Personal data for Shirley Edmond


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Personal data for Shirley Edmond
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United States of America
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United States of America
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Born in Las Vegas, Edmond was the first African American woman in Southern Nevada promoted by the United States Post Office to be a supervisor. Edmond describes growing up in the Westside neighborhood of Las Vegas as the daughter of a local preacher. She shares memories of community stores, neighborhood landmarks, and her work at the Post Office and Matt Kelly Elementary School. Edmond's husband, Mackie, also contributes to the interview. Collection items for Shirley Edmond include: interview transcript; audio clip.
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Link to Interview Audio Clip
CT247 .E35 2007
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