The Exhibit of American Negroes
WORLD'S FAIR, PARIS 1900
Introduction The Georgia Negro Black Colleges Black Life and Culture Black Literature

Black Life and Culture
Businesses Homes Churches

Homes

Several dozen photographs of black homes were included in The Exhibit of American Negroes. These pictures were intended to show the extent to which African Americans had achieved middle class and professional status, as well as to show the poverty and abject living conditions under which many individuals still lived. Photographs were included from a number of different cities, including Atlanta, Georgia; Knoxville, Memphis, and Chatanooga, Tennessee; and Wilberforce, Ohio.

Homes

Home of Bishop Gaines, Atlanta, Georgia

 

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