OP64 -Taitt, Donald; Gray, Sonia Elaine; Davis, Elizabeth; Hamilton, Charles

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2010-07-08T16:54:41Z, 9/20/1991 - 9/24/1991
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Robert Taitt (66) was born in Barbados in 1924 but grew up in Guyana. He first came to the United States in 1943 (aged 19) as a recruit with the West Indian contingent in the British Royal Air Force and later returned in 1951. Sonia Elaine Gray, Jamaican, a licensed practicing dentist, has lived in New York since 1978. Elizabeth Davis, a sixty-three year old Jamaican, has been living in the United States for twenty three years, Charles Hamilton, aged 67, formerly of Guyana, has been living in New York since 1947. He has worked in the taxi cab business and as an assistant manager with a shipping/marketing firm.
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This resource is available for research. It is the property of the West Indiana and Special Collections Division, The Alma Jordan Library, The University of the West Indies, St. Augustine Campus.
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Race Relations, Business Administration: New York, Guyana Bauxite Company, Taxi Cab: New York, West Indians: New York, Guyana, British South Caribbean Army, Afro-Americans, New York, Harlem Hospital, Adult Education: New York, African Diaspora, Social Work: New York, Women, Prison Officers, Immigrants, Jamaicans, Black Americans, West Indians
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