File:Postcard of the lynched Will Stanley front and back.jpg

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English: The charred body of Will Stanley, lynched by burning in Temple, Texas, July 29-30, 1915.

The card bears the advertising stamp, "KATY ELECTRIC STUDIO TEMPLE TEXAS. H. LIPPE PROP." Inscribed in brown ink: 'This is the Barbecue we had last night my picture is to the left with a cross over it your son Joe." References

Source The Crisis
Author W.E.B. DuBois, editor


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current13:44, 23 February 2009Thumbnail for version as of 13:44, 23 February 20091,957 × 2,498 (4.87 MB)Peter Isotalo (talk | contribs){{Information |Description={{en|1=The body of mentally retarted 17-year-old Jesse Washington after he was beaten with shovels and bricks, castrated, had his ears and fingers cut off and finally burned alive. His body is here hanging on display in Robinson
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