Source: The Story of a Rising Race
Source type: book
Document type: photograph
Document title: “J. B. Parker”
Image size (in source, approx. h x w): unknown
Author(s): anonymous [photograph]; Pipkin, J. J. [book]
Publisher: N. D. Thompson Publishing Company
Place of publication: none given
Year of publication: 1902
|“J. B. Parker.” The Story of a Rising Race. By J. J. Pipkin. [n.p.]: N. D. Thompson Publishing, 1902: p. 449.|
|full image of photograph|
|James B. Parker (photographs).|
|Leon Czolgosz [in notes]; William McKinley [in notes].|
Title herein taken from caption.
Descriptive text accompanying the photograph reads as follows: “The Colored Man Who Captured Czolgosz, the Assassin of President McKinley.”
From title page: The Story of a Rising Race: The Negro in Revelation, in History and in Citizenship: What the Race Has Done and Is Doing in Arms, Arts, Letters, the Pulpit, the Forum, the School, the Marts of Trade and with Those Mighty Weapons in the Battle of Life, the Shovel and the Hoe: A Message to All Men That He Is in the Way to Solve the Race Problem for Himself.
From title page: By Rev. J. J. Pipkin; with Introduction by Gen. John B. Gordon, Former Major-General Confederate Army, United States Senator from Georgia, Ex-Commander United Confederate Veterans, Author “War Reminiscences,” Etc.
J. B. Parker