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MISCELLANEOUS, 1920-1963 (continued)
Youth Organizations and Activities, 1943-1954. (continued)
Youth Organizations and Activities, 1943-1954. (continued)
Photos showing youth groups and activities. Includes photos of Boy Scouts, 4-H Club groups, and the Stokowski Youth Orchestra. Includes photographs of Leopold Stokowski. 23 photographic prints. Organized into four subject categories: Boy Scouts; 4-H Club; National Youth Administration/Stokowski Youth Orchestra; Miscellaneous.
Boy Scouts
Call No.: LOT 13121, nos. 1-4 (F)
4-H Club
Call No.: LOT 13121, nos. 5-10 (F)
National Youth Administration/Stokowski Youth Orchestra
Call No.: LOT 13121, nos. 11-22 (F)
Miscellaneous
Call No.: LOT 13121, nos. 23 (F)
Miscellaneous or Unidentified Subjects, 1938-ca. 1950.
Call No.: LOT 13122 (F) (H)
Includes publicity photos showing New York State historic documents displayed on the "Freedom Train," a traveling exhibit on freedom in the United States; reproduction of a map of the underground railroad in Indiana; office interior and printing presses at unidentified location; NAACP staff Daniel E. Byrd at unidentified location, talking with woman identified as Selma Taylor; seven prints from original negatives found in an envelope marked "Bequest, Edward S. Kimbrough," which show an unidentified man standing alone in a street; reproduction of a scene in the House of Representatives after passage of the amendment abolishing slavery in 1865; illustration page from a German periodical reproducing photos of lynchings and riots in the United States and a portrait of Franklin Roosevelt with a balloon caption in German: "I can hardly believe this kind of thing can happen in civilized society in the 20th century." 31 photographic prints; 11 prints. Organized into five subject categories: Freedom Train; Identified miscellaneous; Unidentified; Oversize; John F. Kennedy.
Freedom Train
Call No.: LOT 13122, nos. 1-7 (F)
Identified miscellaneous subjects, 1935-1946
Call No.: LOT 13122, nos. 8-12 (F)
Unidentified (no. 13 is in color)
Call No.: LOT 13122, nos. 13-28 (F)
Oversize (no. 32 is in color)
Call No.: LOT 13122, nos. 29-33 (H)
John F. Kennedy
Call No.: LOT 13122, no. 35 (H)
EXHIBIT MATERIALS, ca. 1940-ca. 1960
Call No.: LOT 13123
Panels used as exhibit materials, ca. 1940-ca. 1960. Primarily photographs and photomechanical prints of NAACP staff, campaigns, and events, mounted on heavy board and used for exhibit purposes. Photos represent a broad range of NAACP administrative and civil rights activities. Mounted portraits of NAACP executive staff, civil rights leaders, and defendants in civil rights and criminal cases; some fundraising, and life membership campaign activities. 75 photographic prints. Organized into five subject categories: Individual portraits; Unidentified portraits; Group portraits; Campaigns; Miscellaneous.
Individual portraits
Belafonte, Margurite
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 1 (H)
Bunche, Ralph
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 2 (H)
Current, Gloster
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 3 (H)
Evers, Medgar
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 4 (H)
Hurley, Ruby
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 5 (H)
Jones, Madison
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 6 (H)
Kaplan, Kivie
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 7 (H)
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 8 (H)
Lampkin, Daisy
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 9 (H)
Laws, C.A.
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 10 (H)
Luper, Clara
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 11 (OSE)
Marshall, Thurgood
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 12 (H)
Mays, Benjamin
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 13 (H)
McKissick, Floyd D.
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 14 (OSE)
Mills, Herbert
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 15 (H)
Mitchell, Clarence
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 16 (H)
Mitchell, Clarence
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 17 (OSE)
Moon, Henry
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 18 (H)
Morsell, John
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 19 (H)
Posey, Barbara Ann
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 20 (OSE)
Raul, Joseph
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 21 (H)
Reuther, Walter
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 22 (H)
Robinson, Jackie
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 23 (H)
Spingarn, Arthur
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 24 (H)
Spingarn, Arthur
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 25 (OSE)
Spottswood, Stephen Gill
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 26 (OSE)
Till, Emmett
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 27 (H)
Tobias, Channing
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 28 (H)
Wilkins, Roy
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 29 (H)
Wilkins, Roy
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 30 (OSE)
Williams, Franklin
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 31 (H)
Wright, Herbert
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 32 (H)
Unidentified portraits
Unidentified portraits
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 33-35 (H)
Group Portraits
Protest, High Point, N.C.
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 36 (OSE)
General
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 37-38 (H)
Freedom Fund, general fundraising (Jackie Robinson)
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 39-40 (H)
Life membership
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 41-43 (H)
Campaigns
W. Irvin, C. Greenlee, S. Shepherd; Groveland, Fla., 1949
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 44 (H)
Education
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 45-53 (H)
Employment
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 54-57 (H)
Housing
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 58-59 (H)
Henry Shepherd home burned by mob, Groveland, Fla.
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 60 (H)
Lynching
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 61-62 (H)
Public accommodations (Rosa Parks)
Call No.: LOT 13123, no. 63 (H)
Voting
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 64-65 (H)
Civil rights mobilization
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 66-68 (H)
Military
Call No.: LOT 13123, nos. 69-70 (H)
Miscellaneous
"Th e Mother" by Richmond Barthé
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