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Girls at Water Hydrant, Taylor Alley



Girls at Water Hydrant, Taylor Alley
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Title: Girls at Water Hydrant, Taylor Alley
Description: Two young girls stand near a water hydrant. "Hydrant placed on edge of steep bank. Used by 30 people in 9 families. Four of these families (17 people) live over 50 yards down the hill from this hydrant."

80 people live in 21 buildings in the Taylor Alley neighborhood of Natchez. The occupants have 11 hydrants, two indoors, and 15 toilets.

Image ID: 99069
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 F5

Subjects: Trees
Slums
Deterioration
African Americans
Children
Outdoor photography
Dresses
Clothing and dress
Water
Coats
 

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