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Ethel Waters in Mamba's Daughters Sunday News 1939 Full page color photo Excellent Condition. Professionally framed.


Black American Cowboys Rodeo Broadside Held at the 369th Armory New York. Featuring Calvin Norris Greely - one of America’s Greatest "All Around Cowboys&qu...


The Famous Mullen Trio Broadside 8.5"x6" C. 1907 with nice image of Miss Mamie Mullen.


1969 Life Coretta Scott King Cover Sept. 12, 1969 in Very good condition


1876 Harper's Weekly A Negro Christmas Centennial Issue, Jan. 1, 1876 Complete


James Meredith Autograph on 1967 Mississippi 1st Day of Issue




Original Music Score by Oscar A. Lewis C. 1920 Not signed, title unknown


1854 Senate Speech Against the repeal of the Missouri Prohibition of Slavery by Charles Sumner. 16 pages in very good condition


1844 Congressional Speech Rule of the House excluding the Petitions in relation to Slavery by Giddings, of Ohio. 8 pages in good condition


Tardieu Copper Engraving Negro Woman in Chains C. 1790. Excellent Condition Professionally Framed.


Mrs. Amanda Smith the Colored Evangelist an Autobiography 1st edition 1893 good condition


Harlem's historic Mt. Moriah Baptist Church 18th anniversary Excursion and Sacred Concert July 14, 1903. Broadside measures 8"X14"


"A Harlem Eviction" Original 1956 13.5"X9" photograph by Don Charles Photography, 117th St. New York.


Niles' Weekly Register May 14, 1831 Particulars of Spartanburg S.C. slave insurrection in which 5 Negroes kill their future master. A law of North Carolina impo...


The American's Creed Signed in 1951 by one of the nation's most important black leaders of the 20th centuty- George W. Lee.


1909 Y.M.C.A. Colored Branch Concert Broadside and Program featuring Miss Mable Diggs. 8"x5"


Rev. H.M. Turner, Chaplain 1st U.S. Colored Regiment. Numbered, high quality, limited edition (one of only 150)8.5"X11.5" print. Print plate made from...


1876 Harper's Weekly The First Ulster in Blacksville Centennial Issue, March 18, 1876 Complete in excellent condition.


Racial Distinction Abolished - Mrs. Roosevelt dines with Negro Porters to obtain votes for the new deal. published by a Southern Democrat who is voting for Will...