Currier & Ives lithograph romanticizing the lives of slaves, 1872
Anti-Freedman’s Bureau poster, Reconstruction Era, probably 1866 or 1867.
Ku Klux Klan rider, Tennessee, 1868.
Note that he is not wearing a white costume. This was a phenomenon of the 2nd KKK of the 1920s. Early Klansmen often wore garish costumes intended to scare their targets.
Neo-Nazi rally. Toledo, Ohio, 2005
Poster promoting “The Birth of a Nation,” 1915.
Sikh men, Bellingham, Washington, 1907. A race riot against Indian immigrants that year drove most of this community out of town.