“Mrs. McCray did not keep up with the politics of her time but remembers hearing     about Joe Gibbs, member of the Florida Legislature. There was much talk then     of Booker T. Washington, and many thought him a fool for trying to start a     school in Alabama for Negroes. She recalls the Negro poet master who served     two or three terms at Madison. She could not give his name.



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