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Date: 1960-05-31 ca.
Description: Portrait of Rosa Parks at Mrs. Anne Braden's home.
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: Men gathered under a tree near several walking plows.
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: View down sidewalk of a large group of predominantly African American people on the left, and cars parked at an angle along the curb. The group is standing...
Date: 1964 ca.
Description: An African-American woman is seated behind a small table while speaking. On the left a stenographer types, and on the right a group of people sit and liste...
Description: A group of women and children gather around a table outdoors. They appear to be serving food out of bowls and containers placed on a table.
Description: Rosa Parks being interviewed by Mrs. Anne Braden, editor of the "Southern Patriot," at Braden's home.
Description: Mine, Mill & Smelters Union reading by a lake at Highlander Folk School. Will Thomas, second on the right, smoking a pipe.
Date: 1955-07 date unknown
Description: Beatrice (Bea) and Carson Gulley pose together at their 25th wedding anniversary party in their new home at 5701 Cedar Place. The home was located in the C...
Description: Workers gather around an International Harvester Model 1-B hammer mill powered by an International Model 200 power unit at the Fish Uleal Company. The mac...
Description: Rosa Parks (center) sitting with a group of friends. Anne Braden is standing upper left and Carl Braden is seated lower right.
Date: date unknown
Description: Portrait of Henry Mathews, 1866-1941, an early African American resident, holding the tools of his trade in front of a painted backdrop. He was a stone mas...
Description: A candid portrait of Beatrice (Bea) and Carson Gulley together at a park.
Description: An African-American woman sits in a chair, while a man in the foreground holds a microphone for her to speaking in to.
Description: View of Juarez Plaza, a fashionable park square featuring a monument and an elaborately decorated bandstand. People gather on park benches and stand near...
Description: A copy print of a studio portrait of a seated African American man with a full beard. He wears a tattered hat and soiled overalls and jacket.
Description: Slightly elevated view of a boy in a baseball cap peeking over a fence. There are several sets of hands curling over the top of the fence on either side of...
Description: Alice Cobb (right) and Bernice Robinson (left), in front of the main school building.
Description: Group of men in a pen with livestock, including pigs, sheep, a cow, a donkey and horses. The livestock was owned by the Piney Woods Country Life School.
Description: Cabinet card of an African American man, wearing a formal suit, standing next to a young girl mounted side saddle on a pony. She is reading a book and has...
Description: Eugene Parks.
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