James Groppi Papers, 1956-1989

Container Title
PH 4260
Part 3 (PH 4260): Additions, circa 1935-1965
Physical Description: 10.1 c.f. of photographs (31 photo boxes, 1 archives box, and 1 oversize box), 0.2 c.f. of proofs and negatives, 5 tape recordings, and 5 drawings 
Scope and Content Note: Photographs, circa 1935-1965, related to activities, classes, individuals, and groups at Highlander. Many of the identifications of individuals and contexts of the images were made by Myles Horton based on 5 tape recordings that came with this accession. The first tape he recorded is missing. Note: As this collection was not fully processed and the list was created based on Myles Horton's identifications, some of the unidentified photographs in this series may be identified on the images themselves. Some of these images are copyrighted, see Administrative/Restriction Information portion of this finding aid for more details.
Note: Electronic reproductions of some Highlander images are available through the Wisconsin Historical Images page on the Wisconsin Historical Society web site.
Photographs
Box   1
No.   1
Youth workshop in the Highlander Library with Septima Clark
Box   1
No.   2
Children's camp, Highlander, with Charis Horton
Box   1
No.   3
Children's camp, Highlander
Box   1
No.   4
Summer work camp: Repairing buildings
Box   1
No.   5
Children's camp, Highlander, during civil rights period
Box   1
No.   6
Children's camp
Box   1
No.   7
Youth camp, Highlander, sponsored by American Friends Service Committee
Box   1
No.   8
Youth camp, Highlander, with Hilda, Susi King, Laura King, Chris Horton
Box   1
No.   9
Highlander staff building
Box   1
No.   10
Highlander Community Center and Nursery School
Box   1
No.   11
Highlander Library
Box   1
No.   12
Highlander Film Center
Box   1
No.   13
Barton Cabin, Highlander
Note: Named after John and Becky Barton, who were staff members at Highlander in the early 1930s.
Box   1
No.   14
Highlander Community Center and Nursery School
Note: Duplicate of photo number 10.
Box   1
No.   15
Highlander Library
Box   1
No.   16
Highlander main building
Box   1
No.   17
Hiking trail back of the center with roses in bloom
Box   1
No.   18
Summerfield Cemetery
Box   1
No.   19
Unidentified workshop
Box   1
No.   20
Youth workshop
Box   1
No.   21
Children's camp, playing piano
Box   1
No.   22
Children's camp, cooking
Box   1
No.   23
Children's camp, with Charis Horton in the center
Box   1
No.   24-25
Young people at Children's camp
Box   1
No.   26
Highlander workshop with Bee Moulton, teacher at Highlander, right
Box   1
No.   27
Workshop during civil rights period
Box   1
No.   28
Youth camp for summer project: dancing
Box   1
No.   29
Unidentified
Box   1
No.   30
Youth workshop
Note: Duplicate of photo number 20.
Box   1
No.   31
Youth group, Highlander
Box   1
No.   32-33
Youth group
Box   1
No.   34
Youth group with Charis Horton, center; Guy Carawan, rear of table
Box   1
No.   35
Unitarian Work Camp, Highlander
Note: With Fred Lasse, center.
Box   1
No.   36
Summer work camp
Note: With director, extreme left; Stan and Beth Kennedy; from Septima Clark, February 1981: Mary Todd sitting by Professor Kennedy, “now teaching in Cuba.”
Box   1
No.   37
Summer work camp building and beach at lake, Highlander
Box   1
No.   38-39
Children's camp, Highlander
Box   1
No.   40-42
Children's campers in lake, Highlander
Box   1
No.   43
Campers in front of Highlander Library
Box   1
No.   44
Unitarian Work Camp, Highlander
Note: Duplicate of photo number 35.
Box   1
No.   45
Children's camp and lake, Highlander
Box   1
No.   46
Children's camp, swimming, Highlander
Box   1
No.   47
Youth at Children's camp, Highlander
Box   1
No.   48
Campers and lake, Highlander
Box   1
No.   49
Children's camp and lake, Highlander
Note: Duplicate of photo number 45.
Box   1
No.   50
Campers and lake, Highlander
Box   2
No.   51
Joint meeting, campers and adult workshop participants, Highlander, circa 1958
Box   2
No.   52
Work campers cleaning Summerfield Cemetery across the road from Highlander
Box   2
No.   53
Campers and lake, Highlander
Box   2
No.   54
Children's campers in lake, Highlander
Note: Duplicate of photo number 40.
Box   2
No.   55
Summer work camp
Note: Duplicate of photo number 36.
Box   2
No.   56
Children's camp, Highlander, during civil rights period
Note: Duplicate of photo number 5.
Box   2
No.   57
Unitarian Service camper
Box   2
No.   58
Buildings being assigned
Box   2
No.   59
State Park, Edisto Island, South Carolina
Note: From Septima Clark, February 1981: Park on Edisto Island, South Carolina, closed in 1954 to keep from integration; “now blacks have bought and built there.”
Box   2
No.   60
House on one of the coastal South Carolina islands
Box   2
No.   61
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   2
No.   62
Foster Falls near Highlander used for picnicking
Box   2
No.   63
Unitarian Service Committee camper
Box   2
No.   64
Work campers cleaning school grounds
Box   2
No.   65
Children's campers
Box   2
No.   66
Unitarian Service Committee campers, Highlander
Box   2
No.   67
Children's camp, Highlander lake
Box   2
No.   68
Work campers cleaning cemetery
Box   2
No.   69
Workshop for coal mine strikers from Wilder, Tennessee, Highlander, circa 1933-1934
Note: Immediate foreground, Delphia Ford from Wilder (with halter); directly behind her to the right, J.D. Marlowe, a neighbor from the community.
Box   2
No.   70
Unitarian Work Camp
Highlander investigation
Box   2
No.   71
May Justus testifying when Highlander was being investigated
Note: Justus was Secretary-Treasurer of Highlander, next door neighbor and author of some 40 children's books based on mountain background.
Box   2
No.   72
Vera Campbell testifying during the Highlander investigation
Note: Campbell was a former teacher in Grundy County, who came to the mountains with May Justus before Highlander Folk School was started in 1932.
Box   2
No.   73
Myles Horton testifying during a hearing for the Highlander investigation
Box   2
No.   74
State investigation of the Highlander Folk School with Bruce Bennett and Henry Lee Senter
Note: At left, Bruce Bennett, who was instrumental in getting the legislature to approve the investigation, extreme right, State Representative, Henry Lee Senter from Bristol, Tennessee. Bruce Bennett, attorney general of the State of Arkansas and one of the top white supremacists at that time.
Box   2
No.   75
Investigator
Box   2
No.   76
Investigators
Box   2
No.   77
Bruce Bennett
Box   2
No.   78
Henry Lee Senter and Representative McCord
Box   2
No.   79
Legislative investigators with Henry Lee Senter, third from left
Box   2
No.   80
Henry Lee Senter
Box   2
No.   81
Mr. Kilgore, Postmaster from Tracy City, Tennessee, testifying at the hearing
Box   2
No.   82
Audience at hearing
Box   2
No.   83
Investigators
Box   2
No.   84
Bruce Bennett explaining a chart he had drawn
Note: The chart shows Highlander as a center for what Bennett considered subversive individuals and groups in the South.
Box   2
No.   85
Investigating committee
Box   2
No.   86
Audience at investigation
Box   2
No.   87
Henry Lee Senter and Representative McCord
Note: Duplicate of photo number 78.
Box   2
No.   88-89
Investigating committee
Box   2
No.   90
Henry Lee Senter
Box   2
No.   91
Investigating committee
Box   2
No.   92
Fannie Lou Hamer
Note: Hamer was active in the civil rights period and later ran for the United States Senate on the Mississippi Democratic Party ticket.
Box   2
No.   93-96
Myles Horton
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright (to nos. 94-96).
Note: Includes 2 copies (nos. 95-96) of one photograph.
Box   2
No.   97
Myles Horton and Catherine Winston, staff member
Box   2
No.   98
Myles Horton
Box   2
No.   99
Tom Ludwig
Note: Staff member at Highlander and formerly in charge of work for the National Farmers Union in the late 1940s and 1950s.
Box   2
No.   100
Highlander staff meeting
Note: From left to right; Tom Ludwig, Myles Horton, Catherine Winston, Zilphia Horton.
Box   3
No.   101
Myra Page
Note: Author, who was both a student and teacher at Highlander.
Box   3
No.   102
Myles Horton speaking at a civil rights rally in Charleston, South Carolina
Box   3
No.   103
Staff members talking to Chester McCord
Box   3
No.   104
Guy Carawan on the left playing guitar
Box   3
No.   105
Don West, co-founder of Highlander
Box   3
No.   106
Tom Ludwig and Vida Cox, a neighbor of Highlander, who met at the school
Box   3
No.   107
Myles Horton
Box   3
No.   108
Alice Cobb
Note: Staff member and workshop participant during civil rights period.
Box   3
No.   109
Claudia Lewis
Note: Lewis, who started the Nursery School at Highlander in the early 1930s. She was from the Bank Street School, which helped set up the Highlander Community Nursery School.
Box   3
No.   110
Highlander staff meeting
Note: Duplicate of number 100.
Box   3
No.   111
Staff member and participant during the Farmers Union period
Box   3
No.   112
Myles Horton
Box   3
No.   113
Horton near the school
Box   3
No.   114
Thorsten Horton and Septima Clark on the bluff back of the school
Use Restrictions: R.N. Wagner holds copyright.
Box   3
No.   115
Alice Cobb; on the right, Bernice Robinson
Box   3
No.   116
School Integration workshop at Highlander
Note: John B. Thompson, former teacher and board member on the left; Alice Cobb and Septima Clark on the right.
Box   3
No.   117
Myra Page and Dr. B.R. Brazeal, Dean, Morehouse College in Atlanta, and chairman of the Highlander Board at the time picture was taken in Horton house
Box   3
No.   118
Catherine Winston
Box   3
No.   119
Mikii Marlowe, office manager, on right
Box   3
No.   120
Tom Ludwig showing movies at Farmers Union workshop
Box   3
No.   121
Myles Horton welcoming members of the Oil Workers Union from Texas during CIO period
Box   3
No.   122
Myles Horton speaking at Farmers Union meeting in Alabama
Box   3
No.   123
Myles Horton, circa 1934
Box   3
No.   124
Zilphia Horton: cookout at Horton house
Box   3
No.   125
Myles Horton at CIO session
Box   3
No.   126-128
Myles Horton
Box   3
No.   129
Zilphia Horton talking to Oil Workers CIO School
Box   3
No.   130
May Justus speaking at the community meeting in front of Highlander, circa 1940s
Box   3
No.   131
May Justus in her own back yard near the school
Box   3
No.   132
Guy Carawan
Box   3
No.   133
Guy Carawan, right, talking to workshop participants during civil rights period
Box   3
No.   134
Guy Carawan
Box   3
No.   135
Textile Workers organizer, student at Highlander, and Zilphia Horton in front of the school
Box   3
No.   136
Citizenship School student on Johns Island in an abandoned country school with Myles Horton
Box   3
No.   137
Myles Horton speaking at a civil rights rally in Charleston, South Carolina
Note: Duplicate of photo number 102.
Box   3
No.   138
Horton visiting Citizenship School sewing class for younger members; teacher, Bernice Robinson
Box   3
No.   139
Guy Carawan
Box   3
No.   140
Play at Highlander
Box   3
No.   141
Bernice Robinson
Note: A former Highlander student, Robinson was the first teacher at the Citizenship School program, and later on the Highlander staff.
Box   3
No.   142
Esau Jenkins
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Note: Jenkins, whose request for help registering citizens on Johns Island provided the basis for the Citizenship School program, later became a board member and one of the most influential civil rights leaders in South Carolina.
Box   3
No.   143
Alice Cobb talking to a special staff member working with American Indians
Box   3
No.   144
Zilphia Horton with automobile worker from Memphis CIO School
Box   3
No.   145
Zilphia Horton welcoming CIO organizer from Arkansas at CIO School
Box   3
No.   146
Myles Horton with students, circa 1934
Box   3
No.   147
Final night, CIO School: George Guernsey, national CIO director, handing out certificates
Box   3
No.   148
Aimee Horton at Highlander Center in Knoxville, circa 1961
Box   3
No.   149
Hod Carriers Union and Workers Alliance, community meeting near the school, late 1930s or 1940s
Note: With Ralph Tefferteller, staff member, extreme right; Reverend William Eldridge, center, seated. On reverse: three small photos: 1) John Cleek speaking at meeting of Labor's Non-Partisan League; 2) Alton Lawrence; and 3) Estes Kefauver.
Box   3
No.   150
Hod Carriers Union and Workers Alliance
Note: Organized labor's political conference of Grundy County and elected county slate of officers for the first time.
Box   4
No.   151
Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers session at Highlander, 1940s
Note: Organizers, Alton Lawrence and Charles Wilson, from left to right.
Box   4
No.   152
Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers session at Highlander, 1940s
Note: See reverse of photo number 149.
Box   4
No.   153
CIO School: meeting in the front of the school, 1930s
Box   4
No.   154
Unidentified
Box   4
No.   155
Local 840 UAW workshop, Highlander, 1944 June
Note: With Jim Pike, Sylvia McMillan and Charles “Bill” Dallance, left to right.
Box   4
No.   156
Student working on wall newspaper, CIO School
Box   4
No.   157
Clothing Workers session at Highlander
Box   4
No.   158
Chattanooga strike of packinghouse workers
Box   4
No.   159
Shell meeting in Chattanooga
Box   4
No.   160
Entrance to Highlander Library with CIO student in doorway
Box   4
No.   161
Industrial unionism: poster
Box   4
No.   162
“Craft Unionism”
Box   4
No.   163
Shell rally, unknown location
Box   4
No.   164
Early CIO workshop at Highlander
Note: Missing.
Box   4
No.   165
CIO workshop
Box   4
No.   166
Worker
Box   4
No.   167
Amalgamated Clothing workshop, Highlander
Box   4
No.   168
Shell workshop: Bessie Eldridge, staff member from the local community
Box   4
No.   169
Myles Horton leading discussion for, perhaps, CIO Rubber Workers, 1940s
Box   4
No.   170
CIO School, 1940s
Box   4
No.   171
Estelle Thompson showing leaflet-making at CIO School
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   4
No.   172
Mary Lawrence
Note: Highlander staff member, typist, organizing a co-op during a CIO session.
Box   4
No.   173
CIO session at Highlander: Gene Cotton, United Packinghouse Union, and Mary Lawrence
Box   4
No.   174
PAC discussion during CIO workshop
Note: With Farmer Weber, standing, extreme right.
Box   4
No.   175
Union Conference, perhaps in Chattanooga
Note: With Zilphia Horton, lower left.
Box   4
No.   176
CIO session, discussion of textile mill operation
Note: Paul Christopher, state CIO director, who was also a board member and part-time teacher at Highlander, seated, extreme right.
Box   4
No.   177
CIO session, Highlander
Note: With Frank McCallister, standing.
Box   4
No.   178
Farmers Union workshop at Highlander
Note: Catherine Winston, staff member, handing out certificates; Jim Patton, president of the National Farmers Union, next to Myles Horton on the right.
Box   4
No.   179
Workshop discussion in front of school
Box   4
No.   180
Pre-CIO union session, circa early 1930s
Note: Present are people from the community; second from the lower left is the oldest lady in the community, who was a neighbor.
Box   4
No.   181
Union workshop discussion led by Bill Elkuss, Highlander staff, probably
Box   4
No.   182
Automobile Workers workshop at Highlander with the regional director, third from left
Box   4
No.   183
Automobile workers, Highlander
Box   4
No.   184
Automobile workers
Box   4
No.   185
Outdoor Barbecue for students in community with Ike Church, neighbor of Highlander, tending the fire
Box   4
No.   186
Amalgamated Clothing Workers final night, Highlander
Box   4
No.   187
Claudia Lewis, Rosanne Walker, Alton Lawrence, left to right, late 1930s
Box   4
No.   188
Workshop at Highlander, early 1930s
Note: P.M. Horton, Myles Horton's father, on extreme left; Zilphia Horton, fifth from the left.
Box   4
No.   189
Farmers Union workshop at Highlander
Note: Fred Lasse, head of the Highlander Film Center, second from the right.
Box   4
No.   190
Fred Lasse working in the Film Center
Box   4
No.   191
Farmers Union workshop at Highlander, probably
Note: Catherine Winston, second from the left, top row; Elmslie Johnson, eighth, top row; tenth, Zilphia Horton; extreme right, Myles Horton.
Box   4
No.   192
Farmers Union workshop
Box   4
No.   193
Rubber Workers workshop
Note: Discussion led by the public or educational director of the Rubber Workers Union.
Box   4
No.   194
CIO School at Highlander
Note: Second from left, seated, Allan Haywood, one of the officials of the National CIO, talking to Paul Christopher, also seated.
Box   4
No.   195
Farmers Union workshop participants, Highlander
Box   4
No.   196
Unidentified
Box   4
No.   197
Hosiery Workers session at Highlander
Box   4
No.   198
Farmers Union
Note: Smaller print of photo number 195.
Box   4
No.   199
Informal discussion, 1930s
Box   4
No.   200
Textile Workers meeting, probably in Chattanooga
Note: Extreme left, Allen Barkin; standing, fourth from left, Roy Lawrence, the director of the Textile Workers campaign in the South; next to him Paul Christopher, who at that time was a North Carolina organizer of textile workers; bottom row: Zilphia Horton; Sidney Hillman, president of Amalgamated; Mrs. Roy Lawrence.
Box   5
No.   201
Myles Horton at a Tri-state Hosiery Workers conference in Chattanooga (or possibly a CIO meeting in Memphis)
Note: Next to Horton on the left is Zilphia Horton.
Box   5
No.   202
CIO workshop
Box   5
No.   203
Meeting in front of Highlander, 1954
Note: Left, Dr. P.A. Stevens, Chattanooga, Highlander board member; next, Septima Clark; fourth, Catherine Winston; sixth, a neighbor from the community, Mrs. Mabee; next, Henry Shipherd; extreme right, Irene Osman, American Friends Service Committee, Washington, one of the consultants at the workshop on public school integration; second from right, Myles Horton.
Box   5
No.   204
Farmers Union workshop
Note: Tom White, extreme left, the Tennessee legislative representative of the Brotherhood of Railway Conductors.
Box   5
No.   205
Farmers Union session at Highlander
Note: Lou Krainock, Highlander staff member and former CIO organizer working with the Farmers Union, left with pipe; next, Dad Horton; extreme right, Bud Voight, who is connected with the Farmers Union educational program.
Box   5
No.   206
Final night, Rubber workers session
Box   5
No.   207
Charlie Wilson, extreme right
Note: Wilson was a Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers national official, who was a student at Highlander in the early 1930s, later a member of the board.
Box   5
No.   208
Gordon Capp, Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) official
Box   5
No.   209
CIO session, Texas: attended primarily by participants from the Deep South
Box   5
No.   210
Rubber Workers workshop participants; Myles Horton, far left
Box   5
No.   211
CIO School
Note: Bill Elkuss, left front on the lawn; Myles Horton, Mary Lawrence, and A.A. Liveright, a board member and occasional teacher at Highlander, are on the right.
Box   5
No.   212
Packinghouse Workers session in Highlander
Note: Vice-President Russell Lasley, top row, right; Secretary-Treasurer, Hathaway, front row, second from left.
Box   5
No.   213
CIO official and his wife meeting with Zilphia and Myles Horton at Highlander
Box   5
No.   214
Packinghouse Workers, Highlander
Box   5
No.   215
Packinghouse Workers
Box   5
No.   216
Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers
Note: With organizer Anderson, right.
Box   5
No.   217-218
Packinghouse workers
Box   5
No.   219
CIO School
Note: With Stewart Brock of the CIO, standing, extreme left.
Box   5
No.   220
Outdoor session
Box   5
No.   221
Len Antinick, lower right, and Catherine Winston, extreme right
Box   5
No.   222
CIO School at Highlander
Note: Professor Peabody, former superintendent, of schools, Palo Alto; Professor Gremmen, who under another name wrote the Sacred Tooth Curriculum; George Guernsey, director of the Highlander workshop, extreme right.
Box   5
No.   223
Packinghouse session at Highlander
Note: Gene Cotton, McKerney and editor of the Packinghouse Workers paper.
Box   5
No.   224
Pre-student at Highlander, early 1930s
Box   5
No.   225
Rubber Workers workshop participants
Box   5
No.   226
Textile workers
Note: Upper left, Zilphia Horton; unknown individual; Joe Layton, textile organizer; Lucy Randolph Mason, public relations director for the textile campaign; Mr. Ramsey, Steel Workers organizer from Birmingham; Len Mason; Paul Christopher; Lucy Mason.
Box   5
No.   227
IUMM and SW Institute for Educational Techniques, 1947 December 6-9
Note: Jessie Dansby, red ore miner, Bessemer, Alabama and Jeff Hilton, Savannah, Georgia, putting on a skit.
Box   5
No.   228
CIO Tobacco Workers session, Highlander
Box   5
No.   229
John Ramsey, upper row, from left to right; Dr. Lillian Johnson, who donated original Highlander property to school; Everett Weatherspoon, Dodds Koepsel organizer, Atlanta; Tom White, Leather Workers Union and member of the Highlander board Myles and Charis Horton and, extreme left, Mike Albright
Box   5
No.   230
Mine, Mill and Smelters Union
Note: Will Thomas, second on the right.
Box   5
No.   231
C. Marcus Conrad, grounds and farms in Georgia
Box   5
No.   232
CIO session
Box   5
No.   233
Three men looking over a pamphlet at Highlander Folk School
Box   5
No.   234
CIO group
Box   5
No.   235
Amalgamated Clothing Workers session
Note: Bottom row, left to right, in striped blouse, Susie [unknown last name], from the Educational Department of Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union out of the national office in New York; third from the left, Joie Willimetz, Nursery School teacher, Highlander.
Box   5
No.   236
Highlander workshop
Note: Top, from left to right, Charley Wilson; Cathy Winston; Cole Dandenbury, Poultry Worker organizer; Allen Haywood, CIO national director--bottom row, from left to right, Red Copeland, CIO director, Tennessee; second person, unknown individual; third, Paul Christopher; bottom right, the CIO organizer for Tennessee.
Box   5
No.   237
Jim Dombrowski, top row, third from the left, with mustache; second from right, Dan Walker, staff; next person, unknown individual; center, Allen Johnson; next to Zilphia is his sister; on the other side of Zilphia, Elsa Moore Johnson; extreme right, a neighbor, Alf Kilgore
Box   5
No.   238
CIO
Box   5
No.   239
Local 842, UAW-CIO, Highlander, 1944 June
Note: Bruce Keats; Harry Smith; Charles Martin.
Box   5
No.   240
CIO
Box   5
No.   241
UAW workshop participants
Box   5
No.   242
All Southern Conference for Civil and Trade Union Rights, Highlander Folk School, 1935 May
Note: The speaker is John Mooney (brother of Tom); Governor of Arkansas, Orval Faubus, was reported to be at the meeting as the President of the Student body of Commonwealth. One of the first civil rights rallies in the 1930s around 1933 or 1934, which was scheduled at Chattanooga, to adjourn, to Highlander, was attacked by members of the local chapter of the American Legion.
Box   5
No.   243
CIO gathering, possibly in Chattanooga
Note: Zilphia Horton was in charge.
Box   5
No.   244
Rubber workers, Highlander
Box   5
No.   245
Amalgamated Clothing Workers session
Use Restrictions: F.C. [Film Center?] holds copyright.
Note: Missing.
Box   5
No.   246
CIO
Box   5
No.   247
Paul Christopher, top left; fourth from the left, Lucy Randolph Mason
Box   5
No.   248
CIO
Box   5
No.   249
Founders meeting, Highlander
Box   5
No.   250
CIO, Highlander with George Guernsey with crutches, center
Box   6
No.   251
UAW, Highlander
Box   6
No.   252
Farmers Union, Highlander
Note: Myles Horton, seated in middle next to Leny Vanbrink; from right to left, Tom White; J.D. Martin, Alabama Farmers Union leader; Catherine Winston; Bud Voight, National Educational Staff, Farmers Union.
Box   6
No.   253-254
CIO
Box   6
No.   255
Bill Elkuss, extreme right; next, Miss Pam Vandellen, Antioch Co-op student; on the ground, extreme right, Estelle Thompson, Highlander staff
Box   6
No.   256
Packinghouse Workers session in Highlander
Note: Duplicate of photo number 212.
Box   6
No.   257
CIO
Box   6
No.   258
Packinghouse Educational Conference
Box   6
No.   259
Lucy Mason, fourth from left; Stanley Wittenburg, National CIO Office, fifth from left
Box   6
No.   260
CIO School
Use Restrictions: F.C. holds copyright.
Box   6
No.   261
Farmers Union
Note: Middle of the top row with arms folded, Tony Deshant, later president of Farmers Union, who at that time was Secretary-Treasurer. The participants were from Alabama, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Box   6
No.   262
Hosiery Workers session
Note: Top left, Krainock, Highlander staff; just below him, Bill Elkuss, Highlander staff; next, Mary Lawrence, Highlander staff; third from the left, top row, Bill, Director of Education for the Hosiery Workers from Philadelphia.
Box   6
No.   263
CIO Educational Conference in Chattanooga, 1944 February 18
Use Restrictions: Harold Davis holds copyright.
Box   6
No.   264
Amalgamated Clothing Workers session
Use Restrictions: F.C. holds copyright.
Note: Duplicate of photo number 245.
Box   6
No.   265
Smelter Workers session
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Bill Elkuss, fourth from left, front row.
Box   6
No.   266
Smelter workers
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   6
No.   267
CIO session in Library: Lucy Randolph Mason leading discussion
Box   6
No.   268-269
Smelter workers
Box   6
No.   270
Center staff discussion
Note: Standing on the left, Gorder Wydenborn; Fred Lasse; seated on the right, Emil Willimetz.
Box   6
No.   271
Hosiery Workers session, Highlander
Box   6
No.   272
25th anniversary meeting
Note: Extreme right corner, Everglades in Florida.
Box   6
No.   273
Labor meeting in Highlander
Note: Second from the left column right next to John Ramsey, director of the Labor Foundation at the time; the little girl is Charis Horton.
Box   6
No.   274
CIO labor school
Box   6
No.   275
Labor rally
Box   6
No.   276
Smelter workers
Box   6
No.   277
George Guernsey, with CIO students
Box   6
No.   278
CIO students
Box   6
No.   279
CIO School: Estelle Thompson leading discussion
Box   6
No.   280
Packinghouse session: Vice-President Stevenson talking
Box   6
No.   281
Amalgamated Session
Note: Dad Horton seated with pipe; Bill Elkuss, who is now the educational director for National Amalgamated, presenting certificate.
Box   6
No.   282
CIO students doing kitchen duty
Box   6
No.   283
Knoxville Industrial Union Council, 1944 February 18
Use Restrictions: Harold Davis holds copyright.
Note: Top row: Joe Cummings, Trustee; Bill Wright, Trustee; Mary Morgan, Sentinel; John Mellon, Trustee; Johnny Perky, Corresponding Secretary; Bottom row: Thelma Bryant, Financial Secretary; Alton Thorman, Vice-President; John Seltzer, President; Lucile Wilson, Recording Secretary.
Box   6
No.   284
CIO School
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Zilphia Horton at the right.
Box   6
No.   285
Tobacco and Agriculture Workers meeting
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Mary Lawrence on extreme right; next to her, Connie, who is educational director for the Food, Tobacco, and Agriculture Unions; the man seated on the extreme left is the organizer for the Steel Workers Union.
Missing.
Box   6
No.   286
CIO School
Note: Bill Elkuss on the left.
Box   6
No.   287
Highlander Library
Box   6
No.   288
Amalgamated session
Note: Blaire, former Highlander student, outstanding Southern Organizer; in the middle, the Amalgamated Vice-President in charge of the South.
Box   6
No.   289
Tobacco and Agriculture Workers meeting
Note: Duplicate of photo number 285.
Box   6
No.   290
CIO Union workshop
Note: Second from the top left, Catherine Winston; Zilphia Horton; next to Dr. William Johnson; Myles Horton; Jake [unknown last name], organizer for the Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers Union; and in the middle of the bottom is the Reverend; on the ground is Highlander staff.
Box   6
No.   291
Mary Lawrence and students in CIO setting table
Box   6
No.   292
Farmers Union meeting at Highlander
Note: Left, Zilphia Horton; Bud Voight, Educational Department; right hand side of the left table, second person, Pat Perry; Lewis, the Mississippi Shawno county agent; at the table, second man from the left, Jim Patton, president of Farmers Union; then Myles Horton; at the extreme right of the table, from Nashville, Tennessee; on the extreme right, Bill Elkuss; Mary Lawrence; unknown individuals.
Box   6
No.   293
CIO session: Bill Elkuss
Box   6
No.   294
Staff of UAW School, Highlander Folk School, 1944 June 5
Box   6
No.   295
Smelter Workers (United Mine Workers?) banquet
Note: Catherine Winston, extreme right at the little table; members of the executive board of the CIO Workers Union; board members of Highlander.
Box   6
No.   296
Unidentified play made by the Highlander Film Center
Box   6
No.   297
Packinghouse workers (Rubber workers?), 1945
Box   6
No.   298
Union Center, CIO
Box   6
No.   299
United Rubber Workers office, probably in Jackson, Alabama
Box   6
No.   300
Hosiery workers
Box   7
No.   301
CIO
Box   7
No.   302
Smelter workers
Box   7
No.   303
Rubber workers: Myles Horton addressing a group
Box   7
No.   304
Farmers Union discussion at Highlander: Jim Patton, fourth from left
Box   7
No.   305
CIO
Box   7
No.   306
Hosiery workers
Note: Duplicate of photo number 300.
Box   7
No.   307
Decoration of section, angel with gavel
Box   7
No.   308
Poster mock-up prepared by the Fisk University, Sixth Annual Institute of Race Relations
Box   7
No.   309
Sacred Harp singing
Note: Zilphia Horton, extreme right.
Box   7
No.   310
Group with Zilphia Horton, fifth from left
Box   7
No.   311
CIO School: Outdoor class at Highlander
Box   7
No.   312
Amalgamated session
Note: Leader, Susie Gordon, National Education office, striped blouse, fourth from the right.
Box   7
No.   313
Fiddle and Square dance at Highlander Community
Note: Henry Thomas, corner of porch, standing.
Box   7
No.   314
Civil rights meeting, boys singing
Box   7
No.   315
Unidentified child
Box   7
No.   316
Four small children in tent
Box   7
No.   317
Joe Willemetz picking up children for nursery school
Box   7
No.   318
African-American family (Ingram children) in Georgia, 1930s and 1940s
Box   7
No.   319
Three unidentified African-American children singing
Box   7
No.   320
Unidentified African-American high school students with teacher
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   7
No.   321
Unidentified African-American child
Box   7
No.   322
Children's camp, Horton's house
Box   7
No.   323
Performance at Highlander
Note: Neighbor at the work camp, upper left; second from right, Vera Campbell, high school teacher.
Box   7
No.   324
Unidentified girl at Children's camp
Box   7
No.   325
Brenda Johnson, left; Mary Byers, right
Box   7
No.   326
Children's camp
Box   7
No.   327
CIO: unidentified boy
Box   7
No.   328
Unidentified girl
Box   7
No.   329
Farmers Union: Stanley
Box   7
No.   330
Rural Health program photographed by the Film Center
Box   7
No.   331
Willemetz and some of her nursery school students from the community
Box   7
No.   332
Farmers Union member
Box   7
No.   333
Youth project-youth camp: May Justus
Box   7
No.   334
Participant-CIO
Box   7
No.   335
Young girl
Box   7
No.   336
Unidentified boy
Box   7
No.   337-346
Unidentified
Box   7
No.   347
A boy (Tobin?) receiving dental work
Box   7
No.   348
Santa Claus with children
Box   7
No.   349
Unidentified children
Box   7
No.   350
Tom Perry, children
Box   8
No.   351
Unidentified
Box   8
No.   352
Highlander staff member, early 1930s
Box   8
No.   353
Children's camp at Highlander
Box   8
No.   354
Citizenship group
Box   8
No.   355
Children's camp
Box   8
No.   356
Barbara King (five years old) milking cow
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   8
No.   357-358
Unidentified
Box   8
No.   359
East Tennessee Farmers Union: child milking cow
Box   8
No.   360
South Carolina
Box   8
No.   361
Girl wringing out shorts
Box   8
No.   362
CIO Educational Conference in Chattanooga
Note: Duplicate of photo number 263.
Box   8
No.   363
Hosiery Workers session
Note: Duplicate of photo number 262.
Box   8
No.   364
Unidentified
Box   8
No.   365-366
Tobin
Box   8
No.   367
Farmers Union
Box   8
No.   368-369
John Dalwin children
Box   8
No.   370
Children's camp, 1955
Box   8
No.   371
Alabama Farmers Union members
Box   8
No.   372
View of unknown building
Box   8
No.   373
Unidentified
Box   8
No.   374
Unidentified rural road with bridge
Box   8
No.   375
Construction, Copper Hill Basin in Tennessee and Northern Georgia
Box   8
No.   376
Highlander lake
Use Restrictions: R.N. Wagner holds copyright.
Box   8
No.   377
Main Highlander building
Use Restrictions: F.C. holds copyright.
Box   8
No.   378
Main Post photography building on mountain
Box   8
No.   379
TVA comes to the mountains
Box   8
No.   380
Stilted houses in Alabama black community
Box   8
No.   381
Mr. Bradley's smoke house, East Tennessee
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   8
No.   382
Highlander main building
Box   8
No.   383-385
Highlander Library
Box   8
No.   386
Main building
Box   8
No.   387
Farmers Union, Highlander
Note: Tom White, Railroad union and Highlander board member; Paul Bennett, Greene County, Alabama, Farmers Union leader and board member, Farmers and Fertilizers Co-op, Southern Alabama.
Box   8
No.   388
Highlander: Mr. Bannerman
Note: Second from left, adult educator from Madonna, at the community meeting.
Box   8
No.   389-390
Farmers Union
Box   8
No.   391
Civil rights session
Box   8
No.   392
Sue Mason, CIO School; George Kennedy, seated right
Box   8
No.   393
Andreason, Highlander staff
Note: Third from left, seated, Miss Helen Bass, South Carolina Health Department leader; Professor Tellativa, Alabama, extreme right; Mikii Marlowe on his left.
Box   8
No.   394
Smelter Workers group
Box   8
No.   395
Youth workshop, Highlander
Box   8
No.   396
CIO School
Box   8
No.   397
Farmers Union School
Note: Second from the left, Paul Bennett, Alabama; center, Don Chapman, President of Montana Farmers Union; outside Highlander Library.
Box   8
No.   398
Highlander Film Center
Box   8
No.   399
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Box   8
No.   400
Civil Rights workshop, possibly Seattle
Box   9
No.   401
Civil rights group, at Highlander
Box   9
No.   402
Race Relations Institute, Fisk University
Note: Highlander participated in Film Center work: extreme right on first standing row, Herman Long, director of the Institute.
Box   9
No.   403-405
CIO School, Highlander
Box   9
No.   406
Packinghouse staff workshop, Highlander
Note: Secretary-Treasurer Hathaway, left; and Vice-President Lasley, right, standing.
Box   9
No.   407
Packinghouse workshop, Highlander
Box   9
No.   408
Farmers Union workshop, Alabama
Note: First seated row, second from the left, Lou Krainock, Highlander staff member working for the Farmers Union.
Box   9
No.   409
Group at Highlander, early civil rights period
Box   9
No.   410
Highlander Group workshop on public school integration, 1954
Note: Extreme right, Professor William Van Gill of Education, Nashville, leading the discussion.
Box   9
No.   411
Packinghouse Workers at Highlander
Note: Left to right; Clyde Knowles; Russell Lasley, district director; Goodman, member of the Board of Education staff.
Box   9
No.   412
Unidentified
Box   9
No.   413
CIO School, Highlander
Box   9
No.   414
Meeting in Tennessee during CIO period
Box   9
No.   415
Fred Lasse, center
Box   9
No.   416
Young Citizenship group
Note: Johns Island students discuss sewing and the first citizenship group.
Box   9
No.   417
CIO School at Highlander, Joie Willemetz, student, center
Box   9
No.   418
Lillian Johnson
Note: Owner of original property at Highlander, second from the right.
Box   9
No.   419
Boys outside carnival tent
Box   9
No.   420
CIO School, Highlander
Note: Haywood, national CIO director, extreme right; Myles Horton; Seattle director, CIO.
Box   9
No.   421
Textile Workers school
Note: Second from left, Joe Latent, organizer from North Carolina; third, George Ramsey, national advisor for the Textile Union; Paul Christopher; Myles Horton.
Box   9
No.   422
Highlander lake
Box   9
No.   423
CIO School, Highlander
Box   9
No.   424
Highlander students on an outing
Box   9
No.   425
Private building of Farmers Union Fertilizer Co-op
Box   9
No.   426
Highlander Packinghouse Workers
Box   9
No.   427
Farmer-labor meeting?, Highlander
Note: Amalgamated workers; board members; Mr. Lange, Huntington, Tennessee, Farmers Union leader of local co-op.
Box   9
No.   428
Amalgamated workshop at Highlander
Note: Ed Blair, extreme left, organizer of Farmers students at Highlander other than those that have scholarships, working with the director, center.
Box   9
No.   429
CIO workshop
Note: Paul Christopher with Lucy Mason, third from the left.
Box   9
No.   430
Meeting at Highlander
Note: Extreme left, Guy Carawan; third from the left, Septima Clark.
Box   9
No.   431
Seattle through Highlander
Box   9
No.   432
CIO School, Highlander
Box   9
No.   433
Packinghouse workers educational training session, Highlander
Box   9
No.   434
Highlander: unidentified
Box   9
No.   435
Unidentified
Box   9
No.   436
East building, Highlander
Box   9
No.   437
Farmers Union workshop
Box   9
No.   438
Shout session around library
Box   9
No.   439-440
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Box   9
No.   441
Farmers Union meeting, Gadsden, Alabama
Box   9
No.   442
Educational Conference in Southern Alabama
Box   9
No.   443
Unidentified workshop at Highlander
Box   9
No.   444
Farmers Union workshop, Highlander
Note: Address by Mr. Mac Amos, Agriculture Specialist for the TVA; on the floor, work campers sitting in on the evening session.
Box   9
No.   445
Unidentified
Box   9
No.   446
Civil Rights workshop
Note: Zilphia Horton teaching a song; extreme left rear, Rosa Parks; next to her, with part of her face hidden, Septima Clark.
Box   9
No.   447
Packinghouse Workers educational staff training session at Highlander
Box   9
No.   448
CIO School: Lucy Mason, center
Box   9
No.   449
Alabama, Virginia, and Tennessee farmers outside the Highlander Library
Note: Don Chapman, second from left.
Box   9
No.   450
Writers workshop at Highlander run by Leon Wilson, late 1930s or early 1940s
Note: Charlie Ferguson, editor, Reader's Digest, working with Mrs. Joe Kelly Stockton from Allardt, Tennessee. Mrs. Stockton later ran for Governor of Tennessee on the Socialist Ticket.
Box   10
No.   451
Rubber workers at Highlander: Catherine Winston, center
Box   10
No.   452
Farmers Union school
Note: Jim Patton lending a hand to the work campers on the community building.
Box   10
No.   453
Myles Horton doodling for doodle bugs outside the library
Box   10
No.   454
Civil rights, Highlander: Septima Clark
Box   10
No.   455
Farmers Union School, Highlander
Note: Left to right: Tom White, J.D. Martin.
Box   10
No.   456
Workshop on the field, possibly in South Carolina
Box   10
No.   457
Fred Lasse, Emil Willimetz, Highlander Film Center
Box   10
No.   458
School
Note: Left, Jim Keene, Farmers Union, Greene County; center, Holbrook Hatley, Farmers Union, Greene County; also, a contributor to the Farmers Union Paper, edited by Tom Ludwig of the Highlander staff.
Box   10
No.   459
Public meetings for Mr. Bannerman
Note: Extreme right, educational worker from Garner; center with white suit, Scott Bates, head of the south, Swannee; Labor King General, Highlander Board, attended as a visitor from India to Highlander at the same time.
Box   10
No.   460
Civil rights meeting: relaxing in the front yard
Box   10
No.   461
Mr. MacNab, head of a regional council in South Carolina, and writer with the Highlander Civil Rights workshop; Septima Clark at the right
Box   10
No.   462
Public school integration workshop
Note: Left, Doctor Fred Pastnu, former head of the Institute; extreme right, Bill Kornhauser.
Box   10
No.   463
Tennessee legislative hearings
Note: Bruce Bennett listing names of people who in his judgment made Highlander the center of southern subversion; Charles Gomillion, head of the Trustee Civic association, letter to the General Highlander board.
Box   10
No.   464
CIO workshop at Highlander
Note: Second from left, A.A. Liveright; standing, Reverend Jonnett, minister from Tennessee; extreme right, Bill Kornhauser, who was in Antioch seat at the time and came back to work on the Highlander staff this summer. The Press Association was very pleased.
Box   10
No.   465
Civil Rights workshop
Note: Education to involve social workers in civil rights activities at Highlander.
Box   10
No.   466
Packinghouse session, Highlander
Box   10
No.   467
Address by Estes Kefauver at the Packinghouse Union board meeting during the Democratic Convention
Note: Senator Kefauver, extreme right, standing; his wife, Nancy, next to him seated; next to her, Doc Ralph Helstein.
Box   10
No.   468
Highlander workshop outing, civil rights period
Note: Myra Page, extreme left.
Box   10
No.   469
Highlander Film Center preparing health seminar for Alabama
Box   10
No.   470
CIO workshop at Highlander
Note: George Guernsey, extreme right.
Box   10
No.   471
Packinghouse Union workshop
Note: Hathaway, Secretary-Treasurer, left; Russell Lasley, Vice-President, right center, standing.
Box   10
No.   472
Public School Integration workshop, Highlander Library
Note: Professor William van Guill, Peabody School of Education, leading a discussion of riot, on the extreme left.
Box   10
No.   473
Alabama Farmers Union Convention
Note: Jim Patten speaking; seated to his left, Aubrey Williams; next, J.D. Mott.
Box   10
No.   474
CIO meeting, Highlander
Box   10
No.   475
Education staff training session at Highlander
Note: Lyle Copper, Packinghouse Research director.
Box   10
No.   476
Paul Bennett and his family at Highlander
Box   10
No.   477
Unidentified
Box   10
No.   478
Gene Cotton, Packinghouse Union attorney, at Highlander session
Box   10
No.   479
Alabama Farmers Union gathering: Myles Horton speaking
Box   10
No.   480
Montana Farmers Union, Highlander Library
Note: Paul Bennett, second from left, listening to Don Chapman talking about the fish he caught in Highlander lake.
Box   10
No.   481
Rubber workers session, Highlander
Note: One of the group meetings led by the Southern organizers.
Box   10
No.   482
Highlander staff training session, Packinghouse workers: Lyle Cooper
Box   10
No.   483
Civil rights leader at Highlander
Box   10
No.   484
Meeting at Horton's house during the civil rights period
Note: Extreme right, Maxwell Hahn, Field Foundation, visiting Highlander at the time.
Box   10
No.   485
Civil rights group at Highlander
Box   10
No.   486
Poker game at the Highlander dormitory during civil rights period
Box   10
No.   487
Unidentified group at Highlander, probably CIO
Use Restrictions: F.C. holds copyright.
Box   10
No.   488
Unidentified
Box   10
No.   489
Unidentified, 1958 May
Use Restrictions: Thorsten Horton holds copyright.
Box   10
No.   490
CIO School housing
Box   10
No.   491
Stewart Meacham, Highlander board member, American Friends Service Committee, talking to Myles Horton, Highlander
Box   10
No.   492
Meeting, possibly in Washington, D.C., organized by Malcom Ross, FEC Chairman
Use Restrictions: Fred Harris holds copyright.
Note: Ross, fourth from the left; Camille, Ross' wife, eighth from the left, seated in front of the window in a dark coat; Myles Horton, second from her; Evelyn Cooper, member of the Highlander fundraising committee in Washington, D.C., who was in training with the Dept. of the Interior, right of the person with the square earrings.
Box   10
No.   493-494
CIO workshop, Highlander
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   10
No.   495
Civil Rights workshop
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Note: Catherine Winston, left; third from left, Myra Page; extreme right, May Justus.
Box   10
No.   496
Women at a CIO or Amalgamated workshop, Highlander
Box   10
No.   497
CIO Highlander
Box   10
No.   498
Reference and Education Conference in Germany, late 1950s
Note: Myles Horton, left, with Oscar Guermenpres, head of folk school in Holland.
Box   10
No.   499
CIO School, Highlander
Note: George Guernsey, extreme left; Lou Krainock, next; Bill Elkuss, seated in front.
Box   10
No.   500
Lucy Mason and Reverend Witherspoon dodge in kitchen duty at CIO workshop
Box   11
No.   501
Three people singing a hymn
Box   11
No.   502
Bill Elkuss discussion at CIO School, Highlander
Box   11
No.   503
Lucy Mason, CIO School, Highlander
Box   11
No.   504
Lucy Mason, CIO School, Highlander
Note: Duplicate of photo number 503.
Box   11
No.   505
Farmers Union meeting, Tennessee
Note: Mr. Brown, standing.
Box   11
No.   506
Fun at Highlander CIO workshop
Box   11
No.   507
CIO School, Highlander
Note: Duplicate of photo number 499.
Box   11
No.   508
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Box   11
No.   509
Unidentified
Box   11
No.   510
Food, Tobacco and Agriculture Workers session at Highlander, 1947
Note: Connie Anderson, educational director for the organization, standing, center. She brought “We shall overcome” to home.
Box   11
No.   511
Myles Horton in front of the Highlander Library
Box   11
No.   512
CIO School at Highlander
Use Restrictions: F.C. holds copyright.
Note: George Kennedy, right; speaker at center is a professor from George Peabody College, Nashville.
Box   11
No.   513
Mine and Mill Smelter Workers session
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Bill Elkuss, left; organizer Anderson, right.
Box   11
No.   514
Unidentified session at Highlander
Note: Myles Horton, lower right.
Box   11
No.   515
Meeting of work campers at Community building
Note: Ike Church, supervisor, on the left with hat; George Mitchell, chairman of the Highlander Board, center; executive secretary of the Council.
Box   11
No.   516
Meeting in the Horton house in civil rights period
Use Restrictions: Thorsten Horton holds copyright.
Note: Second from the right under tapestry of children, Dennison Lewis Jones, Board member, Sociology teacher at Fisk University.
Box   11
No.   517
Highlander
Box   11
No.   518
Fred Lasse, standing center, civil rights period
Box   11
No.   519-522
Unidentified
Box   11
No.   523
Outdoor meeting with Highlander Library in background
Note: Dad Horton, left; Mrs. Mabee, from the local community, next; Doc Lillian Johnson; Mr. Paul Bennett.
Box   11
No.   524-525
Unidentified
Box   11
No.   526
Public School Integration workshop in Highlander Library
Note: Second from the right, Bill McCamel; next, May Justus.
Box   11
No.   527
Meeting of Smelter Workers
Box   11
No.   528
CIO School Highlander
Note: Marion Palfi, left-center; Dan Paul, Southern PAC Director.
Box   11
No.   529
Unidentified
Box   11
No.   530
Amalgamated Clothing Workers session at Highlander
Box   11
No.   531
CIO Highlander
Box   11
No.   532
Packinghouse session at Highlander
Note: Myles Horton, speaking; Stevens, right.
Box   11
No.   533
Civil rights session at Highlander: Myles Horton
Box   11
No.   534
Highlander Conference on use of Atomic Energy, probably in the 1940s
Box   11
No.   535
Highlander Conference on use of Atomic Energy
Note: Speaker on the right is John Bryl, who is on the Oak Ridge Atomic Energy Committee and who later became an Episcopalian minister.
Box   11
No.   536
Workshop in the Highlander library
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Note: Catherine Winston, extreme right.
Box   11
No.   537
Farmers Union School: white mutt
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   11
No.   538
Fred Lasse on right
Box   11
No.   539
Highlander Civil Rights workshop
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   11
No.   540
Educational staff training session at Highlander
Note: Russell Lasley leading a discussion; Hy Kornbluh, on his left.
Box   11
No.   541
Civil rights outdoor supper behind Horton's house
Note: Myles Horton, far left.
Box   11
No.   542
Coffee break at the library, civil rights meeting
Note: Myles Horton, center.
Box   11
No.   543
Public Community meeting, Horton house
Note: Mom Horton, extreme left; Julia Mabee, next to her; J.D. Marlowe, a neighbor, second from right with cap on.
Box   11
No.   544
Unidentified
Box   11
No.   545
CIO School group discussion in front yard
Note: Brock of the national educational staff, leader of discussion.
Box   11
No.   546
Posed in front of Highlander
Note: Fred Lasse, seated to the extreme left; Governor, standing on the extreme right.
Box   11
No.   547
Youth workshop at Horton's house held prior to the Montgomery, Alabama, boycott meeting
Box   11
No.   548
Men combing hair
Box   11
No.   549
CIO meeting: discussion in front yard of Highlander
Box   11
No.   550
Farmers Union School
Note: A.A. Liveright; left, Paul Bennett.
Box   12
No.   551
Civil Rights workshop: Highlander Library
Box   12
No.   552
Public Integration workshop, Highlander Library
Note: Speaker in middle, William Van Til.
Box   12
No.   553
Unidentified (Medgar Evers?)
Box   12
No.   554
Fred Lasse, standing behind camera
Box   12
No.   555
Montage at Highlander Film Center
Box   12
No.   556
Civil rights session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   557
Highlander workshop: unidentified
Box   12
No.   558
Farmers Union session at Highlander
Note: Second from the left, top, Bud Vogt, educational staff.
Box   12
No.   559
Packinghouse Workers session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   560
Amalgamated session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   561-562
Packinghouse session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   563
Session on front porch of School during civil rights period
Box   12
No.   564
Packinghouse session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   565
Highlander Library during civil rights period
Box   12
No.   566
Amalgamated session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   567
Women on street near Highlander
Box   12
No.   568
South Carolina Sea Island Citizenship group
Note: Judy Gregory, Highlander staff, at left.
Box   12
No.   569
Civil Rights workshop in South Carolina
Note: Left, Joe Brown, Charleston civil rights leader.
Box   12
No.   570
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Box   12
No.   571
Highlander Library
Note: Tom White; Paul Bennett.
Box   12
No.   572
CIO session participants, Highlander
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   12
No.   573
CIO session
Note: Charley Wilson, left, in red coat.
Box   12
No.   574
Dr. Fred Patterson, left
Box   12
No.   575-577
CIO
Box   12
No.   578
Unidentified
Box   12
No.   579
Packinghouse session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   580
Rubber Workers School at Highlander
Note: Cruden, publication editor of paper leading discussion.
Box   12
No.   581
Smelter Workers School at Highlander
Note: Third from the right, Alton Lawrence, Southern director.
Box   12
No.   582
Youth meeting at Highlander during civil rights period
Box   12
No.   583
Men's locker room
Box   12
No.   584
Alabama Farmers Union meeting
Box   12
No.   585
Another civil rights meeting at Highlander
Note: Left standing, Thurgood Marshall; next, Guy Carawan with the guitar; seated beneath, Anne Braden; Septima Clark; extreme right, Alice Cobb, Highlander staff; third person to the right, Anne Lockwood, on Highlander staff.
Box   12
No.   586
Public and Human Relations workshop at Highlander Library
Note: Second from left, Bill van Guill; on right, Myles Horton; third from left, Catherine Winston; behind Myles, Myra Page.
Box   12
No.   587
Workers session at Highlander
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Second from left, Southern Regional director; second from right, Myles Horton.
Box   12
No.   588-589
CIO group at Highlander
Use Restrictions: F.C. holds copyright (to 588).
Emil Willimetz holds copyright (to 589).
Box   12
No.   590-591
CIO, Highlander
Use Restrictions: F.C. holds copyright (to 590).
Emil Willimetz holds copyright (to 591).
Box   12
No.   592
Voter registration activists, Charleston, South Carolina
Use Restrictions: R.N. Wagner holds copyright.
Box   12
No.   593
Civil Rights workshop banquet, 1955
Note: Mikii Marlowe, first on the right, speaking.
Box   12
No.   594
CIO session
Note: Joe Glazier, extreme right; seated, Zilphia Horton.
Box   12
No.   595
Hosiery (or Poultry) workers session, Highlander: outdoor barbecue
Box   12
No.   596
Smelter Workers session, Highlander
Box   12
No.   597
Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers session meal, Highlander
Box   12
No.   598
CIO School
Note: Estelle Thompson, standing on steps.
Box   12
No.   599
CIO session
Note: Extreme right, Catherine Winston.
Box   12
No.   600
Food, Tobacco, Agriculture Workers cookout
Note: Second from left, Marny, the Pre-Education director.
Box   13
No.   601
CIO session meal, Highlander
Box   13
No.   602
Youth project cookout
Box   13
No.   603
Workers session
Note: Third from the left on top, educational director.
Box   13
No.   604
Farmers Union picnic
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   13
No.   605
Youth project, Highlander
Note: May Justus, first on the left.
Box   13
No.   606
Community meeting, Highlander
Note: Fourth from left, Judge Rollins.
Box   13
No.   607
Cookout
Note: Zilphia Horton, wearing checkered dress; Myles Horton, below.
Box   13
No.   608
Furniture Workers workshop, Highlander
Note: Second from the right, bottom, Ailene Austin, who came to Highlander as an Antioch Co-op student, later became a staff member and wrote a labor history.
Box   13
No.   609
Hosiery (or Poultry) Workers session, Highlander: outdoor barbecue
Note: Duplicate of photo number 595.
Box   13
No.   610
Civil Rights workshop banquet, 1955
Note: Duplicate of photo number 593.
Box   13
No.   611
CIO School
Note: George Guernsey, next to the crutches.
Box   13
No.   612
Textile Workers School, 1930s
Note: From left to right: Roy Lawrence, Southern regional director; unknown individual; Mary Lawrence, across the table from Roy; extreme right, across the table from Roy, Rosanne Walker, staff member at Highlander; to the left of the first person from the window, Claudia Lewis.
Box   13
No.   613
Furniture Workers workshop, Highlander
Note: Zilphia Horton leading the singing.
Box   13
No.   614
CIO Labor Conference
Note: Myles Horton, second from the left, top row.
Box   13
No.   615
Farmers Union School: James Kay, speaking
Box   13
No.   616
George Guernsey, center; Emil Willimetz, extreme right
Box   13
No.   617
Farmers Union session
Note: Head of the table, second person from the right, George Morton.
Box   13
No.   618
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   13
No.   619
Rubber Workers workshop
Box   13
No.   620
Farmers Union members having family meal, Stanley
Box   13
No.   621
Community meeting opening the community building at Highlander
Box   13
No.   622
Early civil rights period
Note: Newson, center, in checkered shirt.
Box   13
No.   623
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander, 1959 June
Use Restrictions: Thorsten Horton holds copyright.
Note: Septima Clark in center.
Box   13
No.   624
Workers eating at CIO session
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Fourth from the left, Cole Danenburg, textile worker.
Box   13
No.   625
Civil Rights Council, unknown location
Box   13
No.   626
Civil rights meeting, Highlander
Box   13
No.   627
Trula Underwood (Mrs. J. Boyd Underwood)
Box   13
No.   628-629
Unidentified
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   13
No.   630
Packinghouse workers
Note: Second from right, Russell Lasley.
Box   13
No.   631
CIO School session, Highlander: led by A.A. Liveright
Box   13
No.   632-633
Main building
Box   13
No.   634
Unidentified
Box   13
No.   635-636
Copper Hill basin, Tennessee
Box   13
No.   637
Road in front of County Community building
Box   13
No.   638
Back of main building, Highlander, early 1930s
Box   13
No.   639
Mt. Pelia Community Center
Box   13
No.   640
View of the Highlander lake from window of Hortons' house
Box   13
No.   641
Building, Highlander Library
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   13
No.   642
Ruthie Corrall
Box   13
No.   643
Mr. Bannerman, Highlander, 1958 May 11
Use Restrictions: Thorsten Horton holds copyright.
Box   13
No.   644
Playing checkers during a Civil Rights workshop break, 1958 May 11
Box   13
No.   645-648
Unidentified
Box   13
No.   649
CIO student coming to Highlander
Box   13
No.   650
Unidentified
Box   14
No.   651-652
Unidentified
Box   14
No.   653
Food, Tobacco and Agriculture student at Highlander making a stencil
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   14
No.   654
CIO workshop
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Jim Payne, Steelworker organizer from Chattanooga.
Box   14
No.   655
Dean Brazeal at Morehouse College
Box   14
No.   656
CIO workshop
Note: Kevin [unknown last name]
Box   14
No.   657
Civil Rights workshop participant, Highlander Library
Box   14
No.   658
Farmers Union workshop: union member from Astatde, Tennessee
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   14
No.   659
Young woman looking up
Box   14
No.   660
Karen Blondell, Antioch Co-op, Highlander
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   14
No.   661
Woman in kimono, 1959
Use Restrictions: Thorsten Horton holds copyright.
Box   14
No.   662
Woman testifying during Highlander investigation
Box   14
No.   663
Unidentified
Box   14
No.   664
Civil rights worker from South Carolina colony
Box   14
No.   665
Man operating mechanical arms
Box   14
No.   666-669
Unidentified
Box   14
No.   670
Reverend DeJarnette
Box   14
No.   671
Workshop
Note: Kwa Hagen, Director of Adult Education, who came as a State Dept. visitor; Septima Clark, left.
Box   14
No.   672
J.D. Marlowe, a neighbor, former Highlander student, fishing in lake
Box   14
No.   673
Civil Rights workshop participant, Chattanooga
Box   14
No.   674
CIO session, Highlander
Box   14
No.   675
Aubrey Williams by the Farmers Union
Box   14
No.   676
Workshop
Note: Duplicate of photo number 671.
Missing.
Box   14
No.   677
Food, Tobacco, and Agricultural workshop participant
Box   14
No.   678
CIO workshop
Note: Duplicate of photo number 656.
Missing.
Box   14
No.   679-680
Youth project, Highlander
Box   14
No.   681
Archie Brown
Note: Bachelor student, who spent a couple years on the Highlander staff.
Box   14
No.   682
Farmers Union student ringing dinner bell at Highlander
Box   14
No.   683
Paul Christopher, Tennessee CIO director, Highlander
Box   14
No.   684
Workshop participant from Tuskegee, Alabama
Box   14
No.   685
Unidentified African American man
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   14
No.   686
Farmers Union workshop: congressional candidate from North Alabama
Box   14
No.   687-692
Unidentified
Box   14
No.   693
Farmers Union, Tennessee
Note: Duplicate of photo number 658.
Box   14
No.   694
Relaxing, Highlander front yard, unidentified
Box   14
No.   695
Unidentified
Box   14
No.   696
Part time staff member
Box   14
No.   697
Farmers Union workshop
Box   14
No.   698
Youth Project participant, South Carolina
Box   14
No.   699-700
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   701
Working on the Altoona Co-op building, Alabama
Box   15
No.   702
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   703
Dr. Fred Patterson, Highlander
Box   15
No.   704
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   15
No.   705-707
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   708
Farmers Union member running for Congressman in Alabama
Box   15
No.   709
Farmers Union member in courthouse meeting in Alabama
Box   15
No.   710
North Alabama Farmers Union member
Box   15
No.   711
Professor from J. Peabody College
Box   15
No.   712
Packinghouse workers
Note: Education representative participating in group discussion.
Box   15
No.   713
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   714
Civil Rights workshop participant
Box   15
No.   715
Man sitting at table
Box   15
No.   716
Aubrey Williams
Box   15
No.   717-719
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   720
Smelter Workers member, Bessemer, Alabama
Box   15
No.   721
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   722
Bill Elkuss
Box   15
No.   723
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   724
Stuart Newcome
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   15
No.   725
Fred Ross?, Southern Regional Council; Septima Clark at right
Box   15
No.   726
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   727
Highlander workshop: Theodore Brameld
Box   15
No.   728
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   729
Woman at civil rights meeting in Charleston, South Carolina
Box   15
No.   730-733
Unidentified African-American men, circa 1960s
Box   15
No.   734
Joe Brown, leader in Charleston, South Carolina
Box   15
No.   735
Charleston activist, civil rights
Box   15
No.   736
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   15
No.   737
Portrait of a woman at Highlander by Hoyt Collins
Box   15
No.   738
Hart Catlin, very early picture
Box   15
No.   739
Packinghouse workshop, Goodman, member of educational staff
Box   15
No.   740
Packinghouse Workers workshop
Box   15
No.   741
Unidentified
Box   15
No.   742
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   15
No.   743
Connie Anderson, Food, Tobacco, and Agriculture worker in Highlander Library
Box   15
No.   744
Bill [unknown last name], Steel Workers organizer from Chattanooga
Box   15
No.   745
Ralph Helstein, not at Highlander
Box   15
No.   746
Unidentified African-American man, circa 1960s
Box   15
No.   747
Student at Highlander picnics behind the school, early 1930s
Box   15
No.   748
Alton Lawrence
Box   15
No.   749
Farmers Union member at Highlander
Box   15
No.   750
Paul Bennett
Box   16
No.   751
Paul Christopher
Box   16
No.   752-756
Unidentified
Box   16
No.   757
Wadmalaw Island Citizenship group evening class
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   16
No.   758
Wadmalaw Island Citizenship group building
Box   16
No.   759
Citizenship group participants
Box   16
No.   760
Citizenship group, coffee break
Note: Third from the left, Bernice Robinson, teacher in the first school, former Highlander student, Highlander board, later.
Box   16
No.   761
Unidentified African-American man lecturing, circa 1960s
Box   16
No.   762
Mrs. Brewer, the teacher in the Citizenship School on Edisto Island
Box   16
No.   763
Young fry waiting for their parents, Citizenship School, Wadmalaw Island
Box   16
No.   764
CIO
Box   16
No.   765
Conference on civil rights activities, Sea Islands
Box   16
No.   766
Septima Clark and Mr. Bellinger
Note: Who had been a student at Highlander and Johns Island.
Box   16
No.   767
Bellinger's Grocery
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Note: With African-American owners? in front of store.
Box   16
No.   768
Child at Johns Island
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   16
No.   769
Mrs. Gear and Estelle, students of Mrs. Brewer
Note: Missing.
Box   16
No.   770
Two African-American boys on Johns Island, circa 1960s
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   16
No.   771
High School cutting session
Note: Missing.
Mrs. Brewer, teacher at right.
Box   16
No.   772
Sea Island house or CIO, Highlander
Box   16
No.   773
Sea Island children
Box   16
No.   774
Sea Island group, Citizenship School
Box   16
No.   775
Sea Island citizenship students
Box   16
No.   776
Mrs. Brewer and Citizenship group in the community building of the church where her husband was pastor, in Edisto
Box   16
No.   777
Citizenship students from Edisto
Box   16
No.   778
Sea Islander Conference
Box   16
No.   779
Citizenship School
Note: Bernice Robinson, second from the left.
Box   16
No.   780
Sea Island children
Box   16
No.   781
Johns Island group, Esau Jenkins in the center, Highlander Conference on voter registration on Johns Island
Box   16
No.   782
Johns Island educational workshop
Box   16
No.   783
Clambake at Civil Rights workshop on Johns Island
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   16
No.   784
Johns Island workshop, Judy Gregory, Mrs. Robinson, and Mrs. Joe Brown
Box   16
No.   785
Students at Citizenship School learning how to sew, by Bernice Robinson
Box   16
No.   786
Civil rights meeting in Alton Hall, Highlander Library
Box   16
No.   787
Mrs. Brewer's living room the same night
Box   16
No.   788
Packinghouse Workers workshop
Box   16
No.   789
Aileen Brewer and students, Edisto Island Citizenship School
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   16
No.   790
Citizenship group, students at Sea Island
Box   16
No.   791
Citizenship groups, Sea Island
Box   16
No.   792
Mrs. Brewer's class at Edisto
Box   16
No.   793
Sea Island Citizenship groups, students
Box   16
No.   794
Civil Rights Conference in Charleston
Note: Mrs. Clark, extreme lower right.
Box   16
No.   795
Citizenship group students on island
Box   16
No.   796
Sea Island family, Citizenship group students
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   16
No.   797
Citizenship group at Johns Island
Box   16
No.   798
North Charleston
Box   16
No.   799
Center, Mrs. Esau Jenkins, restaurant in Charleston
Box   16
No.   800
Jenkins restaurant in Charleston
Box   17
No.   801
Citizenship group house and bus
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   17
No.   802
Progressive Club diner run by Esau Jenkins on Johns Island, where the first Citizenship School was held
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   17
No.   803
Island bedroom
Box   17
No.   804
Sea Island family
Box   17
No.   805-807
Sea Island Citizenship group
Box   17
No.   808
Myles Horton, Citizenship group at Johns Island
Box   17
No.   809
Bernice Robinson working on sewing machine with younger CIO member, South Carolina
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   17
No.   810
James Island workshop on cooperatives
Note: Extreme left, Mrs. Clark; Endra Macabee; Bernice Robinson.
Box   17
No.   811
Mrs. Brewer, second from left; Myles Horton; Mrs. Edistow
Box   17
No.   812
Citizenship group participants on Johns Island in front of the Morning Star Hall
Box   17
No.   813
Johns Island children
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   17
No.   814
Citizenship group, Johns Island
Box   17
No.   815
Sea Island children
Box   17
No.   816
Workshop on cooperative, Johns Island-church
Note: Extreme left, Anne Lockwood; third from left, Septima Clark.
Box   17
No.   817
Bernice Robinson on the Citizenship School on Johns Island
Box   17
No.   818
North Charleston
Box   17
No.   819
Workshop on Johns Island
Box   17
No.   820
Unidentified African-American men, circa 1960s
Box   17
No.   821
Leroy Brown at Highlander workshop on Johns Island
Box   17
No.   822
Esau Jenkins restaurant
Note: Missing.
Box   17
No.   823
Unidentified African-American man
Box   17
No.   824
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   17
No.   825
Charleston, South Carolina
Box   17
No.   826
Johns Island workshop
Box   17
No.   827
Mass meeting in Charleston
Note: Joe Brown, left; Myles Horton, speaking.
Box   17
No.   828
North Charleston
Box   17
No.   829
Island children
Box   17
No.   830
Unidentified
Box   17
No.   831
North Charleston Citizenship group teacher
Box   17
No.   832
Unidentified
Box   17
No.   833
Johns Island family
Box   17
No.   834
Citizenship group on Johns Island
Note: Extreme right is Miss Alice Wine, one of the first African-Americans to register at the Citizenship group before it started. She was a native of Johns Island.
Box   17
No.   835
Bernice Robinson, second from the left
Box   17
No.   836
Unidentified African-American woman
Box   17
No.   837
Unidentified African-American man
Box   17
No.   838
North Charleston house
Note: Missing.
Box   17
No.   839
North Charleston house
Box   17
No.   840
Charleston mass meeting
Note: Missing.
Box   17
No.   841
Unidentified African-American man
Box   17
No.   842
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   17
No.   843
Restaurant
Note: Missing.
Box   17
No.   844
Mrs. Esau Jenkins on Johns Island
Box   17
No.   845
Boys on Johns Island
Box   17
No.   846
Esau Jenkins
Box   17
No.   847
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   17
No.   848
Johns Island Citizenship group, “crocheting on Johns island in Adult School”
Box   17
No.   849
Bernice Robinson at first Citizenship School at Johns Island
Box   17
No.   850
Unidentified African-Americans
Box   18
No.   851
North Charleston
Box   18
No.   852
Septima Clark on right
Box   18
No.   853
Packinghouse, Mon Kies, educational staff
Box   18
No.   854
Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers School at Highlander
Box   18
No.   855
CIO School, Highlander, playing ball game, Highlander training program for Packinghouse group, Montajik by Film Center
Box   18
No.   856
Farmers Union group at Highlander
Box   18
No.   857
Highlander main building
Box   18
No.   858
Estes Kefauver on right
Box   18
No.   859
“Unemployment” collage
Box   18
No.   860
“How You Do It” collage
Note: Bob Cruden at a Highlander railroad workers union workshop.
Box   18
No.   861
“What you want” collage
Box   18
No.   862
“TVA” (Tennessee Valley Authority) collage
Box   18
No.   863
“Help Democracy Grow” collage
Box   18
No.   864
Highlander CIO
Box   18
No.   865
CIO meeting in front of Highlander
Box   18
No.   866
“The Farmers Union Bets on You!” collage
Note: Dillard King, native of Highlander.
Box   18
No.   867
“Workers Farmers Learn New Ideas at Highlander” collage
Note: Paul Bennett and other group at Highlander.
Box   18
No.   868
CIO fishing
Box   18
No.   869
Part of the Film Center exhibit
Box   34
No.   870
SA organizer Bill Anderson and Bill Elkuss
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   34
No.   871
Unidentified African American man with crutch
Box   34
No.   872
Two unidentified men giving presentation
Box   34
No.   873
Head and shoulders portrait of unidentified woman with head scarf
Box   34
No.   874-875
Unidentified men at meeting
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   34
No.   876
Meeting of smelter workers using Highlander display at Film Center
Box   34
No.   877
Other smelter workers in Highlander, Charley Wilson leading discussion
Box   34
No.   878-879
Unidentified man in rocking chair on porch reading newspaper
Note: 2 copies.
Box   34
No.   880
WPA workers, early 1940s
Note: Graf Taylor in the foreground organizing WPA workers in Grundy County where Highlander was located.
Box   34
No.   881
Unidentified group of men at meeting
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   34
No.   882
Smelter workers
Box   18
No.   883
Graf Taylor talking to a group of WPA workers at Highlander
Note: In the foreground on the left is Will Brown, local Methodist pastor.
Box   18
No.   884
Jim Dombrowski using an Amalgamated Clothing Workers Visual-Lecture sheet
Box   34
No.   885
Elizabeth Hawes, first executive secretary for Highlander
Use Restrictions: Ifor Thomas holds copyright.
Box   34
No.   886
Amalgamated Clothing Workers
Box   34
No.   887
Unidentified man taking notes and man consulting book
Box   34
No.   888
Estelle Thompson, CIO workshop
Note: Duplicate of photo number 171.
Box   34
No.   889
Smelter workers group
Box   34
No.   890
Smelter workers in a workshop in Alabama led by Bill Elkuss
Box   34
No.   891
Unidentified men at meeting
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Note: Duplicate of images in photo number 874-875.
Box   34
No.   892
Smelters workers at Highlander
Box   34
No.   893
Highlander seminar run in Cuautla, Mexico
Note: Aimee Horton, third from the left, in front of chimney.
Box   18
No.   894
Guy Carawan speaking at Youth Project at Highlander
Box   18
No.   895
Man reading Tennessee Union Farmer newspaper
Note: Ike Church, manager of the property and neighbor of Highlander Library.
Box   18
No.   896
CIO students doing a skit
Box   18
No.   897
Estelle Thompson teaching poster making, CIO school
Box   18
No.   898
Dan Powell, second from the left, the southern PHD director teaching at Highlander CIO school
Box   18
No.   899
“Poll Tax States”
Box   18
No.   900
Montage at the Highlander Film Center
Box   19
No.   901
J.D. Martin in South Alabama workshop
Box   19
No.   902
Portrait of a display, Film Center
Box   19
No.   903
Film Center display
Box   19
No.   904
Film Center display
Note: On the left is Tom Ludwig; next is J.D. Martin.
Box   19
No.   905
Center of America Adult Education seminar, Cuautla, Mexico, 1962 December 16-21
Note: Myles Horton, Ismael Rodriquez Aragon, Lewis Sinclair.
Box   19
No.   906
Center of America Adult Education seminar group shot, Cuautla, Mexico, 1962 December 16-21
Box   19
No.   907
Village near Cuautla where Educational Adults seminar was held
Note: Invited participants to a committee meeting in the square, Myles Horton to the right, speaking.
Box   19
No.   908
Alabama Farmers Union member
Box   19
No.   909
Work campers at Highlander building, sand beach on the lake
Box   19
No.   910
Early students in front of the Highlander entrance
Box   19
No.   911
Erosion at Copper Hill Basin
Box   19
No.   912
Dynamiting the spillway to Highlander lake
Box   19
No.   913
Main building
Box   19
No.   914
Dynamiting the spillway for the Highlander lake
Box   19
No.   915
Winter view from Horton house
Box   19
No.   916
Barton cabin
Box   19
No.   917
Office and Film Center building
Box   19
No.   918-919
Library
Box   19
No.   920
Community Center
Box   19
No.   921
Film Center
Box   19
No.   922-923
Film Center Library
Box   19
No.   924
Community building
Box   19
No.   925-927
Library
Box   19
No.   928
Rolling Stone House, Billport, staff and family, Rolling Stone
Note: Came from the symbol the chimney building put in the chimney, built a round stone.
Box   19
No.   929
Heights in the back of the Highlander
Box   19
No.   930
Highlander
Box   19
No.   931
Library
Box   19
No.   932
“All windows out”
Box   19
No.   933
Guy Carawan student workshop
Box   19
No.   934
Guy Carawan and singers
Note: James Bevel and Bernard Lafayette, singers.
Box   19
No.   935
Guy singing at Children's camp
Box   19
No.   936-937
Farmers Union meeting
Box   19
No.   938
CIO student, Highlander
Box   19
No.   939
Pete Seeger, Highlander
Note: Possibly at 25th anniversary celebration, in charge of music.
Box   19
No.   940
Chattanooga civil rights participant leading singing of group
Box   19
No.   941
Leon Wilson, staff member leading Sacred Harp songs at a statewide Sacred Harp gathering at Highlander
Box   19
No.   942
CIO students, Paul Christopher at piano at Highlander
Box   19
No.   943
Packinghouse workers, CIO School in Highlander
Note: Zilphia Horton leading singing.
Box   19
No.   944
Evening entertainment, Highlander CIO School, a skit on the shooting of Dan McGrew
Box   19
No.   945
Zilphia Horton leading singing, CIO School
Note: Table at right, Myles Horton, Mike Ross, Tom Ludwig, Joyce Mitchell.
Box   19
No.   946
Zilphia Horton leading singing at the Textile Workers Education Conference
Note: Extreme right, Seth Brewer, textile workers director for North Carolina.
Box   19
No.   947
Zilphia Horton teaching songs, leading CIO School at Highlander
Box   19
No.   948
Neighbor, Highlander, 1937
Note: People of the Cumberland film still.
Box   19
No.   949
Foster Falls picnic grounds, CIO students
Note: Dad Horton standing on the left.
Box   19
No.   950
People of the Cumberland
Box   20
No.   951
Laundry, early 1930s
Note: Group that helped staff members; Dorothy Carlson on right.
Box   20
No.   952
Vaudeville workers discussion, Highlander
Box   20
No.   953
John Morgan
Note: Second from the left, teaching flute making at Highlander CIO School, Zilphia Horton.
Box   20
No.   954
CIO School, Highlander
Note: Paul Christopher, left, leading discussion.
Box   20
No.   955
Unidentified
Box   20
No.   956-957
Amalgamated session, Highlander
Box   20
No.   958
Discussion with work campers, Highlander lake
Note: Beth Kennedy, extreme left; Shelby Smith, extreme right.
Box   20
No.   959
CIO workshop, Highlander
Note: Second from left, Virginia Durr, chairman of the National Committee to repeal the poll tax for Southern Conference for Human Welfare.
Box   20
No.   960
CIO session
Note: Second from the left, Dad Horton; third, Dan Powell, PAC Director; fifth against the tree, Cole Danenburg, Hosiery Workers organizer.
Box   20
No.   961
Mountain fox hunt near Highlander
Box   20
No.   962
Summer work camp group
Note: Beth Kennedy, extreme right.
Box   20
No.   963
Hosiery workers group discussion
Note: Bill [unknown last name], extreme right, educational director.
Box   20
No.   964
Committee meeting, outdoor session, early civil rights period, 1955
Note: Myles Horton on left; second, unknown individual; third, Esau Jenkins; Septima Clark.
Box   20
No.   965
Hubeck, Highlander
Box   20
No.   966
CIO outdoor discussion
Note: Second from left, A.A. Liveright.
Box   20
No.   967
CIO outdoor discussion
Note: Led by Stuart Brock, National CIO Education Office.
Box   20
No.   968
CIO School, Highlander
Box   20
No.   969
Unidentified
Box   20
No.   970
Early Civil Rights Conference at Highlander
Box   20
No.   971
CIO students in Summer Youth Project, participants relaxing together
Box   20
No.   972
Augville workers discussion, Highlander
Note: Lower left, southern director leading discussion.
Box   20
No.   973
Work camp discussion led by the director; upper left, Skirt Shekins
Box   20
No.   974
Civil rights meeting, early 1930s
Note: Brother Tom Mooney addressing gathering.
Box   20
No.   975
Civil rights session
Box   20
No.   976
Pre-CIO labor union workshop attended by neighbor, extreme left, in her 90s
Box   20
No.   977
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Note: Fred Patterson, extreme left.
Box   20
No.   978
Highlander outing, Big Ridge Park at Ridge
Box   20
No.   979
Augville workers session led by Southern director
Box   20
No.   980
CIO group
Note: Extreme left, Henry Shipherd; George Guernsey; Lucy Mason; Zilphia Horton; unknown individual; Paul Christopher in the chair.
Box   20
No.   981
CIO School
Note: Stuart Brock, extreme left, back row.
Box   20
No.   982
Amalgamated workshop at Highlander
Note: Second from the lower left, Barbara [unknown last name] from the National Amalgamated Education Office; Suzie Gordon, Amalgamated Educational Office; unknown individual; Joie Willemetz, extreme right; Stuart Meacham, fifth from the left; in the back row, Myles Horton; Ulia McGill, Amalgamated organizer; Zilphia Horton.
Box   20
No.   983
Workshop
Box   20
No.   984
Farmers Union workshop
Note: B.R. Brazeal, extreme left; May Justus.
Box   20
No.   985
Summer workshop
Note: Director of the camp, Van Kennedy, extreme left; Beth Kennedy, extreme right.
Box   20
No.   986
Youth Project outdoor meeting
Note: In center, Guy Carawan; the banjo next to Charis Horton, one of the participants.
Box   20
No.   987
Early union workshop
Box   20
No.   988
Unidentified
Box   20
No.   989
Virginia Durr, second from the left
Box   20
No.   990-991
Unidentified
Box   20
No.   992
Civil rights group at Highlander
Note: Septima Clark on the left.
Box   20
No.   993
Civil rights group at Highlander lake
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Note: Fifth from the left, Charlotte Meacham, American Friends Service Committee, former Highlander student.
Box   20
No.   994
Esau Jenkins, left, civil rights
25th Anniversary
Box   20
No.   995
Mrs. Roosevelt talking with Indian chief from Florida
Box   20
No.   996
Mrs. Roosevelt speaking at anniversary, Myles Horton, May Justus
Box   20
No.   997
Mrs. Roosevelt with May Justus
Box   20
No.   998
Myles Horton at left, Mrs. Roosevelt, May Justus
Box   20
No.   999
Mrs. Roosevelt, May Justus
Box   20
No.   1000
Highlander conference in Chattanooga in connection with the Southern Conference for Human Welfare
Note: Zilphia Horton, left; Myles Horton; Mrs. Roosevelt.
Box   21
No.   1001
Certification
Box   21
No.   1002-1005
Unidentified
Box   21
No.   1006
Children's camp, Highlander
Box   21
No.   1007
J.D. Mott, kitchen duty at Highlander
Box   21
No.   1008
Conference in Horton house
Note: Ted Brameld, left; identified in chair, Grace Hamilton, director of the Urban League, Atlanta.
Box   21
No.   1009
Zilphia Horton leading singing on a picket line, Chattanooga
Box   21
No.   1010
Citizenship School, Myles Horton
Box   21
No.   1011
Student ringing dinner bell at Highlander
Box   21
No.   1012
Ralph Helstein, place unidentified
Box   21
No.   1013
Children's camp, Highlander
Note: Extreme right, Penny Stillman; Charis Horton.
Box   21
No.   1014
Unidentified
Box   21
No.   1015
Timon, Highlander Nursery School
Note: Joie Willemetz, upper left.
Box   21
No.   1016
Film Center picture from before the Tennessee Library service
Box   21
No.   1017
J.D. Marlowe, cooperative canning, probably
Box   21
No.   1018-1023
Packinghouse workers, unknown location
Box   21
No.   1024
Unidentified
Box   21
No.   1025
CIO School
Box   21
No.   1026
Packinghouse workers, montage at Highlander Film Center
Box   21
No.   1027
John J. Finley at election rally, Chattanooga?
Box   21
No.   1028
Unidentified
Box   21
No.   1029
Early CIO picture
Note: Paul Christopher, third from right; back front row, second from the left, Amil, president of Textile Workers Union; Sidney Hillman, president, Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union; George Baldanzi, black president of Textile Workers Union.
Box   21
No.   1030
Chicken on the chopping block, Highlander, early 1930s
Box   21
No.   1031-1032
Cleaning poultry, early 1930s
Box   21
No.   1033
Students cleaning poultry
Note: Estelle Thompson, right.
Box   21
No.   1034
Robbing wild beehive, back of Highlander
Box   21
No.   1035
Robbing beehive
Box   21
No.   1036
Two women searching the card catalog
Note: Mikii Marlowe on the right; Elizabeth Jenkins on the left.
Box   21
No.   1037
CIO cutting stumps off, student paper
Box   21
No.   1038
CIO student with Bill Elkuss on left, mimeographing paper
Box   21
No.   1039
Amy Vanbrink mimeographing
Box   21
No.   1040-1041
United Nations workshop, Highlander Library
Box   21
No.   1042
Cows, girl, and cat, East Tennessee Farmers Union scene
Box   21
No.   1043
Cows
Box   21
No.   1044
Birds
Box   21
No.   1045
Foal
Box   21
No.   1046
Games at CIO workshop
Box   21
No.   1047
CIO students pitching horseshoes, Highlander
Box   21
No.   1048
Flyball game, CIO Highlander
Box   21
No.   1049
Horseshoes, CIO Highlander
Box   21
No.   1050
Pete Swin
Note: Public relations director for the CIO, Memphis, Highlander.
Box   22
No.   1051
Russell Bull fishing in Highlander lake
Note: Regional Packinghouse Workers director.
Box   22
No.   1052
CIO ball game
Box   22
No.   1053
CIO ball
Box   22
No.   1054
Volleyball
Box   22
No.   1055
Volleyball, CIO
Box   22
No.   1056
CIO horseshoes
Box   22
No.   1057
Volleyball, CIO School
Box   22
No.   1058
Farmers Union baseball game
Box   22
No.   1059
Early labor union schools, pitching horseshoes, volleyball
Box   22
No.   1060
Youth Project and Children's campers swimming in Highlander lake
Box   22
No.   1061
CIO Volleyball
Box   22
No.   1062
Automobile workers, baseball
Box   22
No.   1063
CIO baseball
Box   22
No.   1064
Clinton, Tennessee, two youngsters brought to Highlander for Christmas during integration struggle
Note: Charis Horton, extreme right.
Box   22
No.   1065
Waldemar Hille, Director of Music, Elmhurst College, Illinois
Note: Hille worked with Zilphia Horton with the music at Highlander.
Box   22
No.   1066
Rubber Workers School at Highlander, glazier scene
Box   22
No.   1067
CIO School
Note: Paul Christopher at piano, Pete [unknown last name]
Box   22
No.   1068
CIO evening performance
Box   22
No.   1069
Unidentified
Box   22
No.   1070
Two CIO members sitting on the porch of the recreational department cabin
Box   22
No.   1071
Results of tornado by Horton house
Box   22
No.   1072
Tornado damage, Highlander farm
Box   22
No.   1073
Library
Box   22
No.   1074
Remodeling the Horton house
Box   22
No.   1075-1077
Horton house after tornado
Box   22
No.   1078
Remodeling the Horton house
Box   22
No.   1079
Women in theatrical performance
Note: CIO, second from the left, Beth Eldridge, who is secretary for community; Leny Vanbrink, Co-op.
Box   22
No.   1080
Man gesturing with cigar at Highlander event
Box   22
No.   1081
Games, Highlander CIO School
Box   22
No.   1082
Recreation at Highlander Farmers Union Educational Conference in Gatlinburg, part of leadership training program
Box   22
No.   1083
Eating at Highlander CIO workshop, Liveright
Box   22
No.   1084-1085
Unidentified
Box   22
No.   1086
Men imitating ducks as part of a theatrical performance
Box   22
No.   1087
Civil Rights workshop game
Box   22
No.   1088
Highlander Civil [Rights] workshop and games
Box   22
No.   1089
CIO workshop games
Box   22
No.   1090
Skit, CIO workshop
Box   22
No.   1091-1092
Hosiery Workers workshop skit, Highlander
Box   22
No.   1093
Summer Youth Project dance class
Box   22
No.   1094
Hosiery workers, Highlander
Box   22
No.   1095
Unidentified; third from the left, Joe Willemetz
Box   22
No.   1096
Unidentified white man in drag
Box   22
No.   1097
“Solidarity”
Box   22
No.   1098
Cutting long ribbons of paper, CIO workshop
Note: Extreme left, J.D. Marlowe; community.
Box   22
No.   1099
“Fishing in a bucket,” CIO activity
Note: Leny Vanbrink?, right.
Box   22
No.   1100
Zilphia? learning to operate projector
Box   23
No.   1101
Emil Willimetz at Film Center
Box   23
No.   1102
Emil Willimetz shows film on field trip
Box   23
No.   1103
Center montage
Box   23
No.   1104
Gordon at Film Center doing demonstration of film strips
Box   23
No.   1105
Movie, Highlander
Box   23
No.   1106
CIO School-Zilphia learning to operate projector
Box   23
No.   1107
Demonstration films
Box   23
No.   1108
Zilphia learning to operate projector
Box   23
No.   1109
Packinghouse workers at oyster plant in some part of Maryland
Box   23
No.   1110
Oyster boats, Packinghouse
Box   23
No.   1111
Myles Horton on ruins of Highlander main building
Note: Building was burned after being taken over by the state.
Box   23
No.   1112
Remains of main building, Highlander lake on the right
Box   23
No.   1113
Uncle Billy Thomas with his wife
Note: Billy was local patriarch, who made all the furniture at Highlander, was a lay minister and staunch supporter.
Box   23
No.   1114
Uncle Billy Thomas in the local church across from Highlander
Box   23
No.   1115
Uncle Billy in his shop with chairs
Box   23
No.   1116
Woman with baby on screen projected behind her
Box   23
No.   1117-1118
Unidentified
Box   23
No.   1119
Textile Workers strike, Alabama
Box   23
No.   1120
Striking Packinghouse workers
Box   23
No.   1121
Packinghouse after it burned
Box   23
No.   1122
Textile picnic, Alabama
Note: Second from left, Tom Ludwig, bringing greetings from the Farmers Union.
Box   23
No.   1123
Educational meeting on picket line
Note: Bill Elkuss, top left; Zilphia Horton.
Box   23
No.   1124
Resident Adult Educational Conference, Germany, 1959
Note: Left, Horton; teacher from the Post School; third unknown individual; Oscar Gramakay.
Box   23
No.   1125
Resident Adult Educational Conference, Germany, 1959
Box   23
No.   1126
Square dancing led by Ralph Tefferteller, early 1930s
Note: Center of yard, Henry Thomas.
Box   23
No.   1127
Myles Horton and unknown school teacher
Box   23
No.   1128
Square dancing at Highlander
Note: On extreme right, J.D. Marlowe; Myles Horton; Catherine Winston.
Box   23
No.   1129
Square dancing, Henry Thomas's yard, Youth camp, Highlander
Note: Zilphia Horton playing piano.
Box   23
No.   1130
Youth Project
Box   23
No.   1131
Youth Project dance
Box   23
No.   1132
Unidentified
Box   23
No.   1133
Dancing in Henry Thomas's yard led by Ralph Tefferteller
Box   23
No.   1134
Dancing in Henry Thomas's yard led by Tefferteller
Note: Bottom left, unknown individual; next to fiddler is Uncle Willy Marlowe, a neighbor; Henry Thomas is sitting on the porch.
Box   23
No.   1135
Square dancing
Box   23
No.   1136
Banjo player at night barbecue, Highlander
Box   23
No.   1137
Early CIO convention, organizers, union officials, probably textile workers convention
Box   23
No.   1138
Zilphia Horton leading singing at convention
Note: Made up primarily of Southern Union representatives, probably textile workers.
Box   23
No.   1139-1041
Ike Church having barbecue, CIO School
Box   23
No.   1142
Scalding hog butchered at Highlander
Box   23
No.   1143
Cleaning hog
Box   23
No.   1144
Skit at CIO School, “Lollipop Poppa”
Box   23
No.   1145-1147
Leon Wilson leading Sacred Harp singing
Box   23
No.   1148
Farmers Union ladies quilting in Alabama
Box   23
No.   1149
Highlander neighbors quilting in Community Center
Note: Second from left, Mom Horton; third, Maggie Marlowe; sixth, Joie Willemetz.
Box   23
No.   1150
“Out of this Bitter Land,” Highlander
Box   24
No.   1151
Erosion Copper Basin
Box   24
No.   1152
Myles Horton
Box   24
No.   1153
Packinghouse Workers session, rough drafting
Box   24
No.   1154
Young girl sitting in chair
Box   24
No.   1155
Highlander workshop on Civil Rights
Note: Table, Myles Horton, Mikii Marlowe, Esau Jenkins, Rosa Parks, and Septima Clark in far right corner.
Box   24
No.   1156
Man giving a lecture
Note: Harvey L. Friedman? of the Amalgamated Clothing Workers Union.
Box   24
No.   1157
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1158
Julia Mabee in community with Highlander staff member Henry Shipherd
Box   24
No.   1159
CIO discussion in front of Highlander
Box   24
No.   1160
Civil Rights workshop
Note: Left, unknown individual; center, Paul Bennett; right, Grace Hamilton, Highlander board member and Urban League.
Box   24
No.   1161
Alabama Farmers Union
Box   24
No.   1162-1164
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1165
Photocollage of musicians and square dancers
Note: Ike Church, upper right; J.D. Marlowe, top center.
Box   24
No.   1166
Highlander community co-op sewing group
Box   24
No.   1167
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1168
House back of Highlander
Box   24
No.   1169
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1170
Model of proposed library made by Carl Koch
Box   24
No.   1171
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1172-1173
Montage
Box   24
No.   1174
Highlander Christmas vacation for Clinton black students, first integrated in the South
Note: Rosa Parks was present.
Box   24
No.   1175
Highlander Library, helping students, civil rights period
Box   24
No.   1176-1177
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1178
Clinton High School students gathering: Rosa Parks, center
Note: First picture on left from contact sheet.
Box   24
No.   1179
Clinton, back of the school [proof sheet]
Note: 12 images.
Box   24
No.   1180
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   24
No.   1181
L.A. Blackman, Elloree, South Carolina
Note: Mr. L.A. Blackman reportedly resisted KKK attempts to force him out of town.
Box   24
No.   1183
Unidentified group in front of Highlander
Box   24
No.   1184
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1185
Public School Integration workshop, Highlander
Box   24
No.   1186
Highlander Library
Box   24
No.   1187
Montage
Box   24
No.   1188
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1189
25th Anniversary
Note: Left, the neighbors and little sister; Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, in window behind Aubrey Williams; Myles Horton; Mrs. Johnson, mother of Zilphia Horton.
Box   24
No.   1190
Mrs. Roosevelt, Myles Horton, May Justus
Box   24
No.   1191-1192
Unidentified
Box   24
No.   1193
Mrs. Roosevelt, May Justus
Box   24
No.   1194
Eleanor Roosevelt speaks on the front porch of Highlander School
Box   24
No.   1195
Woman writing on chalkboard at Citizenship School, Johns Island
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   24
No.   1196
Textile Workers organizer, Zilphia Horton in front of Highlander
Box   24
No.   1197
CIO students talking to Zilphia Horton
Box   24
No.   1198
CIO students
Box   24
No.   1199
Zilphia Horton leading singing, Farmers Union session
Box   24
No.   1200
Zilphia Horton
Box   25
No.   1201
Textile Workers Conference, Central Alabama, 1939
Note: Seated back row, Weatherspoon; next, Zilphia Horton; next, Alabama director; behind podium, Roy Lawrence; directly behind him in the middle back row, Amil Leevy; to the right of him is John [unknown last name], director of the International Ladies Garment Workers of the South; front row is the director of the Hosiery Workers; Lucy Randolph Mason; Paul Christopher; Bill [unknown last name], a steel worker.
Box   25
No.   1202
Unidentified, 1939
Box   25
No.   1203
Textile Workers group at Highlander
Note: Roy Lawrence, extreme left.
Box   25
No.   1204
Zilphia Horton with business manager, educational director of the newly organized LaFollette, Tennessee Shirt Workers, 1937
Box   25
No.   1205
Zilphia Horton leading songs at Highlander, early union CIO session
Note: Charlie Wilson, board member, extreme right; next to him is his wife Frankie, both students at Highlander in early 1930s.
Box   25
No.   1206
Textile Workers Convention
Note: Probably the southern delegate to the first Textile Workers Convention, met in Philadelphia.
Box   25
No.   1207
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander Library
Note: Myra Page at the far end of the table.
Box   25
No.   1208
Zilphia Horton
Box   34
No.   1209
Unidentified
Box   25
No.   1210
Unidentified
Box   25
No.   1211
Zilphia Horton
Note: Missing.
Box   25
No.   1212
Student ringing dinner bell
Box   25
No.   1213
Ike Church, Highlander
Box   25
No.   1214
CIO student, kitchen duty
Box   25
No.   1215
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   25
No.   1216
Ore workers, Alabama
Box   25
No.   1217
Children's campers
Box   25
No.   1218
First citizenship student learning to read
Note: In the back end of the cooperative at that time, Jenkins Grocery store.
Box   25
No.   1219
Early integration workshop
Note: Lower left hand corner in center, Rosa Parks; extreme right, Charis Horton.
Box   34
No.   1220
Mine workers rally, farmer Matt Bunch, district organizer in the center
Box   25
No.   1221
Citizenship group, Wadmalow Island
Box   25
No.   1222
CIO entertainment, Highlander
Box   25
No.   1223
“A rural minister and a farmer from Kodak, Tennessee”
Note: Roy Houts, Methodist minister, and Kurt Smith, farmer.
Box   25
No.   1224
Myles Horton and Matt Lynch
Note: Lynch, one of the first students at Highlander, later became a hosiery worker, and is now the secretary of the CIO in Tennessee.
Box   25
No.   1225
Joint CIO workshop and work camp evening meeting at Highlander
Note: Student at right with hand on chain is Herman Eddy, educational director of the CIO; above him, A.A. Liveright; above A.A. Liveright in the window is J.D. Marlowe.
Box   25
No.   1226
Farmers Union workshop
Note: Work camp is sitting in on evening session, upper left with elbow on the chair is Bill Kornhauser and extreme right, TVA agricultural specialist.
Box   25
No.   1227-1228
Unidentified
Box   25
No.   1229
Farmers Union workshop
Box   25
No.   1230
Five African American men singing
Box   25
No.   1231
Two men working on the construction of a building at Highlander
Box   25
No.   1232
Workshop in Southern Alabama Farmers Union members
Note: Tom Ludwig, extreme right.
Box   25
No.   1233-1234
Unidentified - missing
Box   25
No.   1235
Farmers Union workshop at Southern Alabama
Note: Tom Ludwig, third from the right.
Box   25
No.   1236
Farmers Union members at the Fertilizer cooperative
Box   25
No.   1237
Unidentified
Box   25
No.   1238
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   25
No.   1239
CIO School at Highlander
Note: Second from the left, George Guernsey.
Box   25
No.   1240
Farmers Union field program
Box   25
No.   1241-1242
Farmers Union workshop at Highlander
Box   25
No.   1243
PAC workshop
Note: Left, Tim Hayskill, organizer; Smelter Workers organizer; Palmer Weber, National PAC official; Tom Ludwig, Lawrence, extreme left, Hobby Farmers Union member.
Box   25
No.   1244
Farmers Union session
Note: Third from the left, Bud Voight, National Educational office; extreme right, Lou Krainock.
Box   25
No.   1245
CIO Highlander
Box   25
No.   1246
Building the Farmers Union Fertilizer Co-op in South Alabama
Box   25
No.   1247
Session outside Highlander Library, Farmers Union School
Note: Myles Horton, extreme left; Tom Ludwig, squatting fourth from the left; Don Chapman, president Montana Farmers Union, standing extreme right; lower right, A.A. Liveright.
Box   25
No.   1248
National Farmers Union Convention in Denver where Zilphia Horton led singing
Note: Second from the left is Secretary of Agriculture Brannon, Jim Patton, Zilphia Horton.
Box   25
No.   1249
Alabama Farmers Union Meeting
Box   25
No.   1250
Alabama Farmers Union workshop
Box   26
No.   1251
Alabama Farmers Union Convention
Note: Second, Jim Patton.
Box   26
No.   1252
Alabama Farmers Union Convention
Box   26
No.   1253
Alabama Farmers Union Convention
Note: Aubrey Williams, left, talking to Jim Patton, center.
Box   26
No.   1254
Two men and a baby at a Farmers Union workshop, Alabama
Box   26
No.   1255
Alabama courthouse and convention
Box   26
No.   1256
Film Center filming, Highlander
Box   26
No.   1257
Amalgamated, Highlander
Box   26
No.   1258
Unidentified white family
Box   26
No.   1259
Farmers Union, Virginia, “Pie Supper,” 1948 October 29
Box   26
No.   1260
Farmers Union meeting at Highlander
Note: Audrey Williams, third from left.
Box   26
No.   1261
Virginia Farmers Union Co-op members
Box   26
No.   1262
Alabama Farmers Union
Note: Tom Ludwig at left.
Box   26
No.   1263
Highlander workshop
Box   26
No.   1264
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1265
Early student working Highlander garden
Box   26
No.   1266
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   26
No.   1267
CIO School, Highlander Library
Box   26
No.   1268
Farmers Union group at Highlander
Note: Bud Voight, third from the left; fourth, Tom Ludwig; on the right, Bill Kornhauser, Willemetz.
Box   26
No.   1269
Smelter Workers session
Note: Alton Lawrence, left; Paul Christopher.
Box   26
No.   1270
Farmers Union session at Highlander demonstrating fertilizer at TVA
Box   26
No.   1271
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1272
Farmers Union, Highlander
Box   26
No.   1273
Farmers Union School
Note: Jim Patton, left.
Box   26
No.   1274
Farmers Union members, Highlander workshop
Box   26
No.   1275
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1276
Alabama Farmers Union
Box   26
No.   1277
Gary Keene and Highlander neighbor
Box   26
No.   1278
Building Farmers Union Co-op in Southern Alabama
Box   26
No.   1279
Farmers Union dedication of new Co-op building, Abingdon, Virginia
Box   26
No.   1280-1281
Farm family sitting in wagon
Box   26
No.   1282
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1283
Farmer wearing overalls and straw hat
Box   26
No.   1284
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1285
Farmers Union meeting at Highlander
Box   26
No.   1286
CIO, Highlander
Box   26
No.   1287
Amalgamated, Highlander
Box   26
No.   1288-1290
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1291
Two men smoking cigars
Box   26
No.   1292
East Tennessee Farmers Union meeting
Box   26
No.   1293
Unidentified farmer with horse drawn plow
Box   26
No.   1294
Smelter Workers
Note: Alton Lawrence, left; Paul Christopher.
Missing.
Box   26
No.   1295
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1296
Farmers Union School at Highlander
Box   26
No.   1297
South Alabama Co-op
Box   26
No.   1298
Unidentified
Box   26
No.   1299
Loading bags of fertilizer, South Alabama Fertilizer Co-op
Box   26
No.   1300
Unidentified white women
Box   27
No.   1301
Farmers Union session at Highlander
Box   27
No.   1302
South Alabama Co-op
Box   27
No.   1303
South Alabama Farmers Union members
Note: J.D. Martin, extreme left.
Box   27
No.   1304
Unidentified
Box   27
No.   1305
Farmers Union workshop at Highlander
Box   27
No.   1306
Virginia Farmers Union family
Box   27
No.   1307
Unidentified
Box   27
No.   1308
Farmers Union, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1309
Farmers Union, Southern Alabama
Box   27
No.   1310
Farmers Union, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1311
Smelters Workers organizer and family
Box   27
No.   1312-1313
CIO School, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1314
Farmers Union School, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1315
Packinghouse workers, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1316
A.A. Liveright, CIO School, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1317
Farmers Union workshop at Highlander
Box   27
No.   1318-1319
Farmers Union, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1320
Unidentified
Box   27
No.   1321
Men reading paper outside store
Box   27
No.   1322
Highlander Film Center street scene
Box   27
No.   1323
Man refilling a tire
Box   27
No.   1324
Woman in pen with turkeys
Box   27
No.   1325
Man with two mules
Box   27
No.   1326
Portrait of a farmer
Box   27
No.   1327
Man inspecting milk cans
Box   27
No.   1328
Highlander Film Center, South Alabama
Box   27
No.   1329
South Alabama Co-op
Box   27
No.   1330
Film Center pictures of building of Co-op
Note: Fred Lasse, left.
Box   27
No.   1331
Unidentified
Box   27
No.   1332
Man dressed as old woman
Box   27
No.   1333
Working men walking past a building
Box   27
No.   1334
Unidentified
Box   27
No.   1335
J.D. Martin, South Alabama Farmers Union
Box   27
No.   1336
25th anniversary gathering
Box   27
No.   1337
Feeding milk to a calf
Box   27
No.   1338
J.D. Marlowe on left talking to South Alabama Farmers Union members
Box   27
No.   1339
Community building at Highlander
Box   27
No.   1340
Jim Patton
Box   27
No.   1341
African American family outdoors
Box   27
No.   1342
Old men reclining in chairs
Box   27
No.   1343
Fertilizer Co-op
Box   27
No.   1344
Centrala Farmers Co-op building
Box   27
No.   1345
Tractor plowing through tall plants
Box   27
No.   1346
Farmer with milk can in wheelbarrow
Box   27
No.   1347
Packinghouse workers, Highlander; Rosalie Woodman
Box   27
No.   1348
Farmers Union, Highlander
Box   27
No.   1349-1350
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1351
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1352
Three men talking around a bunk bed, Farmers Union term
Box   28
No.   1353
Audrey Williams
Box   28
No.   1354
Father and son picking tobacco, East Tennessee Farmers Union
Box   28
No.   1355
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1356
Third Farmers Union Session, 1948
Box   28
No.   1357
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1358
Portrait of Tom Bradley, Greeneville, Tennessee
Box   28
No.   1359
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   28
No.   1360
Myles Horton and Jean Cotton, Packinghouse Workers School, Highlander
Box   28
No.   1361
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1362
Co-op
Box   28
No.   1363
Greene County Farmers Union Milk Producers Co-op
Box   28
No.   1364
Southern Alabama Fertilizer Cooperative
Box   28
No.   1365
Greene County Farmers Union Milk Producers Co-op
Box   28
No.   1366
Farmers Union group at Highlander
Note: Top row, left to right: Tom Ludwig, Lois [unknown last name], Bud Voight, Ken Pullman, Zilphia Horton, Estelle Thompson. Bottom row, left to right: Catherine Winston, Louis [unknown last name] from Mississippi, Myles Horton, Ben Dahl.
Box   28
No.   1367-1369
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1370
Pat and Pam Perry visiting Highlander
Box   28
No.   1371
Alabama Farmers Union
Box   28
No.   1372
Jim Patton, Highlanders Farmers Union session at Gainsberry
Box   28
No.   1373
Myles Horton
Note: Missing.
Box   28
No.   1374
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   28
No.   1375
CIO School
Note: Paul Christopher in middle.
Box   28
No.   1376-1377
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1378
Al Co-op, Packinghouse research director, Packinghouse workshop at Highlander
Box   28
No.   1379
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   28
No.   1380
Alabama Farmers Union meeting
Box   28
No.   1381
Family reading the Union Farmer newspaper
Box   28
No.   1382-1383
Unidentified families sitting down to dinner
Box   28
No.   1384
Highlander kitchen scene
Box   28
No.   1385
Highlander neighbors
Box   28
No.   1386
Unidentified
Box   28
No.   1387
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   28
No.   1388
R.B. Stitzer, Chemical Engineering Department
Box   28
No.   1389
Farmers Union workshop, Ted Polwin leading discussion, blackboard
Box   28
No.   1390
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   28
No.   1391
“Negro Rehabilitation Clients, Tangipahoa Parish, Louisiana”
Box   28
No.   1392
Unidentified white children
Box   28
No.   1393
Completing Farmers Union Co-op in Southern Alabama
Box   28
No.   1394
Unidentified
Note: Missing.
Box   28
No.   1395
Community meeting, visitors, showing slides and speaking to community people
Box   28
No.   1396
Bannerman, right
Box   28
No.   1397
“Organization of a Rural Community,” Highlander Folk School
Box   28
No.   1398
Farmers Union family in neighboring county
Box   28
No.   1399
Farmers Union group at Highlander
Box   28
No.   1400
Farmers Union member in East Tennessee
Box   29
No.   1401
Man and boy in Oliver tractor
Box   29
No.   1402
Participants in School Integration workshop, Highlander
Box   29
No.   1403
Civil Rights workshop
Box   29
No.   1404
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1405
Civil rights group in front of Highlander Library
Note: Septima Clark, left.
Box   29
No.   1406
Civil rights group, Highlander Library
Box   29
No.   1407
Post integration workshop
Box   29
No.   1408-1409
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Box   29
No.   1410
[From] Left, Zilphia Horton, Myles Horton, Betty Shipherd, Henry Shipherd, Septima Clark
Box   29
No.   1411
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1412
Highlander Library
Note: Left to right-first, unknown individual; second, Paul Hagen from Garnet; right, Esau Jenkins.
Box   29
No.   1413
Highlander Library
Note: Paul Hagen, fourth from the left.
Box   29
No.   1414
Civil Rights workshop
Note: Septima Clark in center.
Box   29
No.   1415
Public School Integration workshop
Box   29
No.   1416
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1417
Extreme right, Dr. Fred Patterson
Box   29
No.   1418
Civil rights outside Highlander Library
Box   29
No.   1419
Civil rights
Note: Alice Cobb, staff member in late 1950s, right.
Box   29
No.   1420
Civil rights group
Box   29
No.   1421
College workshop at Highlander, 1959
Box   29
No.   1422
Unidentified-youth project at Highlander
Box   29
No.   1423
Public School integration workshop
Box   29
No.   1424
Civil Rights workshop
Note: Anne Braden, center, leading discussion.
Box   29
No.   1425
Civil Rights workshop
Box   29
No.   1426
Civil rights, Mrs. [Septima] Clark
Box   29
No.   1427
Unidentified group at Highlander
Box   29
No.   1428
Civil rights period
Box   29
No.   1429
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1430
Group playing softball at Highlander
Box   29
No.   1431
Civil rights group at Highlander
Box   29
No.   1432
Youth project
Box   29
No.   1433
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1434
Civil rights discussion at library
Box   29
No.   1435-1436
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1437
Civil rights meeting at Highlander
Note: Guy Carawan, front.
Box   29
No.   1438-1439
Scene at Highlander workshop
Box   29
No.   1440
Packinghouse workshop
Box   29
No.   1441-1442
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1443
United Nations workshop at Highlander
Box   29
No.   1444
Workshop, Highlander
Box   29
No.   1445
Unidentified
Box   29
No.   1446
Highlander workshop, voter registration
Box   29
No.   1447
Integration workshop, Highlander
Box   29
No.   1448
Staff meeting at Highlander
Box   29
No.   1449
Civil Rights workshop
Box   29
No.   1450
Unidentified group in front of Highlander main building
Note: Esau Jenkins, fifth from left.
Box   30
No.   1451
Highlander workshop in Tougaloo College of Mississippi
Note: Second from the left, top row, Buford Posey; third from left, unknown individual; fourth, Co-op Director of Mississippi. Bottom row, first person, unknown individual; second is individual who ran for Congress; Myles Horton; Bernice Robinson.
Box   30
No.   1452
San Padeo workshop
Note: From right to left: the director of the Mississippi Democratic Party, Lawrence Guyot; next to him is Bob Moses; next to him is Co-op Director.
Box   30
No.   1453
Head of NAACP of North Carolina
Box   30
No.   1454
Two people outside of Highlander Library
Box   30
No.   1455
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1456
Andrew Young, far left; Guy Carawan, far right
Box   30
No.   1457
Highlander workshop
Box   30
No.   1458
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1459
College workshop, Highlander
Note: Left is Anne Braden and Alice Cobb.
Box   30
No.   1460
Civil Rights workshop, Highlander
Box   30
No.   1461
Civil Rights workshop banquet, Highlander
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   30
No.   1462
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1463
Bill Thomas as leader of the Smelter Workers in Bessemer, Alabama
Note: Left to right is Henry Shipherd, Charles Gomillion, Myles Horton.
Box   30
No.   1464
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1465
Esau Jenkins on the left
Box   30
No.   1466
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1467-1468
Mr. L.A. Blackman
Note: From Elloree, South Carolina, leader of the NAACP stood up to the Klan.
Box   30
No.   1469
Civil Rights workshop
Box   30
No.   1470
Civil rights group
Box   30
No.   1471
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1472
Civil rights group
Box   30
No.   1473-1474
Civil rights group at lake
Box   30
No.   1475
Civil Rights workshop
Note: Septima Clark on the left, in front of Charles.
Box   30
No.   1476
Arkapece Stevens
Note: Highlander board member from Chattanooga who alerted the NAACP about the case of Scottsboro.
Box   30
No.   1477
Post Integration workshop, Highlander
Box   30
No.   1478-1479
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1480
Herman Long at Fisk leading a discussion at the College workshop, Highlander, 1956
Box   30
No.   1481
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1482
Bernice Robinson, center; Mr. L.A. Blackman, extreme left
Box   30
No.   1483
Highlander Library
Box   30
No.   1484
Henry Shipherd integration workshop
Box   30
No.   1485-1485A
CIO Smelter Workers
Box   30
No.   1486
Group discussion integration period
Box   30
No.   1487
Students from the Clinton High School, Clinton, Tennessee
Note: First to integrate with Highlander in vacation.
Box   30
No.   1488
Mr. L.A. Blackman
Box   30
No.   1489
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1490
Myles Horton at state Packinghouse educational workshops
Box   30
No.   1491
Jim Patton, National Farmers Union
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   30
No.   1492
Urban League meeting at Highlander, Myles Horton and Grace Hamilton
Box   30
No.   1493
Myles Horton, Highlander lake
Box   30
No.   1494
Zilphia Horton leading singing at the Denver Farmers Union convention
Box   30
No.   1495
Square dancing at Highlander
Note: Middle, Myles Horton; right, Zilphia Horton.
Box   30
No.   1496
Unidentified
Box   30
No.   1497
Rubber workers educational conference in Gadstone, Alabama
Note: Fifth from left in front row, Zilphia Horton; sixth from left, Mr. Lewis, the educational director for the Rubber Workers Union.
Box   30
No.   1498
Zilphia Horton
Use Restrictions: Center for Creative Photography (CCP) holds copyright.
Note: Image by Edward Weston.
Box   30
No.   1499
Joe Glazier singing
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   30
No.   1500
Farmers Union
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   31
No.   1501
Early union picture of Highlander
Note: Zilphia Horton, fifth from the left.
Box   31
No.   1502
Paul Christopher, Zilphia Horton, Highlander
Box   31
No.   1503
Zilphia Horton leading singing at Highlander
Box   31
No.   1504
Zilphia Horton leading singing at Highlander
Note: Probably Food, Tobacco, Agriculture Workers workshop.
Box   31
No.   1505
Zilphia Horton playing her accordion
Box   31
No.   1506
First textile workers organizing convention, Philadelphia
Note: Cole Dandenburg, left; his wife; Zilphia Horton; Myles Horton.
Box   31
No.   1507
Zilphia Horton teaching use of projector, Highlander workshop
Box   31
No.   1508
Zilphia Horton leading singing at Highlander workshop
Box   31
No.   1509
Zilphia Horton working with students at CIO workshop
Box   31
No.   1510
Zilphia Horton greeting a CIO student
Box   31
No.   1511
Highlander integration workshop
Note: Myles Horton, Mrs. Roosevelt, and Jim Stokely, writer from Newport, Tennessee.
Box   31
No.   1512
Staff meeting at Highlander Center in Knoxville
Note: Left to right, Aimee Horton, Myles Horton, Conrad Browne, Ora Browne.
Box   31
No.   1513
Aimee Horton, Esau Jenkins, Inga McAdoo, Lois Krapf, Bernice Robinson
Use Restrictions: Thompson Commercial Photographers holds copyright.
Box   31
No.   1514
Unidentified
Box   31
No.   1515
Aimee Horton and Inga McAdoo
Use Restrictions: Thorsten Horton holds copyright.
Box   31
No.   1516
Myles Horton at Citizenship School, Sea Island
Box   31
No.   1517
Hosiery discussion groups at Highlander
Box   31
No.   1518
Mine, Mill and Smelter Workers workshop at Highlander
Note: Will Thomas, workers, and Myles Horton.
Box   31
No.   1519
Unidentified
Box   31
No.   1520
J.C. McAmis (Mac) lecturing on organic food at Highlander
Box   31
No.   1521
Civil rights period
Use Restrictions: Thompson Commercial Photographers holds copyright.
Note: Charles Jones, Myles Horton, Cordell Reagon.
Box   31
No.   1522
Farmers Union School, Highlander
Note: Left middle, Myles Horton, Jim Patton.
Box   31
No.   1523
Unidentified
Box   31
No.   1524
Highlander Chautauqua route
Note: Route that went to North Carolina and other places during the 1940s; this is Hendersonville, North Carolina.
Box   31
No.   1525
Small group meeting at Highlander
Note: From left to right: J.C. McAmis, TVA; Myles Horton; Mr. H.N. Hatley, Tennessee Farmers Union; Lee Fryer, Secretary-Treasurer for the National Farmers Union.
Box   31
No.   1526
Unidentified
Box   31
No.   1527
Packinghouse workers, unknown location
Box   31
No.   1528
Horton house
Note: Myles Horton left; B.R. Brazeal, Unitarian Minister, Nashville; Lewis Sinclair, TA economist-board member-board meeting.
Box   31
No.   1529-1530
Unidentified
Box   31
No.   1531
Mississippi civil rights period
Note: Bill Heggs, left; next, unknown individual; next is the fellow who ran for Congress Democratic Party; [photo] taken by Myles Horton- meeting is probably the Delta Ministry.
Box   31
No.   1532
Rubber workers, Highlander
Box   31
No.   1533
Automobile workers at Highlander
Note: Myles Horton, second from right.
Box   31
No.   1534
Seated group observes Myles Horton making notes
Box   31
No.   1535
Farmers Union, Highlander
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   31
No.   1536
Amalgamated, Highlander
Box   31
No.   1537
Don Chapman, president of the Montana Farmers Union at Highlander Farmers Union School
Note: Tom Ludwig on right.
Box   31
No.   1538
Myles Horton front yard, Highlander
Box   31
No.   1539
Myles Horton with man smoking cigar, civil rights period, Delta Ministry, Mississippi
Box   31
No.   1540
Window broken by Klan in Highlander, relocated in Knoxville, 1961
Box   31
No.   1541
Unidentified
Box   31
No.   1542
Early Highlander front yard scene
Box   31
No.   1543
Ford Automobile Union meeting, 1944
Box   31
No.   1544
Charleston civil rights mass meeting, Myles Horton speaking
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Box   31
No.   1545
George Baldanzi (TWUA), Paul Christopher (Tennessee CIO), and others
Use Restrictions: Emil Willimetz holds copyright.
Box   31
No.   1546
Highlander lake Children's camp run by Conrad Browne
Use Restrictions: Ida Berman holds copyright.
Note: Browne is fourth from the left; fifth from the left is Browne's daughter.
Box   31
No.   1547
Highlander visitors
Box   31
No.   1548
Back yard near Highlander
Note: Left to right: Charis Horton, May Justus, Thorsten Horton.
Box   31
No.   1549
Youth project
Note: Charro [unknown last name], Charis Horton.
Box   31
No.   1550
Myles Horton resting beneath the national Capitol
Note: Photograph taken during a demonstration around the capitol during the Poor People's Campaign. Myles Horton took a nap and it was titled “Myles in Action.”
Box   31
No.   1551
Highlander Folk School main building, early period
Note: From left to right: Delmus Horton, brother of Myles Horton; Malcom Chisholm, killed in Spanish Civil War; John Layton, killed in International Brigade, Spanish Civil War; Dorothy Thompson; Rupert Hampton; Pearl Horton, Myles Horton's sister.
Box   31
No.   1552
Log house where Hortons lived [in the] early days of Highlander, Catherine Winston
Box   31
No.   1553
Early WPA workshop at Highlander
Note: Ed Horton, left.
Box   31
No.   1554
Dan Powell in center
Note: Retired Southern Union Leader.
Box   31
No.   1555
Thorsten and Myles Horton
Box   31
No.   1556
Children of the Wilder strikers
Note: J.D. Marlowe, fifth from right.
Box   31
No.   1557
Dad and Mom Horton, Highlander front yard
Box   31
No.   1558
J.D. Marlowe fishing in Highlander lake
Box   31
No.   1559
View from Horton window
Box   31
No.   1560
Main building
Box   31
No.   1561
Elia Kazan directing Wild River statistics by people from Highlander where film was being made
Box   31
No.   1562
Highlander staff picture
Note: Tom Ludwig, Myles Horton, Cathy Winston, Zilphia Horton.
Box   31
No.   1563
Early Highlander picture
Note: Leon Wilson, left; Highlander staff; Myles Horton; Charis Horton in front; Zilphia Horton and Carolyn Stinklestine, all staff.
Box   31
No.   1564
Group at Highlander
Note: Left is Bill Elkuss, standing next to him, a professor from Fisk; Dad Horton; Pat Parry, standing, bottom row.
Box   31
No.   1565
Charis and Myles Horton, Horton house
Box   33
Folder   1-19
Unidentified
Proofs and Negatives
Box   32
Unidentified
Audio
Sound Archive  
Tapes identifying individuals and context of images created by Myles Horton
Physical Description: 5 cassette tapes 
Note: First tape Horton recorded is missing.
Box   34
Drawings
Scope and Content Note: 1 photocopy of a drawing by Bill Myers and 4 woodcuts (anonymous).