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Protest outside Commonwealth Savings and Loan Bank, with picketers holding signs protesting slum housing, including one reading "Myer says yes, Edward says no, Why?"

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Creator:Harris, Teenie, 1908-1998
Title:Protest outside Commonwealth Savings and Loan Bank, with picketers holding signs protesting slum housing, including one reading "Myer says yes, Edward says no, Why?"
Date:1950-1970
Description:

Protest outside Commonwealth Savings and Loan Bank, with picketers holding signs protesting slum housing, including one reading Myer says yes, Edward says no, Why?

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Types:Black-and-white photographs
Subjects:Signs and signboards--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Women--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Picketing--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Men--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Slums--Pennsylvania--Pittsburgh | Pittsburgh (Pa.) | Allegheny County (Pa.)
Collection:Documenting Our Past: The Teenie Harris Archive Project
Institution:Carnegie Museum of Art
Contributors:Teenie Harris Archives (Carnegie Museum of Art) | Carnegie Museum of Art
Online Publisher:[Pittsburgh, Penn.] : Carnegie Museum of Art | 2006
Original Material:

black and white: Kodak safety film

Accession number: 2001.35.4615

Identifier: Carnegie Museum of Art 2001.35.4615

Multimedia identifier: 7504.jpg

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Persistent Link to Item:http://www.cmoa.org/CollectionDetail.aspx?item=7504