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[Group of 71 Stereograph Views of African-Americans and Early Black American Culture, including Colloquial Black Humor]
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[Group of 71 Stereograph Views of African-Americans and Early Black American Culture, including Colloquial Black Humor]

Francis Hendricks
(American, Syracuse, New York)

Publisher: European and American Views
Publisher: Webster & Albee (American)
Publisher: American Stereoscopic Company (American)
Artist: J. Mullen (American)
Artist: E. F. Smith (American)
Publisher: American Scenery (American)
Publisher: Life Groups (American)
Publisher: America Illustrated (American)
Artist: Wilson & Havens (American)
Publisher: Underwood & Underwood (American)
Photography Studio: Sun Sculpture Works and Studios (American)
Artist: Strohmeyer & Wyman (American)
Artist: George Barker (American, born Canada, 1844–1894)
Publisher: Keystone View Company, London
Artist: Kilburn Brothers (American, active ca. 1865–1890)
Artist: H. C. White Company (American)
Artist: T. W. Ingersoll
Publisher: Canvassers
Publisher: Continent Stereoscopic Company (New York)
Publisher: Littleton View Company (American)
Artist: Alfred S. Campbell (American)
Artist: James M. Davis
Artist: C. H. Graves (American)
Publisher: Florida Novelties and Views (American)
Artist: Griffith & Griffith, American
Publisher: Metropolitan Series (American)
Publisher: Ingersoll View Company (American)
Publisher: Popular Series
Publisher: Universal View Co. (American)
Artist: William H. Rau (American, 1855–1920)
Publisher: M. H. Zahner (American)
Artist: Unknown
Date: 1850s–1910s
Dimensions: Mounts approximately: 8.5 x 17.5 cm (3 3/8 x 6 7/8 in.) to 10.7 x 17.8 cm (4 3/16 x 7 in.)
Classification: Photographs
Credit Line: Gift of Weston J. Naef, in memory of Kathleen W. Naef and Weston J. Naef Sr., 1982
Accession Number: 1982.1182.315–.385

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