Scurlock Photographers of Washington DC were National Treasures -Interview with Annie King Phillips

By Lonnie Dawkins Annie King Phillips reflects on her memories of classmate George Scurlock, son of photographer Addison Scurlock.  The Scurlocks captured Washington, DC in pictures during the early part of the 20th Century. Ms. Phillips, a renown collage artist talked about photography and the Scurlock family.  Addison Scurlock and J.P. Ball are my favorite photographersContinue reading “Scurlock Photographers of Washington DC were National Treasures -Interview with Annie King Phillips”

Vietnam Veteran Memorial Wall – Remembering those who served.

It was a beautiful but cold fall day when ceremonies and remembrances took place honoring those who gave their lives in the Vietnam War.  On Veterans Day 2011 in Washington, DC. dignitaries were on hand as well as veterans and family and friends of the fallen.   The most moving part is seeing the tributesContinue reading “Vietnam Veteran Memorial Wall – Remembering those who served.”

Annie King Phillips discusses Scurlock Contribution to Washington, DC photography. Images of Black Washington

Watch Video Annie Phillips King a Washingtion, DC native speaks highly of the Scurlock Family of photographers and their contribution to Washington. According to her if your picture was in their window you had arrived or at least knew where the Pearly Gates were.

The Scurlock Studio Exhibit at Smithsonian a Must-See

Have you heard of Addison Scurlock and his sons George and Robert? Very few people have and that is a shame! In my opionion the Scurlocks are among the greatest American photographers PERIOD!! The Scurlocks photographed EVERYONE during their time which spanned the early 1900s to around 1994.

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