Interview with Thomas R. Waring
QUESTION 14
INTERVIEWER:

DO YOU REMEMBER THE FARMVILL CASE? COULD YOU TELL – DO YOU REMEMBER ANYTHING ABOUT THAT?

Thomas R. Waring:

I remember that at Farmville, Virginia, the vicinity was known as southside Virginia, uh, in the vicinity of Farmville, the – a school system, whether it was a county, or a district, or what, I don't remember, but something did shut down, and there was no school there at all. And the white people sent their children to private schools, which were hastily organized. But that was not a general situation throughout the South. It was a, it was an exceptional case.