Photograph of Mr. Robinson, left, and a Czech boy looking at a statue of the Archbishop of Prague in St. Vitus Cathedral. The photograph was collected by Charlotta Bass, publisher of the California Eagle, when she visited Prague in 1950 and learned about African-Americans living there. The back of the photograph contains the following text: "Robinson is slowly becoming a native of Prague. He loves and knows the town well and takes the opportunity to tell a Czech boy something of the history of the late Archbishop of Prague -- Kaspar -- which stands in Prague St. Vitus Cathedral situated in the courtyard of the Prague Castle."
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