Albert Durant - The Photographer's Collection

published 4 years ago by The Colonial Williamsburg Foundation

Albert Durant crossed cultural and racial lines as an African American photographer during a time of segregation.

Albert to run cross cultural and racial lines as an African American photographer during a time of segregation. With a keen interest in community and varied subject matter do Ron was able to create an inclusive historical record of the life of blacks in Williamsburg Virginia in conjunction. With their white counterparts. This visual history can be seen through a collection of photographs a portion of which. Is housed at the colonial Williamsburg's foundations. John D. Rockefeller junior library. Born on 2/2/1920 in New York City Albert moved to his mother's hometown of Williamsburg Virginia in 1929 after his father's death. Iran's attended James city ...

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