READ! “The Talented Mr. James Wormley” by Streets of Washington

James Wormley was a confidant of Frederick Douglass during his years in Washington. Wormley and Douglass dined together. Wormley was featured and praised in the pages of the New National Era. Wormley was a pallbearer for Anna Murray Douglass’ funeral. (Wormley was also, reportedly, by President Lincoln’s side as he died in the Petersen House.)

For more information on Mr. Wormley read author John DeFerrari’s recent post on Streets of Washington HERE!

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