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|Title:||Group of people in line in front of a table in a small wooden church building in Lowndes County, Alabama.|
A man standing behind the table is counting money. An electric cord hanging from the ceiling is connected to an electric coffee urn on the table. The image is very dark. This image was taken for (but not used in) the photo spread "Black Panther Stalks Lowndes Victory," which appeared on page 3 of The Southern Courier for November 5-6, 1966. The issue is available online (not on the ADAH website): http://www.southerncourier.org/low-res/Vol2_No45_1966_11_05.pdf
Local identification number: Q20842
|Types:||Black-and-white photographs | Negatives (Photographic) | StillImage|
|Subjects:||African American civil rights workers--Alabama--Lowndes County | African Americans--Alabama--Lowndes County--Politics and government | African Americans--Civil rights--Alabama--Lowndes County | Lowndes County (Ala.) | United States, Alabama, 32.318231, -86.902298|
|Collection:||Jim Peppler Southern Courier Photograph Collection|
|Institution:||Alabama Department of Archives and History|
|Contributors:||Alabama. Department of Archives and History|
Peppler, James, Jim Peppler Southern Courier photograph collection, Box Notebook 2, Alabama Dept. of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama.
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