In 1913, two men feared that the young City of West Palm Beach was about to swipe land purchased by black residents for for an African-American cemetery and use the money for a white graveyard.
In a typewritten letter, attorney and former mayor George Currie asks George Potter, one of the city’s earliest pioneers, to recall the agreement for the two-acre site, whose location today is uncertain.
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