Album cover for public service radio announcements on racism produced by the Executive Council of the Episcopal Church, 1969.
An all-black bible school class in Dallas, 1950.
The Ohio Department of Christian Social Relations, 1954.
An all-white study group at St. Mary’s Junior College in Raleigh, 1957.
An integrated group of children at St. Augustine’s Church Summer Camp in Galveston, Texas, 1947.
Apprentices with children in Newark, New Jersey, at Youth Consultation Services, a member agency of the Episcopal Service for Youth, c. 1952.
A group from the integrated church of St. Stephen’s celebrating Palm Sunday in St. Louis, Missouri, 1957.
The Right Reverend John M. Burgess, c. 1967.
The Right Reverend Quintin Ebenezer Primo, Jr., c. 1970.
Position statement formulated in support of Black Power by the National Committee of Negro Churchmen, signed by nine Episcopalians including Suffragan Bishop Burgess of Massachusetts, 1966.