Interview with Linda Fuller Degelmann, December 4, 2013

Collection: First Person Project

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Description

Linda Fuller Degelmann was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1941. While in her thirties, Degelmann moved to Americus, Georgia with her husband Millard Fuller and their three children. While in Americus, Degelmann lived on Koinonia Farms before she eventually founded Habitat for Humanity, and later the Fuller Center for Housing, with her husband. In this interview, Degelmann talks about her time at Koinonia Farms, the integration of Sumter County, leaving Habitat for Humanity, and starting The Fuller Center for Housing.


This interview is part of the Americus, Georgia series.

Date

2013-12-04

Identifier

RBRL324FPP-0028

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Duration

54 minutes

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Citation

Linda Fuller Degelmann and Angie Singletary, “Interview with Linda Fuller Degelmann, December 4, 2013,” UGA Special Collections Libraries Oral Histories, accessed May 25, 2024, https://georgiaoralhistory.libs.uga.edu/RBRL324FPP/RBRL324FPP-0028.

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