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Date: 1956-01-23 

Description: Group portrait of members of the annual dance committee for the Y-Teen Interclub Council. Seated left to right: Kay Calcagno, YWCA teen age director; Colen...

Photograph

Group on Sidewalk

Date: 1962 ca.

Description: View down side of street of a group of African-American men and women walking down the sidewalk on the left near a store called "Sonny's Curb Mkt." In the...

Photograph

SCHW Convention

Date: 1946-11 

Description: Delegates to the annual convention of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare gather outside the convention hall.

Date: 1876-08-12 

Description: A cartoon depicting General M.C. Butler holding a top hat, standing next to dead African Americans. There are slogans behind the bodies, including "Niggers...

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Description: Septima Clark with an unidentified companion at a table, outside at Highlander Folk School.

Date: 1962 ca.

Description: View down side of street of a group of African American men and women walking along a sidewalk. On the right cars are coming up the street. Across the stre...

Date: 1945-12-20 

Description: Group of 15 women and six men attending a meeting at USO Service Club. The group is predominantly African Americans. Probably taken in First Unitarian So...

Date: 1946-11 

Description: Mary McLeod Bethune, noted civil rights leader and educator, is introduced to the audience at the annual convention of the Southern Conference for Human Ri...

Date:  date unknown

Description: Two kitchen workers at Mary's Sanitorium stand in a kitchen room with shelves of trays and a warming tray along the walls.

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Description: Lewis Arms, who is wearing his Navy uniform, poses with his mother Mamie (Arms) Hall, and his sister, Nedra Arms.

Date: 1948-04-03 

Description: Wisconsin's Calvin Vernon, an African-American, had led with a left and was blocking a left return by Idaho's Bill Diehl in the first round of their light...

Discover how Wisconsin became a state in 1848 after failing to adopt the 1846 constitution which restricted banking and granted rights to women and blacks.

Photograph

Bellafonte and Obey

Date: 1987-04 

Description: Singer Harry Bellafonte, then the ambassador for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) testified on behalf of the fund before the House Appropriation...

Date:  date unknown

Description: A page from a scrapbook created by Andrew Webb Jr. when he was a patient at the Chicago Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium from 1931-1934, with images of ot...

Date: 1958 

Description: Cedric Belfrage (center), exiled editor of the "National Guardian", at a party for Paul Robeson. The man on the left is Canon Stanley Evans.

Date: 1952-03-25 

Description: Spelling champions from twenty-three Madison public and parochial schools will take part in the city spelling finals of the "Wisconsin State Journal" 1952...

Date: 1939 

Description: Parishioners gather at the entrance outside New Fellowship Church of God at North Eighth Street.

Date: 1962 ca.

Description: View down side of street over railroad crossing of a group of African American men and women walking along a sidewalk on the left, while on the right a gro...

Date: 1949-11-07 

Description: Oletha Withers poses with her 5-month-old son Eddie Withers III who is holding a football. They are the wife and son of Eddie Withers, Jr., half-back on t...

Date: 1964 ca.

Description: Two men hold protest signs walk down a sidewalk past a white police officer who is holding a bullhorn at a Greenwood Freedom Day. In the background, a poli...

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