Johnny James and Brenda Russaw McCrae, first Black homecoming queen, Marietta High School, October 12, 1973
Brenda Russaw McCrae
SubjectMcCrae, Brenda Russaw.; James, Johnny.; 1970s.; Lemon Street Schools (Marietta, Ga.).; Marietta (Ga.) -- History.; Marietta City Schools (Marietta, Ga.).; African American.; Photographs.
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DescriptionJohnny James and Brenda Russaw McCrae, first Black homecoming queen, Marietta High School, Marietta, Georgia, October 12, 1973
CitationJohnny James and Brenda Russaw McCrae, first Black homecoming queen, Marietta High School, Marietta, Georgia, October 12, 1973The Lemon Street Schools Oral History Collection, Marietta City Schools System, 2020, KSU/14/05/04, McRae, Kennesaw State University
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