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Muhammad Ali Headgear, 5th Street Gym, c. 1960s
"The Greatest" spent his formative years in this gym and the surrounding neighborhood. From Memorabilia From National Museum of African American History & Culture

Muhammad Ali Headgear, 5th Street Gym, c. 1960s

"The Greatest" spent his formative years in this gym and the surrounding neighborhood. From Memorabilia From National Museum of African American History & Culture

Louis Armstrong’s Selmer Trumpet; Paris, c. 1930
Owned By Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, considered an improvisational genius in jazz who taught the world to swing. From Memorabilia From National Museum of African American History & Culture

Louis Armstrong’s Selmer Trumpet; Paris, c. 1930

Owned By Louis “Satchmo” Armstrong, considered an improvisational genius in jazz who taught the world to swing. From Memorabilia From National Museum of African American History & Culture

Tuskegee Airplane, Boeing-Stearman PT-13D Kaydet, c. 1944
This vintage, open-cockpit biplane was used at Alabama’s renowned Tuskegee Institute to train Black fighter pilots during World War II. From Memorabilia from National Museum of African American History & Culture

Tuskegee Airplane, Boeing-Stearman PT-13D Kaydet, c. 1944

This vintage, open-cockpit biplane was used at Alabama’s renowned Tuskegee Institute to train Black fighter pilots during World War II. From Memorabilia from National Museum of African American History & Culture

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