The black and white photographs of SC civil right photographer Cecil Williams are being shown at the South Carolina State Library. Here Williams is pictured with a photograph he took of his mentor, John W. Goodwin, and his wife Susan.
The black and white photographs of SC civil right photographer Cecil Williams are being shown at the South Carolina State Library. Here Williams is pictured with a photograph he took of his mentor, John W. Goodwin, and his wife Susan. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com
The black and white photographs of SC civil right photographer Cecil Williams are being shown at the South Carolina State Library. Here Williams is pictured with a photograph he took of his mentor, John W. Goodwin, and his wife Susan. Tracy Glantz tglantz@thestate.com

The man who captured SC’s civil rights history, one photo at a time

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