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W.E.B Du Bois's mother, Mary Burghardt Du Bois
'I communicated the intention to my wife.'
'I married a very efficient and ... well-taught girl.'
'When she found that it was to be taken from her she was filled with ... dismay.'
Miss Valetta Linden Winslow. Elocutionist.
Dr. Ida Gray.
Arkansas cotton pickers - early morning.
Mrs. Booker T. Washington.
Black Mammy.  Tempsie Staton, North Carolina.
Neighborhood service by a student.
Maytime in Camp
Cheerfully doing the work required; The colored women did willingly and efficiently their part in helping win the war.
Welcome home; All hail to the conquering heroes; When New York's Negro soldiers marched amid the cheering crowd, Harlem was mad with joy over the return of its own.
Negro nurses march in Great Red Cross Parade on Fifth Avenue, New York City.
Home again. Oh, how joyful!  Back from France, and what a grand reception awaited them! Conquering heroes on the battlefield and the warmth and enthusiasm over their homecoming are beyond words to describe.
One of the wounded [a member of the famous 369th Colored Infantry] and his mother.
The Pyramid Club.
Mrs. Booker T. Washington - [Mrs. Margurite J. Murray Washington.]
A lesson in bed making in the housekeeping suite, Florida Agricultural and Mechanical College, Tallahassee, Fla.
Star pupil, 82 years old, reading her lesson in adult class, Gee's Bend, Alabama, May 1939.
An Episcopal Bishop confirming African American Lieutenants Rosemary Vincent and Hallie M. Brown and an unidentified soldier, as they kneel before him
African American women, members of the 32nd and 33rd Company's Women's Army Auxiliary Corps basketball team, playing a game of basketball at Fort Huachuca
Members of an African American company of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps lined up for review, Liberia
Two African American Lieutenants of the Women's Army Corps sitting at a table and working on jigsaw puzzles while three others assist and look on
Mrs. Charles W. David, Jr.; African American widow and her three-year-old son, Neil Adrian receiving the Navy and Marine Corps Medal from Rear Admiral, Stanley V. Parker
The barbed-wire enclosed camp for migratory workers at the Cannon [Canning] Company of Bridgeville, Delaware.
Mrs. Gus Wright, Farm Security Administration client with her canned goods, Oakland community, Greene County, Georgia, November 1941.
Mrs. Annie Albrittan, who does washing in her home in Woodville, Greene County, Georgia, November 1941.
SPARS Olivia Hooker, of Columbus, Ohio, and Aileen Anita Cooke, of Los Angeles, California, aboard the dry-land ship "USS Neversail," during their training at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Station, Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn, New York, 1945
SPAR Olivia J. Hooker, of Columbus, Ohio, at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Station, Manhattan Beach, Brooklyn, New York, 1945
African American Charity Adams, First Officer in the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps, standing in uniform and pointing to a poster that reads, "Women! Answer America's Call, Serve in the W.A.A.C."
Members of an all-African American company walking in rows during an infantry drill at the First Women's Army Auxiliary Corps Training Center
African American Private Hannah Wills developing an x-ray film in the x-ray laboratory at Post Hospital, Camp Breckinridge
[Portrait of woman seated next to tasselled curtain.]
[Studio portrait of young woman with thin ribbon around neck.]
Dr. Carrie V. Still Anderson, Philadelphia, Pa.
Class in Domestic Science, Summer High School, St. Louis, Missouri
Colored Yeowomen; Employees of Navy Department, Washington, D.C.
Cotton hoer near Clarksdale, Miss., June 1937.
Negroes kneeling at graves of their relatives, and being blessed by Priest with Holy Water, New Roads, La.
Members of the congregation of the "store front" Baptist Church, Chicago, Illinois, April, 1941.
Kitchen of apartment occupied by Negroes, South Side of Chicago, Illinois, April 1941.
Outside water supply; Washington, D.C.; September 1935.
Purity.
Mister your room rent's due
She's a thoroughbred
Ginger Lou (my dusky queen of jet from Honolulu)
Hannah! or I want my Hannah
How I lubs dat gal ob mine
Got your habits on
Hello ma Ragtime gal
I've been dreaming of you baby
Is yo' goin' to frow yo' baby down
It's a hot combination
I'm always glad to see you when you'll buy
The lady with the auburn hair
Ma baby girl
Ma love divine, ma Caroline
Louisiana Lize
The Queen of Charcoal Alley
No more will I ever be your baby
Snap-shot Sal
There aint no use to keep on hanging around - Ragtime music
Topsy's in town
Spend your money while you live, or I spect to be a long time dead
You ain't the man I thought you was
You'se honey to yo' mammy just de same
Wow, wow, wow, I ain't got no friends or family now
Miss Hannah from Savannah
Coming from the well, Wormsloe, the DeRenne Plantation, Isle of Hope.
The Nursery, Atlanta Exposition. Atlanta, GA. Sterescope Card.
Forsyth Park, Savannah, Ga. [View of an African-American woman with a baby carriage.]
Forsyth Park, Savannah, Ga. [View of an African-American with a baby carriage.]
[Group of African American women and men on the porch of a house.]
[Lake Scene.] New Hampshire in 19th century. Stereoscope card.
Mount Chocorua, North Conway. New Hampshire in 19th century. Stereoscope card.
Aiken Water works. 19th century stereoscope card. South Carolina.
Mister your room rent's due
She's a thoroughbred
Ginger Lou (my dusky queen of jet from Honolulu)
Got your habits on
Hello ma Ragtime gal
How I lubs dat gal ob mine
The lady with the auburn hair
It's a hot combination
I've been dreaming of you baby
Is yo' goin' to frow yo' baby down
I'm always glad to see you when you'll buy
Ma baby girl
Louisiana Lize
No more will I ever be your baby
The Queen of Charcoal Alley
There aint no use to keep on hanging around - Ragtime music
Snap-shot Sal
Spend your money while you live, or I spect to be a long time dead
Topsy's in town
You ain't the man I thought you was
Wow, wow, wow, I ain't got no friends or family now
You'se honey to yo' mammy just de same
Miss Hannah from Savannah
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