Title
"Richie"
Date created
1967
Type of resource
Still image
Genre
Black-and-white photographs
Format
Image
Digital origin
reformatted digital
Abstract/Description
A photograph of "Richie", a worker at the Breezy Meadows Camp in Holliston, Massachusetts. The Robert Gould Shaw House managed the summer camp for inner-city children from Greater Boston. The back of the photograph reads: "To Mike Haynes. A true but loyal friend whom I will always think about all my life. People like you Sir are hard to find, but I was lucky so let's always (know) now each other as friends. Richie (67)"
Acquisition
Original photograph held by Reverend Michael E. Haynes. Digital scan captured by Lolita Parker, Jr. for inclusion in the Lower Roxbury Black History Project.
Citation/Reference
"Richie", Lower Roxbury Black History Project records, 2007-2009 (M165), Archives and Special Collections Department, Northeastern University Libraries, EH2.
Related item
Lower Roxbury Black History Project records (M165)
An interview with Reverend Michael E. Haynes
Subjects and keywords
Breezy Meadows Camp (Holliston, Mass.)
African American men -- Massachusetts -- Boston
Identifier
M165_Hay_M_F02-02_053
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Restriction on access
This image is unrestricted.
Use and reproduction
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