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Alice Allison Dunnigan House

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Alice Allison Dunnigan House

Russellville, Kentucky

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Home of Ms. Dunnigan, author and journalist, the first African-American woman to be a member of the White House press corps and Chief of the Washington Bureau of the Associated Negro Press, 1947-1961. She worked for the Owensboro Enterprise and the Louisville Defender before moving to Washington in 1942, and held appointments from President John F. Kennedy and President Lyndon B. Johnson. The renovated home hosts changing historical exhibits.

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Sixth & Morgan Streets
Russellville, KY 42276

Region: Caves, Lakes & Corvettes
Phone: 270-726-1678
Alt Phone: 270-726-1678

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