John Lee Hooker Drive in Clarksdale.
Cotton is a soft, fluffy staple fiber that grows in a boll, or protective capsule.
Dog in a parking lot hungry in the poorest region of the Delta, Shaw Ms.
Parking lot puppy dog just looking for love.
The Old Catholic Church on Chiz Street, Shaw MS
White door, red brick building, boarded up on Main Street, Shaw MS
King Edward VII struck down Queen Victoria's ban on smoking at court with the now-infamous words, gentlemen, you may smoke.
Behind buildings that are crumbled in Shaw, you can find art and color.
The back streets of Shaw where David Honeyboy Edwards was born June 28, 1915, in Shaw, Mississippi. There he taught himself how to play the guitar.
Flag over McEvans High School, lights on at dusk.
Hwy 61 at dusk
Only 48 miles to Clarksdale, dont leave at 4:30 or you'll be late.
Only 48 miles to Clarksdale, dont leave at 4:30 or you ll be late.
Cotton Truck rollin down Hwy 61 through Clarksdale
The Mississippi Delta
Telephone Poles become rows of crosses in an empty town of Shaw.
The median income for a household in the city of Shaw was $18,878
The blues trail runs through Shaw were many muscicians have performed
The new Shaw Police Headquarters. Walk ins welcome.
Old Police Station in Shaw, Mississippi
The new Shaw Police Headquarters on White Oak Street. Walk ins are welcome!
Lock up chain. The new Shaw police headquarters.
Students sit outside of class at Shaw High School
Shaw High School Gym, One of the Poorest Cities in America
The name Shaw derived from an old Indian tribe northeast of this region. The Shaw Hawks Gymnasium
The oldest wooden bleachers in America at Shaw High School
Air Conditioning at Shaw High School Gym. One of the poorest schools in America