• 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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  • Poll Tax Petition

    A petition to repeal the poll tax.

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  • Roosevelt Election Headquarters

    A group of five African American men and two women standing with a car and trailer parked in front of a two story brick building. The top story has been painted with the words "Roosevelt Headquarters…

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  • Facts Every Negro Should Know about Roosevelt

    Four-sheet broadside announcing a Victory Meeting at Church Park Auditorium on Monday Night, Nov. 4, 1940, 8 pm, issued by the Colored Democratic Club, Memphis, Tennessee, Dr. J.E. Walker, Chairman; T…

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  • Letter from Mrs. T. S. Brown to Mayor Crump

    Brown, Mrs. T. S

    Handwritten on letterhead of City Federation of Colored Women's Clubs, Memphis, Tennessee, Sept. 1, 1927.

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