Abstract

Dyeatra Williams grew up in Cleveland and attended Camp Mueller during the early 1950s. Dyeatra also attended Camp Hiram House. Her two younger brothers also attended camp with her after her first year. Dyeatra discusses the positive impact camp had on her life and the how she feels every child should have the same opportunity to go to camp as she had. Dyeatra's family owns a pest control business that has a long standing in the community. She recounts working at the family business on the weekends and during the summer when she wasn't at camp. Dyeatra also sent her son to camp and feels it had a positive impact on his life as well.

Creator

Williams, Dyeatra (interviewee)

Creator

Epps, Michelle (interviewer)

Project

Phillis Wheatley Association

Date

5-7-2010

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

41 minutes

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