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EN 2271: American Literary Histories: The Literature of Slavery : Home

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Photograph of Harriet Jacobs dressed formally and sitting in a chair.

Only known formal photograph of Harriet Jacobs, 1894

Gilbert Studios, Washington, D.C. (C. M. Gilbert); restored by Adam Cuerden - Journal of the Civil War Era

In the public domain