From the Collection of Inez Glenn
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Four images and artifact pertaining to Mrs. Inez Glenn. The first time is a studio portrait of Inez Glenn.; The second image is a hand tinted photograph of a church choir.; The third image is of the choir at Mt. Olive CME Church.; The third image is of a contract that Mrs. Glenn signed from 1931.; Mrs. Inez Glenn was born in Hernando, Desoto County, Mississippi. She moved to Memphis in the 1910s and became a community leader in the South Parkway neighborhood. She was also an early founding member of the Mt. Olive CME Church.
Digital Image (c) 2011 Earnestine Jenkins Collection of African American-African Diaspora Photographs. All rights reserved. No unauthorized duplication or transmission permitted. Contact the rights holder: Arts & Visual Cultures of Africa and the African Diaspora, Department of Art, University of Memphis.
"Memphis 20th Century: Inez Glenn" (2021). Earnestine Jenkins Collection of Historical African American-African Diaspora Photographs. 61.