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dc.contributorScott, Thomas Allan (1943- )
dc.contributor.authorLutz, Jay
dc.contributor.otherGrogan, Reece (1970- )
dc.coverage.spatialMarietta, Georgia
dc.coverage.spatialCobb County
dc.identifier.citationInterview with Reece Grogan transcript, 2009-11-09, Cobb NAACP/Civil Rights series, 2009-2010, Kennesaw State University Oral History Project, 1973- , KSU/45/05/001, Kennesaw State University Archives.
dc.descriptionReece Grogan was born in New York City and moved with his family to Marietta, Georgia, in 1971 or 1972. He is the youngest son of community activist, Hugh Grogan, Jr., who was the first African American elected to the Marietta City Council. Hugh Grogan represented Ward 5 and won the seat after successfully challenging redistricting in the case, Grogan v. Hunter. At the time of the interview, Reece Grogan lived in Atlanta, Georgia. His brother is Hugh Grogan, III.
dc.publisherKennesaw State University Archives
dc.rightsThe digital reproductions on this site are provided for research consultation and scholarly purposes only. To request permission to publish, reproduce, publicly display, broadcast, or distribute this material in any format outside of fair use please contact the Kennesaw State University Archives.
dc.subjectGrogan, Hugh Lewis (1937- )
dc.subjectGrogan, Reece (1970- )
dc.subjectMarietta (Ga.) -- Politics and government -- History.
dc.subjectNational Association for the Advancement of Colored People. Cobb County Branch -- History.
dc.titleInterview with Reece Grogan transcript

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    Oral histories pertaining to the African American experience
  • Cobb NAACP/Civil Rights Oral History Series
    The Cobb NAACP/Civil Rights Series consists of forty-one oral history interviews done with a variety of people across Cobb County. The purpose of the project is to collect personal experiences of people with the Cobb County Branch and its predecessor, the Marietta Branch, of the NAACP, as well as the Civil Rights movement in Cobb County, Georgia.

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