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Box HUM 2.85 Box 1

 Container

Contains 6 Collections and/or Records:

Roscoe Simmons (standing, far right), Chicago Defender publisher John H. Sengstacke (sitting, second from right) and three other unidentified men posing at a desk with a copy of the Defender newspaper, 1942

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 9Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (51)
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 (third from right) sitting at a table with Republican National Committeeman Perry W. Howard (fourth from right) and other unidentified people, probably 1944

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 9Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (55)
Description: Photograph shows a campaign poster of 1944 Republican nominee for vice president, Ohio Governor John W. Bricker, hanging on the wall behind the group of people pictured, possibly members of the Republican National Committee, Colored Division.

Roscoe Simmons (third from right) sitting at a table with Republican National Committeeman Perry W. Howard (fourth from right) and other unidentified people, probably 1944

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 9Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (56)
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 (standing, far right), Chicago Defender publisher John H. Sengstacke (sitting, second from right) and three other unidentified men posing at a desk with a copy of the Defender newspaper, 1942

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 9Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (52)
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 (center) posing in front of a statue with four unidentified men, 1940s

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 9Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (54)
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...