This is an 8" x 10" black and white lightly sepia-toned Antique Photograph of a Political Rally for J K Vardaman The People's Senator. James Kimble Vardaman (1861-1930) was an American politician from the U.S. State of Mississippi who served as Governor of Mississippi (1904 to 1908) and United States Senator from Mississippi from 1913 to 1919. (He ran in 1912 as "The People's Senator.") He was known as "The Great White Chief," gaining electoral support for his advocacy of populism and white supremacy. This photograph shows a group of men gathered on a stage below an American flag, which has a field of stars on each side. In the background, their is a scenic stage backdrop with a flag banner and two Vardaman posters. In the foreground, on either side of the stage, there are men are standing on low bleachers draped with flags. At the center, there is a table draped with the Confederate flag. Small American flags are visibly throughout the scene. The photograph seems to be slightly out of focus so that it would difficult to identify the participants. It is unknown who took the photograph, which was found in an anonymous family album. (The back of the photograph still has vestiges of black paper where it had been glued to the album page.) This Antique Photograph of a Political Rally for J K Vardaman The People's Senator is in very good condition with a small tear on the lower right hand side which was previously glued. It should be noted that Uncanny Artist is selling this photograph as a historical document and does not support its political views.