W. W. Law at Laurel Grove South Cemetery - W. W. Law Photograph Collection
"The stones in Laurel Grove South mark the graves of Savannah's most prominent black citizens and oldest black families; they honor black war heroes; and tell the sad stories of courageous and enterprising slaves. But many inscriptions have been worn away by wind, rust, and rain... 'This cemetery is a historic gem,' W. W. Law says. 'There is no source that holds as much black history.' "
-Savannah Morning News, December 20, 1999.
Award for restoring the Andrew Bryan Grave site from the Historic Savannah Foundation - W. W. Law Awards Collection
Letter to City Manager Arthur Mendonsa, thanking him for his contribution to the Andrew Bryan project - NAACP Savannah Branch Records
Letter to Mrs. Doris Roberts, Chairman of the NAACP Historic Restoration Committee - NAACP Savannah Branch Records
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