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Parks would later go on to shoot famous subjects including Malcolm X, Barbara Streissand and Muhammad Ali for Life

Gordon Parks stunning photos of life in 1950s Alabama

Shotguns and sundaes: Gordon Parks's rare photographs of everyday life in the segregated South

Drugstore Cowboys by Gordon Parks. 1955. (view in High Resolution. It’s a great photo.)

Gordon Parks Drugstore Cowboys, Turner Valley, Canada 1945 Gelatin silver print 9 x 12 inches Modern print

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Gordon Parks’ Jim Crow Photos Still Resonate, Alas

In the second part of our roundup, we offer our favorite new books on architecture, fashion, furniture and jewelry.

Gordon Parks' Photos Document Segregation—artnet News

Photographer Gordon Parks returned home to Kansas to retrace his childhood and find classmates, 24 years after leaving - The Washington Post

Gordon Parks - Untitled, Harlem, New York, 1948 - Howard Greenberg Gallery

Untitled, 1948 Gelatin silver print 11 x 14 inches Copyright Gordon Parks Foundation

Gordon Parks, 1952 by eula.snow

Gordon Parks, 1952 by eula.

Life in segregated Alabama, 1956.  Photo by African-American photographer Gordon Parks for the a 1956  Life magazine photo-essay.

Gordon Parks stunning photos of life in 1950s Alabama

Photo by Gordon Parks - Ondria Tanner and Her Grandmother Window-shopping, Mobile, Alabama, 1956 @ The Gordon Parks Foundation

Gordon Parks photo; New York City, 1956.

Fashion pictures or video of Theatre Suits photo series by Gordon Parks; in the fashion photography channel 'Photo Shoots'.

Gordon Parks-I like this photo because the emphasis is there but subjects are not dead in center. The black and white adds contrasts and the subjects face express an emotion that gives you the overall tone

Gordon Parks-I like this photo because the emphasis is there but subjects are not dead in center. The black and white adds contrasts and the subjects face express an emotion that gives you the overall tone

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