Martin Luther King at Highlander’s 25th anniversary; 1957.
The Wisconsin Historical Society, which houses much of Highlander’s historical material, has recently put several hundred photographs from the Highlander archives online. The pictures date from Highlander’s founding to the 1960s.
To see the photographs, click here.
If you participated in Highlander programs or worked at Highlander from the 1930s to the 1960s, you can help us identify people in the pictures. If you recognize someone, please do the following:
- Click on the “Send Feedback” link in the lower-right corner of the page on which the picture is displayed
- Then click on the “Ask a question or leave feedback” link on the Contact page and fill out the form
When you send information, please include the caption and the “Image ID” number (which you can find by clicking on the picture to enlarge it).
We appreciate the Historical Society’s ongoing efforts to digitize the Highlander photographs, and the work of Thorsten Horton and Charis Horton, Myles Horton’s son and daughter, who have helped identify pictures in the collection.