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Eugene Parks and His Family

Eugene Parks and His Family | Photograph | Wisconsin Historical Society
Eugene (Gene) Parks with his wife and children relaxing outdoors. From left to right are Kendra Parks, Marilyn Park, Wendy Parks, Stacey Parks, Reggie Parks (the baby) and Eugene Parks. Parks had a long career in Madison politics, often as a champion of civil rights issues. He was president of the local NAACP chapter from 1975-1979.
DESCRIPTION
Eugene (Gene) Parks with his wife and children relaxing outdoors. From left to right are Kendra Parks, Marilyn Park, Wendy Parks, Stacey Parks, Reggie Parks (the baby) and Eugene Parks. Parks had a long career in Madison politics, often as a champion of civil rights issues. He was president of the local NAACP chapter from 1975-1979.
RECORD DETAILS
Image ID:34584
Creation Date:April 14 1975
Creator Name:Sandell, David
City:Madison
County:Dane
State:Wisconsin
Collection Name:Capital Times negatives and photographs taken by David Sandell, 1958-2000
Genre:Photograph
Original Format Type:negative, original
Original Format Number:PH 6017, Box 26
Original Dimensions:35mm
SUBJECTS
Outdoor photography
Clothing and dress
Coats
Dresses
Shoes
Women
Lawns
African Americans
Children
Family
Infants
Men
Mothers
Portraits, Group

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