The Old Dillard Museum

The Old Dillard Museum

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1009 N.W. 4th St., Fort Lauderdale, FL 33311, United States

This 1924 African-American schoolhouse has been converted into a museum. Its collection includes the "Heritage Room," a re-creation of a 1920's classroom, and a faux 1950's jazz club honoring Cannonball Adderley, once the band director of the school.




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