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Anne Steele oral history interview, 2015 April 11

 Digital Record
Identifier: CH-ST0032


  • Creation: 2015-04-11


Anne Steele recalls initially moving to the Historic Washington Heights community in Charlotte North Carolina to provide assistance to her aging aunt in the 1990s. Thinking about the twenty years she has spent living in the neighborhood, she remembers spending time at the Excelsior Club with friends and family. Today, she spends a large amount of time taking care of her grandson and taking him to explore the city's parks and museums. She discusses the construction of Habitat for Humanity homes in Washington Heights and how the residents of those homes have become a part of the community. At the end of the interview, she states that if she were to ever move, she would look for a neighborhood just like Washington Heights, because of its close knit community atmosphere.


14 Minutes

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Part of the Oral Histories, J. Murrey Atkins Library Special Collections and University Archives, UNC Charlotte Repository

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