Sue Myrick and her siblings recorded many events of their time, and these stories and essays reveal another face of the social interaction between blacks and whites of the South in the first half of the twentieth century.

     Her sister, Lillas wrote of her ventures into the courthouse and about how “connections” kept the guilty from prosecution, and of juries who decided cases without regard to the evidence and on the basis of “who is who.”.

    Her other sister, Allie countered a challenge from a new friend in New York who asked her why the whites in the South hated the blacks.

    And Sue’s short story reveals the heartache of a common law wife excluded from her husband’s funeral because of racial prejudice.

    “Tippie” wrote down the games she played with her children and grandchildren—games forgotten in the twenty-first century.

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