Blacks in Utah | Peoples of Utah
Lottie Campbell, sister of Sylvester Perkins and Mary Ann James. This fashionable woman helps to illustrate the presence of Black pioneers in Utah, and the contribution of African Americans to the social fabric of the Territory and State. This image was digitized by the J. Willard Marriott Library at the University of Utah.
Tea with friends, and one must wear one's finest hat!
One of a pair of delightful images. They look like they should be on the lawn in Buckingham Palace, yet here they are in the back yard of what appears to be terraced houses! I believe there are four ladies in total, only one appearing in both shots. I'm guessing Edwardian, c. 1910 +/-
[Fernery, Horticultural Building, Belle Isle Park, Detroit, Mich.]
Title: [Fernery, Horticultural Building, Belle Isle Park, Detroit, Mich.] Related Names: Detroit Publishing Co. , publisher Date Created/Published: [between 1900 and 1910]