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African Americans -- Kentucky -- Louisville -- Photographs

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 2 Collections and/or Records:

Louisville Defender photographs

Identifier: 1985_026-PA
Content Description Approximately 16,000 photographs from the files of the Louisville Defender, an African American newspaper published in Louisville beginning in 1933. Subjects include local activities, persons, places, politicians, the newspaper’s annual Black Expo and national figures such as Martin Luther King. These photographs were received from Defender publisher Frank L. Stanley's widow, Vivian Stanley, and son, Kenneth Stanley, after his death. They were received as part of Frank Stanley's...
Dates: 1950-1982

Lauretta Hicks Jones photo books

 Collection — Box 1
Identifier: 2022_100
Content Description Consists of two spiral-bound genealogically-focused books and a spiral-bound volume focusing on memories of Central High School in Louisville, Kentucky. The genealogical books are described as being inspired by Ms. Jones' husband, William Jones, and other relatives who "thought it was important to have a book of photo visuals that would capture faces, reflect relationships, and highlight joyous (and challenging) family moments together." One features the Hicks family, the other the French...
Dates: 2016, undated