It's the summer of 1926 in Delray Beach, Florida, and a brand-new two-story home at 170 Blackmer St. is the first in the area with indoor plumbing, a telephone, and electricity. The Mission Revival-style home features a stone foundation with stucco finish and a chimney with a capped bell tower. It's the home of Solomon David Spady, the third-ever African-American public school principal... More >>>