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melvillemifunemtumekonigsberg     Freedom Riders 1961

melvillemifunemtumekonigsberg Freedom Riders 1961

France, WWII Comrades of the grandfather of Magdalene Linck

France, WWII Comrades of the grandfather of Magdalene Linck

A. Phillip Randolph--seated center of photo legs crossed-- and other leaders of Randolph's March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Whashington, D.C. 08/28/1963

A. Phillip Randolph--seated center of photo legs crossed-- and other leaders of Randolph's March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, Whashington, D.C. 08/28/1963

Statue of the Slavery monument in Zanzibar Stone Town, Tanzania    For many years Stone Town in Zanzibar was a major centre for the slave trade. Slaves were taken from mainland Africa and traded with the Middle East (Oman, Saudi..).

Statue of the Slavery monument in Zanzibar Stone Town, Tanzania For many years Stone Town in Zanzibar was a major centre for the slave trade. Slaves were taken from mainland Africa and traded with the Middle East (Oman, Saudi..).

A Black Civil War soldier (1865)

A Black Civil War soldier (1865)

Two unidentified African American Union Army soldiers, full-length portrait,  wearing uniforms, c. 1864

Two unidentified African American Union Army soldiers, full-length portrait, wearing uniforms, c. 1864

Saigon 1961 - Le Loi Avenue

Saigon 1961 - Le Loi Avenue

Bubbleater at the 1962 Worlds Fair  lifted hundreds of visitors each day to the World of Tomorrow. The Space-Age elevator could hold up to 150 people.

Bubbleater at the 1962 Worlds Fair lifted hundreds of visitors each day to the World of Tomorrow. The Space-Age elevator could hold up to 150 people.

1940 - Movie Theatres on West 42nd Street, between Broadway & 8th Avenue

1940 - Movie Theatres on West 42nd Street, between Broadway & 8th Avenue

Women of Fauberg Treme, New Orleans. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city.Early history it was the main neighborhood of free people of color. It remains today an important African-American & Creole culture.

Women of Fauberg Treme, New Orleans. It is one of the oldest neighborhoods in the city.Early history it was the main neighborhood of free people of color. It remains today an important African-American & Creole culture.

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