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|Creator:||Wilson, Bill (William Bryan), 1914-1993|
|Title:||Murphy High School Integration|
|Date:||1961 Aug. 30|
View of students, reporters and police at a crosswalk near Murphy High School in Atlanta, Georgia on the day it was first attended by African American students after becoming a desegregated school.
Murphy High School was among the first all-white schools in Atlanta, Georgia to desegregate. The other schools were Brown High, Henry Grady High, and Northside High, all of whom admitted African American students on August 30, 1961.
|Types:||Black-and-white photographs | StillImage|
|Subjects:||Segregation--Georgia--Atlanta | Civil rights movements--Georgia--Atlanta | School integration--Georgia--Atlanta | School integration--Georgia--Atlanta--Press coverage | Atlanta (Ga.)--Race relations | School children--Georgia--Atlanta | Schools--Georgia--Atlanta | Police--Georgia--Atlanta | Law enforcement officers--Georgia--Atlanta | Reporters and reporting--Georgia--Atlanta | Journalists--Georgia--Atlanta | Students--Georgia--Atlanta | Murphy High School (Atlanta, Ga.) | United States, Georgia, Fulton County, Atlanta, 33.7489954, -84.3879824|
|Collection:||Bill Wilson Photographs, 1938-1979, undated|
|Institution:||Atlanta History Center|
|Contributors:||Atlanta History Center|
35 mm black and white negative
Bill Wilson Photographs, Kenan Research Center, Atlanta History Center, Atlanta, Ga.
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