|Inside an African-American Community: Lincolnville in the 1920's
| Date: 3/23 - 07/01
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Richard Aloysius Twine, St. Augustine's first known African-American photographer, captured the essence of Lincolnville, an African-American community in St. Augustine, through his photographs. Twine's images tell of events, happy and sad, ceremonial and personal, in lives otherwise often unrecorded. In 1988, glass plate negatives of 103 of Twine's photographs were found in the attic of his house on Kings Ferry Way and salvaged. The display is in The Tovar House at the Oldest House Museum Complex.
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