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Africa and the Radio Universe

National Museum of African Art
The World Wide Telescope (WWT) is a freely accessible software program created at Microsoft Research with astronomical guidance from astronomers at the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics and elsewhere. WWT creates a rich visualization environment that enables your computer to function as a virtual telescope, allowing anyone to explore the Universe.

1 Pond, South Africa, 1892

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1892

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1896

National Museum of American History

5 Cents, South Africa, 1965

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1894

National Museum of American History

1 Sovereign, South Africa, 1923

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1898

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1897

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1900

National Museum of American History

Africa from "The Continents" series

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
Female personification of Africa wearing Egyptian dress standing in contrapposto stance, holding up jug in right hand. Printed in monochrome ocher on a wood grained or faux bois background simulating oak.

Aeropostale North Africa by Air

National Air and Space Museum
Offset Lithograph: Airplane (Latécoère 28) flies by minaret at dusk; orange, yellow and black ink on paper.

Aeropostale North Africa by Air

National Air and Space Museum
Offset Lithograph: Airplane (Latécoère 28) flies by minaret at dusk; orange, yellow and black ink on paper.

"Weapons of Central Africa" Exhibit

Smithsonian Institution Archives
Updated as part of the Exhibits Modernization Program.

In Hall of the Cultures of Africa and Asia, also known as Hall 7,℗ at the Museum of Natural History.

Aeropostale North Africa by Air

National Air and Space Museum
Offset Lithograph: Airplane (Latécoère 28) flies by minaret at dusk; orange, yellow and black ink on paper.

1 Pond, South Africa, 1902

National Museum of American History

Design for a Tapestry: Africa

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum
A central group of women are flanked at left by a river god and at right by three figures. The Queen of Africa, crowned with ostrich feathers is shown seated holding a mace. At her right stands a woman who carries a sheaf of grain with her left arm and holds aloft a feather or offering with her raised right hand. She wears the head of an elephant as a headdress; a lion accompanies her. A third woman is seated beside the Queen and looks toward her while pointing to the left.

1 Pond, South Africa, 1894

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1893

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1895

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1897

National Museum of American History

1 Pond, South Africa, 1874

National Museum of American History

I am Africa

National Museum of African American History and Culture
This color photograph shows a young man in the Flatbush section of Brooklyn, New York in 1988. The young man faces away from the camera and wears a Cuccini Member brand shirt. The photograph highlights the man’s flattop haircut, which has an image of Africa cut into it. The back of the photograph is inscribed with the title and photographer Jamel Shabazz’s signature.
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