O.N. Pruitt (right) with son Lambuth (left) and Pruitt’s brother Jim. Lambuth later worked as a photographer in Jackson, Mississippi, as did Jim in nearby Starkville, circa 1925. Photo courtesy of UNC Libraries
Berkley Hudson ’03 (PhD) was obsessed with preserving decades-old photographs that uncovered the truth about his hometown. Now they’re part of UNC’s Southern Historical Collection.
by Janine Latus
This is a story of two…
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