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William Pickens photograph collection.

Author: William PickensHartsookBachrachA H BrownDelarAll authors
Publisher: 1925-1946.
Edition/Format:   Image : Graphic : Photograph : Picture : English
Publication:William Pickens papers, 1906-1954
Database:WorldCat
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The William Pickens Photograph Collection depicts some aspects of his personal life and his professional career as a writer, orator, an official for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N.A.A.C.P.), and a United States Treasury Department official, from the 1920s to the 1940s.
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Genre/Form: Portrait photographs
Group portraits
Snapshots
Photographic postcards
Posters
Gelatin silver prints
Halftone photomechanical prints
Inscriptions
Named Person: William Pickens; Minnie McAlpine Pickens; James Waldon Johnson; Philippa Schuyler; Annie Nathan Meyer
Material Type: Graphic, Photograph, Picture
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: William Pickens; Hartsook; Bachrach; A H Brown; Delar; Morgan Smith; Herbert Mitchell Studio (New York, N.Y.)
OCLC Number: 79860001
In: Pickens, William, 1881-1954
Notes: Title devised by cataloger.
Some photographs have photographer's or photographic studio's name hand stamped on verso; some images have photographer's or photography studio's name either printed or handwritten on recto; one photograph has photographer's name on label attached to recto.
Some photographs bear either handwritten or typewritten notations on verso; some photographs bear printed or handwritten captions on recto; two items have typewritten captions attached to verso; one image has typewritten label on recto.
Some items bear inscriptions; some items have water damage on edges; some photos are duplicates.
Collection contains work by Bachrach, Delar, A.H. Brown, Hartsook, M. Smith, and Herbert Mitchell Studio, among others.
Description: 95 items (.3 lin. ft., 1 box) 19 photographic prints : silver gelatin, black and white ; 26 x 21 cm or smaller. 17 photographic prints : silver gelatin, black and white ; 21 x 26 cm or smaller. 33 photographic prints : silver gelatin, black and white ; 14 x 10 cm or smaller. 15 photographic prints : silver gelatin, black and white ; 10 x 14 cm or smaller. 2 photographic prints : silver gelatin, black and white ; 30 x 23 cm or smaller. 5 photographic postcards : silver gelatin, black and white ; 14 x 9 cm or smaller. 2 posters : halftone photomechanical, black and white ; 36 x 28 cm 2 illustrations : black and white ; 18 x 13 cm

Abstract:

The William Pickens Photograph Collection depicts some aspects of his personal life and his professional career as a writer, orator, an official for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (N.A.A.C.P.), and a United States Treasury Department official, from the 1920s to the 1940s.

The collection consists of individual and group portraits and snapshots of Pickens; his wife, Minnie McAlpine Pickens; friends; and professional colleagues. Also depicted are portraits of baby contest winners; group portraits and views from conferences and meetings; and views from an ocean voyage. The collection contains no images from his early life or his career as an educator.

The collection includes a portrait of Pickens with the three winners of the Dayton, Ohio, branch of the N.A.A.C.P. baby contest (1924); an undated studio portrait of Minnie McAlpine Pickens; views of Pickens and James Waldon Johnson in the office of The Crisis Magazine (ca. 1920s); a group portrait of Pickens and participants at "William Pickin's [sic] Day," sponsored by the Enon Ridge Civic League, Birmingham, Alabama (1932); Pickens, with a group of colleagues, posing with a truck to solicit aid for the American Relief Ship to the Spanish Republic (ca. late 1930s); Pickens and co-workers from around the period he was working for the U.S. Treasury Department (ca. 1940s); and a group portrait of Pickens with students and faculty of A & I (Agricultural and Industrial) State College (now Tennessee State University), in Nashville, who have purchased defense bonds (early 1940s).

Also depicted are views from an undated ocean voyage on the R.M.S. Queen Mary; a group of studio portraits of friends and aquaintances, including child piano prodigy Philippa Schuyler and Annie Nathan Meyer, senior trustee and founder of Barnard College, New York; two posters, bearing Williams' image but no dates or specific information, that were probably used to publicize his speaking engagements; and a group of snapshots, portraits and photo greeting cards depicting some of Pickens' European friends (mostly German) and their families and homes (ca. 1920s-1940s). Another group of images consists of studio portraits of infants and young children who were baby contest winners, sponsored by local branches of the N.A.A.C.P., that were subsequently published in The Crisis Magazine (ca. 1920s).

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