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TitleWelcoming Etta Moten Barnett to Knoxville, Tennessee
Date Created1940
Abstract1 tif Austin High School principal Thomas R. Davis (pictured foreground, left of center, outside the school), along with local students of all ages, welcomes to Knoxville s Vine Street of the 1940s the influential star of stage and screen, actress-singer Etta Moten Barnett (pictured center with flowers). Earlier that decade, Etta Moten had taken over the female lead in the revival of Porgy and Bess.
Subject: NameEtta Moten Barnett
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Physical LocationBeck Cultural Exchange Center, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleThe Gaseous Diffusion Plant at Oak Ridge
Date Created1945
Abstract This photograph is titled, "The Gaseous Diffusion Plant at Oak Ridge". The photograph shows an aerial view of the K-25 facility in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Subject: GeographicOak Ridge (Tenn.); Anderson County (Tenn.)
Subject: NameGaseous Diffusion Plant; K-25
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleTennessee School for the Deaf
CreatorTennessee School for the Deaf, Attributed name
Date Created1870
AbstractThis photograph shows the residents of the Tennessee School for the Deaf in Knoxville, Tenn., standing on the stairs outside of their building. The photograph is signed by Negly Stewart and is undated. Inscribed in light pencil, the caption under the photo reads, "Deaf and Dumb Asylum, Knoxville, Tenn."
Subject: TopicDeaf -- Education -- Tennessee; Photographs; social reform
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Physical LocationSpecial Collections, Hoskins Library, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN., Knoxville, TN
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TitleFamily portrait
Date Created1900
AbstractFamiliy portrait of a young African-American family of five. Inscription at bottom reads: "The Rev't...Wallace." The portrait is part of the African-American photography collection in which most photographs are from the Knoxville area of east Tennessee.
Subject: TopicAfrican Americans -- Tennessee; Portrait Photography -- United States
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Physical LocationSpecial Collections, Hoskins Library, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
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TitlePortrait of a Couple
CreatorL. D. Fagg, Attributed name
Date Created1890
AbstractPortrait of a couple labeled "Charles and Mary - Maryville, Tenn." Photo signed by "L.D. Fagg."
Subject: GeographicMARYVILLE (TENN.)
Subject: TopicAfrican Americans -- Tennessee; Couples; African Americans.
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Physical LocationSpecial Collections, Hoskins Library, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
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TitlePortrait of an African-American woman
Date Created1900
AbstractHas the confusing inscription "To E. Anna Green. of Vonore. Tenn. Lived with-out-In.Sam-McGee's.Home.Broth."
Subject: Geographic Vonore (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicAfrican Americans -- Tennessee
Subject: NameAnna Green
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Physical LocationSpecial Collections, Hoskins Library, University of Tennessee, Knoxvlle, TN
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TitlePortrait of Pauline Fagg Eden
Date Created1900
AbstractPortrait of Pauline Fagg Eden. Photograph is signed with the name, "Fagg".
Subject: TopicAfrican American women -- Tennessee; Portrait photographs; African Americans.; Women.
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Physical LocationSpecial Collections, Hoskins Library, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
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TitleAustin High School
Date Created1912
AbstractThis is a photograph of the Austin High School, Class of 1913, 8th Grade.
Subject: GeographicKnoxville (Tenn.); Knoxville (Tenn.) -- Public Schools
Subject: TopicHigh school students; School children; African Americans.; Education.; Knoxville.
Subject: NameAustin High School
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleDr. C.S. Boyd
CreatorC. S. Boyd, Associated name
Date Created1900
AbstractPhotograph of Dr. C.S. Boyd, a dentist with a practice on Vine Street in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Subject: GeographicKnoxville (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicAfrican Americans.
Subject: NameBoyd, C.S.
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleGroup Portrait
Date Created1900
AbstractThis posed group mounted photograph comes from a collection of 66 photographs that shows educated and successful African-Americans living in Knoxville between the approximate dates of 1900-1910. As indicated on the photograph in the first row, 5th from the left, is Dr. C. S. Boyd, a dentist who maintained a successful office in Knoxville at this time.
Subject: GeographicKnoxville (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicAfrican Americans.; Knoxville.; Women.
Subject: NameDr. C. S. Boyd
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleDr. C.S. Boyd in his dentist's office
Date Created1900
AbstractDr. C. S. Boyd in his dentist's office.
Subject: GeographicKnoxville (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicDentist's office; Dentistry; African Americans.; Knoxville.
Subject: NameDr. C. S. Boyd
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleGroup photograph in Keblah Temple no. 78
CreatorBrowder Studios, Photographer
Date Created1900
AbstractAfrican American fraternal organization related to the Ancient Egyptian Arabic Order Nobles Mystic Shrine. This parent organization was originally formed in 1872. This photo was taken in the Keblah Temple in Knoxville, Tennessee.
Subject: GeographicKnoxville (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicNobles of the Mystic Shrine; African Americans.; Knoxville.
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleSigned photograph of William Gannaway Brownlow
CreatorWilliam Gannnaway Brownlow, Associated name
Date Created1836
AbstractSigned photograph of William G. Brownlow, a famous anti-Confederate Tennessean.
Subject: NameBROWNLOW, WILLIAM GANNAWAY, - 1805-1877
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitlePortrait of William Gannaway Brownlow
CreatorWilliam Gannaway Brownlow, Associated name
Date Created1836
AbstractPortrait of William Gannaway Brownlow, a famous anti-Confederate Tennessean.
Subject: NameBROWNLOW, WILLIAM GANNAWAY, - 1805-1877
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleCartoon of Andrew Johnson
CreatorThomas Nast, Illustrator
Date Created1865
AbstractFrom: Harper's Weekly, v.9, no.463, November 11, 1865. At head, left, and right margins: "Boorish tailor, drunken beast, patriot, statesman, Jackson; Beastly instincts, demagogical habits, boorish mind; 'Not one word or act of his which a national democrat would not defend.'" Caption quotations located at four corners.
Subject: TopicCartoons -- United States -- 19th century -- Dawings ; Political cartoons; Editorial cartoons 1860-1870; Political cartoons 1860-1870
Subject: NameJohnson, Andrew, 1808-1875
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Physical LocationSpecial Collections, Hoskins Library, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, TN
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TitleRugby Colony Photograph, circa 1880s
Date Created1880
AbstractThis collection consists of one 8x10 black-and-white photograph of members of the Rugby Colony in Morgan County, Tennessee, participating in a summer outing. The Rugby Colony was founded by English author and social reformer Thomas Hughes and was officially christened on October 5, 1880. The colony dissolved in the early 1890's due to a number of obstacles they had faced in preceding years.
Subject: GeographicRugby (Tenn.) -- Photographs; Rugby Colony
Subject: TopicPicnics; Utopian community
Subject: NameHughes, Thomas, 1822-1896
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleTwo photos of Annual Conference of State Agents
CreatorVirginia Pearl Moore
Date CreatedNovember, 1917
AbstractOne photograph of an assembly of state home demonstration agents in Washington, D.C. at an annual conference dated November, 1917. The other photograph is of Virginia P. Moore at this same conference.
Subject: TopicHome demonstration work; Home food processing
Subject: NameMoore, Virginia P. (Virginia Pearl)
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitlePhotograph of the Tomato Girls Club
Date Created1914
AbstractTypewritten text on reverse of photo "Views of the club members and friends and special coach bound for State Fair at Jackson, Miss. in 1914. Harrison Co., exhibit won the Blue Ribbon and first prize over all other counties in the state."
Subject: NameTomato Girls Club
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitlePhotograph of items for sewing exhibit
Date Created1922
AbstractHandwritten notation on front of photograph reads "group at Spring Sewing exhibit 1922 Lafayette Co"
Subject: TopicHome Demonstration Agents
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitlePhotograph of William Jennings Bryan
Date Created1925
AbstractPhotograph of William Jennings Bryan stepping off a train arriving for the Scopes Trial.
Subject: GeographicRhea County (Tenn.) -- Photographs
Subject: NameBryan, William Jennings, 1860-1925
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitlePhotograph of Old Rhea County High School
Date Created1925
AbstractPhotograph of Old Rhea County High School (now torn down) where teacher, John Thomas Scopes taught evolutionary theory.
Subject: GeographicRhea County (Tenn.) -- Photographs
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitlePhotograph of an evangelist
Date Created1925
AbstractPhotograph of an unidentified evangelist conducting an impromptu revival.
Subject: GeographicRhea County (Tenn.) -- Photographs
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitlePhotograph of Clarence Darrow
Date Created1925
AbstractPhotograph of Clarence Darrow arriving at Hotel Aqua, also featuring Carroll Tallent, a student of Scopes and later City and County School Superintendent.
Subject: GeographicRhea County (Tenn.) -- Photographs
Subject: NameDarrow, Clarence, 1857-1938
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Physical LocationUniversity of Tennessee Special Collections Library, Knoxville, Tennessee
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TitleUnion Soldiers
CreatorH.A. Balch, Photographer
Date CreatedApril 30, 1866
AbstractA 1866 composite print of Union Soldiers from Fort Pickering in Memphis, TN. The print is stamped on front with the following information. "H.A. Balch, 249 Main St., Memphis, April 30, 1866." The print was donated by Mrs. Adam Izzo. Box 1, Folder 1
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleMemphis Before The War
CreatorPorte Crayton, Artist
Date CreatedMarch 15, 1862
AbstractThree color sketches from Harper's Weekley. Old Battery at the Navy Yard, Steamboat Landing, and The Cotton Levee. MC 42, Folder 1, Item 1f
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- History -- Pictorial Works
Subject: TopicAmerican Civil War
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleThe Levee at Memphis, Tennessee
CreatorAlex Simplot, Author
Date CreatedJuly 5, 1862
AbstractTwo sketches from the magazine Harper's Weekly. The first is titled "The Levee at Memphis, Tenn.--Hauling Sugar and Cotton from their Hiding-Places for Shipment North." The second, "General View of Cumberland Gap, Tennessee" was sketched by Dr. B. Howard.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- Periodicals
Subject: TopicAmerican Civil War
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleConvention of Cotton Planters
CreatorFrederick T Anderson, Illustrator
Date CreatedJune 25, 1881
AbstractA sketch for Harper's Weekly depicting the Convention of Cotton Planters in Memphis, TN. Representatives from other states include Mississippi, Louisiana, and Georgia.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- Industries
Subject: TopicAgriculture
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleMardi Gras in Memphis
CreatorMemphis Moyston, Photographer
Date CreatedMarch 23, 1878
AbstractA sketch of floats from the Mardi Gras parade in Memphis, TN in the processions of the Ulks and the Mystik Memphi. The images were drawn from photos by Moyston Memphis.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- Social Life And Customs
Subject: TopicMardi Gras
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleYellow Fever in Memphis
Date CreatedAugust 23, 1879
AbstractA page from Frank Leslie's illustrated Newspaper with two sketches of Father Mathew Yellow Fever Camp near Memphis, TN. The top illustration shows the Sisters of Charity breaking down the camp, and the bottom illustration shows conditions during the epidemic. An article about the camp follows.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- Yellow Fever, 1878
Subject: TopicYellow fever
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleArrest of Yellow Fever Refugees
Date CreatedAugust 23, 1879
AbstractA sketch from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. The full caption of the sketch is "Tennessee - Arrest of Yellow Fever Refugees by the Safety Patrol of Memphis." The image is of two men with guns approaching an unarmed family at a refugee camp.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- Yellow Fever, 1878
Subject: TopicYellow fever
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleMemphis Under Quarantine
CreatorMoise , Illustrator
Date CreatedSeptember 20, 1879
AbstractA sketch from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. The full caption is "Tennessee - Memphis under quarantine rule - Sisters of Charity Administering to Sick and Dying Victims of Yellow Fever." The image features a nun at thet door of a home with a sick husband lying in bed, while a child clings to her mother's apron.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- Yellow Fever, 1878
Subject: TopicYellow fever
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleForrest's Raid
CreatorGeorge H Ellsbury, Illustrator
Date CreatedSeptember 10, 1864
AbstractThree sketches from Harper's Weekly of Confederate General Nathan Bedford Forrest's raid of Memphis, TN. Two separate incidents of gunfire are shown at a house and a prison.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Subject: TopicAmerican Civil War
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleMemphis
CreatorAlexander Simplot, Illustrator
Date CreatedJuly 4, 1862
AbstractThree sketches of events in Memphis, Tennessee, from Harper's Weekly depicting scenes and conflicts during the civil war. Pictures include hoisting an American flag over the post office, the defaced monument to Andrew Jackson, and a fleet of ships on the Mississippi River.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Subject: TopicUnited States Civil War, 1861-1865; Riots
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleMassacre at Fort Pillow
Date CreatedApril 30, 1864
AbstractA sketch from Harper's Weekly graphically depicting Confederate soldiers taking part in what becamce known as "the massacre at Fort Pillow" in Henning, TN, against an infantry of African American soldiers.
Subject: GeographicHenning (Tenn.) -- History
Subject: TopicUnited States Civil War, 1861-1865
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleGrant's Army
CreatorF B Achell, Illustrator
Date CreatedJune 27, 1863
AbstractA sketch from Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper. The full caption reads "Re-enforcements for Grant's army leaving Memphis, Tenn." It features a steamer leaving a port in Memphis.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Subject: TopicUnited States Civil War, 1861-1865; River steamers Mississippi River
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleNaval Battle at Memphis
CreatorAlex Simplot, Illustrator
Date CreatedJuly 28, 1862
AbstractTwo sketches from Harper's Weekly of naval actions at Memphis, TN. One displays the wreckage of the closing scence, and the other shows Ellets Ram approaching the city of Memphis to demand its surrender.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.) -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865
Subject: TopicUnited States Civil War, 1861-1865; Naval battles
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks at Freedom Rally, Memphis, TN
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date CreatedJuly 31, 1959
AbstractDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks at Freedom Rally in support of local candidates.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th Century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis
Subject: NameKing, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleBlack civil rights activists march while segregationists protest
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date Created1960
AbstractBlack civil rights activists march while segregationists protest, on Main Street in Memphis, Tennessee.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights -- demonstrations -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleCivil rights march on Main Street, Memphis, Tennessee
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date Created1960
AbstractTwo ministers, possibly Father Lyke and Bishop Henry C. Bunton, lead civil rights marchers.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights; Civil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. shakes hands with Benjamin L. Hooks
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date CreatedJuly 31, 1959
AbstractDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. shakes hands with Benjamin L. Hooks at the Freedom Rally in Memphis, Tennessee. July 31, 1959.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th Century -- Pictorial works
Subject: NameKing, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968; Hooks, Benjamin L., 1925-
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleDemonstration during public school boycott
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date Created1969
AbstractLaurie Sugarmon and Rev. Ezekial Bell lead demonstrations during the public school boycott, fall of 1969.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
Subject: NameBell, Ezekial; Sugarmon, Laurie
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleBlack college and high school students arrested during demonstration
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date Created1950
AbstractBlack college and high school students arrested during 1950s Civil Rights demonstration.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th Century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleCivil rights marchers picket Cotton Carnival
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date Created1960
AbstractCivil rights marchers picket segregated Cotton Carnival.Sign in forefront reads, Why spend your money at a Segregationist Second-Rate Carnival.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleWhite segregationists stage counter protest
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date Created1960
AbstractWhite segregationists stage counter protest. A car drives by with a man holding a sign that reads, "Civil Rights For Whites."
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Daisy Bates address Freedom Rally
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date CreatedJuly 31, 1959
AbstractDr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Mrs. Daisy Bates address Freedom Rally. In background is banner with photographs of candidates (L-R); Russell Sugarmon, Benjamin Hooks, Roy Love, Henry C. Banton. Mrs. Bates was leader of the Little Rock, Ark. NAACP movement to integrate Central High School.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights
Subject: NameKing, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968; Bates, Daisy
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleStudents conduct a lunch counter sit-in
CreatorErnest C Withers, Photographer
Date Created1960
AbstractStudents from LeMoyne College and Owen College conduct a lunch counter sit-in. Downtown Memphis. Employee installing sign stating "This counter closed".
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
Subject: NameLeMoyne College; Owen College
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleShattered window and door of the Tri-State Defender newspaper
Date Created1960
AbstractShattered window and door of the Tri-State Defender Newspaper office.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleMaxine A. Smith at downtown business boycott
Date Created1960
AbstractMaxine A. Smith at downtown business boycott. She was Executive Secretary of the Memphis branch of the NAACP.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicNational Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Civil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
Subject: NameSmith, Maxine A.
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleBeale Street civil rights march
Date Created1960
AbstractCivil rights march down Beale Street. Banners visible for NAACP and LeMoyne-Owen college.
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; National Association for the Advancement of Colored People; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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TitleWhite "Santa Claus" walks with four black children during Economic Boycott march
Date Created1960
AbstractWhite man dressed as Santa Claus walks with four black children during Economic Boycott March. Signs read (L to R), "No Matter how hard you try you can't stop us now!!!!", "Santa's Friends In Jail DON'T SHOP", "Black People, We Need Togetherness Don't Shop Boycott"
Subject: GeographicMemphis (Tenn.)
Subject: TopicCivil rights -- Tennessee -- Memphis; Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Memphis -- History -- 20th century -- Pictorial works; Civil rights
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Physical LocationMemphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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