As primeiras fotografias portuguesas de sempre mostram-se no Chiado
As primeiras fotografias portuguesas de sempre mostram-se no Chiado - Observador
Florence Mills in 1923. She was born in 1895, to ex-slaves in a Washington, D.C. slum. By the age of four, she was performing on stage. By the 1920s, she was the toast of Broadway and London and the first black woman featured in Vogue. Her trademark song, ‘I'm a Little Blackbird Looking for a Bluebird’ was a protest against racial inequality. Mills died in 1927, aged only 31.
+~+~ Antique Photograph ~+~+ Elegant African American Couple 1910.
Interracial marriage in Paraná, Brazil, 1920s Japanese man with African woman.
Av. Paulista - Década de 1940. Talvez de um postal raríssimo
Ambulante do Rio de Janeiro (1895) por Marc Ferrez --- Salesman in Rio de Janeiro, by Marc Ferrez
Virgulino Lampião e Maria Bonita no sertão do Nordeste, fotografados em 1936 pelo mascate Benjamin Abrahão. Veja mais em: http://semioticas1.blogspot.com.br/2012/03/lampiao-no-cinema.html
Maria Bonita fotografada por Benjamin Abrahão - Cangaço - Nordeste - Brasil
Princesa Isabel Cristina Leopoldina Augusta Micaela Gabriela Rafaela Gonzaga de Bragança e Bourbon,29 de julho de 1846.Primeira mulher a governar o Brasil.
Virgulino Ferreira da Silva, o Lampião,Captain" Virgulino Ferreira da Silva, better known as Lampião (more archaic spelling 'Lampeão', Portuguese pronunciation: [lɐ̃piˈɐ̃w], meaning "lantern" or "oil lamp"), was the most famous bandit leader of the Cangaço. Cangaço was a form of banditry endemic to the Brazilian Northeast in the 1920s and 1930s. Lampião's exploits turned him into a 'folk hero', the Brazilian equivalent of Jesse James.