Author: Stenographic Notes by Jane Greenhough
Source: Record Changer, October 1947, pages 5-6 & 13
“EVERYBODY in the South has a nickname or initial. I was called “T-Bow” but thepeople got it mixed up with “T-Bone.” My name is Aaron Walker but “T-Bone” is catchy, people remember it. My auntie gave it to me when I was a kid. Mother’s mother was a Cherokee Indian full blooded. There were sixteen girls and two boys in my mother’s family, all dead but two”.
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