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Butterbeans & Susie    These two toured the black vaudeville circuits. Susie was dominating, and 'Beans could never measure up to his wife's expectations. Offstage, they were married for 50 years.

Butterbeans & Susie These two toured the black vaudeville circuits. Susie was dominating, and 'Beans could never measure up to his wife's expectations. Offstage, they were married for 50 years.

The Duncan Sisters were an American vaudeville duo who became popular in the 1920s with their act Topsy and Eva.

The Duncan Sisters were an American vaudeville duo who became popular in the 1920s with their act Topsy and Eva.

Francine Everett (1915-1999) Actress/Singer who appeared in movies during the late 1930s to the end of the 1940s including, "Paradise in Harlem" "Tall,Tan and Terrific" "Big Timers" & "Dirty Gertie from Harlem USA." She also worked with Sidney Poitier in "No Way Out", her final film in 1950.

Francine Everett (1915-1999) Actress/Singer who appeared in movies during the late 1930s to the end of the 1940s including, "Paradise in Harlem" "Tall,Tan and Terrific" "Big Timers" & "Dirty Gertie from Harlem USA." She also worked with Sidney Poitier in "No Way Out", her final film in 1950.

About eighteen years old Theodore Roosevelt (top left) with brother Elliott, sister Corinne and family friend Edith (who would later become his second wife). The look of the eyes and the brow are the same, but the body of TR here, around 1876, is now much stronger, the product of a home gym his father had created for him.

About eighteen years old Theodore Roosevelt (top left) with brother Elliott, sister Corinne and family friend Edith (who would later become his second wife). The look of the eyes and the brow are the same, but the body of TR here, around 1876, is now much stronger, the product of a home gym his father had created for him.

Postcards of Fredy and Rudy Walker from the early part of the 20th century. From the site "Cakewalk - From the U.S. to Parisian Dance Halls 1800s- 1920s."

Postcards of Fredy and Rudy Walker from the early part of the 20th century. From the site "Cakewalk - From the U.S. to Parisian Dance Halls 1800s- 1920s."

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