Vanity Fair - August 1933

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 Published August 1, 1933. Paul Robeson was an acclaimed actor, singer, and civil-rights activist. Some of his most popular performances were in Eugene O'Neill's 'The Emperor Jones,' the musical 'Showboat,' and a revival of 'Othello' at the Schubert Theater in the 1940s. Here, he appears in the 1933 film version of 'The Emperor Jones.' Photograph by Edward Steichen for the August 1933 Vanity Fair. Artist by Edward Steichen

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