Streets in Jefferson in "That Evening Sun"

The narrator describes the modernization of Jefferson's streets in the fifteen years that have elapsed since the events it will treat in the story.

Unnamed Negro Washing Women

Negro women who used to carry laundry in bundles on their heads now fetch and deliver it in automobiles or have lost their jobs to commercial laundry services.

"That Evening Sun", 289 (Event)


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