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Lambeth Archives

Eight postcard images that document Lambeth's Black History. Includes a portrait bust from Lambeth Palace, carved in 1665, the earliest surviving representations of a black person in Lambeth; engraving by William Blake showing African slaves in the Dutch colony of Surinam; group of African warriors in traditional costume at The Crystal Palace, part of The Festival of Empire, 1911; Lambeth Festival, 1961, a steel band on Rosendale Road; A wedding group, The Amos and Winifred family men, of Brixton; shoppers in Brixton Market, 1966; portrait of a young woman in hat and glasses, from the Harry Jacobs Collection; the Rev. F. S. Wallen and worshippers after the service at 'The Church of God', Brixton, 1964; portrait of a young man in a three-piece suit, from the Harry Jacobs Collection.

Published by: Lambeth Archives
Publication date: 2005
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