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MISCELLANEOUS, 1920-1963 (continued)
LOT 13115 Domestic Scenes, ca. 1948.
Views of women in domestic settings: bottlefeeding infants (using disposable bottles) and cooking. Includes one photo of the “Shellie Nurser” kit showing presterilized collapsible and disposable bottles. 5 photographic prints.
LOT 13115, nos. 1-5 (F)
LOT 13116 Arkansas Flood Areas and Residents, 1937 and 1941.
Scenes of Arkansas flood area and residents, showing half-submerged houses and buildings, telephone poles, streets; several photographs show children playing in the flood waters. One photograph shows an African American woman, her four children, and a dog--flood victims--in a box car near Elaine, Ark. 12 photographic prints.
1937, 1941
LOT 13116, nos. 1-12 (F)
LOT 13117 Florida Legislative Committee Investigation of the NAACP, 1957.
Informal portraits of groups and individuals relating to a Florida committee's investigation of the NAACP. Includes one photo of a U.S. post office. Includes one envelope addressed to Henry L. Moon, NAACP director of public relations (sent from Tampa, Fla., 11 Feb. 1957). 12 photographic prints.
LOT 13117, nos. 1-13 (F)
LOT 13118 Scenes of Interracial Relations, ca. 1950-ca. 1960.
Scenes showing interracial groups of all ages participating in various activities: art and dance classes, choirs, sports activities, family dinners, etc.--in the United States and in Germany. 16 photographic prints; 1 photomechanical print.
ca. 1950-ca. 1960
LOT 13118, nos. 1-17 (F)
LOT 13119 Roy Wilkins' Personal Snapshots, 1920-1938.
Winter scenes of flood area, victims, and relief at Paducah and Louisville, Ky., and at Memphis, Ark.--documenting the flooding of the Ohio and Mississippi Rivers. Photos of tent camps, levees, and flood-damaged buildings. Includes snapshots of NAACP New York City office flying a banner that reads “A MAN WAS LYNCHED YESTERDAY.” Also includes photographs taken at Livingston and Logan, Mont., and White Bear Lake, Minn. Prominent people include Mary McLeod Bethune, C.A. Franklin (in front of a St. Louis Call office), Thurgood Marshall, Walter White, and Roy Wilkins. Also includes photos of the George Washington Bridge (New York, N.Y.). 70 photographic prints; 32 contact prints (87 images). Organized into three subject categories: Flood area and victims; Portraits; Miscellaneous.
Flood area and victims
LOT 13119, nos. 1-31 (F)
Portraits, 1920-1938
LOT 13119, nos. 32-69 (F)
LOT 13119, nos. 70-102 (F)
LOT 13120 Art, Art Collections, Exhibits, Models, and Artists and Their Studios, 1924-1963, bulk 1940-1950.
Photos showing art, art collections, exhibits, models, and artists and their studios. Artists whose work is represented include Paul Arlt, Richmond Barthé, Anne Beadenkopf, Peter Cohen, John O'Hara Cosgrave II, Allan Rohan Crite, Lee Hill, Melvin Gray Johnson, William H. Johnson, Horace Pippin, Caroline S. Rohland, Vandercook (possibly), Ali Warren, and Ellis Wilson. Includes photos of portrait paintings of NAACP officials, including Juanita Jackson Mitchell, Thurgood Marshall, Walter White, and Roy Wilkins. Also includes photographs of portraits of prominent African American scientists and entertainers. Includes two sets of prints issued by the Harmon Foundation: “Sculpture by Richmond Barthé,” and “Portraits of Outstanding Americans of Negro Origin, Painted by Two Women Artists: Betsy Graves Reyneau and Laura Wheeler Waring.” Also includes photographs of artifacts in African art collections. 94 photographic prints; 41 photomechanical prints; 1 cyanotype. Organized into four subject categories: Art reproductions; Sculpture reproductions; Miscellaneous; Miscellaneous illustrations.
Art reproductions
General subjects
LOT 13120, nos. 1-13, (F)
General subjects
LOT 13120, nos. 14-15 (H)
LOT 13120, nos. 16-41 (H)
LOT 13120, nos. 42-52 (F)
Sculpture reproductions
L OT 13120, nos. 53-68 (F)
LOT 13120, nos. 69-114 (F)
Richmond Barthé reproductions published by the Harmon Foundation
LOT 13120, nos. 115-128 (H)
Miscellaneous, 1940-1948
LOT 13120, nos. 129-131 (F)
Miscellaneous illustrations (unidentified artists)
LOT 13120, nos. 132-136 (H)
LOT 13121 Youth Organizations and Activities, 1943-1954.
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
LOT 13121, nos. 1-4 (F)
4-H Club
LOT 13121, nos. 5-10 (F)
National Youth Administration/Stokowski Youth Orchestra
LOT 13121, nos. 11-22 (F)
LOT 13121, nos. 23 (F)
LOT 13122 Miscellaneous or Unidentified Subjects, 1938-ca. 1950.
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
LOT 13122, nos. 1-7 (F)
Identified miscellaneous subjects, 1935-1946
LOT 13122, nos. 8-12 (F)
Unidentified (no. 13 is in color)
LOT 13122, nos. 13-28 (F)
Oversize (no. 32 is in color)
LOT 13122, nos. 29-33 (H)
John F. Kennedy
LOT 13122, no. 35 (H)
EXHIBIT MATERIALS, ca. 1940-ca. 1960
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
LOT 13123, no. 1 (H)
Bunche, Ralph
LOT 13123, no. 2 (H)
Current, Gloster
LOT 13123, no. 3 (H)
Evers, Medgar
LOT 13123, no. 4 (H)
Hurley, Ruby
LOT 13123, no. 5 (H)
Jones, Madison
LOT 13123, no. 6 (H)
Kaplan, Kivie
LOT 13123, no. 7 (H)
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
LOT 13123, no. 8 (H)
Lampkin, Daisy
LOT 13123, no. 9 (H)
Laws, C.A.
LOT 13123, no. 10 (H)
Luper, Clara
LOT 13123, no. 11 (OSE)
Marshall, Thurgood
LOT 13123, no. 12 (H)
Mays, Benjamin
LOT 13123, no. 13 (H)
McKissick, Floyd D.
LOT 13123, no. 14 (OSE)
Mills, Herbert
LOT 13123, no. 15 (H)
Mitchell, Clarence
LOT 13123, no. 16 (H)
Mitchell, Clarence
LOT 13123, no. 17 (OSE)
Moon, Henry
LOT 13123, no. 18 (H)
Morsell, John
LOT 13123, no. 19 (H)
Posey, Barbara Ann
LOT 13123, no. 20 (OSE)
Raul, Joseph
LOT 13123, no. 21 (H)
Reuther, Walter
LOT 13123, no. 22 (H)
Robinson, Jackie
LOT 13123, no. 23 (H)
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