African American photographers
Found in 3 Records:
The Alfred B. McPhaul Papers reflect the Wichita, Kansas postal worker's involvement in that city's St. Matthew C.M.E. Church and interest in photography. They consist of items related to Gwendolyn Fuller Mukes and her performance at St. Matthew C.M.E. and a brief speech by McPhaul given to the Club Vintige. The two folders are arranged alphabetically. Photograph negatives from the collection are located at RH MS-P P571.
The Gordon Parks collection consists of materials from several Kansas newspapers on Parks' work, life, and death.
This collection consists of papers and photographs from J. (Joseph) B. Anderson and his wife Pearl, long-time residents of Topeka, Kansas. J. B. Anderson was a popular photographer in that city from the 1940s through the 1970s.