Abstract

In this 2012 interview, Emilie Barnett describes her Shaker experience. Wife of Irving Barnett, she began getting involved with the Ludlow Community Association from the very beginning, collaborating with notable Ludlow activists like Drew and Fran King. She describes the neighborhood dinners and meetings that predated the LCA, which eventually became the foundation for the Ludlow integration movement. She tells stories of the many events and fundraisers that occurred in Ludlow and in Shaker as a whole, and brings a very personal vibe to this oral history. Mrs. Barnett also describes some of the more tense situations in Ludlow, and ends with her life after Shaker, and how Ludlow molded her entire outlook on life.

Creator

Barnett, Emilie (Interviewee)

Creator

Halligan-Taylor, Gabriela (Interviewer)

Project

Shaker Heights Centennial

Date

6-8-2012

Document Type

Oral History

Duration

38 minutes

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