Interview with A.G. Gaston
QUESTION 3
INTERVIEWER:

HOW SO?

A. G. Gaston:

There were no uh, conveniences, public conveniences available to black people, on equal basis, um, quite a bit of unemployment; you can understand the segregated job situations. They had jobs for whites and jobs for blacks, and so forth. Those were the conditions that uh, many of the black folks came through, and some of them survived, and made a little money.