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[African American female slave being separated from her children by slave dealers.]

[View of a group of tourists, some African American.]

A stylish Virginia turnout, [showing African American boy in goat cart].

[Group of African American women and men on the porch of a house.]

[People in coach with African American coachman.]

[Group of African American women and men on the porch of a house.]

[Group of tourists, some African American.]

[People in coach with African American coachman.]

[View of a group of tourists, some African American.]

Veranda with guests and African American servants.

[People in coach with African American coachmen, in front of house.]

Veranda with guests and African American servants.

[View of African American groom holding reins of horse with rider.]

[People in coach with African American coachman.]

A stylish Virginia turnout, [showing African American boy in goat cart].

[People in coach with African American coachman.]

A stylish Virginia turnout, [showing African American boy in goat cart].

A stylish Virginia turnout, U.S.A. [showing African American boy in goat cart].

A stylish Virginia turnout, U.S.A. [showing African American boy in goat cart].

[View of African American groom holding reins of horse with rider.]

[People in coach with African American coachmen, in front of house.]

One to do the work ... [African American men chopping wood at the side of the road.]

[Group at unidentified resort, including people in row boat, on dock, African American man holding horse.]

[View of African American groom holding reins of horse with rider.]

[People in coach with African American coachman, in front of house.]

A stylish Virginia turnout, [showing African American boy in goat cart].

[People in coach with African American coachman, in front of house.]

A stylish Virginia turnout, U.S.A. [showing African American boy in goat cart].

[People in coach with African American coachman.]

[People in coach with African American coachman.]

One to do the work ... [African American men chopping wood at the side of the road.]

A stylish Virginia turnout, U.S.A. [showing African American boy in goat cart].

[Group at unidentified resort, including people in row boat, on dock, African American man holding horse.]

[Group of tourists, some African American.]

[View of African American groom holding reins of horse with rider.]

[A native, (an African American boy sitting on a log).]

[A native, (an African American boy sitting on a log).]

[View of African American shoe shine boys posing along the streetcar tracks.]

[View of African American shoe shine boys posing along the streetcar tracks.]

View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.

[View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.]

[View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.]

[View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.]

[View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.]

View of African American workers in a cotton field near Atlanta.

African American cotton plantation worker, hired as a day laborer, riding a mule and holding down a sack of cotton in the cotton field at Nugent Plantation, Benoit, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi, October 1939.

African American day laborers standing near and on the back of farm trucks parked on the side of a road near the Hallan Bridge while drivers bid and offer them between 50 cents and one dollar to work as cotton pickers on Mississippi and Arkansas plantations, Memphis, Tennessee, October 1939.

African American cotton plantation workers, hired as day laborers, walking next to cotton field at Hopson Plantation, Clarksdale, Mississippi Delta, Mississippi, August 1940.

An unidentified African American physician, assisted by a nurse, treating a baby born with a club foot at an unidentified public health clinic, circa 1945

Arthur Schomburg, ca. 1896; [A major builder of Afro-Caribbean and African American institutional life.]