Voters in Peachtree, Alabama 1966

The caption reads, “Negroes flock to this polling place in rural, Blackbelt, Alabama 5/3, as they vote in large numbers for the first time in history. Typical of rural polling places is the “Sugar Shack” a small store in Wilcox County where Negroes out number whites almost 3 to 1.”

National Archives, Records of the United States Information Agency

Voters in Peachtree, Alabama