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Western Legacies, third-floor gallery and exhibition space.


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The Blair-Caldwell African American Research Library is the gateway to Five Points and the Welton Street Historic District. The building merges with Sonny Lawson Park via a plaza connecting the two. The Blair-Caldwell AARL is conveniently located immediately across Welton Street from the light rail. Parking is available next to the building.

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