"We Cannot Walk Alone:" Images and History of the African-American Community.
Lafayette County, Mississippi. An "Open Doors Exhibition." April through August 2003.






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C.B. Webb
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Clifton Bondurant Webb began work on the University of Mississippi campus at the age of thirteen during the 1910s. He worked at the University for 56 years as a baker creating cakes and bread. Webb was active in a wide variety of community affairs including the Masons and St. Paul C.M.E. Church.

As a Board Member of the Oxford Housing Development Commission, Webb was interested in improving African-American housing in Oxford at affordable rates. He was instrumental in providing public housing to the community. Today, the C.B. Webb Housing Complex is named after him."

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