My father's world : parables from the Red Star Grocery /

Main Author: Rutland, Marah Wanda.
Format: Book
Language: English
Published: [Charleston, S.C. : The Author?], 2006.
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962 |a Author shares her impressions of the small, credit grocery store her parents operated in East Glencoe, a working-class, interracial neighborhood in Columbia, S.C., in the mid-20th century. The store once was located on the corner of Green and Lincoln Streets. The University of South Carolina took over the neighborhood, also known as Ward One, and razed the properties in the 1970s as the campus expanded to the West.  |9 LOCAL 
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