Stone Carr reads a letter to his sister Shirley Carr Clowney from her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren at the unveiling of the portrait of Maryville’s first black mayor, William B. Scott, 1869. Shirley was recognized as being one of the driving forces behind getting the painting done.

Stone Carr reads a letter to his sister Shirley Carr Clowney from her children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren at the unveiling of the portrait of Maryville’s first black mayor, William B. Scott, 1869. Shirley was recognized as being one of the driving forces behind getting the painting done.

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