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Bulldog photo courtesy of Westinghouse High School. 

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Charles “Teenie” Harris, Protestors on North Braddock Ave and Meade Street in Homewood… 2001.35.3019


Charles “Teenie” Harris, WHS student Ulysses Wall holding “The Alchemist” picture with science teacher Mr. Seate and principle Paul Felton… 2001.35.1232


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Charles “Teenie” Harris, Men, including William “Bouie” Haden in center, and women, picking in front of Giant Eagle grocery store… 2001.35.1074


Charles “Teenie” Harris, Protest outside Giant Eagle Market, including William “Bouie” Haden wearing plaid shirt and facing away… 2001.35.4619

Charles “Teenie” Harris, Men, including William “Bouie” Haden on right, gathered on sidewalk in front of Hick’s Family Groceries… 2001.35.4682

Charles “Teenie” Harris, Belmar Dairy Store with broadsides for Boy Scouts and NAACP boycott in window, 1030 North Lang Avenue… 2001.35.8524

Charles “Teenie” Harris, Black Panther Manifesto pasted on window in Homewood… 2001.35.4664

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​ Pellegrino, C. (2007). Memories of a Foregone Era: Burton, Dimperio, Muslin, Malins, Webb: The Storied History of Football at Westinghouse High School. Tarentum, PA: Word Association Publishers, 2007, pp. 19-20.

Photographs:

Charles “Teenie” Harris- Westinghouse High School basketball players, posed from left: Bill Peatross, Tom DeStefano, Ed Fleming, Maurice Stokes, John Miller, Bob McMasters, and Larry Prunty. 2001.35.6107


Charles “Teenie” Harris- Basketball game, possibly between Westinghouse and Fifth Avenue High School, with players jumping at hoop. 1996.69.486