Photographic print of Ida Cox
- A black-and-white real photograph postcard of the blues singer and vaudeville performer Ida Cox. This is a full-length photograph of Cox, who is standing and looking straight towards the camera. Cox is wearing a brimmed hat trimmed with plumed, dark-colored feathers, a dark, 2-button overcoat with fur collar and cuffs, a dark-colored blouse or dress, and light-colored shoes. She is wearing light-colored gloves, and is holding a light-colored knitted purse in her right hand. Cox stands in front of a building with wood siding that has stone foundation pillars and a wooden porch. On the porch is a wooden rocking chair. On the verso is standard printed language indicating that this is a printed post card, with [POST CARD] printed vertically along the proper-right side, followed by [CORRESPONDENCE HERE], a center line, [PLACE/ STAMP/ HERE] and [NAME AND ADDRESS HERE].
- Data Source
- National Museum of African American History and Culture
- Created by
- Subject of
- Ida Cox, American, 1896 - 1967
- Credit Line
- Collection of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, Gift of Princetta R. Newman
- photographic gelatin and silver on photographic paper
- H x W: 5 3/8 × 3 3/8 in. (13.7 × 8.6 cm)
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