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the 1927 debutantes presented by the Young Men’s Illinois Club at their elaborate Mardi Gras Ball which was reigned over by Miss Mabel Saulsby, the lovely Queen. This photo appeared in the February 26, 1927 edition of The Louisiana Weekly.

the 1927 debutantes presented by the Young Men’s Illinois Club at their elaborate Mardi Gras Ball which was reigned over by Miss Mabel Saulsby, the lovely Queen. This photo appeared in the February 1927 edition of The Louisiana Weekly.

1963 NOLA debutante cotillion - Google Search

1963 NOLA debutante cotillion - Google Search

Holding hands at the March on Washington, one of the largest political rallies for in United States history and where Jr. delivered his famous ‘I Have a Dream’ speech.

Debutantes - A Tradition that should never die.

Debutantes - A Tradition that should never die.

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The Civil Rights Movement - Children demonstrating at a unknown location in the US.

african americans in 1940's | Debutantes at a ball. Though variations exist, traditional dress for ...

Young women in gowns at Rhinestone Christmas Ball, Seattle, Seattle Post-Intelligencer Collection, Museum of History & Industry, Seattle

Vintage Black Photos

The New Elegant Black Woman: Tribute to Vintage Elegant Black Women

Countywide Ball 2014

Countywide Ball 2014

debutante cotillion - Google Search

debutante cotillion - Google Search

Freedom march.

Vivian and Diane Nash lead a demonstration march to City Hall in Nashville, TN. Credit: The Nashville Tennessean WGBH American Experience .

I was a debutante in Jackson, Ms my junior year in high school. It is big in the south .

I was a debutante in Jackson, Ms my junior year in high school.

The New Elegant Black Woman: Remember when Being Feminine and Girly was a Black Thing?

1950 Debutante Cotillion in Harlem

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President Lyndon B. Johnson signing the Civil Rights Act of A huge victory for the black equality movement. This helped get ride of "dejour" discrimination. watches as Johnson signs it.

Black Collegians 1860

African-American Family, c. 1860 Credit: National Museum of American History Vintage African -American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were.

African American debutantes, The Questionettes, presentation at the Sheraton Universal, Los Angeles, 1972.

Black American debutantes The Questionettes presentation at the Sheraton Universal, Los Angeles, California

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