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‘In any time and place, this woman would be exceptional.’ A donation and some history of Beulah Rucker Museum
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Architect Garland Reynolds has uncovered more history about Beulah Rucker Oliver and her connection to the Piedmont Hotel. He's sharing the info with the museum on Tuesday. - photo by Scott Rogers
Another piece of Beulah Rucker Oliver’s legacy will be available for public viewing. On Tuesday, June 23, Gainesville architect Garland Reynolds unraveled his hand-drawn architectural rendering of the Beulah Rucker Museum from 1995.