Explore Diahann Carroll, Vintage Black Glamour, and more!

Diahann Carroll-Born 6.17.1935 A breast cancer survivor - attended Music & Art High School, along with schoolmate Billy Dee Williams. In many interviews about her childhood, Diahann Carroll recalls her parents' support of her & that they enrolled her in dance, singing & modeling classes. By the time Diahann Carroll was 15, she was modeling for Ebony magazine. She stood 6ft & had a lean build. After graduating from high school, Diahann Carroll attended New York University, majored in…

The beautiful Diahann Carroll. American television's first African American mega star with her own top rated show.

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dandridgelove: Dorothy Dandridge, Joyce Bryant, Lena Horne, and Diahann Carroll are legendary women who continue to inspire and captivate generation after generation with their magnificent beauty and talents!

Super seventies style…

vintageblackglamour: “ Unidentified woman, This is not Leslie Uggams, even though this woman has been mistakenly identified as her lately online. I was curious to find out who she was, so I did.

Stunning Rare Photos Of Our Favorite Black Hollywood Stars Fill New Coffee Table Book

New Book Filled With Rare Black Hollywood Photos Is A Must-Have

In this photo, we have singing superstars The Three Degrees: Fayette Pinckney, Sheila Ferguson and Valerie Holiday. They were toasting the success of their smash, “When Will I See You Again” in 1974

Helen Williams first African American model- She was really really sharp back in the day.

Helen Williams ,the first black female model to break into the fashion mainstream. (*Vanessa William's mother) very interesting, i never knew this.

This made me a sick at first but then I thought, look at what she did with her life!

Black American OURstory: Eartha Kitt was definitely amazing. <She sang so many great songs that it kind of like me people know her for Santa Baby and Batman. She was so very talented.

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50 Stunningly Beautiful Actresses From The '50s, '60s, and '70s - Page 47 of 51

Donyale Luna The first African American model to appear on the cover of British Vogue. She appeared in several underground films by Andy Warhol.

The First Black Cover Girl: Donyale Luna! Donyale Luna (January 1945 - May The first notable African American fashion model and the first black cover girl. She also appeared in several films, most notably as the title role in Salome.