Brown and Barlow's Project Gratis
In "Problems of Art," this is a Los Angeles law firm.
Dillingham Automotives, Inc.
In "The Story of a Dead Man," this is the Atlanta-based, white-owned company that employs Billy Renfro to track down blacks who default on their car loans.
In "Just Enough for the City," these are proselytizers who pretend to be humble and choose their words carefully.
In "Just Enough for the City," this becomes the anonymous narrator's lunch place after his favorite waitress in another restaurant is unfairly fired.
In "The Story of a Dead Man" this is where Billy Renfro claims to have lost his left eye fighting a redneck.
The Progressive Association of Greater Watts
In "Widows and Orphans," this is the organization holding a banquet honoring Clair Richards.
The Redeemer's Friends
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