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African American Preachers and PoliticsThe Careys of Chicago$

Dennis C. Dickerson

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9781604734270

Published to University Press of Mississippi: March 2014

DOI: 10.14325/mississippi/9781604734270.001.0001

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African American Preachers and Politics
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University Press of Mississippi

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Archibald J. Carey Sr., ca. 1920. Used with permission of the Department of Research and Scholarship, African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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Elizabeth Davis Carey, ca. 1920. Used with permission of the Department of Research and Scholarship, African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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Archibald J. Carey Sr., ca. 1910. Used with permission of the Chicago History Museum; ICHi-31007.

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Elizabeth Davis Carey, ca. 1890. Courtesy of Eloise Carey Bishop, late 1940s. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton. Dorothy E. Patton.

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Eloise Carey Bishop, late 1940s. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton.

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Wedding of Shelton Hale Bishop and Eloise Carey (center), 1919. Next to Eloise is Annabel Carey Prescott. At right (left to right): Hutchens Chew Bishop, Elizabeth Davis Carey, Archibald J. Carey Sr., Archibald J. Carey Jr. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton.

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Archibald J. Carey Jr., ca. 1924. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton.

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Archibald J. Carey Jr., ca. 1960. Used with permission of the Chicago History Museum; ICHi-31010.

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Hazel Harper Carey, ca. 1960s. Used with permission of the Department of Research and Scholarship, African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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Wedding of Hazel Harper and Archibald J. Carey Jr. (center), ca. 1930. Next to Carey are Elizabeth Davis Carey and Archibald J. Carey Sr. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton.

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(left to right) Annabel Carey Prescott, Archibald J. Carey Jr., Hazel Harper Carey, Carolyn Carey, ca. 1950s. Used with permission of the Chicago History Museum; ICHi-31009; photograph by N. M. Lofton.

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AME Bishops Council, Detroit, 1926. Archibald J. Carey Sr. is third from right. Used with permission of the Department of Research and Scholarship, African Methodist Episcopal Church.

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Archibald J. Carey Sr. (sixth from the left) with President Calvin Coolidge, June 9, 1927. Bishop William T. Vernon is standing to Carey’s right; Bishop William D. Johnson and Bishop William H. Heard are standing to Coolidge’s right. Used with permission of the Chicago History Museum; ICHi-31006.

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Archibald J. Carey Jr. (seated, front) at the Sherman Hotel, Chicago, mid-1950s. (left to right): Fannie Mae Taylor, Carey’;s secretary at Quinn Chapel; Dorothy E. Patton, Carey’;s niece; Demetrios Maktos, friend from the United Nations; Dorothy Carey Patton; Annabel Carey Prescott; Geraldine Tillison, Carey’;s secretary at his law firm. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton.

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(left to right) Archibald J. Carey Jr., Dorothy Patton, Martin Luther King Jr., July 22, 1957. Used with permission of the Chicago History Museum; ICHi-31012.

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Children of Archibald J. Carey Sr. and Elizabeth Davis Carey, September 1966. (standing, left to right): Archibald J. Carey Jr., Madison Carey Sr.; (seated, left to right): Dorothy Carey Patton, Eloise Carey Bishop, Annabel Carey Prescott. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton.

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Archibald J. Carey Jr. (third from the left) with President Dwight D. Eisenhower, ca. 1960. Used with permission of the Chicago History Museum; ICHi-31008.

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Archibald J. Carey Jr. in his judge’s chambers at the Chicago Civic Center, 1970s. Courtesy of Dorothy E. Patton.

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(left to right) Russell DeBow, Archibald J. Carey Jr., Jesse W. Cotton, ca. 1970s. Courtesy of Jesse W. Cotton.