Sponsored by the Association for the Study of Afro-American Life and History, starting in 1979, the Negro Heritage Trail Tour offered tours of historic Savannah from a black perspective.
Going to Market, A Scene near Savannah, GA - Ed Abbey, in Harpers Weekly, May 29, 1875 - W. W. Law Art Collection
Negro Heritage Trail Tour - W. W. Law Working Files
From a Black Perspective - From the Washington Post, May 1979 - W. W. Law Working Files
"W. W. Law said the tour and other projects sponsored by the organization 'kind of grew out of an experience of seeing many Negro landmarks disappear.'The association's goal is to 'preserve and protect the last remaining sites' of historical significance." - Washington Post, May 1979.
See Historic Savannah, Georgia from a Black Perspective - W. W. Law Working Files
Welcome to Georgia's Oldest Black Community - W. W. Law Working Files
Savannah Evening News, December 14, 1988 - W. W. Law Working Files