Madame Vice President: Minnie Brown (taken at White Studios, NY, “She was an actress and singer, and a member of the Williams Walker Vaudevillian troupe. In 1920 she served as vice president for the National Association of Negro Musicians.
The real Betty Boop was a black actress/singer named Esther Jones. Her stage name was "Baby Esther." A white woman named Helen Kane saw her act, stole the look, baby voice routine and called herself "Betty Boop." Shared by Where YoUth Rise
Southern Belle, - by Richard Samuel Roberts, from the book, A True Likeness—The Black South of Richard Samuel Roberts: which depicts South Carolina’s African-American life in the and Black History Album, The Way We Were
Iwant to take vocal lessons in the style of jazz and blues.With the perfect hourglass figure, backless dresses and silver tinted hair, jazz singer Joyce Bryant became known as “The Bronze Blonde Bombshell.
Francine Everett, African-American actress and singer best known for performances in race films, independently produced motion pictures with all-black casts created exclusively for distribution to cinemas that catered to African American audiences.