African Americans in library

African Americans in library
Four African Americans standing next to a wall in an Ayden library. Date from negative sleeve.
March 18, 1961
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12cm x 10cm
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East Carolina Manuscript Collection
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Connie Woods Nicholson Jan 18 2010

The young man ia Annanias Smith, followed by Mrs. Lizzie Sparkman Cox (grand mother of Alonza Cox and great grandmother of Jessalyn Woods Pearson). The two young ladies are Lena Darden and Juanita Nobles who are 1964 high school graduates of South Ayden High School.

Kim Dupree Dec 08 2009

Lady at far right or last in line has got to be Mammie Lee Spell.

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