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    • [Rose's Royal Midgets]

    • Actors; Actresses; Vaudeville shows; Dwarfs; Afro-Americans; Buses;
    • Group of about twenty-five midgets, who formed part of a vaudeville troupe, and others standing in front of a bus at a depot. The bus has a banner reading "Rose's Royal 25 Midgets" and several people are holding copies of the Times-Picayune...
    • Pie Man

    • Afro-Americans; Baskets; Piers & wharves; Ships; Aged persons;
    • Old man wearing shirt and pants with suspenders and hat, holding basket in right hand, standing in the middle of a wharf, with ships docked in the background. One ship named "Venturosa".
    • Negro Hut on Levee;

    • Afro-Americans; Dogs; Dwellings; Country life; Waterfronts; Boats;
    • African-American woman, man, and children sitting on a plank walkway to residence on the waterfront. Same scene as fbm000399, but with more people.
    • Brother Jones

    • Afro-Americans; Fishing; Blind persons; Waterfronts;
    • Man called "Brother Jones", described as a "blind fisherman" and "aged Negro" fishing with line and bells on the shore of the Mississippi River. Ships moored across the river in the distance.
    • Banana Wharf

    • Bananas; Conveying systems; Longshoremen; Railroad refrigerator cars; Afro-Americans; Piers & wharves; Fruit industry; Waterfronts; Shipping;
    • Large group of men congregating where bananas come off the conveyor belt to be loaded onto railroad cars. Some are carrying bunches of bananas.
    • Orleans Street

    • Cathedrals; Catholic churches; Convents; Afro-Americans; Architecture;
    • View of he 700 block of Orleans Street, looking toward the St. Louis Cathedral. On the left is the convent of the Sisters of the Holy Family, 717 Orleans Street, New Orleans. The order of African-American nuns was founded by Henriette Delille, a...
    • Alexander P. Tureaud Jr. oral history interview, 1993

    • Civil rights movements--Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.); Blacks--Segregation--Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.); Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, La.); Students, Black--Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge,...
    • Tureaud looks back and discusses his experiences as the first black student to be enrolled in the undergraduate program at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, La. in 1953.
    • [Cotton Gin]

    • Cotton gins; Cotton; Carts & wagons; Laborers; Horses; Afro-Americans;
    • Copywork of a photograph showing wagons loaded with cotton outside a cotton gin, waiting to be processed, with many drivers and laborers.
    • Negro Hut, Country

    • Couples; Afro-Americans; Dwellings; Utility poles; Country life; Fences;
    • An African-American man and woman standing on plank walkway outside fence surrounding their property. House is behind the fence, with another house further back. Ditch full of water in front of fence.
    • Loading Moss on the River

    • Levees; Steamboats; Carts & wagons; Horses; Afro-Americans; Spanish moss; Cotton; Laborers;
    • Two horse-drawn wagons loaded with spanish moss and workers tending to them. The steamboat in the background is the "William Garig".

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