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  • Collection: Floy Givhan

In this newspaper clipping from Floy’s stepmother’s newspaper clippings, Reverend Lonnie Flowers receives The Million Dollar Award for donating $1,000 or more to the NAACP.

This newspaper clipping discusses the renovation of the Fairbanks Flats.

Floy’s son Mark Givhan was honored for his work with the South Beloit Fire Department.

This newspaper article features the restaurant owned by Floy’s father and stepmother.

This document, a scan of a flyer for the 1992 Cameron Connection family reunion, features a photo of the family matriarch, Catherine “Grandma Kitty” Cameron. This woman, Floy’s father’s grandmother, had seven children as well as many grandchildren…

Floy’s father, Robert Givhan, worked in the Fairbanks Morse foundry for thirty years after coming North from Mississippi in the 1930s.

These three cousins have a unique thing they share: their name! All three were named Floy Givhan.

Burdge Elementary on Olympian Blvd, where Floy attended school.

Left to right: Floy Gihvan, her brother Clauzell Givhan, and their cousin Roberta Foster standing on a bridge in New Albany, Mississippi, their family’s hometown.
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