ANGOLA DONATES GUARD TOWER AND CELL TO SMITHSONIAN

April 8th, 2015 by DezinsAdmin

Angola has donated a guard tower and cell has been donated to the new Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture which is scheduled to open sometime in 2016.

To see the Angola cell arrive at the Smithsonian for installation, click here

Also read an article at the Smithsonian Magazine online here.

Also see the following newspaper articles from the New York Times

a. Cohen, Patricia. (2013).
Tower and Cell, Signifying Much More Than a Prison. Relics From Angola Are to Tell Black History at New Museum.
The New York Times. July 7. Retrieved January 25, 2014

b. Cohen, Patricia. (2013).
Prison Tower to Join New Museum’s Collection.
The New York Times. July 4. Retrieved January 25, 2014 at

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