Project SummaryInterviewee Margaret Storey discusses life during the late 1800s and early 1900s, including her childhood, education, and various jobs. She describes everyday life growing up in Talladega, AL, including her friends, racial discrimination, technological advancements, and visits to the local drug store and theater. She attended Randolph-Macon College where she majored in physical education, and later continued her education at New York University. Storey talks about her work for the Office of School and Camp Specialists in NY, the Alabama Institute for the Deaf, and the Alabama public school system. She also focuses on her family history, from telling stories of her ancestors who fought in the Civil War to recalling memories of her immediate family.