Attorney Ted Taylor was the first African American Attorney to set up a practice as well as restoring a structure in historic downtown.
The Willaford Museum serves as facility highlighting Plant City as a major railroad hub in the Southeastern United States dating back to 1920s.
Named after civil rights activist Sam Cooper.
Founded in 19xx and currently lead by Dr. Larry Sykes.
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Teh oldest African American Church in Plant City. Currently lead by Reverend Wiseman.
Foster equitable opportunities for residents, regardless of age, sex, race or religion throughout the City of Plant City.
Plant City MLK Festival
Improvement League of Plant City
Historic Glover School Campus
Photo Archives & History Center
Plant City Photo Archives
We value your support of this Plant City Historic Landmark. Click on the Donate/Support Link to take you to our donor page. The Improvement League of Plant City, Inc., is a 501c3 public charitable organization and all donations are tax exempt.
Plant City Bing Rooming House African American Museum, 205 South Allen Street, Plant City, Florida 33563 Phone 813-704-5800
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