Postcard featuring a black boy staring at another one whom is pinned against a wall by a very large rooster. Its front has text "Deed, I dun eat no chicken". Its back is stamped with "CINCINNATI.O. MAR 11 530PM 1909".
"Honey, we'se waitin' fo' you all" in beautiful Florida.
Color Black Americana postcard. Front: Features two black children riding a pelican in the beach. With printed text "'Honey, we'se waitin' fo' you all' in beautiful Florida-F73". Back: William Franklin Arwood's poem "This is Florida". Numbered "21216".
Vintage color postcard. Front: features 10 workers in the cotton field, one man in horseback, and a black boy in a cotton basket. with printed text: "PICKING COTTON" - DOWN IN SUNNY DIXIE - 6. Back: with printed text "MADE IN U.S.A. BY E.C. KROPP CO., MILWAUKEE, WIS.". Numbered 4707.
Printed color Black Americana postcard. Front: Black man in hat looking over fence, with dog and watermelon at the other side of the fence. Entitled "Thou art so near and yet so far." Back: The card is addressed to Miss Blanche E. Bagby. Stamped "LYNN, MASS JUL 6 3 PM 1905".
Magazine advertisement for "six new desserts" by Elizabeth Woody. Caption: "Topsies' and 'Evas' I call these... Because, like the irrepressible Topsy in Uncle Tom's Cabin, three are decided brunettes... while the other three, like the angelic Little Eva, are delectable blondes. Six new desserts—do try them!" Second page: "It's all done with lemons". Sunkist tips and tricks on things to do with lemons.
Printed color Black Americana postcards. Front: Five black children looking out of a window. Card entitled "A Dark Outlook". Addressed to Mr. Ralph Berridge. Stamped "EVANSVILLE IND. SEP 15 6 PM 1907".
Vintage color postcard. Front: features four black men in front of a barbershop tent, with one patron sitting. Titled "A Florida barbershop. Back: Printed "The Hugh C. Leighton Co., Manufacturers, ME., U.S.A. 2158" and "Made in Germany". Card is postally unused.
A native of Dixieland at work on a turpentine plantation.
Black Americana postcard entitled "A native of Dixieland at work on a turpentine plantation, a major industry in the south". It is numbered "D-547" and "E-742B" in the front. Back has printed text "Published by the Asheville Post Card Co., Asheville, N. C.". The card is postally unused.
Postcard consisting of 2 pages (front & back). Front: Black and white photograph, the Drummer boy Jackson, former slave and then drummer for the Union Army in the 79th U.S. Colored Troops in Louisiana. Back has text: 'Drummer Jackson' 79th United States Colored Troops. This image was one of many propaganda acts used to encourage Negro enlistments."