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Family, Page 58. Edwin Pratt takes a rare day off, and sits in his Shoreline back yard about 1960.
Family, Page 58. Edwin Pratt takes a rare day off, and sits in his Shoreline back yard about 1960.
Pratt Writings, Page 53. Edwin Pratt wrote an in-depth analysis of residential desegregation in Seattle about 1965.
Pratt Writings, Page 53. Edwin Pratt wrote an in-depth analysis of residential desegregation in Seattle about 1965.
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Pratt's Work, Page 29. Edwin T. Pratt found deep friendships with his Central Area Civil Rights Committee co-founders, Rev. John H. Adams, attorney Charles V. Johnson and Walter Hundley. Rev. Adams had moved away by the time Pratt was assassinated in January, 1969. He came back to Seattle in April, 1969 to honor Edwin and reflect on the future at the Urban League Annual Meeting. This is the handout copy of his speech.
Pratt's Work, Page 29. Edwin T. Pratt found deep friendships with his Central Area Civil Rights Committee co-founders, Rev. John H. Adams, attorney Charles V. Johnson and Walter Hundley. Rev. Adams had moved away by the time Pratt was assassinated in January, 1969. He came back to Seattle in April, 1969 to honor Edwin and reflect on the future at the Urban League Annual Meeting. This is the handout copy of his speech.
Family, Page 40. Edwin Pratt holds his daughter Miriam as she celebrates her fifth birthday in their Shoreline home, six weeks before he was assassinated. Also seen is photographer Jean Soliz's twin brother, Bruce Longnecker.
Family, Page 40. Edwin Pratt holds his daughter Miriam as she celebrates her fifth birthday in their Shoreline home, six weeks before he was assassinated. Also seen is photographer Jean Soliz's twin brother, Bruce Longnecker.
Ethelmarie Hubbard (BHS Archivist) and Miriam Pratt pose with the “Miriam Doll”. The doll’s clothes were made by Ethelmarie Hubbard, and the doll was displayed during the project affiliated art show, “Living the Dream, Dreaming the Life: Edwin Pratt in the 21st Century”, held in February 2019 at Shoreline City Hall, Shoreline, WA Photo Credit: Ken Winnick Ken@visualcognetics.com
Ethelmarie Hubbard (BHS Archivist) and Miriam Pratt pose with the “Miriam Doll”. The doll’s clothes were made by Ethelmarie Hubbard, and the doll was displayed during the project affiliated art show, “Living the Dream, Dreaming the Life: Edwin Pratt in the 21st Century”, held in February 2019 at Shoreline City Hall, Shoreline, WA Photo Credit: Ken Winnick Ken@visualcognetics.com

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