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Box HUM 2.85 Box 1

 Container

Contains 145 Collections and/or Records:

John T. Joyce, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, 1930s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 17Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (130)
Description: Studio portrait. Inscribed on front: Sincerely yours, Mr. John T. Joyce.

George W. Lee (center) standing with Robert R. Church (left) and an unidentified man in front of Church's office at 392 Beale Avenue in Memphis, Tennessee, 1920s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 18Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (133)
Description: Inscribed on front: From Geo. W. Lee to Col. R.C. Simmons with best wishes.

Author George W. Lee at typewriter with copies of his books, 1945

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 18Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (134)
Description: Inscribed on front: To Roscoe Simmons in friendship, Geo. W. Lee.

Author George W. Lee sitting behind microphone with copies of his books at WHBQ radio station in Memphis, Tennessee, 1948

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 18Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (135)
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...

Professor Michael C. D'Argonne (right) shaking hand with unidentified man, 1930s?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 15Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (101)
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...

Oscar De Priest, head-and-shoulders portrait, facing front, 1930

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 15Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (102)
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...

Paul Lawrence Dunbar, half-length portrait, sitting, facing left, 1890

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 15Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (104)
Description: Studio portrait. Inscribed on back: To my good friend and comrade, Roscoe Simmons, from Paul Lawrence Dunbar.

Metz Lochard sitting at his desk, holding a pipe, 1942

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 18Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (213)
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...

Alfreda Barnett Duster, three-quarter-length portrait, standing, 1950

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 15Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (106)
Description: Studio portrait, possibly taken after Alfreda Barnet Duster became the first African American to win the Parent-Teacher Association's Mother of the Year Award. Inscribed on front: To my dear friend Roscoe C. Simmons, Alfreda Barnett Duster, 7/1/50.

Former United States Representative from Mississippi John R. Lynch (center) with two unidentified men, 1936?

photoDescriptionUnit — Box: HUM 2.85 Box 1, Box: Folder 18Identifier: HUM 2, HUM 2.85, HUM 2.85 (282)
Description: Probably a publicity photograph for the campaign to elect Kansas Governor Alf Landon, Republican Party nominee in the 1936 presidential election.