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Murphy African American Museum – United States

Tuscaloosa's first licensed black mortician built this The Murphy-Collins House is the home of the Murphy African American Museum -Tuscaloosa's first licensed black mortician built this two-story craftsman bungalow in the early 1920s as his private residence. - Materials from the old state capitol building a few blocks away, such as bricks and window sills, were salvaged when it burned in 1923 and used in the house's construction. - Today, the structure operates as a museum focusing on the lifestyle of affluent blacks during the early 1900s.

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Address: 2601 Paul West Bryant Drive, Tuscaloosa, AL, 35401

State: Alabama

Phone 1: 205-758-2861

Opening hours: 10 - 12 and 1 - 4 Tuesday through Friday .. Tours available by appointment

Main theme(s): african, american, historic, homes

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Murphy African American Museum – United States

Tuscaloosa's first licensed black mortician built this The Murphy-Collins House is the home of the Murphy African American Museum -Tuscaloosa's first licensed black mortician built this two-story craftsman bungalow in the early 1920s as his private residence. - Materials from the old state capitol building a few blocks away, such as bricks and window sills, were salvaged when it burned in 1923 and used in the house's construction. - Today, the structure operates as a museum focusing on the lifestyle of affluent blacks during the early 1900s.

Murphy African American Museum – United States

Tuscaloosa's first licensed black mortician built this The Murphy-Collins House is the home of the Murphy African American Museum -Tuscaloosa's first licensed black mortician built this two-story craftsman bungalow in the early 1920s as his private residence. - Materials from the old state capitol building a few blocks away, such as bricks and window sills, were salvaged when it burned in 1923 and used in the house's construction. - Today, the structure operates as a museum focusing on the lifestyle of affluent blacks during the early 1900s.

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