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Antique 1923 Paper 15 Cent Denison's Make-Up Guide Booklet Chicago Eben H Norris For Amateurs & Professionals-5T!

Antique 1923 Paper 15 Cent Denison's Make-Up Guide Booklet Chicago Eben H Norris For Amateurs & Professionals-5T!

Chicken Charlie 1905 Sheet Music by Ashley Ballou Black Americana Rooster #antique #vintage #sheetmusic #blackamericana

Chicken Charlie 1905 Sheet Music by Ashley Ballou Black Americana Rooster #antique #vintage #sheetmusic #blackamericana

Dooley Wilson, best known for His role in Casablanca, was born in Tyler, Texas,  and broke into show business at the age of 12, playing in a vaudeville minstrel show. He sang and played the drums in black clubs in the Tyler area before he moved to Chicago. He received the nickname "Dooley" while working in the Pekin Theatre in Chicago, circa 1908, because of his then-signature Irish song "Mr. Dooley, which he performed in whiteface.

Dooley Wilson, best known for His role in Casablanca, was born in Tyler, Texas, and broke into show business at the age of 12, playing in a vaudeville minstrel show. He sang and played the drums in black clubs in the Tyler area before he moved to Chicago. He received the nickname "Dooley" while working in the Pekin Theatre in Chicago, circa 1908, because of his then-signature Irish song "Mr. Dooley, which he performed in whiteface.

At The High Brown Babies' Ball - vintage sheet music dated 1919 - Black Americana by landsTreasures on Etsy

At The High Brown Babies' Ball - vintage sheet music dated 1919 - Black Americana by landsTreasures on Etsy

1921, three unknown Black Vaudevillian actresses that performed in a Eubie Blake & Noble Sissle theatrical production.

1921, three unknown Black Vaudevillian actresses that performed in a Eubie Blake & Noble Sissle theatrical production.

So beautiful. Williams and Walker were one of the few all-black acts allowed to perform on white vaudeville stages | The Vaudeville Actress Who Refused To Be A Stereotype

So beautiful. Williams and Walker were one of the few all-black acts allowed to perform on white vaudeville stages | The Vaudeville Actress Who Refused To Be A Stereotype

Theater poster for the Rhyth Mania Revue at the Cotton Club, Harlem, NYC. Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were.

Theater poster for the Rhyth Mania Revue at the Cotton Club, Harlem, NYC. Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were.

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