Dancers from St. Andrew Kim Catholic Mission Dedication Lakeland Park
Cast of School program "Wedding of the Painted Doll" at Lakeland School
Youth fundraising event at Embry AME Church circa 1949
Kidd Claiborne seated at the Walls home on Navahoe Street Standing rear is Carol Jean Matthews the other children are unknown
School picture of Gregory Lomax, Program at College Park Elementary School and and wedding reception of picture of Phillip Matthews of Laurel and Vera Johnson of Lakeland
5th grade age 10
Children of Clarence Gray Sr and Christine Conley Gray
Year end program for dance classes sponsored by Prince George's County Recreation Department at Lakeland Elementary School, Event held in school's multi purpose room.
Lakeland Elm. School Kindergarten field trip to University of Maryland animal barn
George "Pete" Walls
Jean Ann Gray 1st grade report card as student at Lakeland Elementary School
College Park Boy's Club Founded in 1952 as the Hollywood Hornets the organization change its name in 1955 to College Park Boys Club and held its first opening day celebration. By 1960 there were 600 members participating in basketball alone. In 1964 the group formally adopted the commitment to serve boys regardless of color.
Old fashioned games were part of the day's event during this Saturday of Heritage Weekend. The event took place at College Park Community Center
On grounds of home in Eastern Lakeland
Rear left to right Benay Gray, Avis Matthews, Carol Jean Matthews, Denise Stovall, Front Barrett Mathews, Stephany Gray
At play on a Lakeland street
Beach day with Wilmer Gross and her daughters Delphine and Maxine
Children at play at Sandy Point during church picnic outing
Children of Mary Weems and Harry Braxton Sr left to right are Joanne, Harry Jr aka Junior and Douglas aka Kilroy
Around 1935, these boys were photographed in their Sunday best, which included knickerbockers. “They’re wearing knockers,” commented Leonard Smith, who grew up in the era, upon seeing this photograph. “You were dressed up then.” In the rear is Henry “Buck” Johnson, and in the front row, far right, is Charles Dory. Dory as a teen was a star basketball player for Lakeland High School and went on to work as a cook for the railroad. He was also a deacon of the First Baptist Church of College Park. (Courtesy of the Randall family.)
At Embry AME Church Labor Day Picnic
Jennifer Campbell In her family home on Navahoe Street
In front of family car and garage
Wilmer Gross with daughters, Delphine and Maxine in front of family home in Lakeland.
McKinley Gray with son
Pack 1025 sponsored by First Baptist Church. Shown on the front lawn of pack leader, Harold Pitts in Lakeland.
Child's birthday party at the home of Mary Braxton and Harry Braxton Sr. Pictured are Douglas "Kilroy" Braxton and friend
age 5 Image of daughter of Earlene Williams
1945-46 School year photo
Janet Randall and Jacqueline Randall
Woman holding dog with young. Girl petting dog in Lakeland Park.
Grandson of Bill and Lucille Sharps pictured on the grounds of his grandparent's home in the eastern area of Lakeland
Lola Giles Brooks Cyrous with baby Violetta Sharps Jones
In the summer of 1944, neighbors enjoyed a day relaxing in the rural countryside of Lakeland. In this photograph, longtime neighbors proudly show off their newest neighbor, infant James "Little Jimmy" Edwards III. Sitting in the cornfield, from left to right, are Lola Giles, Viola Brooks, Cecelia Brooks, Gertrude Brooks, and Morris Crump. (Courtesy of Mary Hamlett Harding.)
Mary Day, Hattie Adams Williams,