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

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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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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Identifier: prisonersofwarmi00isha
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
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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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
Tenants Rights
Image by Kheel Center, Cornell University Library
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

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.

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