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[Formal Portrait of an African-American Man]
An unidentified African-American man posed for this formal picture.
[West End Pentecostal Church in Marshall]
West End Pentecostal Church in Marshall is located at 506 West End Blvd. The congregation has traditional African-American roots. Its history is unknown.
[Old School Building, Marshall]
An old school building in Marshall no longer exists. It is unidentified.
[Portrait of Jessie M. Naves]
Portrait of Jessie M. Naves, who is sitting, wearing a striped shirt, and visible from the chest up. The caption underneath the photo reads, "Mrs. Jessie M. Naves History."
[Center Hill FWB Church in Harrison County]
Center Free Will Baptist Church is located on Center Hill Rd. (CR 4210) in the community of Nesbitt in Harrison County. The congregation has traditionally African-American roots. It was organized in 1887 in the center of a hill, hence the name. After the first church burned, Center Hill moved nearby. The present white frame structure was built in 1956.
[Street in Marshall]
A residential street, unidentified, in Marshall.
[African-American Youth in Harrison County]
An African-American youth of Harrison County is unidentified. The picture is in the middle of text which may be from a newspaper, newsletter, or program.
[Old Cemetery Gate, Harrison County]
Men repair an the gate at Antioch Cemetery in Harrison County. The cemetery is traditionally an African-American site. Mr. U. R. Weisner, local leader, leads the group. Others are unidentified.
[Former Church in Marshall]
This church was located at the corner of Garrett and Johnson streets in Marshall. The sign at the corner of the white frame building reads, "Marshall C.O.G.I.C Pastor__McLane." This Church of God in Christ served a traditionally African-American congregation. It has been torn down.
[Weisner Home, Harrison County]
The U. R. Weisner home is located in rural Leigh, northeast of Marshall in Harrison County. Mr. Weisner was a leader and property owner who contributed to the community good. He also gathered local African-American history which has been preserved.
[Old Grave, Harrison County]
An old grave in Harrison County. The grave and the cemetery are unidentified.
[Full Gospel Holy Temple Church of Marshall]
The Full Gospel Holy Temple Church of Marshall is located at 3949 W. Pinecrest Dr. It is traditionally an African-American congregation.
[Portrait of L. U. Mason]
Photograph of L. U. Mason, who is sitting, wearing a dark-colored suit, and visible from the chest up. The text beneath the photo reads, "Mr. L. U. Mason Vocational Agriculture."
[Portrait of Marietta B. Nelson]
Photograph of Mrs. Marietta B. Nelson, who is sitting, wearing a dark-colored dress, and visible from the chest up. The writing beneath the picture reads, "Mrs. Marietta B. Nelson Typing and Shorthand.'
[Ranch House in Marshall]
A ranch house in a residential area of Marshall. The house and its location are unidentified.
[Mt. Zion Church in Harrison County]
Mt Zion Church is located one mile west of Woodlawn in Harrison County. Organized in 1874, it has traditional African-American roots.
[Bill Moyers Address]
Bill Moyers, broadcast journalist and former aide to President Lyndon B. Johnson, addresses a gathering in the Gold Auditorium at Marshall Public Library, date unknown.
[Corinth Baptist Church, Harrison County]
Corinth Baptist Church is in Harrison County.
[African-American Man in Harrison County]
An unidentified African-American man of Harrison County, wearing clothing of the early twentieth century.
[Cemetery in Harrison County]
An unidentified cemetery in Harrison County has old stones and newer ones. The site is traditonally African-American. Houses can be seen in the distance at left. The site has mature trees.
[Snow in Marshall]
Snow in Marshall covers a residential area. The street and the homes are unidentified.
[West Side Church of Christ in Marshall]
West Side Church of Christ is located on Hynson Springs Rd. in Marshall. It is an African-American congregation. Its history is unknown.
[African-American Man in Harrison County]
African-American man, unidentified, of Harrison County.
[BishopCollege Dormitory, Marshall]
Marston Hall, located on the historic Bishop College campus in Marshall, was a dormitory for college men. It was built between 1909 and 1915 on the site of an older dormitory, also called Marston Hall. The campus no longer exists. It was a Baptist college for African-Americans. In the picture, a reservoir is in the foreground. To the left of the building is a small bell tower.
[Jerusalem Baptist Church]
Jerusalem Baptist Church is located at 1300 Billups St. in Marshall. It is within the historic New Town Neighborhood in the western section of the city. It is a traditionally African-American congregation. In 1874 when the church was established, the area was known as Hubbard's Hill. The present sanctuary was constructed in 1948. Of red brick, the central tower above the entrance has the words, "God Is Love."
[Romeo Marcus Williams]
Romeo Marcus Williams. The picture is on a page from a publication. The source and his biography are not known.
[Jerusalem Baptist Church, Harrison County]
Jerusalem Baptist Church in Harrison County is a traditionally African-American congregation.
[St. John Church Gathering, Harrison County]
A group of children and adults are gathered in front of St. John Baptist Church. It is located on Blocker Rd. in rural Harrison County. The congregation is traditionally African-American. The group and event are unidentified.
[Ranch House in Marshall]
A ranch house in a residential area of Marshall. The house and its location are unidentified.
[Church of Christ, Marshall]
This Church of Christ in Marshall is a traditionally African-American congregation.
[Portrait of Susie B. Jones McGee]
Photograph of Susie B. Jones McGee, who is sitting, wearing a dark-colored dress, and visible from the chest up.
[Ebenezer Baptist Church in Harrison County]
Ebenezer Baptist church is located four miles northwest of Marshall on Hwy 154. Ebenezer has a traditonally African-American congregation. It was organized in 1897.
[African-American Woman in Harrison County]
An elderly African-American woman of Harrison County is unidentified.
[Home of U. R. Weisner, Harrison County]
The home of U. R. Weisner is located in the rural Leigh community northeast of Marshall in Harrison County.
[Portrait of Elizabeth Bishop]
Photograph of Elizabeth Bishop, who is standing, wearing a light-colored dress, and visible from the chest up. There is a man standing behind her, wearing a dark-colored suit.
[Grave of Rev. Patterson, Harrison County]
The grave of Rev. (James H.?) Patterson is in an unidentified (Antioch?) cemetery in Harrison County. The dates on the decorated stone are Sept 17 (27?) 1847 and Aug. 29 1915.
[Portrait of Rebecca A. M. Hudson]
Photograph of Rebecca A. M. Hudson, who is standing, wearing a blue dress, and visible from the legs up. She is standing in front of a multi-colored curtain, and there is a bronze chair next to her.
[Jesus the True Vine Baptist Church, Marshall]
Jesus the True Vine Baptist Church is a traditionally African-American congregation located in Harrison County.
[Portrait of Carrie B. Reid Thompson]
Photograph of Mrs. Carrie B. Reid Thompson, who is wearing a dark-colored dress, sitting, and visible from the chest up. The caption reads, "Mrs. Carrie B. Reid Thompson Language Arts."
[St. John Baptist Church in Harrison County]
St. John Baptist Church is located on Blocker Rd., seven miles southeast of Marshall in rural Harrison County. It is a traditionally African-American congregation. Founded in 1869, the present sanctuary was built in 1960. A two-story red brick structure, it has a front-facing gable with a smaller gable over the entrance. Broad steps lead to the arched opening.
[Three Women]
Three women, unidentified, pose in a room. Framed pictures and other decorative objects are in the room.
[Community Leader and Educator, Marshall]
An unidentified African-American educator is photographed in his office in Marshall. The telephone, other furnishings, and his clothing suggest a time during the first part of the twentieth century.
[Cemetery Cleanup, Harrison County]
Brush is piled to one side as it is cleared away from the graves in this cemetery cleanup. The cemetery, unidentified, is in Harrison County.
[Old Cemetery Gate, Harrison County]
Mr. U. R. Weisner, local leader in the Leigh Community of Harrison County, shows a gate to Antioch Cemetery that needs repair. The cemetery is traditionally an African-American site, owned by a church of the same name.
[Cemetery in Harrison County]
An unidentified cemetery in Harrison County. It is known to be a traditionally African-American site. A cyclone fence is in the foreground. Rows of slabs are decorated with flowers and plants. Headstones can be seen in the distance. The cemetery appears to be neatly trimmed and has mature trees to create a park-like setting.
[Norton Art Gallery, Shreveport, Louisiana]
The Norton Art Gallery is located in Shreveport, Louisiana. An unidentified woman from Marshall is standing in the front drive of the museum.
[Cemetery Care, Harrison County]
Mr. Tim Brown takes care of an unidentified cemetery in Harrison County. His name is on the reverse of the photograph, but not the name of the cemetery.
[Portrait of Mattie M. Turner]
Photograph of Mrs. M. M. Turner, who is sitting, wearing a dark-colored dress, and visible from the chest up. The wwriting below the photo reads, "Mrs. M. M. Turner History."
[Cemetery, Harrison County]
This woodland cemetery in Harrison County is unidentified. Headstones are visible above the right center of the scene.
[Woman Operates Equipment]
A woman operates a piece of equipment. The identity of the woman, the location, and the equipment are not known.