Edna Lewis, Duane Park, NY, 1983. This image was used for a US postage stamp honoring Edna Lewis as one of five great American chefs.
Edna Lewis with her niece, Nina Williams-Mbengue, Unionville, Virginia, 1971. It was Nina who, at the age of 12, helped Edna to type the manuscript for The Taste of Country Cooking.
Picnic in Central Park, 1974. Edna hosting a picnic in Central Park with friends and family, including her editor, Judith Jones.
Edna Lewis, New York, New York, 1971.
From a series related to The Taste of Country Cooking. Garden behind Ellerslie Plantation, Lahore, Virginia, 1975.
Edna Lewis at Condé Nast studios for House & Garden magazine, 1973.
Cake by Edna Lewis for House & Garden magazine, 1973.
Edna Lewis in 1977, on the site of the old Freetown community, founded by her grandfather and other freed slaves.
Annual reunion of many of the former Freetown residents at the Bethel Baptist Church, Unionville, Virginia, 1977. Assignment for Sphere Magazine.
Bethel Church Reunion, 1977. Edna’s Aunt Mattie, sister Jennie, and her niece Nina.
Edna with pears in the the orchard, 1971. On the site of the Freetown community, across the street from her sister Jennie’s home.
Still life taken at the Lewis family farm, Orange County, Virginia, summer 1971.
Still life of preserved fruit. Sphere Magazine, 1977.
Roasted Pheasants, 1981. Photograph of food prepared by Edna Lewis for the calendar “Share our Strength,” an organization to assist others.
Country Breakfast. Sphere Magazine, 1977.
Peaches on the way to market. Orange County, Virginia, 1971.
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Barber Shop, Southern Town, 1936
Negro Church, South Carolina, 1936
Post Office, Sprott, Alabama, 1936
Roadside Stand near Birmingham, 1936
Houses and Billboards, Atlanta, 1936
Silas Green Show and Mule Drive Cart, Hale, Alabama, 1936
Furniture Store Billboard near Birmingham, Alabama, 1936
Farmer's Kitchen, Hale County, Alabama, 1936
Untitled, Tenant Farmer's Daughter, 1936
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