The library will be closed
Monday, May 25th
in honor of Memorial Day.
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A SORROWFREE FAMILY
In 1915 or so, Charles and Etta Sorrowfree had a family photograph taken with their six children and various sons- and daughters-in-law.
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Tag Archives: Civil Rights
Charles William Toney was born in LaCrosse, Wisconsin on August 23rd, 1913 to Wilber and Stella Toney. He attended Clinton High School in Clinton, Iowa, and was on the swim team. This led to his first fight for Civil Rights … Continue reading
Cecile Cooper was born April 15, 1900, in Trenton, Missouri. After high school, Ms. Cooper attended the Madam C.J. Walker School of Beauty Culture in Chicago,* and took courses at Bethune-Cookman College, the University of Iowa, and traveled to Paris, … Continue reading