Civil rights worker in Philadelphia, PA during the 1960s.
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- Documenting Our Past: The Teenie Harris Archive Project (Carnegie Museum of Art)
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at a press conference at the University of Pittsburgh with Charles Harris seated to the left of Dr. King, and Matthew Moore and Byrd Brown on right (Black-and-white photographs)
- Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., shaking hands with man, possibly Jim McCoy, with Mike Desmond on his right, surrounded by men and women, including Charles Harris and Matt Moore (Black-and-white photographs)
- Group of protesters with signs reading "Down with Tokenism," "We protest discriminatory seniority units at US Steel" and "McKeesport UNPC," in front of Union Trust building, including James McCoy, Matthew Moore, Sr., Vince Matthews, Dr. Charles Greenlee, Rev. Donald McIlvaine, Charles Kendall, Charles Michaels, Mike Desmond, and Byrd Brown (Black-and-white photographs)
- Matthew Moore and woman from Baptist Ministers Conference and UNPC protesting unfair employment practices on Sixth Avenue, Downtown (Black-and-white photographs)
- Woman and Matthew Moore, Sr. standing on stairs of church with six flags inscribed "National," "Association," "For Advancement of," "Colored," "People," "1959" (Black-and-white photographs)