A black and white image of two African American women and three African American men, members of the Student Government Association, sitting at a desk. The women are wearing dresses and the men are wearing suits. A sign sitting on top of the desk reads, "The secrecy of my job prevents me from knowing what I am doing." Also sitting on top of the desk are papers, trays, and a telephone. The people are identified as follows, from left to right: Bettye Allen, Secretary; Oscar Pendleton, Treasurer; Earle Patrick, President; Regnald E. Moore, Vice-president; Patricia Bryant, Assistant secretary. On the back of the photograph is also a yearbook photo stamp and a stamp that reads, "Photo by Theodore Johnson, Bethune-Cookman College, Daytona Beach, Florida."
Black and white photography -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Students -- African Americans -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Women -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Men -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Desks -- Photographs; Suits (Clothing) -- Photographs; Dresses -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs; Telephones -- Photographs; Student organizations -- Florida -- Daytona Beach -- Photographs
Number of Images
Side of Image
Front of Postcard
Bethune-Cookman University Photograph Collection
Size of Original Image
21 cm. x 25 cm.
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Electronically reproduced by the Digital Services unit of the University of Central Florida Libraries, Orlando, 2009.
LSTA Grant 2008-2009
Digital Reproduction Specifications
Jpeg2000 images were derived from 400 dpi tiffs scanned on a Kodak i200 series flatbed scanner.
"Student Government Association members" (1966). Images of Central Florida. 1726.