Arlington, Civil Rights, Leesburg, NAACP
Arlington, E. B. Henderson, Leesburg, NAACP
1940s, Arlington, Covenants, Discrimination, E. B. Henderson, Employment, Federal Employment, Hallâ€™s Hill, Highview Park, J. E. Hoover, Jim Crow, KKK, Luther Jackson High School, lynching, Manassas Industrial School, Mr. Tinner, NAACP, Prairie View University, Racism, Rev. Costner, School Desegregation, Second Baptist Church, Segregation, State Theater, Stratford High School, Thurgood Marshall, Tinner Hill
: â€œNellieâ€ Henderson, Alan Saunders, Arlington, Beauticians, Beer Garden, Boy Scouts, Daniel Richards, E. B. Henderson, Education, Entertainment, Falls Church Colored School, Federal Employment, Footes, Galloway Baptist Church, Girl Scouts, Gum Springs, Hallsâ€™ Hill, Hillwood Avenue, Howard Theater, Judy Hudson, Korean War, Lincoln Theater, Manassas Industrial School, Margaret Sipio, Mrs. Hudson, Mrs. Sauders, Ms. Hendersonâ€™s Store, Ollie Tinner, Rev. Costner, Segregation, Shreve Street, Sipio Lane, Sports, State Theater, Transportation, U Street, Virginia Training School, Washington D.C. Reublic Theater, Williams Deskins
A collaborative project between: African and African American Studies, George Mason University, and the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation. Funding was provided in part by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
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