Don Tate

Don Tate

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Austin, Texas / I'm an illustrator and author of children's books. And I love Twizzlers.
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Antique-c1920-African-American-Child-Sailor-Suit-Photo-RPPC

Bizarre pin hole pattern around edges, mostly in margin. Trimmed photo with nice tone.

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Mixed: A Colorful Story

Happy A new year can mean so many things, but I like to think of it as all of the new reading we have ahead of us!

land removal

This should be shown in every high school in America. Reveals the hidden history of African Americans driven from land and towns they had established by racists whites. Land and wealth which has still not been restored to their descendants.

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Four African Americans working in an office in Hempstead, TX. In the center is a Burroughs Class 3 adding machine. A candlestick telephone is on the desk.

late 1890s african americans - Google Search

Women Of Faubourg Treme (approx late - early in New Orleans (w/their Dog). Faubourg Treme is the Oldest Black Neighborhood in America & the Origin of the Southern Civil Rights Movement (along w/the Bitthplace of Jazz) - Takayama Takayama Terrell-

1870s Part of the National African American Photographic Archive (NAAPA) project.

Part of the National African American Photographic Archive (NAAPA) project.

Siblings Rose, Edward, and Abraham Perkins, pictured in 1900, were the children of King Perkins, a South Carolina slave who fathered 23 children and died in 1912 at age 110. Migrating from Camden, South Carolina, the Perkins siblings resettled in Worcester, later aiding in the relocation of additional family members and neighbors to the city

Rose Perkins and her Brothers Edward and Abraham, about Courtesy of Worcester Art Museum.