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Murphy African-American Museum


category : Museums
Home of 1st licensed Black mortician in west Alabama. Period furniture, irons and kettles, combs and curlers used by African-Americans. Exhibit rooms featuring Murphy family memorabilia, displays on local history, African art and artifacts.


Admission: Admission charged
Hours: Open T-F 10-4; other times by appt.
Address: 2601 Bryant Dr. & Lurleen Wallace Blvd. S.

Phone: 205-758-2861
Fax: 205-758-2861

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