September’s event will feature the Withers Collection Museum & Gallery, which is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and Ernest Withers’ last working studio. With close to 1.8 million images in the archive, the images on display range from key Civil Rights Movement events to legendary blues and jazz performers. Martin Luther King, Jr., B.B. King, “The King of Rock and Roll,” and “The Queen of Soul,” can all be seen, captured in their elements, in beautiful black and white photographs. The Withers Collection is the largest family-owned photographic collection taken by one individual and includes a main gallery, a music gallery, and a special events space in our studio lounge. It is the only authorized source for licensing Ernest C. Withers photographs. For more information about the Withers Collection Museum & Gallery and to donate, visit thewitherscollection.com.