Presenting Part II of the East End Oral History Project

We had the great pleasure of speaking with Alice N. Wooldridge in her Henrico Co. home in March. She talks about moving from Charles City to the big city, about cross burnings and colorism, and most of all about her family, including her uncle Edgar, a WWI veteran, and her great-grandmother, Alice A. (Wood) Wooldridge, her namesake, both of whom are buried at East End Cemetery.

Click here to watch the first installment of the East End Oral History Project, an extended interview with Thomas A. Taylor, who has been tending his family plot for decades.

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