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Left to right: Habersham and Park Avenue, Myrtle Jones, 1976; Randolph Street, Christopher Murphy, Jr., no date; 
King-Tisdell Cottage, Virginia Rothbaum, no date; and Untitled, Ray Ellis, 1981
W. W. Law Art Collection 


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National Trust for Historic Preservation Letter
W. W. Law Working Files 
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W. W. Law speaking at the 
"Long Road Up the Hill" exhibition
at the Beach Institute, 1992
W. W. Law Photograph Collection 
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Jones Street Historic Preservation Award 
W. W. Law Awards Collection 
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National Preservation Award
W. W. Law Awards Collection 
 "Some of the original Savannah structures are to be found in Beach Institute [Historic Neighborhood]... We were excited about preserving as much as possible... Our goal is to increase black homeownership in the area and preserve the homes of early important residents." 
- W. W. Law in Atlanta Weekly, June 26, 1983
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501 East Huntingdon Fact Sheet
W. W. Law Working Files
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National Community Development Week Celebration 
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Historic Savannah Foundation
Letter
 addressing the need for downtown
second-floor housing

W. W. Law Working Files
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Beach Institute "Big Week" Events
W. W. Law Working Files