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Harlem on My Mind: Our Faces, Our Places

Celebrating The Harlem Renaissance People and Places, 1918 - 1937


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                                                         Leta Hendricks

Homes of Respect

Front: Villa Lewaro, the lavish estate of Madam C.J. Walker in Irvington, New York

Back: Madam C.J. Walker's Villa Lewaro

Madam C.J. Walker at the wheel

A'Lelia Walker's Dark Tower

A'Lelia Walker's Dark Tower music Room

A'Lelia Walker

Regina M. Anderson Dream Haven Regina is in the front in the middle wearing the lightest colored dress. Louella Tucker is behind her on Regina's left (our right) and Ethel Ray is on our far left behind Langston Hughes. This is on the rooftop of their sal

Rooftop party in honor of Langston Hughes hosted by Regina Anderson Andrews and Ethel Ray Nance. Left to right: Langston Hughes, Charles S. Johnson, E. Franklin Frazier, Rudolph Fisher, and Hubert Delany (brother of the Delaney Sisters) at Dream Haven

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