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19th-century American Women: Photo Archives - African American Ladies & the Language of the Victorian Parasol
LADY NELLIE | BLACK VICTORIANS | 1895 Nellie Franklin decked out in Victorian splendor holding a parasol. Tallahassee, Florida circa 1885-1911. Alvan S. Harper Collection, State Library and Archives of Florida. Black History Album, The Way We WereFollow us on TUMBLR PINTEREST FACEBOOK TWITTER
1880s African American Women with Parasols & Fans
Lady Nellie | 1895 Nellie Franklin decked out in Victorian splendor holding a parasol. Tallahassee, Florida circa 1885-1911. Alvan S. Harper Collection, State Library and Archives of Florida.
lucille baldwin brown, the first black public county librarian, circa 1940s courtesy of the state library & archives of florida, via Flickr
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Woman in a dress with a chiffon scarf. Photographed in Tallahassee, Florida between 1885 and 1910.
Florida circa 1905. "Oliver W., the famous trotting ostrich, Florida Ostrich Farm, Jacksonville." 8x10 inch glass negative, Detroit Publishing Co.
Elegant Late Victorian Lady with Parasol. Beautiful lady...beautiful fashions.
Alvan S. Harper (1847-1911) Tallahassee c 1884 State Library and Archives of Florida
dapper gents . Williams & Walker
Yale Collection of American Literature, Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library
Full length group portrait of three African American children, ca 1885. Randolph L. Simpson African-American collection. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.
Woman wearing several bracelets and holding a hat. Harper, Alvan S., 1847-1911. Florida Memory
Cigarette girls in Tallahassee, Florida, 1956. Tallahassee Democrat collection, Florida Photographic Collection, State Library and Archives of Florida