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Gregory Hines and Brother Maurice To Accompany Louis Armstrong on Australian Tour - Jet Magazine, April 19, 1956

Gregory Hines and Brother Maurice To Accompany Louis Armstrong on Australian Tour - Jet Magazine, April 1956

Louis Armstrong & Billie Holiday on the set of Arthur Lubin’s New Orleans (1946)

kvetchlandia: “ Uncredited Photographer Louis Armstrong and Billie Holiday on the Set of Arthur Lubin’s “New Orleans” 1946 ”

Louis Armstrong on the MGM set of 'High Society', 1956 • Photographed by Bob Willoughby

Louis Armstrong (August 1901 – July Satchmo or Pops, was an American jazz trumpeter, singer, and an influential figure in jazz music.Louis Armstrong on the MGM set of 'High Society', 1956

anyone who heard her loved her.

An image of Janis Joplin

Teach your children the real truth...This happened all over the world!

The harsh fact and shame of white Australians alot of our ancestors were convicts who were exiled, many poor people who were convicted for stealing food to survive .

Portrait of Diana and her three girls: Rhonda, Tracee, and Chudney

Diana Ross and Her Three girls: Rhonda, Tracee, and Chudney.This Is Such a Beautiful Picture!

Veiled Haven - The Wedding Inspiration Blog: vintage star: 1960s and 1970s - Miss Ross

Lena Horne, Diana Ross, Eartha Kitt, Dorothy Dandridge - oh my! In case you're in need of some style inspiration, click through for vintage photos of famous Black women serving serious style.

Black bathing beauties (from early 1950s), or Colored or Negro, as we were called back then. Biddy Craft

Love my vintage ladies! [img: four black women in style bathing suits standing arm-in-arm on the beach] So much style and awesome here. I love vintage bathing suits and these ladies are rocking the hell out of them.

Gail Fisher (1935-2000) was one of the first African American women to play substantive roles in American television. She's best remembered for playing secretary 'Peggy Fair' on the detective series Mannix (1967-75, CBS).

Gail Fisher was one of the first African American women to play substantive roles in American television. She's best remembered for playing secretary 'Peggy Fair' on the detective series Mannix CBS). Fisher was 65 yrs when she passed.

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