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The Story Of The Wilmington 10

Larry Thomas's 1978 interviews on The Wilmington Ten Incident of 1971 (Tim Tyson Papers)

Tim Tyson Papers (UNC-Chapel Hill)

Audiocassette C-5246/29

Larry Thomas tapes: Koko Nantambu, Tape #20, by Thomas, Wilmington, N.C., 15 May 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/29

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/30

Larry Thomas tapes: Elijah Richardson, Tape #54, by Thomas, Wilmington, N.C., 17 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/30

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/31

Larry Thomas tapes: Mrs. Donald Templeton, Tape #45A and B, by Thomas, West New York, N.J., 28 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/31

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/44

Larry Thomas tapes: Eugene Templeton, Tape #47, with Larry Thomas, 1 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/44

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/32-33

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #14, 22, 23, 24, "JJ," "JHG," "AJ," and "RB," 13-17 May 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/32-33

Cassettes, 90 minutes

C-5246/32

C-5246/33

Audiocassette C-5246/34

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #34, 23 June 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/34

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/35a-35b

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #39, by Thomas, Wilmington, N.C., 9 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/35a-35b

Cassette, 90 minutes - 2 copies

Audiocassette C-5246/36

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #44, 20 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/36

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/37

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #49, 8 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/37

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/38

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #55, 21 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/38

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/45

Larry Thomas tapes: Black Man/Black Woman, Tape #33, 18-19 June 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/45

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/46

Larry Thomas tapes: "Brother P" with Larry Thomas, Tape #38, 5 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/46

Cassette, 90 minutes

"Brother P" is a black man, a participant in the riots in 1968 after MLK assassination and events of 1971, too.

Audiocassette C-5246/47

Larry Thomas tapes: "Bro T" with Larry Thomas, Tape #56, 22 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/47

Cassette, 90 minutes

"Bro T", non-student living in Wilmington, N. C., 1968-1971.

Audiocassette C-5246/48

Larry Thomas tapes: "Mrs. B" by Thomas, West New York, N.J.,Tape #45B and 46A, 28 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/48

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/50

Larry Thomas tapes: "Leader" of the 1968 riot, with Larry Thomas, Tape #35, 29 June 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/50

Cassette, 90 minutes

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Thanks Larry,

                       This may be the most important post to date. 

 

You're more than welcome, my good brother.  Incidentally, the fifth entry (C-5246/3233) (Tapes 14, 22, 23, 24)

contains interviews with (JJ) the late Jerry Jacobs, one of the Ten, and (JHG) your former brother-in-law, John

Henry Green III, one of my classmates, a childhood friend and a life-long Wilmington resident.  These cassettes

are all in a shoebox (the same one I gave Tim Tyson in 1992) now located in the closet of my study here in Chapel Hill, North Carolina.  Peace and love!

By any chance do you have on tape the interveiw you did of my mama you spoke about doing in 1978? I am still learning even now that our mama's always know more than us. It was only a few short months ago that my mama ask her grandson Simon had he ever thouhgt of writing a book that she had alot of writings and poetry. I think she knew her time was near even though I refused to see it. If you ever do a follow up to your other two great books you are welcomed to it. It made me sad to read in your last page of your book that Anne sheppard and Reginald Epps were never heard from again. Please let people know that she had gotten into an abusive marriage and was even attacked and beaten by a man who recognized her as being a member of the Wilmington 10. She moved several times to different cities, and remarried to escape an abussive relationship but not to deny apart of what she was. In her writings she she described it just like Ben she said she wore it as a badge of honor.

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