Tag Archives: Alexandria VA

Star Cab: Alexandria, Virginia First African American Cab Company

The picture in the blog banner is a picture of three men who owned their cabs and drove for “Star Cab Company” during the 1940s and 1950s. These men were Mr. Ike Marshall, Mr. Clarence McKenney, Sr., and Mr. Norman … Continue reading

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Announcing a New Blog

A new blog is available for the authors of a new book “African Americans of Alexandria, Virginia: Beacons of Light in the Twentieth Century.” Please visit their blog at http://www.changeagents818.wordpress.com. Click on the different sections About, Contact Us, and Calendar … Continue reading

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Urgent Call to Save Carver Nursey School – William Thomas Post #129

  The Carver Nursery School could be demolished as soon as the month of February if the community does not intervene. The school was constructed during World War II through an Act of Congress to fund nursery schools so that … Continue reading

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Alexandria African American World War I Draft Registrations – Part 5: “G”

The list below is the African American Alexandrians with the “G” surname. Gaddis, Albert L – born February 5, 1883 Gaddis, George Robert – born August 13, 1873 Gaddis, Henry – born June 10, 1875 Gaddis, Thomas William – born … Continue reading

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