Title
An Interview with Harry Barnes, June 8, 2009 [transcript]
Creator
Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.). Lower Roxbury Black History Project (Creator)
Contributor
Barnes, Harry (Interviewee)
Parker, Lolita, Jr. (Interviewer)
Language
English
Date created
June 08, 2009
Type of resource
Text
Genre
Transcripts
Interviews
Format
Digital origin
born digital
Notes
Transcript is unedited.
Abstract/Description
An interview with Harry Barnes (1945-), a retired American basketball player. Born in Youngston, Ohio, Barnes moved to Roxbury when he was nine years old. He played basketball collegiately for the Northeastern University Huskies, then went on to play in the NBA for the San Diego Rockets (1968-69). Barnes describes the impact of the Exquisites, a high school club mentored by Reverend Michael Haynes and Clarence "Jeep" Jones, on his educational prospects and athletic career. This interview was collected as part of Northeastern University's Lower Roxbury Black History Project (2007-2009).
Citation/Reference
An Interview with Harry Barnes, June 8, 2009, Lower Roxbury Black History Project records, 2007-2009 (M165), Archives and Special Collections Department, Northeastern University Libraries, Box 3, EH 1.
Related item
Lower Roxbury Black History Project records (M165)
An Interview with Harry Barnes
Subjects and keywords
Barnes, Harry
African American basketball players -- Massachusetts -- Boston
African American neighborhoods -- Massachusetts -- Boston
African Americans -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Social conditions
Oral history
Roxbury (Boston, Mass.)
African Americans
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Identifier
BarnesHarry_20090608_Transcript
Restriction on access
This interview is unrestricted.
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