Music & Entertainment in the Reception Hall
Located in the heart of Reynolda House, the Reception Hall served as a family room, hide-and-seek playground, wedding chapel, dance club, and concert hall. It also was the setting of several public events, including the funerals of R.J. and Katharine Reynolds and a luncheon for President Truman.
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From the 1910s to the late 1950s, the segregated community of Five Row was home to Reynolda’s African American farm workers and their families.
A new type of Southern woman, Katharine Reynolds combined the traditional role of wife and mother with progressive practices on healthy living, education, and agricultural reform.