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Protesters outside Barry Goldwater campaign office, one man holding sign reading "Let's Stamp out Peace with Goldwater"

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Creator:Harris, Teenie, 1908-1998
Title:Protesters outside Barry Goldwater campaign office, one man holding sign reading "Let's Stamp out Peace with Goldwater"
Date:1960-1970
Description:

The Goldwater headquarters was located in Downtown, Pittsburgh. Some of the surrounding businesses are: Max Azen Furs, Fort Pitt Typewriter and Dimling's Cafe.

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Local identification number: Accession number: 2001.35.8882

Local identification number: Identifier: Carnegie Museum of Art 2001.35.8882

Local identification number: Multimedia identifier: 17031.jpg

Types:Black-and-white photographs | StillImage
Subjects:Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris), 1909-1998 | Picketing--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Political campaigns--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Political activists--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Men--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | African Americans--Civil rights--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Civil rights workers--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | African American civil rights workers--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Civil rights movements--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Presidential candidates | Presidents--United States--Election | United States, Pennsylvania, Allegheny County, Pittsburgh, 40.4406248, -79.9958864
Collection:Documenting Our Past: The Teenie Harris Archive Project
Institution:Carnegie Museum of Art
Contributors:Carnegie Museum of Art
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Persistent Link to Item:http://www.cmoa.org/CollectionDetail.aspx?item=17031