Interview with Daisy Nunley
QUESTION 3
SHEILA C. BERNARD:

What was 12th street like

DAISY NUNLEY:

Oh, 12th street in the early 60s was a very exiting street, it had ah, a lot of places to eat, it had night clubs--

SAM POLLARD:

Can you start over again, there was noise.

DAISY NUNLEY:

OK, in the early 60s 12th Street was a very exciting street because they had night clubs, they had restaurants, they had shops there, and ah, especially there was especially place there called Klein Show Bar and some of the Jazz musicians played there. Especially Yusef Lateef, I remember hearing him there for the first time. And then there was a friend of ours who was a saxophonist, and we would go there to hear him play. And, ah it was just an exciting to be, and one place in particular that was Hughes Barbeque, and I remember that because they had the best, the best Barbeque in Detroit at that time, was a Hughes on 12th street.

SHEILA C. BERNARD:

OK, Cut