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Interview with William McDowell

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Reid, Tristan

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William McDowell grew up in Canton, NC and attended Reynolds School. The local segregated institution insisted on excellence from its student body and taught first through twelfth grade. According to the businessman and community activist, the school was approximately “500 yards” from his childhood home. The institution made a profound impact on his life then and continues to today. As the main benefactor, McDowell is in the process of renovating the school that closed in 1966-67, with plans to transform it into a community center.
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Sound
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Sound Recordingstranscripts00:22:03 (Sound Recording)7 Pages (Transcript)
Contributors:
McDowell, William
Created Date:
2017 04 21
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All rights reserved. For permissions, contact Hunter Library Special Collections, Western Carolina U, Cullowhee, NC 28723;
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Western Carolina University - Oral histories

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Western Carolina University

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North Carolina Digital Heritage Center