Oral history interview with Esther Mabry
Oral history interview with noted businesswoman and club owner Esther Mabry discussing her childhood in Palestine, Texas, moving to Oakland, California during World War II, her restaurant and night club Esther's Orbit Room, and changes in West Oakland.
Written on front of tape: AAM/L COALITION'S 2002 ETERNAL VOICES HISTORIAN ESTHER MABRY 81 YRS ESTHERS ORBIT ROOM
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