Lenora Rolla Heritage Center Museum
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Lenora Rolla Heritage Center Museum

The Lenora Rolla Heritage Center Museum is a museum in Fort Worth, Texas that focuses on the history of African Americans in Tarrant County and throughout Texas.[1] It is named for Lenora Rolla who initially raised money to purchase the building and start the museum in 1979.[2] It is operated in the historic Boone House and open by appointment with the Tarrant County Black Historical and Genealogical Society.[3]

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  1. ^ Mitchell, Mitch (2014-02-03). "Art exhibit at Lenora Rolla museum focuses on preserving African-American history". The Star-Telegram. Retrieved .
  2. ^ "Lenora Rolla Heritage Center Museum". Clio. 2014-12-07. Retrieved .
  3. ^ "The Lenora Rolla Heritage Center Museum". Fort Worth CVB. Retrieved 2016.

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Coordinates: 32°44?04?N 97°18?53?W / 32.73437°N 97.31476°W / 32.73437; -97.31476

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