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|Title:||Two men in a crowd in downtown Eutaw, Alabama, standing in front of Perkins Barber Shop and the Eutaw Beauty Salon.|
|Date:||1965 Nov. 10|
Photographer Bob Fitch, who took many photos for the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, stands to the left. The crowd is listening to Hosea Williams (not pictured here). This image was taken for (but not used in) an article titled "Demonstrations Begin in Eutaw, Seek End to Segregated Justice" that appeared in the issue of The Southern Courier for November 13-14, 1965.
Local identification number: Q15942
|Types:||Black-and-white photographs | Negatives (photographs) | StillImage|
|Subjects:||Fitch, Bob | Civil rights movements--Alabama--Eutaw | Central business districts--Alabama--Eutaw | African American clergy--Alabama--Eutaw | African American civil rights workers--Alabama--Eutaw | Direct action--Alabama--Eutaw | Photographers--Alabama--Eutaw | Mass meetings--Alabama--Eutaw | United States, Alabama, Eutaw | United States, Alabama, Greene County, 32.8531374, -87.9522343|
|Collection:||Jim Peppler Southern Courier Photograph Collection|
|Institution:||Alabama Department of Archives and History|
|Contributors:||Alabama. Department of Archives and History|
Peppler, James, Jim Peppler Southern Courier photograph collection, Box Notebook 1, Alabama Dept. of Archives and History, Montgomery, Alabama.
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|Persistent Link to Item:||http://digital.archives.alabama.gov/cdm/ref/collection/peppler/id/7300|