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This is a xeroxed photo of Harlem CORE, Doris Innis, Her work is highly significant in terms of the documentation of Harlem CORE's history and philosophy.
She was the editor for all of its publications, from its earliest newsletters, 'New York…

This is a xeroxed photo of Elaine Parker taken approx. 1970-1971. At the time, she was running for Adam Clayton Powell's old seat as district leader in the 74th Assembly District Part A. Her candidacy was endorsed by Harlem CORE. Her political party…

This is a xeroxed photo of a pre-CORE Roy Innis, 1958. In the photo, he is working at the Bronx studio of the photographer responsible for the photo, Austin Hansen. Mr. Hansen relocated to 135th st. up the street from the CORE offices. The woman with…

This is a xeroxed photo of Harlem CORE members in their office space, taken during the mid-late 1970's. The woman on the right with the dark blazer and afro is wearing a CORE pin in her lapel.

This is a xeroxed photo of Harlem CORE's day care center workers and children, presumably taken in the mid-late 1970's.

A photo of the CORE magazine cover from 1970. This was their national newsletter/magazine after Innis took power. James Farmer, Floyd McKissick and Innis, the Black national chairmen of CORE are shown here on red, black and green background, the…

A photo of Rights and Reviews cover (1967 issue), Harlem CORE's in house journal, edited by Doris Innis. This issue contains a piece by Annette Rubinstein who at the time was an NYU instructor. It also contains an essay on Harlem CORE's proposal…

A photo of Rights and Reviews cover (1966 issue), Harlem CORE's in house journal, edited by Doris Innis. This special issue is titled 'The Black Power Issue' and marks the beginning of the chapter becoming a Black nationalist group.

A photo of Rights and Reviews cover ( 1964 issue), Harlem CORE's in house journal, edited by Doris Funnye (aka Doris Innis). This issue contains a poem by Leroi Jones (aka Amiri Baraka) and an article by Doris' brother, Clarence Funnye, just before…

A xeroxed photo of Roy Innis' son, Alexander Innis, and a poem he wrote at age 13. In 1972, members of Harlem CORE were arrested for assaulting two students from Alex 's high school who were believed to have attacked him.
He was tragically shot…