A photo album, circa 1940-1950, of an unidentified African-American family, most likely of Richmond, Virginia. The album contains snapshots of multiple family members, taken at schools and colleges including Maggie L. Walker High School and Virginia Union University. Holiday and other events are depicted in the photographs along with shots of the Bell Tower, Kingsley Hall, Pickford Hall, and Moore Street Baptist Church. Several Richmond streets and landmarks are also featured in the photos, including the State Capitol Building, Executive Mansion, Capitol Square, Broad Street Station, the monuments of Matthew Fontaine Maury, Robert E. Lee, and J.E.B. Stuart on Monument Avenue, as well as Maymont estate/park.
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1.25 Linear Feet (1 oversize box)
This collection was previously identified as Mss. Acc. 2010.097. The fragile nature of this item may limit handling.
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