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.
Jane Hankins, wife of Mammoth Life & Accident Insurance president Junius E. Hankins, gives a speech at an undated event. Junius E. Hankins is sitting and watching the speech, and an unidentified African American woman stands behind the podium.
Julius Price, Sr., president of Mammoth Life and Accident Insurance Company, surrounded by three African-American Boy Scouts and two African-American Cub Scouts from the Shawnee District in Louisville, Kentucky.
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."