From the very early days of the NAACP’s work securing the right to vote for African Americans has been at the forefront of the organization’s goals. This effort has taken many forms and produced a wide range of documentation. The images in this collection come from the files of Professor Larry Gibson and are made available through his generosity.
Copyright may be present in the media and photograph collections. Researchers are responsible for resolving any copyright issues prior to publication for any reproduction or quoted material. Cite as: NAACP materials, The Papers of Professor Larry Gibson. Thurgood Marshall Law Library, the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School of Law.