Interview with Fannie Jordan, July 12, 2013
Collection: I. Georgia Narratives
Fannie Jordan discusses being born in Athens on Hull Street in 1922 and subsequently moving to Church Street, Finley Street, and Hancock Street. She reflects on playing basketball in school and attending a two-story school on Finley and Reese Street. Jordan recalls spending her time skating and participating in Girl Scouts. She comments on the neighborhood being connected like a family and describes how her house has changed since she’s lived in it. Jordan discusses her two marriages, her experience in Athens during the Civil Rights Movement, and her time attending West Broad Street School.
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Fannie Jordan, Renee Donnell, and Laura Dovekot, “Interview with Fannie Jordan, July 12, 2013,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed September 27, 2020, http://russelllibraryoralhistory.org/items/show/1407.