Argent Editions Historic Photographs

Black History Photographs

Argent Editions' collection of Black History photographs covers the Civil War through the Civil Rights movement. Our goal is to provide the highest quality prints available of these remarkable subjects.

Browse below or search for photographs with the label Black History.



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Descendants of Former Slaves of the Pettway Plantation

Descendants of Former Slaves of the Pettway Plantation

Gee's Bend, Alabama - 1937 Labels: Great Depression, Black History, Children, Boys, Girls, American South
Arthur Rothstein
Medicine Show Performer

Medicine Show Performer

Huntingdon, Tennessee - November 1935 Labels: Black History, Great Depression, American South
Ben Shahn
Sharecropper's Wife

Sharecropper's Wife

Pulaski County, Arkansas October 1935 Labels: Black History, Great Depression
Ben Shahn
Portrait of W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois

Portrait of W.E.B. (William Edward Burghardt) Du Bois

c 1919 Labels: Black History, African American Leaders
Cornelius M. Battey
Country Store, Sunday Afternooon

Country Store, Sunday Afternooon

Gordonton, NC - July 1939 Labels: Black History, Great Depression, American South
Dorothea Lange
Thirteen Year Old Sharecropper Boy Near Americus, Georgia

Thirteen Year Old Sharecropper Boy Near Americus, Georgia

July 1937 Labels: Black History, Great Depression, Children, Boys, American South
Dorothea Lange
George Washington Carver and Staff

George Washington Carver and Staff

Tuskegee, Alabama c 1902 Labels: Black History, African American Leaders
Frances Johnston
Harlem Newsboy

Harlem Newsboy

New York City, 1943 Labels: Black History, New York City, Children, Boys
Gordon Parks
Day Laborers Waiting to be Paid for Cotton Picking

Day Laborers Waiting to be Paid for Cotton Picking

Mississippi Delta, Mississippi October, 1939 Labels: Black History, Great Depression, Children, Boys, American South
Marion Post Wolcott
School Choir, Gee's Bend Alabama

School Choir, Gee's Bend Alabama

School choir led by Robert Pierce, school principal. They won state championship. Gee's Bend, Alabama - May 1939 Labels: Black History, Children,...
Marion Post Wolcott

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