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First Black Episcopal Church in Syracuse, St. Philip's Church, held a baby contest in 1943.
Collection/SourceNewspaper
OwnerElizabeth Page
TitleFirst Black Episcopal Church in Syracuse, St. Philip's Church, held a baby contest in 1943.
Date Original1943
Date Digital10/23/2010
DescriptionFirst Black Episcopal Church in Syracuse, St. Philip's Church, held a baby contest in 1943. St. Philip's was destroyed in Urban Renewal for I-81. From left to right, unknown, unknown, Sammie Elizabeth Page with baby Elizabeth Ann Page, unknown, unknown, Jaliqua's mother with son, Mr. Mattison with daughter Patricia Mattison.
Description RectoProud Mothers with babies entered in a recent contest at St. Philip's Episcopal church, 209 Elmond st. Also a father, sister and brothers. The rector, Rev. Victor Emanuel Holley, is in the center.
Photographer/AuthorPost Standard
Digital PublisherBlack History Preservation Project
Digital Specifications3773 x 4092 pixels; 46,344,320 bytes; Quality - 24bit, RGB, 600ppi; image/tif; No Compression
Format OriginalNewspaper Photograph
Summon Content TypePhotograph
RightsMaterials in this collection are the property of aforementioned owner. Permission to use this image/item has been granted by owner to the Black History Preservation Project and its current and future partners.
Collection NameBlack History Preservation Project
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