The words “Colored Waiting Room” carved in stone above the Terminal Station’s left portico, were covered by a sign when the building was purchased by Georgia Power. The sign was removed when the city of Macon bought the building.
The words “Colored Waiting Room” carved in stone above the Terminal Station’s left portico, were covered by a sign when the building was purchased by Georgia Power. The sign was removed when the city of Macon bought the building. Charles E. Richardson The Telegraph
The words “Colored Waiting Room” carved in stone above the Terminal Station’s left portico, were covered by a sign when the building was purchased by Georgia Power. The sign was removed when the city of Macon bought the building. Charles E. Richardson The Telegraph

Where will it stop? Statues and statutes

August 18, 2017 06:42 PM

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