Contains 60 Results:
Advertising trade cards that contain stereotypically racist images of African Americans. The cards are for a clothier. The folder also contains an advertisement for Jos. J. Foley, Tailor, Boston MA, which has a November 1908 calendar alongside an illustration of African American children swinging and climbing trees.
This folder contains multiple advertising cards. The items advertised include soaps, clothing, and household goods. The cards contain stereotypical images of African Americans.
This folder contains advertising cards that depict African Americans in a negative light. Common features are large lips and flouncy outfits. The sketches on the cards often have little to do with the product being advertised.
Stereotypical black representations on three advertising trade cards. The cards for pancake batter and clothes depict African Americans with large eyes and mouths along with other stereotypical features.
This sketch is an preliminary painting of "The Connoisseurs", a popular advertising image for Cream of Wheat. The painting features a black man in a chef’s hat, teaching a child about the taste and health benefits of cream of wheat.
Included are published items like travel guides, joke books, song books, story books, programs and handbills, comic strips, a yearbook, election fliers, political publications, pamphlets and calendars.
A booklet of twenty minor dramas, extravaganzas, and farces for the amateur stage. The plays contain stereotypical typecasting of African Americans.
A story book entitled “The Ten Little Niggers,” with stereotypical illustrations. The layout of the book is similar to that of “Ten Little Indians.”
This joke book features jokes that promote racism and a negative view of African Americans. The jokes are also anti-immigration and misogynistic.
An editorial from the Monroe, La. Morning World, concerns the author's fears that the United Nations is secretly a Communist plot.
52 playing cards from the game "In Dixie-Land". Copyrighted 1896, L.D. Baldwin, by The Fireside Game Co. The instructions are missing.
This folder contains a set of playing cards. The cards have a sketch and a brief biological summary of influential African American inventors, politicians, musicians, and activists. Rules for the game are included.