William Hastie photographs


William Hastie photographs


The collection consists almost exclusively of black and white photographs. There are also a few letters and notes identifying many of the images in the collection. The photos span the years 1905 to 1994, with the bulk of them dating from the period starting with Hastie's appointment as Civilian Aide to Secretary of War Harold Stimson in 1940, through his tenure on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit, and ending with his death in 1976.

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Joseph, Alexander.

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Harnwell, G. P. (Gaylord Probasco), 1903-1982

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Arthur Wieland

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Sanders, Joseph

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Brown Jr. Studio

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Moorland-Spingarn Research Center Howard University.

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Thompson, William B. D.

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Harris, Fred, photographer.

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Rayford, George

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Lt. Laurence Massey.

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Woodruff, Bertram

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Washington, James

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Sarah Belchetz-Swenson

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Judge Theodore Spaulding

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Carl R. Johnson, board member and president

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Beryl Lockhart Hastie

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Smith, George W., photographer.

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Freedman, Abraham

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Morris F. De Castro

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White, Walter

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Harvard Law School

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United Negro College Fund

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Love, Julius

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A. H. Brown, Jr.

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Bachrach, Fabian, d 1917-

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Lewis, Charles W.

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U. S. Army School

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Wachman, Marvin, 1917-

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Tyler, Scott W., photographer.

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Cook, W. Mercer

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Mr. C. K. Dapthary, Solicitor General of India.

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Chinton W. Dickerson

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Morris F. De Castro, Government Secretary.

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Arthur J. Wieland

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Jackson, J. Arthur

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Greenewalt, Crawford H. (Crawford Hallock), 1937-2012

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Schick, Julius, photographer.

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Suitt, E. Vincent

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Zanders, Roosevelt S., photographer.

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Robinson, Spottswood III

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L. L. McKenzie

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Arthur J. Wieland, Exec. Vice President

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Hansen, A., photographer.

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