By Susan Harris
JULY/AUG 2023 | 1x1
Swathed in sumptuous tribal garments and adorned with opulent accessories, a Native American Crow chief and his young wife are the subjects of a black-and-white photograph taken in 1873 by a white photographer to commemorate their visit to Washington, DC.
By Raphael Rubinstein
OCT 2022 | The Miraculous
In the mid-1950s, a youthful singer becomes a sensation in Los Angeless Mexican-American community for his energetic R&B performances. Switching effortlessly between English and Spanish, he appeals especially to young girls who flock to his performances at the El Monte Legion Stadium, a venue conveniently located just outside the LA city limits and thus not subject to the citys restrictive racist regulations.