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Check albinoshadowfire's Instagram You all know I love me some Edwardian photography!  This lovely lady comes to me from Cambridge Antique Market in Cambridge, MA.  Her blouse is interesting, because it's made of a thick twill rather than the lightweight cottons we are more used to seeing. 
I'm rather devastated to no longer be in Spain, but this lady and her compatriots are a lovely welcome home ❤️
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You all know I love me some Edwardian photography! This lovely lady comes to me from Cambridge Antique Market in Cambridge, MA. Her blouse is interesting, because it's made of a thick twill rather than the lightweight cottons we are more used to seeing. I'm rather devastated to no longer be in Spain, but this lady and her compatriots are a lovely welcome home ❤️ #vintagephoto #vintagestyle #antiquephotography #edwardianstyle

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Check everettsamba's Instagram Nice parking Split Bug owner!

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Nice parking Split Bug owner! #vwbug #vintagephoto #blackandwhitephotography #vwsplitbug

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Check yesteryeararchive's Instagram You know what time it is! #christmascountdown 1655505422058220928_6087147641

You know what time it is! #christmascountdown

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Check theedivinesarah's Instagram Going through old family photos, I have boxes and boxes and more boxes!!!! #vintagephoto #vintagephotobooth #lostdays 1655502198401686992_329083220

Going through old family photos, I have boxes and boxes and more boxes!!!! #vintagephoto #vintagephotobooth #lostdays

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Check stampedncertified4's Instagram !!!!!!!! ・・・
"Another rare photo with Mr. Garvey and his American Representative Ernest B Knox, Friday, December 2, 1927, as Mr. Garvey was being deported from the Algiers pier in New Orleans aboard the SS Saramacca. Mr. Knox described having conference with Mr. Garvey that morning from 8:00 til 12:30PM, the time of the ship’s departure. 
Mr. Garvey told him, ��“I believe, somehow, that it’s a providential arrangement that I should leave America at this time. I have come here and labored and my labors have attracted the attention of the world at large. Numbers of people all over the world have been attracted to the virtues of this great program and I think America was the best place to start the movement. America holds the center of the stage among the nations of the earth and by my starting here it gave me a better glimpse of the rest of the world. But, somehow or other, I feel that I should go where Negroes are in the majority instead of the minority. I should go where the Negro has a chance to work out his own destiny and I want you to feel and see it like that. Wherever I may go, I want you understand that I am better able to serve the cause that we all love so well than I would be if I remained in America." Shortly before the ship departed, he counselled the rest of his top lieutenants in the stateroom as they fought back their sorrow, realizing this may be the last time they saw our sainted leader.�� Afterwards, Mr. Garvey rose to the deck of the ship with Mr. Knox (as pictured) and, before it sailed away, the man who had been freed after nearly 3 years in the worst prison in America, addressed the crowd of thousands.�� “I desire to convey to my supporters and friends and to the American public in general my heartfelt thanks for the great confidence they have shown in me at all times and especially during the periods of my trial and imprisonment, which I regard as a wonderful testimony of the knowledge they have of my innocence." #marcusgarvey
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#blackstar #raleighnc #raleigh via @black.archive & @prophetic_phonetics 1655493134484586310_2233727742

!!!!!!!! ・・・ "Another rare photo with Mr. Garvey and his American Representative Ernest B Knox, Friday, December 2, 1927, as Mr. Garvey was being deported from the Algiers pier in New Orleans aboard the SS Saramacca. Mr. Knox described having conference with Mr. Garvey that morning from 8:00 til 12:30PM, the time of the ship’s departure. Mr. Garvey told him, ��“I believe, somehow, that it’s a providential arrangement that I should leave America at this time. I have come here and labored and my labors have attracted the attention of the world at large. Numbers of people all over the world have been attracted to the virtues of this great program and I think America was the best place to start the movement. America holds the center of the stage among the nations of the earth and by my starting here it gave me a better glimpse of the rest of the world. But, somehow or other, I feel that I should go where Negroes are in the majority instead of the minority. I should go where the Negro has a chance to work out his own destiny and I want you to feel and see it like that. Wherever I may go, I want you understand that I am better able to serve the cause that we all love so well than I would be if I remained in America." Shortly before the ship departed, he counselled the rest of his top lieutenants in the stateroom as they fought back their sorrow, realizing this may be the last time they saw our sainted leader.�� Afterwards, Mr. Garvey rose to the deck of the ship with Mr. Knox (as pictured) and, before it sailed away, the man who had been freed after nearly 3 years in the worst prison in America, addressed the crowd of thousands.�� “I desire to convey to my supporters and friends and to the American public in general my heartfelt thanks for the great confidence they have shown in me at all times and especially during the periods of my trial and imprisonment, which I regard as a wonderful testimony of the knowledge they have of my innocence." #marcusgarvey #blackarchive #blackhistory #vintagephotography #vintagephoto #vintagefashion #americanhistory #blackhistory #blackstarliner #blackstar #raleighnc #raleighvia @black.archive & @prophetic_phonetics

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Check cara_deangelis's Instagram Inspiration: My grandfather Nicholas Sinchuk. He was Ukrainian and Russian. His father Auksenty was the Village elder in a small area outside of St.Petersburg. He served in WWII, and worked as a machinist at Remington Arms in Bridgeport CT for many years. He was unbelievably handsome and I wish I had even a fraction of his beauty.
#myfamily #mygrandfather #bwphotography #warveteran #vintage #vintagephoto #wwii 1655483107581419947_651420107

Inspiration: My grandfather Nicholas Sinchuk. He was Ukrainian and Russian. His father Auksenty was the Village elder in a small area outside of St.Petersburg. He served in WWII, and worked as a machinist at Remington Arms in Bridgeport CT for many years. He was unbelievably handsome and I wish I had even a fraction of his beauty. #myfamily #mygrandfather #bwphotography #warveteran #vintage #vintagephoto #wwii

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Check cara_deangelis's Instagram Inspiration: my grandmother Olga Bruchansky. She was Polish and Russian, her occupation was a hairdresser. She became Olga Sinchuk when she married my grandfather. She taught me when I was a little girl “you have to suffer to be beautiful”. She was right, as grandmothers always are.

#mygrandmother #olga #vintage #family #vintagephoto #photography #familyhistory 1655479734161564744_651420107

Inspiration: my grandmother Olga Bruchansky. She was Polish and Russian, her occupation was a hairdresser. She became Olga Sinchuk when she married my grandfather. She taught me when I was a little girl “you have to suffer to be beautiful”. She was right, as grandmothers always are. #mygrandmother #olga #vintage #family #vintagephoto #photography #familyhistory

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Check vintagearmcandy's Instagram 50% off entire shop two days only. #blackfridaysale #vintagesale #vintage #vintagephoto #instagood #blackfriday 1655477038565559646_145019795

50% off entire shop two days only. #blackfridaysale #vintagesale #vintage #vintagephoto #instagood #blackfriday

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Check prophetic_phonetics's Instagram #Repost @black.archive
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"Another rare photo with Mr. Garvey and his American Representative Ernest B Knox, Friday, December 2, 1927, as Mr. Garvey was being deported from the Algiers pier in New Orleans aboard the SS Saramacca. Mr. Knox described having conference with Mr. Garvey that morning from 8:00 til 12:30PM, the time of the ship’s departure. 
Mr. Garvey told him, ��“I believe, somehow, that it’s a providential arrangement that I should leave America at this time. I have come here and labored and my labors have attracted the attention of the world at large. Numbers of people all over the world have been attracted to the virtues of this great program and I think America was the best place to start the movement. America holds the center of the stage among the nations of the earth and by my starting here it gave me a better glimpse of the rest of the world. But, somehow or other, I feel that I should go where Negroes are in the majority instead of the minority. I should go where the Negro has a chance to work out his own destiny and I want you to feel and see it like that. Wherever I may go, I want you understand that I am better able to serve the cause that we all love so well than I would be if I remained in America." Shortly before the ship departed, he counselled the rest of his top lieutenants in the stateroom as they fought back their sorrow, realizing this may be the last time they saw our sainted leader.�� Afterwards, Mr. Garvey rose to the deck of the ship with Mr. Knox (as pictured) and, before it sailed away, the man who had been freed after nearly 3 years in the worst prison in America, addressed the crowd of thousands.�� “I desire to convey to my supporters and friends and to the American public in general my heartfelt thanks for the great confidence they have shown in me at all times and especially during the periods of my trial and imprisonment, which I regard as a wonderful testimony of the knowledge they have of my innocence." #marcusgarvey
#blackarchive #blackhistory #vintagephotography #vintagephoto #vintagefashion #americanhistory #blackhistory #blackstarliner
#blackstar #raleighnc #raleigh 1655474500559881737_18925229

#repost@black.archive ・・・ "Another rare photo with Mr. Garvey and his American Representative Ernest B Knox, Friday, December 2, 1927, as Mr. Garvey was being deported from the Algiers pier in New Orleans aboard the SS Saramacca. Mr. Knox described having conference with Mr. Garvey that morning from 8:00 til 12:30PM, the time of the ship’s departure. Mr. Garvey told him, ��“I believe, somehow, that it’s a providential arrangement that I should leave America at this time. I have come here and labored and my labors have attracted the attention of the world at large. Numbers of people all over the world have been attracted to the virtues of this great program and I think America was the best place to start the movement. America holds the center of the stage among the nations of the earth and by my starting here it gave me a better glimpse of the rest of the world. But, somehow or other, I feel that I should go where Negroes are in the majority instead of the minority. I should go where the Negro has a chance to work out his own destiny and I want you to feel and see it like that. Wherever I may go, I want you understand that I am better able to serve the cause that we all love so well than I would be if I remained in America." Shortly before the ship departed, he counselled the rest of his top lieutenants in the stateroom as they fought back their sorrow, realizing this may be the last time they saw our sainted leader.�� Afterwards, Mr. Garvey rose to the deck of the ship with Mr. Knox (as pictured) and, before it sailed away, the man who had been freed after nearly 3 years in the worst prison in America, addressed the crowd of thousands.�� “I desire to convey to my supporters and friends and to the American public in general my heartfelt thanks for the great confidence they have shown in me at all times and especially during the periods of my trial and imprisonment, which I regard as a wonderful testimony of the knowledge they have of my innocence." #marcusgarvey #blackarchive #blackhistory #vintagephotography #vintagephoto #vintagefashion #americanhistory #blackhistory #blackstarliner #blackstar #raleighnc #raleigh

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