The historic Herndon Home was the residence of Atlanta Life Insurance Company founder and Atlanta's first black millionaire Alonzo Franklin Herndon

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African American Heritage Journey with Lunch

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Herndon Home Museum, Atlanta

The historic Herndon Home was the residence of Atlanta Life Insurance Company founder and Atlanta's first black millionaire Alonzo Franklin Herndon.

The historic Herndon Home was the residence of Atlanta Life Insurance Company founder and Atlanta's first black millionaire Alonzo Franklin Herndon. The 2-storey Beaux Arts brick mansion has a tall Neo-Classical portico with Corinthian columns and 15 rooms in various eclectic architectural styles.


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About Herndon Home Museum

 587 University Pl NW, Atlanta, GA 30314, United States

 +1 404-581-9813

 www.theherndonhome.org

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