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Nice Tenants Rights photos

A few nice Tenants Rights images I found:

Image from page 132 of “The Survey April-September 1918” (1918)
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Identifier: surveyaprsep1918surv
Title: The Survey April-September 1918
Year: 1918 (1910s)
Authors: Survey Associates Charity Organization Society of the City of New York
Subjects: Charities Social problems
Publisher: [East Stroudsburg, Pa., Survey Associates]
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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n increase of amovement that has slowly been in progress for more than ageneration leads naturally to a full discussion of the causesfor this mass movement. The forces producing such an effectmust be deep-seated and fundamental. A study of the problem of migration to both northern andsouthern centers as it stood in 1912 and 1913 developed thethesis that the Negro is in the general population stream, andthat, wherever similar causes operate under conditions similarto those moving the white population, the Negro, like theCaucasian, is coming to the city to stay. The divorce of theNegro from the soil and the call of commercial and industrialcenters were the economic influences moving him, then, asthey were moving his white fellow citizens. To these eco-nomic forces were added social and individual causes, such asthe strained relations of landlords and tenants on southernplantations; Jim Crow legislation and other restrictions of THE SURVEY J OR MAY 4, igi 117 Vtmitesy Xewaik Evening News

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THESE ARE THEY WITH HOPE IN THEIR HEARTS The boll weevil caused this southern colored family to lose their cotton crop in Florida and they came North chiefly, they say, to give their children better schooling. The picture was taken shortly after their arrival in Nczvark, N. J. the rights and privileges of persons of color. Influences suchas the coming of labor agents, going North to join relatives,receipt of letters from those who had gone, visits from friendsand relatives who had previously migrated North were notedas moving causes.1 The dramatic movement to northern in-dustrial and commercial centers during the past two yearshas shown the effects of such forces and restrictions as thosementioned. The whites have moved North in large numbers during thesame time. Some of the causes moving the Negroes they havenot felt; others they have. Their movement cannot now beeasily traced, but the nativity figures of the next census maybring some interesting facts to light. Observation and infor

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Two boys eating watermelon next to a sign advertising Red Seal beer
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Two boys eating watermelon next to a sign advertising Red Seal beer

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f21f1p800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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Shkreli Repeatedly Invokes 5th Amendment at Hearing

Martin Shkreli, former CEO of Turing Pharmaceuticals, declined to answer questions Thursday before a House committee probing escalating drug costs. Shkreli repeatedly exercised his Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination, which led to his dismissal from the hearing. Photo AP

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Image from page 30 of “Through the magic door” (1920)

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Image from page 30 of “Through the magic door” (1920)
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Identifier: throughmagicdoor00doyluoft
Title: Through the magic door
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Doyle, Arthur Conan, Sir, 1859-1930
Subjects: Books and reading
Publisher: London Murray
Contributing Library: Robarts – University of Toronto
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that would not i4 THROUGH THE MAGIC DOOR go. If he rambled into any fashionablecoffee-house, he became a mark for theinsolent derision of fops, and the gravewaggery of Templars. Enraged and morti-fied, he soon returned to his mansion, andthere, in the homage of his tenants and theconversation of his boon companions, foundconsolation for the vexations and humiliationswhich he had undergone. There he wasonce more a great man, and saw nothingabove himself except when at the assizes hetook his seat on the bench near the Judge, orwhen at the muster of the militia he salutedthe Lord Lieutenant. On the whole, I should put this detachedchapter of description at the very head of hisEssays, though it happens to occur in anothervolume. The History as a whole does not, asit seems to me, reach the same level as theshorter articles. One cannot but feel that itis a brilliant piece of special pleading from afervid Whig, and that there must be more tobe said for the other side than is there set forth.

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THOMAS BABIXGTON, BARON MACALI.AV. From the /ninthly by Sir Francis Grant, /./…!. THROUGH THE MAGIC DOOR 15 Some of the Essays are tinged also, no doubt,by his own political and religious limitations.The best are those which get right awayinto the broad fields of literature and philo-sophy. Johnson, Walpole, Madame DArblay,Addison, and the two great Indian ones, Cliveand Warren Hastings, are my own favourites.Frederick the Great, too, must surely standin the first rank. Only one would I wish toeliminate. It is the diabolically clever criti-cism upon Montgomery. One would havewished to think that Macaulays heart wastoo kind, and his soul too gentle, to pen sobitter an attack. Bad work will sink of itsown weight. It is not necessary to sousethe author as well. One would think morehighly of the man if he had not done thatsavage bit of work. I dont know why talking of Macaulayalways makes me think of Scott, whose books,in a faded, olive-backed line, have a shelf,you see, of their own. P

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Image taken from page 299 of ‘The Wilderness and its Tenants: a series of geographical and other essays illustrative of life in a wild country, etc’
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Title: "The Wilderness and its Tenants: a series of geographical and other essays illustrative of life in a wild country, etc"
Author: MADDEN, John – Traveller
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 10006.f.19."
Volume: 03
Page: 299
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1897
Publisher: Simpkin & Marshall
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 002335513

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The New Tenants
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Image by BevKnits
Blue Birds moving in

This bird house was on the tree right behind this pole that you can see in this picture but the tree broke in half :o(

It was on the ground in a previous picture this spring with a ladybug on it. Click here to see that picture: Bird House from Cedar

I had this pole installed last fall and just the other day I asked my hubby to please re-install the bird house. I thought maybe the birds wouldn’t use it this year but I still wanted to get it back up.

He barely left the area after re-installing it and the birds were fighting over who gets the house!!

Pretty birds.

Young Black girls pick cotton into long sacks

A few nice Tenants Rights images I found:

Young Black girls pick cotton into long sacks
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Young Black girls pick cotton into long sacks

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f8dp800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

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STFU members at an outdoor meeting
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: STFU members at an outdoor meeting

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f21k2p700g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

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Middle room
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Image by brixton
Facing into the middle room from my bedroom. The beautiful industrial sewing machine was left by a previous tenant and sold for a quick buck. The red curtain hides a storage closet. The The door to the right goes into the hallway, and another door (not pictured) goes into a walk-in closet. The door to the left goes to the kitchen.

Finally getting around to posting pictures of my apartment now that I’m leaving it in 5 days.

Tenant Abandonment

Tenant abandonment refers to surrendering of legal rights to tenancy by the tenant. In simple words, it is the act of sudden and unduly long disappearance of the tenant without providing any information to the landlord. The most difficult aspect for the landlord is to determine if the tenant has indeed abandoned his property or is just out on long official tour or vacation or has to attend some emergency situation which has kept him away from his rented premises for a sufficiently long period for the landlord to get worried. As per law, abandonment has to be proved beyond doubt and backed up by strong and decisive evidence. The ambiguity related to tenant abandonment is that the landlord may face a case of illegal eviction if indeed the landlord has mistaken the prolonged period of absence of the tenant for abandonment. The landlord should be even more careful in situations when he is somehow able to establish that the tenant has left his personal belongings behind.

When a landlord is faced with such long periods of his tenant going missing, his first objective should be to establish whether the tenant has indeed abandoned the property or it is just a period of prolonged absence of the tenant. A few pointers should help the landlord draw an inference. These include:

• Whether the tenant has stopped paying rent?
• Whether the neighbours saw him move out or did he leave a message with the neighbours?
• Whether his friends or colleagues have any knowledge of his whereabouts?
• Has the tenant requested for a change of address at the Post office?

In case the landlord is not fully convinced that his tenant has abandoned the property, it is safer and wise for the landlord to give a written notice to the tenant expressing doubt that tenant has abandoned the property. This notice should necessarily include a termination date. It becomes much easier for the landlord to press his claim for eviction through a legal proceeding in cases where the tenant fails to reply to the notice. In most cases, the reply to the notice actually confirms whether the tenant has actually abandoned the property or not.

Each and every state has its own law to handle tenant abandonment. As a responsible and law abiding landlord, you must study and understand the laws related to tenant abandonment. This would mean reviewing the landlord-tenant rules applicable to your state. More importantly, you may include suitable provisions related to period of absence in the rent agreement to remove any ambiguity related to tenant abandonment.

The advantages that accrue to the landlord is case of an assumed abandonment is that they are able to quickly re-let the property and hence stop the financial losses being faced by them. However, when in doubt it is best advisable to send a notice or seek expert legal advice on abandonment from an attorney to avoid any legal claims later. This is because no circumstances can force the landlord to deny the right to access to the rented property to the tenant.

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In a civil, case can I assert my Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate myself?

In a civil, case can I assert my Fifth Amendment right not to incriminate myself?

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BY A LAW PROFESSOR AND A VETERAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER

“NO PERSON…SHALL BE COMPELLED IN ANY CRIMINAL CASE TO BE A WITNESS AGAINST HIMSELF.:–FROM THE FIFTH AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION.

WITH THE PROBABILITY OF YOU BEING STOPPED AT A CHECK POINT BECOMING NOW ALMOST A CERTAINTY AS THE PANDEMIC, FORCED INOCULATIONS, QUARANTINE, AND MARTIAL LAW FEVER DEVELOPS WITH 379,000 TROOPS POISED TO IMPOSE MARTIAL LAW, WHAT WILL YOU SAY WHEN YOU COME AROUND THE CORNER AND THERE IN FRONT OF YOU IS A ROAD BLOCK MANNED BY LAW ENFORCEMENT AND MILITARY, PERPHAPS FOREIGN TROOPS–WITH A LITTLE BARBED WIRE ENCLOSURE NEXT TO IT AS A HOLDING PEN, AND A SMALL GUARD TOWER–JUST AS 150,000 NATIONAL GUARD WERE SENT TO TRAIN IN FT. CAMPBELL, KENTUCKY RIGHT AFTER 9-11 TO DO–TO OPERATE CHECKPOINTS.

HERE IS YOUR CHANCE TO HEAR A BRILLIANT LAW PROFESSOR, WHO WAS A CRIMINAL DEFENSE ATTORNEY, GIVE YOU EVERY DIMENSION OF EVERY REASON WHY YOU SHOULD NEVER, EVER SPEAK TO THE POLICE, EVEN IF YOU ARE COMPLETELY INNOCENT, HAVE AN EXCELLENT ALIBI, AND THINK YOU HAVE NOTHING TO LOSE BY TALKING. THE TACTICS AND TRICKS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT, USED TO ENTRAP EVEN THE INNOCENT, ARE EXPOSED IN BRILLIANT FASHION HERE IN THIS DVD BY THE LAW PROFESSOR AND A LONG-TIME LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER.

IT IS SIMPLY THE MOST BRILLIANT DEFENSE OF THE FIFTH AMENDMENT WE HAVE SEEN. THE BRILLIANT LAW PROFESSOR AT THE OUTSET DECLARES THAT HE IS NOW GOING TO DO WHAT HE HAS WANTED TO DO FOR SOME TIME, “TO STAND UP AND PROUDLY SAY, GOD BLESS AMERICA, GOD BLESS THE BILL OF RIGHTS, AND THANK GOD FOR THE FIFTH AMENDMENT! I’M NOT ASHAMED TO SAY I AM PROUD OF THE FIFTH AMENDMENT, AND I’M PROUD TO ADMIT ON CAMERA AND ON THE INTERNET THAT I WILL NEVER TALK TO ANY POLICE OFFICER UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES!” AT THAT POINT THE LAW PROFESSOR TURNED TO THE VETERAN LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER, WHI IS NOW IN HIS THIRD YEAR OF LAW SCHOOL, AND SAID, “WITH ALL DUE RESPECT, SIR!”
THE PRESENTATION IS FANTASTIC, WITH THE BRILLIANT AND WITTY LAW PROFESSOR QUOTING FROM JUSTICE ROBERT JACKSON, A PROSECUTOR’S PROSECUTOR, WHO SERVED AS GENERAL COUNSEL, FOR THE BUREAU OF INTERNAL REVENUE(1934-1935), SPECIAL COUNSEL, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY(1935-1938), SPECIAL COUNSEL, SECURITIES AND EXCHANGE COMMISSION(1930-1935), ASSISSTANT U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL, TAX DIVISION(1936-1938), SOLICITOR GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES(1938-1939), ATTORNEY GENERAL OF THE UNITED STATES(1940-1941), AND CHIEF U.S. PROSECUTOR, NUREMBERG TRIALS(1945-1946), SAID YEARS LATER AS JUSTICE OF THE SUPREME COURT:
“ANY LAWYER WORTH HIS SALT WILL TELL THE SUSPECT IN NO CERTAIN TERMS TO MAKE NO STETEMENT TO THE POLICE UNDER ANY CIRCUMSTANCES.”–WATTS V. INDIANA, 338 U.S. 49.59(1949).
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Icy Jewel Lawrence, Snowbank Lawrence Kimbrell,and Lucille Kimbrell singing at an outdoor STFU meeting

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Icy Jewel Lawrence, Snowbank Lawrence Kimbrell,and Lucille Kimbrell singing at an outdoor STFU meeting
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Icy Jewel Lawrence, Snowbank Lawrence Kimbrell,and Lucille Kimbrell singing at an outdoor STFU meeting

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f21ap800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

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Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

Tags: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives,Cornell University Library,Children, Meetings, Women, African Americans, Farm Workers,

Woman at Delta Cooperative. From image verso” “The wires are up at Dyess [Colony], but not working yet.” “We’ll have electric lights”
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Woman at Delta Cooperative. From image verso" "The wires are up at Dyess [Colony], but not working yet." "We’ll have electric lights"

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f3ap800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

Notes:

Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

Tags: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives,Cornell University Library,Farm Workers, Living Conditions

Woman holding a baby on a porch
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Woman holding a baby on a porch

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f33bc800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

Notes:

Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

Tags: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives,Cornell University Library,Children, Women, Farm Workers,

Section 8 Landlord Guide on How to Manage Your Tenants Easily

If you own rental properties in the United States, then find out if becoming a Section 8 landlord is right now and learn how to effectively manage your tenants who are part of this rent subsidy program.

Also known as the Housing Choice Voucher Program, Section 8 is a government subsidy program started in 1974 to help make housing payments more affordable for people with low income. Program participants typically pay around 30 to 40 percent of their monthly income towards the rent and the housing voucher will pay for the rest.

What are the Steps You Need to Take to Become a Section 8 Landlord?

To kick thing off, you will screen a potential section 8 tenant just like you would handle any other tenant. Do realise that you are not obligated to rent to the prospective tenant just because they are on Section 8.

Once you have decided that the tenant is suitable, you should contact the Section 8 office in your area. They must then make sure that your rental property meets their housing standard and requirements.

The outside of the building will be inspected, as well as the plumbing and heating systems. Each room will be checked for its safety, cleanliness and condition. The inspector will use a standard checklist to carry out his inspection.

The Section 8 office will also have to verify that you are renting the home for a reasonable amount comparable to similar homes in the area. The tenant’s income will be evaluated to make sure he or she is able to afford your rent payments.

Once all these steps are completed, you are ready to sign the contract with the Section 8 office. You’ll also need to sign a lease agreement with the tenant. After the tenant moves in, the Section 8 office will send you a check monthly for its share of the rental payment. You will be responsible for collecting the remaining amount from the tenant directly.

Your property must be re-inspected each year to stay in the program. If the property does not meet Section 8 office criteria at the time of the re-inspection, repairs must be made in the allotted time frame. Otherwise you will be dropped from program and your Section 8 payments will stop.

Other Important Things You Must Know about Being a Section 8 Landlord

As a Section 8 landlord, there are some things you can decide at your discretion, just like how you will handle any other non Section 8 tenant.

For example, you are not required to accept pets on the property, unless the pet is a service animal for a disabled person. If a Section 8 tenant fails to pay his/her portion of the rent or causes other problems, you can have the tenant evicted just like any other tenant.

However, there are some restrictions on things you can do as a Section 8 landlord. For example, you cannot rent month-to-month to a Section 8 tenant because your initial lease has to be a fixed term tenancy of 1 year.

You may also collect a security deposit, but it cannot exceed the cost of 1 month’s rent. Finally you can increase the rent after 1 year, but it may not rise above what the Section 8 office considers to be fair and reasonable for properties similar to yours in the surrounding area.

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Cool Tenants Rights images

A few nice Tenants Rights images I found:

From the image verso: “The Chamber of Commerce of Wynne, Arkansas, welcomed us in August 1982 with a sign celebrating the contemporary world. Our 1937 billboard Delta planter had disappeared though the company he advertised was going strong. On the site o
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: From the image verso: "The Chamber of Commerce of Wynne, Arkansas, welcomed us in August 1982 with a sign celebrating the contemporary world. Our 1937 billboard Delta planter had disappeared though the company he advertised was going strong. On the site of the Block mansion stood a men’s clothing store. The houses of the Lawrences and their neighbors had vanished without a trace."

Date: 1982

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f45e3p800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

Notes: Duplicates available

Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

Tags: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives,Cornell University Library,Advertising

Girl walking with a dog in front of a house at Delta Cooperative
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Girl walking with a dog in front of a house at Delta Cooperative

Date: 1937

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f30pc800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

Repository: The Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives in the ILR School at Cornell University is the Catherwood Library unit that collects, preserves, and makes accessible special collections documenting the history of the workplace and labor relations. www.ilr.cornell.edu/library/kheel

Notes:

Copyright: The copyright status of this image is unknown. It may also be subject to third party rights of privacy or publicity. Images are being made available for purposes of private study, scholarship, and research. The Kheel Center would like to learn more about this image and hear from any copyright owners who are not properly identified so that we may make the necessary corrections.

Tags: Kheel Center for Labor-Management Documentation and Archives,Cornell University Library,Children, Housing

Image from page 57 of “Andersonville : a story of Rebel military prisons, fifteen months a guest of the so-called southern confederacy : a private soldier’s experience in Richmond, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Blackshear, and Florence” (1879)
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Image by Internet Archive Book Images
Identifier: andersonvilles00mcel
Title: Andersonville : a story of Rebel military prisons, fifteen months a guest of the so-called southern confederacy : a private soldier’s experience in Richmond, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Blackshear, and Florence
Year: 1879 (1870s)
Authors: McElroy, John, 1846-1929
Subjects: Andersonville Prison United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865
Publisher: Toledo : D. R. Locke
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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Cap, overcoat, boots and revolver belt went on, and eyesopened at about the same instant. As I snatched up my carbine, I looked out in front, and thewhole woods appeared to be full of Eebels, rushing toward us,all yelhng and some firing. My Captain and First Lieutenanthad taken up position on the right front of the tents, and partof the boys were running up to form a hue alongside them.The Second Lieutenant had stationed himself on a knoll on theleft front, and about a third of the company was rallyingaround him. My chum was a silent, sententious sort of a chap, and as weran forAvard to the Captains hue, he remarked earnestly: WeU: this beats heU! I thought he had a clear idea of the situation. All this occupied an inappreciably short space of time. The 54 AXDERSONVILLE. Eebels had not stopped to reload, but were riishing impetuouslytoward us. We gave them a hot, rolling volley from our car-bines. Many fell, more stopped to load and reply, but the mass ?i;^..„„.i&i:^^g|3f:j*:

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CX)MPANr L GATHERING TO MEET THE REBEL ATTACK. surged straight forward at us. Then our fire grew so deadlythat they showed a disposition to cover themselves behind therocks and trees. Again they were urged forward, and a bodyof them headed by thfeir Colonel, mounted on a white horse,pushed forward through the gap betAveen us and the SecondLieutenant. The Rebel Colonel dashed up to the Second Lieu-tenant, and ordered him to surrender. The latter—a gallantold gray beard — cursed the Rebel bitterly and snapped his nowempty revolver in liis face. The Colonel fired and killed him,whereupon his squad, with two of its Sergeants killed and halfits numbers on the ground, surrendered. The Rebels in our front and flank pressed us with equal close- A STOKT OF REBEL MTLITAEY PRISONS. 56 ness. It seemed as if it was absolutely impossible to checktheir rush for an instant, and as we saw the fate of our com-panions the Captain gave the word for every man to look outfor himself. We ran back a litt

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Raymond Lawrence laughing with his daughter, August 1982

A few nice Tenants Rights images I found:

Raymond Lawrence laughing with his daughter, August 1982
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Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
Title: Raymond Lawrence laughing with his daughter, August 1982

Date: 1982

Photographer: Louise Boyle

Photo ID: 5859pb2f41ln800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

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Image from page 43 of “Prisoners of war and military prisons; personal narratives of experience in the prisons at Richmond, Danville, Macon, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Charleston, and Columbia … with a list of officers who were prisoners of war fr
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Title: Prisoners of war and military prisons; personal narratives of experience in the prisons at Richmond, Danville, Macon, Andersonville, Savannah, Millen, Charleston, and Columbia … with a list of officers who were prisoners of war from January 1, 1864
Year: 1890 (1890s)
Authors: Isham, Asa B. (Asa Brainerd), 1844-1912 Davidson, Henry M Furness, H. B
Subjects: United States — History Civil War, 1861-1865 Prison life
Publisher: Cincinnati, Lyman & Cushing
Contributing Library: New York Public Library
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the mass ofdemoralized cavalry and artillery that fled terror-strickenfrom the shot of our guns. AYe narrowly escaped beingtrampled to death; so we got out of the way of the fugi-tives, and in the rear of a wagon train. In the midst of adrenching rain, in the darkness of the night, we flounderedthrough the Yirginia clay toward the Confederate capital.Although it was only about ten miles distant, such wasthe activity of our cavalry, and such detours were neces-sary to avoid them, that an almost steady march of twonights and days was required to reach it. One of the little company of unfortunates was 2d Lieu-tenant (afterward Captain) Geo. W. Hill, of Company H.Previous to the commencement of the campaign, he had fur-nished himself with a war steed in the shape of a little sor-rel mare. He petted, caressed, and talked about the animal so much that it was knownin the regiment as Hillswife. When the charge wasspent, and we were receivingdistinguished considerationfrom several Confederate

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comes. gentlemen, who should comealong but Hi 11, with the marebeneath him, running like ascared deer. But he came not as the conquerorHe was sawing on the bit reins with both hands, Prisoners of War. 25 his body swaying from side to side, while the breeze, whichquartered siightJy from the south-west, whispered softly,*Confound you, wont you whoa? A number of rebelswere riding a tilt with him, and, as one aimed a saber blowto sever his head from his body, the mare shied to oneside, making Hill describe a spread-eagle and alight uponhis head in a stubble field. There he remained as onedead. Zip, zip, zip, zip, rained the bullets around him, re-inforced by invitations to Come out of there, you Yankee s o b , too touching to be resisted. He rose right up, and suffered himself to be introduced to the pro-vost guard. Upon making the first halt in the precipitatemarch, where we had time to catch breath, the ques-tion was put to the lieutenant if the parting with themare was not to him the h

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A man and four children talk with photographer Louise Boyle outside the Dyess Colony administration building, August 1982
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Title: A man and four children talk with photographer Louise Boyle outside the Dyess Colony administration building, August 1982

Date: 1982

Photographer: Unknown

Photo ID: 5859pb2f43jc800g

Collection: Louise Boyle. Southern Tenant Farmers Union Photographs, 1937 and 1982

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