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Box HUM 2.85 Box 1

 Container

Contains 7 Collections and/or Records:

Roscoe Simmons (center) meeting in Los Angeles with Dr. J.T. Smith (left) of Lincoln Motion Picture Co. and J.B. Loving, probably 1919

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 8Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (45)
Description: Inscribed on back: Compliments of Clarence Brooks, Secty of Lincoln Motion Picture Co., Los Angeles.

Roscoe Simmons (second from left) sitting with (from left to right): Perry W. Howard, John R. Lynch, Robert Kratky (standing), and two other unidentified men, probably 1936

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 8Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (47)
Description: Probably a publicity photograph for the campaign to elect Kansas Governor Alf Landon, Republican Party nominee in the 1936 presidential election.

Roscoe Simmons (sitting, fifth from left) with members of the Joseph P. Leeney (possibly pictured sitting next to Simmons, sixth from left) Women's Organization, 1940s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 8Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (49)
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 Simmons with hosts and organizers at Marked Tree, Arkansas, June 22, 1941, for dedication of Booker T. Washington statue, 1941

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 8Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (44)
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 Simmons (left and right frames) and Phil A. Jones (center frame) with his wife and children, 1925

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 8Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (46)
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 Simmons (far left) standing with other members of the IBPOEW, 1930s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 8Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (48)
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 Simmons on stage speaking to an African American audience, possibly at a Baptist Training Union meeting in Detroit, 1945?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 8Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (50)
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...