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Alabama Code Title 41. State Government § 41-9-222

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The Richmond Pearson Hobson Memorial Board as established in Section 41-9-221 is abolished. All property, real and personal, under the management and control of the memorial board, including but not limited to “Magnolia Grove,” the Richmond Pearson Hobson home and lands located in Greensboro, Alabama, and all powers, authority and jurisdiction over such property, are hereby transferred to the Alabama Historical Commission;  and any right, title or interest which the state has in the above described property is also transferred to the Alabama Historical Commission. The Alabama Historical Commission shall have full authority to develop, renovate, restore, preserve, maintain, operate, exhibit and publicize such property in accordance with the powers and responsibilities of the Alabama Historical Commission.

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