The Jim Crow Museum Question of the Month ... November 2012.

1874 jigsaw puzzle, sold by the McLoughlin Company of New York. The puzzle was called Chopped Up Niggers. When I place any vintage ads or pictures in the evil board, it is the sentiment that is evil.

The official website of the Jim Crow Museum at Ferris State University in northern Michigan. Probably the most comprehensive site on Jim Crow American I could find! Warning: There are many graphic and offensive pieces of memorabilia on this site.

Another piece of propaganda where the black man is made to look scary and foolish. Whites wanted everyone to view blacks as unintelligent and frightening, so they would use pictures like these to get their message across.


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Vintage Gardening, Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Illustrations, Black History, Art Posters, Holiday Cards, Sign, Vintage Cards, Vintage Labels

One of the reasons I collect Black Memorabilia - RECLAMATION

Earth Alone (Earthrise Book 1

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This can of “Niggerhead Oysters” was a common sight until the During the Jim Crow period, the term “Nigger Head” was applied to many products. Leidersdorf Company began.

Racist Cartoon You are viewing a picture of a Racist Cartoon created in 1906, which portrays a stereotypical view of Blacks at that time. Description from I searched for this on

Racism is still alive in America…Woman refuses to rent to Blacks

Racist cartoon created in which portrays a stereotypical view of blacks at that time Created by the US Lithograph Company, the image portrays three African-American men lusting after a white woman.

13 Most Racist Things At The Jim Crow Museum Of Racist Memorabilia

13 Most Racist Things At The Jim Crow Museum Of Racist Memorabilia

Community Post: 13 Most Racist Things At The Jim Crow Museum Of Racist Memorabilia This front page of an old gossip rag not only tells us some interesting information about the Boston Strangler, but is also extremely racist.

1910 extremely racist postcard shows an immodest Sapphire beating and berating her husband. (From "Understanding Jim Crow")