Date(s) - Sunday, November 4, 2018
2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Coral Gables Museum
Please note the change of time and venue for this November 4th Meeting: 2pm at Coral Gables Museum at 285 Aragon, next to Books & Books. Convenient parking is available in the city garage across the street.
If anyone needs a ride to this event, please let us know.
Malcolm Lauredo is the Director of Historic Research at the Coral Gables Museum, as well as the Editor in Chief of the Museum’s monthly history journal, The Historic Riviera.
He will present “Sacred Ground; the Rise, Fall, and Revival of Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery,” the history of Lincoln Memorial Park Cemetery, a historic African American cemetery located in Brownsville. The cemetery is the final resting place to many Miami luminaries and pioneers. Malcomb will share some of the research the museum has conducted and the restoration plan they’ve been pursuing.
Malcolm is currently in the process of conducting research for a book with Coral Gables Museum’s Executive Director John Allen that will focus on the history of Miami’s cemeteries
Malcolm is also producing a documentary on the history of Coral Gables that will be entering post production in February.