Scurlock Photographers of Washington DC were National Treasures -Interview with Annie King Phillips

By Lonnie Dawkins Annie King Phillips reflects on her memories of classmate George Scurlock, son of photographer Addison Scurlock.  The Scurlocks captured Washington, DC in pictures during the early part of the 20th Century. Ms. Phillips, a renown collage artist talked about photography and the Scurlock family.  Addison Scurlock and J.P. Ball are my favorite photographersContinue reading “Scurlock Photographers of Washington DC were National Treasures -Interview with Annie King Phillips”

Photos: Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial -The Memorial and the People

I found the Stone of Hope which includes Dr. King’s statue to not be very tall and to give a sense of Dr. King being right there among the people gazing out at them. Also, Park Rangers give very informative and inspiring talks about the King legacy. I think that a visit to this great memorial should be on everyone’s list of things to do.