Scope and Content Note
The photographs in this series reflect an array of personal and professional experiences and relationships, ranging from intimate family portraits to photos of prominent political and educational officials. There is a significant number of photographs documenting Helen James Chisholm's travels in Kona, Hawaii, as well as her colleagues and pupils at the Kamehameha School. There is also a large number of photographs relating to Frank Chisholm's work at Tuskegee Institute and with the United Negro College Fund.
Notable figures in this series are Ralph Bunche, receiving the Horatio Alger Award (1952) and Ann Petry (1939), and Eleanor Roosevelt with the Tuskegee Jubilee Singers (1938).
Organized into three subseries: (5.1) Family photographs, (5.2) Friends and colleagues, (5.3) Places and miscellaneous photographs