Found in 11 Collections and/or Records:
The Charles Stewart Jazz Portraits Collection consists of five photographs of jazz musicians taken in the 1960s by the African-American photographer Charles “Chuck” Stewart (1927-2017) in New York, including photographs of Louis Armstrong, Dizzy Gillespie, Lionel Hampton, and Roy Eldridge.
This collection contains 54 photographs documenting the African-American soldiers of the 3067 Quartermaster Salvage Collecting Company in training in Wyoming during WWII, with almost all of the photographs annotated with humorous remarks and identifications of the images. There is also a photostatic copy of discharge papers.
This .21 linear feet collection is comprised of 22 photographs, in 13 file folders, taken between 1899 and 1902 of Alice Parr, her classmates, and a University of Nashville school building. The photographs are in alphabetical order where identified, otherwise grouped by date.
The Stax Records Promotional Photographs collection consists of 48 promotional photographs of artists and musicians from the 1960s represented by the now legendary Stax Records Co. Studio in Memphis, including photographs of Otis Redding, Carla Thomas, Staple Singers, Sam and Dave, Johnie Taylor, Booker T. & The M.G.’s, The Bar-Kays, Isaac Hayes, Eddie Floyd.
This collection contains photographs taken by Victoria Webb as the result of her involvement with the women’s liberation movement in Nashville during the 1970s and with the publication titled “Women’s Free Express”.