Monthly Archives: May 2012

Alexandria, VA Esther Chapter #23

Alexandria, VA Esther Chapter #23 of Prince Hall Mason Alexandria, Virginia has many African American Civic Organizations. One of the organizations that was established by 20 African American women, was the Esther Chapter of the Prince Hall Mason. Members of … Continue reading

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City of Alexandria, Virginia Public Hearing on Contrabands and Freedmen Cemetery

Memorandum-VDHR-Richmond/Register Program To: Alexandria Gazette Attn: Andrea Smith/ Phone: 703-778-9411 Email: classified@connectionnewspapers.com From: Marc Wagner, Designation Programs Manager, Virginia Department of Historic Resources, (804-482-6099) Email: marc.wagner@dhr.virginia.gov Date: April 27th, 2012 Subject: Notice of Public Hearing for Contrabands and Freedmen Cemetery, … Continue reading

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1945 Parker-Gray High School Teachers and Graduating Class

The Parker-Gray High School year of 1944 – 1945 had one principal and twenty-two teachers. William H. Pitts, Sr. – Principal A.W. Adkins – Math Susie E. Anderson – Biology Arthur W. Bracey – Shop Mary C. Brown – Physical … Continue reading

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