Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:
African American family and World War II photograph album
African American family photograph album
African American Family photographs
This collection consists of a photograph folder containing six 4x4 inch photographs of an unidentified African American family in Greenville, South Carolina, circa 1950s. The photographs includes three different snapshots of a pre-school aged child on a tricycle, one of the child in a push carriage, one of a young man with both the chilid and a dog on his lap and two older men in the background, and one of a man sitting on a bicycle.
B. H. Hudson letter to W. M. Scarborough
This collection consists of a letter sent by B. H. Hudson, cashier at Alabama Penny Savings and Loan Co. in Birmingham, Ala., to W. M. Scarborough, a customer of the bank. Hudson informs Scarborough that his note of $5.40 plus interest is overdue. He further states that if the note isn't paid, the bank may proceed with legal action.
Colored Department of Norfolk and Western Railroad Y.M.C.A. photograph
This photograph depicts 15 African Americans standing in front of a building with a sign reading "Colored Department / N. [and] W. R.R. Y.M.C.A. / A Farewell to the / Colored Liberty / Fellows by the / Y.M.C.A. / Oct. 28 330 pm."
Queen Toy Spiritual Band broadside
This collection consists of a broadisde advertising the Queen Toy Spiritual Band of Parkersburg, West Virginia. This particular broadside does not include a performance venue or date. It does include a photograph of the band, which was primarily composed of children with a few adults. According to the broadside, the band made "real music on toy instruments and sing old time hymns and negro spirituals in a new and most original way." The broadside is dated circa 1940.
Reverend William M. S. McCutcheon broadside
This collection consists of a broadside highlighting the experience of Reverend William M. S. McCutcheon, pastor of Tabernacle Missionary Baptist Church in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It lists his professional affiliations and an image of him.
Silver Hook Fishing Club photograph
Wanted Posters (Alabama)
This collection consists of five wanted posters, from different parts of Alabama, seeking African American men accused of committing crimes. The range in date from 1903-1906. Only one includes a photograph of the wanted individual.