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Josephine Baker by Alfred Eisenstaedt


Alfred Eisenstaedt—Josephine Baker performs at New York’s Strand Theater in 1951

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Josephine Baker - Worked as a spy for the French Resistance. Smuggled messages with invisible ink on her sheet music.

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Josephine Baker After performing in Paris in the Baker became the first African-American woman to star in a major motion picture, Zouzou in 1934 (she became a citizen of France in Known for her daring costumes, Baker was a risk-taker in every way.

Josephine Baker. La Magnifique!  (She became a French citizen in 1937, lived in France and died in Paris. She also spied for France during WWII occupation). A great woman!

Josephine Baker, Sepia Dreams Vintage African American photography courtesy of Black History Album, The Way We Were.

Joséphine Baker "La Grand Revue".

Josephine Baker, La Grande Revue, Vintage Poster, by Louis Gaudin

Josephine Baker

American born dancer and singer Josephine Baker arrives with her husband, orchestra leader Jo Bouillon in Buenos Aires. (Photo by Keystone/Getty Images).

Josephine Baker

Josephine Baker is best known as dancer and singer, but she did do at least one silent film in It was a French movie.

Josephine Baker, 1933, Printed programme for The Prince Edward Theatre, This programme is for the first appearance of La Baker on the London stage.

Josephine Baker, Henry Good and Son Limited, printed programme for Prince Edward Theatre, 1933