Unknown Mrs. Sue Fity and Aunt Lucy
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A photograph of two African American women standing in front of the steps to a house. The one on the left wears a pearl necklace and earrings, holding a cane. The one on the right wears a patterned dress and holds a book. On the reverse, "Mrs. Sue Fity, Aunt Lucy" is handwritten.
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