A Fine Addition to the Neighborhood


This file appears in: Grant Deming's Forest Hill

Stanley Adelstein remembers the first African American family's move into Forest Hill in the early 1930s. When their white neighbors learned of their purchase, they hired someone to plant a bomb, a fact that Mr. Adelstein finds repugnant. The family did not leave and became what he calls "a fine addition to the neighborhood."


This file appears in: Grant Deming's Forest Hill