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17 Stunning Images of Black Women During the Harlem Renaissance Era

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The Cotton Club might be Harlem’s most famous surviving jazz venue, but during the Harlem Renaissance that started after World War I and ended sometime during the Great Depression, it was also the neighborhood’s most notorious. It had been opened by Jack Johnson, the first African American world heavyweight boxing champion, as the Club Deluxe (or Club De Luxe) in 1920.

The Cotton Club might be Harlem’s most famous surviving jazz venue, but during the Harlem Renaissance that started after World War I and ended sometime during the Great Depression, it was also the neighborhood’s most notorious. It had been opened by Jack Johnson, the first African American world heavyweight boxing champion, as the Club Deluxe (or Club De Luxe) in 1920.

The Harlem renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement for African Americans in new york. Black people were able to move the city during the war, and once there a talented community came together to create the Harlem Renaissance.

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The Harlem renaissance was a cultural and artistic movement for African Americans in new york. Black people were able to move the city during the war, and once there a talented community came together to create the Harlem Renaissance.

Photo taken by James Van Der Zee, a black photographer known for his portraits of the emerging black middle class in Harlem during the renaissance era.

17 Stunning Images of Black Women During the Harlem Renaissance Era

Photo taken by James Van Der Zee, a black photographer known for his portraits of the emerging black middle class in Harlem during the renaissance era.

James Van Der Zee -- was an African-American photographer best known for his portraits of black New Yorkers. He was a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance. Aside from the artistic merits of his work, Van Der Zee produced the most comprehensive documentation of the period. Among his most famous subjects during this time were Marcus Garvey, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson and Countee Cullen.

James Van Der Zee -- was an African-American photographer best known for his portraits of black New Yorkers. He was a leading figure in the Harlem Renaissance. Aside from the artistic merits of his work, Van Der Zee produced the most comprehensive documentation of the period. Among his most famous subjects during this time were Marcus Garvey, Bill "Bojangles" Robinson and Countee Cullen.

Duke Ellington performed regularly here, and Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday both launched their careers at the venue’s amateur night. You can say that the Apollo Theater was the ‘Motown’ before Motown. Today, the theater stands as an artifact on the bustling 125th street.

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Duke Ellington performed regularly here, and Ella Fitzgerald and Billie Holiday both launched their careers at the venue’s amateur night. You can say that the Apollo Theater was the ‘Motown’ before Motown. Today, the theater stands as an artifact on the bustling 125th street.

Debutante Ball In Harlem

Como elegante ! Aqui era um baile de debutantes no final de 1950 , ou, eventualmente, início dos anos 1960 . O cabelo e vestidos são tão elegante ! ( E os casais parecem bastante esmagados, também!)

Cotton Club - jazz cabaret night with mocktails? CHRISTMAS ball alternative - themed with a photobooth - James Ajebon, encouragement stockings

Inside the speakeasies of the 1920s: The hidden drinking spots that transformed New York City's night life during the prohibition era and beyond

Cotton Club - jazz cabaret night with mocktails? CHRISTMAS ball alternative - themed with a photobooth - James Ajebon, encouragement stockings

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