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Paramount Photographers

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These Vintage Photos Recount Nigeria's History, Dissolving Stereotypes Along The Way Smithsonian Institution

Gorgeous Photos Of Nigeria's Past Aim To Dissolve Stereotypes

These Vintage Photos Recount Nigeria's History, Dissolving Stereotypes Along The Way Smithsonian Institution

Africa | Gelede Masqueraders.  Yoruba people, Nigeria. | © "The Dance, Art and Ritual of Africa".  Michel Huet, Jean Laude, Jean-Louis Paudrat.  Published in 1978, Pantheon Books

Africa | Gelede Masqueraders. Yoruba people, Nigeria. | © "The Dance, Art and Ritual of Africa". Michel Huet, Jean Laude, Jean-Louis Paudrat. Published in 1978, Pantheon Books

Woman doing another’s hair in Owakande, which is directly located on the Cross River in what is now northern Cross River state, Nigeria. By Charles Partridge, 1904.

Woman doing another’s hair in Owakande, which is directly located on the Cross River in what is now northern Cross River state, Nigeria. By Charles Partridge, 1904.

vintage yoruba - Google Search

vintage yoruba - Google Search

nigerianostalgia: A freed Yoruba slave from Bahia, Brazil. 1800s

nigerianostalgia: A freed Yoruba slave from Bahia, Brazil. 1800s

Paramount Photographers - Pigozzi Collection 2014 - Contemporary African Art Collection

Paramount Photographers - Pigozzi Collection 2014 - Contemporary African Art Collection

Pierre Verger, mensageiro entre dois mundos, fotos de 1932 a 1962 - Pierre Verger

Pierre Verger, mensageiro entre dois mundos, fotos de 1932 a 1962 - Pierre Verger

Ottobah CugoanoQuobna Ottobah Cugoano (1757-Unknown), born in Ghana, kidnapped, enslaved and taken to the West in 1770. Taken to England in 1772, he "became one of the leaders of London's African community and their campaign to end slavery." Contemporary of Olaudah Equiano

Ottobah CugoanoQuobna Ottobah Cugoano (1757-Unknown), born in Ghana, kidnapped, enslaved and taken to the West in 1770. Taken to England in 1772, he "became one of the leaders of London's African community and their campaign to end slavery." Contemporary of Olaudah Equiano

Paramount Photographers - Pigozzi Collection 2014 - Contemporary African Art Collection

Paramount Photographers - Pigozzi Collection 2014 - Contemporary African Art Collection

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