The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 103, July 1999 - April, 2000 Page: 90
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Opposite page: Andrew Molo, chauffeur for Ida McFaddin, at the McFaddin beach house
with Ida's grandchildren. From left to right are Rosine, Ida, and Jim McFaddin, c. 1935.
Judith Linsley's article about the African-American domestic employees at the McFaddin-
Ward House in Beaumont begins on page 17 of this issue. Linsley's article and two others
in this issue address the history of African Americans in urban twentieth-century Texas.
Photograph courtesy the McFaddin-Ward House, Beaumont, Texas.
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