Jan Brommell Holmes Interview
Harper, Zenobia (Interviewer);Crawford, Eric (Interviewer)
Judge Jan Bromell Holmes grew up with her parents, grandparents, and siblings. She attended Plantersville Elementary, Choppee High as well as Fisk University and North Carolina State. She attended Law school and later began her career in family law practice. Bromell Holmes discussed her family’s history in Plantersville and her wishes for the town of Plantersville, South Carolina. This interview was conducted by Eric Crawford and Zenobia Harper in Bromell's courthouse chambers.
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Holmes, Jan Bromell and The Athenaeum Press, "Jan Brommell Holmes Interview" (2021). Plantersville Oral Histories, 2019-2021. 18.