P.H. Polk Photography Exhibit
West Regional Library is hosting “Unframed Images,” an exhibition featuring 14 reproductions from the works of renowned African American photographer Prentice Herman “P. H.” Polk. Housed in Tuskegee Institute’s archives, the images have been exhibited at leading museums and galleries throughout the country. His photographs depict early 20th-century African Americans from all walks of life, including Martin Luther King Jr., George Washington Carver and farmworkers in rural Alabama.