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Black men and boy on sidewalk

William L. Hughes Family Photo Collection

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Item Details

date
1933-04-17
2021-08-27T13:53:34Z
2021-08-27T13:53:34Z
2021-08-27 (issued)
description
Black and white photograph shows two Black men and a young Black boy standing together on a sidewalk in front of a brick or stone building. The man at left is wearing high-waisted belted pants and a cardigan over a white button-up shirt, smiling at the camera with his arm around the man at right. The man at right is wearing a suit and tie with a vest and an open coat, wearing a newsboy-style cap,looking at the camera, holding a cigarette in between two fingers and using his hands to hold the boy's shoulders. The boy is looking right, wearing a peacoat with a white undershirt and a newsboy-style cap. The back of the image reads "Jack Farris, Groves Hilton, Charles Speaker" (or "Grovey Hilton") in black handwritten cursive and is stamped with a red circular stamp, reading "Rapic Photo Service Inc." and "APR 17 1833."
format
image/jpeg
photographs
Permalink
http://hdl.handle.net/10339/98998
language
English
rights
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Rights Statement
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subject
African American men
African Americans--Portraits
Family--Portraits--North Carolina--Stokes County (N.C.)
Portrait photography--North Carolina--Stokes County (N.C.)
Stokes County (N.C.)--History--Sources
title
Black men and boy on sidewalk
type
Still Image

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