Every once in a while I stumble into a story that has all kinds of
I was truly amazed when I started doing the research on this fine Memphian. After
It was the first day of training for the 12 newly hired Black Firefighters on
Our wonderful story is about Edward O. Cleaborn. A forgotten Memphis hero, this 18-year-old U.S.
Opened in 1852, more than two miles outside of the then city limits, Elmwood has
We’ve all heard the phrase “11:00 Sunday is the most segregated hour of the week”,
Dr. William Herbert Brewster, the son of former slaves, was born July 2, 1897 and
James Melvin Lunceford was born in Fulton Mississippi in June 6, 1902 to James Riley