Oscar Grossheim Studio, Muscatine, Iowa
Hostetler Studio, Davenport, Iowa
Cigarette girl. 1944 Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/cushman/
Jackson Park Lagoon South of Wooded Islands, Chicago, IL. Charles W. Cushman Photograph Collection http://webapp1.dlib.indiana.edu/cushman/
C.B.+ Q wreck -last coach o No. 11 Telescoped by Diesel of 39 Naperville, IL. 1946
Rev. George Beecher, (1868-1951), Kearney, Nebraska.
The Chrisman sisters, 1886. Lizzie Chrisman filed the first of the sisters’ homestead claims in 1887. Lutie Chrisman filed the following year. The other two sisters, Jennie Ruth and Hattie, had to wait until they came of age to file. They both filed in 1892.
Ned Dunlap, foreman on the Watson Ranch near Kearney, Nebraska. 1902.
Ilasco, MO. This is the funeral of John Bosani, Viglasky, one of the founders of the Dr. Martin Luther Evangelical Lutheran Church, where this funeral was held. John had immigrated to Ilasco in 1907, joined in 1908 by his wife Susie and their two children, Paul and Anna.
Gypsy Family at Ilasco, MO. Pictured here is a gypsy family who has parked its wagon and set up a tent near Ilasco, Mo. Gypsies had negative reputations and were seldom welcome in a community so this family probably moved on after a few days. As towns went, Ilasco was slightly more accommodating than nearby […]
Workers from Mexico at a Cedar Mill near Leakey, Texas, and San Antonio 12/1973
Blanco, Bodyguard for Madero, Ciudad Juarez
Gastonia, N.C. Boy from Loray Mill. “Been at it right smart two years.” Location: Gastonia, North Carolina. October, 1908
Man wearing barrel restraint while lying on ground Man at the Sunbeam Prison Camp Man wearing barrel restraint Men talking with man wearing barrel restraint
Hugh Magnum Photographs Hundreds of portraits made by an itinerant photographer who rode the trains to the small towns of North Carolina, Virginia and West Virginia.
Gullah man standing in front of his house, 1931
Mr. Miller in front of the Republic Theatre, 1948
[Unidentified people dressed formally, standing, facing one direction] [cellulose acetate photonegative]
Frank R. Jackson, 1908-2007 Anacostia Community Museum Archives
Chicago, from the “Black Trans-Atlantic Experience Project”
Railroad Crossing Guard (Richmond, Virginia), from the project The Negro in Virginia Smithsonian American Art Museum
July 4, 1976, Louisville, Kentucky Robert K. Hower, born Boston, MA 1947 Smithsonian American Art Museum, Transfer from the National Endowment for the Arts Object number: 1983.63.789
Civil Disturbances, 1968
Gullah woman. Turner, Lorenzo Dow 1890-1972
Baby in chair in living room.
H.U Summer Boatride 1941 and Class view.
Old woman in rocking chair.
African American men and women in stands. Howard University. 1938
Group of men in military uniform dancing with women. Washington D.C.
Man standing on platform in front of young men and women. Washington D.C.
Looking east on East Tennessee : Tallahassee, Florida Looking east on East Tennessee : Tallahassee, Florida Looking west on East Tennessee from about Meridian Road : Tallahassee, Florida Looking west on East Tennessee from about Meridian Road : Tallahassee, Florida Looking west on Mahan Drive : Tallahassee, Florida View of Mahan Drive : Tallahassee, Florida
CALIFORNIA COLLECTION: Civil Rights – “Outcasts! The Story of America’s Treatment of Her Japanese-American Minority”
Foreword THE question naturally arises, Why is this booklet worth printing, when paper and time are both so precious? The answer is, Because it strikes a body blow to keep the Constitution valid for all, and takes square issue with those who would expurgate it for persons of Japanese descent. It is not an appeal […]
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.
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
African American school children; Howard Orphanage and Industrial School.
St. Louis, MO–The 252-family Neighborhood Garden Apartments, occupying the block between Seventh, Eighth, Biddle and O’Fallon Streets.
St. Louis–Residents of the Jeff VanderLou Apartments in the 1000 block of North Leffingwell protest the change in management of their housing complex. Photo by Bill Brinson.
A Loop Shopper Pulls Her Cart. [Photo by Jack Fahlan], 1967
“No Gas” Signs Were a Common Sight in Oregon During the Fall of 1973, Such as at This Station in Lincoln City, Oregon Along the Coast. Many Stations Closed Earlier, Opened Later and Shut Down on the Weekends 10/1973 Photographer: Falconer, David