D200107 carver marker

Etta Freeman, center, attended the ceremony in 1935 when George Washington Carver visited Decatur, while Peggy Towns, right, did the research that got the school named for him placed on the National Register of Historic Places. The two answer questions during Sunday’s ceremony unveiling a historic marker at the school on Church Street. [DEANGELO MCDANIEL/DECATUR DAILY]

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