Local Black Heritage museum fundraising for permanent location

HAGERSTOWN, Md. (WDVM) — Tucked away on the second floor of the Board of Elections Building in downtown Hagerstown is the temporary home of the city’s rich history of Black heritage.

The Doleman Black Heritage Museum is home to thousands of artifacts showcasing the stories of Black people in the city of Hagerstown.

Wendi Perry, the museum’s curator, is excited to see the work of the Doleman family find a permanent home.

“It’s important to have a connection to the…

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