The African American Library at the Gregory School

Malone Design/Fabrication was contracted to fabricate the exhibits for the African American Library at the Historic Gregory School in Houston Texas. This exhibit, which was designed by Gallagher & Associates, chronicles a crucial period in Houston African American history when this downtown community was established following emancipation. This later became known as Freedmen’s Town, Fourth Ward. The graphic rich exhibit incorporates a wide variety of stories proving the power of a people’s commitment to one another by building and sustaining family, communities of worship, and social organizations which built this thriving, self-contained neighborhood.

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