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An African American woman posed next to car on Mulford Street, Homewood (Pittsburgh, PA), c. 1937 Photo Credit: Teenie Harris Archive, 1920-1970 © Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, PA Charles "Teenie" Harris photographed the events and daily life in Pittsburgh's African American community between 1936 and 1975 for the Pittsburgh Courier, one of the nation's most influential Black newspapers. A retrospective exhibition, Teenie Harris, Photographer: An American Story,is on view at…

Harlem renaissance fashion was about celebrating life within the African American community. The Harlem Renaissance in general was a cel. Harlem Renaissance Fashion, Mode Renaissance, Renaissance Wedding, 20s Wedding, Wedding Dress, Belle Epoque, Black Art, James Van Der Zee, Renaissance Fashion

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It is a sign of the times when the Mayor is the one leading protesters down Fifth Avenue. Eighty years ago today, Jimmy Walker, then the Mayor of New York …

Young African American women in a studio portrait, between 1922 and Photo Credit: St. Vintage Black Glamour, Vintage Beauty, Harlem Renaissance, Belle Epoque, Portraits Victoriens, American Photo, Photo Vintage, My Black Is Beautiful, Beautiful Ladies

Graceful young women in a studio portrait

Between 1922 and 1927. Photo Credit: St. Augustine Historical Society Want to know more about Black History ? Visit Discover Black Heritage.

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Lupe Vlez (July 18, 1908 December 14, 1944) was a Mexican film actress. Vlez began her career in Mexico as a dancer, before moving to the U.S. where she worked in vaudeville. She was seen by Fanny Brice who promoted her, and Vlez soon entered films, making her first appearance in 1924.

Berenice Abbott, 115 Jay Street Brooklyn New York, 1936 Berenice Abbott, Man Ray, Eugene Atget, Marcel Duchamp, Brooklyn New York, New York City, Christophe Jacrot, Photo New York, Antoine Bourdelle

Jay Street, No. 115, Brooklyn.

Digital ID: 482636. Abbott, Berenice -- Photographer. May 22, 1936 Notes: Code: III.A.4. Three generations of African Americans on stoop of brick home with iron rails on steps Source: Changing New York / Berenice Abbott. (more info) Repository: The New York Public Library. Photography Collection, Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Division of Art, Prints and Photographs. See more information about this image and others at NYPL Digital Gallery. Persistent URL…

In The Mule Tamer III, Marta's Quest, Rebecca and Marta sing the famous Corrido La Adelita. According to Poemas del rio wang ; "This is one of the most famous Mexican corridos. The Revolution was not. Women In History, Black History, Old Pictures, Old Photos, Latina, Mexican Revolution, Female Soldier, Rockabilly, Freedom Fighters


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This group of Mexican American flappers are standing in a park somewhere in Southern California. The only woman identified is Lucinda Ordonez, who& standing second from the right. The photograph was taken in Credit: Los Angeles Public Library Mexican American, American History, American Pride, Chicano, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Mexican Revolution, Photography Exhibition, Women In History

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An alternative archive of the not-quite-hidden but too often ignored fashion histories of U.S. women of color