Withers' Home in the Media

The COURIER, Ernest C. Withers House Added to the National Register of Historic Places Click on magazine cover and go to page 7 to view article

Bluff City Life: Wed., 19 October: Honoring the 100th Birthday & Historic Work of Ernest C. Withers

Withers Historical Home Nominated as a National Historic Register Thursday April 28, 2022

President of LeMoyne-Owen College, Dr. Vernell Bennet-Fairs visit Ernest C. Withers Historical House.

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Negro/Black History Month February 21, 2022 She toured Ernest C. Withers Home Museum which houses the family’s personal collection of iconic photographs.

ABC/24 News: Collierville library hosts exhibit of work by iconic Memphis photographer Dr. Ernest C. Withers.

Withers’ son Andrew “Rome” Withers was on hand to talk about his father’s important work, and to sign copies of his book about his mother Dorothy Mae Withers.

Action News 5: Withers taught his sons the ropes of photography

“I was the person, you know, every time he shot a picture, he would pop a bulb out, I would be the one to go get the bulb and make sure there wasn’t any trash,” said Andrew Withers.

Fox 13 News: Exhibit opens to honor Memphian Ernest Withers

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“When he took a picture, what he would normally do, he would normally supply these pictures to all the black newspapers around the country,” said his last living son, Andrew “Rome” Withers.

News Watch 3 Live at 9: Evicted!-The Struggle for the Right to Vote by Alice Faye

Alice Faye Duncan: Ernest Withers was a popular Memphis photojournalist. In 2006, he gifted me a book of his famous Civil Rights photographs. The collection introduced me to Black sharecroppers and their sad-faced children, standing in a field.

Andrew Rome Withers talks to us about history.