Item #17782 African American Photograph Archive including civil rights attorney Arthur Shores and Jesse Jackson. 1963-1973. Photographs AFRICAN AMERICANA.
African American Photograph Archive including civil rights attorney Arthur Shores and Jesse Jackson. 1963-1973
African American Photograph Archive including civil rights attorney Arthur Shores and Jesse Jackson. 1963-1973

African American Photograph Archive including civil rights attorney Arthur Shores and Jesse Jackson. 1963-1973

Photo Archive

[AFRICAN AMERICANA]. Archive of 10 items,mostly original silver gelatin press photographs of high profile African Americans, including civil rights attorney Arthur Shores, Stevie Wonder, and Jesse Jackson. The photos are from UPI. Includes 7 x 9 in. silver gelatin photograph of Arthur Shores with note stating his home was bombed on 20 Aug. 1963. Shores guided the admission of African American students James Hood and Vivian Malone to the University of Alabama. --also includes 5 x 7 in. silver gelatin photograph of Jesse Jackson and three others, one of which is Coretta Scott King, all receiving an award from Nabisco Brands, Inc. Also includes -- 7 1/4 x 9 1/4 in. photograph, on verso "Roberta Flack / feb. - 26 - 1973." -and another - 7 1/2 x 9 1/4 in. photograph, not identified, of a younger woman and older gentleman. -- UPI, publisher. 8 x 10 in. silver gelatin press photograph, with identification of Lionel Hampton and Vivian Reed at a party following her opening in "It's So Nice to Be Civilized" on Broadway, dated 6-6-80. -- Silver gelatin photograph on PBS advertising of Roberta Flack in concert, 22 April (1972?). The concert aired on PBS stations in July 1972. -- 5 x 7 in. silver gelatin photograph of a group of mostly African Americans singing (a bit out of focus). -- UNIVERSITY STUDIO, photographers. 5 x 7 in. silver gelatin photograph of people lined up at a Woolworth's, entering under a sign reading "Luncheonette," likely during the sit-in at the Greensboro lunch counter in 1960 (or a recreation of it). Greensboro, NC. Press photos were taken within tight timeframes by photojournalists for the benefit of particular editorial boards and used by the press to illustrate articles with an impact on public opinion. Comes with: Postcard (color) with title "Ante Bellum Auntie, New Orleans, La." Image of an older African American woman leaning on her cane. Used on verso (message in German). -- Hawkins, Walter. Love Alive. Waco, TX: Lexicon Music, Inc. Music recorded by Walter Hawkins and the Love Center Choir. Booklet 6.75 x 10.25, printed paper wraps, 60pp. wrappers worn, separating from text block.

Item #17782

Price: $300.00