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Harlem Fashion Show, 1963 by Leonard Freed

Posing Beauty in African American Culture Harlem Fashion Show, Harlem Leonard Freed, 1963 Source: USC Fisher Museum of Art, Los Angeles


Malcolm X (May 1925 – February born Malcolm Little and also known as El-Hajj Malik El-Shabazz (Arabic), was an African-American minister and a human rights activist.

1930's The Harlem River

waheedpix: Harlem River ©WaheedPhotoArchive, 2011 Glamorous people at the Harlem River, 1930

Ilene Squires Photography: Vintage Harlem Engagement Shoot: Erika and Donald

Erika was researching Harlem photographers when she came across my website . Without knowing who I was, she then saw my own engagement pict.

fredi washington

Fredi Washington, Portrait by Carl Van Vechten printed by Richard Benson Part of the Smithsonian’s Noble Black Women: The Harlem Renaissance and After series

“ Zoot Suits, 22 June 1948. Three Jamaican Immigrants (left to right) John Hazel, a 21-year-old boxer, Harold Wilmot, 32, and John Roberts, a 22-year-old carpenter, arriving at Tilbury onboard the...

Fashion Tips That Can Improve Your Life! Photo by Nove foto da Firenze Many people don't have a clue when it comes to fashion. If you are like most people, you did not grow up reading fashion maga

That's right, it's ZOE in splendor with the gentlemen callers. Harlem Renaissance Fashion | harlem renaissance shoot for vanity fair i love the harlem renaissance ...

Actress Zoe Saldana's Harlem Renaissance shoot for Vanity Fair. I love the Harlem Renaissance, the writers, musicians and artists of th.

Mother grooming her daughter for healthiest-baby contest held at all African American fair. Memphis, TN, 1941. Photographer Alfred Eisenstaedt.

Mother and daughter 1941 :: Mother grooming her daughter for healthiest-baby contest held at all African American fair :: Memphis, TN 1941 by Alfred Eisenstaedt.

satchel paige in harlem, 1941 - by george strock

Baseball player Satchel Paige, looking dapper, lighting his cigarette while sitting on front bumper of large car outside poolroom in Harlem. Photograph by George Strock. New York City,