Eight Hillside High School Students Gathered Around a Desk in Hillside Chronicle Journalism Class

Abstract/Description: The students are conducting a mock interview, working with a typewriter and writing on notepads. Pictured, left to right, are E. B. Palmer (later the curator of the African American Cultural Complex in Raleigh), Winfred "Giant" Martin, Wilfred Kenny, Wilbert Tatum (later the owner of Amsterdam News), Sam Becton, Carl Bell, Carroll Jones Blood, and Alonzo "Sank" McCall.
Subject(s): Durham County (N.C.)
African Americans--North Carolina--Durham
Date Created: 1950