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Men in Street, South Wall Street



Men in Street, South Wall Street
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Title: Men in Street, South Wall Street
Description: Four men gathered outdoors. Two sit on stoops of houses while two stand in the dirt pathway. More homes are visible in the background. There is a garbage or fire pit in the foreground.

Fifty-one people, twenty-five under the age of 16, living in 8 buildings share two toilets and 4 water hydrants in the South Wall Street neighborhood of Natchez.

Image ID: 99059
Creation
Date:
1966 ca.
Creator
Name:
Unknown
City, State: Natchez, Mississippi
Collection
Name:
Beech, Robert : Papers, 1963-1972
Genre: Photograph
Additional
Information:
Images, data, and quotations come from the "Natchez Poverty Report," prepared by Mark Lundeen and Barbara Shelly under the supervision of Robert (Bob) Beech for the Delta Ministry.

Image C5

Subjects: Trees
Dwellings
Slums
Deterioration
Poverty
Hats
Roads
African Americans
Men
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress
Refuse and refuse disposal
 

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