Rev. Albert and Mrs. Eloise Williams

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High school sweethearts, gracious hosts, committed servant leaders, the Reverend and Mrs. Williams, lifetime residents of Chapel Hill, chose to photographed in front of their beautiful home.
Rev. Williams was the first African American firefighter in Chapel Hill. Listen to hear more of his reflections.

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Rev. Albert and Mrs. Eloise Williams

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High school sweethearts, gracious hosts, committed servant leaders, the Reverend and Mrs. Williams, lifetime residents of Chapel Hill, chose to photographed in front of their beautiful home.
Rev. Williams was the first African American firefighter in Chapel Hill. Listen to hear more of his reflections.

Subject

Williams, Albert
WIlliams, Eloise

Type

Still Image

Creator

Marian Cheek Jackson Center

Date

2010-03-24

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JPG

Identifier

FON_IMG_12

Citation

Marian Cheek Jackson Center, “Rev. Albert and Mrs. Eloise Williams,” Marian Cheek Jackson Center Oral History Trust, accessed May 31, 2020, https://archives.jacksoncenter.info/items/show/182.

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