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Division of Community Service- Writers' Project, Photos Black Kentuckians Items (0640-0643), 1937-1940


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"Taken on Court House Square, Pineville, Kentucky," Photo 0643 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0643. Handwritten on the back it reads "'Yas Sah!' R. Davis Hutchcraft 1436 Everett Avenue, Louisville, Ky. Taken on Court House Square in Pineville Ky Don't Know name."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Taken on Court House Square, Pineville, Kentucky," Photo 0643, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a side profile of an African American man.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Taken on Court House steps, Pineville, Kentucky," Photo 0642 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0642. Handwritten on the back it reads: "R. Davis Hutchcraft 1436 Everett Ave Louisville, Ky Taken on Court House steps Pineville, Ky Don't know name."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

"Taken on Court House steps, Pineville, Kentucky," Photo 0642, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing an African American man wearing a suit sitting on stone steps.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

Jack Tracy, of Paris, Kentucky, Photo 0641 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0641. Handwritten on the back it reads the following: "'Born A Slave' R. Davis Hutchcraft 1436 Everett Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky. Name: Jack Tracy-Paris, Ky Age: He has no idea except he was born a slave & remembers the chains his master tied him in with to keep him from Running away. He Often wants me to take him to hunt the chains. Can neither read nor write."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

Jack Tracy, of Paris, Kentucky, Photo 0641, undated- scanned Black and white photograph showing a portrait of an African American man in overalls. There is a note attached to the photograph that reads "Jack Tracy, Paris, Kentucky. Gardener. Has no idea when he was born. Born a slave, remembers the chains his master tied him with to keep him from running away. He often wants his friends to take him on the hunt for the chains. He thinks he knows where they are."

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

Reward Poster for Eighteen Runaway Slaves (ca. 1847), Photo 0640 (back), undated- scanned Back of photograph 0640.

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

Reward Poster for Eighteen Runaway Slaves (ca. 1847), Photo 0640, undated- scanned Black and white photograph of a poster that reads in large bold font: "$3,125 Reward. Runaway from the subscribers, on Saturday night 24th, April 1846 Eighteen Negro Slaves!"

United States. Division of Community Service- Writers' Project

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