Interview with Virginia Durr
QUESTION 17
INTERVIEWER:

THAT'S EXACTLY TRUE. NOW DIDN'T THE BOYCOTT HURT THE CITY? I MEAN THESE PEOPLE WHO DIDN'T WANT TO CHANGE NOW WEREN'T THEY THE MERCHANTS BEING HURT FINANCIALLY?

Virginia Durr:

Well, uh, they were hurt and uh, the uh, they began to get a lot of pressure from Washington and uh, one of the people named, named Red Blunt was the uh, Postmaster General and uh, he uh, got all the business in together one Sunday afternoon I remember and he told them it was hurting the city and uh, at least we had very little violence.