• Historic photo in frame of Matt & Henrietta Gardner

    This photograph of a man and a woman seated side by side in front of a white frame building is matted in light brown surrounded by a white spacer and a carved green frame. A figure standing behind the…

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  • Graduation photograph

    Taylor

    Young African American woman in mortar board and black robe, with rimless glasses.

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  • Cross country travelers

    Five African Americans posing in and next to an early automobile, in front of Jarnigan & Son Undertakers. The open running board on the driver's side is being used for stowage, and three persons, two…

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  • Dr. C.S. Boyd and soldiers

    Group of seventeen African American adults, including eleven men and six women, standing on porch and porch steps. In the first row, at right are two soldiers in World War I uniforms, hats in hand, we…

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  • Austin High School group

    Four young African American women in high collared blouses are seated around an African American gentleman in a suit whose arms rest on ornately carved arms of a chair.

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  • Turn of the century nurses

    A group of twelve women, all facing to the right (to the left for the camera), most of whom are African American.

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  • Cotton Makers Jubilee Parade on Beale Street, with children pulling float

    Taylor, Reverend L.O

    Parade with float bearing an African American woman in a formal dress, being pulled by two young African American boys, down a public street, Hamilton High School Banner behind.

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  • Voting District 29-2, Memphis

    Taylor, Reverend L.O

    Color film footage showing African American women standing in line, two African American men assisting a small boy walking on a porch, a sign reading 29-2 "Vote Here," African American men standing in…

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  • Volunteer Army Ammunition Plant Workers Painting Road Lines

    A group of seven African American men and women painting road lines.

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  • Young woman in white hat

    Brazelton

    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…

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  • African-American woman with her poultry.

    Moore, Virginia P. (Virginia Pearl)

    Devised title. No caption information. An African-American woman smokes a pipe while standing in a yard surrounded by hens, a rooster, and a duck next to a house and a shed.

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  • Pam Haynes, 1972 Homecoming Parade Participant

    Middle Tennessee State University

    The Black Student Association formed in 1971 to represent the interests of African-American students on campus.

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  • Knoxville College students, including two sons of President McCulloch

    Posed on the steps of a brick building are five young men (two of whom are white) on the back row, four young women on front row, with an older white woman, possibly a teacher at front right.

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  • Pledges of Alpha Gamma Pi

    Middle Tennessee State University

    The first sorority on campus was Alpha Gamma Pi. MTSU's chapter formed in 1969.

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  • Knoxville College Chemistry Building

    Coeducational class of African American students standing at laboratory benches in a brick walled room, with a shelf holding clear glass bottles at rear, and a white man in a suit to the left of black…

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  • Russell Goode

    Russell Goode, a music teacher at Howard High School in Chattanooga, accompanying Coretta Scott King as she sings.

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  • Woman in Bolero jacket

    Browder, B.B

    Browder was one of Knoxville's foremost studio photographers. According to historian Robert J. Booker, he was the most important black photographer in Knoxville.

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  • "Aunt Jemima" Publicity Photograph

    Kaufman-Fabry

    "Official Photograph" of the Aunt Jemima pancake booth at the "Century of Progress" World's Fair, Chicago, 1933

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  • Driving to the Applachian Exposition at Chilhowee Park

    Open car driven by a chauffeur with four well-dressed women and a girl holding an American flag. "Mitchell 5624" on automobile radiator grill.

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  • Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All Its Phases

    Cover of Southern Horrors: Lynch Law in All its Phases. Miss Ida B. Wells. New York Age Print, 1892. A cream colored booklet with image of the author.

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