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    Mildred Parsons by Mason Larkins (circa 1920s)

    1920's #20s #fashion #Sewcratic

    1920s

    Beautiful flapper, 1920s

    circa 1860s. Yes, black women wore hoop skirt dresses as well. The style was not exclusive to southern bells. Lovely.

    C.1920s

    W.E.B Debois circa 1900

    Postcard, circa 1920s

    Winter Glamour Black Fur Trimmed Coat circa 1920s - Dorothea's Closet Vintage

    Anna Fouguez, circa 1920s

    reading, 1920's::

    African American History Day Detroit, MI #Kids #Events

    Flapper, 1920s

    flappers, 1920s

    Ruth Ellis. She came out as a lesbian around 1915, and graduated from Springfield High School in 1919, at a time when fewer than seven percent of African Americans graduated from secondary school. In the 1920s, she met the only woman she ever lived with, Ceciline “Babe” Franklin. Their house was a central location for gay and lesbian parties, and also served as a refuge for African American gays and lesbians. Throughout her life, Ellis advocated for gays & lesbians, & for African Americans.

    1920s travelers

    1920s Lingerie Models

    african americans in 1940's | African American History and Culture / 1940's wedding.

    Black Voided Velvet Dress with Gold Sash circa 1920s. Front

    A strikingly gorgeous unknown young woman from Queensland (circa 1884)