Wordless Wednesday: African American Man, Philly, Circa 1860 to 1870 Full-length portrait of an African American man seated with a cane facing slightly left. Philadelphia, PA. Gihon & Jones, photographer. Circa 1860 to 1870. Source: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division, http://www.loc.gov/pictures/item/2010647827/ You may also likeWordless Wednesday: A Southern chain gang, Circa 1900-1906Wordless Wednesday: Negro woman standing in window, Circa 1930Wordless Wednesday: Negro Solidier, Fort Knox, KY, 1942 A good job in the air cleaner of an army truck, Fort Knox, Ky. This Negro soldier, who serves as truckdriver and mechanic, plays an important part in keeping army transport fleets in […]Zemanta You must log in to post a comment.