by Bill Graham
"A boy in fine knickers and women in ankle-length dresses tell of a time long gone.
But the compelling eyes and the faces are timeless.
They are visions of an African-American community that might have been lost.
But a sleuthing photo curator discovered a master photographer’s work on haunting glass plate negatives taken in Lincoln, Neb.
“Recovered Views: African American Portraits, 1912-1925” opened Saturday for public viewing at the Jesse James Farm and Museum near Kearney."
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