Mrs. Nixon Cooper is a woman of true style. Here she is in her mink hat and gold accessories on her 102nd birthday.
Mrs. Nixon Cooper sits here with her dear friend James Davis at the home of another close friend. She’s lived in Atlanta since her early twenties.
Here is Mrs. Nixon Cooper at a Christmas party when she was 103 years old doing the electric slide with her friend Janis Perkins. She’s simply amazing!
Joined by grandson Michael Cooper,left, friend Harriett Chisholm (deceased), and grandsons Gerald Hooper and Eric Mannings, Mrs. Nixon Cooper is radiant in red at her church during the holidays.
In November 2005, Mrs. Nixon Cooper was honored to receive a visit from Atlanta mayor Shirley Franklin. Franklin is the first Black woman elected mayor of Atlanta.
The late Dr.Charles Goosby was a prominent dentist who broke numerous barriers in the field of dentistry for African-Americans. Goosby celebrated with Mrs. Nixon Cooper at a Kappa Boule Christmas party a few years ago.
Mrs. Nixon Cooper helped found the Girls’ Club for African-American Youth in Atlanta. She raised four children but also taught literacy in the 1970’s at the Ebenezer Baptist Church, the same church where Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., once preached.
At her 102nd birthday party reception at her church, Mrs. Nixon Cooper celebrated with Delutha King, Jr. left, former Congressman and mayor of Atlanta Andrew Young and friend Clinton Warner.
Mrs. Nixon Cooper greets the Reverend Norman Rates last July. The 106-year-old voted early this year for President-elect Obama.
Mrs. Nixon Cooper has acquired many friends over the years. Here she is with internationally acclaimed opera and concert singer Mattiwilda Dobbs.
Mrs. Nixon Cooper here with her dear friend Beverlyn Gordan.
Being 102 years old didn’t stop Mrs. Nixon Cooper from styling in her favorite jewelry.
Mrs. Nixon Cooper and former Atlanta Mayor Andrew Young were both honored at an event in 2005. Standing to her right is her daughter Joyce Bobo.
A 103-year-old Mrs. Nixon Cooper and friend Sally Warner attend an event in her honor.
Always the fashionista, Mrs. Nixon Cooper shares camera time with daughter Joyce Bobo. Nixon Cooper got married at the age of 20 to husband Albert Cooper, a prominent Atlanta-based dentist.
The city of Atlanta celebrated the contributions Mrs. Nixon Cooper has made by honoring her with a proclamation at city hall. Here she celebrates with two of her grandsons, Eric Mannings, left, and Gerald Hooper.
Celebrating with Mrs. Nixon Cooper at city hall when she was 103 years old are Hall of Fame baseball star Hank Aaron and his wife, Billye.
Here, at 102 years old, Mrs. Nixon Cooper was still rocking a fly style. Even though a broken hip has slowed her down a bit, the 5-foot, 2-inch matriarch still loves to wear her heels.