Gallery of Images





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Art and Artists


Minnehaha and Hiawatha (1869).
Marble busts by Edmonia Lewis,
(1845?-?), sculptor.




Business


Diamond Mining.
Kimberly, S. Africa.
Stereograph, Keystone View Company.
Coal Miners


George's Antique Shop
[George Deburmere, proprietor]




Civil War


Lewis H. Douglass,
son of Frederick Douglass




Dance


Nicholas Brothers;
Faynard (1914- ) and
Harold (c. 1921- ), c. 1930's




Education


Mrs. [Mary McLeod] Bethune
pins medal on Captain of the
Winning Co. High School Cadets.
Photograph by Robert McNeill
Violin Class. Mr. H. Rodgers, Teacher.
Spiller School of Music, 1936.

John F. Cook School Building,
Washington, D.C. Started 1834.




Family and Lifestyle


Woman in wedding gown.




Government and Politics


Black Legislators: H.R. Revels, James T. Rapier,
B.K. Bruce, J.H. Rainey, John R. Lynch

The First Colored Senator and Representatives.
In the 41st and 42nd Congress of the United States.
Seated: H.R. Revels, Benjamen S. Turner, Josiah T. Walls,
Joseph H. Rainy, R. Brown Elliot
Standing: Robert C. De Large, Jefferson H. Long

The Georgetown Election - The Negro at the Ballot Box




Law


National Bar Association




Literature


Phillis Wheatley (c. 1753-1784), Poet.
First black and second woman to publish a book (1773).




Military


Tuskegee Airmen. Group Photo.
Soldier in World War I.




Music


Anna Madah Hyers, c. 1856-1930s,
Soprano. Along with sister, Emma
Louise, formed the Hyers Sisters.
The Musical Spillers.




Portraits


Frederick Douglass
(1817-1895)
Charles Hamilton Houston and
parents, William and Mary.




Recreation


YMCA, Atlanta Business
Men's Club, 1920.
YMCA, Philadelphia S.W. Branch.
Boys ready for hike.


Carnival Scene




Slavery


Sale of Estates, Pictures and Slaves in the Rotunda,
New Orleans




Sports


Archery Class




Washington, D.C.


President Roosevelt laying the
cornerstone for the 12th Street
YMCA, 1908.
[Glass lantern slide]


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