Interview with Harry Briggs, Jr.
QUESTION 3
INTERVIEWER:

YOU WERE TELLING ME ABOUT THE WHITE SCHOOLS. WAS THERE ANYTHING ELSE ABOUT THEM THAT STANDS OUT IN YOUR MIND?

Harry Briggs, Jr.:

The white schools in town was closer. Most of the whites had their own cars. So they would bring their children to school that were not living in town, and where—we had to walk, everything else.