Estate Sale Goddess hosts: Claude A Barnett FOUNDER of The Associated Negro Press & Etta Moten Barnett STAR of Porgy & Bess, Flying Down to Rio, Gold Diggers 1933 HISTORIC BRONZEVILLE CHICAGO Estate Liquidation! 9/18-9/19 from 9a-3p


Join YOUR Estate Sale Goddess
Ty & Lynn McDaniel
5013 S KING DR.
Claude A Barnett & Etta Moten Barnett
9/18-9/19 from 9-3pm!


Etta Moten Barnett walks a Leopard named Dikkhill after leaving the National Palace in Ethiopia, while a guest of Haile Selassie.

CHICAGO! ARE YOU READY?

ETTA MOTEN BARNETT
CLAUDE A BARNETT
ESTATE LIQUIDATION SALE


Doors open IN HOUSE-ONSITE! SEPTEMBER 18th-19th 
From 9a-3p

CLICK HERE ONLINE
BIDDING BEGINS 
9/13 at NOON-9/16 at 9pm


STAR of:

PORGY & BESS

LADIES OF THE BIG HOUSE

GOLD DIGGERS OF 1933

FORGOTTEN MAN

FLYING DOWN TO RIO




CLAUDE A. BARNETT!

DIPLOMAT

FOUNDER of THE ASSOCIATED NEGRO PRESS

AMBASSADOR 



This family has a rich history in Chicago! Before we touch on their important contributions to society, here are a few tidbits of love from folks around the globe. 

"When we were children, we would play up and down the streets of what was then South Parkway Blvd. Us children were fascinated by Ms Barnett! She was always so kind to us. Her voice was light and lyrical. It sounded as if she was singing our names. When she would wave and beckon us over for cookies, we took off like a rocket! The stacked bracelets on her arms jangled sweetly in the breeze like a windchime. We sat in awe as she regaled us with stories of travel to other countries. Ms Barnett was never judgmental toward us neighborhood children. We smelled of outdoors from playing in the summer air all day. She would bring out cold sweet drinks or spray us with the water hose when she was done gardening in the front yard. Something was always going on in that regal home on the boulevard. Dignitaries, politicians, Drs, celebrities, neighbors, sororities, fraternities, A. Philip Randolph, Lerone Bennett, John Sengstacke, John Johnson, Dr Burroughs... We saw so many important people visit their home. But most of all i remember her sweet smell. She smelled sooo good! Miss her. Looking forward to attending this sale!"~Maybeth



 
    Aunt Vee                      Etta Motten Barnett
    Richmond Barthe         Richmond Barte

Etta Moten Barnett was elegant and refined. She had a melodious voice and a wicked sense of humor! She was always well dressed, wore high heels into her 80's--some say up until age 92. When you were with her, you were the most important person in the room! She was curious and listened to what you had to say. Just seeing her live her life to the fullest was an inspiration. 
~Madeline Murphy Rabb 


SEPTEMBER 18TH-19TH 
9AM-3PM



Etta Sue Ish, artist & Granddaughter and of Etta Moten Barnett!




I see why Sidney Poitier was in LOVE with Etta Moten Barnett!
READ THIS!


Unfortunately there's not much on YouTube that speaks to this talent, but click the link and give a listen!


Etta Moten Barnett sang the CARIOCA and fashioned a hat atop her head, filled with fruit, LONG before anyone else did. 



on IG for the Hollywood Happenings of 
film star Etta Moten Barnett!


Hi everyone, Lynne here. Just a quick shot of one of the corners of this house. The curved Dunbar sofa. The Chartreuse velvet hat. Etta Moten Barnett's impeccable wardrobe, handbags & shoes. Lets take a peek into her closet!

Hot Pink St John Knit     Harlequin Evening       Blue & White 


Mr. Claude A. Barnett founded the Associated Negro Press in 1919! The ANP provided newspapers across the world with a critical, important, full coverage look at celebs, politicians, common folk, institutions across the globe! Yes, Mr Claude was known in todays language as "the plug." The connector. It's common knowledge that there would be no Etta Moten Barnett, stage and screen star, without Mr Claude! Now don't get it twisted, Ms Etta definitely had talent, style and wits along with a face that would make grown MARRIED men profess their undying love. (See above, Mr. Sidney Poitiers public love letter to Ms Etta Barnett.) 

(Pictured L-R, Etta Moten Barnett & Claude Albert Barnett) 

But it was Claude A. Barnett that had the vision and the connections! In the early 1920's Mr. Claude met Mr. Clarence Muse (Casablanca, Car Wash, Porgy & Bess) and Etta Motens career took off! Check out his swagger! Can you see his confidence? Don't miss the ON SITE shopping premiere of "An American Love Story," staring Etta Moten Barnett and Claude A Barnett, 9/18/21-9/19/21 from 9a-3pm. Can't wait? 
Auction begins 9/13/2021 at NOON Ends 9/16/21 at 9pm! 
PICK UP FRIDAY, 9/17, NOON-5PM!



EXPECT:
  • VINTAGE CLOTHING 
  • ART
  • FLATWARE
  • STERLING FLATWARE 
  • GOLD
  • MUSEUM QUALITY COLLECTIBLES 
  • EPHEMERA
  • PHOTOS (MANY SIGNED)
  • BOOKS
  • MEMORABILIA
  • AFRICAN SCULPURES
  • SCRAPBOOKS
  • CHINA 
  • LALIQUE
  • CRYSTAL 
  • MILITARY
  • MEDICAL
  • AFRICAN DIASPORA
  • DOCUMENTS
  • LETTERS
  • WARDROBE (HATS/HANDBAGS/DRESSES/FURS/CLOTHING) 60'S/70'S/80'S
  • and MORE. Stay close...
Here's a cigarette commercial featuring 
Claude A Barnett and Etta Moten Barnett. Note, Claude A Barnett was a 
NON-SMOKER. And Etta Motens voice! LOVELY.



Etta Moten Barnett in "Remember My Forgotten Man"
President Franklin D. Roosevelt heard Etta Moten Barnett sing "Remember My Forgotten Man" and invited her to perform this song at his birthday party, held at the White House.



Pour yourself a cup of coffee or a glass of wine and 
WATCH THIS IMPORTANT FILM! 
Etta Moten Barnett was NOT just an actress but a FORCE! 
Remember WE are the keepers of history! 




Niggah Nine, Ritual of Life, by Etta Sue Ish, 1973



Many autographed vintage books by celebrity's, locals, politicians, Presidents & friends.


Cartier & Lalique 

This family is chock full of talent, never give "up-ness" & heart! Take a moment and listen as I read an incredible manuscript from this incredible estate. Fair warning. Grab your tissues.

Coming soon...

Stay close!

MORE to come.

Comments

  1. Hi I wondered if you have a listing of the items on sale. I used to work at EBONY and I got to me Mrs. Barnett. She was a favorite of Mr. and Mrs. Johnson and the EBONY editors. Many times I spent time with her at the Ebony Fashion Fair show.

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    1. I can see that everyone loved her! She was EVERYTHING. Yes working on the catalogue and it will be available here soon! 😊

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  2. How can I participate in the sale?

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    1. it's sat n sun 5013 s king dr in bronzeville

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