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Davis Family Photos

Jackson and Corinne Davis

The educational expert Jackson Davis poses with his wife, Corinne Mansfield Davis, in a photograph taken in 1915. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rural, primarily African American schools in the South.

Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

Original Author: Unknown

Created: 1915

Medium: Photograph

Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections

Ruth Davis with Dog "Macon"

Ruth Davis poses with her dog, Macon, on September 4, 1925, her fourth birthday. The daughter of Corinne and Jackson Davis, she was photographed by her father. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rura, primarily African Americal schools n the South.

Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

Original Author: Jackson Davis

Created: September 4, 1925

Medium: Photograph

Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections

Helen and Ruth Davis

Helen Davis, at right, and her younger sister, Ruth, sit for a photograph by their father, Jackson Davis, in 1915. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rural, primarily African American schools in the South.

Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

Original Author: Jackson Davis

Created: 1915

Medium: Photograph

Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections

Corinne Davis

Corinne Mansfield Davis poses outdoors for her husband, Jackson Davis, in 1915. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rural, primarily African American schools in the South.

Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

Original Author: Jackson Davis

Created: 1915

Medium: Photograph

Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections

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  • Jackson and Corinne Davis

    The educational expert Jackson Davis poses with his wife, Corinne Mansfield Davis, in a photograph taken in 1915. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rural, primarily African American schools in the South.

    Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

    Original Author: Unknown

    Created: 1915

    Medium: Photograph

    Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections

  • Ruth Davis with Dog "Macon"

    Ruth Davis poses with her dog, Macon, on September 4, 1925, her fourth birthday. The daughter of Corinne and Jackson Davis, she was photographed by her father. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rura, primarily African Americal schools n the South.

    Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

    Original Author: Jackson Davis

    Created: September 4, 1925

    Medium: Photograph

    Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections

  • Helen and Ruth Davis

    Helen Davis, at right, and her younger sister, Ruth, sit for a photograph by their father, Jackson Davis, in 1915. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rural, primarily African American schools in the South.

    Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

    Original Author: Jackson Davis

    Created: 1915

    Medium: Photograph

    Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections

  • Corinne Davis

    Corinne Mansfield Davis poses outdoors for her husband, Jackson Davis, in 1915. In the first half of the twentieth century, Jackson Davis made about 6,000 photographs documenting the condition of rural, primarily African American schools in the South.

    Citation: Jackson Davis Papers, 1906–1947, Accession #3072, #3072-a, Special Collections, University of Virginia, Charlottesville, Va.

    Original Author: Jackson Davis

    Created: 1915

    Medium: Photograph

    Courtesy of University of Virginia Special Collections