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Box HUM 2.85 Box 1

 Container

Contains 8 Collections and/or Records:

Unidentified woman, possibly Roscoe Conkling Simmons's sister, Alice C. Simmons, standing in front of bush, 1920s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (156)
Scope and Contents: Most of the identifiable photographs are signed or unsigned portraits of Simmons, his family, and political colleagues or other prominent Americans, especially members of the African-American community. There also numerous photographs of unidentified group events, such as graduations or funerals, as well as photographs of unidentified monuments and buildings. Simmons' apparent interest in United States foreign policy and military actions is evident in this series. There...

Unidentified woman, possibly Roscoe Conklin g Simmons's sister, Alice C. Simmons, sitting on fence, 1920s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (158)
Scope and Contents: Most of the identifiable photographs are signed or unsigned portraits of Simmons, his family, and political colleagues or other prominent Americans, especially members of the African-American community. There also numerous photographs of unidentified group events, such as graduations or funerals, as well as photographs of unidentified monuments and buildings. Simmons' apparent interest in United States foreign policy and military actions is evident in this series. There...

Unidentified woman, possibly Roscoe Conklin g Simmons's sister, Alice C. Simmons, standing with unidentified man next to fence, 1920s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (159)
Scope and Contents: Most of the identifiable photographs are signed or unsigned portraits of Simmons, his family, and political colleagues or other prominent Americans, especially members of the African-American community. There also numerous photographs of unidentified group events, such as graduations or funerals, as well as photographs of unidentified monuments and buildings. Simmons' apparent interest in United States foreign policy and military actions is evident in this series. There...

Roscoe Conkling Simmons's nephew, John A. Simmons, wearing uniform, standing behind microphone in front of band leader and musicians, 1943

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (160)
Description: Inscribed on front: To Uncle Roscoe, John.

Roscoe Conkling Simmons's son William Murray Simmons, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing left, 1950

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (161)
Description: Inscribed on back: Metro general. William Murray Simmons, 20. Return to Metro for Roscoe Simmons.

P.H. Stone, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, 1930s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (163)
Scope and Contents: Most of the identifiable photographs are signed or unsigned portraits of Simmons, his family, and political colleagues or other prominent Americans, especially members of the African-American community. There also numerous photographs of unidentified group events, such as graduations or funerals, as well as photographs of unidentified monuments and buildings. Simmons' apparent interest in United States foreign policy and military actions is evident in this series. There...

Richard B. Scandrett Jr., head-and-shoulders portrait, facing right, 1936

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (155)
Description: Studio portrait. Inscribed on front: To Roscoe Simmons from his sincere friend, Richard B. Scandrett Jr., Dec. 12, 1936.

Unidentified woman, possibly Roscoe Conkling Simmons's sister, Alice C. Simmons, sitting on grass, 1920s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 20Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (157)
Scope and Contents: Most of the identifiable photographs are signed or unsigned portraits of Simmons, his family, and political colleagues or other prominent Americans, especially members of the African-American community. There also numerous photographs of unidentified group events, such as graduations or funerals, as well as photographs of unidentified monuments and buildings. Simmons' apparent interest in United States foreign policy and military actions is evident in this series. There...