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The caption from Corbis on this circa 1920s picture reads "Photo shows Thelma and Bonnie, called the "Graceful Creoles," posing coyly for the photographer at the Lido." The Lido is in Venice, Italy. And you thought you just loved "Thelma and Louise"... :)

New Year's hangovers sucked in the 1940s, too

Jan. 1, 1940 Employees of the Diamond Horseshoe in New York clean after a New Year's party. IMAGE: KEYSTONE-FRANCE

The brilliant, peerless, hilarious Richard Pryor (1940-2005) was born 73 years ago today in Peoria, IL. In this photo, he and Phylicia Rashad are paying a visit to Ms. Rashad’s sister Debbie Allen in her dressing room on April 27, 1986. Ms. Allen had just opened in the return of Sweet Charity on Broadway. Photo by Ezio. Vintage Black Glamour (The Coffee Table Book!) is coming in 2014! Register your interest here http://vintageblackglamourbook.com/ And thank you!

Dancers Carmen de Lavallade and Geoffrey Holder (followed by Ms. de Lavallade’s sister, Elaine de Lavallade and Emery Lewis) on their wedding day, June 26, 1955. The wedding was hosted by theater legend Lucille Lortel at her estate in Westport, Connecticut and notables like Diahann Carroll, Josephine Premice, and Carl Van Vechten. Mr. Van Vechten’s assistant at the time, Saul Mauriber, took this photograph. Via:Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library

Albinism is Beautiful

Black people can be albino too. Albinism results from a recessive gene in both parents that results in a lack of melanin in their child. at one time, albinos were considered evil and were even hunted or persecuted in some countries. I find them all unique and beautiful.

indypendent-thinking: Walker Evans, Woman in a Courtyard, 1933

Toni Morrison, Alice Walker, Ntozake Shange, June Jordan, Lori Sharpe, and Audrey Edwards circa 1977 at a Black women’s writing group.

Geoffrey Holder, Dancer, Actor, Painter and More, Dies at 84

Rest in Peace ~ Geoffrey Holder, Dancer, Actor, Artist and Much More, Dies at 84 - NYTimes.com