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Hosea L. Williams photographs

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Auburn Avenue Research Library
Creator: Williams, Hosea, 1926-
Title: Hosea L. Williams photographs
Dates: circa 1950-2000
Quantity: 22.0 boxes
Abstract:The material documents the history and reflects the activities of Williams during the Civil Rights Movement, his political career, his business ventures and the history of his involvement in several organizations including the SCLC.
Identification: aarl04-004photo

Biographical/Historical Note

Hosea Lorenzo Williams, ordained minister, chemist, Civil Rights activist, and politician became one of Atlanta's most influential political leaders of the twentieth century. Williams' Civil Rights legacy included leading hundreds of marchers across the Edmond Pettus Bridge outside Selma, Alabama along with John Lewis in what came to be known as "Bloody Sunday". Williams was also an architect for the Savannah Movement along with the Reverend Willie Bolden. The founder of Hosea Feed the Hungry and Homeless, a non-profit organization known for providing hot meals and clothing in Atlanta, Hosea Williams continued to fight for social change in the latter twentieth century.

Born on January 5, 1926 in Attapulgus, Georgia, Williams was raised by his grandparents Lena raised him and Turner Williams. During his teen years, Williams left his grandparents farm and relocated in Tallahassee, Florida where he held menial jobs. Before returning to school to complete his education Williams joined the United States Army during World War II. He earned the rank of Staff Sergeant in an all black unit. Williams earned the Purple Heart for surviving enemy attacks in France. After leaving the Army, the veteran survived another attack in which a mob beat him for drinking from a "whites only" water fountain in a bus station in Attapulgus, Georgia.

In 1947, at the age of twenty-three Williams graduated from Hutto High school and entered Morris Brown College where he earned a bachelor's degree in Chemistry. He later earned a master's degree in chemistry from Atlanta University. In 1952, he began working as the first black Research Chemist for the Department of Agriculture in Savannah, Georgia where he was employed until 1963.

During the 1950s, Williams organized Savannah's first black disabled Veteran Chapter. He led the campaign to integrate the Nancy Hank, the south's passenger train that ran from Atlanta to Savannah, and became the first to lead a movement to integrate public beaches in Savannah. Additionally, Hosea Williams integrated Savannah's American Chemical Society and later he integrated Savannah golf courses. Under the leadership of W. W. Law, he organized the political arm of the Savannah Chapter of the NAACP in 1958, resulting in the organization of the South's first successful voter registration program.

After an unsuccessful run for the NAACP Board of Directors, Reverend Williams formed the independent organization called the Chatham County Crusade for Voters in 1961. He also organized Georgia's first successful non-violent direct action campaign in Savannah, Georgia and was a sponsor for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) National Annual Convention.

Williams was a key figure in the Freedom Summer Voting Registration Campaign (1963), and founded the Martin Luther King, Jr. Peoples Church of Love in 1972. He led countless employees against companies such as Coca Cola and Sears and Roebuck & Company. In 1987, he led protesters against racial injustice in a march in predominantly white Forsyth County, Georgia.

Reverend Williams was elected to the Georgia General Assembly where he served until 1974 1984. In 1985, he was elected to one term on the Atlanta City Council and served years as a DeKalb County commissioner. Armed with "A Job to be Earned.... Not Bought" as one of his campaign slogans, Hosea Williams challenged Maynard Jackson for the Mayor of the city of Atlanta.

Hosea Williams died on November 16, 2000.


Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

Reverend Hosea L. Williams Papers, Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library on African-American Culture and History, Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System.

Provenance

Purchase 2004

Processing Information

Processed by Anita Martin, Archives Division, Auburn Avenue Research Library-Atlanta Fulton Public Library System, 2006.


Restrictions

Copyright Restrictions

All images of Hosea Williams and text by Hosea Williams are under copyright and are held by the Hosea Project, Inc. The Hosea Project, Inc retains all rights to the images and text and they may not be used for any purpose other than that listed below. The materials may be used in digital or print form in educational and scholarly research, reports, and other projects that are not offered for sale. Materials may not be used in digital or print form by organizations or commercial concerns, except with express permission from The Hosea Project, Inc.

The possession of The Hosea Project, Inc. images or text does not constitute permission to use. Permission must be requested in writing. The requestor must seek permission from The Hosea Project, Inc. through the Auburn Avenue Research Library. Requests should follow the instructions of the Auburn Avenue Research Library for Permission to Use. Permission is for one-time, one-project only. Fees will be determined on the basis of 1) whether the request is for scholarly or commercial use, and 2) the amount and the nature of the material to be used. Payment of fees must be made upon signing of the permission agreement.

Credit must be given to the Hosea Project Inc. and the creator of the work, Hosea Williams. Credit must appear with the image or text, on the credit page that indicates the placement page number, or a credit screen. Photographs may be cropped to suit the design and layout, but may not be altered colorized, or drawn upon without a letter of permission. Publications must include notice of copyright for the image or text used as follows: ¶ 2004. Printed with the permission of the Hosea Project, Inc. The Author must provide the final publication to the Auburn Avenue Research Library.

The Hosea Project, Inc. reserves the right to decline permission to individuals, publishers, producers and organizations who have not complied with these conditions.


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11Muhammad Ali
 
2Juanita Abernathy
 
3Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
4Hosea Williams and Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
5Dr. Ralph David Abernathy at the Podium
 
6Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
7Dr. Ralph David Abernathy- Get Out The Vote Campaign, Los Angeles
 
8Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
9Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
10Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
11Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
12Negatives of Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
13Dr. Ralph David Abernathy, Rev. A.D. King, Sr., Bernard Lee and Mr. J.T. Johnson
 
14Dr. Ralph David Abernathy and Rev. A.D. King
 
15Carolyn Long Banks of Atlanta City Council
 
16Governor Roy Barnes
 
17Joe Beasley, Minister Louis Farrakhan
 
18Harry Belafonte'
 
19Waldo Bennett, DeKalb County Board Member
 
20John Blocke and Hosea Williams
 
21Dorothy Bolton, Ethel Mae Matthews
 
22James Bond
 
23Julian Bond
 
24Tyrone Brooks
 
25James Brown/SCLC Concert
 
26Eddie Lee Callahan
 
27Bill Campbell
 
28Benjamin Van Clarke "Little Hosea Williams"
 
29Ed Clayton ( Husband of Zerona Clayton)
 
30Zerona Clayton, Ted Turner, Dick Gregory, Hosea Williams
 
31Barbara Clay- pictures from newspapers
 

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21Hosea Williams with Senator Max Cleland of GA
 
2Hosea Williams meets President Clinton at White House
 
3Hosea Williams and Bill Clinton
 
4Bill Clinton
 
5Hosea Williams, Bill Clinton, and Jesse Jackson
 
6Hosea Williams and Johnny Cochron- in Parade (Bloody Sunday March)
 
7Bill Cosby
 
8Cathy Cox
 
9Rev. Winston Davidson (surrounded by Klansmen)
 
10Angela Davis
 
11Sheriff Sidney C. Dorsey
 
12Dana Dwall
 
13John Evans, Henry Bryant, Stan Citron?
 
14Buddy Fowlkes
 
15Golden Frinks, Hosea Williams, (Sunshine) Ben Owens, Cottonreader
 
16Slides-Red Corvette in Parade/ Danny Glover
 
17Spivey Gordon, Hosea Williams, Robert Johnson
 
18Al Greene
 
19Dick Gregory
 
20Newt Grinwich
 
21Hosea Williams with Hal Gullwin
 
22Brian Gumbel, Walt Disney World to present check to UNCF
 
23Joe Frank Harris
 
24Hosea Williams and Governor Joe Frank Harris, Andrew Young, Various Officers
 
25Jesse Hill appointed as President of the Atlanta Life Insurance Co.
 
26Louise Hornsby
 
27Hosea Williams & Richard Horsey (Exec V.P. of Coca -Cola)
 
28J. Edgar Hoover Postcard
 
29Susan Hosch
 
30Johnny Isakson
 
31Ira Jackson, Atlanta City Council
 
3210th District Councilman Ira Jackson @NARC Niagara Falls, NY
 
33Jesse Jackson, Chicago Mayor Harold Washington, Minister Louis Farrakhan
 
34Jesse Jackson
 
35Jermaine Jackson
 
36Mahalia Jackson
 
37Hosea Williams with Mayor Maynard Jackson
 
38Elton John, Hosea Williams, & Senator Levitan
 
39Senator Leroy Johnson
 

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31Dr. Betty Ruth Jones
 
2Hosea Williams with Coretta Scott King
 
3Coretta Scott King, Christine King Farris
 
4Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
5Hosea Williams with Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
6Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. speaks
 
7Arthur Langford
 
8John Lewis
 
9John Lewis
 
10Hosea Williams with Senator Levitan
 
11Hosea Williams with Joseph Lowery
 
12Cynthia Mckinley and Father
 
13Floyd McKissick, Rosa Parks, Andrew Young
 
14Hosea Williams and Dewitt Martin
 
15Dewitt Martin, Hosea Williams, John Calhoun
 
16Daniel (Nick) Nicholas, Albany State College "51" - Albany, GA
 
17Rosa Parks
 
18Alley Pat
 
19James E. Patrick
 
20Edmond Patterson
 
21Thunderbolt Patterson
 
22Harmon Perry
 
23Robb Pitts, Marvin Arrington
 
24Terrie Randolph
 
25President Ronald Reagan, Hosea Williams
 
26Chef Jamie Reed
 
27Herman J. Russell
 
28W. Stephens, C.S. Stripling, L.W. Lane
 
29John Swan
 
30Willie Tabb
 
31Curtis Thomas
 
32Charles Turner
 
33Mike Tyson
 
34Samuel B. Wells, Americus, GA
 
35Walter White
 
36Roy Wilkins, Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
37Reverend and Mrs. Hosea L. Williams (Juanita Terry Williams, wife)
 
38Torrey Williams' Son
 
39Q.V. Williamson, Atlanta City Council
 
40Hosea Williams with Joe Wilson
 

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41Two Legendary Black Brothers, Malcolm X, and Muhammad Ali
 
2Andrew Young
 
3Hosea Williams with Andrew Young, Maynard Jackson
 
4Hosea Williams, Andrew Young in Hawaii
 
5Computer Image of Hosea Williams
 
6Hosea Williams with Family and Friends
 
7Hosea Williams with Family and Friends
 
8Family and Friends
 
9African American actors, actresses
 
10Hosea Williams @ Capitol (left Bernard Lee)
 
11Children, organizations, classes
 
12Hosea Williams, Jesse Jackson @ Democratic National Convention
 
13Entertainers
 
14Hosea Williams in Frogmore, S.C.
 
15Photographs of Homes for Rezoning
 
16International Wrestling League
 
17Landmark Inn Strike
 

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51Feed the Hungry: Metro Atlanta SCLC and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. People's Church of Love Annual Christmas Dinner
 
2Feed the Hungry: 17th Annual Christmas Dinner
 
3-13Feed the Hungry: Hosea Williams' Feed the Hungry
 

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61Single Photos of Hosea Williams 1950-1960's
 
2SCLC Staff Board 1960's
 
3Scope 1960's
 
4SCLC West 1960's
 
5Mass Service, October 1960
 
6Hosea Williams in Americus, GA 1960's
 
7Hosea Williams @ pulpit, Savannah , GA 1960
 
8Birmingham, Alabama 1960
 
9Liberty County, GA 1960's
 
1010th District Citizen Clinic, Augusta, GA February 24, 1962
 
11March on Washington 1963
 
12Race Riots New York July 18, 1964: Chicago February 27, 1964
 
13Crawfordville, GA 1965
 
14Selma-Montgomery Movement 1965
 
15St. Augustine, Florida Rally in Newspaper article held by Hosea Williams 4/1/64
 
16Alabama 1965
 
17Eutaw, Alabama November 1965: Hosea Williams speak to demonstrators before march; Hosea Williams speak to marchers in front of county court house
 
18Co-A-Po Statewide Meeting, Alabama 1965-66
 
19"Bloody Sunday" March 7, 1965, Selma Alabama: Hosea Williams & John Lewis Lead marchers across the Edmund Peters Bridge
 
20Montgomery, Alabama Ballet Bus 1965
 
21Eutaw, Alabama, Dec 1, 1965: Rev. William Branch & Hosea Williams lead parents to register their children at all white high school
 
22Grenada, Mississippi 1967
 
23Meredith's March 1967
 
24Kirkwood, Atlanta GA 1967
 
25Cod co Mayor Ivan Allen Tour- Atlanta 1967
 
26Get out the vote campaign, Los Angeles 1968
 
27Hosea Williams in Memphis Tennessee April 4,1968
 
28Dr. Martin King Jr.@ Lorraine Hotel, April 3, 1968- a day before his assassination
 
29Poor People's Campaign, Washington, D.C. 1968
 
30Poor People's Campaign, Washington, D.C. 1968
 
31Poor People's Campaign, Washington, D.C. 1968
 
32Poor People's Campaign, Washington, D.C. 1968
 
33Poor People's Campaign, Washington, D.C. 1968
 
34Hosea Williams as Mayor of Resurrection City in Washington, D.C. 1968
 
35Poor People's Campaign, Washington, D.C. 1968
 
36Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Cortagel, Atlanta, GA, April 1968
 
37Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. - Family 1960-1970
 
381970's
 

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71Georgia Voter's League 1970
 
2GA Voter's League 1970
 
3Voters League Macon Georgia 1970
 
4Voting Line 1970
 
5How to Vote Campaign 1970
 
6Voters Campaign 1970
 
7Crusade for Voters Office, Savannah GA 1970
 
8Florence, SC June 1970
 
9Florence, SC June 1970
 
10Florence, SC June 1970
 
11Florence, SC June 1970
 
12March Against Repression, Atlanta, GA 1970
 
13March Against Repression, Atlanta, GA 1970
 
14Dr. King's B'Day National Holiday Atlanta, GA 1970
 
15Green County, Alabama Inauguration 1970
 
16Cape Kennedy Protest 1971
 
17Tan Son Nuit Air Force Officers-South Vietnam 1971
 
18Tan Son Nuit Air Force Officers-South Vietnam 1971
 
19Williams addressing Black U.S. Soldiers, Vietnam 1971
 
20Lagos, Nigeria 1971
 
21Hosea Williams and President Felix Houphouet-Boigny, 1971
 
22Alabama Labor March 1972
 
23John Hix NAACP, April 1, supporting fired employee of Holy Family 1972
 
24Morning news story 11-72
 
25Mead Packaging Strike, Atlanta, 1972
 
26New Orleans, LA, January 15, 1972
 
27Marches-Miscellaneous 1972
 
28ITC 1972
 
29"Hosea Williams on the go" 1972
 
30Emily Butler (IRS) Atlanta, 8/26/72
 
31Church's Fried Chicken Atlanta, 1972
 
32Ethiopian Patriarch 1973
 
33White House Fellows 11/1/73
 
34Vigil Kick off, Sunday 4/1/73
 
35WXAP 4/73
 
36Morris Brown Choir, Kick Off Party, Sister's Chapel 4/1/73
 
37SCLC Staff Picketing the Board of Directors 1973
 
38Major Coalition Press Conference- Atlanta 4/4/73
 
39Hosea Williams @ Rich's 1973
 

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81April 4th March - Atlanta 1973
 
2April 4th Rally 1973-Herdon Stadium, Atlanta University Center
 
3Sister Chapel 4/1/73-Dick Gregory, Kick-off Rally and Campaign
 
4Atlanta City Hall, presenting demands to Sam Massell 4/4/73
 
5SCLC Staff/Board 1973
 
6Auto Industry Luncheon- Atlanta, 1973
 
7Nurse Care Strike-Atlanta 1973
 
8Marriott Motor Hotel Strike Atlanta 1973
 
9Kress Strike Atlanta 1973
 
10Georgia Tech Strike - Atlanta 1973
 
11Zaver's- Atlanta 1973
 
12Poor People's Chow House 1973-1975
 
13Coalition on Broadcasting 5/73
 
14Atlanta Board of Education 5/73
 
15Poor People's Union - Atlanta 1973
 
16H.O.M.E. Organization - Atlanta 1973
 
17Fulton High School shooting - Atlanta 1973
 
18MASLC - Atlanta 1973
 
19Saturday Rally 6/73
 
20Camden County Delegation to see Carter 1973
 
21Rich's Department Store Strike - Atlanta 1973
 
22Rich's Strike 1973
 
23Meatless Breakfast Central Presbyterian Church 4/2/1973
 
24Rich's April-May 1973 - An Organization of the working poor
 
25Saturday Rally 1973
 
26Birthday Party 1974
 
27Hosea Williams @ People's Church of Love 5/74
 
28Inman March, Atlanta 7/16/74
 
29GA House of Rep: Hosea Williams' victory Party 12/74
 
30Guest Quarters Employees Strike 1974
 
31Beaudry Ford Company - Atlanta 1974
 
32Johnson Publication Negotiation 5/13/75
 
33Coalition to Save A. Reginald Eaves - Atlanta 1975
 
34Columbia High School - Atlanta 1975
 
35Zales Jewelers - Atlanta 1975
 
36Reidsville Brothers Defense Committee Protest - Atlanta 1975
 
37Jimmy Carter for President (Picketing) Atlanta 1975
 
38Hosea Williams speaks with African American Patrolmen's League 11/10/75
 
39Thanksgiving Day 1975
 
40Hunger/Death March 1975
 
41Press Conference for Pres Carter for President 4/19/76
 
42Portrait of Nov 10, 76' Fulton and DeKalb Representatives "Now in Pre-Season Training"
 
43Taxi Cab Strike - Atlanta 1976
 
44Hosea Williams at Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Book Release 1976
 
45Coalition Against Repression 1978
 
46Reidsville State Prison 1979
 

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91Hosea Williams in Congress 79-80 Session
 
2Hosea Williams - House of Representatives 1980's
 
3Hosea Williams 1980's
 
4Hosea Williams in Office 1980
 
51981 Legs. Session /Individual Photos of Representatives
 
6DeKalb Delegation 1981 Session
 
7Hosea Williams and Dr. Ralph David Abernathy meets with President Reagan 2/7/81
 
8Hosea Williams released from DeKalb County Jail November 10, 1982
 
9DeKalb County Jail 1982,1984,1985
 
10Hosea Williams in Japan 1982
 
11Tokyo April 8, 1982 Williams & Abernathy speaks at Foreign Correspondents Club of Japan
 
12African American Japanese International Economic Institute 1982
 
13Sweet Auburn Good Time Summit Festival November 12, 1983
 
145th Cong Dist. Announcement Party 3/29/84
 
15Hosea Williams @ Pittman Park - Atlanta 4/84
 
16Democratic Nat'l Convention San Francisco 1984
 
17Hosea Williams for Congress, white community support 7/20/84
 
18Politics- Hosea Williams for Congress 1984
 
19DeKalb County Jail 1984
 
20War Against Drugs March Atlanta, GA 4/11-4/13/87
 
21Hosea Williams Addressing Butler St. YMCA Hungry Club Forum 1/18/84
 
22Hosea Williams receiving doctorate of law degree: Morris Brown College 3/22/84
 
23Dedication of tree for Dr. King Planted at capital grounds, 1/12/84
 
24Hosea Williams' Election Campaign 9/6/85
 
25Fulton County Elections Board Hearing on 5th District City Council Race recount 10/85
 
26Hosea Williams' Victory Party, 5th District City Council, Ramada hotel - Atlanta 10/29/85
 
27Politics- Atlanta City Council 1985
 
28The Depot - Atlanta, GA 1986 1st official King Holiday Celebration
 
29Poem: "A Holiday for King" by: Ernest Miner 1/20/86
 
30Bill Biggart 2/1/87
 
31Atlanta Forsyth March 1987
 

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101Forsyth County March I 1987
 
21st March 1/7/87
 
3Forsyth GA Movement News Conference 1/19/87
 
4Cummings Forsyth, GA March Against Racism 1/24/87
 
5Cummings Forsyth, GA March Against Racism 1/24/87
 
6Community Church Visit- Forsyth County
 
7Hosea Williams and Winnie Conright @ACLU November 1, 1987
 
8Portland, Oregon 1/4/88 Marriott Hotel
 
9Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration 1988
 
103rd District Commissioner Race, August 1990
 
11Hosea Williams 1990's
 
12Hosea Williams receives Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Award 1990
 
13Hosea Williams "Thank You" DeKalb 3rd Com. Dist. Celebration Oct 1990
 
14Minister Louis Farrakhan, Nation of Islam 11/92
 
15Outgoing Members and 1992 Members of DeKalb County Commission 12/92
 
16Negatives of Selma March 1995
 
17Hosea Williams' 70th Birthday Party 1996
 
18Photos of Portrait Gallery Ceremony 6/6/97
 
19Mother Sims & Rev. Williams 4/97
 
20Hosea Williams in Japan 1998
 
21Keysville, GA King Day 1/6/99
 
22Coalition to save Affirmative Action - Atlanta 1999
 
23Washington Times Award 2000
 
24GA State Capitol -Hosea Williams as honoree of M.L. King Celebration 2000
 
25Freedom Summer 2000
 
26Selma 35th Anniversary 3/2000
 
27Selma 35th Anniversary 3/2000
 
28King Holiday Commission Award 2000
 
29SCLC Tribute - October 2000
 

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111Hosea Williams as Grand Marshall in Parade
 
2Hosea Williams at Morehouse College
 
3Hosea Williams campaigning in Atlanta
 
4Hosea Williams campaigns in the streets
 
5Hosea Williams campaigning
 
6Ceremony at Holiday Inn Decatur
 
7Hosea Williams in his office
 
8Symbol of Old- Albert Hotel, Selma Alabama
 
9Hosea Williams at home
 
10Hosea Williams Junior's Funeral
 
11Hosea Williams in DeKalb County Jail
 
12Hosea Williams in DeKalb County Jail
 
13Fulton County Police meets protesters
 
14Two obscene photographs
 
15Atlanta Voice Newspaper Awards Ceremony
 
16Citywide Neighborhood Coalition
 
17Citywide Neighborhood Coalition
 
18Atlanta Police Beating of Hosea Williams
 
19Federal Penitentiary (Atlanta)
 

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121Hosea Williams with eviction victim, Atlanta housing project
 
2Atlanta University Center- protest
 
3Fulton County Juvenile Court
 
4Hosea Williams in hospital
 
5A thriller of young spokesmen and supporters
 
6Hosea Williams speaks at Compton High
 
7Georgia -Miscellaneous
 
8Greenville, Alabama
 
9Charleston, South Carolina
 
10Camden Alabama
 
11Savannah, Georgia
 
12Florida - protest
 
13Miami Beach, Florida
 

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131Hosea Williams walks and speaks to public
 
2Hosea Williams speaks to citizens
 
3Cape Kennedy
 
4Hosea Williams receives award
 
5Black Media Awards
 
6"Everyday Women"
 
7Jesse Jackson Campaign
 
8A bridge between management and workers
 
9Cod-Co political candidates
 
10Tony Brown's show "A congressional Black Caucus Plan: Yes or No?"
 
11International Diplomat #5/UN Ambassador #5
 
12Visit to China
 
13Portrait of Alabama Dept. of Public Safety
 
14Hosea Williams receives award in Savannah, Georgia
 
15Late Rev in Selma Al & Gentleman
 
16Photographs of Hosea Williams in office
 
17unidentified man on car
 
18Hosea Williams w/ Governors campaign
 
19White "supporters"
 

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141Photograph of Hosea Williams as Atlanta City Councilman
 
2New Black Prouds: Courageous, Defiant, Unafraid
 
3Hosea Williams working in office - DeKalb County Commissioner
 
4Pictures of Meeting with GA Mayor
 
5Singing Freedom Songs
 
6Sports
 
7Atlanta Garbage Strike
 
8Proof sheet of Atlanta Garbage Strike
 
9Photograph of Ku Klux Klan
 
10Hosea Williams in Perking
 
11McGovern Campaign
 
12Greene County, Alabama
 
13Expressive Hands
 
14Old school and home
 
15Brick washers, Farm workers
 
16Core
 
17Operation Breadbasket
 
18World Conference on Religion and Peace
 

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151Kirkwood - Atlanta
 
2Hosea Williams at Presidential Rally
 
3Children - "Eager to learn, to love, and be loved
 
4Harlem, NY
 
5Hosea Williams at Coke
 
6Hosea Williams meets Nurse Care
 
7Kathy Crawford Nursing Center
 
8Hosea Williams and Ethiopian Patriarch
 
9Grenada, Mississippi
 
10Hosea Williams and "My Black Sister"
 
11Green County, Eutaw, Alabama
 
12Downtown Mass, Non-violent direct action demonstrations meeting
 
13Portraits of black youth
 
14South Georgia black youth awaiting arrest @ white segregationist county school superintendents office
 
15Harriet Tubman Crusaders -Atlanta
 
16Holy Family Hospital Strike- Atlanta
 
17Life of a King ,play - Atlanta
 
18Million Man March- Atlanta
 
19O'Keefe High School - Atlanta
 
20Offices - Atlanta
 
21Rich Folk/ Poor Folk Banquet - Atlanta
 
22Afro-American Patrolman's League
 
23Southeastern Chemical - Atlanta
 
24Salesman - SCMDC (Southeastern Chemical Management & Distribution Corporation)
 
25Sweet Auburn Festival
 
26Voice of Crusaders - Atlanta
 
27Politics - Atlanta
 
28Hosea Williams at Salem Baptist
 
29Hosea Williams presents awards at church
 

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161Weddings Performed
 
2Hosea Williams in Libya
 
3Hosea Williams speaks to Media
 
4Hosea Williams rides bicycle
 
5Hosea Williams receives hair cuts at barber shop
 
6A Salute to Black Fathers Award
 
7Ribbon Cutting Ceremony
 
8West Hunter Office
 

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171A&P - Atlanta
 
2Atlanta Coalition
 
3Atlanta International Hotel
 
4Black Panther Party
 
5Brutality, Miscellaneous - Atlanta
 
6Citizen Trust Bank - Atlanta
 
7Coca-Cola Bottling Company Strike - Atlanta
 
8C&S Bank - Atlanta
 
9Hotel Belle rive - Seehof Gstaad
 
10Photos of Washington, D.C Monuments
 
11Atlanta SCLC Children's Party
 
12Atlanta DeKalb Small Business Economic Development Corporation
 
13Japan Trips
 
14Military Photographs
 
15Hosea Williams in the military
 
16Pictures of & including Rev. Hosea Williams
 
17FBI photograph of Hosea Williams
 
18Hosea Williams receives award from Alpha Delta Sigma
 
19Single Photographs of Hosea Williams
 
20Single Photographs of Hosea Williams
 
21Single Photographs of Hosea Williams
 

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181Carver Homes Killings (Eddie Lee Callahan)
 
2Hosea Williams speaks to white congregation
 
3Write in candidate debate
 
4Hosea Williams with Rainbow Coalition
 
5Alabama Black belt
 
6St. Augustine
 
7Integrated Picket Team - St. Augustine, Florida
 
8"Pin node" from Savannah Movement - GA State Capitol
 
9Savannah, GA Movement
 
10Veterans Day Peace March - Atlanta, GA
 
11Eden Roc, Miami
 
12GA State Legistrature
 
13Hosea Williams @ House of Representatives
 
14House of Representatives
 
15GA State House of Representatives Victory Party
 
16Hosea Williams at House of Representatives
 
17White Columns Channel 2 WSB- TV
 
18Atlanta Landmarks
 

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191Funerals
 
2National Welfare Rights Organization Protest
 
3Hosea Williams speaks to Terry Randolph and press
 
4Hosea Williams speaks to Press
 
5Hosea Williams speaks to Press
 
6Hosea Williams @ SCLC
 
7SCLC Alabama political office meeting
 
8SCLC photograph of Hosea Williams campaigning
 
9SCLC
 
10Hosea Williams lecturing @ Wheat Street Baptist Education Bldg Metro Atlanta SCLC headquarters
 
1151st State of Hunger/SCLC
 
12Proof Sheet of SCLC Annual Convention
 
13Tom Offenberger (SCLC Director of Public Relations)
 
14SCLC "Big Lester" Hankerson
 
15Washington, D.C. - Picketing SCLC Board
 
16SCLC, celebration of Ebenezer Baptist Church
 
17Birth Home of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
18Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Funeral Procession
 
19Hosea Williams @ Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Center
 
20Production Still from "Right Now!"
 
21Play: "God Children is on the Block"
 
22The Queen of the Jailhouse
 
23Atlanta City Council
 
24Hosea Williams gives speech at White House with prominent leaders?
 
25Hosea Williams at the White House
 
26Hosea Williams in famous red shirt and overalls
 
27Freedom Riders Protest?
 
28Famous People
 

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201Miscellaneous Negatives
 
2Miscellaneous Photographs
 
3Miscellaneous - Protests, Marches, Meetings
 
4Miscellaneous Photographs
 
5Miscellaneous Photographs
 
6Miscellaneous Photographs
 
7Miscellaneous Photographs
 
8Miscellaneous Photographs
 
9Football Team, Miscellaneous
 
10Lady in Dress Miscellaneous
 
11Miscellaneous Photographs
 
12Miscellaneous Photographs
 
13Miscellaneous Photographs
 
14Miscellaneous Photographs
 
15Miscellaneous Photographs
 
16Miscellaneous Photographs
 
17Miscellaneous Photographs
 
18Miscellaneous Photographs
 
19Miscellaneous Photographs
 
20Miscellaneous Photographs
 
21Man in suit, Miscellaneous Photograph
 

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211Negatives and Proof Sheets
 
2Negatives and Proof Sheets
 
3Negatives and Proof Sheets
 
4Negatives and Proof Sheets
 
5Negatives and Proof Sheets ( Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Ceremony)
 

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221Voter's League
 
2Hosea Williams and Harry Belafonte'
 
3Martin Luther King, Jr. Funeral Procession
 
4Hosea Williams in China
 
5Hosea Williams clings to wife Juanita Williams after 35 days in jail
 
6Hosea Williams and family
 
7Hosea Williams and wife Juanita Williams in Japan
 
8Elijah Muhammad and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
9Hosea Williams prays
 
10Hosea Williams in Vietnam
 
11Hosea Williams at funeral
 
12Hosea Williams, Andrew Young, Dr. Ralph David Abernathy
 
13Hosea Williams in Vietnam
 
14Funeral Service
 
15Voter's Campaign
 
16Funeral Service
 
17Hosea Williams with President Clinton
 
18Hosea Williams with President Clinton
 
19Hosea Williams' Feed the Hungry and Homeless
 
20House of Representatives
 
21Autographed photograph of Martin Luther King, Jr.
 
22Funeral Service
 
23Funeral Service
 
24Poor People's Campaign
 
25House of Representatives