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Vintage photo of Martha | 1898 by Black History Album

agboli agbo dedjlani king of abomey benin

Boy shopping with his mother on Ninth Ave, New York, Morris Engel, photographer, 1938

Lucian Freud, 1983.


Spike Lee

Spike Lee May Be Tackling Chicago Crime in a New... - Shadow And Act

Ranjith Kally, African Jazz, 1957, Miriam Makeba with two ladies

Poet/Professor Nikki Giovanni and her son Thomas, c.1972

For more than 50 years, Geoffrey Holder and Carmen de Lavallade, have shared a marriage filled with theater, dance, art, travel, and a true meeting of the minds. She is an iconic dancer, teacher, choreographer and visual artist. He is a dancer, choreographer, painter, avid art collector, actor, Tony Award-winning director and costume designer. Read their story at the link.

Amazing Buck Franklin (1879–1960), and brother Matthew Franklin. Americans with Chickasaw and African heritage. Buck Franklin became a lawyer, notably defending survivors of the Tulsa Riots (Oklahoma) in 1921 which had resulted in the murder of 300 Americans with African ancestry.

black indians on Tumblr

(Tony FRANK) (avec l'aimable autorisation de la sté Kapandji-Morhange)

Rock : des photos sans clichés

JOE and ALICE SKINNER in QUAKERTOWN, PA. The first settlement of AFRICAN AMERICAN Families in Denton, PA, occured around,1875. Twenty seven families moved from Dallas, Texas and settled in Denton. The settlement was named FREEDMAN TOWN, but by the 1880's, the community was renamed, Quakertown. (circa 1913)

History - Historic African American Families of Denton County,TX!

Redd Foxx

We Are Family

Promising Black Matador Rafael Santa Cruz - Jet Magazine, August 27, 1953 by vieilles_annonces, via Flickr

The Black Panther (March 31, 1969) "Chairman Bobby Seale Returns from Scandinavia"

Sister Sledge, Black History Album .... The Way We Were

Ida Wyman, Girl with Curlers, Los Angeles, 1949

unknown woman sitting for studio portrait, circa 1920

#blackboy #vintage #photo

Vintage Black Photos - vintageblack2: To Be Young & Gifted
  • Toni Kersey
    Toni Kersey

    Valerie, I did a scratch board of this photo when I was in middle school. My Mom still has it. Thanks for the memories.

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Mahala Lynch Davis, slave and free woman. She was owned by Isaac P. Davis, who brought her to Ohio, freed her, then married her in 1857.

The African American Experience in Southern Ohio

Two little dolls, 1925.

Pretty smile from Rwanda

A Smile From A Child

Two little girls

What My Mother Taught Me Audio - Campus Mixtapes