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Celebrating the launch of of foodandwine’s editor-in-chief Dana Cowin’s new book, “Mastering My Mistakes in the Kitchen” at the fabulous Maison Premiere in Williamsburg.  We were joined by legendary chef Daniel Boulud, who brought an 1897 bottle of Pernod Fils Absinthe to commemorate the occasion.   Huge thanks to Daniel Krieger for setting this up!

HAUNTING BEAUTY | 1870s

Tintype photography of an unnamed African American woman, undated (circa 1870′s). Daniel Cowin Collection of African American History,  International Center of Photography.

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HAUNTING BEAUTY II | 1880′s

Tintype photography of an unnamed African American woman, undated (circa 1880′s). Daniel Cowin Collection of African American History, International Center of Photography.

Black History Album: The Way We Were. 100 Years of African American Vintage Photography from the end of slavery in the 1860′s to the Black Power Movement of the 1960s and beyond.  Pinterest | Tumblr | Twitter | Facebook.

School Time

*Carter* (Dirty)

“You’re a fucking retard oh my god” Carter laughed at you. You gave him a “Are you fucking serious” look and ignored him.

No, Carter’s not a douche bag. You guys are actually dating and have been for about a year. You are sitting right next too him in Mr.Cowins class.

“Babe” Carter whispered to you

“What?” You asked

“I’m bored”

“Okay, so am I?” You said more as a question

“Never mind.” He sighed you gave him a weird look. You looked back at the teacher until you felt Carter take your hand. You looked at him and tired to intertwine but he wouldn’t let you.

“Feel this” He whispered putting your hand on his boner

“Oh my god, Carter” You laughed

“Its not funny” He pouted.

“Of course not, baby” you said like you were talking to baby. You kept your hand on top of his boner. You then started to rub it. He shot you a look and bit his lip.
“Turn off the light” the teacher told some kid perfect you thought. Mr.Cowins turned on a moive thank god he was old and like deaf. He turned the volume up all the way.

You kissed Carter’s neck secretly, you un-zipped his pants and slowly pumped your hand up and down. He looked at you biting his lip which made you go faster. You “dropped your pencil on the floor” and bent down on him to get it. You licked his dick up and down. You swirled your tongue on the tip of his dick causing him to grip onto your hair and breathlessly moan. You got back up and he grabbed your face and kissed you while you still gave him a handjob. You pulled back before anyone would notice you stared at him seeing his mouth open and his eyes fix on you his breathing not correct made you horny.

You laid in him again bobbing you head down and up on his dick. You tried not to make it noticeable but whatever happens happens. You got back up and heard a louder moan escape from his mouth. Youd smikes knowing he’s close.
“Fuck” he muttered before cumming all over your hand. You stared at him and licked the sticky substance off your hand and swallowing it. You gave him a quick kiss while he fixed himself

“Is your mom home?” He asked you

“No”

“Wait until we get home, you bad girl” He whispered in your causing a slight moan to escape your lips.

BLACK BUTTERFLIES | 1920

Names unknown.  African American Vernacular Photography; Daniel Cowin Collection.

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Hi i’m chiyo-csc :D from now on i’ll change my name into cowania, hope you guys will keep supporting me! 

idk just found it cool while saying Kingsmoo, since i have a cow obsession lol (i blame Hiromu Arakawa for this)

start from doodles from my textbook, i’ll try to create this Kingsmoo AU where the Kingsmoo protect citizens from free milk from Richcow Valentine which contains micro chips will control the mind of people who drink it

FREE MILK

FREE COWS

FOR EVERYONE

FOREVER

i’m so not sorry just ignore me, i’ll do the whole cast but only Eggsy Cowin for now

Unidentified Woman with Camera, circa 1935. Hand tinted gelatin silver print from the ICP’s Cowin Collection of African-American Vernacular Photography.

Probably intended as an advertisement for a photographer’s studio or for a new product, this large hand-colored portrait shows a female photographer holding a bulky Speed Graphic, the camera of choice for news photographers in the 1930s.

Unidentified Man on a Motorcycle, circa 1936. Gelatin silver print from the Cowin Collection of African-American Vernacular Photography.

This man is seated on an Indian Chief, a model that was introduced by the Indian Motocycle Company in 1920 (the spelling of Motocycle refers to a nineteenth-century horseless carriage and was used to distinguish the company from other motorcycle makers). This was one of the most popular bikes sold by the firm, which produced different variations of this model into the 1940s.

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“Dress Rehearsal” (1936) by James VanDerZee. Gelatin silver print from the ICP’s Cowin Collection of African-American Vernacular Photography.

On the verso of this portrait of a man in Shakespearean costume is the name Walter B. Smith and an address in Harlem on West 119th Street. Smith may have been a member of one of the Negro Repertory Companies, or “Negro Units,” of the Federal Theatre Project, which was very active in Harlem in the 1930s.