Mye Haddox, Beulah Honoré, Harold Summers, and Walter L. Gordon, Jr., Los Angeles, 1940s
- Mye Haddox, Beulah Honoré, Harold Summers, and Walter L. Gordon, Jr., Los Angeles, 1940s
- Williams, Charles A., 1907 or 08-1975
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- Walter L. Gordon, Jr./William C. Beverly, Jr. Collection
Mye Haddox was a physician from Shreveport, Louisiana.
Beulah Honoré, a former dancer with the Regalettes in Chicago, and also an interior designer and milliner, was married to Gideon Honoré, a member of Duke Ellington's orchestra.
Walter L. Gordon, Jr. was an attorney in Los Angeles.
Harold Summers was married to Reverdia Woods Summers, the daughter of Hattie and Tim Woods. She died in 1935, soon after they married, leaving an infant daughter.
Charles A. Williams is documented as a photographer from Oklahoma, practicing in Los Angeles and married to Yoshi Kuwahara in the 1948 edition of Negro Who's Who in California. It also states that he earned the title "Charles of Avalon" while working at the Avalon Studios, the largest Negro owned studio on the Pacific Coast, and that he had photographed for the Pittsburgh Courier, Pacific Coast Edition; the California Eagle Staff and the Los Angeles Sentinel. His obituary in the Sentinel reports his activities in the public relations profession, ultimately becoming the Chairman of Public Relations International.
L to R: Mye Haddox, Beulah Honoré, Harold Summers, Walter L. Gordon, Jr.
All information concerning the content and description of the image was provided by Walter Gordon.
- 1 photograph : b&w
- Black-and-white photographs
Haddox, Mye, 1896-1966
Gordon, Walter L., Jr., 1908-2012
Honoré, Beulah, 1908-1985
- California--Los Angeles
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- still image
African American physicians--Louisiana--Shreveport
African American lawyers--California--Los Angeles
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