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Booker T. Washington with Dick and Jenk Lloyd Jones



Booker T. Washington with Dick and Jenk Lloyd Jones
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Title: Booker T. Washington with Dick and Jenk Lloyd Jones
Description: Booker T. Washington stands flanked by Richard "Dick" Lloyd Jones (left) and Jenkin Lloyd Jones (right) near the shore of a Madison lake. Washington, described as a good friend of Rev. Jenkin Lloyd Jones, was in Madison in April 1914 for a speaking engagement and stayed with the Lloyd Jones family.

Image ID: 54208
Creation
Date:
April 1914 
Creator
Name:
Unknown
City, State: Madison, Wisconsin
Collection
Name:
Snoke Family Album
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
The Richard & Georgia Lloyd Jones Sr. family photo album was donated to the WHS by their granddaughter Georgia Lloyd Jones Snoke. Richard Lloyd Jones Sr. was editor and publisher of the Wisconsin State Journal from 1911 to 1919. In the late summer of 1919 the family moved to Tulsa, Oklahoma, where Richard had purchased the Tulsa Democrat, renaming it the Tulsa Tribune, and served as its editor and publisher until his retirement.
Subjects: Hats
African Americans
Children and adults
Men
Outdoor photography
Authors
 

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