Negro mother teaching children numbers and alphabet in home of sharecropper, Transylvania, Louisiana, January 1939. (January 1939) Photographer: Russell Lee
An Hour’s Search; Or Aunt Venus hunting for Florida Fleas, 1880
Mrs. Newlywed’s new Wench Cook.
“I’m sure Massa Brown will prefer my apple pies, And I’ll not git fired for makin’ goo-goo eyes.”
Swimming in fountain across from Union Station; Washington, D.C.; September 1938. [[African American children standing in the basin of the Unio…] (September 1938)
“Hotel” in Pahokee, Lake Okeechobee, Florida, living quarters for migratory agricultural workers, February 1941. [[African American woman standing in doorway and African Amer…] (February 1941) Photographer: Marion Wolcott Post
Damage done by a bomb; This bomb was thrown into a building at 3365 Indiana Avenue, occupied by Negroes. ()
Racial contacts among children in an adjusted neighborhood. The Negro in Chicago; a study of race relations and a race riot, by the Chicago Commission on Race Relations.
Doris Grumbach. Washington, DC. (1991) Photographer: Robert Giard
Barbara Grier and Donna McBride. NYC. (1989) Photographer: Robert Giard
Boyd McDonald at the Riverside Hotel, NYC, 1987 Photographer: Robert Giard
Slavery collection. Slaves.
Children of defense worker; Negro slum district, Norfolk,VA., Mar. 1940. Photographer: John Vachon
Domestic servants waiting for street car on way early in the morning. Mitchell Street, Atlanta, Georgia, May 1939. Photographer: Marion Wolcott Post
Howard Orphanage and Industrial School children and their teachers at Long Island shore.
African American school children; Howard Orphanage and Industrial School.