Group of five people in black tie, Los Angeles, 1940s
- Group of five people in black tie, Los Angeles, 1940s
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- Walter L. Gordon, Jr./William C. Beverly, Jr. Collection
Martha Jefferson Louis was an attorney who later married boxer Joe Louis.
William Henry "Studd" Greene was a physician who lived in Washington, D.C.
Walter L. Gordon, Jr. was an African American attorney in Los Angeles.
Hazel Anthony was a widow from Chicago.
Bernard Jefferson was Martha Jefferson Louis's husband at the time. He was an attorney and author of the California evidence benchbook. His brother was Edwin Jefferson, the first black judge west of the Mississppi River.
All information concerning the content and description of the image was provided by Walter Gordon.
Left to right: Walter Gordon, Hazel Anthony, William Henry "Studd" Greene, Martha Jefferson Louis, Bernard Jefferson.
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- Black-and-white photographs
Greene, William Henry, 1900-1983
Gordon, Walter L., Jr., 1908-2012
Jefferson, Bernard S.
Louis, Martha Jefferson, 1912-1991
- California--Los Angeles
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- still image
Minority women lawyers--California--Los Angeles
African American women--California--Los Angeles
African American physicians--Washington (D.C.)
African American lawyers--California--Los Angeles
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