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Atlanta’s First Black Millionaire and His Crystal Palace By Storyteller Chetter Galloway

Alonzo F. Herndon owned a barbershop that catered to whites only. Because of the Jim Crow laws, the black people who worked at the barbershop and even Alonzo himself had to enter by the rear door. How did the 1906 Atlanta Race Riots affect Alonzo?

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"The Crystal Palace was bathed with crystal chandeliers and marble paneling"

 

- Storyteller Chetter Galloway
Atlanta's First Black Millionaire and His Crystal Palace

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