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    • "Shine?", Lexington, Ky., 7.28.'07.

    • "Shine?", Lexington, Ky., 7.28.'07.

    • Shoe shining; Shoe shiners; Boys; Men; African Americans

    • One African American teenage boy is giving a shoe shine to an African American man sitting in a shoe shine chair on a sidewalk in Lexington, Kentucky. The chair is covered by an umbrella advertising "Lexington's Biggest Store Kaufman Clothing...
    • Shoe shine stand.

    • Shoe shine stand.

    • Shoe shining; Chairs; Maps

    • Indoor shoe shine stand with three wooden chairs above shoe rests. A map of Louisville hangs on the wall next to the chairs on the left and a large covered window occupies the wall behind the chair on the right. Title supplied by cataloger.
    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Reprint sheet 14.

    • John P. Morton & Co. Woodblock Prints, Reprint sheet 14.

    • Slavery; African Americans; Women; Men; Children; Animals; Axes; Spinning apparatus; Carts & wagons; Reading; Woodworking; Play (Recreation); Sailboats; Wash tubs; Shoe shining; Toys; Clocks & watches; Moon; Bricklaying

    • This set of woodblock prints was reprinted in the 1980s. With the exception of the three boys and woman with sailboat in washtub, the cat chasing bird, and the clockmaker, the images duplicate the earlier prints in this collection. Woodblock prints...
    • Civilisation Atlantique.

    • Civilisation Atlantique.

    • Paintings; Allusions; Anti-Americanism; Politics & government; Political issues; Capitalism; Imperialism; Wealth; Corruption; Poverty; Emigration & immigration; Social classes; Economic & social conditions; Domestic life; Child labor;...

    • "This enormous, collage-like painting is crammed with anti-American allusions. An electric chair sits on the plinth at the top center (the Rosenbergs were electrocuted as Russian spies in 1953). A GI nonchalantly reads a pornographic magazine....
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