Socialite A' Lelia Walker. Helped her mother, self-made millionaire Madam CJ Walker, build her empire from mail order business to multi-level sales and distribution. She ws also a patron of the Arts during the Harlem Renaissance.

Socialite A' Lelia Walker. Helped her mother, self-made millionaire Madam CJ Walker, build her empire from mail order business to multi-level sales and distribution. She ws also a patron of the Arts during the Harlem Renaissance.

A’Lelia Walker (only child of Madame C. J. Walker)  “Joy Goddess” of the Harlem Renaissance

A’Lelia Walker (only child of Madame C. Walker) “Joy Goddess” of the Harlem Renaissance

The daughter of Madam C.J. Walker, A'lelia Walker was the "it" girl of the Harlem Renaissance. The arts patron, who lived in a villa on the Hudson River, loved expensive cars and jewelry. Her legendary salons included the sparkling literati of the thriving 1920s black arts movement, including many gays and lesbians, as well as wealthy whites who trekked uptown.

The daughter of Madam C. Walker, A'lelia Walker was the "it" girl of the Harlem Renaissance.

A’Lelia Walker: “Joy Goddess” of the Harlem Renaissance      A’Lelia Walker, the only daughter of Madam C.J. Walker, helped her mother found the Madam C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company in Denver in 1906.    A’Lelia entertained the rich, famous, and soon to be famous including African and European royalty, Harlem Renaissance artists, civil rights leaders, white and black bankers and businessmen.

A'Lelia Walker - Daughter of Madam C. Walker and know as the "joy goddess" of the Harlem Renaissance for her parties and patronage.

Madam Walker/A'Lelia Walker Family Archives Treasures Collected and Inherited by Madam Walker's Great-great-granddaughter, A'Lelia Bundles

Posts about A’Lelia Walker on Madam Walker/A'Lelia Walker Family Archives

Winold Reiss: “Sari Price Patton,” 1925. Private collection. © The Reiss Partnership."There is very little info available on Sari Price Patton, but she was the hostess at a popular Harlem salon run by A’Lelia Walker." - Wearable Art

Winold Reiss: “Sari Price Patton,” 1925. Private... - rlaneri

Odetta - actually a picture of “Sari Price Patton,” 1925 by Winold Reiss. Sari was hostess at A’Lelia Walker's (socialite and heiress to Madame CJ Walker's hair and beauty fortune) Harlem salon "Dark Tower".

Madam C.J. Walker and A'Lelia Walker in Harlem - urbanbydesign - Urban By Design Online

Home of A'Lelia Walker's The Dark Tower" Salon where lavish Sunday Classical concerts and lavish parties were held. Madam C. Walker and A'Lelia Walker in Harlem - urbanbydesign - Urban By Design Online

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