When you picture Aunt Jemima, what do you see? For a white person, it might be a soothing fantasy of a loving black servant putting warm, b...

When you picture Aunt Jemima, what do you see? For a white person, it might be a soothing fantasy of a loving black servant putting warm, b.

Aunt Jemima Spice Shakers Love them! I have the Salt and Pepper Shakers and Syrup Dispenser.

Aunt Jemima F F Plastic Spice Shaker Set Lustro Ware Red Rack 2 Tier♥♥♥Aunt Geraldine had a whole collection across her kitchen wall. It was total fascination!

Old Time Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour Ad.

Old Time Aunt Jemima Pancake Flour Ad. //Archetype: a very typical example of a certain person or thing. Mammy: Southern United States archetype for a black woman who worked as a nanny, often for a white family nursing the family's children.

PRESS THE VISIT BUTTON The Strange Career of Aunt Jemima"

Books: Slave in A Box: The Strange Career of Aunt Jemima (The American South Series) (Paperback) by Maurice M.

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Aunt Jemima In the They employed a real person to portray Aunt Jemima in their marketing scheme. Nancy Green, born a slave in Kentucky in became the first "real" Aunt Jemima. She impersonated Aunt Jemima until her death in

Antique Cast Iron Aunt Jemima Door Stop circa 1900

Antique Cast Iron Aunt Jemima Door Stop circa 1900 - Antique Advertising. This "Antique Cast Iron Aunt Jemima Door Stop measures H x W D.

Little known #BlackHerstory fact: Born into slavery in 1834, Nancy Green became the advertising world's first living trademark as Aunt Jemima. While working as a domestic in Chicago, Green was contracted in 1893 at age 59 to portray a happy cook to promote a pancake recipe by Pearl Milling Co and Aunt Jemima was born. Green signed a lifetime contract that allowed her likeness to be used for packaging and billboards.  Green died in 1923, but her image as the pancake queen lives on today. Some…

Nancy Green a former slave, was employed in 1893 to promote the Aunt Jemima brand by demonstrating the pancake mix at expositions and fairs. She was a popular attraction because of her friendly personality, great story-telling, and warmth.

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Racist ad for Aunt Jemima's Pancakes, the most famous self-rising pancake mix of old times, created in 1889 by Chris L.

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