Booker T. Washington Exhibit Reception A Success

Booker T. Washington Exhibit Reception A Success
Kenneth Morris, the great grandson of Booker T. Washington (photo by Benoit Malphettes)

Kenneth Morris, the great grandson of Booker T. Washington
(photo by Benoit Malphettes)

Thank you to everyone who attended the reception we hosted in conjunction with The Mission Inn Museum. A special thank you to Museum Director Steve Spiller, Dr. Norman Towels, Assembly member Cheryl Brown, Councilman Mike Gardner, and Kenneth Morris, Jr.

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