Scurlock Studio Records, Series 2

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Scurlock Studio Records, Series 2

1888-1996

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Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)

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Addison N. Scurlock (June 19, 1883 – December 16, 1964) was an American photographer, founder of The Scurlock Studio, and businessman who became prominent in the early and mid-20th century for photographing Black Washington. The first Scurlock Studio opened in 1904 on S Street in Northwest D.C., which was his parents' home. In 1906, the family and studio moved to Florida Avenue. Two years later, they moved to 1202 T Street NW. In 1911, Addison opened a studio at 900 U Street NW. There he erec...

Scurlock, Addison N., 1883-1964

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Addison N. Scurlock (June 19, 1883 – December 16, 1964) was an American photographer, founder of The Scurlock Studio, and businessman who became prominent in the early and mid-20th century for photographing Black Washington....

Syphax family (Arlington, Va.)

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The Syphax family descends from Charles Syphax and Maria Carter, who were enslaved household servants owned by George Washington at Mount Vernon in Virginia. They were later owned by George Washington Parke Custis at Arlington House in Virginia. The Syphax family was one of the most influential enslaved families in the area. Maria Carter was the daughter of Arianna Carter and George Washington Parke Custis. She and her children were freed by Custis in 1826 and given a seventeen-acre plot of...