Second generation in the Mutual dynasty
African American business enterprises.
Clipping from a newspaper or other publication. Photograph shows men and women posing in front of home. Essay states photo is from meeting of South Carolina Negro Underwriters Association in Chester, S.C., April 1939. Identified in photo: W.O. Harvey; Kelly M. Harvey; W.A. Clement; Mrs. D.H. Babcock; A.J. Clement, Jr.; C.H. Hammond; A.A. Alston; James Bolden; C.W. Leathers; Whitley Bolden. All are second-generation N.C. Mutual employees.
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company.
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company Archives
Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, Duke University.
Archives, Records, and History Center, North Carolina Central University.
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United States, North Carolina, Durham County (N.C.), Durham (N.C.)
North Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Company., “Second generation in the Mutual dynasty,” Duke Library Exhibits, accessed May 25, 2013, http://exhibits.library.duke.edu/items/show/4241.