Julian Bond and his sister Jane Marguerite Bond are being "dedicated to scholarship" by scholars Dr. W.E.B. DuBois, Dr. Edward Franklin Frazier, and Julian's father Dr. Horace Mann Bond; Front row, L. to R.: Horace Julian Bond and Jane Marguerite Bond; Back row, L. to R.: Dr. W.E.B. DuBois, Dr. E. Franklin Frazier, and Dr. Horace Mann Bond, ca. 1943. On this occasion, Jane is "dedicated to be the mother of scholars."
Julian Bond, pictured with entertainer and activist Paul Robeson, his sister, Jane Bond and daughter of university Dean, Dr. J. Newton Hill after Robeson's concert at Lincoln University, Pennsylvania; L. to R.: Jane Marguerite Bond, Sylvia Hill, Paul Robeson (seated), and Julian Bond, ca. 1950. Robeson's father, a former slave, had gone on to graduate from Lincoln University.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Julian Bond, Ralph Abernathy, and others planning civil rights strategy at the Davis Brothers Cafeteria; Clockwise from bottom left: Dr. King's brother, Rev. A. D. Williams King (facing away), unidentified waitress, Julian Bond's brother, James Bond (standing), Julian Bond (standing), Rev. Ralph David Abernathy (seated), and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Selma, Alabama, spring, 1965.
Julian Bond at age nineteen with his family in photo on a Christmas card; L to R: Bond's mother, Julia Agnes Washington Bond, brother, James Bond, Julian Bond, sister, Jane Marguerite Bond and father, Dr. Horace Mann Bond, Atlanta, Georgia, 1959.
Julian Bond (right) referees an exhibition boxing match between Atlanta Mayor Maynard Jackson (standing with arms raised), and boxing champ Muhammad Ali, Atlanta, Georgia, 1975. Ali would later say he was dazed by Jackson's 'droopy shorts'.
Georgia State Senator Julian Bond, U.S. Senator Edward Kennedy and Yancy Martin, head of the Southern Elections Fund, at a fundraiser for the SEF, ca. 1970s. The Southern Elections Fund is a political action committee that contributed to African American and liberal white candidates running for public office in the South.
Georgia State Representative Julian Bond tours the poverty-stricken Vine City area of his legislative district, Atlanta, Georgia, 1968. Photograph by Vernon Merritt; originally published in 'Life' magazine.
Boyd Family At 25th Anniversary PartyFamily picture at Barbara and Ted Boyd's 25th wedding anniversary (left to right): Mother Alberta Andry, daughter Karen, Ted Boyd, Barbara Boyd, son Brian, mother-in-law James L. Boyd, son Darren, and in front, grandson Dwayne.
Boyd Family PortraitBoyd family portrait, bottom row (left to right): grandson Brian, granddaughter Natasha, and grandson Antoine. Middle row (left to right): son Brian, son Brian, and grandson Dwayne. Top row (left to right): husband Ted, daughter Karen, Barbara Boyd, and son Roberto.
Boyd Inducted Into Indianapolis Journalism Hall Of FameAward presented to Barbara Boyd by the Indiana Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists on the occasion of her induction into the Indiana Journalism Hall of Fame, April 15, 2000.
(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.