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The Ida B. Wells Barnett Museum is an African-American heritage museum in Holly Springs, Mississippi. It houses historical documents, artifacts, and art works made by African-American artists.

Named after and in honor of Ida B. Wells Barnett, a well known Holly Springs native, Civil Rights leader, women?s rights activist, journalist, and newspaper editor, the Ida B. Wells Barnett Museum is all about what she stood for and believed in. Exhibits on the site include a wide range of works of art made by African American artists in aims to preserve and disseminate the artistic contributions of the black community.

Originally known as the Wells family Art Gallery, the Ida B. Wells Museum is housed in the historic Spires Bolling House, one of Holly Springs? best preserved antebellum homes.
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