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A PLANE JANE, not a plain Jane, was Jean Talcott Wicks, who flashed a winning smile for this 1943 U.S. Navy photo back when she served as an aviation machinist mate, 3rd class ~

A PLANE JANE, not a plain Jane, was Jean Talcott Wicks, who flashed a winning smile for this 1943 U.S. Navy photo back when she served as an aviation machinist mate, 3rd class ~

Serena Williams - Photos – Vogue

Serena Williams - Photos

Serena Williams - Photos – Vogue

OSO Casuals™ Cotton Gauze Sleeveless Convertible Godet Maxi Dress

OSO Casuals™ Cotton Gauze Sleeveless Convertible Godet Maxi Dress

The War Department announced the formation of the first Army Air Corps Squadron for Black cadets (Tuskegee Airmen) on this date January 16, 1941. The cadets were stationed in Tuskegee, AL.

The War Department announced the formation of the first Army Air Corps Squadron for Black cadets (Tuskegee Airmen) on this date January 16, 1941. The cadets were stationed in Tuskegee, AL.

November 20, 1973 The gravesite of Mary Seacole, a Jamaican nurse who served in the Crimean War, is restored in England. Traveling to the battlefield at her own expense, when her expert services are rejected by English authorities and Florence Nightingale, Seacole opens her own nursing hotel, which she operates by day, serving as a volunteer with Nightingale at night.

November 20, 1973 The gravesite of Mary Seacole, a Jamaican nurse who served in the Crimean War, is restored in England. Traveling to the battlefield at her own expense, when her expert services are rejected by English authorities and Florence Nightingale, Seacole opens her own nursing hotel, which she operates by day, serving as a volunteer with Nightingale at night.

In 1918, Zora Neale Hurston began undergraduate studies at Howard University, where she became one of the earliest initiates of the Alpha Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and co-founded The Hilltop, the University's student newspaper. While there, she took courses in Spanish, English, Greek and public speaking and earned an Associate's Degree in 1920.

In 1918, Zora Neale Hurston began undergraduate studies at Howard University, where she became one of the earliest initiates of the Alpha Chapter of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and co-founded The Hilltop, the University's student newspaper. While there, she took courses in Spanish, English, Greek and public speaking and earned an Associate's Degree in 1920.

1850 Advertisements | ... / The African American Experience in Ohio, 1850-1920 / Dayton Forum

1850 Advertisements | ... / The African American Experience in Ohio, 1850-1920 / Dayton Forum

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