(1992) Leo Branton, Jr. and his brothers Wiley's widow.Leo Branton, Jr. and his brothers Wiley's widow on there way to President Clinton's inaugural ball.Caption: Leo Branton, Jr. and his Brother’s WidowLegend: Branton and his brother Wiley Branton's widow prior to leaving for President Clinton's inaugural ball.
(April 5, 1994) Leo Branton, Jr. Jack Tenor and a southern civil rights activist whose name is unknown.Leo Branton with his dear friend Jack Tenor who he tried cases with in Tennesse and a southern civil rights activist whose name is unknown
Leo Branton, Jr. Jack Tenor and a southern civil rights activist whose name is unknown.Close-up Leo Branton, Jr. with his dear friend Jack Tenor who he tried cases with in Tennesse and a southern civil rights activist whose name is unknownCaption: Leo Branton, Jr. and Jack Tenor at a Civil Rights Forum Legend: Branton, left, and his close friend Jack Tenor listen to a Civil Rights speaker.
Leo Branton's parentsLeo Branton's parents in Pine Bluff, Arkansas just after they were married and before he was born.Caption: Leo Branton, Jr.'s ParentsLegend: Branton’s parents, Leo Branton, Sr. and Pauline Wiley, in Pine Bluff, Arkansas just after they were married.
Leo Branton's home in Rosarito, Mexico.Leo Branton owns two homes in the Rosamar development that he supervised and was financed by his clientsCaption: Leo Branton, Jr.'s Home in Rosarito, MexicoLegend: Branton’s home in the Rosamar development of Rosarito, Mexico. Branton also supervised the building of this development.
Rosa Parks with the President of Soko University in Japan.The president of the Soko University sent Rosa Parks and her foundation to visit the campus in Japan at his expenseLeo Branton was once asked to present an award to Corretta Scott-King at the California campus of Soko UniversityCaption: Rosa Parks and the President of Soko UniversityLegend: Soko University honored Ms. Parks for her Civil Rights work. Leo Branton, Jr. and Rosa Parks became close friends.
A Courtroom Drawing of Leo BrantonA Courtroom Drawing of Leo Branton done by Bill Lignante who was the courtroom artist for NBC who drew the picture to show that Leo Branton did not take notes during a trialCaption: A Courtroom Drawing of Leo Branton, Jr.Legend: Bill Lignante, a former courtroom artist for NBC, drew this picture to show Branton during a trial.
(1960) Leo Branton and his wife Jerri Branton Tennessee State UniversityLeo Branton wearing his Juris Doctor robe and his wife Jerri Branton at Tennessee State University where he was invited for the commencement address Caption: Leo Branton, Jr. and his Wife, Jerri BrantonLegend: The Brantons in 1960 at Tennessee State University. Leo Branton, Jr. was invited to give the commencement address.