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In the early 1900s, racist imagery was widely used in consumer products—even Valentine's Day cards—and relied on caricatures and stereotypes to create humor. Harvey Young, Jr., an Associate Professor at Northwestern gave a talk last year on racist V-Day ephemera and had this to say:

15 Unbelievably Racist Antique Valentine's Day Cards

15 Unbelievably Racist Antique Valentine's Day Cards what the heck 1900s  people

15 Unbelievably Racist Antique Valentine's Day Cards

The Exorcism May Never Be Completed :: IRAAA

A collections of last centuries antique valentine's day greeting cards printed and preserved until now. These Vintage Cards are weird, rude, racism in old days

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Rare 1929 Black Americana LITTLE PICKANINNIES Book By Ida M. Chubb, vintage photo black child standing by chalkboard, blackboard, in school house,

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