African American women

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Mrs. Butler is one of Mammoth Life Insurance Company's vice presidents as well as its secretary. She discusses her career and memories of her father, Henry E. Hall, who was one of the founders of the company. She also discusses the Walnut Street black business district and Mammoth Life's building there before the 1965 Urban Renewal program.
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Ms. Hickman discusses her personal experiences as a black woman in Louisville. She describes her home life, education, and the jobs she held to support her family.
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Sales is an African American poet who lived in Louisville at the time of her interview. She was interviewed about her views on the women's movement and how she sees its relation black women. She viewed job opportunity as greater for black women than black men and that this results in women being heads of families.