• 1:00pm - 4:00pm

    Photo of white house at dusk with Black History Month badge


    Photoworks is pleased to present a solo exhibition by acclaimed photojournalist Marvin Tupper Jones.

    Jones has spent his life documenting his home of Hertford County, North Carolina. The history covered in this exhibit spans from 1851 to 1973 and takes the viewer from the antebellum time through the Civil War, Reconstruction, Jim Crow and the modern Civil Rights eras. It tells stories about over 30 people along with photographs and text. Four women are featured, as well as business people, farmers, carpenters, educators, church leaders, soldiers (Civil War and WWII), Civil Rights activists and organizations.

    February 10 - March 31 | Photoworks | Saturdays & Sundays | 1:00pm - 4:00pm

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    Presenter: Photoworks
    Location: Photoworks
    Admission: FREE
    Phone: 301-634-2274