The Chattanooga Advocate, edited by D.P. Craig, Jr., is an example of the African American press and the racial pride African Americans exhibited. The motto of the paper was "Race Elevation."
Scene depicts Moccasin Bend, on the Tennessee River, just outside the city of Chattanooga.
A number of formal portrait photographs of African American subjects were made by Brazelton Studio, Chattanooga. The 1928 City Directory shows Brazelton Photo Studio to have been located in the heart…
Photograph of Randolph Miller, editor of the Chattanooga Blade, an African American newspaper.
Chattanooga Times Image of Rice Carothers.