#blackhistory #militaryhistory Buffalo Soldier action figure made under the Dog Soldiers brand by Michael G. Gauldin
Six paper dolls feature #MichaelJackson throughout different phases of his career
A #paperdoll book of famous Black entertainers
#Clonette dolls originated as an ere ibeji or replacement object for Yoruba mothers, who have a high incidence of twin births that result in the death of one twin.
Made of leather, this doll represents a South African Xhosa woman. #doll #Xhosawoman
A paper doll book by Bruce Patrick Jones includes three paper dolls of #JosephineBaker.
#blackhistory A Fannie Lou Hamer tribute doll by Gloria Y. Rone is curated.
Ruby B. represents 6-year-old Ruby Nell Bridges, the first African American child to desegregate the William Frantz Elementary School in Louisiana in September 1960 during the New Orleans desegregation crisis.
Name: Ruby Bridges #1 and the Ruby Bridges Doll Series Made by and When: Gloria Y. Rone, 2021 Material: Polymer clay Marks: Signed and dated by the artist Height: 9 inches Hair, Eyes, Mouth: Black hair sculpted from polymer clay, sculpted and painted side-glancing eyes, smiling mouths with painted teeth Clothes: The single Ruby BridgesContinue reading “Ruby Bridges #1 and the Series”
Wilma was inspired by the Norman Rockwell Painting “The problem We All Live With,” depicting Ruby Bridges.