H. Warren Buckler interview
Humphrey Warren Buckler, Jr. (1906-1984) was a practicing lawyer and Councilman for the Fifth District of Baltimore City, Maryland. He worked for the Citizen’s Planning and Housing Association, first as a volunteer and then ultimately as President. In this oral history interview, Buckler discusses his work in advocating for urban development and housing support for low-income families within Baltimore City, and his personal involvement with picketing at Ford's and Lyric Theatres. He expands upon how this work brought him into frequent contact with important figures such as Peggy Waxter, Juanita Jackson Mitchell, Theodore McKeldin, and Verda Welcome.