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Lee Friedlander: Reflections of the street | Out For A Walk - Street Photography Blog

Lee Friedlander: Reflections of the street

Lee Friedlander: Reflections of the street | Out For A Walk - Street Photography Blog

Harlem, 1947. Henri Cartier-Bresson. Silver gelatin print

I would like to extend Easter greetings to everyone celebrating today with this beautiful photograph of two women in Harlem on Easter Sunday 1947 by the legendary French photographer Henri.

An 1898 photo of Carlotta Stewart, 1881-1952, teacher and principal of multiracial school in Hawaii, 1909 by spiralsheep, via Flickr

An 1898 photo of Carlotta Stewart, teacher and principal of multiracial school in Hawaii, 1909

Swanee Shuffle - Nina Mae McKinney (w. Curtis Mosby's Blue Blowers)

HALLELUJA 1929 all black musical feature Swanee Shuffle - Nina Mae McKinney (w.

LEE FRIEDLANDER: New Orleans, Louisiana, 1966

Lee Friedlander- Friedlander evolved an influential and often imitated visual language of urban "social landscape," with many of the photographs including fragments of store-front reflections, structures framed by fences, posters and street-signs.

Ma Rainey - The singer Ma Rainey with a band in an undated photo. Credit Columbia Records

Ma Rainey - The singer Ma Rainey with a band in an undated photo.

Untitled, 1959, Chicago. Yasuhiro Ishimoto

Untitled, 1959, Chicago. Yasuhiro Ishimoto

Russell Lee - Having fun at rollerskating rink of Savoy Ballroom, Chicago, Illinois (1941)

"Having fun at rollerskating rink of Savoy Ballroom. Chicago, Illinois" Photographer: Russell Lee, Date: April 1941

AFRICAN DIGNITY in AMERICA'S  FREE STATES  -- 1870 to 1900  (8) | by Okinawa Soba (Rob)

AFRICAN DIGNITY in AMERICA'S FREE STATES -- 1870 to 1900 (8) | by Okinawa Soba (Rob)

A night out at a juke joint, S. Carolina, 1956.

LIFE and Civil Rights: Segregation in 1956 South Carolina

Segregation African Americans dancing to jukebox music in "Harlem Cafe," Greenville, South Carolina. Location: Greenville, SC, US Date taken: 1956 Photographer: Margaret Bourke-White

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