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JOHN FREEMAN-MITFORD
(1805-1886). 1st Earl of Redesdale, 2nd Baron Redesdale. English member of the House of Lords and Protestant controversialist. Photograph, 1876.
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ROGERS AND CLEMENS, c1900.
Z.S. Freeman, American financier Henry Huttleston Rogers and writer Samuel Clemens (Mark Twain) aboard Rogers' steam yacht the Kanawha. Photograph, c1900.
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AMOS AND ANDY, 1930.
Blackfaced actors Freeman Gosden (right) and Charles Correll as, respectively, Amos and Andy in a scene from the film 'Check and Double Check,' 1930.
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THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE, 1941.
The cast of William Saroyan's play, 'The Beautiful People,' 1941.
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0003313
FREEDMEN SCHOOL, 1863.
Isaac and Rosa, emancipated slave children. Souvenir carte-de-visite photograph, 1863, sold in the northern states during the American Civil War for the benefit of the Freedmen Schools of Louisiana.
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FREEMEN'S MEETING, 1847.
Wood engraving, American, 1847.
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SLAVERY: MANUMISSION, 1777.
'Dinah Morris's Certificate of Freedom.' The manumission of Dinah Morris, 1777, in Vermont, the first slave freed in the North. Wood engraving, 19th century.
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0067025
BLACK EMIGRANTS, 1867.
Black emigrants on the deck of a steamer bound for New York from Richmond, Virginia, 1867. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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TIM ROBBINS AND MORGAN FREEMAN.
Tim Robbins and Morgan Freeman at the Oscars in 1995 for the film The shawshank redemption. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.†
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MORGAN FREEMAN.
actor Morgan Freeman at Academy Awards 1993. Full credit: AGIP - Rue des Archives / Granger, NYC -- All Rights Reserved.†
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WHITE SUPREMACISTS, 1867.
White Supremacists beating Phillis, a young North Carolina freedwoman, because she struck a white girl. Wood engraving, American, 1867.
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MARY WEBB (Fl.1850-60).
American freedwoman. Mrs. Webb reading 'Uncle Tom's Cabin' at the London home of the Duchess of Sutherland in 1856. Contemporary English engraving.
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VICTORY STORE, 1942.
Mrs. Alice White selling donated produce to Lorraine Lavertu for the war fund in Hardwick, Vermont. Photograph by Albert Freeman, October 1942.
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ELIZABETH T. GREENFIELD
(c1819-1876). Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield. American singer. Born into slavery, Greenfield was the 'Black Swan' who debuted at Metropolitan Hall in New York City in 1853 and performed for Queen Victoria. Line engraving, 19th century.
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0006491
BLACK WOMAN, c1850.
An unidentified African American woman. Daguerreotype.
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NAST: POLITICAL CARTOON.
'One of the first-fruits of the victory. President-elect Cleveland. "Shake heartily, boys!"'. Cartoon, 1884, by Thomas Nast following Grover Cleveland's election as President.
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HARRIET TUBMAN (c1823-1913).
American abolitionist. Photographed with a group of former slaves, late 19th century.
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E. FREEMAN (1742-1829).
Elizabeth Freeman (Mum Bett). American abolitionist. Watercolor, 1811, by Susan Sedgwick.
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VICTORY STORE, 1942.
Mrs. Alice White selling donated produce for the war fund in Hardwick, Vermont. Photograph by Albert Freeman, October 1942.
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0264484
CIVIL WAR: SOLDIER, c1863.
Portrait of Freeman Mason of Company K, 17th Vermont Infantry holding a tintype of his brother, Michael Mason. Tintype, c1864.
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0168878
SUPREME COURT, 1888.
The justices of the United States Supreme Court, led by Chief Justice Morrison Waite, hear a case. Wood engraving, 1888.
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0053254
EMANCIPATION, 1863.
1st South Carolina (Colored) Volunteer Regiment celebrates the emancipation of the slaves at Port Royal Island, 1 January 1863. Contemporary American wood engraving.
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ARCHAEOLOGY.
Egypt, 19th century. Discovery of the Serapeum at Saqqara by Auguste Mariette. Engraving by Freeman, 1851. Full Credit: DEA / G. DAGLI ORTI / Granger, NYC -- All rig
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PLANTATION LIFE.
'In Ole Virginny.' Black sharecroppers on a farm in Virginia. Wood engraving, American, 1876.
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0265925
JAMES MUX PRIEST (?-1883).
Liberian (American-born) colonist, Vice President of Liberia, 1864-1868. Daguerreotype by Augustus Washington, c1858.
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0260036
FRENCH MARSHALLS.
Napoleon's marshalls: Joachim Murat, Andre Massena, Michel Ney, Louis Berthier, Auguste Marmont, and Nicolas Soult. Engraving by Freeman and Francis William Topham, c1815.
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RECONSTRUCTION, 1867.
'Whipping a negro girl in North Carolina by "unconstructed" Johnsonians.' Wood engraving from an American newspaper of 1867.
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DESOLATE SOUTH, 1867.
'The desolate home - a picture of the suffering of the South.' Wood engraving from a northern American newspaper of 1867.
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MARY FREEMAN (1852-1930).
Mary Eleanor Wilkins Freeman. American writer. Line engraving, 1892.
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JOSEPH GURNEY CANNON
(1836-1926). American politician. Oil on canvas, 1914, by Freeman Thorp.
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0057682
DESOLATE SOUTH, 1867.
'The desolate home - a picture of the suffering of the South.' Wood engraving from a northern American newspaper of 1867.
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CUBA: PLANTATION WORKERS.
A group of elderly black workers in front of a palm frond house on a sugar plantation in Cuba. Photographed by Josť Gomez de la Carrera in 1886, the year slavery in Cuba was abolished.
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AMOS AND ANDY, 1930.
Blackfaced actors Freeman Gosden (left) and Charles Correll as, respectively, Amos and Andy in a scene from the film 'Check and Double Check,' 1930.
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0038724
SHARECROPPER, 1866.
'Plowing in South Carolina.' Wood engraving, American, 1866.
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ARTHUR ELPHINSTONE
(1688-1746). 6th Lord Balmerino. Scottish nobleman and an officer in the Jacobite army. Stipple engraving, English, 1846, by Samuel Freeman.
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AMOS AND ANDY, c1930.
Radio comedians Freeman Gosden (left) and Charles Correll of the CBS program 'Amos 'n' Andy.' Photographed c1930.
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NICHOLAS RIDLEY (1500-1555).
English religious reformer and Protestant martyr. Stipple engraving, English, 1837, by Samuel Freeman.
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ULYSSES S. GRANT (1822-1885).
18th President of the United States. Steel engraving, American, 1872, after a photograph by Freeman Thorp.
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CIVIL WAR: FREEDMEN, 1863.
Freed slaves coming into the Union lines at New Bern, North Carolina, following the Emancipation Proclamation, 1863. Contemporary American line engraving.
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PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, 1840.
A handbill of the Freeman's ticket of the Liberty Party, 1840.
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