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Series 3
Photograph albums/Scrapbooks, 1880-1971
Box 81-84, OP14, BV 1-13, and OBV 1-3

Scope and Content Note

The series consists of photograph albums from circa 1880-1970s. The photograph albums document African Americans at leisure and at work. Several depict educational institutions and college life, travels, and military service.

Arrangement Note

Arranged by type and then in alphabetical order.

Photograph albums
Box Folder Content
81 Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1900
BV1 Bryant, Samuel (?), includes Fessenden Academy (Martin, Florida) and Lincoln University (Oxford, Pennsylvania), circa 1930-1940s
81 Calhoun Colored School, Alabama, circa 1890-1900
81 Chicago, Illinois?, circa 1920
BV2 Dade, Donald U., United States Air Force, circa 1950-1960
OBV1 H.W. Walter Home, Holly Springs, Mississippi, Headquarters of General Grant during the War Between the States, no date
81 Hairston, Cadaine, East Rutherford, New Jersey, circa 1920
82 Hampton Normal & Agricultural Institute, Virginia, circa 1880-1890
82 Houston Compress Company, Texas, circa 1920
82 James, Saul B., Ohio State University, circa 1920
BV3 Kipling School, Chicago, Illinois, music teacher, circa 1940s, 1963-1967
BV4 Lawrence, Edith, "This is Medical Work. A Study in Pictures, primarily intended for Perspective medical society work students, concerning the activities of medical social worker's in the field," thesis, Western Reserve University, January 2, 1946
BV5 Links, Inc., South Jersey Chapter, circa 1961-1971
BV6 Moreno, Arturo, Cuban photographer, circa 1940-1960
82 Palmer, Rutherford, circa 1920 [also includes "An Address: The Negro and Religion,: delivered by Rev. C.D. Henderson, to the Ministerial Conference White, New Castle, Pennsylvania, no date
82 Phillis Wheatley High School, Houston, Texas, 1930-1933
83 Randolph-Mahand family, circa 1949-1955
83 Seattle, Washington, 1939-1941
BV7 Smith, Bianche, Waterloo, Iowa, circa 1920-1930
83 Smith, Helen and Ruth, New Bedford, Massachusetts, 1910-1920
83 South Pines, North Carolina, circa 1910-1920
OBV2 Unknown, Hospital, nurses, friends and family, circa 1930-1940
OBV3 United States Army, Ryukyu Island, circa 1950-1960
BV8 Valentine, Harold L., World War II, Guam, Harmon Field, circa 1941-1945
83 Voorhees Normal and Industrial School, Denmark, South Carolina, circa 1913
BV9-11 World War II, occupied France, circa 1945-1946
Loose photograph album pages
84 1 Bryant, Dolly, 1917
84 2 Chicago, Illinois street scenes, 1941-1942
84 3 Grady, H. William ("Bill"), United States Ammunition Dump basketball team and baseball team, circa 1944
84 4 "Hallie," circa 1900s
84 5 Jesse Stone and His Blue Serenaders, circa 1930s
OP14 21 Three African American children
84 6 Unidentified boy, no date
84 7 Unidentified woman, St. Louis, Missouri and New York City, circa 1906
84 8 Voorhees Normal and Industrial School, Denmark, South Carolina, circa 1910s
BV12 "And Dedicated to the Proposition that all Men are Created Equal," circa 1942-1944
84 9 Shaw, Elijah W., circa 1920s
BV13 Shaw, Elijah W., Ruscoe-Hockwald's Georgia Minstrels, route book and scrapbook, 1917-1943