Books & Primary Sources
Tip: If you conduct a google search for images, then check to see if the image includes: A) facts about what the image is depicting (i.e. location, date...) B) information about who took the image and/or where it is now (i.e. photographer, newspaper, museum, archive, etc.) Use the information provided to confirm the authenticity. For example, visit the source's location (archive, museum, website...) to verify the data provided and learn more about the collection.
Street/family Photo's I have found don't show a completely different fashion for Black/African American communities. Additionally, there isn't a huge difference between Vogue and Ebony. Instead, the women and men are wearing the trends of the decade that they can afford, so you can look at the fashion of the era.
You will need to research what people in this neighborhood could afford.
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