Interview with Albert Butler, Early California families
Working for Dr. T. E. Shumate's drugstore [00:00]; Dr. T. E. Shumate hiring African Americans [02:04]; Shumate's influence on San Francisco mayor James Rolfe [03:04]; Taking case of champagne to mayor Rolfe [03:55]; Dr. T. E. Shumate and Butler come to defense of Jewish customer harassed by police officer [05:53]; Third Baptist Church in San Francisco [09:00]; Art [11:12]; Letter from California Historical Society re: Alfred J. White [11:57]; Dr. William Whipper Purnell [15:19]; Mayme Netherland [?][16:18]; Victoria Shorey and Capt. William T. Shorey [17:25]; Mary Pleasant [24:08]; Inaudible [27:00]
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