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Catherine Kirkpatrick Troxler

Gender: Female

Ethnicity: Caucasian

Biographical/Historical note: Catherine K. "Kay" Troxler was born in Greensboro, North Carolina, the daughter of a Methodist minister. She attended Duke University in the late 1930s, and in 1941 married Dr. Eulyss Robert Troxler. Kay Troxler, a member of West Market Street United Methodist Church, the Greensboro Community Fellowship, and several other progressive civic groups, was active in business and school desegregation efforts in Greensboro in the fifties and sixties.

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Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Kay Troxler by William Chafe
Date: 1973
By: Catherine Kirkpatrick Troxler
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

This transcript of an oral history conducted by William Chafe circa 1973 with Evelyn Troxler primarily documents Ms. Troxler’s involvement in school desegregation in Greensboro in the 1950s and 196...

Item thumbnail image Oral History Interview with Kay Troxler by William Chafe
Date: June 6, 1973
By: Catherine Kirkpatrick Troxler
From: William Henry Chafe Oral History Collection

This transcript of a June 6, 1973, oral history interview conducted by William Chafe with Kay Troxler primarily documents Ms. Troxler’s memories of school desegregation and integration in Greensbor...