Bygone Americana

Black dolls manufactured to celebrate the Black is Beautiful movement. Harlem, 1968.
By Eve Arnold

Black dolls manufactured to celebrate the Black is Beautiful movement. Harlem, 1968.

By Eve Arnold

(Source: magnumphotos.com)

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