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Henry and Willa Adams Papers
Description: This photograph shows a group of unidentified women dressed in black inside a home, likely in Toledo, Ohio, from the Adams Family Papers. Four first names are included: Julia, Mable, Nancy and Renalda. Henry and Willa Adams moved to Toledo in 1942, from Florida and Georgia. Henry Adams was a shoemaker, a self-taught podiatrist, a real estate broker and a landlord; his wife, Willa, was a well-known caterer who worked for Toledo’s society matrons and prepared food for holiday parties and church events. View on Ohio Memory.
Image ID: MSS1297_B07F10_01
Subjects: African American women -- Ohio; Families--Ohio; Family life; Group portraits;
Places: Toledo (Ohio); Lucas County (Ohio)