Colored School, 1865 (Additional title: Aiken and Vicinity.) Negro mother teaching children numbers and alphabet in home of sharecropper, Transylvania, Louisiana, January 1939 Negroes kneeling at graves of their relatives, and being blessed by Priest with Holy Water, New Roads, La., 1938 These cotton hoers work from 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. for $1.00 near Clarksdale, Mississippi, June-July 1937. World's Work, Georgia farm, Athens, Ga., 1904 Wife and children of a Negro tenant farmer, Tupelo, Miss., Aug. 1935. Negro tenant farmer, Lee Co., Miss. Aug. 1935 Natchitoches, Louisiana. 1940 Bayou Bourbeaux Plantation operated by Bayou Bourbeaux Farmstead Association, a cooperative established through the cooperation of FSA; Natchitoches Parish, Louisiana, August 1940. Sharecroppers, Pulaski Co., Ark. Sunday in Little Rock, Ark., 1935. Blind street musicians, West Memphis, Arkansas, Sept. 1935. Children of sharecropper, near West Memphis, Arkansas, 1935. Star pupil, 82 years old, reading her lesson in adult class, Gee's Bend, Alabama, May 1939. Part of a Negro tenant family, on a farm near Greensboro, Alabama, May 1941 Sharecropper on Sunday, Little Rock, Ark., October 1935.