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"HIDDEN FIGURES!" The American Dream and the untold story of women mathematicians who worked at the NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Va during the 1940's-1960's and helped win the space race! The book written by Margot Lee Shetterly is now a highly rated motion picture! Margot is the daughter of DHS-'61 graduate Margaret Giles Lee. Local outlets for the book include Barnes & Noble, Target, Amazon, Costco, and Walmart! Hardcover (1st Edition): $27.00; Paperback (movie cover) $7.99; Young Readers' Edition (paperback): $7.99. These may be discounted depending on where they are purchased. You can email Margaret Lee at: 
mlee303@yahoo.com
 

 
"INSPIRATION STREET!" This book tells the stories of remarkable people who lived, thrived, and influenced African-American history while residents of Lynchburg's Pierce St! This includes Anne Spencer, Chauncey Spencer, Walter Johnson, Amaza Meredith, and others! One chapter deals with Pierce St. resident C.W Seay, and his enormous impact on Dunbar High School in the age of segregation! Darrell is lowering the cost of the book to $9.95 and would be glad to mail out copies! The book is also on Amazon! Call 518-685-3195, or email at: writersbridge@hotmail.com 


 

 

"A sea of God's Favor," is available on Amazon! It was written by classmate Arthur Landrum III-DHS-'69!






 "GRANNY AND THE WALL!" A cute little history story about the Dunbar Memorial Wall, and the history of Dunbar! It includes great early pictures from the time! It is by Brian Wray and Bruce Mabry! Get your copy by calling 434-845-0666      email: mabrybruce@yahoo.com 


 





"THREE MORE ON TIN" DuBois Miller's second edition about his childhood memories growing up on Timbridge Hill! Be sure and also check out "TEN ON TIN," and his first book "CELL TALES: RECOLLECTIONS OF A CORRECTIONAL EDUCATOR!" His first book is based on teaching and supervising educational programs throughout the prisons of Virginia! Well worth reading! 




 

 
"LESSONS CONTINUE" The Dunbar High School Legacy, was published as a result of extended research by students who participated in the Links Intercultural Institute in 2015. The following students researched the Dunbar High School collections papers and artifacts at the Lynchburg City Museum and interviewed former Dunbar high School teachers/staff Miss Carolyn Brown, Carolyn Langhorne, Jacqueline Early Taliaferro, the late Elaine Chafin Watson, and Otis tucker:
McKayla Warrick-University of Pennsylvania, Josh Price-George Mason University, 
Joshua Franklin-Brookville High School, Austin Wayne-Amherst County high School, Christopher Ragland-Jefferson Forest High School, William Ragland-Jefferson Forest High School. As a result of their research and reviewing bios and stories of former Dunbar High School teachers. Approximately thirty abridged bios and stories highlight the book. Hermina W. Hendricks and Christine Petticolas served as editors. books are free for making a $50.00 donation to the Greater Lynchburg Community Trust earmarked for the Dunbar High School Legacy fund! Email Hermina Hendricks at     hhendricks14@outlook.com 



 



'"UNBREAKABLE SPIRIT" This is the true autobiography of classmate Charlotte Williams (Shelia Miller) who would have been in our Dunbar class of '69! Her book is on Amazon, and judging by the picture on the cover, this book is something else! 

 
WE ARE PROUD OF OUR FELLOW CLASSMATES WHO HAVE WRITTEN BOOKS! I WILL BE ADDING MORE ON THIS PAGE AS I GET THEM, SO KEEP CHECKING BACK! MAYBE I SHOULD WRITE ONE ON RADIO? IT WOULD BE ENTITLED...."RADIO....IF I KNEW THEN WHAT I KNOW NOW!!"

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