• Battle of Atlanta Commemoration Event

    Community leader and former Atlanta school board member Ina Evans found out some very interesting things about her family history as it related to the Civil War.  And it wasn’t what she expected. On Saturday, July 21st at The Battle of Atlanta Commemoration experience history up close and personal.  Come

  • The Alonzo F. Herndon Home Museum in Atlanta

    Alonzo Herndon began construction on this beautiful home atop “Diamond Hill” in 1908.  It was substantially complete when Adrienne Herndon, his wife died after a brief illness in 1910. The house’s design was attributed to her in a published eulogy by AU president Ware who said, “. . . no architect

  • Wreath Laying Ceremony at Historic Southview Cemetery for Tuskegee Airman Lt. Walter D. Westmoreland

    Zelle Rainey Orr is a renowned researcher, historian, consultant, author and award-winning poetess.  The mother of two daughters, Kai and Nia, she resides in Atlanta, GA. A barrier-breaker, Zellie was one of five black students to desegregate Indianola High School (Indianola, MS 1967), first black Personal Lines Underwriter of Kemper