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Niagara Movement :: 6 collections

The Niagara Movement: Declaration of Principles (s.l.: s.n., 1905). (SCUA pdf file, also available as an downloadable rtf file)

Subject: Niagara Movement delegates, Boston, Mass.

Date: 1907

Reference no. 402

Subject: Niagara Movement delegates, Harper’s Ferry, W.Va. Posed in front of Anthony Hall, Storer College.

Date: 1906 August 17

Reference no. 405

Subject: Niagara Movement founders

Description on verso: “Return to: Emergency Civil Liberties Comm. N.Y., N.Y.”

Top row: H. A. Thompson, New York; Alonzo F. Herndon, Georgia; John Hope, Georgia; unidentified (possibly James R. L. Diggs).
2nd row: Frederick L. McGhee, Minnesota; Norris Bumstead Herndon Son of Alonzo); J. Max Barber, Illinois; W. E. B. Du Bois, Atlanta; Robert Bonner, Massachusetts;
3rd Row: Henry L. Baily, Washington, D.C.; Clement G. Morgan, Massachusetts; W.H.H. Hart, Washington, D.C.; and B.S. Smith, Kansas.

Date: 1905

Reference no. 394

Subject: Niagara Movement members: J. L. Clifford, L. M. Hershaw, F. H. M. Murray, W. E. B. Du Bois. Harper’s Ferry, W.Va.

Date: August 1906.

Reference no. 407

Subject: Niagara Movement, “The Original Twenty-Nine”

Photo by The Columbia, Columbia S.C.
L. to r., top to bottom:
J.L.R. Diggs, H. L. Baily, W. Justin Carter, W. H. Scott, I. F. Bradley, Alonzo F. Herndon,
W. H. Richards, B. S. Smith, Frederick L. McGhee, William Monroe Trotter, G. R. Waller, H. A. Thompson,
W. H. H. Hart, L. M. Hershaw, W. E. B. Du Bois, Charles E. Bentley, Clement G. Morgan,
F. H. M. Murray, J. Max Barber, George Frazier Miller, G. H. Woodson,
James L. Madden, H. C. Smith, E. T. Morris, Richard Hill, Robert Bonner, Byron Gunner.
Not shown: E.B. Jourdain (Massachusetts), George W. Mitchell (Pennsylvania).

Reference no. 404

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