1. African American children praying, 1940s

Box 1
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Back side: Hayti Shoe Repair Shop, Selective Service, S.W. Shaw prop., phone R-4601, 713 Fayetteville St. Durham N.C.

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713 Fayetteville was part of a commercial building constructed around 1930. It was originally home to Max Zuckerman meat market; then College View Shoe Repair, later renamed Hayti Shoe Repair (around 1941); H Sport Shop (1957); Palms Beauty Salon (1959); Modern Beauty Salon (1968). The building was demolished around 1972. (http://www.opendurham.org/buildings/713-717-fayetteville)

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