Interview with Rufus Lewis
QUESTION 28
INTERVIEWER:

DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW MANY PEOPLE YOU WERE MOVING? OR HOW MANY CARS YOU HAD?

Rufus Lewis:

It's hard for me to try to guess now. An idea—we had, I suppose around twenty-five or thirty cars or more. It's hard to know, because, it my car could be used today at such and such a time, another, and my car may not be able to be used tomorrow at that time, don't you see? In the cars that come in, who volunteer, or put their cars in for service, wouldn't do it, some of them couldn't do it day by day. But they could do it as their conditions permitted time. Therefore, we couldn't say exactly how many cars, because it varies as to the number of cars within the car pool. We had a considerable number, however.