Interview with Clory Bryan
QUESTION 5
JUDY RICHARDSON:

How was housing different from what you found as a Black family moving in from what White people had in Chicago at that time?

CLORY BRYANT:

Well most Blacks lived in kitchenette apartments. And these apartments were, normally what Whites had, were six room flats. And when Blacks took over that, those communities, they became apartments about four to each flat. Ah cut up apartments and ah you had to share a common kitchen between four different families.

JUDY RICHARDSON:

Cut just a second. If there's a way that you can say--