Henry Clay Anderson
Professional photographer who worked in Greenville, Mississippi under his own business called Anderson Photo Service. From the 1950's-70's he photographed his prosperous community and the day to day events of middle class African Americans who lived in his town.
His work is included in the newly formed National Museum of African American History and Culture, a part of the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC.
See his published works in his book:
SEPARATE, BUT EQUAL "Images from the Segregated South" with an essay by Clifton L. Taulbert
See these images featured in Big Chicks: