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by R. C. Hickman
This remarkable book reproduces more than 100 photographs taken by .
This remarkable book reproduces more than 100 photographs taken by . Hickman, a professional photographer whose work provides a fascinating visual record of life in Dallas' black community during the three decades following World War I. A self-trained photographer who later became an official Army photographer, Hickman eventually joined the staff of the Dallas Star Post and did work for several national publications.
Behold the People: . Hickman's Photographs of Black Dallas, 1949–1961. Barker Texas History Center Series. Texas State Historical Association, 1995. ISBN 0-87611-136-3 ). References. Archived from the original on 2002-12-27. Retrieved September 30, 2008. Hickman's Photographs of Black Dallas, 1949–1961, by . Texas State Historical Association, February 1995.
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