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Faye M. Anderson is director of All That Philly Jazz, a public history project that is mapping Philadelphia’s lost jazz clubs and documenting the social history of jazz. On September 21 and 22, she will lead the Philadelphia Jazz Heritage Walking Tour: Green Book Edition.
For information about the #GreenBookPHL Project, contact Faye at email@example.com.
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