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Henry and Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner Civil Rights Movement Collection

 Collection
Identifier: M502

Scope and Contents

The Henry and Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner Civil Rights Movement Collection is a fascinating group of materials that give an in depth look into the Civil Rights Movement, specifically in Holmes County Mississippi.

Dates

  • 1900s
  • 1940s–1950s
  • Majority of material found within 1960s–2010s; Undated

Creator

Conditions Governing Access

Noncirculating; available for research.

Conditions Governing Use

This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Biographical / Historical

Susan Harris Sadoff met Henry Lorenzi in 1962 when they both worked in the aircraft industry in southern California. Henry was a nuclear physicist and Sue was a temporary college dropout. In June of 1964, Sue graduated from the University of California-Berkeley with a Bachelors of Arts degree in Political Science & Journalism. They married on June 11, 1964 and made plans to move to Mississippi to become civil rights workers.

In September of 1964, Henry and Sue Lorenzi arrived in Holmes County Mississippi. According to the Forward in Thunder of Freedom, “they staffed the community centers, taught in the new ‘freedom schools,’ and helped organize the Freedom Democratic Party, which challenged the state’s white-supremacist delegation at the Democrats’ national convention in Atlantic City.” Both were a part of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi from the fall of 1964 to the summer of 1969.

Henry and Sue assisted with the community center at Mileston and set up the political process through neighborhood block captains and precinct captains. According to the “Reflections on the Local Movement” in Thunder of Freedom, Lawrence Guyot states that “Sue-and-Henry were the catalyst that built the most powerful black political organization possible in Holmes County.”

According to Sue’s website on changing their last names “in 1972, Henry and I legally changed our names from Lorenzi to Sojourner. I sign my Holmes County photography and writing work as ‘Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner.’” In a letter to Henry from Sue on April 3, 1972, she told him that she “stumbled upon SOJOURNER which to me means seeker, searcher, wandering, traveling, struggle, freedom emancipation, truth, and evoking woman.”

Throughout the collection, Sue uses various names. The most common names are Sue Sojourner and Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner. Other forms of her name are: Susan Sadoff Lorenzi; Susan H. Sadoff Lorenzi; Susan Hasalo (Lorenzi) Sojourner; Susan Lorenzi; Susan Harris Sadoff Lorenzi; and Susan H. Sojourner.

After Henry’s death in 1982, Sue opened the boxes of their material for the first time since leaving Holmes County. In 1984, Demitri Shimkin, professor of Anthropology and Geography at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, who worked closely with Henry and the Holmes Movement leaders suggested to Sue that she prepare a paper for the 1985 American Anthropological Association at the annual meeting in Washington, D.C.. He continued to assist and encourage Sue on various writing such as “The Fear Papers”, “The Some People of That Place”, and even her book The Thunder of Freedom . Dimitri and his son Alex (Alec) were heavily involved in the Mississippi Civil Rights movement in the late sixties helping the Movement leaders and Henry in health and development programs such as the Milton Olive III Memorial Corporation and the Holmes County Health Research Program. These two programs were operated by local leaders and funded by UI-guided (University of Illinois) grants.

Sue Sojourner’s website briefly describes her and her evolution of writing the book Thunder of Freedom: Black Leadership and the Transformation of 1960s Mississippi . It states:

Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner is a veteran of the civil rights movement who worked from fall 1964 through summer 1969 to help the black Holmes County, Mississippians build a viable, powerful, and effective political and social movement. Thunder of Freedom: Black Leadership and the Transformation of 1960s Mississippi , her book which was written in collaboration with Cheryl Reitan, was published in January 2013 by University Press of Kentucky. She has produced two photography exhibitions using reproductions of her original 1960s photographs.

About Sue: The world’s eyes were on Mississippi during the summer of 1964, when civil rights activists launched an ambitious African American voter registration project and were met with violent resistance from white supremacists. Sue Sojourner and her husband arrived in Holmes County, Mississippi, in the wake of this historic time, known as ‘Freedom Summer.’

From September 1964 until her departure from the state in 1969, Sojourner collected an incredible number of documents, oral histories, and photographs chronicling the dramatic events that she witnessed. In this remarkable book, Sojourner and Reitan present a fascinating account of one of the civil rights movement’s most active and broad-based community organizing operations in the South.

Thunder of Freedom unites Sojourner’s personal experiences with her insights regarding the dynamics of race relations in the 1960s South, providing readers with a unique look at the struggle for rights and equality in Mississippi. Illustrated with selections from Sojourner’s acclaimed catalog of photographs, this profound book tells the powerful, often intimate stories of ordinary people who accomplished extraordinary things.


According to http://www.crmvet.org, Sue Sojourner describes the process of her book that would eventually lead to exhibitions. It states:

I wanted to publish the words of the local leaders that I'd taken down in the midst of the struggle — to put together the story of their organizing achievement. Strong, growing, they lived through real danger and fear, survived and built one of the most effective grassroots Movements in the state. They'd changed their lives — and not just for each individually, but for all their people.

By fall 2003, I'd completed a third of a first-draft book manuscript, Listening: The Local People Speak or The Movement and Their Lives — Turnbow, Carnegie, Hayes, and the First 14: Getting Organized in Holmes Co., Mississippi, 1963-1967 . I'd also become recognized as a photographer, based on my 100s of black-and- white stills of Movement and community people in Holmes County.

During our first years in Holmes — the most dangerous ones of 1964-65 — survival was as much our work as voter registration, the community center, school integration, and creating the Freedom Democratic Party. For workir organizers, taking photos was not a priority — staying alive was of greater interest. So not until the last year of our five in the county did I make the images to document the times and illustrate our someday book.

My first public works are several documentary photography exhibits I've created and shown in art museums, elementary schools, community centers, storefronts, colleges, and universities.

“THE SOME PEOPLE OF THAT PLACE: 1960s Holmes Co., Mississippi — The Local Black People and Their Civil Rights Movement” has been on tour with more than 60 photographs, documents and text.

First produced in 1999 by the U. of Minnesota Duluth's Tweed Museum of Art, I expanded and made it tour-worthy to take it "home" to Holmes in 2001. Displayed there and in Jackson and DC, it starts a second tour in 2004 with a showing for Black and Women's History Months at the U. of Wisconsin Superior. It's available for scheduling by contacting me.

A smaller exhibit — "GOT TO THINKING...How the Black People of 1960s Holmes Co., Mississippi Organized Their Civil Rights Movement" — was commissioned by a nonprofit national training center for organizers in domestic violence intervention. On permanent display in their downtown Duluth offices.

In 2004, I continue writing Listening: ... while also focusing my lenses on the people in today's African-American, peace, labor, feminist, and lesbian Movements in the Duluth area. In addition, trees, rocks, and water call to my camera, though usually as individuals rather than in landscapes. As always, I'm drawn to people, their faces, their whole bodies, living their lives. Making images of all these Beings, then telling their names is my way of honoring their existence.
From about 1981 to 1996, Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner lived in Washington, D.C. She now resides in Minnesota with her son, Aaron Sojourner.

Extent

69.87 Cubic Feet

Language of Materials

English

Overview

The Henry and Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner Civil Rights Movement Collection contains a vast array of materials from during and after the [Lorenzi] Sojourner’s time in Holmes County, Mississippi, during the Freedom Summer of 1964. This collection would be of interest to researchers studying the Civil Rights Movement, Mississippi history, and Freedom Summer.

Arrangement

The collection starts out with the first two series concerning health and public welfare then to agriculture and industry. It also concentrates on Henry Lorenzi’s research on health.

Next are various material on Henry and Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner’s involvement in the Holmes County Community Center and school desegregation. The community center assisted in countless aspects in county development from various meetings to programs for children and social events to establishing a kindergarten to just to name a few.

The fourth series covers a wide range of political topics and issues. Henry and Sue helped set up neighborhood block captains and precinct captains. Additionally, there is quite a bit of information on the 1967 election campaign.

The next series contains the works of Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner. It contains her writing for her exhibitions, her book Thunder of Freedom: Black Leadership and the Transformation of 1960s Mississippi, and oral histories. It also encompasses rough drafts of these documents.

The sixth series contains information that does not fit in a particular series. It has a wide range of material from the Vietnam War to other general civil rights material to Sue Sojourner’s various written notes.

The seventh series is correspondence. The series is divided by subject matter then arranged chronologically.

The following series are copied newspapers ranging from not only The Holmes County Herald and The Lexington Advertiser but also other newspaper titles.

The ninth series contains photographs. Majority of the series encompasses photographs Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner took during the civil rights era. Many of these photographs are seen in her exhibit. There are also some other photographs from her personal life to various nature shots that she took.

The tenth series and last series comprises of various types of media. It contains cassette tapes, CDs, reel-to-reel recordings, and VHS tapes. The subject matter contains a variety of information from oral histories to saved photographs to civil rights related material.

This collection should be of interest to researchers of health and wellness, freedom summer and school desegregation, and the Mississippi Civil Rights.

Provenance

Sue Sojourner, Cheryl Reitan, and Carla Blumberg

Related Materials

Thunder of freedom: black leadership and the transformation of 1960s Mississippi by Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner with Cheryl Reitan; photographs by Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner; foreword by John Dittmer. Available in Cook and McCain Libraries, call number E185.93.M6 L67 2013

M99 Citizen's Council/Civil Rights Collection

M319 Erle E. Johnston, Jr. Papers

M322 Sandra E. Adickes Papers, 1964-1994

M323 Joseph and Nancy Ellin Freedom Summer Collection, 1964-1965

M328 Jill Wakeman Goodman Civil Rights Collection

M345 Victoria Gray Adams Papers, 1938-2000

M350 David Owen Freedom Summer Collection

M351 Herbert Randall Freedom Summer Photographs

M359 Margaret J. Hazelton Freedom Summer Collection

M368 Michael J. Miller Civil Rights Collection

M379 Peggy Jean Connor Papers

M383 Mamie L. Phillips Civil Rights Memoir

M395 Lucy Komisar Civil Rights Collection

M440 John T. Grantham Papers

M484 Candy Brown Gonzalez Freedom Summer Photographs, 1964

M500 Iain Whyte Civil Rights Collection

M565 David Batzka Civil Rights Collection

M581 William “Bill” G. McAtee Civil Rights Collection

M588 Hattiesburg Civil Rights Film

M596 Ben Shahn Lithographs

M608 Paul Terrell Freedom Summer Collection

M612 Crawford Company Civil Rights Letter

Sources

• Contents of the collection

Thunder of Freedom: Black Leadership and the Transformation of 1960s Mississippi by Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner with Cheryl Reitan

• California Marriage Index, 1960-1985," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:V6X9-BBF : 27 November 2014), Henry J Lorenzi and Susan M Sadoff, 11 Jun 1964; from "California, Marriage Index, 1960-1985," database and images, Ancestry (http://www.ancestry.com : 2007); citing Monterey, California, Center of Health Statistics, California Department of Health Services, Sacramento

• See External Documents below

Photograph Log

M502-001 Copy 1 The first of twelve men who ran in the 1967 elections: Sheriff Candidate Robert R. “Bob” Smith on left, Beat 1 Constable Ed McGaw, Jr. in center, and Supervisor Beat 1 T.C. Johnson on right. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-001 Copy 2 The first of twelve men who ran in the 1967 elections: Sheriff Candidate Robert R. “Bob” Smith on left, Beat 1 Constable Ed McGaw, Jr. in center, and Supervisor Beat 1 T.C. Johnson on right. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-002 Photograph strip for the 1967 campaign pictures include Robert R. “Bob” Smith, county sheriff candidate, Willie James Burns, Beat 1 supervisor, Robert G. Clark, Ward Montgomery, Beat 2 supervisor, Sue Sojourner, Henry Lorenzi, Sojourner dog, John Henry Malone, Beat 3 supervisor candidate. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-003 A partial body shot of Ward Montgomery, Beat 2 Supervisor candidate. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-004 Willie James Burns, Beat 4 Supervisor candidate. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-005 Negative strip for the 1967 campaign includes Thomas Johnson, Montgomery Ward, Robert Clark, Robert R. “Bob” Smith, Griffin McLaurin, Jr., and Ed McGraw, Jr. 8 ½ x 11 B&W 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-006 FDP Caravan: Katie Jordan introducing legislature candidate Robert Clark at Godman stop with Mary Lee Hightower and Emmitt (Bay) Rule (in backyard). 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-007 Mary Lee Hightower Circuit Clerk standing with Robert Clark to her right and Emmitt (Bay) Rule leading the singing at the FDP Campaign caravan stop at Goodman. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-008 Robert G. Clark, State Representative. 2 ¾ x 3 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-009 Robert R. “Bob” Smith Sheriff. 2 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 25, Folder 45)

M502-010 One photograph showing two different photographs of Maxine Taylor and information on Taylor. 5 x 7 B&W November 2006 (Box 51, Folder 21)

M502-011 Maxine Taylor sitting inside her home. 5 x 7 B&W November 2006 (Box 51, Folder 21)

M502-012 Maxine Taylor sitting inside her home. 8 x 10 B&W November 2006 (Box 51, Folder 21)

M502-013 Maxine Taylor sitting inside her home. 8 x 10 B&W November 2006 (Box 51, Folder 21)

M502-014 Harold, Anita, and son family portrait. 3 x 3 ¾ Color Undated (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-015 My son that was murdered David L. Russell. My oldest Son. 4 x 6 Color 1997 (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-016 Mom, dad, and Juanita at Juanita’s house when my son was murdered. 4 x 6 Color 1997 (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-017 Erma Jean Russell Wilson and son Steven Michael Wilson standing side-by-side smiling. 4 x 6 ½ Color 2005 (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-018 Mom, Aunt Jeannie, and Uncle Rhoe sitting inside a house after dad died. 4 x 6 ½ Color 2005 (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-019 Erma Jean, Stevie, and Nikki standing side-by-side posing for a photograph. 4 x 6 Color 2007 (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-020 Reverend Jesse James Russel Sr. and Erma Avenue Hayes Russell, both Civil Rights leaders of the state of Mississippi, sitting side-by-side posing for a photograph. 4 x 6 Color circa 2008 (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-021 Collage of photographs – top: Jesse Sr. and wife Connie; Willie; Clinton and wife Dorothy; Juanita and husband Cornelius; next row: Carol and family husband David and 3 boys and adopted daughter; John Wesley and wife Tonya; up: Florence and husband Anderson and 3 boys; over: Joyce, 1 daughter, and 2 boys; above that is Joyce and friend Tony; down under is Florence; the bottom is Melvin and wife Annie and 2 boys he also has a daughter; next to the last picture is Carol Real daughter and her 3 kids 2 girls and 1 boy. 4 x 6 ½ Color undated (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-022 Erma Jean’s grandson Donnie my baby son child mom great grand. Donnie is in a suit striking a pose for the camera. 4 x 6 Color undated (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-023 Erma Jean and son Steven with his fiancé Nikki. All three are standing with Steven in the middle with his arms around Erma Jean and Nikki. 4 x 6 Color undated (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-024 Mom and Joyce standing and posing for the camera inside what appears to be a sunroom. 4 x 6 Color undated (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-025 Mom and dad sitting in the front and Harold and Wesley sitting behind them. 4 x 6 Color undated (Box 51, Folder 23)

M502-026 Jesse and Erma on their 50th wedding day renewal. 4 x 6 ½ Color undated (Box 51, Folder 23) M502-027 Sue Sojourner and an unidentified woman standing against a wall at the Washington Galleries, the Some People Exhibit. 3 ½ x 5 Color August 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-028 Sue Sojourner and an unidentified woman standing against a wall at the Washington Galleries, the Some People Exhibit. 3 ½ x 5 Color August 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-029 Sue Sojourner standing by the poster of her walking over the bridge at Balance Due at The Some People exhibit at Washington Galleries. 3 ½ x 5 Color August 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-030 Sue Sojourner sitting in a chair and speaking at the Tweed opening reception for her Some People exhibit. Also pictured are Claudie Washington and Sadie Oveer. Photo by Cathy. 4 x 5 ¾ Color March 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-031 Sue Sojourner sitting in a chair and speaking at the Tweed opening reception for her Some People exhibit. Photo by Cathy. 4 x 5 ¾ Color March 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-032 From left to right are Walter Bruce, two unidentified family members, and Edgar Love. They came to The Some People exhibit at the Tweed in April 1999. 5 x 7 ¾ Color 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-033 Sue Lorenzi Sojourner, seated, speaking at the Tweed opening reception gallery talk for The Some People exhibit with an unidentified woman seated in the background. 8 x 10 B&W March 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-034 Carolyn Sheets and Doug (last name unknown) viewing The Some People exhibit at the opening reception at the Tweed. 8 x 10 B&W March 1999 (Box 59, Folder 19)

M502-035 Mileston farmer Alma Mitchel Carnegie was Ozell Mitchell’s older sister and in her sixties when she joined the Movement action. One of Mileston’s First 14 who attempted to register at the Courthouse in 1963, she had hidden farm worker organizers in her home in the ‘30s just as she and other Mileston farmers housed the 60’s SNCC workers. She is pictured sitting in her home. 4 x 6 B&W 1969 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-036 Photograph of the Holmes County Herald poster. The newspaper reported on the First Fourteen. 4 x 5 B&W 1963 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-037 Hartman Turnbow was a Mileston farmer and fiery orator whose words and courageous acts inspired people during the Movement’s first stage. He was the first to stand up and speak to the sheriff when the First 14 went to the Courthouse to try to register. He is pictured standing and speaking. 4 x 6 B&W 1969 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-038 From left to right are Mrs. Carnegie and Annie Bell Mitchell (married to Ozell Mitchell), both part of the First 14; in a white hat, C. Bell Turnbow (married to Hartman Turnbow); Caldonia Davis (seated sideways, facing Mrs. Carnegie); Mary Turnbow (a Turnbow daughter) caring for children; Florence Blackmon; and Maude C. Vance. 4 x 6 B&W 1965 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-039 Rosie Head and Elease Gallion (the two women on the right, standing in the center door after the April 1969 Freedom Democratic Party Countywide Meeting) were among the first five Mileston young adults to staff the Community Center. 4 x 6 B&W April 1969 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-040 Copy 1 Song and music protected, cradled, and inspired all those in the Struggle. Singing often brought the participants and the community through hard times. Singing at the April 1969 Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Countywide meeting was photographed inside the Holmes County Community Center at Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W April 1969 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-040 Copy 2 Song and music protected, cradled, and inspired all those in the Struggle. Singing often brought the participants and the community through hard times. Singing at the April 1969 Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Countywide meeting was photographed inside the Holmes County Community Center at Mileston. 11 x 14 B&W April 1969 (Box 113)

M502-041 Edgar Love collage. Love spoke to a crowd gathered in front of a truck. He and local Lexington leader Lucille Davis (with umbrella) led a march around the Courthouse to City Hall to protest the brutality of a local police officer. There they confronted Sheriff Andrew P. Smith, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a white town policeman. It was just one of many Movement attempts to remove the offending officer from the Lexington force. 4 x 5 B&W July 1967 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-042 Robert Clark, seated with Mary Lee Hightower, and Walter Pitchford (standing) was a popular schoolteacher and coach before he ran and won the position of stat representative in 1967. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1968 (Box 71, Folder 12)

M502-043 Hartman Turnbow sitting on porch. 4 x 5 Colored April 1984 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-044 Hartman Turnbow sitting on porch. 3 ½ x 4 ½ Colored April 1984 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-045 Aaron Sojourner, Lola Mae Walder, and Eugene Montgomery sitting in a vehicle. 3 ½ x 4 ½ Colored April 1984 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-046 Copy 1 Henry and Reverend Seymour at the Holmes County FDP office in Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom page 158: “The Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) office in Lexington. Leaders often met at the ‘shotgun shack’ office in Pecan Grove, which functioned as the movement hub. Lexington was predominantly white community, much more risky than the black rural area where the movement started.” 3 ½ x 5 B&W August 1966 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-046 Copy 2 Henry and Reverend Seymour at the Holmes County FDP office in Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom page 158: “The Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) office in Lexington. Leaders often met at the ‘shotgun shack’ office in Pecan Grove, which functioned as the movement hub. Lexington was predominantly white community, much more risky than the black rural area where the movement started.” 8 x 10 B&W August 1966 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-046 Copy 3 Henry and Reverend Seymour at the Holmes County FDP office in Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom page 158: “The Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) office in Lexington. Leaders often met at the ‘shotgun shack’ office in Pecan Grove, which functioned as the movement hub. Lexington was predominantly white community, much more risky than the black rural area where the movement started.” 8 x 10 B&W August 1966 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-047 Hollis Watkins sitting on the left of Sue Sojourner at the 50th anniversary of the Holmes First 14 celebration in Lexington. Naomi and Cassidy stand on either side of Sojourner. Photograph taken by Aaron Sojourner. 3 ¾ x 5 ½ Colored March 2013 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-048 Eugene Montgomery standing on a porch step. 4 x 6 Colored April 1984 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-049 Causey Montgomery, mother of Eugene, standing behind Eugene Montgomery on a porch step. 4 x 6 Colored April 1984 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-050 Causey Montgomery, mother of Eugene Montgomery, standing on a porch step. 4 x 6 Colored April 1984 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-051 Sue, Henry, Jack Lovie, Larry Stevens, and Mary Brunder standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. Photograph by Sheila Howmiller. 5 x 7 B&W 1965 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-052 Henry brushing Susan’s hair out of her eyes. He looks as though her sloppy hair has finally gotten to him and he is reacting like parents everywhere have always reacted with Susan’s hair. Coal stove in foreground. Photograph by Sheila Howmiller. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-053 Main meeting room of the Holmes County Community Center at Mileston. Sheila Howmiller reporter from Nashville Tennessee (on left), Sue Lorenzi (back) and Henry (back), Tony Jones on right, John Allen (blocked), Mike Kenney and Mary Brunder. All Sitting around a stove. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-054 Main meeting room of the Holmes County Community Center at Mileston. Sheila Howmiller reporter from Nashville Tennessee, Sue Lorenzi and Henry, Tony Jones, John Allen, Mike Kenney and Mary Brunder. All Sitting around a stove. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-055 Copy 1 Jackson – FDP Marches in Protest of special session of Mississippi Legislative Marching in front of the Old Capitol State Building downtown Jackson just before marching into Jackson jail. Those from Lexington: Sandra Hayes (Ralthus’s daughter), Vernice Clark, Sonja Fort, and Sue Lorenzi. Photographer unknown. 5 x 7 B&W June 1965 (Box 71, Folder 18)

M502-055 Copy 2 Jackson – FDP Marches in Protest of special session of Mississippi Legislative Marching in front of the Old Capitol State Building downtown Jackson just before marching into Jackson jail. Those from Lexington: Sandra Hayes (Ralthus’s daughter), Vernice Clark, Sonja Fort, and Sue Lorenzi. Photographer unknown. 4 x 6 B&W June 1965 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-055 Copy 3 Jackson – FDP Marches in Protest of special session of Mississippi Legislative Marching in front of the Old Capitol State Building downtown Jackson just before marching into Jackson jail. Those from Lexington: Sandra Hayes (Ralthus’s daughter), Vernice Clark, Sonja Fort, and Sue Lorenzi. Photographer unknown. 4 x 6 B&W June 1965 (Box 113)

M502-056 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking” Mississippi Exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Display case with books and flyers. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-057 Mary Price viewing the “Got to Thinking…” Exhibit posters. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-058 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Wall and display case of Martin Luther King, Jr. memorabilia and photographs. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-059 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Two walls of the display. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-060 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Photograph of quilts on the wall A/C unit. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-061 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Close up of display case showing a folder on Freedom Summer deaths of Civil Rights workers – James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-062 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Sue Sojourner standing by her wall exhibit. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-063 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Tweed Museum of Art Director Martin Dewitt views show and proposes solo photography exhibit at the Tweed for 1999. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-064 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Fannie Lou Hamer posters on wall. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-065 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Alma Mitchell Carnegie framed memorial photograph. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-066 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Doorway to enter exhibit. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-067 Martin Luther King, Jr. and “Got to Thinking…” Mississippi exhibit, Washington Studios Gallery. Exhibit wall with display case in foreground. 4 x 6 Colored January 1998 (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-068 Copy 1 The “Hoop” family and the Pecan Grove kids running at the camera give a feel of the Pecan Grove neighborhood, the black settlement on Lexington’s southern edge. Otha Lee, squatting in the center of “Pecan Grove Kids Running” and mimicking the photographer, is typical of the spirit of the children who hung out amidst the action at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Office. Otha and his friends were neighbors of the office and always underfoot – giving spirit, headaches, and laughter to the workers and local people at the office. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 72, Folder 40)

M502-068 Copy 2 The “Hoop” family and the Pecan Grove kids running at the camera give a feel of the Pecan Grove neighborhood, the black settlement on Lexington’s southern edge. Otha Lee, squatting in the center of “Pecan Grove Kids Running” and mimicking the photographer, is typical of the spirit of the children who hung out amidst the action at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Office. Otha and his friends were neighbors of the office and always underfoot – giving spirit, headaches, and laughter to the workers and local people at the office. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-069 Robert Cooper Howard and Burrell Tate sitting at the Holmes County Community Center – Mileston laughing at the FDP countywide meeting. 4 x 6 B&W 1969 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-070 From exhibit text: Singing meeting at Holmes County Community Center, Mileston. Singing often brought the people and the community through hard times. This singing at the FDP countywide meeting was photographed inside the community center at Mileston FDP. Leaders Robert Cooper (on left), from Goodman, and Burrell Tate, from Ebenezer enjoy a good laugh at that meeting. 4 x 6 B&W 1969 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-071 Copy 1 Walter Bruce standing by a table, speaking. From Thunder of Freedom page 197: “Walter Bruce, a strong leader, spent several dangerous years ‘opening up’ the predominately white hill towns of Durant, West, and Goodman. As the 1967 Freedom Democratic Party county campaign coordinator, he led training workshops in a different community each night of the week.” 4 x 6 B&W circa 1967 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-071 Copy 2 Walter Bruce standing by a table, speaking. From Thunder of Freedom page 197: “Walter Bruce, a strong leader, spent several dangerous years ‘opening up’ the predominately white hill towns of Durant, West, and Goodman. As the 1967 Freedom Democratic Party county campaign coordinator, he led training workshops in a different community each night of the week.” 4 x 6 B&W circa 1967 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-072 Copy 1 From exhibit label: At the FDP countywide meeting in March of 69 Hartman Turnbow continues with his movement speaking. Mr. Bruce and Mr. Jonathon Moore, many years later elected mayor of Pickens are to his left at the table and listen with attention – as do most in the packed church. A Photograph of Jesus is above his head. 4 x 6 B&W March 1969 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-072 Copy 2 From exhibit label: At the FDP countywide meeting in March of 69 Hartman Turnbow continues with his movement speaking. Mr. Bruce and Mr. Jonathon Moore, many years later elected mayor of Pickens are to his left at the table and listen with attention – as do most in the packed church. A Photograph of Jesus is above his head. 11 x 14 B&W March 1969 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-073 Copy 1 Robert G. Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) both seated and Walter Pitchford standing. Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 4 x 6 B&W 1967 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-073 Copy 2 Robert G. Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) both seated and Walter Pitchford standing. Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-074 Photograph of poster collage of three pictures on the protest against police brutality. One is of Edgar Love sanding on a vehicle. Next is Edgar Love leading Lucille Davis and Alex Shimkin on a march. Last is Eugene Montgomery facing Sheriff Andrew Smith and Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore. 4 x 5 B&W undated (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-075 Copy 1 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-075 Copy 2 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-076 Copy 1 Reverend W.B. Davis with granddaughter, on porch of community center at Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-076 Copy 2 Reverend W.B. Davis with granddaughter, on porch of community center at Mileston. 11 x 14 B&W 1968 (Box 113)

M502-077 Copy 1 Pecan Grove little kids sitting on a tire in Lexington Holmes County. Otha Lee Wright on right. Geanette Wright, Nannelt [sic] or Nannett Wright, Linda Wright, and Daphne Wright also are pictured. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-077 Copy 2 Pecan Grove little kids sitting on a tire in Lexington Holmes County. Otha Lee Wright on right. Geanette Wright, Nannelt [sic] or Nannett Wright, Linda Wright, and Daphne Wright also are pictured. 8 x 10 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 13)

M502-077 Copy 3 Pecan Grove little kids sitting on a tire in Lexington Holmes County. Otha Lee Wright on right. Geanette Wright, Nannelt [sic] or Nannett Wright, Linda Wright, and Daphne Wright also are pictured. 8 x 10 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 13)

M502-078 Copy 1 An unidentified woman sitting with four unidentified children on a porch. Possibly “Red” (Big Willies Stokes’ wife, Gene Smart, Mambey, unknown on Mama’s right, and Velma. From Thunder of Freedom page 161: “these Pecan Grove neighbors weren’t active in the movement, but their presence shows us that the m movement was for all families as much as it was for the activists.” 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 77, Folder 12; Box 110, Folder 13)

M502-078 Copy 2 An unidentified woman sitting with four unidentified children on a porch. Possibly “Red” (Big Willies Stokes’ wife, Gene Smart, Mambey, unknown on Mama’s right, and Velma. From Thunder of Freedom page 161: “these Pecan Grove neighbors weren’t active in the movement, but their presence shows us that the m movement was for all families as much as it was for the activists.” 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 13)

M502-079 Copy 1 A Pecan Grove family in Lexington. Grandfather Martin Harp “Ax-Handler” and Shirley Mae Ellis, mother, with unidentified girl standing in doorway in front of Shirley Ellis. Her arm is around the little girl. Dwight Ellis is sitting on the step in front of Martin and Shirley. Jeff Gibson is standing against the house. 4 x 6 B&W 1969 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-079 Copy 2 A Pecan Grove family in Lexington. Grandfather Martin Harp “Ax-Handler” and Shirley Mae Ellis, mother, with unidentified girl standing in doorway in front of Shirley Ellis. Her arm is around the little girl. Dwight Ellis is sitting on the step in front of Martin and Shirley. Jeff Gibson is standing against the house. 11 x 14 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-080 In Pecan Grove an older unidentified girl is squatting with a younger girl in her lap in the foreground. A boy is leaning on a clothesline with houses in the background. Possibly pictured are Pluma Gibson, Mealie [sic] Gibson, and Sonny Martin. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-081 Copy 1 Boys and a bike in Pecan Grove. Possibly Sqinky or Squinky Randle, Alfred Earl Gibson, Edward “Bird” Cox, Leonard Cobbins, Steve Ellis, and Dino West all sitting or standing on a porch. A bike is leaning against the porch. 4 x 6 B&W 1969 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-081 Copy 2 Boys and a bike in Pecan Grove. Possibly Sqinky or Squinky Randle, Alfred Earl Gibson, Edward “Bird” Cox, Leonard Cobbins, Steve Ellis, and Dino West all sitting or standing on a porch. A bike is leaning against the porch. 8 x 10 B&W 1969 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-081 Copy 3 Boys and a bike in Pecan Grove. Possibly Sqinky or Squinky Randle, Alfred Earl Gibson, Edward “Bird” Cox, Leonard Cobbins, Steve Ellis, and Dino West all sitting or standing on a porch. A bike is leaning against the porch. 16 x 20 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-082 Five in a line at Pecan Grove. From left to right: Dwight Ellis, Dwight’s brother, Otha Lee Wright (squatting), Jeff Gibson, and Amelia Gibson (Meatie). 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-083 Five Pecan Grove children. Possibly Geanette Wright (2 fingers in her mouth) in front and Media Gibson, Terry Wright, Linda Wright on bike, and Otha Lee Wright behind Geanette. From Thunder of Freedom page 90, “children like this group with a bike, noticed the activity of the FDP movement work and their curiosity caused them to play around the office and come as close to us as possible.” 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-084 Copy 1 From exhibit text: “a hug for Dino West by his brother in Pecan Grove Lexington.” 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-084 Copy 2 From exhibit text: “a hug for Dino West by his brother in Pecan Grove Lexington.” 16 x 20 B&W 1968 (Box 113)

M502-085 Copy 1 Three Pecan Grove children outside. The photograph is Otha Lee Wright and two girls, possibly Linda Wright and Nannette Wright. 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 77, Folder 12)

M502-085 Copy 2 Three Pecan Grove children outside. The photograph is Otha Lee Wright and two girls, possibly Linda Wright and Nannette Wright. 11 x 14 B&W 1968 (Box 113)

M502-086 Robert G. Clark standing behind his desk speaking. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-087 Frontal view of Robert G. Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) sitting at a desk at a meeting in Clark’s office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-088 Robert G. Clark (L), Mary Lee Hightower (Center), and an unidentified woman (R) sitting at Clark’s desk. Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-089 Frontal view of Robert G. Clark (L), Mary Lee Hightower (Center), and an unidentified woman (R) sitting at Clark’s desk. Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-090 Photograph is taken from behind. Robert Clark (R) and Mary Lee Hightower (Center). Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-091 Side view of Robert Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) sitting at a desk. Clark and Hightower are speaking at a meeting in Clark’s office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-092 Side view of Robert Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) sitting at a desk. Clark and Hightower are speaking at a meeting in Clark’s office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-093 A group of people possibly listening to Robert G. Clark speaking at a meeting. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-094 Copy 1 Robert G. Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) both seated and Walter Pitchfork standing with his hand on the mounted telephone. Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-094 Copy 2 Robert G. Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) both seated and Walter Pitchfork standing with his hand on the mounted telephone. Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-094 Copy 3 Robert G. Clark (L) and Mary Lee Hightower (R) both seated and Walter Pitchfork standing with his hand on the mounted telephone. Clark is speaking at a meeting in his office. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 21)

M502-095 A headshot of Robert Clark. He ran for State Representative Post 1 in the Holmes County 1967 election. 3 ½ x 4 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-096 A partial body shot of Robert Clark. He ran for State Representative Post 1 in the Holmes County 1967 election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-097 Copy 1 Headshot of Griffin McLaurin, Jr. He ran for Constable Beat 4 in the Holmes County 1967 election. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-097 Copy 2 Headshot of Griffin McLaurin, Jr. He ran for Constable Beat 4 in the Holmes County 1967 election. 2 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-098 A partial body shot of Griffin McLaurin, Jr. He ran for Constable Beat 4 in the Holmes County 1967 election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-099 Copy 1 Headshot of Thomas C. Johnson. He ran for Supervisor Beat 1 in the Holmes County election. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-099 Copy 2 Headshot of Thomas C. Johnson. He ran for Supervisor Beat 1 in the Holmes County election. 2 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-100 A partial body shot of Thomas C. Johnson. He ran for Supervisor Beat 1 in the Holmes County election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-101 A headshot of Willie James Burns. He ran for candidate for Beat 4 Supervisor in the Holmes County election. 3 ½ x 4 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-102 A headshot of Willie James Burns. He ran for candidate for Beat 4 Supervisor in the Holmes County election. 4 ½ x 3 ¾ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-103 A partial body shot of Willie James Burns. He ran for candidate for Beat 4 Supervisor in the Holmes County election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-104 Copy 1 Headshot of John H. Malone. He ran for Supervisor Beat 3 in the Holmes County election. 3 ¼ x 3 ¾ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-104 Copy 2 Headshot of John H. Malone. He ran for Supervisor Beat 3 in the Holmes County election. 3 ½ x 4 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-105 A partial body shot of John H. Malone. He ran for Supervisor Beat 3 in the Holmes County election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 22)

M502-106 Copy 1 Headshot of Vernon Tom Griffin. He ran for Justice of the Peace in Beat 1 Holmes County election. 2 ¼ x 3 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-106 Copy 2 Headshot of Vernon Tom Griffin. He ran for Justice of the Peace in Beat 1 Holmes County election. 2 ¼ x 3 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-107 Headshot of Vernon Tom Griffin. He ran for Justice of the Peace in Beat 1 Holmes County election. 3 ¼ x 3 ¾ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-108 A partial body shot of Vernon Tom Griffin. He ran for Justice of the Peace in Beat 1 Holmes County election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-109 Headshot of Ward Montgomery. He ran for Supervisor Beat 2 in the Holmes County 1967 elections. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-110 Copy 1 Headshot of Ward Montgomery. He ran for Supervisor Beat 2 in the Holmes County 1967 elections. 3 ½ x 4 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-110 Copy 2 Headshot of Ward Montgomery. He ran for Supervisor Beat 2 in the Holmes County 1967 elections. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-111 A partial body shot of Ward Montgomery. He ran for Supervisor Beat 2 in the Holmes County 1967 elections. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-112 A partial body shot of Ward Montgomery. He ran for Supervisor Beat 2 in the Holmes County 1967 elections. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-113 A partial body shot of Ed McGaw, Jr. He ran for Beat 1 Constable in the Holmes County election. 3 ½ x 5 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-114 Copy 1 Headshot of Ed McGaw, Jr. He ran for Beat 1 Constable in the Holmes County election. 2 ½ x 4 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-114 Copy 2 Headshot of Ed McGaw, Jr. He ran for Beat 1 Constable in the Holmes County election. 2 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-114 Copy 3 Headshot of Ed McGaw, Jr. He ran for Beat 1 Constable in the Holmes County election. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-115 Copy 1 A partial body shot of Ed McGaw, Jr. He ran for Beat 1 Constable in the Holmes County election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-115 Copy 2 A partial body shot of Ed McGaw, Jr. He ran for Beat 1 Constable in the Holmes County election. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 23)

M502-116 Copy 1 Headshot of Robert R. “Bob” Smith. He ran for sheriff in the Holmes County election. 2 ½ x 4 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-116 Copy 2 Headshot of Robert R. “Bob” Smith. He ran for sheriff in the Holmes County election. 2 ½ x 4 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-117 Headshot of Robert R. “Bob” Smith. He ran for sheriff in the Holmes County election. 3 x 5 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-118 A partial body shot of Robert R. (Bob) Smith. He ran for FDP candidate for Sheriff in the Holmes County election 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-119 A partial body shot of Robert R. (Bob) Smith. He ran for FDP candidate for Sheriff in the Holmes County election 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-120 A partial body shot of Robert R. (Bob) Smith. He ran for FDP candidate for Sheriff in the Holmes County election 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-121 Headshot of John D. Wesley. He ran for Beat 4 Justice of the Peace in the Holmes County Elections. 2 x 3 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-122 Two partial body shots of John D. Wesley. He ran for Beat 4 Justice of the Peace in the Holmes County Elections. Photographs possibly taken for the 1967 election 1 ¼ x 3 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-123 Three headshots of candidates. Top left is Thomas C. Johnson, top right is Vernon Tom Griffin, and bottom is Robert R. “Bob” Smith. 5 x 7 ¾ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-124 Four headshots of candidates. Top left is Willie James, top right is Ward Montgomery, bottom left is John H. Malone, and bottom right is Ralthus Hayes. 6 ¾ x 8 ¾ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)

M502-125 Edgar Love (with towel on shoulder) leading with Mrs. Lucilee Davis and Alec Shimkin (tall, white, outside worker) at a boycott march at the Courthouse Square, Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom page 249: “With Lexington leaders Lucille Davis and Lela Mae Walden, Edgar Love and others marched around the Courthouse to Lexington City Hall. Outside worker, Alec Shimkin also marched. The marchers were attempting to remove a brutal black policeman from the Lexington Force.” 4 ½ x 6 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 25)

M502-126 Edgar Love standing on a vehicle speaking to a group of people at the courthouse square for the boycott in Lexington. From Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Edgar speaks to a crowd gathered to support their boycott protesting the brutality of ‘Fats the Cop.’” From Thunder of Freedom page 240: “Here he speaks to a crowd, protesting the brutality of a black policeman we all called “Fats.’” 4 ½ x 6 ½ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 25)

M502-127 Copy 1 From Photograph: Eugene Montgomery, facing Sheriff Andrew Smith, center, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a Lexington City Hall – Edgar Love to Montgomery’s left, is back to camera, and group [sic] of Holmes Movement people. From Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Here, on a hot July day in the busy summer of 1967, Edgar speaks to a crowd gathered to support their boycott protesting the brutality of “Fats the cop.” Then he and local leaders Lucille Davis and Lela Mae Walden and others march around the Courthouse to Lexington City Hall. Outside worker Alec Shimkin also marches. At City Hall the marchers – with Edgar and Mrs. Lucille Davis’s back to the camera and Eugene Montgomery (with glasses) in front – confront Sheriff Andrew P. Smith, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a white town policeman. Just one of many Movement attempts to remove Fats from the Lexington force.” 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 25)

M502-127 Copy 2 From Photograph from copy 1: Eugene Montgomery, facing Sheriff Andrew Smith, center, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a Lexington City Hall – Edgar Love to Montgomery’s left is back to camera, and group [sic] of Holmes Movement people. From Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Here, on a hot July day in the busy summer of 1967, Edgar speaks to a crowd gathered to support their boycott protesting the brutality of “Fats the cop.” Then he and local leaders Lucille Davis and Lela Mae Walden and others march around the Courthouse to Lexington City Hall. Outside worker Alec Shimkin also marches. At City Hall the marchers – with Edgar and Mrs. Lucille Davis’s back to the camera and Eugene Montgomery (with glasses) in front – confront Sheriff Andrew P. Smith, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a white town policeman. Just one of many Movement attempts to remove Fats from the Lexington force.” 8 x 9 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 25)

M502-127 Copy 3 From Photograph from copy 1: Eugene Montgomery, facing Sheriff Andrew Smith, center, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a Lexington City Hall – Edgar Love to Montgomery’s left is back to camera, and group [sic] of Holmes Movement people. From Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Here, on a hot July day in the busy summer of 1967, Edgar speaks to a crowd gathered to support their boycott protesting the brutality of “Fats the cop.” Then he and local leaders Lucille Davis and Lela Mae Walden and others march around the Courthouse to Lexington City Hall. Outside worker Alec Shimkin also marches. At City Hall the marchers – with Edgar and Mrs. Lucille Davis’s back to the camera and Eugene Montgomery (with glasses) in front – confront Sheriff Andrew P. Smith, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a white town policeman. Just one of many Movement attempts to remove Fats from the Lexington force.” 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 25)

M502-127 Copy 4 From Photograph from copy 1: Eugene Montgomery, facing Sheriff Andrew Smith, center, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a Lexington City Hall – Edgar Love to Montgomery’s left is back to camera, and group [sic] of Holmes Movement people. From Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Here, on a hot July day in the busy summer of 1967, Edgar speaks to a crowd gathered to support their boycott protesting the brutality of “Fats the cop.” Then he and local leaders Lucille Davis and Lela Mae Walden and others march around the Courthouse to Lexington City Hall. Outside worker Alec Shimkin also marches. At City Hall the marchers – with Edgar and Mrs. Lucille Davis’s back to the camera and Eugene Montgomery (with glasses) in front – confront Sheriff Andrew P. Smith, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a white town policeman. Just one of many Movement attempts to remove Fats from the Lexington force.” 16 x 20 B&W 1967 (Box 113)

M502-128 From Photograph from previous photograph: Eugene Montgomery, facing Sheriff Andrew Smith, center, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a Lexington City Hall – Edgar Love to Montgomery’s left, is back to camera, and group [sic] of Holmes Movement people. From Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Here, on a hot July day in the busy summer of 1967, Edgar speaks to a crowd gathered to support their boycott protesting the brutality of “Fats the cop.” Then he and local leaders Lucille Davis and Lela Mae Walden and others march around the Courthouse to Lexington City Hall. Outside worker Alec Shimkin also marches. At City Hall the marchers – with Edgar and Mrs. Lucille Davis’s back to the camera and Eugene Montgomery (with glasses) in front – confront Sheriff Andrew P. Smith, Deputy Billie Joe Gilmore, and a white town policeman. Just one of many Movement attempts to remove Fats from the Lexington force.” 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 25)

M502-129 Headshot of Christopher Epps (Fannie Mae Epps). 1 x 1 ¾ Color circa 1967 (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-130 A partial body shot of Ira Jordan (Lil Man). Jane Epps Jordan’s son. 1 ¾ x 2 ½ Color circa 1967 (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-131 Randolph Ellis swinging on our (the Lorenzi’s) porch in Lexington (Pecan Grove). He is holding on to a beam. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-132 Randolph Ellis swinging on our (the Lorenzi’s) porch in Lexington (Pecan Grove). He is squatting. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-133 A headshot of two unidentified boys, smiling at the camera. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-134 A headshot of two unidentified boys, smiling at the camera. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-135 A partial body shot of an unidentified boy standing by a door. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 109, Folder 26) M502-136 A partial body shot of an unidentified boy looking away from the camera. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-137 A partial body shot of an unidentified boy smiling for the camera. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-138 A partial body shot of an unidentified girl smiling for the camera. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-139 Norman Clark sitting in a pickup truck. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-140 Copy 1 A partial body shot of Curtis “Ollie” Hoover, looking down, is holding a cigarette near his mouth. 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 109, Folder 26)

M502-140 Copy 2 A partial body shot of Curtis “Ollie” Hoover, looking down, is holding a cigarette near his mouth. 11 x 14 B&W 1968 (Box 113)

M502-141 Mary Lee Hightower assisting seniors with a form, taken at the campaign office. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 109, Folder 27)

M502-142 Mary Lee Hightower and Howard Jr., at their home sitting on a couch. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 109, Folder 27)

M502-143 Mr. Bailey, possibly Howard Taft Bailey, and others singing “We Shall Overcome” ending of West Meeting. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 109, Folder 27)

M502-144 Partial body shot of Howard Hightower, Jr., David Hightower, and an unidentified Hightower. All are relatives of Mary Lee Hightower. 2 ¼ x 3 ¼ Color 1979 (Box 109, Folder 27)

M502-145 Copy 1 A full body shot of Edith Quinn. She is sitting in a chair holding her purse. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 109, Folder 27)

M502-145 Copy 2 A full body shot of Edith Quinn. She is sitting in a chair holding her purse. 16 x 20 B&W June 1968 (Box 113)

M502-146 Eugene Montgomery sitting on a porch stair with his mother sitting behind him. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W undated (Box 109, Folder 27)

M502-147 A partial, side body shot of Reverend Warren Booker of Lexington sitting outside. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W undated (Box 109, Folder 27)

M502-148 A side view of Robert Clark sitting at his desk in his Lexington office. An “I Have a Dream” sign is on the wall. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-149 A side view of Robert Clark on the phone sitting at his desk in his Lexington office. An “I Have a Dream” sign is on the wall. Henry Lorenzi is sitting on the other side of the desk looking at Clark. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-150 A side view of Robert Clark sitting at his desk in his Lexington office. An “I Have a Dream” sign is on the wall. Henry Lorenzi is sitting on the other side of the desk looking at the camera. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-151 A side view of Robert Clark sitting at his desk in his Lexington office. An “I Have a Dream” sign is on the wall. Clark is looking at Henry Lorenzi who is sitting on the other side of the desk. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-152 A side view of Robert Clark sitting at his desk in his Lexington office. An “I Have a Dream” sign is on the wall. It appears that he is doing an interview. He is facing someone who appears to be holding a camera and an unidentified person, back towards the camera, is sitting on the floor looking at Clark. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-153 Robert Clark on left and John Malone on right with hat are both sitting in the campaign office talking. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-154 Edgar Love is sitting against the wall in Robert Clark’s outer office in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-155 Edgar Love is sitting in Robert Clark’s outer office in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-156 Robert Clark and appears to be Mrs. Nanny McGee standing side by side for a photograph at the West Meeting. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-157 Cora Pitchford (L) bent over a desk and Etha Rule (R) siting at a desk. Both are in Robert Clark’s office in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-158 Etha Ree Rule, who volunteered in the Lexington campaign office, is sitting behind a desk looking at a typewriter. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-159 Copy 1 Etha Ree Rule, who volunteered in the Lexington campaign office, sitting behind a desk, smiling. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-159 Copy 2 Etha Ree Rule, who volunteered in the Lexington campaign office, sitting behind a desk, smiling. 4 x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-160 Copy 1 Cora Pitchford standing by a filing cabinet in Robert Clark’s office in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-160 Copy 2 Cora Pitchford standing by a filing cabinet in Robert Clark’s office in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 1)

M502-161 Ozell Mitchell sitting in a chair on a porch. He and his wife, Annie Bell Mitchell, were among the First Fourteen. 3 ½ x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-162 Copy 1 A partial body shot of Ozell Mitchel. He is on his farm on Dawson, Mileston, Holmes County. He is one of the First 14 who in 1962 with his sister Alma Mitchell Carnegie asked the SNCC organizers to come into Mileston. His wife is Annie Bell Mitchell. 4 x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-162 Copy 2 A partial body shot of Ozell Mitchel. He is on his farm on Dawson, Mileston, Holmes County. He is one of the First 14 who in 1962 with his sister Alma Mitchell Carnegie asked the SNCC organizers to come into Mileston. His wife is Annie Bell Mitchell. 4 x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-162 Copy 3 A partial body shot of Ozell Mitchel. He is on his farm on Dawson, Mileston, Holmes County. He is one of the First 14 who in 1962 with his sister Alma Mitchell Carnegie asked the SNCC organizers to come into Mileston. His wife is Annie Bell Mitchell. 4 ¾ x 7 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-162 Copy 4 A partial body shot of Ozell Mitchel. He is on his farm on Dawson, Mileston, Holmes County. He is one of the First 14 who in 1962 with his sister Alma Mitchell Carnegie asked the SNCC organizers to come into Mileston. His wife is Annie Bell Mitchell. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-162 Copy 5 A partial body shot of Ozell Mitchel. He is on his farm on Dawson, Mileston, Holmes County. He is one of the First 14 who in 1962 with his sister Alma Mitchell Carnegie asked the SNCC organizers to come into Mileston. His wife is Annie Bell Mitchell. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-162 Copy 6 A partial body shot of Ozell Mitchel. He is on his farm on Dawson, Mileston, Holmes County. He is one of the First 14 who in 1962 with his sister Alma Mitchell Carnegie asked the SNCC organizers to come into Mileston. His wife is Annie Bell Mitchell. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-163 Copy 1 A partial body shot of Annie Bell Mitchell sitting on her front porch on Dawsen, Mileston, Holmes County. She and her husband, Ozell Mitchell, were among the First Fourteen. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-163 Copy 2 A partial body shot of Annie Bell Mitchell sitting on her front porch on Dawsen, Mileston, Holmes County. She and her husband, Ozell Mitchell, were among the First Fourteen. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-163 Copy 3 A partial body shot of Annie Bell Mitchell sitting on her front porch on Dawsen, Mileston, Holmes County. She and her husband, Ozell Mitchell, were among the First Fourteen. 11 x 14 B&W June 1968 (Box 113)

M502-164 A partial body shot of Annie Bell Mitchell sitting on her front porch on Dawsen, Mileston, Holmes County. She and her husband, Ozell Mitchell, were among the First Fourteen. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-165 Copy 1 From Sue Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Eugene Montgomery, husband of Bernice Patton Montgomery is in his car – the place a rural, movement leader or worker often was.” 8 x 10 B&W circa 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-165 Copy 2 From Sue Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Eugene Montgomery, husband of Bernice Patton Montgomery is in his car – the place a rural, movement leader or worker often was.” 8 x 10 B&W circa 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-165 Copy 3 From Sue Sojourner’s exhibit text: “Eugene Montgomery, husband of Bernice Patton Montgomery is in his car – the place a rural, movement leader or worker often was.” 11 x 14 B&W circa 1968 (Box 113)

M502-166 Copy 1 Rosebud and Norman Clark sitting in their vehicle. From Thunder of Freedom page 64: Rosebud and Norman Clark used their vehicle for farming, church, family, and movement activities. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-166 Copy 2 Rosebud and Norman Clark sitting in their vehicle. From Thunder of Freedom page 64: Rosebud and Norman Clark used their vehicle for farming, church, family, and movement activities. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 2)

M502-166 Copy 3 Rosebud and Norman Clark sitting in their vehicle. From Thunder of Freedom page 64: Rosebud and Norman Clark used their vehicle for farming, church, family, and movement activities. 16 x 20 B&W June 1968 (Box 113)

M502-167 Two identified men, one with an unidentified child on his back, are feeding some livestock. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-168 Two identified men, one with an unidentified child on his back, are feeding some livestock. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-169 A close up of an unidentified man surrounded by six unidentified children. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-170 A full body shot of two unidentified men standing next to six unidentified kids standing on a trailer. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-171 A full body shot of two unidentified men standing next to six unidentified kids standing on a trailer. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-172 A full body shot of two unidentified men standing next to five unidentified kids standing on a trailer. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-173 Two unidentified men inside what appears to be a factory and possibly pushing a bale of cotton. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-174 Three unidentified men inside what appears to be a factory. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-175 Four unidentified men loading bales of cotton on a truck. The truck is backed up to what appears to be a factory. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-176 A close up of three unidentified men loading a bale of cotton on a truck. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-177 Four unidentified men loading a bale of cotton on a dolly. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-178 Five unidentified men putting a bale of cotton on top of another bale of cotton. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-179 Several unidentified men around several bales of cotton with what appears to be a factory in the background. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 3)

M502-180 A young woman worker possibly at the West Store. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-181 Two unidentified women and one unidentified man standing inside the West Store. They are possibly the owners of the store. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-182 The Beddingfield family, one woman with three children, sitting on a couch inside a home in Mileston. 3 ½ x 5 B&W September 1972 (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-183 Nathaniel Beddingfield, an unidentified girl, and Michael Head watching TV in the house next to the Beddingfields’ store in Mileston. 5 x 6 ¾ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-184 Copy 1 Howard Taft Bailey standing behind Georgia Clark on the left and Daisey Montgomery Lewis on the right. Both women are seated. They are possibly at the community center in Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-184 Copy 2 Howard Taft Bailey standing behind Georgia Clark on the left and Daisey Montgomery Lewis on the right. Both women are seated. They are possibly at the community center in Mileston. 11 x 14 B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-185 Howard Taft Bailey standing behind an unidentified woman on the left and Daisey Montgomery Lewis on the right. Both women are seated. They are possibly at the community center in Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-186 One unidentified woman is sitting on an outside bench holding an unidentified child. Another unidentified woman is bending kissing the hand of the child. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-187 An unidentified woman is sitting on an outside bench holding an unidentified child. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-188 An unidentified man standing outside holding an unidentified child. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-189 An unidentified man sitting at a table outside of a building. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 4)

M502-190 Three unidentified children playing by a wire fence. They are possibly on Alma Carnegie’s property. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-191 Three unidentified children playing by a wire fence. They are possibly on Alma Carnegie’s property. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-192 An unidentified child sitting on a tire outside what is likely Alma Carnegie’s home. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-193 A group of unidentified children gathered around a porch in what is probably the Alma Carnegie home. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-194 Copy 1 Several unidentified adults and children sitting on a porch in what is probably the Alma Carnegie home. 3 ½ x 4 ¾ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-194 Copy 2 Several unidentified adults and children sitting on a porch in what is probably the Alma Carnegie home. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-194 Copy 3 Several unidentified adults and children sitting on a porch in what is probably the Alma Carnegie home. 4 ¾ x 6 ½ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-195 Alma Mitchell Carnegie standing in her kitchen. 4 ¾ x 6 ¾ B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-196 Copy 1 Alma Mitchell Carnegie kneading dough in her kitchen. 5 x 7 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-196 Copy 2 Alma Mitchell Carnegie kneading dough in her kitchen. 5 x 7 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-197 Copy 1 Alma Mitchell Carnegie sitting at a table in her kitchen. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1968 - 1969 (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-197 Copy 2 Alma Mitchell Carnegie sitting at a table in her kitchen. 8 x 10 B&W circa 1968 - 1969 (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-197 Copy 3 Alma Mitchell Carnegie sitting at a table in her kitchen. 8 x 10 B&W circa 1968 - 1969 (Box 110, Folder 5)

M502-197 Copy 4 Alma Mitchell Carnegie sitting at a table in her kitchen. 16 x 20 B&W circa 1968 - 1969 (Box 113)

M502-197 Copy 5 Alma Mitchell Carnegie sitting at a table in her kitchen. 16 x 20 B&W circa 1968 - 1969 (Box 113)

M502-198 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 4 ¾ x 6 ¾ B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-199 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the courthouse in Lexington. 5 x 7 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-200 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)
M502-201 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 x 7 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-202 Copy 1 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 x 5 ¾ B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-202 Copy 2 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 11 x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-202 Copy 3 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 11 x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-203 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 x 7 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-204 Copy 1 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-204 Copy 2 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 6 x 20 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-205 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-206 Copy 1 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. This photograph is known as the Fannie Lou Hamer “Hands.” 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-206 Copy 2 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. This photograph is known as the Fannie Lou Hamer “Hands.” 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-207 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-208 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 6)

M502-209 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-210 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-211 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-212 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. Lawrence Guyot is sitting behind Hamer. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-213 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-214 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-215 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-216 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-217 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-218 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-219 Copy 1 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-219 Copy 2 Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 7)

M502-220 An unidentified man speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-221 Howard Bailey at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. 3 x 7 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-222 Aaron Henry speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. Behind Henry is Reverend Willie B. (W.B.) Davis. Seated in center is Fannie Lou Hamer. Standing on the left is Lawrence Guyot. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-223 Representative Robert Clark and Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. Reverend Willie B. (W.B.) Davis is standing behind them. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-224 Representative Robert Clark speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. Aaron Henry, Fannie Lou Hamer, and Reverend Willie B. (W.B.) Davis behind Clark. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-225 Aaron Henry and Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. Reverend Willie B. (W.B.) Davis is standing behind them. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-226 Aaron Henry speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. Fannie Lou Hamer is sitting to his right and Reverend Willie B. (W.B.) Davis is standing behind him. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-227 Lawrence Guyot speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. 4 ½ x 6 ¾ B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-228 Lawrence Guyot speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. 3 x 8 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-229 Lawrence Guyot speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-230 Lawrence Guyot speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. Fannie Lou Hamer is sitting behind him, and Reverend Willie B. (W.B.) Davis is standing behind him. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-231 Lawrence Guyot speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The same rally that Fannie Lou Hamer attended. Fannie Lou Hamer is sitting behind him, and Reverend Willie B. (W.B.) Davis is standing behind him. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 8)

M502-232 A partial body shot of Sue Sojourner in Jackson. 2 ½ x 3 ¾ B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-233 A headshot of Sue Sojourner. The photograph was used for a taxi permit. 1 ½ x 2 B&W July 1971 (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-234 Three headshots at a photo booth of Sue Sojourner. 1 ½ x 6 B&W May 1968 (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-235 Appears to be Sue Sojourner laying down in a bed with a cat by her shoulder. She is reading a newspaper. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-236 Henry Lorenzi standing by a car in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 Color May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-237 Possibly taken on a return trip to Mississippi at the Holmes County Head Start Center. Sue Sojourner is standing with Rosebud Clark. 4 x 5 Color April 1984 (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-238 Possibly taken on a return trip to Mississippi at the Holmes County Head Start Center. Sue Sojourner is on the left and Rosie Head is on the right. They are standing between three unidentified women who appear to be cafeteria workers. 4 x 5 Color April 1984 (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-239 Possibly taken on a return trip to Mississippi at the Holmes County Head Start Center. Unidentified man is on the left, Rosie Head is in the center, and Sue Sojourner is on the right. 4 x 5 Color April 1984 (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-240 Sue Sojourner sitting with three unidentified women, possibly in their home. 4 x 6 Color undated, possibly circa 1990s (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-241 Copy 1 Partial body shot of Sue Sojourner with an unidentified woman. 4 x 6 Color undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-241 Copy 2 Partial body shot of Sue Sojourner with an unidentified woman. 4 x 6 Color undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-242 A partial body shot of Henry and Sue. 8 x 10 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-243 Sue Sojourner documenting an anti-war rally in downtown Duluth. She is standing with a camera taking a photograph of an unidentified person standing on what appears to be a bench. 8 x 10 Color fall 2002 (Box 110, Folder 9)

M502-244 A headshot of “Skeet” Sam Epps in a military uniform. 1 ¾ x 2 ½ Color July 1968 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-245 John Malone (Salem) standing next to an unidentified woman in front of a house. 3 ½ x 3 ½ Color 1966 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-246 C. Bell Turnbow sitting in what appears to be a sunroom. 3 ½ x 4 ½ Color 1984 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-247 A partial body shot of Robert Clark. 2 ½ x 3 ½ B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-248 A partial body shot of Ralthus Hayes in front of a bush. 3 ½ x 3 ½ Color undated (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-249 Mary Lee Hightower and Howard, Jr. sitting on a couch in their home. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-250 Edgar Love sitting on a porch with a drink in hand. Two unidentified people are behind him. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-251 Copy 1 Edgar Love with cigarette in hand is leaning on a fence with both arms folded on top of the fenced. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-251 Copy 2 Edgar Love with cigarette in hand is leaning on a fence with both arms folded on top of the fenced. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-252 Copy 1 Edgar Love leaning on a fence. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-252 Copy 2 Edgar Love leaning on a fence. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 110, Folder 10)

M502-253 An unidentified man on the phone in the campaign office. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-254 An unidentified man and unidentified woman both sitting at a desk near the phone in the campaign office. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 11) M502-255 T.C. Johnson in campaign office Ralthus Hayes seated – John Malone – Robert Clark on the phone. Mary Hightower is at the desk helping an unidentified person. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-256 Robert Clark sitting at a desk, possibly at the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-257 Robert Clark sitting at a desk, possibly at the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-258 From left to right: Edgar Love, Sam Howze (Sala Udin), Rosie Head, Sue Sojourner, and Alron Montgomery in Lexington at Bernice’s Appreciation at The Some People Exhibit. 4 x 6 B&W June 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-259 Etha Ree Rule and Edgar Love standing side by side in the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W June 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-260 Edgar Love and Sheriff Willie March shaking hands outside the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W June 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-261 Edgar Love and Sheriff Willie March shaking hands outside the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W June 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-262 Edgar Love and Sheriff Willie March standing in front of a tree, possibly outside the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W June 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-263 Edgar Love and Sheriff Willie March standing inside possibly the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W June 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-264 Sheriff Willie March leaning against a rail possibly the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-265 Sheriff Willie March leaning against a rail possibly the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-266 Sheriff Willie March leaning against a rail possibly at the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-267 Sheriff Willie March sitting at a desk talking on the phone. He is possibly at the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-268 Sheriff Willie March sitting at a desk with an unidentified police officer standing behind him. They are possibly at the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-269 Sheriff Willie March sitting at a desk with an unidentified police officer standing behind him. They are possibly at the Holmes County Courthouse. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2000 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-270 The Dreaming of Sheriff photograph was taken in the Holmes County Copy 1 Courthouse sheriff’s office in Lexington. Edgar Love is standing underneath the sheriff sign. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-270 The Dreaming of Sheriff photograph was taken in the Holmes County Copy 2 Courthouse sheriff’s office in Lexington. Edgar Love is standing underneath the sheriff sign. 5 x 7 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-270 The Dreaming of Sheriff photograph was taken in the Holmes County Copy 3 Courthouse sheriff’s office in Lexington. Edgar Love is standing underneath the sheriff sign. 11 x 14 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-271 Copy 1 The Dreaming of Sheriff photograph was taken in the Holmes County Courthouse sheriff’s office in Lexington. Willie Hoover, cigarette in hand, is sitting on the railing underneath the sheriff sign. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-271 Copy 2 The Dreaming of Sheriff photograph was taken in the Holmes County Courthouse sheriff’s office in Lexington. Willie Hoover, cigarette in hand, is sitting on the railing underneath the sheriff sign. 4 x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 11)

M502-272 Four boys, Walter (left), Charles West, Steve Ellis, and George Willie Ellis, sitting or leaning against a porch at Sue and Henry’s house in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W circa January 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-273 Sue and Henry’s house in Balance Due Lexington visited by Charles West (left), Steve Ellis, and George Willie Ellis. Sue is behind George Willie Ellis. All of them are sitting on a porch of the house. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W circa January 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-274 Sue holding George Willie Ellis visited by Walter on the left and Charles West on the Right. They all are sitting on a porch of Sue and Henry’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W circa January 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-275 A dresser. Most likely in Henry and Sue’s home. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W 1965 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-276 Grey dog laying in the yard of Sue and Henry in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W February 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-277 Brown dog and grey dog in background laying in the yard at Sue and Henry’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W February 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-278 Grey dog and brown dog sitting near Sue and Henry’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W circa January 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-279 Grey dog sitting in front of Sue and Henry’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W February 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-280 Sue and Henry’s house in Balance Due Lexington. Behind the frost on some bushes, brown dog is sitting on the porch. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W circa January 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-281 The frost on bunches near Sue and Henry’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W circa January 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-282 Sue sitting at a desk in what appears to be her room in Lexington. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-283 Henry sitting in a living room in Lexington, possibly his home. Candidate posters are on the wall behind him. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-284 Thelma Head sitting in the Lorenzi’s home in Lexington. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W November 1967 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-285 Copy 1 Hunter Morey sitting in the front room of Henry and Sue’s home in Lexington. He is looking through a book. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-285 Copy 2 Hunter Morey sitting in the front room of Henry and Sue’s home in Lexington. He is looking through a book. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-286 Alec Shimkin reading a Playboy in bed at the Lorenzi’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 12) M502-287 Alec Shimkin sitting on a bed holding a shotgun at the Lorenzi’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-288 Alec Shimkin lying in a bed at the Lorenzi’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-289 Alec Shimkin lying in a bed at the Lorenzi’s home in Balance Due Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-290 Henry sitting on a porch in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-291 Henry reading on a bed in his home in Balance Due Lexington. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W circa mid 1960s (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-292 Copy 1 Henry sitting and leaning against a desk in his home in Balance Due Lexington. Various posters are on the wall. From Thunder of Freedom page 206: “Henry Lorenzi worked and relaxed in the rough Balance Due Shack. We [Henry and Sue] moved to Lexington to staff the county Freedom Democratic Party office, living first in Balance Due and later in Pecan Grove. Behind Henry are SNCC posters: the man and child is by Earl Newman, and the photograph on the top right is by Danny Lyon.” 3 ½ x 5 B&W circa late1960s (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-292 Copy 2 Henry sitting and leaning against a desk in his home in Balance Due Lexington. Various posters are on the wall. From Thunder of Freedom page 206: “Henry Lorenzi worked and relaxed in the rough Balance Due Shack. We [Henry and Sue] moved to Lexington to staff the county Freedom Democratic Party office, living first in Balance Due and later in Pecan Grove. Behind Henry are SNCC posters: the man and child is by Earl Newman, and the photograph on the top right is by Danny Lyon.” 4 x 6 B&W circa late1960s (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-293 Henry sitting and leaning against a desk in his home in Balance Due Lexington. Various posters are on the wall. From Thunder of Freedom page 206: “Henry Lorenzi worked and relaxed in the rough Balance Due Shack. We [Henry and Sue] moved to Lexington to staff the county Freedom Democratic Party office, living first in Balance Due and later in Pecan Grove. Behind Henry are SNCC posters: the man and child is by Earl Newman, and the photograph on the top right is by Danny Lyon.” 4 x 6 B&W circa late1960s (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-294 Henry sitting and leaning against a desk in his home in Balance Due Lexington. Various posters are on the wall. From Thunder of Freedom page 206: “Henry Lorenzi worked and relaxed in the rough Balance Due Shack. We [Henry and Sue] moved to Lexington to staff the county Freedom Democratic Party office, living first in Balance Due and later in Pecan Grove. Behind Henry are SNCC posters: the man and child is by Earl Newman, and the photograph on the top right is by Danny Lyon.” 5 x 7 B&W circa late1960s (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-295 Howard Taft Bailey bridge to Balance Due. 3 ½ x 5 Color May 1985 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-296 Howard Taft Bailey bridge to Balance Due. 3 ½ x 5 Color May 1985 (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-297 Howard Taft Bailey bridge to Balance Due. 4 x 6 B&W Post 1960s (Box 110, Folder 12)

M502-298 An unidentified girl sitting on a chair on a front porch in Pecan Grove. 3 ½ x 4 ¾ B&W 1968 (Box 110, Folder 13)

M502-299 Penny McGee, the young granddaughter of café owner Nanny and Bob McGee, worked behind the counter and operated the cash register at the McGee’s café, which was the only business in Pecan Grove. 4 x 6 B&W circa late 1960s (Box 110, Folder 13) M502-300 Reverend L.E. Robinson sitting at a table. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W 1969 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-301 Robert Clark, standing outside, is speaking at Ebenezer beginning the campaign caravan. Mary Hightower, sitting, and Burrell Tate and John Malone are standing. All are in the background. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W October 1967 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-302 Hartman Turnbow standing outside on a platform. Four unidentified men are standing next to the podium looking at Turnbow. From the exhibit text: “Hartman Turnbow speaking on campaign caravan.” 4 x 6 Color July 4, 1967 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-303 Copy 1 Ralthus Hayes, county FDP leader, candidate for Beat 5 supervisor is speaking on an outside platform. Three unidentified people are next to the podium. Sheriff Candidate Robert R. (Bob) Smith is seated on the platform. 5 x 7 B&W July 4, 1967 Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-303 Copy 2 Ralthus Hayes, county FDP leader, candidate for Beat 5 supervisor is speaking on an outside platform. Three unidentified people are next to the podium. Sheriff Candidate Robert R. (Bob) Smith is seated on the platform. 5 x 7 B&W July 4, 1967 Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-304 Copy 1 Walter Bruce standing by a table, speaking. From Thunder of Freedom page 197: “Walter Bruce, a strong leader, spent several dangerous years ‘opening up’ the predominately white hill towns of Durant, West, and Goodman. As the 1967 Freedom Democratic Party county campaign coordinator, he led training workshops in a different community each night of the week.” 8 x 10 B&W circa 1967 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-304 Copy 2 Walter Bruce standing by a table, speaking. From Thunder of Freedom page 197: “Walter Bruce, a strong leader, spent several dangerous years ‘opening up’ the predominately white hill towns of Durant, West, and Goodman. As the 1967 Freedom Democratic Party county campaign coordinator, he led training workshops in a different community each night of the week.” 8 x 10 B&W circa 1967 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-305 Copy 1 Howard Taft Bailey, sitting at a table, checking election petitions for candidate T.C. Johnson. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-305 Copy 2 Howard Taft Bailey, sitting at a table, checking election petitions for candidate T.C. Johnson. 8 x 10 B&W 1967 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-306 In center back, facing left is Bernice Patton Montgomery. Right of Montgomery is Elease Gallion, Lugertha Wright, Julia Matilda Burns, Walter Bruce, Howard Taft Bailey, and Alice Tate. Montgomery speaks here to local leaders and staff of the Milton Olive and the Holmes County Health Research programs and the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP). 8 x 10 B&W 1969 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-307 Copy 1 Bernice Patton Montgomery, standing, and Elease Gallion, Lugertha Wright, Julia Matilda Burns, Walter Bruce, Howard Taft Bailey, and Alice Tate Montgomery, all seated. Bernice Patton Montgomery is speaking to local leaders and staff of the Milton Olive and the Holmes County Health Research programs and the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP). 8 x 10 B&W 1969 (Box 110, Folder 14) M502-307 Copy 2 Bernice Patton Montgomery, standing, and Elease Gallion, Lugertha Wright, Julia Matilda Burns, Walter Bruce, Howard Taft Bailey, and Alice Tate Montgomery, all seated. Bernice Patton Montgomery is speaking to local leaders and staff of the Milton Olive and the Holmes County Health Research programs and the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP). 8 x 10 B&W 1969 (Box 110, Folder 14)

M502-307 Copy 3 Bernice Patton Montgomery, standing, and Elease Gallion, Lugertha Wright, Julia Matilda Burns, Walter Bruce, Howard Taft Bailey, and Alice Tate Montgomery, all seated. Bernice Patton Montgomery is speaking to local leaders and staff of the Milton Olive and the Holmes County Health Research programs and the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP). 16 x 20 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-308 copy 1 A partial body shot of Tom Ellis on Sue and Henry’s front porch in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-308 copy 2 A partial body shot of Tom Ellis on Sue and Henry’s front porch in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-308 copy 3 A partial body shot of Tom Ellis on Sue and Henry’s front porch in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-309 A partial body shot of Tom Ellis on Sue and Henry’s front porch in Lexington. 4 x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 110, Folder 15) M502-310 Five unidentified children, three girls and two boys, on a front porch, all nicely dressed. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1968 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-311 Copy 1 Robert Head on left with granddaughter Patricia in the cente, and wife Pecolia on right sitting on the porch of their Mileston home. 3 ½ x 5 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-311 Copy 2 Robert Head on left with granddaughter Patricia in the cente, and wife Pecolia on right sitting on the porch of their Mileston home. 3 ½ x 5 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-311 Copy 3 Robert Head on left with granddaughter Patricia in the center and wife Pecolia on right sitting on the porch of their Mileston home. 4 x 6 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-311 Copy 4 Robert Head on left with granddaughter Patricia in the center and wife Pecolia on right sitting on the porch of their Mileston home. 5 x 7 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-311 Copy 5 Robert Head on left with granddaughter Patricia in the center and wife Pecolia on right sitting on the porch of their Mileston home. 8 x 10 B&W May 1969 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-311 Copy 6 Robert Head on left with granddaughter Patricia in the center and wife Pecolia on right sitting on the porch of their Mileston home. 16 x 20 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-312 An unidentified man speaking to a group of people. Henry Lorenzi is standing in the back. 8 x 10 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-313 A full body shot of Alec Shimkin walking a bridge with people and some houses behind him. He is in Vietnam. 6 ¾ x 9 ½ B&W 1971 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-314 From Thunder of Freedom page 151: “Young women took on leadership roles in the movement. Rosie Head (right) and Elease Gallion (behind Rosie) were both living with their parents when the movement sparked them to action at the Greenwood meetings. They worked with the 1964 Summer Project volunteers and alter ran the kindergarten and center programs for health, welfare, voter registration, and legal issues. On the left are Lula Turner Erwin and Catherine McLaurin.” 8 x 10 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-315 Headshot of Cathy. 4 ¾ x 7 B&W 1971 (Box 110, Folder 15)

M502-316 A side view of an unidentified woman. 3 x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-317 Two unidentified men, one possibly could be Eugene Montgomery, sitting on a block wall with houses in the background. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-318 A group of unidentified women outside a building. 3 ¼ x 4 ¼ B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-319 An unidentified man in a field about to catch a ball. 4 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-320 Three unidentified men with a car, house, and an unidentified woman in the background. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated, circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-321 The backs of two unidentified men shoveling rocks into the back of a pickup truck. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-322 A headshot of Cathy Shaffer. 1 x 1 ¾ Color undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-323 Copy 1 Three unidentified men sitting and one unidentified man standing at a table. 5 x 7 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-323 Copy 2 Three unidentified men sitting and one unidentified man standing at a table. 5 x 7 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-324 Four unidentified men sitting at a table. 5 x 7 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-325 Five unidentified men sitting at a table. 5 x 7 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 16)

M502-326 Copy 1 Almost a full body shot of Erma Russell sitting on a couch inside a home. A couple of photo albums are next to her. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2001 (Box 110, Folder 17)

M502-326 Copy 2 Almost a full body shot of Erma Russell sitting on a couch inside a home. A couple of photo albums are next to her. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2001 (Box 110, Folder 17)

M502-327 Copy 1 A full body shot of Erma Russell sitting on a couch inside a home. A couple of photo albums are next to her. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2001 (Box 110, Folder 17)

M502-327 Copy 2 A full body shot of Erma Russell sitting on a couch inside a home. A couple of photo albums are next to her. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2001 (Box 110, Folder 17)

M502-328 Copy 1 A full body shot of James Russell sitting in a chair inside a home. He has a cane in his right hand. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2001 (Box 110, Folder 17)

M502-328 Copy 2 A full body shot of James Russell sitting in a chair inside a home. He has a cane in his right hand. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2001 (Box 110, Folder 17)

M502-329 A full body shot of Jesse James, with cane in hand, and Erma Hayes Russell sitting next to each other inside a home. 4 x 6 B&W circa 2001 (Box 110, Folder 17)

M502-330 An unidentified man sitting next to an unidentified woman holding a baby. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-331 Two unidentified men and one unidentified woman behind a cafeteria line. They appear to be making food. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-332 Two unidentified men standing behind a cafeteria line. They appear to be making food. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-333 Two unidentified women sitting and one unidentified woman partially standing. They all are behind a table. One woman appears to be writing. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-334 An unidentified girl, possibly Rev. W.B. Davis’s granddaughter, standing outside near several adults. One of the men possibly is Rev. W.B. Davis. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-335 Three unidentified girls walking down a wooded trail. One girl is looking back at the camera. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-336 Outside are four unidentified children in the foreground with three unidentified five unidentified adults in background, three are in the yard and two are in the doorway. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-337 Clothes on a line outside with a house off to the left and in the background. 3 ½ x 4 ¾ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-338 Tchula participates in Mississippi merit program large yard sign with a building in the background. An unidentified woman with an umbrella on the left side of the photograph. 4 x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-339 An unidentified man sitting on a horse with two gas pumps and McGee’s Café and Grocery behind him. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-340 A hoe leaning up against a cart near what appears to be a small wooden shack or small house. 4 ¾ x 6 ¾ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-341 Landscape – a fence line. 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-342 Copy 1 The Holmes County Courthouse, Lexington from Beal Street. 4 x 6 B&W 1969 (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-342 Copy 2 The Holmes County Courthouse, Lexington from Beal Street. 11 x 14 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-343 Two unidentified women. They appear to be speaking. 4 x 6 Color undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-344 Two unidentified women and one unidentified man standing outside a store. 4 x 6 Color undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-345 One unidentified woman sitting next to an unidentified man standing behind a podium. They are possibly at The Some People exhibit. 4 x 6 Color September 2003 (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-346 Two unidentified women, one sitting and one standing behind a podium. They are possibly at The Some People exhibit. 4 x 6 Color September 2003 (Box 110, Folder 18)

M502-347 Copy 1 Five unidentified young men standing side-by-side outside with a group of people standing on a small hill in the background. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-347 Copy 2 Five unidentified young men standing side-by-side outside with a group of people standing on a small hill in the background. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-348 Copy 1 A group of unidentified people standing on a small hill in the distance. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-348 Copy 2 A group of unidentified people standing on a small hill in the distance. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-349 An unidentified woman standing behind a desk with bookshelves on either side of her. 3 ½ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-350 A headshot of an unidentified man. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-351 A headshot of an unidentified man. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-352 A headshot of an unidentified man. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-353 An unidentified man squatting near a wall of photographs. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-354 An unidentified man sitting on a chair with a notebook in his hand. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W undated (Box 110, Folder 19)

M502-355 Henry Kirksey campaigning in Greenville. He is with two unidentified adults and two unidentified children outside. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W summer 1977 (Box 111, Folder 1)

M502-356 Copy 1 Election poster showing SNCC workers in the Greenwood Movement. 5 x 7 B&W 1963 - 1964 (Box 111, Folder 1)

M502-356 Copy 2 Election poster showing SNCC workers in the Greenwood Movement. 5 x 7 B&W 1963 - 1964 (Box 111, Folder 1)

M502-357 Four Greenwood Movement activists from left to right unidentified woman, Saul Sutton, Willie James Burns, and Mary Brunder sitting around a table. 8 x 10 B&W January 1965 (Box 111, Folder 1)

M502-358 Copy 1 Sue, Jack Lovie, Larry Stevens, and Mary Brunder standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-358 Copy 2 Sue, Jack Lovie, Larry Stevens, and Mary Brunder standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-359 Sue, Henry, Jack Lovie, Larry Stevens, and Mary Brunder standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-360 Copy 1 Sue, Henry, and Jack Lovie standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-360 Copy 2 Sue, Henry, and Jack Lovie standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-361 Copy 1 Sue, Henry, and Jack Lovie standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-361 Copy 2 Sue, Henry, and Jack Lovie standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-361 Copy 3 Sue, Henry, and Jack Lovie standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 8 x 10 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-361 Copy 4 Sue, Henry, and Jack Lovie standing around a stove at the Holmes County Community Center. 8 x 10 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 2)

M502-362 Tony Jones embracing Dorothy Lovie at the Holmes County Community Center. 3 ½ x 5 B&W spring 1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-363 Sue and Henry Lorenzi inside the Holmes County Community Center. 3 ½ x 5 B&W summer1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-364 Henry Lorenzi and Mary Brunder, backs to the camera, are walking a road from the community center to the highway. 3 ½ x 5 B&W summer1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-365 Mary Helen Robert and Rosebud Clark sitting with two unidentified women at the Holmes County Community Center in Mileston. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-366 Thelma Lee Head sitting by a sewing machine at the Holmes County Community Center. From Thunder of Freedom page 71: ‘Thelma ‘Nutchie’ Head, a seamstress of note and a sister of Rosie Head, occasionally used her sewing machine in the center’s library.” 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-367 The back of Ralthus Hayes. He is leading a Mileston FDP meeting at the Holmes County Community Center. 3 ½ x 5 B&W summer 1968 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-368 Copy 1 Rosie Head, one of the first staff members of the community center, is pictured standing in the center’s kitchen. 3 ½ x 5 B&W summer 1968 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-368 Copy 2 Rosie Head, one of the first staff members of the community center, is pictured standing in the center’s kitchen. 5 x 7 B&W summer 1968 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-369 Sue sitting next to Reporter Elaine Howmiller at the Holmes County Community Center. It appears that Howmiller is interviewing Sue. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-370 Henry and Sue sitting down with Tony Jones slightly bent behind the Lorenzi’s at the Holmes County Community Center – Mileston. It appears that Jones has a pack of cigarettes in one hand and a cup in the other hand. Sue has one cigarette in her hand. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-371 Henry and Sue sitting down with Tony Jones standing behind the Lorenzi’s at the Holmes County Community Center – Mileston. It appears that Jones has a cigarette in his mouth and is bending over to light the cigarette in Sue’s hand. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-372 A group of people at the Holmes County Community Center – Mileston. It appears that it is right before a meeting. 4 x 6 B&W circa late 1960s (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-373 Copy 1 Robert Cooper Howard and Burrell Tate at the Holmes County Community Center – Mileston. They are laughing at the FDP countywide meeting. 8 x 10 B&W 1969 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-373 Copy 2 Robert Cooper Howard and Burrell Tate at the Holmes County Community Center – Mileston. They are laughing at the FDP countywide meeting. 11 x 14 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-374 Copy 1 Older Mileston women making freedom from left: Alma Mitchell Carnegie, Annie Bell Mitchell, Caldonia Davis (center), Florence Blackman, Maude Vance. In background: C. Bell Turnbow, Mary Turnbow, Rodger Head. From Thunder of Freedom page 68: “The older Mileston women sometimes gathered before the regular Wednesday night meeting at the Community Center at Mileston.” 8 x 10 B&W June 1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-374 Copy 2 Older Mileston women making freedom from left: Alma Mitchell Carnegie, Annie Bell Mitchell, Caldonia Davis (center), Florence Blackman, Maude Vance. In background: C. Bell Turnbow, Mary Turnbow, Rodger Head. From Thunder of Freedom page 68: “The older Mileston women sometimes gathered before the regular Wednesday night meeting at the Community Center at Mileston.” 8 x 10 B&W June 1965 (Box 111, Folder 3)

M502-374 Copy 3 Older Mileston women making freedom from left: Alma Mitchell Carnegie, Annie Bell Mitchell, Caldonia Davis (center), Florence Blackman, Maude Vance. In background: C. Bell Turnbow, Mary Turnbow, Rodger Head. From Thunder of Freedom page 68: “The older Mileston women sometimes gathered before the regular Wednesday night meeting at the Community Center at Mileston.” 11 x 14 B&W June 1965 (Box 113)

M502-374 Copy 4 Older Mileston women making freedom from left: Alma Mitchell Carnegie, Annie Bell Mitchell, Caldonia Davis (center), Florence Blackman, Maude Vance. In background: C. Bell Turnbow, Mary Turnbow, Rodger Head. From Thunder of Freedom page 68: “The older Mileston women sometimes gathered before the regular Wednesday night meeting at the Community Center at Mileston.” 16 x 20 B&W June 1965 (Box 113)

M502-375 Thirteen people sitting around a table for the Planning Session. Some people include Henry Lorenzi, Mary Tate, Ralthus Hayes, and Bernice Montgomery. 5 x 7 B&W July 1967 (Box 111, Folder 4)

M502-376 From left to right: Ms. Rainwater, Lugertha Wright, Henry Lorenzi, Bernice Montgomery, Mary Alice Tate, and Ralthus Hayes in Chicago, Illinois sitting around a table to discuss the Holmes County Health Research Program. 8 x 10 B&W July 1967 (Box 111, Folder 4)

M502-377 A house by the road and on the left there are three unidentified women standing in front of a tree. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-378 A partial body shot of an unidentified man with glasses and arms folded. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5) M502-379 An unidentified woman helping an unidentified child put on a shoe. She is also surrounded by nine other unidentified children. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-380 Inside a home, an unidentified woman holding a child with two unidentified children by her side. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-381 An unidentified man sitting and an unidentified woman standing next to him. She has her hand on his shoulder. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-382 An unidentified man sitting and an unidentified woman standing next to him. She has her hand on his shoulder. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-383 An unidentified woman bending over a bed to take care of a baby. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-384 A bed. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-385 A bench to the side of and a wheelchair at the base of a bed. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-386 A kitchen. The photograph shows a wood burning stove and a sink. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-387 A kitchen. The photograph shows a refrigerator, washing machine, a stove, and a chair. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-388 An outhouse. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W April 1969 (Box 111, Folder 5)

M502-389 Unidentified children sitting in chairs with their heads on the table. They are at the community center in Mileston. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-390 Copy 1 Unidentified children sitting in chairs with their heads on the table. They are at the community center in Mileston. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-390 Copy 2 Unidentified children sitting in chairs with their heads on the table. They are at the community center in Mileston. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-391 Copy 1 Four unidentified children sitting in chairs with their heads on the table looking towards the camera. They are at the community center in Mileston. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-391 Copy 2 Four unidentified children sitting in chairs with their heads on the table looking towards the camera. They are at the community center in Mileston. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-392 Copy 1 Three unidentified children sitting at a table looking at the camera. They are at the community center in Mileston. 4 x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-392 Copy 2 Three unidentified children sitting at a table looking at the camera. They are at the community center in Mileston. 4 x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-393 Copy 1 Several unidentified children sitting at a table. They are at the community center in Mileston. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-393 Copy 2 Several unidentified children sitting at a table. They are at the community center in Mileston. 4 ¾ x 7 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-394 A partial body shot of Mary Helen Kohn. According to Thunder of Freedom page 117, she was one of the original Head Start teachers. 2 ½ x 3 ¾ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-395 Several unidentified kindergarten students and one unidentified woman outside before Head Start. 4 x 6 Color circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-396 Two unidentified women and a group of unidentified kindergarten students on and beside a porch posing for a picture before Head Start. 4 x 6 Color circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-397 Henry Lorenzi in the background at the Tchula Head Start Center. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W January 1968 (Box 111, Folder 6)

M502-398 Copy 1 From Thunder of Freedom page 119: “C. Bell Turnbow, wife of Hartman Turnbow, rests in one of the children’s chairs. She became the cook when Head Start replaced the kindergarten center.” 2 ¼ x 4 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-398 Copy 2 From Thunder of Freedom page 119: “C. Bell Turnbow, wife of Hartman Turnbow, rests in one of the children’s chairs. She became the cook when Head Start replaced the kindergarten center.” 4 x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-399 A partial body shot of C. Bell Turnbow. From Thunder of Freedom page 119: “C. Bell Turnbow, wife of Hartman Turnbow, rests in one of the children’s chairs. She became the cook when Head Start replaced the kindergarten center.” 4 x 5 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-400 Debra, Michael, Luther Dale, Shirley Mae, and Dolly Mae Head in the community center library at Mileston. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)
M502-401 Butch and Dolly Mae Head in the community center library at Mileston. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-402 Three unidentified girls in the community center library at Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-403 Three unidentified girls in the community center library at Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-404 An unidentified woman in the community center library at Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-405 Copy 1 Dolly Mae Head standing and Luther Dale Head sitting on a log outside the community center at Mileston. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-405 Copy 2 Dolly Mae Head standing and Luther Dale Head sitting on a log outside the community center at Mileston. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-405 Copy 3 Dolly Mae Head standing and Luther Dale Head sitting on a log outside the community center at Mileston. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-405 Copy 4 Dolly Mae Head standing and Luther Dale Head sitting on a log outside the community center at Mileston. 4 x 6 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-405 Copy 5 Dolly Mae Head standing and Luther Dale Head sitting on a log outside the community center at Mileston. 8 x 10 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-405 Copy 6 Dolly Mae Head standing and Luther Dale Head sitting on a log outside the community center at Mileston. 2 x 8 ¾ B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 7)

M502-405 Copy 7 Dolly Mae Head standing and Luther Dale Head sitting on a log outside the community center at Mileston. 11 x 14 B&W June 1968 (Box 113)

M502-406 Mrs. Annie Devine and Alvin Bronstein both sitting in a pew. Henry and Sue Lorenzi are in the background. It is the third Sunday in Goodman. 2 ½ x 3 ½ Color May 1967 (Box 111, Folder 8)

M502-407 Henry, Aaron, and Harriet sitting in the grass. 3 ¼ x 3 ¼ Color May 1977 (Box 111, Folder 8)

M502-408 Henry Lorenzi sitting next to an unidentified woman and three unidentified children. They are sitting on some steps in front of a house. 3 ½ x 3 ½ Color May 1978 (Box 111, Folder 8)

M502-409 Henry Lorenzi sitting four unidentified children and one unidentified woman, possibly Sue. They are sitting on some steps in front of a house. 3 ½ x 3 ½ Color May 1978 (Box 111, Folder 8)

M502-410 Puppy Dog Sadoff in Oakland. 2 ¾ x 3 B&W June 1964 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-411 The Lorenzi’s home in Balance Due, Lexington. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W February 1967 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-412 Bernice Montgomery, Andrew, Marie Moore, Edna Lovie, Henry Lorenzi, and an unidentified person standing in front of the Milton Olive office. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W January 1968 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-413 Henry Lorenzi sitting outside the Goodman Church on the third Sunday. 2 ½ x 3 ½ Color May 1967 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-414 Henry and Sue standing side-by-side outside. 3 ½ x 5 Color August 1974 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-415 Henry and Sue, in cap and gown, sitting outside at her graduation at California Berkeley. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W June 1964 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-416 Photograph after Sue’s graduation from Berkeley. She and Henry, with cigarette in hand, are standing side-by-side outside. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W June 1964 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-417 Sue is sitting and Henry is standing at a Lawyer’s office in Jackson, Mississippi. 2 ½ x 3 Color March 1966 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-418 Lawrence Guyot standing on a stage speaking at a rally picnic for campaign near Lexington. 2 ½ x 3 ½ Color July 4, 1967 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-419 Henry sitting at his desk in his home in Lexington. He is reading a book. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-420 Henry sitting at his desk in his home in Lexington. He is looking up from a book. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-421 Henry sitting on a porch in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-422 Henry sitting on a porch in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-423 Henry sitting on a porch in Lexington. He is sitting in a rocking chair reading a book. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 9)

M502-424 The Clarks – Norman and Rosebud Townsend Clark with Kayrecia [sic] and baby James Lovelle [sic] at their home in Mileston Holmes County. All four are sitting on a couch. 5 x 7 B&W circa 1963 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-425 Sue and Henry, with pipe, are lying on a couch. 5 x 7 B&W 1971 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-426 Copy 1 Sue sitting in a chair with a blanket on her lap. She is at the Holmes County Community Center in Mileston. 5 x 7 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-426 Copy 2 Sue sitting in a chair with a blanket on her lap. She is at the Holmes County Community Center in Mileston. 8 x 10 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-427 Henry and Sue, both with cigarettes in hand, are sitting in the Holmes County Community Center in Mileston. 6 ½ x 9 ½ B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-428 Henry and Sue are sitting in the Holmes County Community Center in Mileston. It appears that they are in a group meeting. 8 x 10 B&W February 1965 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-429 “Chewing tobacco and feeding Aaron” is on the back of the photograph. Henry is holding and feeding infant Aaron. 3 ½ x 4 ¾ B&W 1972 (Box 111, Folder 10)

M502-430 Norman Clark and Robert Cooper Howard discussing strategy with an outside worker in the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Office in Lexington. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-431 Hartman Turnbow speaking at a Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) countywide meeting. 4 x 6 B&W March 1969 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-432 Reverend Willie B. Davis leaning against a car. The courthouse is in the distance. From Thunder of Freedom page 262: “Reverend Willie B. Davis waits across from the 1967 Holmes Freedom Democratic Party Campaign Office on Beale Street.” 4 x 6 B&W 1967 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-433 Mrs. Roby standing next to another unidentified woman at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) countywide meeting. They are talking beside a vehicle. A building and several people are in the background. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W Spring 1966 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-434 Gene Montgomery, leaning on a post, is in front of the FDP office. 3 ½ x 3 ½ B&W Spring 1966 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-435 Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Deposition talking in Greenwood. An unidentified woman is standing. She is speaking to a group of women. 5 x 7 B&W 1965 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-436 Copy 1 Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Deposition talking in Greenwood. An unidentified woman is standing. She is speaking to a group of women. 5 x 7 B&W 1965 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-436 Copy 2 Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Deposition talking in Greenwood. An unidentified woman is standing. She is speaking to a group of women. 5 x 7 B&W 1965 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-437 A group of people at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Deposition talking in Greenwood. 5 x 7 B&W 1965 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-438 Copy 1 Ralthus Hayes, Jesse Russell, Willie James Burns, Virgie Saffold, and a group of people at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Deposition talking in Greenwood. 5 x 7 B&W 1965 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-438 Copy 2 Ralthus Hayes, Jesse Russell, Willie James Burns, Virgie Saffold, and a group of people at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Deposition talking in Greenwood. 5 x 7 B&W 1965 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-439 T.C. Johnson and Sue Lorenzi at the campaign office. Ralthus Hayes and Robert Clark are in the background. 2 ½ x 3 ¼ B&W 1967 (Box 111, Folder 11) M502-440 Henry, Sue, and Alec Shimkin on the porch of the Goodman Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) countywide meeting. 5 x 7 B&W May 1967 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-441 A partial body shot of Sue sitting inside the FDP office in Lexington. Her mouth is opened and her right hand is partially in the air. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-442 A partial body shot of Sue sitting inside the FDP office in Lexington. She is smiling for the camera. 3 ½ x 5 B&W June 1968 (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-443 Henry Lorenzi, Warren Booker, and Joe Smith are with a group of people sitting in the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) campaign office. 4 x 6 B&W circa 1960s (Box 111, Folder 11)

M502-444 Copy 1 Eugene Montgomery is in a suit and squatting with the current inhabitants on the front porch of what used to be the Holmes County FDP Office. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-444 Copy 2 Eugene Montgomery is in a suit and squatting with the current inhabitants on the front porch of what used to be the Holmes County FDP Office. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-445 Copy 1 Eugene Montgomery is in a suit and standing with the current inhabitants on the front porch of what used to be the Holmes County FDP Office. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-445 Copy 2 Eugene Montgomery is in a suit and standing with the current inhabitants on the front porch of what used to be the Holmes County FDP Office. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-446 Copy 1 Eugene Montgomery is in a suit and standing on the front porch of what used to be the Holmes County FDP Office. The current inhabitants are sitting behind him. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-446 Copy 2 Eugene Montgomery is in a suit and standing on the front porch of what used to be the Holmes County FDP Office. The current inhabitants are sitting behind him. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-447 Copy 1 Nancy Epps gesturing while sitting at a table. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-447 Copy 2 Nancy Epps gesturing while sitting at a table. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-448 Nancy Epps resting elbow on a table. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-449 Copy 1 Rosebud Clark with notebook in hand is sitting in a recliner. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-449 Copy 2 Rosebud Clark with notebook in hand is sitting in a recliner. 3 ½ x 5 Color 1985 (Box 111, Folder 12)

M502-450 An unidentified group of people sitting at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-451 Three unidentified men sitting at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-452 An unidentified woman sitting at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-453 An unidentified group of children at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-454 An unidentified group of children at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-455 An unidentified group of children at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-456 An unidentified group of children at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-457 Four unidentified men standing behind an unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. Erma Russell, in a wheelchair. They are at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-458 A group of unidentified people standing behind an unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. Erma Russell, in a wheelchair. They are at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-459 Zelma Williams Croom kneeling down to talk to an unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. Erma Russell, in a wheelchair. They are at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-460 Zelma Williams Croom kneeling down to talk to an unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. Erma Russell, in a wheelchair. They are at an unknown event. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-461 An unidentified woman, possibly Mrs. Erma Russell, sitting in a wheelchair in her home. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 111, Folder 13)

M502-462 Sue Sojourner with an unidentified woman walking around the “Got To Thinking…” exhibit. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-463 An unidentified woman viewing the “Got To Thinking…” exhibit. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-464 An unidentified group of people viewing the “Got To Thinking…” exhibit. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-465 An unidentified woman viewing the “Got To Thinking…” exhibit. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-466 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit display case. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-467 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit display case. Included is a Martin Luther King, Jr. fan. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-468 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit display case. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-469 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit display case. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-470 Inside a “Got To Thinking…” exhibit display case. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-471 A “Got To Thinking…” exhibit display case in the foreground with a wall display in the background. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-472 Sue Sojourner with a 2 liter Coke bottle in hand and an unidentified woman are at the “Got To Thinking…” exhibit. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-473 A quilt at the “Got To Thinking…” exhibit. The label states “patchwork quilt handmade in 1960s by Elra Johnson, Holmes County, from new scraps from the sportswear factory in her home in Durant, Mississippi.” 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 14)

M502-474 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-475 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-476 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-477 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-478 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-479 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-480 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-481 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-482 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display – a frame. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-483 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display – a frame. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-484 “Got To Thinking…” exhibit wall display – a frame. 4 x 6 Color January – March 1998 (Box 111, Folder 15)

M502-485 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-486 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-487 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-488 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-489 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-490 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-491 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-492 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 16)

M502-493 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-494 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display in the background and an unidentified young man in the foreground with a dog. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-495 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-496 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-497 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-498 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-499 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-500 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-501 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-502 “The Some People” exhibit, possibly at the Washington galleries, wall display. 4 x 6 B&W/Color August 1999 (Box 111, Folder 17)

M502-503 The outside trailer at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-504 Edgar Love sitting with a group of unidentified people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-505 Jessie Banks and Edgar Love sitting with a group of unidentified people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-506 Jessie Banks and Edgar Love standing with a group of unidentified people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-507 Jessie Banks, Edgar Love, and Sandra Faith Hayes standing with a group of unidentified people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-508 Copy 1 Patsy Williams standing in the doorway of the trailer at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-508 Copy 2 Patsy Williams standing in the doorway of the trailer at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 5 x 7 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-509 An unidentified man appears to be doing some work on the trailer. He is standing on a ladder with a drill at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-510 An unidentified man sitting at a table at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-511 An unidentified man sitting at a table at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-512 An unidentified man sitting at a table at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-513 An unidentified man sitting at a table at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-514 A full body shot of an unidentified woman standing by a wall exhibit at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-515 A full body shot of an unidentified man, with a cup in one hand, standing by a wall exhibit at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-516 A full body shot of Shawna Croom standing by a wall exhibit at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-517 A full body shot Shawna Croom and Zelma Williams Croom standing by a wall exhibit at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 18)

M502-518 A full body shot of Zelma William Croom standing by a wall exhibit at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-519 Rosie Head Howze is sitting and Zelma Williams Croom is standing at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-520 Rosie Head Howze is sitting and Zelma Williams Croom is standing at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-521 Rosie Head Howze is sitting at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-522 A full body shot of Terry Wright standing next to the Pecan Grove photographs at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-523 Possibly Nathaniel Smith viewing the exhibit at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-524 Walter Bruce is sitting behind a table in the foreground and an unidentified woman is sitting behind him at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-525 Walter Bruce standing and speaking with an unidentified woman sitting behind him and Bea Jenkins sitting on the right of him at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19) M502-526 Walter Bruce standing and speaking with two unidentified people near him at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-527 Standing from left to right are Mary Hayes, Nathaniel Smith, Walter Bruce, and Bea Jenkins at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-528 Standing from left to right are Mary Hayes, Nathaniel Smith, Walter Bruce, and Bea Jenkins at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-529 Walter Bruce standing and speaking with Nathaniel Smith sitting to his left, Bea Jenkins sitting to his right, and an unidentified man standing behind him at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-530 One unidentified woman signing the guest book and another unidentified woman picking up a brochure at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 19)

M502-531 One unidentified woman signing the guest book and another unidentified woman looking at a sheet of paper at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-532 One unidentified woman signing the guest book and two unidentified women holding a sheet of paper at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-533 An unidentified woman looking at the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-534 An unidentified woman bending over to look at the exhibit material on the floor at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-535 An unidentified woman looking at the exhibit material on the floor at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-536 An unidentified woman looking at the exhibit material on the floor at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-537 Four unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 ¾ x 4 ½ B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-538 Four unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-539 An unidentified woman viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 x 5 ¼ B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-540 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 ¾ x 4 ¾ B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-541 Two unidentified people viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 ½ x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-542 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 ½ x 5 ¾ B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20) M502-543 An unidentified woman with a video recorder viewing and recording the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 111, Folder 20)

M502-544 An unidentified woman with a video recorder viewing and recording the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-545 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-546 One unidentified woman sitting in a chair in the foreground and two unidentified men in the background viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 x 4 ½ B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-547 Three unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-548 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-549 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-550 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-551 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-552 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-553 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-554 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-555 Three unidentified men viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-556 Three unidentified men viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 1)

M502-557 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-558 Two unidentified people viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-559 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-560 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-561 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-562 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-563 An unidentified man viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-564 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-565 An unidentified woman, behind a table, viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-566 An unidentified woman touching the wall near a wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 2)

M502-567 The son of Henry (Spoke) Davis is standing and speaking to a group of people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 ½ x 4 ½ B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-568 The son of Henry (Spoke) Davis is standing and speaking to a group of people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-569 The son of Henry (Spoke) Davis is standing and speaking to a group of people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-570 The son of Henry (Spoke) Davis is standing and speaking to a group of people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-571 The son of Henry (Spoke) Davis is standing and speaking to a group of people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-572 The son of Henry (Spoke) Davis is standing and speaking to a group of people at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-573 A group of children is sitting and three adults are standing at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-574 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-575 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-576 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-577 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-578 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-579 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 3)

M502-580 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-581 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4) M502-582 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-583 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-584 Two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-585 Three unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-586 Two unidentified men by the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. One man is taking a picture of the display. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-587 A group of children sitting at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-588 A group of children sitting at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-589 A group of children sitting at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-590 A group of children sitting at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-591 A group of children sitting at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-592 A group of children sitting at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 3 ½ x 4 ½ B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-593 A group of children some sitting and some standing at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-594 A small group of children and two unidentified women viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-595 Five unidentified children viewing the wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit in Holmes County. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 4)

M502-596 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 4 x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-597 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 4 x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-598 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 4 x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-599 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 4 x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-600 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 4 x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)
M502-601 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 4 x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-602 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 3 ½ x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-603 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 3 ½ x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-604 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 3 ½ x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-605 A wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at Tougaloo College. 3 ½ x 6 B&W 2001 (Box 112, Folder 5)

M502-606 A partial body shot of Sue Sojourner speaking at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-607 A full body shot of Sue Sojourner speaking at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-608 A partial body shot of an unidentified man speaking at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-609 A partial body shot of an unidentified woman speaking at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-610 Zelma Williams Croom speaking at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-611 A partial body shot of an unidentified woman speaking at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-612 A partial body shot of an unidentified woman speaking at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-613 Four unidentified people viewing “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-614 Copy 1 Zelma Williams Croom with four unidentified people near a wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-614 Copy 2 Zelma Williams Croom with four unidentified people near a wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-615 Two unidentified people talking near a wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6) M502-616 Sue Sojourner posing with a group of people near a wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-617 Sue Sojourner posing with two unidentified women near a wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-618 Sue Sojourner sitting and holding an exhibit piece at “The Some People” Exhibit at the University of Wisconsin Superior (UWS). 4 x 6 Color February – March 2004 (Box 112, Folder 6)

M502-619 A group of people including Sue Sojourner, Robert Clark, Walter Bruce, Bea Jenkins, and T.C. Johnson sitting in what appears to be an auditorium at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-620 A group of people including Sue Sojourner, Robert Clark, Walter Bruce, Bea Jenkins, and T.C. Johnson sitting in what appears to be an auditorium at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-621 A group of people including Sue Sojourner, Robert Clark, Walter Bruce, Bea Jenkins, and T.C. Johnson sitting and standing in what appears to be an auditorium at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-622 An unidentified man standing behind a podium with a small group of people sitting, including Sue Sojourner, in what appears to be an auditorium at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-623 Ed King speaking to an unidentified woman at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-624 Copy 1 Title banner and wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-624 Copy 2 Title banner and wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-625 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-626 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-627 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-628 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-629 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 7)

M502-630 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-631 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-632 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-633 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-634 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-635 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-636 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-637 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-638 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-639 Wall display at “The Some People” Exhibit at the Old Capitol Building in Jackson, Mississippi. 4 x 6 Color 2004 (Box 112, Folder 8)

M502-640 A partial body shot of Zelma Williams Croom speaking at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD). 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-641 Zelma Williams Croom speaking at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD). Director Dave is sitting and listening nearby. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-642 Shawna Croom sitting at a table. She is listening to her mother, Zelma Williams Croom, speak at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD). 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-643 A partial body shot of Zelma Williams Croom and Shawna Croom smiling and posing. They are at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) speaking event. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-644 A partial body shot of Dave, Zelma Williams Croom, and Shawna Croom smiling and posing. They are at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) speaking event. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-645 A partial body shot of Dave, Zelma Williams Croom, and Cheryl Reitan smiling and posing. They are at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) speaking event. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-646 Zelma Williams Croom watching Sue Sojourner speak at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) speaking event. Photograph taken by Cheryl Reitan. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-647 Zelma Williams Croom watching Sue Sojourner speak at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) speaking event. Photograph taken by Cheryl Reitan. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-648 A partial body shot of Zelma Williams Croom at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) speaking event. Photograph taken by Cheryl Reitan. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-649 Zelma Williams Croom speaking to an unidentified woman at the University of Minnesota Duluth (UMD) speaking event. Photograph taken by Cheryl Reitan. 4 x 6 Color September 2010 (Box 112, Folder 9)

M502-650 SNCC advertisement “Is he protecting you?” at an unknown exhibit. 3 ½ x 5 B&W/Color undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 112, Folder 10)

M502-651 Robert Clark poster at an unknown exhibit. 3 ½ x 5 B&W/Color undated, possibly circa 2000s (Box 112, Folder 10)

M502-652 Possibly Gooseberry. Trees with waterfall. 3 ½ x 5 B&W undated (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-653 Trees 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-654 Trees 4 x 6 B&W undated (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-655 Trees in the midst of a stormy river. 8 x 10 B&W undated (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-656 Reflection pond in Holmes County, Mississippi. 3 ½ x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-657 Trees with reflections on water. 4 x 6 B&W March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-658 Trees on bank of water with reflection. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-659 Trees in swampland. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly March 2001 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-660 Trees in swampland. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly 2001 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-661 Trees in swampland. 4 x 6 B&W undated, possibly 2001 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-662 Hartman Turnbow’s outhouse after it was bombed, Mileston, Mississippi. 8 x 10 B&W 1965 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-663 Wooden ladder leaning against a house with three dogs sitting outside. Possibly Hartman Turnbow’s house in Mileston. 8 x 10 B&W 1965 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-664 Chickens drinking water from a container from a hand pump well. A fence is in the background. 8 x 10 B&W undated, possibly circa 1965 (Box 112, Folder 11)

M502-665 “A Negro Street in the Deep South” photograph by Bob Fletcher. Several houses are on the right of a dirt road. An unidentified woman is walking down the street. 9 x 13 ½ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 112, Folder 12)

M502-666 License plates nailed to a post from Sunflower County with a broom on top. All of which are on a fence post. 8 ¼ x 13 ½ B&W undated, possibly circa 1960s (Box 112, Folder 12)

M502-667 Nathaniel Beddingfield and Michael Head siting on a couch watching television in the house next to the Beddingfield store. 10 x 13 B&W 1968 (Box 113)

M502-668 Two negative photograph frames of Saul Sutton speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 x 10 ¼ B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-669 Three negative photograph frames of Saul Sutton and an unidentified man speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 ½ x 13 ¾ B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-670 Three negative photograph frames of balcony images and speakers at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 ½ x 13 ¾ B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-671 Nineteen negative photograph frames of Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 11 x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-672 Nineteen negative photograph frames of Fannie Lou Hamer, Lawrence Guyot, and Robert Clark speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 11 x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-673 First seventeen negative photograph frames of Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. The last two negative photograph frames of the Health Research meeting. 11 x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-674 Three negative photograph frames of Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 ½ x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-675 Three negative photograph frames of Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 ½ x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-676 Three negative photograph frames of a speaker and crowd at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 ½ x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-677 Three negative photograph frames of a speaker and crowd at the Holmes County Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Election Rally. The first FDP/Movement function held inside the Holmes County Courthouse in Lexington. 5 ½ x 14 B&W May 1969 (Box 113)

M502-678 A pregnant woman with a hoe in a field with a child lying next to her. The photograph is by Bob Fletcher. Caption on back: The children come with their mothers to the field – when they are old enough to work, six years old sometimes, they come with their mothers and work. 10 x 13 ½ B&W undated (Box 113)

M502-679 A partial body shot of Alma Mitchell Carnegie with her left hand on her face. 9 x 13 ¼ B&W 1964 (Box 113)

M502-680 Photograph of the front page of the Holmes County Herald on the story on the First Fourteen registering to vote. 9 x 13 ¼ B&W April 11, 1963 (Box 113)

M502-681 A collage of the Holmes County Community Center at Mileston from 1964 – 1965. A text is in the top center. 11 x 14 B&W undated, possibly circa 1980s (Box 113)

M502-682 John Daniel Wesley standing in front of a group of people at the third Sunday Countywide meeting. James Moore and Walter Bruce are sitting to his right and a group of people is sitting behind him. 11 x 14 B&W March 1969 (Box 113)

M502-683 Copy 1 Eugene Montgomery speaking at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) office in Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom, page 183: “Eugene Montgomery, an energetic worker and the husband of leader Bernice Montgomery, tirelessly drove, attended meetings, and made others see the humor in the movement drama.” 11 x 14 B&W circa 1968 (Box 113)

M502-683 Copy 2 Eugene Montgomery speaking at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) office in Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom, page 183: “Eugene Montgomery, an energetic worker and the husband of leader Bernice Montgomery, tirelessly drove, attended meetings, and made others see the humor in the movement drama.” 11 x 14 B&W circa 1968 (Box 113)

M502-684 Copy 1 Eugene Montgomery speaking at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) office in Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom, page 183: “Eugene Montgomery, an energetic worker and the husband of leader Bernice Montgomery, tirelessly drove, attended meetings, and made others see the humor in the movement drama.” 11 x 14 B&W circa 1968 (Box 113)

M502-684 Copy 2 Eugene Montgomery speaking at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) office in Lexington. From Thunder of Freedom, page 183: “Eugene Montgomery, an energetic worker and the husband of leader Bernice Montgomery, tirelessly drove, attended meetings, and made others see the humor in the movement drama.” 11 x 14 B&W circa 1968 (Box 113)

M502-685 Norman Clark and Robert Cooper Howard discussing strategy with an outside worker in the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) Office in Lexington. 11 x 14 B&W June 1968 (Box 113)

M502-686 Reverend L.E. Robinson sitting at a table looking at the camera. 3 ¾ x 5 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-687 Copy 1 Burrell Tate of Ebenezer sitting at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) meeting at the Holmes County Community Center in Mileston. 11 x 14 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-687 Copy 2 Burrell Tate of Ebenezer sitting at the Freedom Democratic Party (FDP) meeting at the Holmes County Community Center in Mileston. 11 x 14 B&W 1969 (Box 113)

M502-688 A headshot of Ralthus Hayes. He was a county FDP leader and candidate for Beat 5 supervisor. 3 x 3 B&W 1967 (Box 109, Folder 24)
Title
Henry and Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner Civil Rights Movement Collection
Status
Completed
Author
Collection processed and finding aid written by Shawna Guidry. However, she received invaluable assistance from: · Amanda Abulawi · Dale Autry · Christin Booker · Jessica Clark · Lynn Cowles · Elle Greer · LaQuanda Moffett · Jonathan Puckett · Julia Shropshire · Lorraine Stuart · Jordan Williams
Date
October 16, 2018
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin

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