Postcard for showing of Birth of a Nation, advertising it as way for Union and Confederate soldiers to reunite, Fargo, North Dakota, 1917.
Poster for Angels with Dirty Faces, 1938
Still from The Exiles, Kent MacKenzie’s 1961 film about Native Americans leaving their reservations and moving to Los Angeles.
Still from Salt of the Earth, 1954
Still from The Toll of the Sea (1922) with Anna Mae Wong. This is one of the first color films, even though it only can use a limited amount of colors. Lots of red and green. It is also a great exercise in Orientalism.
Carole Lombard tobacco card. I don’t have a date, but I’m guessing it is the late 30s. It is certainly no later than 1942, when Lombard died in a plane crash.