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Date: 1946 ca.
Description: A portrait of Lewis Arms at the age of 17 wearing his Navy uniform. There is an inscription that reads, "To Mom & Pop Berry with Love", referring to his ne...
Description: Governor Emmanuel Philipp ratifying the 18th Amendment which made Prohibition law. From left to right: Executive Messenger, Samuel Banks; Senator George B....
Description: Mary McLeod Bethune (left), noted educator and civil rights leader, at the annual convention of the Southern Conference for Human Rights. The woman to her...
Description: African American farmer pulling a trailer with a Farmall Cub tractor on McQueen Smith Farms. The trailer is loaded with large sacks and a child is sitting...
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: Private security guards hired by the Colonial Sugar Company photograph striking members of the United Packinghouse Union. As the result of a court restrai...
Description: Delegates to the annual convention of the Southern Conference for Human Welfare (SCHW) vote on a resolution.
Description: Lewis Arms, wearing army gear, eats chow outdoors.
Description: African American woman tending to her plot in the McCormick Works' garden. The garden was one of several factory gardens created under International Harves...
Date: 1915 ca.
Description: A man uses a team of three horses to pull a binder through a farm field while another man looks on nearby.
Date: 1966 before
Description: A crowd outside the Madison County courthouse is addressed by four men standing on top of the courthouse steps. In the background, commercial buildings ar...
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: George Walker, Adah Overton Walker, and Bert Williams link arms and dance the cakewalk in the first Broadway musical to be written and performed by African...
Description: Pre-CIO meeting at Highlander School with a group of men.
Description: Full-length portrait of an African American Civil War soldier from Hughes and Meltzer, "A pictorial History of the Negro in America."
Date: date unknown
Description: A candid portrait of Beatrice (Bea) and Carson Gulley together at a park.
Date: 1895 ca.
Description: A studio portrait of Mr. William W. Hendricks, a Black River Falls barber, dressed in his best, posed in front of a painted backdrop.
Description: Portrait of John Greene, an original settler.
Description: Civil rights activists Bob Cunningham, Anne Braden, and Julian Bond during an event at the Braden Center.
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