Oral Histories: Unidentified African American Woman
Wearing White Gloves (1966:0039:0003), ca. 1855.George Eastman House
Vital Records: Percival Bryan proudly holds a baby
(PH2004.7043.189), 1951. Anacostia Community Museum.
Image 1. Courtesy of Cheryl McLean.
Image 2. Grave of Squire Boone and wife Sarah, Joppa Cemetery, Davie
County, NC. Edwards, Arthur J. P. Negative number: N.70-7-78. State
Archives of North Carolina.
Census Records: "Front porch, Western North Carolina
family." (“Aunt Addie”and “Brother William and Stanley
and his children” written on back). Courtesy of the Hilary Perez
Family Photograph collection.
North Carolina County and State Records:
Image 1. Harris family poses at Fourth of July event in New York City
(PH2003.7078.20), 1947. Anacostia Community Museum.
Image 2. Detail from Family of Robert Henry and Sarah A. Windsor Cook
(seated), ca. 1903. Courtesy of Kay Tillotson.
NC Map Collections: Two photographs courtesy of the
Sweeney Family Collection, Wilmington, NC.
Periodicals and Newspapers: [Seated girl and boy
holding hat], (Ha01305). Harper, Alvan S., 1847-1911. State Library and
Archives of Florida.
Military Records: Photograph courtesy of Kay
Immigration and Migration: Photograph courtesy of Kay
DNA and Genetics: Lee and Renee Harris pose on Easter
morning in New York City (PH 2003.7078.053), 1946. Anacostia Community
Image 1. Photograph courtesy of the Sweeney Family Collection, Wilmington,
Image 2. "Family Potluck, Western North Carolina." Courtesy of the Hilary
Perez Family Photograph collection.
Image 1. Photograph of drawing courtesy of the A. T. Olive family
Image 2. Detail from "1260075. Church service in the Negro church,
Woodville, Greene County, Georgia, October 1941. Delano, Jack --
Photographer. October 1941." The New York Public Library. Schomburg Center
for Research in Black Culture. Photographs and Prints Division.
Image 3. Photograph from "Choosing to Remember: From the Shoah to the
Mountains," University of North Carolina at Asheville.
Family History for Kids:
1. Photograph courtesy of the Sweeney Family Collection, Wilmington,
2. Photograph from "Sir Archie: An Equine Superstar," North Carolina
Miscellany blog, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Miscellaneous: "Addie Matheson Lackey, her son Arthur
'Buck' Lackey, his wife Beatrice Jolley Lackey and their son Franklin
Lackey," early 1950s. Hiddenite, Alexander County, NC.Courtesy of the
Hilary Perez Family Photograph collection.