"Wooden cage with iron bar network in which are housed black and white convicts of the Seminole county (Ga.) camp," 1931

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Title

"Wooden cage with iron bar network in which are housed black and white convicts of the Seminole county (Ga.) camp," 1931

Subject

Prisoner housing conditions, 1930s, Southern prisons

Description

Photo of the prisoner housing at a Georgia prison. Notes written by Spivak on the back say, "Wooden cage with iron bar network in which are housed black and white convicts of the Seminole county (Ga.) camp."

Creator

Spivak John L. (John Louis) 1897-1981

Date

1931

Language

en

Type

Still Image

Coverage

1930s, American South, Georgia

Format

jpg

Publisher

Harry Ransom Center

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Source

Harry Ransom Center, John L. (John Louis) Spivak Literary File, circa 1931, Container 1

Citation

Spivak John L. (John Louis) 1897-1981, “"Wooden cage with iron bar network in which are housed black and white convicts of the Seminole county (Ga.) camp," 1931,” Subverting Silence: Uplifting Marginalized Conversations, accessed September 25, 2022, https://givingvoicetohiddenhistories.omeka.net/items/show/69.

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