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Page 14, Section 2 of the The Louisville Defender published on Thursday, February 11, 1965 that appears to be an ad taken out by the Mammoth Life and Insurance Company for its 50th anniversary under President Junius E. Hankins.

A panoramic photograph of African-American life insurance agents, including (from left to right) Rev. J.H. Taylor, [?] Howard, Wash. Jordan Jr., Bernice McMurray, Rosa Vocum, an unidentified woman, W.R. Taylor, Hayes Bransford, A. Douglas Doss,…

2017.23.8_A. D. Doss (1984) by Sam Jurige.jpg
A pastel portrait of the second president of Mammoth Life, Arthur Douglass Doss, known as A. D. Doss.

2017.23.3_W. H. Wright (1984) by Sam Jurige.jpeg
A pastel portrait of President William H. Wright. He served as the first co-president along with Henry Hall.

2017.23.2_Henry E. Hall (Undated) by Sam Jurige.jpg
A pastel portrait of President Henry E. Hall. He was the first co-president of Mammoth Life with William H. Wright.

An unidentified group of African-American men and women standing on the steps in front of home office of Maammoth Life and Accident Insurance Company.

An unidentified group of African-American men, women, and children near, or inside, a parade float promoting Mammoth Life insurance policies for children.


An unidentified group of American-American men and women with the inscription, "Mammoth Agents in front of Home Office."

The second president of Mammoth Life Arthur Douglass Doss—known as A. D. Doss—sitting in a chair in an office. The inscription on the back of the photograph reads, "Mr. Arthur D. Doss 2nd President Co."

Front view of the Louisville district office on 38th & Broadway.
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