Mae Walker’s November 1923 wedding was Harlem’s most elegant, most opulent event of the season. Coordinated with an impresario’s flare by her mother, A’Lelia Walker, the hair care heiress, the nuptials drew guests from three continents. But there was a glitch: the bride was in love with someone else.
Madam WalkerTheatre Centre - An Indianapolis Treasureby A'Lelia Bundles A pictorial history of the 1927 National Historic Landmark with more than 200 photographs and advertisements from the author’s private Madam Walker Family Archives.
On Her Own Ground: The Life and Times of Madam C.J. Walker by Walker’s great-great-granddaughter, A’Lelia Bundles
- A New York Times Notable Book
- An ALA Black Caucus Honor Book
- “told with controlled passion and integrity”— Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- “a fascinating book about a fascinating women” USA Today