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Subject: Discharged Negro soldiers learning the trade of shoemaking

Date: ca.1917-1918

Reference no. 569


  • African American soldiers.
  • World War, 1914-1918.

Subject: Du Bois, W.E.B. and visitors on his 95th birthday, Accra, Ghana

Date: 1963 February 23

Reference no. 744

Subject: N.A. Training Branch, Tuskegee Institute, Ala.

Date: ca.1917-1918

Reference no. 571


  • African American soldiers.
  • World War, 1914-1918.
  • Tuskegee Institute.

Subject: NAACP Exhibit

Date: undated

Reference no. 012

Subject: Neal, Richard M.

Date: undated

Reference no. 143

Subject: Nelson, Mrs. Horatio D.

Date: undated

Reference no. 158

Subject: Newsome, La Vern E.

Date: undated

Reference no. 045

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

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