United States-South Carolina-Georgetown County-Georgetown; African-Americans; Men-Clothing; Women-Clothing; Photographs-Portraits
Melvin Rogers Hudson (1897-1969) and Wilhemina "Willie" Commander Hudson on their wedding day in 1919. The couple had three children: Samuel, Bernard and Altamez and live at 408 Wood Street in Georgetown, South Carolina.
United States-South Carolina-Georgetown County-Georgetown; African-Americans; Men; Photographs-Color
Samuel Hudson (1921-2006), stands with his son, Patrick Hudson at the unveiling of a portrait of himself. Samuel Hudson was a distinguished leader of the African-American community in Georgetown County. After serving with the United States Marine...
United States-Georgetown County-Georgetown; African-Americans; Children; Photographs-Portraits
Samuel Bosket Hudson (1921-2006), age 2, stands in a chair for a photo. He was the son of the Reverend Melvin and Wilhelmina Commander Hudson. He attended Georgetown County schools and graduated from Howard High School in 1939. He attended...
United States-Georgetown County-Georgetown; African-Americans; Men; Photographs-Portraits
Samuel Hudson poses for a studio portrait. Hudson was born on June 11, 1921 in Georgetown, South Carolina. The portrait is signed, "To Sara- A sweet sweetheart, Samuel B. Hudson". Samuel and Sara Hudson were married for sixty-three years before...
United States-South Carolina-Georgetown County-Georgetown; African-Americans; Men; Women; Photographs-Portraits
Vincent Hudson (1820-1905) and his wife, Mary Morning Fillmore Hudson (1828-1907) pose for a early portrait. They were the paternal great-grandparents of Samuel B. Hudson. They lived in the Kent area of Georgetown County.