This painting, Young Girl, was done around 1855 by an unknown artist.
This is a bust of African-American abolitionist and former slave Frederick Douglass. The bronze sculpture was done in 2003 by artist Tim Allen.
This is a portrait of Sen. Hiram Rhoades Revels, taken around 1870. Revels, of mixed African and Native American blood, was the first black man elected to the Senate during Reconstruction.
This cover of Harper's Weekly from Nov. 16, 1867, depicts the first time African-Americans were allowed to vote. It is a book plate etching.
The Buffalo Soldiers 9th Cavalry Parade flag from around 1889.
"Boy's Head," a linocut, was done in 1931 by artist James Wells.
"Gusting Up to 35" is oil on board and was painted in 1972 by Palmer Hayden.
This woodcut, "Survivor," was done by Elizabeth Catlett in 1983.
This bronze sculpture, "Old Masai Woman," was done by Ed Dwight in 1986.