The African-American Business Enterprise established the Miller-Roy building in 1929.
The building housed the Savoy Ballroom. Kirby and Lesli Rambin catch up with Roosevelt Wright about the ballroom's heyday. Wright shares that following the stock market's crash, musical acts at the Savoy helped keep the enterprise district alive.
Renowned names like Louis Armstrong, Billie Holiday, Fats Domino, and Duke Ellington, all performed at the Savoy in Monroe.