Harvey N. Johnson

A flickr page (http://www.flickr.com/photos/earthangel_images/2170710030/) presents the Attucks Theater in Norfolk and states that "Harvey N. Johnson, a noted African-American architect, was selected to design this facility. " Additional information about the theatre can be found on http://www.attuckstheatre.org/

The page states the following
"The Attucks Theatre during its heyday was the focal point of entertainment, business, and racial pride in Norfolk’s African American community because it was strategically located on Church Street, one of the most important and oldest thoroughfares in the city. Church street can be traced back at least to 1637 in Norfolk County’s Deed Books. It was originally known as the “road leading out of town,” because it was the only land route by which travelers could enter or leave the town."

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