Rev. Dr. Earl Williams, Jr., Biography

Thomasville CNS.TV presents: “Thomasville Today”, Rev. Dr. Earl Williams, Jr. interview: Earl Williams in profile by Latoya Crawford. “Williams’ life is one of many firsts”. Former Mayor, Rev. Dr. Earl Williams, Jr.—Thomasville, Ga., First Black Mayor elected in 1986-1989. He is the First Black City Commissioner in 1982. Mayor Williams was first Black principal at Thomas County Central Middle School

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Annual Report 2013-2014

JACK HADLEY BLACK HISTORY MEMORABILIA, INC. Thomasville, Georgia 2013 ANNUAL REPORT AND ACTION PLAN 2014 “HONORING THE PAST, CELEBRATING THE PRESENT Of AFRICAN AMERICAN ACHIEVERS AND PIONEERS” Jack Hadley Black History Museum 214 Alexander Street Thomasville, Georgia 31792 Black Americans Collecting History, “It’s Educational” Jack Hadley Black History Museum 214 Alexander St. Thomasville, Georgia Board Members and Museum Staff: January

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Black Heritage Trail Tour Guide

In an effort to increase public awareness of the many contributions of African-america to Thomasville’s history, it gives me great pleasure to introduce to to you the Thomasville Black Heritage Trail Tour Guide. You will find this reprinted tour guide interesting and a ready reference to the landmark sites representing Black contributions to our city’s heritage. click image below to

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