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Highlander Reports 25th Annual Report Cover

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Description: Front cover of the Highlander Reports, October 1, 1956-September 30, 1957, with an image of Septima Clark, who was Director of Education at Highlander Scho...
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Highlander Reports 27th Annual Report Cover

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Description: Front cover of the Highlander Reports, October 1, 1958-September 30, 1959, with an image of Esau Jenkins and Myles Horton.
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Highlander Reports 29th Annual Report Cover

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Description: Front cover of the Highlander Reports, October 1, 1960-September 30, 1961. There is an image on the cover of a meeting attended by Myles Horton at Highland...
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Koinonia Children's Camp at Highlander

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Description: Group portrait of eleven children practicing archery in the woods of the Highlander Folk School. Part of the Koinonia Children's Camp program. Fourth from...
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Koinonia Youth Camp in the Highlander Library

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Description: Koinonia Youth Camp in the Highlander Library at the Highlander Folk School. The woman in the background is identified as Septima Clark. Koinonia is a far...
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Clinton Youth at Highlander Folk School

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Description: Four girls hiking up a mountain as an excursion during the Clinton Youth session at Highlander Folk School. Clinton Youth was a Unitarian work camp from th...
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Highlander Folk School Youth Project Dance

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Description: Youth dancing at the Highlander Folk School as part of the Summer Youth Project program. Wendy Davis is in the lower left.
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Unitarian Work Camp Participants

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Description: Group portrait of participants of the Unitarian Work Camp at the Highlander Folk School. The central male figure is identified as Fred Lasse.
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Relaxing During Koinonia Children's Camp

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Description: Group of boys and one man relaxing in a lean-to at the Highlander Folk School, behind the nursery school. Part of Koinonia Children's Camp. David Tate seen...
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Koinonia Children's Camp Group Portrait

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Description: Group of children in front of a tent. Part of Highlander Folk School's Koinonia Children's Camp.
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Koinonia Children's Campers in Lake

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Description: Children swimming in a lake as part of Highlander Folk School's Koinonia Children's Camp.
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Koinonia Children's Campers in front of Library

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Description: Group portrait of children and adults, some carrying stuffed animals, in front of the library at the Koinonia Children's Camp. Ruthie Hartford in the cente...
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Boys at Koinonia Children's Camp

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Description: Three young boys and a man in front of a tent. Part of Highlander Folk School's Koinonia Children's Camp. David Tate on left.
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Foster Falls

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Description: Foster Falls, near Highlander Folk School. This site was often used for picknicking.
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Unitarian Work Campers Cleaning School Grounds

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Description: Two work campers at the Highlander Folk School cleaning the school grounds. The boy in front is using a scythe to clear brush.
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Koinonia Children's Camp Archery

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Description: Koinonia Children's campers at the Highlander Folk School participating in archery.
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Myles Horton Testifying

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Description: Myles Horton testifying during a hearing for the Highlander Folk School investigation in Grundy County.
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Henry Lee Senter and Representative McCord

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Description: Henry Lee Senter (right) and State Representative Chester McCord (left) at the State investigation of the Highlander Folk School.
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Fannie Lou Hamer

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Description: Fannie Lou Hamer (1917 - 1977), an American voting rights activist and civil rights leader, visiting the Highlander Folk School.
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Myles Horton

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Description: Portrait of Myles Horton, cofounder of the Highlander Folk School.

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