African American workers picking and processing cotton
circa 1900s - 1910s
Five images of African American workers picking and processing cotton: .1 - Four children picking cotton with the landowner standing in the field. This image has 3 black and white duplicates. .2 - Several workers picking in the field. .3 - African American woman standing by baskets of cotton and displaying a handful of coins. This image has 1 black and white duplicate. .4 - Men using baling machine in a warehouse. .5 - Bales of cotton in a warehouse. All images originally belonged to the former Philadelphia Commercial Museum. Sepia-toned, mounted on grey cardboard
PHC photo file
Arkansas State Archive
PHC00004977.01-.05, PHC photo file, Arkansas State Archives, Little Rock, Arkansas.
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United States History