Johnny Clark Interview
Harper, Zenobia (Interviewer)
Johnny Clark spent his childhood with his grandparents at Nightingale Plantation. Throughout his years, he worked at Graham’s industry and owned a number of night clubs, all located in Plantersville, South Carolina. Clark spoke about his family history and made known that he is married to his wife with whom he has three children. This interview took place in May 2021, and it was conducted by Zenobia Harper. This meeting was conducted in Clark’s home, Friendship Saint Mary AME Church in Plantersville.
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Clark, Johnny and The Athenaeum Press, "Johnny Clark Interview" (2021). Plantersville Oral Histories, 2019-2021. 25.