Color image of a bust of Frank Boyd in St. Paul’s Frank Boyd Park, 2016.

Bust of Frank Boyd in St. Paul’s Frank Boyd Park

Bust of Frank Boyd in St. Paul’s Frank Boyd Park, 2016. Photographed by Paul Nelson.

Black and white photograph of A. Philip Randolph, 1920. Courtesy New York Public Library.

A. Philip Randolph

A. Philip Randolph, 1920. Courtesy New York Public Library.

Black and white photograph of Pullman porter Dewey Jackson, c.1955.

Pullman porter Dewey Jackson

Pullman porter Dewey Jackson, c.1955.

Black and white photograph of Pullman porter Wade Hamilton, c.1920.

Pullman porter Wade Hamilton

Pullman porter Wade Hamilton, c.1920.

Black and white photograph of a Frank Boyd testimonial dinner, with A. Philip Randolph standing, 1951.

Frank Boyd testimonial dinner

Frank Boyd testimonial dinner, with A. Philip Randolph standing, 1951.

Black and white photograph of Frank Boyd, c.1951.

Frank Boyd

Frank Boyd, c.1951.

Boyd, Frank (1881–1962)

Frank Boyd was a celebrated organizer in Minnesota for the country’s most influential African American labor union, the Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters, from 1926 to 1951.

Black and white publicity photograph of Hilda Simms, c.1955.

Publicity photograph of Hilda Simms

A publicity photograph of Hilda Simms, c.1955.

Black and white promotional photograph of Hilda Simms for the film Black Widow, 1954.

Hilda Simms Promotional Photograph for "Black Widow"

A promotional photograph of Hilda Simms for the film Black Widow, 1954.

Black and white photograph of Hilda Simms (right) posed with one of her younger sisters, Laura, c.1955.

Hilda Simms and a younger sister

Hilda Simms (right) posed with one of her younger sisters, Laura, c.1955.

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