Jim Peppler Southern courier photograph collection
James H. "Jim" Peppler, a native of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was a staff photographer of the weekly paper, The Southern Courier, from May 1965 to mid-1968. During his three years working for the Southern Courier, Mr. Peppler took over 11,000 photographs documenting the civil rights movement, social conditions in central Alabama, the nightclub Laicos in Montgomery, and the funeral of Martin Luther King, Jr.
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Date of Original
Selma-Montgomery Rights March, 1965
African Americans--Civil rights--Alabama
African American civil rights workers--Alabama
Civil rights workers--Alabama
Civil rights movements--Alabama
Alabama--Race relations--History--20th century
United States, Alabama, Montgomery County, 32.22026, -86.20761
United States, Alabama, Montgomery County, Montgomery, 32.36681, -86.29997
United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.749, -84.38798
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Alabama. Department of Archives and History