Carr's Beach remembered

Eugenia Collier, 83, grew up in Baltimore and remembers going to Carr's Beach, which was the only place where African Americans could go to the beach in the era of segregation. Here, she sits in her apartment at Charlestown, holding a doll which was made by a daughter-in-law.

( Baltimore Sun photo by Barbara Haddock Taylor / October 12, 2011 )

Eugenia Collier, 83, grew up in Baltimore and remembers going to Carr's Beach, which was the only place where African Americans could go to the beach in the era of segregation. Here, she sits in her apartment at Charlestown, holding a doll which was made by a daughter-in-law.

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