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    Cabinet photo

    Josie Earp - Wyatt Earps wife

    +~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Such sweetness! Alicia Maud Jenkins 1914

    school days, love this, would love to own like a 8x10 or larger

    :::::::: Antique Photograph ::::::::: Beautifully clear and detailed image of a young girl taken in Moravia, Czechia. CIrca 1910

    Carte-de-Visite photograph of a Federal Soldier and his young servant.

    Mademoiselle LaLa -- the only photograph of the famous Victorian acrobat known across Europe.

    In 1973 when Revlon released its fragrance Charlie, ad campaigns featured models Shelley Hack, Charlie Stember, and, notably, Naomi Sims, making Sims the first African American woman in history to be featured in a cosmetic company's advertising.

    Debutante Margurete Willard, 1920 - Addison Scurlock, photographer. #blackbeauty

    Rosie the Riveter, African American style

    ::::::: Vintage Photograph ::::::::: Seriously so adorable siblings!

    Black history album...the way we were

    +~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Father and his little bud.

    Victoria Claflin Woodhull the first woman candidate for President of the United States in 1872 from the Equal Rights Party supporting women's suffrage.

    Bert Williams. You wouldn't know it to look at this picture, but Williams was one of the first, wealthiest and most famous black comedians of his day. Booker T. Washington wrote of Williams: "He has done more for our race than I have. He has smiled his way into people's hearts; I have been obliged to fight my way." And WC Fields said of him, "the funniest man I ever saw – and the saddest man I ever knew."

    Amelia Earhart

    Edgar Allan Poe poses with Abraham Lincoln in Mathew Brady’s Washington, D.C. studio- February 4th, 1849. They look kinda creepy together, don't they?

    Rosa Parks was presented the first “Eleanor Roosevelt Woman of Courage Award” by the Wonder Woman Foundation on this date November 14, 1984.’

    James Baldwin, Joan Baez, James Forman marching in Montgomery, Alabama 1965.

    Franklin Delano Roosevelt at Harvard in 1903.

    Historic Photographs Of Slaves