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Photographic print of men and women in front of Vernon AME Church, Tulsa

UnidentifiedCirca. 1919

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture

Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture
Washington, D.C., United States

A black-and-white photograph of a group of fifty (50) women, men and children standing in front of a church, possibly Vernon Chapel AME Church in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Everyone is standing except for six (6) people in the front row. Most of the group members are adults, but there are some children. The church has light-colored, thin, slat-wood siding. At the proper left and proper right of the photograph are two (2) sets of double doors with windows above. The doors at the left are closed and the doors at the right are open. In between the sets of doors is a large, decorative window. Handwritten in blue ink above the head of one of the women is an [x] mark.

Gift of Princetta R. Newman

Details

  • Title: Photographic print of men and women in front of Vernon AME Church, Tulsa
  • Creator: Unidentified
  • Date Created: Circa. 1919
  • Rights: No Known Copyright Restrictions

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