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|Title:||Norman Lumpkin speaking to an audience in a small wooden church building in Prattville, Alabama.|
Local identification number: Q23273
Sallie M. Hadnott, a local civil rights activist, is seated to the left of the podium. Lumpkin was a news editor and reporter for WRMA, an African American radio station in Montgomery, Alabama.
|Types:||Black-and-white photographs | StillImage | Negatives (Photographic)|
|Subjects:||Hadnott, Sallie Mae, 1920-1991 | Lumpkin, Norman | African American journalists--Alabama | African American civil rights workers--Alabama--Prattville | Civil rights movements--Alabama--Prattville | African American churches--Alabama--Prattville | Wooden churches--Alabama--Prattville | Prattville (Ala.) | Autauga County (Ala.)|
|Collection:||Jim Peppler Southern Courier Photograph Collection|
|Institution:||Alabama Department of Archives and History|
|Contributors:||Alabama. Dept. of Archives and History|
|Online Publisher:||Montgomery, Ala. : Alabama Dept. of Archives and History | 2009|
Peppler, James, Jim Peppler Southern Courier photograph collection, Box Notebook 2, Alabama Dept. of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama.
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Forms part of the online collection: Jim Peppler Southern Courier Photograph Collection
|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digital.archives.alabama.gov/cdm/ref/collection/peppler/id/7776|