Almo Enloe:
And we had books, I remember, we didn't have a whole lot of new books. Some of them got new books and by not being integration, you know, we got books that the white schools had used. You'd get a book and it had so many people's names on there that had had the book before you. But we still had to wrap those books in brown paper bag, or newspaper. Keep those books and then turn them in at the end of the year and just start all over.

- Alma Enloe, West Charlotte High School, Class of 1965

Interview with Alma Enloe by Pamela Grundy, May 18, 1998, Interview K-0167, in the Southern Oral History Program Collection, Southern Historical Collection, Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Full text of interview.