Subject contains African Americans
- "Biography and achievements of the colored citizens of Chattanooga"
Randolph Miller Photograph of Randolph Miller, former slave who started and edited the African-American newspaper the Chattanooga Blade from 1898-1914. He came to Chattanooga around 1864 and worked for Adolph Ochs as pressman on the Chattanooga Times. He organized a successful boycott of public transportation in 1905 in Chattanooga in response to segregation laws.
Charles Brooks Photograph of Charles Brooks, known as "Uncle" Brooks, He was born January 13, 1872 in Tennessee. Charles brought news of the African American population to the Times newspaper staff. He died January 14, 1932 in Memphis, Shelby county, Tennessee.
- Man standing near damaged automobile window
- Howard High School baseball players
- Young baseball player
- Vandalism of home
- Man signing paper outside First Congregational Church
- Woman and girl on the porch
Eight women of an auxiliary One of the women is wearing a DAV hat.
- Two women
- Three women at a table, one signs a paper
- Three young women
- Man with a mustache
- Freedom Shrine presentation
- Freedom Shrine presentation to Howard High School
- High school or elementary school performers
Meeting Twelve people behind the desk including African American men and one woman.
- Children in classroom
Young child receives treatment at clinic or doctor's office Original damaged.
- Portrait of three children
Young children at school or day care A group of young African American children seated for a group picture with and adult standing behind them. Picture possible taken at a school or day care.
Group of young children at the Chattanooga Shoe Store Three adults and a group of young African American children stand outside the entrance of the Chattanooga Shoe Store with packages. The shoe store was located at 820 Market street.
Porters? with hat cleaning kit and shoe shine Two men, one cleaning a hat; the other shining a shoe.
- Woman serving coffee