Jessie M. Varner and Iantha Buchanan in front of C-CAP.
C-CAP [Church-Community Action Program] headquarters occupy a storefront on Fremont St., are (is?) flanked by modest dwellings that make up the largely-Negro Albina section. Jessie M. Varner (right) assistant director checks schedule with her helper, Iantha Buchanan, a schoolgirl released for daytime work through poverty program's Neighborhood Youth Center. She attends school at night. [Images from Presbyterian Life, 15 May 1967 article on Portland, Oregon, outreach to black youth and Albina neighborhood.]
Delano Photographics (Portland, Or.) (photographer)
1967May 15, 1967
African Americans--Missions--Oregon--Portland.City missions--Oregon--Portland.
Albina (Portland, Or.)
North and Central America
photograph : black-and-white ; 10 x 8 inches
ARCHIVES 74-0311; Presbyterian Historical Society, Philadelphia, PA
Presbyterian Life and AD Magazine records, 1950-1972.
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