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Life is beautiful. Brooklyn I love you long time. Classically beautiful. Not less. Remember that!

BlaqGirlProper
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Mean!!! #automobile #vintage #streetphotography #vsco #vscocam #brooklyn
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The coffee table and the ashtrays belonged to my grandparents… #old #vintage #blackandwhite #casa #coffeetable #ashtrays
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Tropicana Las Vegas #vintage #casino #hotel #lasvegas #blackandwhite
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She may be my old bitch, but she still gets around…. #vintage #12yearsold #speedy #louisvuitton #LV #patinaonthehardware
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Vintage

Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn NY
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Me x Popeye

Dress: Wood Wood
Me x Popeye

Dress: Wood Wood
Me x Popeye

Dress: Wood Wood
Me x Popeye

Dress: Wood Wood
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blackhistoryalbum:

Three African American women on their way to take their licensing examination by the Texas State Board of Cosmetology ca. 1940.  Photo: Franklin Papers, Houston Metropolitan Research Center, Houston Public Library.

I’d wear the dress the first lady
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blackhistoryalbum:

A bevy of stylish African-American Beauties, 1941. Photographed by Charles “Teenie” Harris
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Gorgeous ladies with class and style
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blackhistoryalbum:

KILLIN’ITVintage Black Fashion, Chicago, 1975 via vintagenoire:
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That hat is everything…
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blackhistoryalbum:

FAMILY MATTERS | THE BLACK VICTORIANSWilliam T. Shorey (1859-1919), famous whaling captain, and his family, San Francisco, CA. Late 1800s
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Style and Grace
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Dancing With The Stars ….. Old Skool Style
VIA

Dancing close in the street….
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vivipiuomeno:

Billie Holiday at the d’Orly Airport, Paris, by Jean-Pierre Leloir ph. 1958

Her earrings, so Afrocentric…
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My grandmother used to keep these around for cigar smoking grandfather. I can still smell those cigars! Today I have them out just for show, there’s no smoking in my house
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This photo was taken in 1957, the little girl is my mother Doris. Sitting behind her is my grandmother Gertrude and to her left are my cousins Beatrice and Betty. I’ve never seen such a pretty picture as this one.