Annewhite Thomas Fuller

Annewhite Thomas Fuller

I was born in Fort Payne, Alabama; then we moved to Huntsville the next year. In the summer of 1963 my family moved to Birmingham and I attended Ramsay High School. In the fall of 1964, I went to Auburn University and stayed there until I started work at the Huntsville-Madison County Public Library in 1970. From Reference, I moved to the Huntsville Heritage Room and stayed there until I retired in July 2011. (41 years if you are counting.) Since retirement, in Huntsville,  I have done some volunteer work, read many books, and worked on my genealogy and local history.

Horrible

In June of 1963, my parents moved our family to Birmingham. I thought this was horrible because I would not graduate with my friends in Huntsville.

In September, I started my senior year at Ramsay and we had a different student in our class. Richard Walker was the only black student at Ramsay. (more…)