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Wednesday, June 19, 2019
 
 
Author Charlotte Bronte Perry poses with her book The Long Road, Photo Courtesy of the Windsor Star 1967.
  Charlotte Bronte Perry was born in Virginia and worked in the field of journalism in Los Angeles, Detroit and Windsor. Charlotte married Dr. Roy Perry a Windsor dentist and together the Perrys were prominent socialites. They hosted many events and entertained such illustrious guests as Dorothy Dandridge.

In 1967 Charlotte Bronte Perry wrote The Long Road – The History of the Coloured Canadian in Windsor, Ontario 1867-1967. This text has become a very

  useful resource which has preserved early recollections
of the African Canadian community in Windsor. In 1982 Perry wrote One Man’s Journey: The Biography of Alderman Dr. Roy Prince Edward Perry which chronicles the her husbands life and success.
 
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