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LVHS to hold online program on ‘Black Voices’

The Lancaster Virginia Historical Society will host an online program, “Black Voices: Memories of Men at Work in the Lower Northern Neck in the mid-1900s,” at 3 p.m. next Thursday, May 13, as part of its Zooming In On Local History Virtual Speaker Series.

“The presentation will feature audio clips from eight men, seven of whom were born between 1915 and 1929 and are no longer living,” LVHS president Dr. Frank Kober said.

The program takes place via Zoom webinar and is free for LVHS members and $5 for the public. All viewers must register at www.mkt.com/maryball or 804-462-7280 with an individual email address. Registration for the live broadcast is limited to 100 people and the deadline to sign up is noon on the day of the program. Afterwards, people can register to watch the online video recording.

LVHS executive director Karen Hart especially invites family members of the featured men to register and also to call or email history@lancastervahistory.org if they can share pho...

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