Framewoods was honored to be asked to frame a photo of Monroe School, which was presented to First Lady Michelle Obama May 16 at Topeka’s Senior Recognition Ceremony. It’s nice to think one of our frames will be hanging in the White House.
Monroe School, which is now the Brown v. Board National Historic Site, was pivotal as a segregated school in case Brown v. Board of Education, which resulted in desegregation of schools across the U.S. The Supreme Court
The photo was taken by Kansas City Photographer Hartzell Gray. Mr. Larry Robbins, Assistant Superintendent for USD 501, is pictured.
Design by Apollonia Jamison, head frame designer.
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