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Description: James L. Farmer, Jr. of CORE, speaking at a national conference of the United Packinghouse Workers of America. James Leonard Farmer, Jr. was a civil rights...
Description: Group portrait of nine African-American women and Rev. Cunningham (?) standing in front of Mt. Zion Baptist Church, 548 West Johnson Street.
Date: 1962 ca.
Description: Daisy Bates speaking with unidentified man wearing eyeglasses. Copies of her memoir "The Long Shadow of Little Rock," and plaques from the NAACP for the ni...
Description: Milwaukee Lincoln's state basketball champions hoist Coach Dick Wadewitz to their shoulders and shout with joy after whipping Milwaukee North 63-54 in the...
Description: Lewis Arms poses in front of a military tank wearing army gear. On the tank from left to right are Lew Arms, Jr., Craig Arms, Rita Arms, and Mamie Arms.
Description: Striking members of Packinghouse Workers Local 392 in Baltimore getting ready for Children's Day on the picket line. Frank McCarty, of the UPWA, is about...
Description: Lewis Arms poses with his foot on the bumper of his 1936 Studebaker automobile.
Description: Lewis Arms, wearing army gear, eats chow outdoors.
Description: George W. Dawson, an African-American passenger from the steamer Central America swims to a piece of debris to which several men are clinging after...
Description: University of Wisconsin boxing coach John Walsh poses with Charlie Hopkins, former Madison Central High School athlete who now boxes for Wisconsin and is a...
Description: Gilbert 'The Gravedigger' Brown of the Green Bay Packers in partial profile.
Description: African American worker loading cargo into a railroad boxcar from an International truck as another worker sits behind the wheel. The truck was owned by t...
Description: Five African American men with instruments inside a shed or barn: an upside down gutbucket with USA painted on the side, 2 violins, a guitar, and a stand-u...
Date: date unknown
Description: A portrait of an African American child wearing a tattered hat with a white background. Text on the photograph reads, "The Albertype Co. Brooklyn, N.Y."
Description: Portrait of John Greene, an original settler.
Description: Group of young people gathered in a room. Some of the men and women are seated around a table. Most of the group are smiling and laughing while the two men...
Description: Daisy Bates and the Little Rock Nine with officers of the NAACP at their 49th annual convention. Mrs. Bates and the nine students received an award for the...
Description: African-American boys gather for a "studio group photo in the condescending idiom of about 1900." The boys stand in a wooded area while imitating a game o...
Description: Bernard Arms poses with his wife Nellie. There is an automobile (possibly a Chevrolet) in the background.
Description: Jack Sanders, Lewis Arms's co-worker at Greyhound, sits on a curb on Brearly Street to eat his lunch.
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