Jewel Murphy Kirkland interview, 2017

Jewel Murphy-Kirkland describes her life in the Moreland neighborhood, including the neighborhood, proximity of shops to their home, the help the city provided to homeowners, the importance of East View Church, and her work as a nurse practitioner.

Participants: Kirkland, Jewel Murphy (interviewee) / Dawson, Virginia (interviewer)
Collection: Moreland History Project
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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Moreland History Project

Interviews in this series were conducted by Shaker residents in partnership with the City of Shaker Heights as part of a Moreland History project in 2017. Interviews took place at the Shaker Main Library. For more information about the Moreland neighborhood visit: shakerlibrary.org/local-history/research/moreland-neighborhood-history.