1930s, 5 & Dime Store, A&P Grocery Store, â€œNellieâ€ Henderson, Beauticians, Carnival, Doris Ramey, Elsie Tinner, Exie Henderson, Falls Church Colored School, Galloway Methodist Church, Girl Scouts, Governor Motel, Hilda Hicks, Jenny and Charles Robinson, Manassas Industrial School, NAACP, Ollie Tinner, Piggly Wiggly, Rev. Costner, Rosie Henderson, Second Baptist Church, State Theater, Stone Quarry, Third Baptist Church, Tinner Hill, Transportation, Vila Hudson, Wares Drug Store, Washington D. C.
121 South Washington Street, Businesses, Camp Alger, Cato Adams, Colonel Young, E.B. Henderson, Fairfax Street, Frank Burch, Freddy Foote, Henderson Store, Joseph E. Lynch, Ms. Gundry, Rev. Powell, Roads, Second Baptist Church, Seven Corners, Stone Quarry, Sue Riddle, Tinner Hill, Transportation, Virginia Training School, Washington D. C., Williamsburg Building
E. B. Henderson, E.B. Henderson, Mary Ellen Henderson, Washington D. C.
E.B. Henderson, EBO, Sports, Washington D. C.
A collaborative project between: African and African American Studies, George Mason University, and the Tinner Hill Heritage Foundation. Funding was provided in part by the National Trust for Historic Preservation.
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