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- [Rosa Parks' family and childhood homes in Alabama]
- Photographs include portraits of McCauley, Edwards and Collins family members; postcards of Parks' childhood homes at Pine Level and Tuskegee, Alabama; portraits of her mother and father, Leona and James McCauley; brother Sylvester McCauley; husband Raymond Parks and a death portrait of Raymond Parks grandfather, Rev. Jacob Culbertson; photographs at the end of the album show Rosa Parks working in an office, exercising or practicing yoga, at an event.
Created / Published
- [ca. 1910-1973]
- - McCauley, James,--1886-1962
- - McCauley, Leona Edwards,--1888-1979
- - McCauley, Sylvester James,--1915-1977
- - Parks, Raymond A.--(Raymond Arthur),--1903-1977
- - Parks, Rosa,--1913-2005
- Photograph albums.
- Photographic postcards--1910-1920.
- Photographic prints--1910-1980.
- Photograph albums
- Photographic prints--1910-1980
- Photographic postcards--1910-1920
- - Gift; Howard Buffett; 2016; (PR 13 CN 2016:106)
- - Title devised by Library staff.
- - Includes some photographic postcards and 3 photocopies from original photographs.
- - Forms part of: Visual Materials from the Rosa Parks Papers (Library of Congress).
- 33 photographs in 1 album : chiefly b&w prints ; album 29 x 24 cm.
Call Number/Physical Location
- LOT 15048 (G) [P&P]
- Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/pp.print
- ppmsca 49367 https://hdl.loc.gov/loc.pnp/ppmsca.49367
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- LC-DIG-ppmsca-49367 (digital file from original item)
- Publication may be restricted. For general information see "Visual Materials from the Rosa Parks Papers...," https://www.loc.gov/rr/print/res/689_park.html
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- Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-49367 (digital file from original item)
- Call Number: LOT 15048 (G) [P&P]
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Rosa Parks' family and childhood homes in Alabama. , ca. 1910. [to 1973] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2015651329/.
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(ca. 1910) Rosa Parks' family and childhood homes in Alabama. , ca. 1910. [to 1973] [Photograph] Retrieved from the Library of Congress, https://www.loc.gov/item/2015651329/.
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