Marian Morton interview, 01 July 2013

Marian Morton is a professor at John Carroll University. She has lived in Cleveland Heights since the early 1960s. She wrote a book on Cleveland Heights history and has done photograph books for Cleveland Heights and Shaker Heights as well. She does not have a strong personal recollection of what was going on in the city and only discovered much of the state of race relations and integration through her later research.

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