Charles E. Coles
Charles E. Coles was an active member of the Republican Party. He was one of the two African-American delegates who formed part of the Cox delegation, which was dismissed from the Luray Convention in 1922. In the 1920's Coles and his sons owned the largest black construction company in Charlottesville.
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