Scurlock Photographers Captured The Dignified Face of a Harsh Age
Image courtesy of the Archives Center, National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution.
Scurlock men loved beauty. A dad and two sons, they prowled this city
with their Graflex cameras, pointing and clicking from morning into the
deep night. Through their cameras, the world looked sweet, even lush.
Never mind that a good amount of their work was done from the 1920s
through the 1950s, when much of black America was enduring a daily
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