- New Georgia Encyclopedia
- Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum
- Geoff Johnson
- Date of Original:
African Americans--Civil rights--Georgia--Savannah
Signs and signboards--Georgia--Savannah
Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum (Savannah, Ga.)
- Gilbert, Ralph Mark, -1956
- United States, Georgia, Chatham County, Savannah, 32.08354, -81.09983
- color photographs
- The museum is named for Ralph Mark Gilbert, a Savannah leader of the civil rights movement. Gilbert served as president of the Savannah NAACP for eight years.
Photograph of the exterior of the Ralph Mark Gilbert Civil Rights Museum in Savannah, Georgia. This multi-story yellow brick building sits on a corner. A large black-and-white sign advertising the museum hangs from the front.
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- Courtesy of Georgia Department of Economic Development. Please do not use any images without permission
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Forms part of: New Georgia Encyclopedia
Photograph by Geoff L. Johnson
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- New Georgia Encyclopedia (Project)