In this remarkable photograph captured by Jack Delano in 1941, we are presented with a poignant scene of young black girls in Greensboro, Greene County, Georgia. Through the frame of a bedroom door, we observe a young girl sitting on a chair, while another girl's reflection is visible in the mirror behind her. The presence of a little white doll on the bed adds a thought-provoking contrast to the composition. Both girls avert their gaze from the camera, evoking a sense of introspection and curiosity about their thoughts and experiences. Delano's skilled use of composition and reflection creates a captivating image that invites contemplation on themes of identity, race, and childhood innocence.