Interview with Georgia Gilmore
QUESTION 19
INTERVIEWER:

WHY WOULD YOU SAY THAT?

Georgia Gilmore:

Because you see they were maids, cooks. And they was the one that really and truly kept the bus running. And after the maids and the cooks stopped riding the bus, well the bus didn't have any need to run, because the majority of the maids was in Cloverdale and Capitol High and Oak Park, and so instead of riding the bus, they would walk. And then they began to form a carpool. And once the carpool began they lost completely interested in the bus. So that's why the bus boycott was a success.