Interview with Jerry Hall

Cultural Narrative: 

Jerry Hall was born in 1939 and was raised by his parents. He attended Mineral Elementary School and Louisa County High School. He had a variety of jobs, including working as a truck driver and as an assessor for the state and local governments. During the interview, Mr. Hall reflects on what Mineral was like in the 1950s and societal and technological changes he has experienced. He also discusses the ways segregation played a role in his community and how the small size of the community made people of different races come together.