Bogle, D.
February 1991
Essence (Essence);Feb1991, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p66
Profiles dancer, singer and show business legend Josephine Baker, an international star by the 1920s. Childhood; Early career; 1925 Paris debut; Popularity in Europe; Personal life; Singing career; Later career. INSET: The most coveted role (HBO movie), by A. Samuels..


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