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Russell Lee Girls waiting for Episcopal Church to end so they can see the processional South Side of Chicago Illinois 1941 HATS

Easter Sunday, Chicago 1941

Easter Sunday, April Boys waiting for the processional at an Episcopal church in South Side Chicago.

Toby James and his children Myrtha, Edna and Mauranee. (John Johnson / Courtesy Douglas Keister / NMAAHC, SI) Photos from: “Lost and Found Again: Photos of African-Americans on the Plains.

FAMILY MAN Toby James and his children Myrtha, Edna and Mauranee. (John Johnson / Courtesy Douglas Keister / NMAAHC, SI) Photos from: “Lost and Found Again: Photos of African-Americans on the.

I'm feeling that pic.  Love that church hat! I love a sister in a sharp church hat...

Crowns: A Brief History of Church Hats - Photo Essays

Seated Woman #1915 #1910s #victoriansofcolor

Young African American woman seated wearing a white cotton blouse and skirt with a dark fur stole around her shoulders. Want to know more about Black History ?

Singer, dancer and actress Josephine Premice (1926-2001) with daughter Susan Fales-Hill and son Enrico Fales in the early 1960s. A two-time Tony Award nominee (Jamaica, 1958 and A Hand is on the Gate, 1967) Ms. Premice studied dance with Martha Graham and Katherine Dunham. She also appeared on "The Jeffersons," and "A Different World," where her daughter was a long-time writer and producer. I highly recommend Ms. Fales-Hill's memoir about her mother, "Always Wear Joy." Photo: G. Marshall…

Singer, dancer and actress Josephine Premice with her daughter, Susan Fales-Hill and son Enrico Fales. A two-time Tony Award nominee ("Jamaica", 1958 and “A Hand is on the Gate", Ms. Premice studied dance with Martha Graham and Katherine Dunham.

Charles and Willa Bruce, 1880’s Charles and Willa owned a beach resort called Bruce’s Beach in Manhattan Beach, CA, one of the few beaches in 1900’s open to African Americans

Charles and Willa Bruce, Charles and Willa owned a beach resort called Bruce’s Beach in Manhattan Beach, CA, one of the few beaches in open to African Americans.

Black flappers enjoying a football game at Howard University, 1920′s

Howard University students looking elegant at a football game more than 80 years ago. One of the many things I love about Howard University, the rich history of dignity and grace.

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Sunday Best, a Mother and Daughters, East Street, New York City, 1966 Bruce Davidson photographer

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