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Ray Charles performs during the Salute to Freedom benefit concert in Birmingham, Ala., August 5, 1963.

March on Washington: Rare Photos From a Star-Studded Fundraiser, 1963

Grey VILLET :: Ray Charles performs during the Salute to Freedom benefit concert in Birmingham, Ala.

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The Ray Charles Video Museum is a research project, documenting live performances by The Genius.

Ray Charles (as the archangel Julius) and Danitra Vance in the movie Limit Up (1989).

Ray Charles (as the archangel Julius) and Danitra Vance in the movie Limit Up

"Ray Charles in Oakland Photo by Jim Marshall, who that night introduced Charles to music critic Ralph Gleason, later a cofounder of Rolling Stone. [This particular picture was clearly taken in a studio, probably in New York, in

Ray Charles Robinson esposa Della

Ray Charles Robinson esposa Della

Ray Charles | Polar Music Prize

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paul henreid directing ray Charles in Ballad in blue 1965 - Charles's first film via Monika Henreid

paul henreid directing ray Charles in Ballad in blue 1965 - Charles's first film via Monika Henreid

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ads Commercial - Studio, RPM, for Coca Cola, Ray Charles, - 1967

Norma Jean Darden, model.  Former model, restaurateur - caterer Darden born Newark, NJ. Darden enrolled Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY where she graduated with her B.A. degree in liberal arts. Then entered world of modeling while at Sarah Lawrence and was a part of historic 1973 Models of Versailles show in Paris, featured 20 models, 1st collective of African American models to grace a European runway- graced pages of magazines such as Bazaar, Glamour, Mademoiselle, Vogue.  (clic…

Norma Jean Darden, model. Former model, restaurateur - caterer Darden born Newark, NJ. Darden enrolled Sarah Lawrence College in Bronxville, NY where she graduated with her B.A. degree in liberal arts. Then entered world of modeling while at Sarah Lawrence and was a part of historic 1973 Models of Versailles show in Paris, featured 20 models, 1st collective of African American models to grace a European runway- graced pages of magazines such as Bazaar, Glamour, Mademoiselle, Vogue. (clic…

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