The World According to Fannie Davis - Part II: Hey, You Never Know; Chapter 7 Summary & Analysis

Bridgett M. Davis
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Chapter 7 opens with a photo of Fannie and Burt, apparently on an airplane. Bridgett talked about her impressions of her mother. Sales clerks were sometimes condescending and Fannie put them in their place. People adored her and one of Bridgett's friends said it was easy to feel at home and involved at Bridgett's house, even if Bridgett was not at home. Fannie never showed stress over combining her roles in the family, home, and business. She had several close friends, including a woman named Lula who visited almost daily and a woman named Lucille who ran a check-cashing business and sometimes loaned Bridgett money if her cash flow fell short. An important friendship existed between Fannie and Pearl Massey, who was “the only other woman in Detroit known to be a major banker for the Numbers” (Location 2146).

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