Mission Photograph Album - Cities #1 page 0122
Board of Missions of the Methodist Episcopal Church
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H. 2749 Some of the negro quarters in the South End with one of the great
factories in the background. The houses are mostly from 3 to 5 rooms and
much crowded, Columbus, O. June 1918.
H. 2750 Typical negro's backyard. Mammy was out hoeing in the tiny garden
but ran at the approach of the photographer, Columbus, Ohio, June 1918.
H. 2752 The negro section called the South End. The houses are rather
crowded and to escape the heat and the crowd, the laborer's from the glass
and other nearby factories take their rest as seen in picture. Columbus,
Ohio, June 1918.
H. 2754 Typical street corner scene in the negro section of Columbus known
as the South End. June 1918.
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