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Richard T. Greener, the first African American to graduate from Harvard- Hidden in the attic that was contracted for demolition was a trunk. Inside were the papers of Greener, the first Black to graduate from Harvard.1870 diploma, law license, photos and papers connected to his diplomatic role in Russia and his friendship with President Ulysses S. Grant have survived. The1853 book Autographs for Freedom. Greener’s granddaughter Evelyn Bausman, 75, of CT, is interested in the documents.

Sir Richard Theodore Greener. One of the most brilliant minds, his credentials were so outstanding they hid them away in a box in an attic. Hidden in the attic that was contracted for demolition was a trunk. Inside were the papers of Greener, the first Black to graduate from Harvard.1870 diploma, law license, photos and papers connected to his diplomatic role in Russia and his friendship with President Ulysses S. Grant have survived. The1853 book Autographs for freedom.

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Vintage Photo of 1920s African American Woman Sitting in a Field Wearing a Cute Outfit

African Americans | Vintage Photo of 1920s African American Woman Sitting in a Field ...

African American fire fighters stationed at Hose Company No. 4, Los Angeles, CA. Source: African American Firefighter Museum Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were. Follow Us On Twitter @blackhistoryalb

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Vintage 1930's African American Black Child Baseball Studio Photograph

Cute little guy: Vintage 1930's African American Black Child

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Little African American black girl - Vintage Photo Reprint

Black American toddler. Where, when, who? "Little African American black girl" - Sweet face cutie pie :)

African American children: Descriptions: Two unidentified African American children posing in front of brick and wisteria backdrop. Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were.