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Capt. Luke J. Weathers Jr. Day

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Luke Weathers riding in the parade with Lt. George W. Lee on Capt. Luke J. Weathers Jr. Day. Weathers was the first African-American in Memphis to be given the key to the city and to be honored with such a day.
Frierson, S
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