Capturing Greenville: Henry Clay Anderson and Photography in the Deep South

Henry Clay Anderson in Army Uniform, ca. 1945.

© Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, gift of Charles Schwartz and Shawn Wilson

The Henry Clay Anderson collection of photographs is a stunning look into the lives of African Americans in Greenville, Mississippi. Unfortunately, we only have a small amount of information about the individuals featured in these amazing photographs. If you see a photograph, a place, object or individual that you recognize, please let us know via email NMAAHCimages@si.edu.