Patrick emerged as a central figure in the fight against racism in Pittsburgh, PA during the height of the civil rights struggle in America.
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- Documenting Our Past: The Teenie Harris Archive Project (Carnegie Museum of Art)
- Men and women including Harold Hayes second from left, C. DeLores Tucker, Secretary of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, with Duane Darkins and Reverend LeRoy Patrick, on right, at an NAACP Women's Auxiliary event at the William Pitt Union (Black-and-white photographs)
- Protesters, including Reverend Donald McIlvane, Reverend LeRoy Patrick, and Bishop Charles Foggie, marching in front of North Avenue Savings and Loan, street no. 812, Rittle Rosfeld Co. and Schwinn Bicycle (Black-and-white photographs)
- Ralph Abernathy standing at podium in Soldiers and Sailors Memorial Hall with Rev. LeRoy Patrick in background (Black-and-white photographs)