Lot 169    

[African Americans] African American Lynching Photograph 
3/22/2012 - American History: Online Auction
A 2.75" x 5.375" photograph of an African American victim in work overalls hanging with his hands bound. Inked Raymond twice on verso, but we could not further identify the victim, location, or circumstances. The onlookers have been scratched out in the negative to conceal their identities. Ca 1900-1910s.

Condition:  
Soiling, scattered stains, and a diagonal crease running from lower left to upper right.
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