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Teenaged Boys Using Blanket To Toss Their Friend, Norma Baker, Into The Air On The Beach, 1948

I like the short hair and dropped-waistline fad (for lack of a better word) of this time period. Reminds me of singing in the rain :D

For Grandma Claire- she and I both loved the A flapper putting on the ritz. I like the short hair and dropped-waistline fad (for lack of a better word) of this time period. Reminds me of singing in the rain.

vintage everyday: A Victorian Woman Riding Her Ostrich

woman riding side-saddle on an austrich. antique photograph of a woman riding an ostrich.

Iyasu V was the designated but uncrowned Emperor of Ethiopia (1913–16). His baptismal name was Kifle Yaqob. Because he was never crowned emperor, he is usually referred to as Lij Iyasu, "Lij" meaning child, especially one born of royal blood.

Iyasu V was the designated but uncrowned Emperor of Ethiopia His baptismal name was Kifle Yaqob. Because he was never crowned emperor, he is usually referred to as Lij Iyasu, "Lij" meaning child, especially one born of royal blood.

Prince Alemayehu with Captain Speedy (his official guardian) in England. Capt Speedy was the only best friend young prince Alemayehu had and the only person who could understand & speak Amharik language to him. Unfortunately, the boy only lived to age 18, and died of what some say was a broken heart for his mother (she mysteriously disappear while in British custody aboard ship to England) and his father and country.

1868 - Prince (Dejatch) Alamayou of Abyssinia (Prince Alemayehu Tewodros of Ethiopia); Tristram Charles Sawyer Speedy, by (Cornelius) Jabez Hughes, 1868 - NPG - © National Portrait Gallery, London

eueasflores: “Princess Elizabeth of Toro ”

Some photographs of Princess Elizabeth Bagaya of Toro via History In Progress Uganda.

Charlotte Ray   February 27, 1872 Charlotte Ray graduates from Howard Law School. She is the first African American lawyer in the U.S.

Susan Smith McKinney Steward was the first Black American woman to earn a medical doctorate (M.) in New York State and the third in the United States.

King Duke IX of Old Calabar, 1895

King Duke IX of Old Calabar, 1895

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