To get you ready for Easter weekend I thought I’d give you a little slice of life from a hardcore evangelical store front church in South L.A. (the neighborhood of Florence to be exact) in the early 70s. As L.A. legend Charles Mingus said, Better Git It in Your Soul! Click here to get sanctified.
I’m closing out Black History Month with a third gallery- This one containing 100 photo booth pics from my collection. See them all here.
p.s. Hopefully I’ll be posting a few more galleries of African-American photos from my collection in the next week or two- I’ll have at least two galleries of snapshots and a third of miscellaneous tintypes, studio portraits, and other random stuff that I don’t have enough of to warrant specialized galleries.
To continue my Black History Month posts I’ve put together a large gallery of nearly all of my African-American real photo postcard collection- nearly 200 in all. Click here to see them all.
A selection of studio portraits taken with a camera that made quick direct positive prints much like a photo booth camera. To see about 50 or so of my favorites click here.
If want to see more of these from my collection I’ve also posted a much larger gallery containing those 50 images plus another 150+ here.
A selection of postcards from my collection. Click here to see the series.
I’ll hopefully have the entire collection available for viewing here soon.
A series of images from some contact sheets I picked up awhile back documenting an early 1960’s drag/costume ball in NYC. Click here to see them.