Interview 88a : Longtime Temple employee Horace Warren recalls life at the Alcedo logging camp, at Fastrill, and in Diboll. In this interview with Becky Bailey he reminisces about life as an African American worker in the woods, on the trains, and in the mills. He also talks about recreation, dance halls, cafes, and churches for the African American workers and their families. Mr. Warren mentions Clyde Thompson, Arthur Temple, Jr., and Mr. Burchfield, as well as a tornado that hit Fastrill.
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