unknown, fl. 1939-1945; [Photograph of four African Americans at Prince Hall Shriners event]
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One undated black and white photograph of four African Americans. Image is of two men in military uniforms sitting with two women at a table. There are names written on the bottom edge identifying the individuals (from left to right) as Glen, Kaye, Euclyn, and Teddy. A crowd of people is in the background. Several people in the background wear fez hats embroidered with the Prince Hall Shriners insignia.
The Prince Hall Shriners are a society, which follows principles of the Masonic order.
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