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Mayor to Proclaim "Diamond Teeth Mary Way" on Friday
Diamond Teeth Mary Smith McClain hopped a train from what is now historic “Heritage Station” in the early 1900’s in search of a musical career singing the blues. Her career lasted many years. After her death, and upon her request, Diamond Teeth Mary’s ashes were scattered on the tracks at Heritage Station. A plaque there commemorates her accomplishments.
The Diamond Teeth Mary Blues and Art Festival will be held on Saturday August 24th at Heritage Station from 10 a.m. – 11 p.m. The event is produced by the Greater Huntington Park & Recreation District.