Josephine Baker by Alfred Eisenstaedt

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Alfred Eisenstaedt—Josephine Baker performs at New York’s Strand Theater in 1951

Josephine Baker and her 12 adopted children from around the world. They all live in a French chateau... Sounds familiar?

Called her "Rainbow Tribe" --Josephine Baker & her 12 adopted children, from around the world--. They all lived in a French chateau outside Paris---

Josephine Baker (1906-1975) - Missouri born, became French citizen, 1937. Used her stardom to further Free French Resistance - awarded Croix de guerre, Rosette de la Résistance, & Chevalier du Legion d'honneur after World War II.

Josephie Baker - “Creole Goddess”, “Black Pearl” and “Black Venus”.

Josephine Baker - Extraordinary Style Icon » Collar City Brownstone

Josephine Baker is one of the most extraordinary people to ever grace the face of the earth. Josephine Baker was born Freda Josephine McDonald on June 1906 in St.

Josephine Baker.

nycbrusselsgriffon: “ Josephine Baker with her Pekingese ‘Baby Girl’ and her Brabancon ‘Fifi’, 1928 Great Book where I got this from: ”

Josephine Baker, probably taken in 1928 at the Johann Strauss Theatre in Vienna.  Photo by Atelier Willinger.  (Source: Austrian Theatre Museum, Vienna)

Josephine Baker, probably taken in 1928 at the Johann Strauss Theatre in Vienna. Photo by Atelier Willinger.

JOSEPHINE BAKER TRIOMPHE A L'OLYMPIA DANS "PARIS MES AMOURS" - La galerie photo ParisMatch.com

JOSEPHINE BAKER TRIOMPHE A L'OLYMPIA DANS "PARIS MES AMOURS" - La galerie photo ParisMatch.com

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