July 14, 2010
Photo by George A. Hoffman Jr.
Paul Smith and Saira Kimbembe volunteer at the cowry shell necklace table during the Jubilee Music Festival at Historic Stagville in Durham.
Tags: Gallery, Historic Stagville
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