Bob Adelman, ‘"In West Feliciana, an overwhelmingly black parish where no person of color had voted in the twentieth century, volunteer Mimi Feingold urged members of a church congregation to try to vote. She then joined hands with them to sing, 'This Little Light of Mi"’, 1963, Photography, Gelatin silver print; printed later, Howard Greenberg Gallery
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"In West Feliciana, an overwhelmingly black parish where no person of color had voted in the twentieth century, volunteer Mimi Feingold urged members of a church congregation to try to vote. She then joined hands with them to sing, 'This Little Light of Mi", 1963

Gelatin silver print; printed later
10 3/8 × 15 in
26.4 × 38.1 cm
.
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New York
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Bob Adelman, ‘"In West Feliciana, an overwhelmingly black parish where no person of color had voted in the twentieth century, volunteer Mimi Feingold urged members of a church congregation to try to vote. She then joined hands with them to sing, 'This Little Light of Mi"’, 1963, Photography, Gelatin silver print; printed later, Howard Greenberg Gallery
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Bob Adelman

"In West Feliciana, an overwhelmingly black parish where no person of color had voted in the twentieth century, volunteer Mimi Feingold urged members of a church congregation to try to vote. She then joined hands with them to sing, 'This Little Light of Mi", 1963

Gelatin silver print; printed later
10 3/8 × 15 in
26.4 × 38.1 cm
.
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Location
New York
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