Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray became the first African American woman ordained as an Episcopal priest on January 8, 1977 at the Washington National Cathedral.
A black-and-white photograph of Rev. Dr. Pauli Murray being ordained as an Episcopal priest. Murray is at center facing an elderly priest on the left side of the photograph. The elderly priest is handing Murray a bible. They are surrounded by additional men in women dressed in clergy robes. Men dressed in suits and woman dressed formally are in the foreground and background. The photograph is stamped and inscribed on the back.
A black-and-white photograph of H.D. Woodson High School drum major Victor Fuller doing a 360 degree flip during the 25th anniversary of Brown versus Board of Education victory march to the U.S. Capitol. The photograph is stamped on the back.
The National Park Service unveils the National Council of Negro Women (NCNW) Mary McLeod Bethune memorial statue in Lincoln Park [between Northeast and Southeast] Washington. I climbed up some Park Service scaffolding to get this shot. The workers looked the other way—they knew I wasn’t supposed to be up there. I got the best photos that day.
Milton Williams, Moments in Time, 1973-1993 (Nashville: James C. Winston Publishing Co., 1996), 51.
A black-and-white photograph of a large crowd of people gathered in Lincoln Park for the unveiling of a statue of Mary McLeod Bethune. The photograph is attached to a thick mounting board. The board is stamped and inscribed on the back.