1 results containing "African Americans--Punishment & torture--Florida--1940-1960."
[James Gallon of Greensboro, Florida, and his son James, Jr., a Navy veteran, telling Earle W. Fisher, Research Assistant, in the Washington Bureau, NAACP, how they barely escaped with their lives after a severe beating with ax handles by a Florida mob, which grew out of a dispute with a white Florida store owner over a debt]
[between 1945 and ca. 1950] | 1 photographic print.
LOT 13093, no. 94 [P&P] | LC-USZ62-128328 (b&w film copy neg.)