Mary Lohr

OH 0722

Community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Segregation in Denton; street paving in the African-American section of Denton; Denton Christian Preschool; desegregation of public schools; meeting activities; social activities; comments about former president of North Texas State University, John Kamerick; comments about former NTSU poet-in-residence, B. F.

OH 0730

Community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the l960s and l970s.

OH 0718

Community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship in the 1960s and 1970s. Educational experiences in segregated schools; living conditions in the African-American section of Denton; joining the Fellowship; Denton Christian Preschool; desegregation of Denton schools; early meetings of Fellowship; desegregation of public facilities; segregation in Denton; Denton churches and integration; job opportunities; personal employment experiences; role of African-American churches; lasting perceptions of the Fellowship; public housing.

OH 0711

Teacher, community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Early organization and social activities; integration of public schools; desegregation of public eating places; establishment of Denton Christian Preschool; street paving in the African-American section of Denton; voter registration; meeting programs; evolving nature of membership; desegregation of housing; intangible accomplishments of the group.

OH 0728

Homemaker, community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Early experiences in segregated society; segregation and racism in Denton, Texas; early meetings of the Fellowship; social activities of the Fellowship; street paving in the African-American section of Denton; urban renewal; integration of neighborhoods; desegregation of Denton public schools; tutoring program; desegregation of public facilities in Denton; political activities.

OH 0737

Community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Decision to join the Fellowship; conditions in the African-American section of Denton; early Fellowship meetings; desegregation of public facilities; street paving in the African-American section of Denton; Fred Moore Day School; desegregation of public schools; evolving nature of the Fellowship in the 1970s; Denton Christian Preschool; lasting friendships; defeat of urban renewal referendums; thoughts on lasting contributions of the Fellowship.

OH 0706

Realtor, community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Early organization and social activities; desegregation of public places in Denton; desegregation of housing in Denton; desegregation of public schools; tutoring program and Denton Christian Preschool; street paving in the African-American section of Denton; urban renewal; evolving nature of the group.

OH 0739

Community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Life in A segregated society; decision to join the Fellowship; early meetings; voter registration drives; street paving in African-American section of Denton; social activities of Fellowship; desegregation of public schools; tutoring program; activities of African-American churches.

OH 0707

College professor, community activist. Her experiences concerning the activities of the Denton Christian Women’s Inter-Racial Fellowship during the 1960s and 1970s. Early organization and social activities; early experiences with discrimination; Denton power structure; desegregation of public facilities; group’s first meeting; tutoring program; desegregation of public schools; political activities; urban renewal; street paving in the African-American section of Denton; evolving nature of the group; lasting impacts.