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Dr. Eric Williams speaking at H.U. [Howard University], May 1964 [cellulose acetate photonegative]

view Dr. Eric Williams speaking at H.U. [Howard University], May 1964 [cellulose acetate photonegative] digital asset number 1
Photographers:
Scurlock Studio (Washington, D.C.)
Film manufacturer:
Ansco
Subject:
Williams, Eric Eustace 1911-1981
Howard University
Physical description:
Silver gelatin on cellulose acetate film sheet
1 item, 4" x 5"
Culture:
African Americans Washington (D.C.)
Type:
Photographs
Place:
Trinidad and Tobago
Washington (D.C.)
Date:
1964
May 1964
1960-1970
Notes:
Dr. Eric Eustace Williams was the first Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago. He served from 1956 until his death in 1981. He was also a noted Caribbean historian. (taken from wikipedia.com)
Summary:
Eric Williams standing at a lectern on stage. Three men are seated behind him. No ink on negative. Ink on envelope: caption and "12 glossy vertical". "ANSCO SAFETY FILM 6" edge imprint.
Cite as:
Scurlock Studio Records, ca. 1905-1994, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
Topic:
Prime ministers
Public speaking
African Americans
Local number:
Box 618.04.111
AC0618.004.0001759.tif (scan number)
No Scurlock number
See more items in:
Black-and-white film negatives (Series 4), Scurlock Studio Records 1905-1994
Data Source:
Archives Center - NMAH

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