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If you are tired of the touristy music & drinking scene commonly associated with Beale Street, then take a quiet and deeply informative tour of the Withers Collection. Chances are that you know many of the iconic photographs from Ernest Withers who documented the Civil...More
I was so happy I decided to go in this museum.. the photos were awesome. It all started with Mr. Withers coverage of the Emmit Till death. He was the personal photographer for Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. wonderful exhibits.
Our guide Tad Pierson made us aware of this great photo exhibition. Staff is very friendly and the photographs on display are awesome. They let you wander throughout the various rooms. Withers took us back in time and placed us right in the middle of...More
As we were walking Beale St., my aunt pulled us in to this museum on a whim. She personally knew Dr. Withers years ago. Our visit was such a nice surprise. The photographs were amazing. I love black and white photos and Dr. Withers was...More
As we were walking around Beale Street we noticed towards the very end where the blockade sits was a museum. It's $5 to walk thru the 3-4 rooms they have filled with some of the best photographs of Martin Luther King, Jr. and others including...More