A small black-and-white print of a woman in a floral patterned dress and a white collar with her arm around a young boy in a button down shirt and pants. He stands beside her while she sits. Adhered to the back of the photograph are two red one cent tax stamps featuring a portrait of George Washington.
This gelatin silver print depicts the Brown sisters walking between train tracks en route to Monroe Elementary, the segregated Black school closest to their home. The sisters walk between a passing or parked train and unoccupied train tracks which both recede into a vanishing point slightly above the tallest girl's head. Their backs are to the camera and both girls are captured mid-step in the image. The oldest sister, Linda, holds a brown bag lunch in her PR hand while the younger sister, Terry, holds a brown bag lunch in her PL hand. Both girls wear knee-length overcoats.