Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center


Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center


Gayle Phillips
Museum Director


Mission Statement:
The LMCC’s mission is to preserve, promote and perpetuate over 450 years of the African American story through the arts, educational programs, lectures, live performances and exhibits.
The Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center (LMCC) is an African American history museum located in the Lincolnville neighborhood of Saint Augustine, FL.


Artifacts and photographs exploring local and national black involvement in World War II.

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Is Part Of

Lincolnville Museum and Cultural Center
102 M. L. King Avenue
St. Augustine, FL 32084

Collection Items

United States Army 1941
2nd Lt. Rudolph C. Israel is pictured here alongside his fellow soldiers.

William Chase
Portrait of William Chase in his 92nd Infantry (Buffalo Soldier), 365th regiment, U.S. Army uniform.

William Chase's Army Medals
Display showing honors awarded to William Chase for his services in WWII.

2nd Lt. Rudolph C. Israel's Discharge Papers
Honorable Discharge papers for Rudolph C. Israel

Robert Wise
Robert Wise in U.S. Navy uniform. Served in Steward Branch and Submarine Service.
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