Tape 1: Samuel R. Browne, who, in 1936, became one of the first three black secondary school music teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District, interviewed by Bette Yarbrough Cox. Tape 2: Images accompanying Samuel R. Brown interview. Part of Cox's Black Experience as Expressed through Music (BEEM) series, Musical Heroes and Heroines in the Black Community of Southern California.
Interviewer: Cox, Bette Yarbrough Interviewee: Browne, Samuel R. (Samuel Rodney), 1908-1991
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