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Behind the Scene of the article “Standing on Historical Land: James E. Henson, Esq.”

Mr. James E. Henson, Sr., has been a very lucky man. His aunt Eleanor McGuire Massie left him her house at 607 South Pitt Street. James and his wife, Ardene moved in the house in 2007. This house stands on … Continue reading

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Saluting One of Our Fallen Vietnam Veterans: Raymond Leroy Williams, Sr.

During the Vietnam War, Alexandria had over fifty veterans that lost their lives in combat; Raymond Leroy Williams, Sr was one of them. Raymond was a 1962 graduate at Parker-Gray High School in Alexandria. He was a popular student who … Continue reading

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1950 Parker-Gray High School Teachers and Graduating Class

The Parker-Gray High School year of 1949 – 1950 had one principal and twenty-six teachers. William H. Pitts, Sr. – Principal Mary Tunstall Adams – Sociology, Social Studies A.W. Adkins – English, English/Math Susie E. Anderson – Science Arthur W. … Continue reading

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1942 Parker-Gray High School Teachers and Graduating Class

The Parker-High School year of 1941 to 1942 had one principal and twenty teachers. William H. Pitts, Sr. – Principal A.W. Adkins – Tenth Grade Susie Anderson – Eighth Grade Ferris Holland – Ninth Grade Louis Johnson – Industrial Arts … Continue reading

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