Benjamin Lawson Hooks papers, Preservation and Special Collections Department, University of Memphis Libraries
Press release attached: "NAACP Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins (second from right) congratulates lawyers and greets delegation from Alabama following argument in the United States Supreme Court contesting the $100,000 contempt of court fine levied against the NAACP by an Alabama Judge. Shown here in a reception room of Court House are, left to right, Emory Co. Jackson, editor, The Birmingham World; W.c. Patten, former president of the Alabama State NAACP; Frank Reeves, Washington attorney; Robert L. Carter, NAACP general counsel, who prsented the case to the court; Arthur D. Shores, Birmingham attorney; Mrs. Ruby Hurley, NAACP southeast regional secretary; mr. Wilkins; and John Leflore, former president, Mobile NAACP branch."
Sorrell, Maurice, "Roy Wilkins with NAACP Lawyers after Supreme Court Decision" (2021). Benjamin Lawson Hooks Papers images. 417.
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.