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Charles and Willa Bruce, 1880’s Charles and Willa owned a beach resort called Bruce’s Beach in Manhattan Beach, CA, one of the few beaches in 1900’s open to African Americans

Charles and Willa Bruce, Charles and Willa owned a beach resort called Bruce’s Beach in Manhattan Beach, CA, one of the few beaches in open to African Americans.

Hugh Mulzac, the first African-American captain in the U.S. Navy to command an integrated crew during World War II, with his family at a 1940s dinner in his honor. Paul Robeson spoke and Hazel Scott performed during the evening.

Hugh Mulzac, the first African-American captain in the U. Navy to command an integrated crew during World War II, with his family at a dinner in his honor. Paul Robeson spoke and Hazel Scott performed during the evening.

Vintage_African_American_Family_12 Vintage Images of African American Families We Love!

Vintage Images of African American Families We Love

Vintage_African_American_Family_12 Vintage Images of African American Families We Love!

The last faces of American slavery: Stunning pictures of men and women who were born into slavery and photographed more than 70 years after being freed.

Stunning pictures of men and women who were born into slavery and photographed more than seventy years after being freed

Father & daughter circa, 1900.

I love this sweet/sad picture. He is probably raising his baby by himself. Man and Daughter by Black History Album

Back row L-R: Tatatty (Comanche) with her niece, Wifeper or Frances Wright (Comanche/African American), and Tatatty's husband, Tatenequer (Comanche) Front row L-R: Henry Wright (Comanche/African American) son of Frances Wright, and his brother, Lorenzano Wright (Comanche/African American) - circa 1910

An Ancestry of African-Native Americans

Back row L-R: Tatatty (Comanche) with her niece, Wifeper or Frances Wright (Comanche/African American), and Tatatty's husband, Tatenequer (Comanche) Front row L-R: Henry Wright (Comanche/African American) son of Frances Wright, and his brother, Lorenzano Wright (Comanche/African American) - circa 1910

These two are so cute!

Portrait of a small African American boy and girl posing on a snow scene set, ca. Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University.

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