Today in History… is the 160th birthday of our namesake, Alonzo Franklin Herndon. Born into slavery on June 26, 1858 in Social Circle Georgia, Mr.
Black History Month Herndon Celebration series See below for details on the Herndon Home Museum 2018 Black history Series. For questions or reservations call 404.581.9813
The 2018 Phoenix Flies: A Celebration of Atlanta’s Historic Sites is returning for a 15th year! The Atlanta Preservation Center 327 St. Paul Avenue SE,
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE January 2018 Museum Contact: Julissa Smith, Managing Director Phone: 404.581.9813 Email: email@example.com FAIC Contact: Tiffani Emig Phone: 202-750-3346 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org HERNDON
MURAL SALUTES THE MISSING HISTORIES OF ADRIENNE McNEIL HERNDON AND WESTSIDE ATLANTA FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACTS: Deisha Millar, Bang! Arts Media Deisha@bangarts.com 404-663-3833 January 9, 2018
Georgia Civil Rights Trail Expands with Dedication of Alonzo Herndon Historical Marker – Press Release
Atlanta, Ga., October 27, 2017 – The Georgia Historical Society unveiled a new historical marker as part of the Georgia Civil Rights Trail this week recognizing Alonzo
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