Title
Transcript of interview with Del Brook Binns, December 5, 2008
Creator
Parker, Lolita, Jr. (Interviewer)
Contributor
Binns, Del Brook (Interviewee)
Northeastern University (Boston, Mass.) (Associated name)
Language
English
Date created
December 05, 2008
Type of resource
Text
Genre
Transcripts
Format
Digital origin
born digital
Notes
This transcript has been edited.
Abstract/Description
An interview with Del Brook Binns (1928-), a photographer who captured the people, places, and lives of Lower Roxbury. Binns talks about his early childhood memories of the neighborhood: helping his father, Hurrban H. Binns, in his grocery store; delivering "The Afro-American" newspaper and "Liberty" magazines as a newsboy; and attending the informal meetings of the Professional Businessmen's Club in Shag Taylor's drugstore. This interview was collected as part of Northeastern University's Lower Roxbury Black History Project (2007-2009).
Citation/Reference
Transcript of interview with Del Brook Binns, December 5, 2008, Lower Roxbury Black History Project records, 2007-2009 (M165), Archives and Special Collections Department, Northeastern University Libraries, EH1.
Related item
Lower Roxbury Black History Project records (M165)
An interview with Del Brook Binns
Subjects and keywords
Binns, Del Brook
African American neighborhoods -- Massachusetts -- Boston
African American youth -- Massachusetts -- Boston
African Americans -- Massachusetts -- Boston -- Social conditions
Roxbury (Boston, Mass.)
UASC identifier
BinnsDelBrook_20081205_Transcript
Permanent URL
Location
Northeastern University Library
Archives and Special Collections (M165)
Restriction on access
This interview is unrestricted.
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