Gelatin silver prints
|関連の人物：||Shirley Chisholm; Julian C Dixon; Leroy R Johnson|
|資料の種類：||Graphic, Photograph, Picture, Artwork reproduction|
Sherman Briscoe; Frank Hall; King Photographers (Brooklyn, N.Y.); United States. Office of War Information.; Rapid News Photo (New York, N.Y.); Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.); United States. Department of Defense.; United Press International.; White House (Washington, D.C.); Wide World Photos.
|注記：||Title devised by cataloger.
Some photographs bear photographer's or photo agency's handstamp on verso. Many items bear handwritten notations on verso; some items bear typewritten or printed captions attached to verso; some items bear printed captions on recto; some items have caption or address labels on verso. Some items are duplicates.
Collection contains work by King Photographers, the Office of War Information, Rapid News Photo, United Press International and Wide World Photos, among others.
|物理形態：||77 items (.3 lin. ft., 1 box) 39 photographic prints : silver gelatin, black and white ; 28 x 26 cm or smaller. 38 photographic prints : silver gelatin, black and white ; 21 x 26 cm or smaller.|
The collection consists of individual and group portraits and candid shots of state legislators, some members of Congress, federal department officials and employees, White House appointees, and some civic and judicial leaders. Candid shots include views of press conferences, ceremonies and presentations, banquets, and meetings. Views of political campaigns, hearings and legislative sessions are limited. Of note are group portraits and candid shots of members of the Congressional Black Caucus (1974-1979), and a group portrait of President Franklin D. Roosevelt's "Black Cabinet" (1938). Among the individuals depicted include United States House Representatives Shirley Chisholm and Julian Dixon, and Georgia state legislator Leroy R. Johnson.
- Chisholm, Shirley, -- 1924-2005.
- Dixon, Julian C., -- 1934-2000.
- Johnson, Leroy R.
- Congressional Black Caucus.
- African American politicians.
- Politicians -- United States.
- African American legislators.
- Legislators -- United States.
- African Americans -- Politics and government.
- African American government executives.
- United States -- Officials and employees.
- African American civic leaders.