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ca. 1850’s, [melancholy daguerreotype portrait of a gentleman holding child], Samuel Broadbent via the Daguerreian Society, Grant Dinsmore Collection
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Portrait of an unidentified family (friends and/or family members of future newspaper publisher John H. Sengstacke) as they pose with a horse (the youngest one astride the horse), Idlewild, Michigan, September 1938. Idlewild, known as 'the Black Eden,' was a resort community that catered to African Americans, who were excluded from other resorts prior to the passage of the Civil RIghts Act of 1964.
Photographs of Princess Louise, Duchess of Connaught (1860-1917) from an 1880s photo shoot
Janis Joplin in her apartment on Lyon Street in San Francisco, California in 1968.
Clearing the Air: Commemorating Tallahassee's Smokey Hollow Community - PreservationNation Blog