Actress Jane White in a 1941 photograph by Carl Van Vechten. A 1944 graduate of Smith College, White was the daughter of Civil Rights icon Walter White. Ms. White began her career on Broadway in 1945 when Paul Robeson helped her get her first role as the lead in Lillian Smith’s “Strange Fruit,” a story about a doomed interracial love affair. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt praised Ms. White’s work for its “restraint and beauty.” In 1959, Ms. White originated the role of Queen Aggravain (to a…

Actress Jane White in a 1941 photograph by Carl Van Vechten. A 1944 graduate of Smith College, White was the daughter of Civil Rights icon Walter White. Ms. White began her career on Broadway in 1945 when Paul Robeson helped her get her first role as the lead in Lillian Smith’s “Strange Fruit,” a story about a doomed interracial love affair. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt praised Ms. White’s work for its “restraint and beauty.” In 1959, Ms. White originated the role of Queen Aggravain (to a…

Are the Prettiest Girls in Washington, DC Like Patricia Adams - Jet Magazine, January 21, 1954

Are the Prettiest Girls in Washington, DC Like Patricia Adams - Jet Magazine, January 21, 1954

Vintage African American Woman Old Photo Booth Picture Black History Americana

Vintage African American Woman Old Photo Booth Picture Black History Americana

Description: A vintage medium-size photo booth picture of a very pretty young African-American woman.) Condition: Photos are

Africa | Tuareg woman photographed at the Iférouane Festival 2006. Niger | ©Daniele L

Africa | Tuareg woman photographed at the Iférouane Festival 2006. Niger | ©Daniele L

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