Alabama Department of Archives and History All Items

1.16th Street Baptist Church interior, damage to bathroom window. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_306
2.16th Street Baptist Church interior, damage to pews and windows. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_305
3.16th Street Baptist Church interior, damage to side entrance. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_304
4.16th Street Baptist Church member on the phone in a damaged office. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_310
5.16th Street Baptist Church pulpit and altar in the sanctuary. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_303
6.16th Street Baptist Church with stained glass window missing the face of Christ. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_314
7.Aaron Watkins | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1533
8.Actor Gary Merrill during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41074
9.Actor Gary Merrill talking to several men, possibly reporters, during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40729
10.Actor Pernell Roberts and other participants in the Selma to Montgomery March at the City of St. Jude campsite in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40848
11.Actress Ina Balin at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40645
12.Address List | XML | aar_bcri_11
13.Address List (back) | XML | aar_bcri_9
14.Address List (front) | XML | aar_bcri_8
15.The Address of David Caulkin | XML | aar_bcri_201
16.Address of Reverend Joseph W. Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_68
17.Admirers greeting Rosa Parks on her 75th birthday at Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59555
18.Admirers greeting Rosa Parks on her 75th birthday at Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59675
19.Adolescent civil rights demonstrators marching down a sidewalk during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16464
20.Aerial view of a helicopter flying over a neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36184
21.Aerial view of Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, probably on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36129
22.Aerial view of Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36091
23.Aerial view of Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36133
24.Aerial view of Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36134
25.Aerial view of Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36153
26.Aerial view of Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36215
27.Aerial view of civil rights activists at Brown Chapel AME Church and in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36178
28.Aerial view of civil rights activists at Brown Chapel AME Church and in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36253
29.Aerial view of civil rights activists s at Brown Chapel AME Church and in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36025
30.Aerial view of civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street between Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36055
31.Aerial view of civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street between Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36164
32.Aerial view of civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street between Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36195
33.Aerial view of civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street between Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36216
34.Aerial view of civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street between Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36220
35.Aerial view of civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street between Brown Chapel AME Church and the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36249
36.Aerial view of marchers approaching the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31681
37.Aerial view of marchers approaching the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31682
38.Aerial view of marchers approaching the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31683
39.Aerial view of marchers approaching the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31684
40.Aerial view of marchers approaching the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31685
41.Aerial view of marchers approaching the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31689
42.Aerial view of marchers approaching the Capitol on Dexter Avenue in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31687
43.Aerial view of marchers at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, preparing to leave for the last leg of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31691
44.Aerial view of marchers at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, preparing to leave for the last leg of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31692
45.Aerial view of marchers at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, preparing to leave for the last leg of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31693
46.Aerial view of marchers at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, preparing to leave for the last leg of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31694
47.Aerial view of marchers on Alabama Avenue in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36214
48.Aerial view of marchers on Alabama Avenue in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36237
49.Aerial view of marchers on Alabama Avenue in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36303
50.Aerial view of marchers on Broad Street and the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36077
51.Aerial view of marchers on Broad Street and the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36204
52.Aerial view of marchers on Broad Street and the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36224
53.Aerial view of marchers on Sylvan Street and Alabama Avenue in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36261
54.Aerial view of marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36027
55.Aerial view of marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36109
56.Aerial view of marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36206
57.Aerial view of marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36244
58.Aerial view of marchers on U.S. Highway 80 south of Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36078
59.Aerial view of marchers on U.S. Highway 80 south of Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36083
60.Aerial view of marchers on U.S. Highway 80 south of Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36246
61.Aerial view of marchers on U.S. Highway 80 south of Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36264
62.Aerial view of marchers walking toward downtown Montgomery, Alabama, near the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31690
63.Aerial view of marchers walking up Montgomery Street in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, near the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31688
64.Aerial view of the buses carrying the Freedom Riders en route to Jackson, Mississippi, from Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16279
65.Aerial view of the buses carrying the Freedom Riders en route to Jackson, Mississippi, from Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16409
66.Aerial view of the Capitol complex in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, before the arrival of marchers at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31686
67.Aerial view of the Capitol complex in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, before the arrival of marchers at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31695
68.Aerial view of the Capitol complex in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, before the arrival of marchers at the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_31696
69.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and the Alabama River in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36104
70.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36033
71.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36034
72.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36039
73.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36048
74.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36157
75.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36186
76.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36258
77.Aerial view of the Edmund Pettus Bridge and U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36308
78.Aerial view of the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36221
79.Aerial view of the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36209
80.Aerial view of the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36276
81.African American children with an American flag, probably during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8297
82.African American children with an American flag, probably during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_selma_8297
83.African American girl lying under a quilt on the grass in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45233
84.African American male being arrested by police in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36132
85.African American man at a rest stop along the route of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40960
86.African American man being arrested after attempting to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14511
87.African American man being arrested after attempting to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14553
88.African American man getting in the front seat of a police car after a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16264
89.African American policeman directing marchers in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March | XML | aar_malden_photo,5587
90.African American policeman directing marchers in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5587
91.African American students and teachers at the Loveless School in Montgomery, looking at the Selma to Montgomery March from the steps and out of the second-story windows. | XML | aar_selma_photo,8307
92.African American students at the Loveless School in Montgomery, looking at the Selma to Montgomery March from the steps and out of the second-story windows. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8307
93.African American woman at a rest stop along the route of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40753
94.African American woman being arrested after attempting to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14456
95.African American women walking down the steps of First Baptist Church in Gadsden, Alabama, after attempting to enter. | XML | aar_amg_16785
96.African American women, children, and an older man waving to Selma to Montgomery marchers from the sidewalk. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8305
97.African American women, children, and an older man waving to Selma to Montgomery marchers from the sidewalk. | XML | aar_selma_photo,8305
98.African Americans at a mass meeting during a campaign to integrate the buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14504
99.African Americans at a mass meeting during a campaign to integrate the buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14619
100.African Americans at a police station in Birmingham, Alabama, after being arrested for attempting to integrate the city's buses. | XML | aar_amg_14238
101.African Americans at a police station in Birmingham, Alabama, after being arrested for attempting to integrate the city's buses. | XML | aar_amg_14556
102.African Americans attempting to integrate First Christian Church at 21st Street and 7th Avenue North in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16296
103.African Americans attempting to march to the Capitol from Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama | XML | aar_malden_photo,5579
104.African Americans attempting to march to the Capitol from Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5579
105.African Americans being arrested after attempting to integrate a bus in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14142
106.African Americans being arrested after attempting to integrate a bus in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14304
107.African Americans being arrested after attempting to integrate a bus in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14394
108.African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16262
109.African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16413
110.African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16466
111.African Americans holdings signs to protest George Wallace in Gary, Indiana. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15402
112.African Americans holdings signs to protest George Wallace in Gary, Indiana. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15403
113.African Americans holdings signs to protest George Wallace in Gary, Indiana. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_4011
114.African Americans in front of Snellgrove Drug Company in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16832
115.African Americans in front of Snellgrove Drug Company in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16842
116.African Americans kneeling on a sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16732
117.African Americans kneeling on a sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16833
118.African Americans kneeling on a sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16905
119.African Americans kneeling outside during a civil rights demonstration in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16891
120.African Americans lying on the sidewalk in front of Snellgrove Drug Company in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16761
121.African Americans lying on the sidewalk in front of Snellgrove Drug Company in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16804
122.African Americans lying on the sidewalk in front of Snellgrove Drug Company in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16908
123.African Americans marching at the city hall in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16678
124.African Americans marching at the city hall in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16687
125.African Americans marching at the city hall in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16900
126.African Americans marching during a civil rights demonstration in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16707
127.African Americans marching during a civil rights demonstration in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16879
128.African Americans marching in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16786
129.African Americans marching in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16801
130.African Americans marching on a sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16679
131.African Americans marching on a sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16783
132.African Americans marching on the sidewalk in front of the A&P in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16884
133.African Americans marching through the front door of the Etowah County courthouse in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16860
134.African Americans marching through the parking lot of a shopping center in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16737
135.African Americans marching through the parking lot of a shopping center in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16843
136.African Americans marching up to the front door of the Etowah County courthouse in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16721
137.African Americans ministers on 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_19016
138.African Americans observing a civil rights demonstration from the corner of 6th Avenue North and 17th Street North in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19013
139.African Americans observing a civil rights demonstration on 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19043
140.African Americans observing a civil rights demonstration on 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19058
141.African Americans on the sidewalk in front of the Booker T. Washington Insurance Company during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_18984
142.African Americans on the sidewalk in front of the Booker T. Washington Insurance Company during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19119
143.African Americans picketing on a sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16731
144.African Americans picketing on a sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16763
145.African Americans running across the street from Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_19020
146.African Americans running across the street from the R. S. Browder parking lot in Birmingham, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_18989
147.African Americans seated in the white section of a bus in Birmingham, Alabama, during an integration attempt. | XML | aar_amg_14488
148.African Americans seated in the white section of a bus in Birmingham, Alabama, during an integration attempt. | XML | aar_amg_14518
149.African Americans seated in the white section of a bus in Birmingham, Alabama, during an integration attempt. | XML | aar_amg_14232
150.African Americans seated in the white section of a bus in Birmingham, Alabama, during an integration attempt. | XML | aar_amg_14610
151.African Americans seated on the lawn at the city hall in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16811
152.African Americans seated on the lawn at the city hall in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16773
153.African Americans seated on the lawn of the Etowah County courthouse in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16746
154.African Americans turned away from First Christian Church in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, after an attempt to integrate the congregation. | XML | aar_amg_16261
155.African Americans turned away from First Christian Church in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, after an attempt to integrate the congregation. | XML | aar_amg_16406
156.Al Lingo, director of the Alabama Department of Public Safety, standing at the passenger side of a car during a civil rights protest in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16722
157.Al Lingo, director of the Alabama Department of Public Safety, standing at the passenger side of a car during a civil rights protest in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16397
158.Al Lingo, director of the Alabama Department of Public Safety, standing at the passenger side of a car during a civil rights protest in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16450
159.Alabama Council on Human Relations Banquet Program (back) | XML | aar_bcri_360
160.Alabama Council on Human Relations Banquet Program (front) | XML | aar_bcri_359
161.Alabama Council On Human Relations Essay Contest Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_243
162.Alabama Council On Human Relations Essay Contest Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_246
163.Alabama Council On Human Relations Essay Contest Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_244
164.Alabama Council On Human Relations Essay Contest Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_247
165.Alabama Council On Human Relations Essay Contest Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_248
166.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears and two Klansmen in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9513
167.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, being interviewed. | XML | aar_peppler_9252
168.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, being interviewed. | XML | aar_peppler_9283
169.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, being interviewed. | XML | aar_peppler_9284
170.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, being interviewed. | XML | aar_peppler_9487
171.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, being interviewed. | XML | aar_peppler_9488
172.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, wearing his robe and hood. | XML | aar_peppler_9255
173.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9223
174.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9224
175.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9225
176.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9226
177.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9227
178.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9228
179.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9229
180.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9243
181.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9244
182.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9245
183.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9246
184.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9247
185.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9462
186.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9463
187.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9465
188.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9476
189.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9477
190.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9495
191.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9496
192.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9497
193.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9498
194.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9499
195.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama, from the back of a pickup truck. | XML | aar_peppler_9500
196.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9010
197.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9011
198.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9014
199.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9015
200.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9016
201.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9018
202.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9019
203.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9022
204.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9023
205.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9024
206.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9025
207.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9026
208.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9027
209.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9029
210.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9030
211.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9031
212.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9032
213.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9064
214.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9464
215.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9491
216.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9492
217.Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9503
218.Alabama Highway Patrol cars parked on a street in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, probably during a civil rights demonstration led by young African Americans. | XML | aar_amg_37039
219.Alabama Highway Patrol cars parked on a street in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, probably during a civil rights demonstration led by young African Americans. | XML | aar_amg_37085
220.Alabama Highway Patrolman on guard during a civil rights protest in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16307
221.Alabama history education materials | XML | aar_lessons
222.Alabama Media Group collection | XML | aar_amg
223.Alabama National Guard Brigadier General Henry Graham talking to James Bevel during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36057
224.Alabama photographs and pictures collection | XML | aar_alabamaphoto
225.Alabama state police releasing tear gas on civil rights marchers crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59627
226.Alabama state police releasing tear gas on civil rights marchers crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59629
227.Alabama state trooper adjusting his gas mask on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59564
228.Alabama state trooper adjusting his gas mask on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59598
229.Alabama state trooper observing marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61086
230.Alabama state trooper standing over Amelia Boynton after she was knocked down during the attack on civil rights marchers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59630
231.Alabama state trooper using his motorcycle radio during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60977
232.Alabama state troopers attacking civil rights marchers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59674
233.Alabama state troopers confronting civil rights marchers who have crossed the Edmund Pettus Bridge on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59659
234.Alabama state troopers in gas masks and riot gear, waiting for civil rights marchers on the south side of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36024
235.Alabama state troopers preparing to release tear gas on civil rights marchers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59559
236.Alabama state troopers pushing civil rights marchers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59661
237.Albert Turner (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1746
238.Albert Turner speaking from the steps of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61026
239.Albert Turner speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10140
240.Albert Turner speaking to Ralph Abernathy at a large gathering, probably at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9660
241.Albert Turner speaking to Ralph Abernathy at a large gathering, probably at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9662
242.Albert Turner speaking to Richard Boone during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9583
243.Alexander Demitri Shimkin | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1517
244.Alfred Washington Wright | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1544
245.Alfreda Bedell | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1401
246.Alfreda M. Johnson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1465
247.Allen, Earl Edward, 1933- | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1552
248.Alvin Stephens | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1519
249.Amelia Boynton lying on the ground after she and other civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by state troopers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59579
250.American National Bank of Birmingham Flyer (front) | XML | aar_bcri_305
251.American National Bank of Birmingham Flyer (inside) | XML | aar_bcri_306
252.Andrew Bennett | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1556
253.Andrew Lee Marrisett | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1664
254.Andrew Newman Chappell | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1579
255.Andrew Young, Martin Luther King, Jr., and others sitting behind the podium at a meeting in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9540
256.Andrew Young, Martin Luther King, Jr., and others sitting behind the podium at a meeting in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9541
257.Ann Hunt | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1454
258.Anna Deedon | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1591
259.Anne Braden | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1564
260.Anthony Edward Wells | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1755
261.Anya Allister | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1394
262.April of 1966 Banquet Reservation Form for B. M. Montgomery | XML | aar_bcri_51
263.April of 1966 Banquet Reservation Form For Mrs. Emsie D. Colvin (?) | XML | aar_bcri_50
264.April of 1966 Banquet Reservation Form for N. Judge King | XML | aar_bcri_48
265.April of 1966 Banquet Reservation Form for Verdelle D. Martin | XML | aar_bcri_49
266.April of 1966 Banquet Reservation Forms | XML | aar_bcri_52
267.April of 1966 Banquet Reservation Forms Continued | XML | aar_bcri_53
268.Archbishop Iakovos speaking at the memorial service for James Reeb at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_41092
269.Arrest of civil rights activists in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_24283
270.Arrest of civil rights activists in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_24287
271.Arrested Freedom Riders in the back of a police van after their arrival at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16284
272.Art Ravitz | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1503
273.Arthur Henry Steuer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1730
274.Arthur Lee Fuller | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1427
275.Arthur Shores, Robert L. Carter, Fred Gray, and Orzell Billingsley, conferring during the NAACP hearing before Judge Walter B. Jones. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17294
276.Arthur Shores, Robert L. Carter, Orzell Billingsley, and others, listening to Judge Walter B. Jones speak during the NAACP hearing. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17298
277.Asa Hubbard | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1452
278.Attendees listening to Jesse Jackson speak at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61080
279.Attorney Arthur Shores being interviewed at a trial held after African American passengers were arrested for attempting to integrate city buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14307
280.Attorney Arthur Shores presenting during a trial held after African American passengers were arrested for attempting to integrate city buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14389
281.Attorney General John Patterson during the NAACP hearing before Judge Walter B. Jones. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17297
282.Attorney General John Patterson during the NAACP hearing before Judge Walter B. Jones. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17299
283.Audience at a conference in Montgomery, Alabama, sponsored by the Fellowship of the Concerned, the Southern Regional Council, and the Alabama Council on Human Relations. | XML | aar_peppler_14587
284.Audience at a conference in Montgomery, Alabama, sponsored by the Fellowship of the Concerned, the Southern Regional Council, and the Alabama Council on Human Relations. | XML | aar_peppler_14599
285.Audience at a trial held after African American passengers were arrested for attempting to integrate city buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14551
286.Audience at a trial held after African American passengers were arrested for attempting to integrate city buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14579
287.Audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, listening to Martin Luther King, Sr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_12249
288.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Hosea Williams speak. | XML | aar_peppler_13429
289.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Hosea Williams speak. | XML | aar_peppler_13430
290.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10410
291.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10411
292.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10412
293.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10413
294.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10414
295.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_11418
296.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_11419
297.Audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_11420
298.Audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10431
299.Audience at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41056
300.Audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9663
301.Audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9664
302.Audience listening to speakers in front of the capitol in Jackson, Mississippi, at the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36970
303.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11555
304.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11556
305.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14860
306.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14861
307.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14869
308.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14870
309.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15806
310.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15810
311.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15811
312.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15812
313.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15854
314.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15862
315.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15863
316.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15864
317.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15865
318.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15867
319.Audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15876
320.Audience members applauding at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, during a meeting where Martin Luther King, Jr., spoke. | XML | aar_peppler_9955
321.Audience probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9345
322.Audience probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9346
323.Audience probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9350
324.Audience seated behind the pulpit at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36142
325.Audience seated behind the pulpit at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36238
326.Audience seated in the balcony at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10492
327.Audience seated in the balcony at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10493
328.Audience seated in the balcony at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10494
329.Audience seated in the balcony at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_12791
330.Audience seated in the balcony at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_12795
331.August List of Calls | XML | aar_bcri_215
332.Autherine Lucy and her lawyers, Thurgood Marshall, Arthur Shores, and Constance Baker Motley, walking past the federal courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, on the day a federal judge ordered her readmission to the University of Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67840
333.Banquet acceptance letter from A. G. Gaston to Rev. Joseph Ellwanger of the Birmingham Council on Human Relations on April 19, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_256
334.Banquet Acceptance Letter from B. M. Montgomery to the Birmingham Council on Human Relations on April 16, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_334
335.Banquet acceptance letter from Jesse J. Gandy to Rev. Joseph Ellwanger of the Birmingham Council on Human Relations on April 21, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_278
336.Banquet acceptance letter from John and Barbara Beecher to Rev. Joseph Ellwanger of the Birmingham Council on Human Relations on April 19, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_267
337.Banquet Invitation to (?) from Helen Morin of the Birmingham Council on Human Relations on April 7, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_345
338.Banquet Invitation to Fred Goldstein from Helen Morin of the Birmingham Council on Human Relations on April 7, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_322
339.Banquet invitation to Rev. and Mrs. C. E. Thomas from Helen Morin of the Birmingham Council on Human Relations on April 7, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_245
340.Barbara Thomson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1522
341.Barry Allen Clemson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1415
342.Barry Andrew Goldstein | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1430
343.Bayard Rustin (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1708
344.Bee Talford McLaughlin's Business Card | XML | aar_bcri_298
345.Ben and June Collier with Vernon Jordan, Jr., at the annual meeting of the Metropolitan Montgomery Urban League. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_34143
346.Benjamin Grinage | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1616
347.Bennie Canidate | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1411
348.Bennie Jackson, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1458
349.Bennie Tucker | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1745
350.Beonard Frederick Davids, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1590
351.Berk Costello | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1587
352.Bernard Lafayette, John Lewis, and other Freedom Riders at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16358
353.Bernard Lafayette, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1648
354.Bernard Z. Conn | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1585
355.Betty Jones | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1467
356.Bill Clinton speaking in front of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, during the Bridge Crossing Jubilee. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_19855
357.Bill Gene Cody | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1582
358.Bill Mullins Office Supply Co. Receipt from 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_202
359.Bill Mullins Office Supply Co. Receipt from March of 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_203
360.Billie Scott | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1515
361.Birmingham Civil Rights Institute | XML | aar_bcri
362.Birmingham Police Department tank parked on 6th Avenue North in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_19044
363.Bishop William M. Smith speaking at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45133
364.Bishop William M. Smith speaking at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45206
365.Bob Zellner at a civil rights demonstration in Talladega, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16239
366.Bob Zellner at a civil rights demonstration in Talladega, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16243
367.Bobby Goodson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1431
368.Bonnie McFadden | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1489
369.Booker T Washington and W.E.B DuBois | XML | aar_lessons_51
370.Booker T. Bonner | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1562
371.Boys eating popsicles during a voting rights march in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67239
372.Bruce Baines | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1555
373.Bruce Bramson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1406
374.Bruce Charles Waltzer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1751
375.Bruce Jordan | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1641
376.Bruce Newlin Maxwell | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1665
377.Building on the University of Alabama campus | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,195
378.Burrell Jordan, III | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1642
379.Bus amid a crowd of people at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40943
380.Business Card of William H. Houff, Ph.D. | XML | aar_bcri_254
381.Byron Leon Jones | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1637
382.Bystanders, military police, and law enforcement officials on the outskirts of Selma during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36228
383.C. T. Vivian | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1747
384.C. T. Vivian and another man talking to Wilson Baker at a police barricade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45243
385.C. T. Vivian during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61070
386.C. T. Vivian speaking at a tribute program honoring Fred Shuttlesworth at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_56925
387.C. T. Vivian speaking to Wilson Baker in Selma, Alabama, during either the Selma demonstrations or the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41044
388.C.T. Vivian in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_41073
389.Calvin Earl Alexander | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1551
390.Cameraman filming a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9479
391.Cameraman filming a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9480
392.Cameraman filming a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9481
393.Cameraman filming a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9482
394.Cameraman filming Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10529
395.Cameraman filming Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10530
396.Cameraman filming Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10531
397.Cameraman filming Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10532
398.Cameramen filming a hearing before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, held at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11557
399.Carl Braden | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1565
400.Carrie Wingard | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1542
401.Carver Gene Neblett | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1674
402.Catherine Pleune | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1686
403.Cecil T. Washington | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1753
404.Ceola Reese | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1694
405.Change of View George C. Wallace | XML | aar_lessons_54
406.Changing Vote | XML | aar_lessons_143
407.Charleen Taylor | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1521
408.Charles Allen Lingo, Jr. (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1656
409.Charles Beveridge | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1559
410.Charles Granville | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1433
411.Charles M. Campbell and Nona Ferdon holding a banner reading, ""Hawaii Knows Integration Works," in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, before the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36042
412.Charles Melvin Walker, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1748
413.Charles Richard Cox | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1588
414.Charles S. Conley and Solomon Seay, Jr., seated at a conference in Montgomery, Alabama, sponsored by the Fellowship of the Concerned, the Southern Regional Council, and the Alabama Council on Human Relations. | XML | aar_peppler_14594
415.Charles Strain (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1520
416.Charles Weldon Smith | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1725
417.Charles White | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1535
418.Charlie James Smith | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1726
419.Check Made Out to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_284
420."Child of the Civil Rights Movement" Graphic Organizer | XML | aar_lessons_152
421.Child standing behind journalists and photographers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60918
422.Citizens Supervisory Commission | XML | aar_bcri_422
423.Civil rights activists demonstrating in Grenada, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_37097
424.Civil rights activists demonstrating in Grenada, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_37116
425.Civil Rights and Analyzing Characters | XML | aar_lessons_160
426.Civil rights demonstration outside the Dirksen Federal Building on South Dearborn Street in Chicago, Illinois. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32192
427.Civil rights demonstration outside the Dirksen Federal Building on South Dearborn Street in Chicago, Illinois. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32193
428.Civil rights demonstration outside the Dirksen Federal Building on South Dearborn Street in Chicago, Illinois. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32194
429.Civil rights demonstration outside the Dirksen Federal Building on South Dearborn Street in Chicago, Illinois. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32199
430.Civil rights demonstration outside the Princess Theatre in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16817
431.Civil rights demonstration outside the Princess Theatre in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16841
432.Civil rights demonstration outside the Princess Theatre in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16862
433.Civil rights demonstration outside the Princess Theatre in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16878
434.Civil rights demonstration outside the Princess Theatre in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16893
435.Civil rights demonstrator standing in front of the federal building in downtown Selma, Alabama, across the street from the Dallas County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_37021
436.Civil rights demonstrator standing in front of the federal building in downtown Selma, Alabama, across the street from the Dallas County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_37102
437.Civil rights demonstrators and journalists on Sylvan Street in front of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40790
438.Civil rights demonstrators and policemen with dogs in Kelly Ingram Park in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14505
439.Civil rights demonstrators and reporters outside the Ben Moore Hotel on Jackson Street in Montgomery, Alabama, before marching to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36068
440.Civil rights demonstrators boycotting businesses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16224
441.Civil rights demonstrators boycotting businesses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16330
442.Civil rights demonstrators boycotting businesses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16465
443.Civil rights demonstrators clapping and singing behind a police barricade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45168
444.Civil rights demonstrators gathered in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45134
445.Civil rights demonstrators gathered in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45217
446.Civil rights demonstrators gathered in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45241
447.Civil rights demonstrators holding hands and singing in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36127
448.Civil rights demonstrators in front of the Police Department in Demopolis, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45130
449.Civil rights demonstrators in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36052
450.Civil rights demonstrators kneeling in prayer on Sylvan Street in front Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36059
451.Civil rights demonstrators kneeling in prayer on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36291
452.Civil rights demonstrators lined up with police officers beside a parked car during a protest in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16695
453.Civil rights demonstrators lined up with police officers beside a parked car during a protest in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16697
454.Civil rights demonstrators lined up with police officers beside a parked car during a protest in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16730
455.Civil rights demonstrators lined up with police officers beside a parked car during a protest in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16876
456.Civil rights demonstrators lined up with police officers beside a parked car during a protest in downtown Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16821
457.Civil rights demonstrators marching across an intersection during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16318
458.Civil rights demonstrators marching across an intersection during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16336
459.Civil rights demonstrators marching across an intersection during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16371
460.Civil rights demonstrators marching down 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19062
461.Civil rights demonstrators marching in Grenada, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_37176
462.Civil rights demonstrators marching in Talladega, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16256
463.Civil rights demonstrators marching in Talladega, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16280
464.Civil rights demonstrators marching on 6th Avenue North in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16408
465.Civil rights demonstrators marching past Kelly Ingram Park during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16694
466.Civil rights demonstrators marching past Kelly Ingram Park during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16867
467.Civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street in front of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_41050
468.Civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36100
469.Civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36301
470.Civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45223
471.Civil rights demonstrators on the sidewalk on Broad Street in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Bloody Sunday (March 7) before the marchers reached the Edmund Pettus Bridge. | XML | aar_amg_36167
472.Civil rights demonstrators on the sidewalk on Broad Street in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Bloody Sunday (March 7) before the marchers reached the Edmund Pettus Bridge. | XML | aar_amg_36252
473.Civil rights demonstrators on the steps of Brown Chapel in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19034
474.Civil rights demonstrators outside the Ben Moore Hotel on Jackson Street in Montgomery, Alabama, before marching to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36076
475.Civil rights demonstrators outside the Ben Moore Hotel on Jackson Street in Montgomery, Alabama, before marching to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36146
476.Civil rights demonstrators outside the Ben Moore Hotel on Jackson Street in Montgomery, Alabama, before marching to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36187
477.Civil rights demonstrators outside the Ben Moore Hotel on Jackson Street in Montgomery, Alabama, before marching to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36189
478.Civil rights demonstrators picketing in Grenada, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_37028
479.Civil rights demonstrators protesting outside the F. W. Woolworth store in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16267
480.Civil rights demonstrators protesting outside the F. W. Woolworth store in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16386
481.Civil rights demonstrators standing across Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, holding signs that spell "Selma Wall." | XML | aar_amg_45139
482.Civil rights demonstrators standing across Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, holding signs that spell "Selma Wall." | XML | aar_amg_45167
483.Civil rights demonstrators standing across Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, holding signs that spell "Selma Wall." | XML | aar_amg_45194
484.Civil rights demonstrators standing across Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, holding signs that spell "Selma Wall." | XML | aar_amg_45273
485.Civil rights demonstrators standing behind a police barricade in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45256
486.Civil rights demonstrators standing behind a wooden barricade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, holding signs that spell "Selma Wall." | XML | aar_amg_45199
487.Civil rights demonstrators standing in the rain at the "Berlin Wall" on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45144
488.Civil rights demonstrators standing in the rain at the "Berlin Wall" on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45239
489.Civil rights demonstrators standing under tarps and umbrellas in the rain during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45201
490.Civil rights demonstrators standing under tarps in the rain during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45203
491.Civil rights demonstrators wrapped in quilts outside of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45169
492.Civil rights demonstrators, journalists, and law enforcement officials gathered on Sylvan Street in front of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40722
493.Civil rights demonstrators, journalists, and law enforcement officials gathered on Sylvan Street in front of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40932
494.Civil rights leaders arriving at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36321
495.Civil rights leaders laying a wreath at the site of Viola Liuzzo's murder in rural Lowndes County, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60946
496.Civil rights leaders marching in Mobile, Alabama, to support the reauthorization and extension of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67162
497.Civil rights leaders marching to support the reauthorization and extension of the Voting Rights Act in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67212
498.Civil Rights Lesson 1 Riding the Bus Taking a Stand | XML | aar_lessons_37
499.Civil Rights Lesson 2 The Opinions of the Public | XML | aar_lessons_38
500.Civil Rights Lesson 3 Birmingham 1963 | XML | aar_lessons_39
501.Civil Rights Lesson 4 Marching for Justice Selma to Montgomery | XML | aar_lessons_40
502.Civil Rights Lesson 5 Voting Rights | XML | aar_lessons_41
503.Civil rights marchers at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36272
504.Civil rights marchers gathering in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36125
505.Civil rights marchers in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, during the voter registration campaign that began in December 1965. | XML | aar_amg_36273
506.Civil rights marchers in front of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36235
507.Civil rights marchers kneeling in prayer on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36218
508.Civil rights marchers leaving Brown Chapel AME Church and marching through the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36196
509.Civil rights marchers lined up in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36150
510.Civil rights marchers lined up in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36210
511.Civil rights marchers lined up on the playground of the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36143
512.Civil rights marchers lined up on the playground of the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36295
513.Civil rights marchers lining up on the sidewalk on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36071
514.Civil rights marchers on 4th Avenue North in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, during the voter registration campaign that began in December 1965. | XML | aar_amg_36047
515.Civil rights marchers on a residential street in Demopolis, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45122
516.Civil rights marchers on South Jackson Street beside St. Margaret's Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama, headed to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36103
517.Civil rights marchers on South Jackson Street beside St. Margaret's Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama, headed to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36247
518.Civil rights marchers on South Jackson Street beside St. Margaret's Hospital in Montgomery, Alabama, headed to the Montgomery County courthouse. | XML | aar_amg_36307
519.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36084
520.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36092
521.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36176
522.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36248
523.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36070
524.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36173
525.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36180
526.Civil rights marchers on the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36236
527.Civil rights marchers on the steps and in front of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36275
528.Civil rights marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36254
529.Civil rights marchers reacting to tear gas at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36122
530.Civil rights marchers reacting to tear gas at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36158
531.Civil rights marchers, including Jim Letherer, participating in the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36177
532.Civil Rights Memorial at the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_4411
533.Civil Rights Part 1 Birmingham 1963 Spring Jubilation Part I | XML | aar_lessons_60
534.Civil Rights Part 2 Birmingham 1963 Spring Jubilation Part II | XML | aar_lessons_61
535.Civil Rights Part 3 Beyond Birmingham Summer 1963 | XML | aar_lessons_59
536.Civil Rights Part 4 Birmingham Fall 1963 Fall Despair | XML | aar_lessons_62
537.Civil Rights: Towards a Greater Democracy | XML | aar_lessons_129
538.Clarence Broadnax | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1569
539.Claude Kenneth Palmer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1678
540.Claudette Colvin: A Name You Should Know | XML | aar_lessons_175
541.Clay Stuart, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1737
542.Clergy members demonstrating after Unitarian minister James Reeb was murdered by segregationists in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45124
543.Clergyman in the audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14858
544.Clergyman in the audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14859
545.Clergyman in the audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14862
546.Clergyman in the audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14863
547.Cleveland Louis Sellers, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1720
548.Cleveland Ohio Harris | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1622
549.Clifford Coleman | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1418
550.Clyde Hollie | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1439
551.Comedian Alan King performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40657
552.Comedian Alan King performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40674
553.Comedian Nipsey Russell performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40931
554.Comedian Nipsey Russell performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41077
555.Concerned Citizens of Alabama Committee Meeting Attendance | XML | aar_bcri_2
556.Concerned Citizens of Alabama Committee Meeting Attendance | XML | aar_bcri_5
557.Concerned Citizens of Alabama Committee Meeting Attendance | XML | aar_bcri_6
558.Concerned Citizens of Alabama Committee Meeting Attendance | XML | aar_bcri_7
559.Concerned Citizens of Alabama Committee Meeting Attendance Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_3
560.Concerned Citizens of Alabama Committee Meeting on August 24, 1965 Attendance Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_4
561.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama 1967 Checks | XML | aar_bcri_273
562.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_315
563.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_318
564.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_324
565.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_328
566.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_329
567.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_330
568.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_336
569.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_337
570.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit | XML | aar_bcri_338
571.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit From July of 1965. | XML | aar_bcri_309
572.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit From June 8, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_312
573.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit on December 2, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_283
574.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit on December 3, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_282
575.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit on February 1, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_272
576.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Deposit on October 7, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_294
577.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement | XML | aar_bcri_319
578.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement | XML | aar_bcri_325
579.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement | XML | aar_bcri_339
580.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement From August 9, 1965. | XML | aar_bcri_313
581.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement from October 7, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_303
582.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement July of 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_316
583.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on December 3, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_291
584.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on February 15, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_268
585.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on February 6, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_274
586.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on January 13, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_275
587.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on June 16, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_269
588.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on May 15, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_276
589.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on November 15, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_271
590.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on November 15, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_281
591.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on October 13, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_280
592.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on October 15, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_270
593.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on September 14, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_304
594.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Bank Statement on September 20, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_277
595.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Check | XML | aar_bcri_331
596.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Check | XML | aar_bcri_335
597.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Check From August of 1965. | XML | aar_bcri_308
598.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Check Signed on April 10, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_341
599.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Check Signed on August 24, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_301
600.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Check Signed September 11, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_279
601.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks | XML | aar_bcri_327
602.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks | XML | aar_bcri_332
603.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks From July of 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_307
604.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks From June of 1965. | XML | aar_bcri_314
605.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks Signed in October 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_293
606.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks Signed in September 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_292
607.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks Signed on August 14, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_299
608.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Checks Signed on September 11, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_302
609.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Committee Meeting Attendance | XML | aar_bcri_10
610.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Debit Slip | XML | aar_bcri_317
611.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Debit Slip | XML | aar_bcri_326
612.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Indicating Source for Food for March | XML | aar_bcri_351
613.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit on April 6, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_343
614.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit on April 6, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_344
615.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit on March 16, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_350
616.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip | XML | aar_bcri_285
617.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip | XML | aar_bcri_288
618.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip | XML | aar_bcri_320
619.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip from April 7, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_346
620.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip From July 27, 1965. | XML | aar_bcri_310
621.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip from March 17, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_342
622.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip from March 22, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_347
623.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip from March of 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_349
624.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip from October 7, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_352
625.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slip on September 14, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_296
626.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slips | XML | aar_bcri_286
627.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slips | XML | aar_bcri_287
628.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slips | XML | aar_bcri_290
629.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slips | XML | aar_bcri_321
630.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slips | XML | aar_bcri_323
631.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slips from 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_340
632.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Deposit Slips from April of 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_348
633.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Evaluation | XML | aar_bcri_420
634.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Flyer | XML | aar_bcri_417
635.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama List of Names | XML | aar_bcri_21
636.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama List of Names | XML | aar_bcri_22
637.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama List of Senators (back) | XML | aar_bcri_62
638.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama List of Senators (front) | XML | aar_bcri_61
639.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Membership Cards | XML | aar_bcri_421
640.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of Meeting on April 10, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_384
641.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of Meeting on March 16, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_265
642.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of Meeting on March 16, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_266
643.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of Meeting on March 18, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_378
644.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of Meeting on March 18, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_386
645.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting August 24, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_410
646.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting Correction | XML | aar_bcri_387
647.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on April 1, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_381
648.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on April 1, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_382
649.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on April 10, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_383
650.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on April 10, 1965 Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_385
651.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on August 14, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_405
652.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on August 14, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_406
653.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on August 14, 1965 Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_407
654.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on July 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_404
655.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_395
656.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 Notes Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_396
657.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 Notes Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_397
658.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 Notes Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_398
659.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 Notes Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_399
660.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 Notes Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_400
661.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_402
662.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on June 12, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_403
663.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on May 8, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_388
664.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on May 8, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_392
665.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on May 8, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_389
666.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on May 8, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_393
667.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on May 8, 1965 Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_391
668.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on May 8, 1965 Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_394
669.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on November 13, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_413
670.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on October 2, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_414
671.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Minutes of the Meeting on October 2, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_415
672.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Notes | XML | aar_bcri_64
673.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Notes (back) | XML | aar_bcri_55
674.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Notes (front) | XML | aar_bcri_54
675.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Notes Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_57
676.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Notes Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_58
677.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Notes Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_59
678.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Planning Meeting Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_261
679.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Planning Meeting Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_262
680.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Planning Meeting Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_263
681.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Planning Meeting Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_264
682.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Recruiting Flyer | XML | aar_bcri_418
683.The Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Statement of Purpose (back) | XML | aar_bcri_377
684.The Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Statement of Purpose (front) | XML | aar_bcri_376
685.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Steering Committee on March 19, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_380
686.Concerned White Citizens of Alabama's Time Schedule | XML | aar_bcri_60
687.Congressional Staff Directory Flyer | XML | aar_bcri_369
688.Congressional Staff Directory Flyer | XML | aar_bcri_370
689.Congressional Staff Directory Flyer (back cover) | XML | aar_bcri_372
690.Congressional Staff Directory Flyer (cover) | XML | aar_bcri_373
691.Congressional Staff Directory Flyer Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_374
692.Congressional Staff Directory Flyer Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_375
693.Constitution of Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_258
694.Constitution of Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_259
695.Constitution of Concerned White Citizens of Alabama Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_260
696.Convict Leasing in Alabama a System that Re-Enslaved Blacks | XML | aar_lessons_52
697.Cordell Hull Reagon | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1693
698.Coretta Scott King and her son Dexter, listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak to a crowd at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9054
699.Coretta Scott King and her son Dexter, listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak to a crowd at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9055
700.Coretta Scott King and other women, standing behind the pulpit at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12283
701.Coretta Scott King smiling and waving on the last day of the Selma to Montgomery March in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40846
702.Coretta Scott King speaking in front of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, during the Bridge Crossing Jubilee. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_19854
703.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12264
704.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12265
705.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12266
706.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12267
707.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12268
708.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12269
709.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12284
710.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12285
711.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12287
712.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12288
713.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12289
714.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12290
715.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12291
716.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12292
717.Coretta Scott King speaking to an audience of women at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12293
718.Coretta Scott King, Harry Belafonte, and Ralph Bunche at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40984
719.Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Jr., Floyd McKissick, and other marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36968
720.Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Jr., Floyd McKissick, and other marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37179
721.Cornelia Amelia Greene | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1612
722.Crowd gathered in front of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9457
723.Crowd gathered in front of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9458
724.Crowd gathered in front of the Capitol, listening to Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9461
725.Crowd gathered in front of the Capitol, listening to Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9472
726.Crowd gathered in front of the Capitol, listening to Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9473
727.Crowd gathered in front of the Capitol, listening to Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9474
728.Crowd gathered in front of the Capitol, listening to Alabama Grand Dragon James Spears during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9475
729.Crowd inside African American First Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, after a riot protesting the Freedom Riders' arrival in the city. | XML | aar_amg_16347
730.Crowd listening to Wallace outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,191
731.Crowd listening to Wallace outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_191
732.Crowd of reporters and civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, probably on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36080
733.Crowd on Dexter Avenue in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40930
734.Crowd on the south side of the Edmund Pettus bridge in Selma, Alabama, watching marchers on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40711
735.Crowd standing in front of the capitol in Jackson, Mississippi, at the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36940
736.Crowd watching a Ku Klux Klan rally in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9020
737.Crowd watching a Ku Klux Klan rally in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9021
738.Curtis D. Clemson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1416
739.Dallas County deputies and members of the sheriff's posse getting off a bus carrying young African Americans who were arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36953
740.Dallas County mounted posse waiting for civil rights marchers on the south side of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36243
741.Damaged Chevrolet outside 16th Street Baptist Church | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_308
742.Damaged Oldsmobile beside 16th Street Baptist Church. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_316
743.Daniel E. Harmeling | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1445
744.Dave Dennis | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1592
745.Dave Mack McGlathery at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, on the day he enrolled as the first African American student at the school. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32708
746.Dave Mack McGlathery at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, on the day he enrolled as the first African American student at the school. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32709
747.Dave Mack McGlathery at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, on the day he enrolled as the first African American student at the school. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32710
748.Dave Mack McGlathery at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, on the day he enrolled as the first African American student at the school. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32711
749.Dave Mack McGlathery entering a building at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, on the day he enrolled as the first African American student at the school. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32706
750.David Arthur Harlow | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1444
751.David C. Aroner | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1396
752.David C. Thomson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1523
753.David E. Anderson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1395
754.David M. Walsh | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1529
755.David Rhodes | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1505
756.David William Holland | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1446
757.David William Rosenberg | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1704
758.Deal or No Deal? | XML | aar_lessons_177
759.December 13, 1965 Benefit Announcement | XML | aar_bcri_411
760.Demonstrator making a sign for a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40893
761.Demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40999
762.Demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40766
763.Demonstrators being sprayed with fire hoses at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16447
764.Demonstrators gathering in front of the Mobile County Courthouse in Mobile, Alabama, to protest police brutality and the all-white county personnel board. | XML | aar_amg_67340
765.Demonstrators gathering in front of the Mobile County Courthouse in Mobile, Alabama, to protest police brutality and the all-white county personnel board. | XML | aar_amg_67366
766.Demonstrators in front of city hall in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, marching toward the Jefferson County courthouse for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40703
767.Demonstrators in front of city hall in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, marching toward the Jefferson County courthouse for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40817
768.Demonstrators in front of city hall in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, marching toward the Jefferson County courthouse for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40851
769.Demonstrators in the rain at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40635
770.Demonstrators in the rain at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40740
771.Demonstrators in the rain at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_41075
772.Demonstrators marching in Mobile, Alabama, to support the reauthorization and extension of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67450
773.Demonstrators marching on Government Street in Mobile, Alabama, to support the reauthorization and extension of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67288
774.Demonstrators marching on Government Street in Mobile, Alabama, to support the reauthorization and extension of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67302
775.Demonstrators marching to protest police brutality and the all-white county personnel board in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67225
776.Demonstrators marching to protest police brutality and the all-white county personnel board in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67285
777.Demonstrators marching to protest police brutality and the all-white county personnel board in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67352
778.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a nighttime voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40797
779.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a nighttime voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40845
780.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40672
781.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40694
782.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40798
783.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40842
784.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40879
785.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40908
786.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40946
787.Demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_41086
788.Demonstrators protesting George Wallace, probably at a college in a northeastern state. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15400
789.Demonstrators protesting George Wallace, probably at a college in a northeastern state. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15401
790.Demonstrators protesting George Wallace, probably at a college in a northeastern state. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15433
791.Demonstrators protesting George Wallace, probably at a college in a northeastern state. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15434
792.Demonstrators protesting George Wallace, probably at a college in a northeastern state. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15435
793.Demonstrators protesting George Wallace, probably at a college in a northeastern state. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15436
794.Demonstrators protesting police brutality and the all-white county personnel board in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67331
795.Demonstrators protesting President Ronald Reagan's visit to the state legislature in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67790
796.Demonstrators protesting President Ronald Reagan's visit to the state legislature in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67819
797.Demonstrators standing in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, to protest President Ronald Reagan's visit to the state legislature. | XML | aar_amg_67728
798.Desmond Tutu at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. | XML | aar_amg_14112
799.Desmond Tutu at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. | XML | aar_amg_14244
800.Desmond Tutu at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. | XML | aar_amg_14336
801.Diane Judith Nash Bevel | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1557
802.Diane Runkle | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1508
803.Dick Gregory | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1614
804.Dick Gregory and other marchers during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61053
805.Dick Gregory and other marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61082
806.Dion Tyrone Diamond | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1593
807.Don Jelinek and Theophilus Smith shaking hands outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12781
808.Don Jelinek and Theophilus Smith shaking hands outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12782
809.Don Jelinek and Theophilus Smith standing outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12786
810.Don Jelinek and Theophilus Smith standing outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13042
811.Don Jelinek standing outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12779
812.Don Jelinek standing outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13076
813.Don Jelinek standing with another man outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12778
814.Don Jelinek standing with another man outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12780
815.Don Jelinek standing with another man outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13068
816.Don Raymond McGrath | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1491
817.Donald Edwin Howard | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1450
818.Donald Lawrence Jones | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1638
819.Dorothy Jean Frazier | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1426
820.Dorothy Miller Zellner | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1770
821.Douglas McCants | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1486
822.Douglas S. Jardine, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1460
823.Dr. Lawrence Dunbar Reddick, St. John Dixon, Edward English, and four other students from Alabama State University, who participated in a civil rights demonstration at the lunchroom of the Montgomery County Courthouse. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_9809
824.Dr. Robert Gilliard and Joseph Langan at an NAACP meeting in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67129
825.Driver for Montgomery City Lines during the bus boycott by African Americans in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16356
826.Dueling Telegrams 1963 Verbal Power Play Between Wallace and JFK | XML | aar_lessons_49
827.E. L. Bishop | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1560
828.Edna Goodson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1432
829.Edward English | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1422
830.Edward Hill | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1628
831.Edward R. Fields | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1603
832.Edwin Woodrow Braxter | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1567
833.Egbert Theodore Adams | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1549
834.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_24
835.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 10 | XML | aar_bcri_33
836.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 11 | XML | aar_bcri_35
837.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 12 | XML | aar_bcri_36
838.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 13 | XML | aar_bcri_37
839.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 14 | XML | aar_bcri_42
840.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 15 | XML | aar_bcri_38
841.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 16 | XML | aar_bcri_39
842.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 17 | XML | aar_bcri_40
843.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 18 | XML | aar_bcri_41
844.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 19 | XML | aar_bcri_43
845.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_25
846.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 20 | XML | aar_bcri_44
847.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 21 | XML | aar_bcri_46
848.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_26
849.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_27
850.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_28
851.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 6 | XML | aar_bcri_29
852.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 7 | XML | aar_bcri_30
853.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 8 | XML | aar_bcri_31
854.Eileen Walbert's Membership Notes Pg. 9 | XML | aar_bcri_32
855.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_13
856.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_14
857.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_15
858.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_16
859.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_17
860.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 6 | XML | aar_bcri_18
861.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 7 | XML | aar_bcri_19
862.Eileen Walbert's Notes on "Friendship in Action" Pg. 8 | XML | aar_bcri_20
863.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes August of 1965 Pg. 9 | XML | aar_bcri_99
864.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_91
865.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 10 | XML | aar_bcri_101
866.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 11 | XML | aar_bcri_102
867.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 12 | XML | aar_bcri_116
868.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 13 | XML | aar_bcri_110
869.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 14 | XML | aar_bcri_113
870.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 15 | XML | aar_bcri_114
871.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 16 | XML | aar_bcri_115
872.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 17 | XML | aar_bcri_118
873.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 18 | XML | aar_bcri_117
874.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 19 | XML | aar_bcri_154
875.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_92
876.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 20 | XML | aar_bcri_121
877.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 21 | XML | aar_bcri_122
878.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 22 | XML | aar_bcri_119
879.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 23 | XML | aar_bcri_120
880.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 24 | XML | aar_bcri_147
881.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 25 | XML | aar_bcri_148
882.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 26 | XML | aar_bcri_149
883.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 27 | XML | aar_bcri_150
884.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 28 | XML | aar_bcri_153
885.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 29 | XML | aar_bcri_151
886.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_93
887.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 30 | XML | aar_bcri_152
888.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_94
889.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_95
890.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 6 | XML | aar_bcri_96
891.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 7 | XML | aar_bcri_97
892.Eileen Walbert's Shorthand Notes, August of 1965 Pg. 8 | XML | aar_bcri_98
893.Elderly African American woman at a rest stop on the March Against Fear, possibly near Senatobia, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_40756
894.Elderly African American woman at a rest stop on the March Against Fear, possibly near Senatobia, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_40810
895.Elderly Klansman at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9256
896.Elderly Klansman holding an American flag at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9258
897.Elderly Klansman in a truck during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9280
898.Elderly Klansman in a truck during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9281
899.Elderly Klansman in a truck during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9282
900.Eldridge Allen Burns | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1409
901.Eleanor Katherine Holmes | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1631
902.Election Campaign Card (back) | XML | aar_bcri_257
903.Election Campaign Card (front) | XML | aar_bcri_255
904.Emily Taft Douglas, Reverend Farley Wheelwright, and Lillian Crompton Tobey in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36161
905.Envelope Addressed to Brank Fulton | XML | aar_bcri_144
906.Envelope Addressed to Eileen Walbert | XML | aar_bcri_141
907.Envelope Addressed to Eileen Walbert (back) | XML | aar_bcri_163
908.Envelope Addressed to Eileen Walbert (front) | XML | aar_bcri_162
909.Envelope Addressed to Eileen Walbert from District Judge Frank M. Johnson, Jr. | XML | aar_bcri_164
910.Envelope Addressed to Lawrence Cautwell. | XML | aar_bcri_185
911.Envelope Addressed to Lorenzo M. Crowell, Jr. | XML | aar_bcri_139
912.Envelope Addressed to Louise Gilbert | XML | aar_bcri_155
913.Envelope Addressed to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Morin | XML | aar_bcri_160
914.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Dick Morin | XML | aar_bcri_171
915.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Eileen Walbert from Lawrence Dumas | XML | aar_bcri_159
916.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Helen Morin (back) | XML | aar_bcri_103
917.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Helen Morin (back) | XML | aar_bcri_105
918.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Helen Morin (front) | XML | aar_bcri_104
919.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Helen Morin (front) | XML | aar_bcri_186
920.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. R. D. Morin. | XML | aar_bcri_183
921.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Richard D. Morin | XML | aar_bcri_198
922.Envelope Addressed to Mrs. Sarah K. Frances | XML | aar_bcri_130
923.Envelope Addressed to P. O. Box 2382 | XML | aar_bcri_146
924.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Clyde Perry | XML | aar_bcri_132
925.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_106
926.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_107
927.Envelope addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_108
928.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_109
929.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_126
930.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_127
931.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_128
932.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_129
933.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_131
934.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_137
935.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_140
936.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_168
937.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_169
938.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_170
939.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_175
940.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_177
941.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_180
942.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger | XML | aar_bcri_181
943.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger. | XML | aar_bcri_125
944.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger. | XML | aar_bcri_173
945.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger. | XML | aar_bcri_179
946.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger. | XML | aar_bcri_182
947.Envelope Addressed to Reverend Joseph Ellwanger. | XML | aar_bcri_184
948.Envelope Addressed to Sister Christine Mary | XML | aar_bcri_157
949.Envelope Addressed to the Birmingham Council on Human Relations | XML | aar_bcri_158
950.Envelope Addressed to the Birmingham Council on Human Relations | XML | aar_bcri_166
951.Envelope Addressed to the Birmingham Council on Human Relations. | XML | aar_bcri_176
952.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_133
953.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_138
954.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_142
955.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_143
956.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_161
957.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_165
958.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_187
959.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_188
960.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama (back) | XML | aar_bcri_136
961.Envelope Addressed to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama (front) | XML | aar_bcri_135
962.Envelope Addressed to the Council on Human Relations | XML | aar_bcri_124
963.Envelope Listing Two Names | XML | aar_bcri_174
964.Envelope With a Note | XML | aar_bcri_172
965.Eorrest [Forrest ?] Gary Odle | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1493
966.Eric Paul Jones | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1639
967.Ernest Robert Mercer | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1482
968.Eugene Rouse, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1707
969.Eugene William Adams, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1392
970.Evelyn Louise Palmer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1679
971.Exterior view of 16th Street Baptist Church showing windows blown out. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_311
972.Exterior view of bomb damage of 16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_309
973.Fager, Charles Eugene | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1600
974.Fannie Lou Hamer and others, seated at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15844
975.Fannie Lou Hamer and others, seated at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15845
976.Fannie Lou Hamer seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10951
977.Fannie Lou Hamer seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10952
978.Fannie Lou Hamer seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10956
979.Fannie Lou Hamer sitting down at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15846
980.Fannie Lou Hamer sitting down at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15847
981.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10936
982.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10937
983.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10938
984.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10939
985.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10943
986.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10944
987.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10945
988.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15841
989.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15842
990.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15843
991.Fannie Lou Hamer speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15850
992.Fannie Lou Hamer, J. C. Killingsworth, and others seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10942
993.Fanny Lou Hamer, Unita Blackwell, and others, leaving the table where they had been seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15837
994.Federal marshals at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,192
995.Federal marshals at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_192
996.Female marcher during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60928
997.Financial Notes | XML | aar_bcri_197
998.Financial Notes | XML | aar_bcri_210
999.Financial Notes | XML | aar_bcri_74
1000.Fire fighter drinking water from a hose during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16794
1001.Firemen and police officers standing in the street during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16216
1002.Firemen preparing to spray civil rights demonstrators with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16289
1003.Firemen removing hoses from an engine during a civil rights demonstration in Talladega, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16396
1004.Firemen spraying a civil rights demonstrator with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16308
1005.Firemen spraying a civil rights demonstrator with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16312
1006.Firemen spraying a civil rights demonstrator with a hose during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16288
1007.Firemen spraying a young man with a hose during an civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14351
1008.Firemen spraying adolescent civil rights demonstrators with a hose during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16230
1009.Firemen spraying adolescent civil rights demonstrators with a hose during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16268
1010.Firemen spraying adolescent civil rights demonstrators with a hose during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16407
1011.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16298
1012.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16332
1013.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16364
1014.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16369
1015.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose at Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16458
1016.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16291
1017.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16451
1018.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16263
1019.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16282
1020.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with a hose during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16363
1021.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with fire hoses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14127
1022.Firemen spraying civil rights demonstrators with fire hoses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14543
1023.Firemen with hoses outside the Carver Theatre during a the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16354
1024.First Baptist Church [African American] in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_3863
1025.Flags and sound system in the back of a pickup truck, where the speaker stood during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9501
1026.Floyd McKissick and Stokely Carmichael speaking in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the "March Against Fear" begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37162
1027.Floyd McKissick, Martin Luther King Jr., and Stokely Carmichael near Hernando, Mississippi, at the site where James Meredith was shot during the March Against Fear. | XML | aar_amg_40995
1028.Floyd Patterson at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40980
1029.Ford Foundation discussion group in a library, probably in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_16106
1030.Fourteen-year-old white boy riding his bicycle beside marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37045
1031.Frank Hails | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1436
1032.Frank Vincent Soracco | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1728
1033.Fred Gray speaking to Robert L. Carter during the NAACP hearing before Judge Walter B. Jones. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17295
1034.Fred Lee Shuttlesworth | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1722
1035.Fred Shuttlesworth and other African Americans during an attempt to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14324
1036.Fred Shuttlesworth and other African Americans waiting to board a bus during an integration attempt in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14245
1037.Fred Shuttlesworth and other African Americans waiting to board a bus during an integration attempt in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14301
1038.Fred Shuttlesworth and other African Americans waiting to board a bus during an integration attempt in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14178
1039.Fred Shuttlesworth and other African Americans waiting to board a bus during an integration attempt in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14274
1040.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators confronting a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16702
1041.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators confronting a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16248
1042.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators confronting a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16404
1043.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators confronting a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16421
1044.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators kneeling before a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16848
1045.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators kneeling before a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16227
1046.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators kneeling before a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16247
1047.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators kneeling before a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16306
1048.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators kneeling before a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16377
1049.Fred Shuttlesworth and other civil rights demonstrators kneeling before a police officer during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16440
1050.Fred Shuttlesworth arriving for his trial at city hall in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16223
1051.Fred Shuttlesworth at a police station after being arrested. | XML | aar_amg_14396
1052.Fred Shuttlesworth at a tribute program honoring him at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_56846
1053.Fred Shuttlesworth at a tribute program honoring him at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_56870
1054.Fred Shuttlesworth at a tribute program honoring him at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_56877
1055.Fred Shuttlesworth at a tribute program honoring him at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_56927
1056.Fred Shuttlesworth delivering a prepared statement to the news media in front of a house before being arrested. | XML | aar_amg_14534
1057.Fred Shuttlesworth in an office at a police station after his arrest. | XML | aar_amg_14373
1058.Fred Shuttlesworth in the back of a police vehicle after being arrested. | XML | aar_amg_14333
1059.Fred Shuttlesworth in the back of a police vehicle after being arrested. | XML | aar_amg_14445
1060.Fred Shuttlesworth inside Bethel Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, after it was bombed. | XML | aar_amg_14509
1061.Fred Shuttlesworth leading civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16270
1062.Fred Shuttlesworth leaving New Hope Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14099
1063.Fred Shuttlesworth leaving New Hope Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14372
1064.Fred Shuttlesworth leaving New Hope Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14442
1065.Fred Shuttlesworth on a stretcher at Hillman Hospital, where he was taken after Klansmen beat him while he was trying to enroll his daughters in the all-white Phillips High School. | XML | aar_amg_14446
1066.Fred Shuttlesworth seated in the audience during his trial at city hall in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16360
1067.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking at a church meeting during a campaign to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14226
1068.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking at a church meeting during a campaign to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14490
1069.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking at a mass meeting during a campaign to integrate the buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14160
1070.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking at a mass meeting during a campaign to integrate the buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14400
1071.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40758
1072.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40804
1073.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40863
1074.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking to a police officer and other men during an attempt to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14287
1075.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking to a police officer and other men during an attempt to integrate buses in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14309
1076.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking to Freedom Riders Catherine Burks Brooks, Lucretia Collins, and Salynn McCollum in the waiting area of the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16342
1077.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking to Freedom Riders Charles Butler, Catherine Burks Brooks, Lucretia Collins, and Salynn McCollum in the waiting area of the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16257
1078.Fred Shuttlesworth speaking to men in a Channel 6 news van before being arrested. | XML | aar_amg_14595
1079.Fred Shuttlesworth standing outside the night his house was bombed. | XML | aar_amg_14539
1080.Fred Shuttlesworth with Freedom Riders after their arrival at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16244
1081.Fred Shuttlesworth with Freedom Riders in front of a bus at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16417
1082.Fred Shuttlesworth with Freedom Riders in the waiting area of the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16287
1083.Fred Shuttlesworth, Martin Luther King Jr., Ralph Abernathy and others, linking arms and singing during a civil rights demonstration in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16220
1084.Frederick Charles Kraai | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1469
1085.Frederick Charles Schulze | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1716
1086.Frederick D. Aronow | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1397
1087.Frederick W. J. Looney | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1477
1088."Freedom Day" marchers at the Dallas County Courthouse in Selma, Alabama, during a voting rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_36208
1089.Freedom Rider James Peck at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16334
1090.Freedom Rider James Peck boarding an Eastern Air Lines flight to New Orleans at the airport in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16297
1091.Freedom Rider James Peck leaving the airport in Birmingham, Alabama, to board a flight for New Orleans. | XML | aar_amg_16310
1092.Freedom Rider James Peck leaving the airport in Birmingham, Alabama, to board a flight for New Orleans. | XML | aar_amg_16382
1093.Freedom Rider James Peck seated in the waiting area of the airport in Birmingham, Alabama, waiting to board a flight for New Orleans. | XML | aar_amg_16448
1094.Freedom Rider James Peck with another man at a souvenir counter at the airport in Birmingham, Alabama, waiting to board a flight for New Orleans. | XML | aar_amg_16467
1095.Freedom Rider James Peck with another man in the waiting area of the airport in Birmingham, Alabama, waiting to board a flight for New Orleans. | XML | aar_amg_16242
1096.Freedom Riders arriving at the Greyhound station in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16246
1097.Freedom Riders arriving at the Greyhound station in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16266
1098.Freedom Riders arriving at the Greyhound station in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16392
1099.Freedom Riders arriving at the Greyhound station in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16454
1100.Freedom Riders asleep on a bench at the Greyhound bus station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16357
1101.Freedom Riders at the ticket counter at the airport in Birmingham, Alabama, preparing to leave for New Orleans. | XML | aar_amg_16277
1102.Freedom riders attempting to board a bus headed to Montgomery, Alabama, from the Greyhound station in Birmingham. | XML | aar_amg_16402
1103.Freedom Riders boarding an Eastern Air Lines flight to New Orleans at the airport in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16299
1104.Freedom Riders boarding an Eastern Air Lines flight to New Orleans at the airport in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16388
1105.Freedom Riders Charles Butler, Catherine Burks Brooks, Lucretia Collins, and Salynn McCollum seated on a bench at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16348
1106.Freedom riders Jim Zwerg and Paul Brock entering the white waiting room for intrastate passengers at the Greyhound bus station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16453
1107.Freedom Riders John Lewis, Charles Butler, Catherine Burks Brooks, Lucretia Collins, and Salynn McCollum seated on a bench at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16405
1108.Freedom Riders leaving the airport in Birmingham, Alabama, to board a flight for New Orleans. | XML | aar_amg_16415
1109.Freedom Riders Lucretia Collins and Catherine Burks Brooks attempting to enter a restaurant at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16275
1110.Freedom Riders on a bus leaving the Trailways station in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, headed toward Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_16285
1111.Freedom Riders preparing to board a flight to New Orleans at the airport in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16425
1112.Freedom riders waiting outside a bus at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama, attempting to board for the trip to Montgomery. | XML | aar_amg_16317
1113.Fulton Publishing Corp. Invoice from January 15, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_216
1114.Funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45149
1115.Funeral procession for Martin Luther King, Jr. | XML | aar_malden_photo-5592
1116.Funeral procession for Martin Luther King, Jr. | XML | aar_malden_photo-5593
1117.G. H. Jarrell (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1461
1118.General Henry V. Graham walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,198
1119.General Henry V. Graham walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_198
1120.Geoffrey Siegel | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1723
1121.George Cesar Coleman | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1583
1122.George E. Carter | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1412
1123.George Edward Davis | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1420
1124.George Edward Davis being carried away by the police during a sit-in on Dexter Avenue in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_243
1125.George Emmett Lederer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1650
1126.George Goss | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1610
1127.George Leroy Offutt | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1676
1128.George Lincoln Rockwell | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1702
1129.George Newton Cooper, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1584
1130.George Paris | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1495
1131.George Raymond, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1692
1132.George Wallace speaking to a Citizens' Council meeting during a gubernatorial campaign. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_4015
1133.George Wallace with a man and woman at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,185
1134.George Wallace with a man and woman at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_185
1135.Georgia Gilmore seated in the audience at Holt Street Baptist Church. | XML | aar_peppler_12256
1136.Girl buying a popsicle from an ice cream truck during a voting rights march in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67303
1137.Girl wearing a visor during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61057
1138.Gladys Freeman | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1607
1139.Gloria Richardson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1695
1140.Golden Frinks | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1608
1141.Gordon Clements | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1414
1142.Governor George Wallace in state trooper car, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,178
1143.Governor George Wallace in state trooper car, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_178
1144.Governor George Wallace speaking in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,217
1145.Governor George Wallace speaking in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_217
1146.Governor George Wallace walking to Foster Auditorium | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,177
1147.Governor George Wallace walking to Foster Auditorium. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_177
1148.A group of African American men entering the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, probably attempting to deliver a petition to George Wallace at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41090
1149.Group of civil rights demonstrators during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36207
1150.Group of clergymen and nuns with other civil rights demonstrators on Sylvan Street in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_41034
1151.Group of people in line in front of a table in a small wooden church building in Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11022
1152.Group of people in line in front of a table in a small wooden church building in Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11027
1153.Group of people, including children and adolescents, in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36212
1154.Gwendolyn Theresa Greene | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1613
1155.Harriet Shelia Tanzman | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1740
1156.Harry Belafonte at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40887
1157.Harry Belafonte with other civil rights leaders at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41048
1158.Harry Peter Stoner | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1735
1159.Harry Truman speaking to Fred Shuttlesworth and Lamar Weaver at Terminal Station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19101
1160.Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_peppler_13707
1161.Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_peppler_13708
1162.Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_peppler_13709
1163.Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_peppler_13710
1164.Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_peppler_13711
1165.Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_peppler_13712
1166.Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_peppler_13713
1167.Helen Beth Jacobson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1457
1168.Helene Dorothy Wilson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1760
1169.Henry Clarence Carter | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1576
1170.Henry P. Hawkins | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1437
1171.Hilda Evelyn Washington | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1531
1172.Hillel David Halkin | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1618
1173.Hortense Jeanette Spillers | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1729
1174.Hosea Lorenzo Williams | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1757
1175.Hosea Williams addressing a crowd in downtown Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_8347
1176.Hosea Williams addressing a crowd in downtown Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_8348
1177.Hosea Williams addressing a crowd in downtown Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_8349
1178.Hosea Williams addressing a crowd in downtown Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_8350
1179.Hosea Williams addressing a crowd in downtown Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_8351
1180.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59554
1181.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59615
1182.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59645
1183.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59696
1184.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36040
1185.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36088
1186.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36120
1187.Hosea Williams and John Lewis leading marchers across the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36232
1188.Hosea Williams and other civil rights demonstrators attempting a night march from Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36320
1189.Hosea Williams and other demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40773
1190.Hosea Williams and other demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40974
1191.Hosea Williams and other demonstrators in the rain at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40957
1192.Hosea Williams and other demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a nighttime voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_41002
1193.Hosea Williams and other demonstrators marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a nighttime voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_41103
1194.Hosea Williams leading marchers toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40736
1195.Hosea Williams speaking from the steps of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60938
1196.Hosea Williams speaking to a crowd in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_40924
1197.Hosea Williams speaking to a crowd in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_41072
1198.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13426
1199.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13427
1200.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13428
1201.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13432
1202.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13444
1203.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13445
1204.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13446
1205.Hosea Williams speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13448
1206.Hosea Williams speaking to demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40686
1207.Hosea Williams speaking to demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40717
1208.Hosea Williams speaking to demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40721
1209.Hosea Williams speaking to demonstrators at a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40824
1210.Hosea Williams, Martin Luther King, Jr., and other men, standing in the parking lot outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13045
1211.Hosea Williams, Richard Boone, Martin Luther King, Jr., and other men, in the parking lot outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12788
1212.How Far Can You Jump? | XML | aar_lessons_136
1213.How Would You Feel The Bravery of Civil Disobedience | XML | aar_lessons_53
1214.How Would You Feel? | XML | aar_lessons_132
1215.Howard McArthur Romaine | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1703
1216.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13771
1217.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13772
1218.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13773
1219.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13774
1220.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13775
1221.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13776
1222.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13777
1223.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13778
1224.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13779
1225.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13780
1226.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13781
1227.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13782
1228.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13783
1229.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13784
1230.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13785
1231.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13786
1232.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13787
1233.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13788
1234.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13789
1235.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13790
1236.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13791
1237.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13792
1238.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13793
1239.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13794
1240.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13795
1241.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13796
1242.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13797
1243.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13798
1244.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13799
1245.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, seated at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13800
1246.Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association, standing at a table during an interview. | XML | aar_peppler_13770
1247.Idessa Williams speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12277
1248.Idessa Williams speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12279
1249.Idessa Williams speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12280
1250.Idessa Williams speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12281
1251.Image of E. D. Nixon during an interview. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20962
1252.Images Collins Harris after a demonstration in Crenshaw County, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20900
1253.Images from Martin Luther King, Jr.'s funeral in Atlanta, Georgia. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20845
1254.Images of a civil rights demonstration in Eufaula, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20926
1255.Images of a civil rights demonstration in Greensboro, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20925
1256.Images of a conference sponsored by the Fellowship of the Concerned, the Southern Regional Council, and the Alabama Council on Human Relations in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20920
1257.Images of a cookout. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20995
1258.Images of a demonstration at Alabama State College in Montgomery. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21000
1259.Images of a demonstration by Tuskegee Institute students, to protest the verdict in the trial of Thomas Coleman, a Lowndes County man who had been charged with the murder of Jonathan Daniels. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20864
1260.Images of a demonstration in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20903
1261.Images of a demonstration in Luverne, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20898
1262.Images of a failed attempt to desegregate Tuskegee Methodist Church. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20863
1263.Images of a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20852
1264.Images of a march to the Governor's Mansion in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21014
1265.Images of a meeting sponsored by the Southern Christian Leadership Conference at St. Paul's CME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20877
1266.Images of a picket in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21005
1267.Images of a political rally featuring members of SNCC and the Dallas County Independent Free Voters Organization in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20916
1268.Images of a student boycott of the Greenville Training School. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20940
1269.Images of a student demonstration at Tuskegee Institute to protest the murder of Samuel L. Younge, a civil rights worker. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20868
1270.Images of a student demonstration at Tuskegee Institute. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20974
1271.Images of a student demonstration in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21001
1272.Images of a survey performed in Montgomery, Alabama, to determine how many people in the city are eligible for a federal free food program. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20906
1273.Images of an Autauga County Improvement Association march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21002
1274.Images of an Autauga County Improvement Association meeting. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21004
1275.Images of an NAACP march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21048
1276.Images of Barbara Howard Flowers, staff member for The Southern Courier. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20955
1277.Images of Bessemer and Birmingham, Alabama, during the incarceration of Martin Luther King, Jr., and several other civil rights leaders. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20894
1278.Images of C. T. Vivian at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20913
1279.Images of civil rights demonstrations in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20885
1280.Images of Coretta Scott King at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20909
1281.Images of F. D. Reese and P. H. Lewis at a meeting in rural Dallas County, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21041
1282.Images of Fred Gray addressing a small audience in an auditorium or gymnasium. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20923
1283.Images of Hazel Gregory, office secretary and board member of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20938
1284.Images of Hosea Williams at St. Paul AME in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21032
1285.Images of Hosea Williams. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21054
1286.Images of Idessa Williams of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20939
1287.Images of James and Willie Kolb, civil rights leaders in Crenshaw County, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20897
1288.Images of John Nixon, president of the Alabama NAACP. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20948
1289.Images of L. L. Anderson at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20914
1290.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20912
1291.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., at the airport in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20873
1292.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking at a church building in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21029
1293.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20871
1294.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking at St. Paul AME Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20872
1295.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20870
1296.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20888
1297.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20887
1298.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20905
1299.Images of Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20889
1300.Images of Martin Luther King, Sr., at Holt Street in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20999
1301.Images of Moreland Smith, chairman of the Alabama Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21020
1302.Images of Paul and Pat Bokulich, SCLC workers in Greene County, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20862
1303.Images of Resurrection City, an encampment of tents and shacks constructed on the National Mall in Washington, D.C., during the Poor People's Campaign. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20869
1304.Images of Richard Boone addressing an audience in a church building in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21012
1305.Images of Richard Boone speaking in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20907
1306.Images of Richard Boone, Ralph Abernathy, and others at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21028
1307.Images of Roosevelt Barnett, Richard Boone, Lula Williams, and others in Newtown, a neighborhood in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21013
1308.Images of semi-annual meeting of the Alabama Democratic Conference in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20935
1309.Images of Stokely Carmichael at Miles College in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20980
1310.Images of Stokely Carmichael in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21003
1311.Images of Stokely Carmichael speaking at a meeting at a small church building. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21015
1312.Images of Stoney Crooks of SCLC. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21037
1313.Images of the "March Against Fear" through Mississippi, begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20846
1314.Images of the Democratic National Committee's regional conference, "Victory '68," in Atlanta, Georgia. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20848
1315.Images of the Durr family in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20896
1316.Images of the first anniversary celebration of the Lowndes County Christian Movement in Hayneville, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20879
1317.Images of the tenth anniversary of the Montgomery Improvement Association. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20902
1318.Images of U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations in Montgomery. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20936
1319.Images of various civil rights meetings in churches. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_21007
1320.Images of Winifred Green, a civil rights worker for the American Friends Service Committee. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_20883
1321.In Memory of the Reverend James. J. Reeb, March 14, 1965 (Cover) | XML | aar_bcri_235
1322.In Memory of the Reverend James. J. Reeb, March 14, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_249
1323.In Memory of the Reverend James. J. Reeb, March 14, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_250
1324.In Memory of the Reverend James. J. Reeb, March 14, 1965 Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_251
1325.In Memory of the Reverend James. J. Reeb, March 14, 1965 Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_252
1326.In Memory of the Reverend James. J. Reeb, March 14, 1965 Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_253
1327.Individuals active in civil disturbances, volume 1 | XML | aar_civildisturb1
1328.Individuals active in civil disturbances, volume 2 | XML | aar_civildisturb2
1329.Inez Jesse Turner Baskin behind the steering wheel of a convertible. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_7760
1330.Invoice From March 2, 1965. | XML | aar_bcri_212
1331.Irad Valentine, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1525
1332.Isaac Hannon | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1443
1333.Isaaca Wansley | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1530
1334.Isaiah Robinson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1700
1335.Isiah [sic] Brunson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1572
1336.Itemized Package Receipt | XML | aar_bcri_236
1337.Ivanhoe Gaylord Donaldson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1595
1338.J. C. Killingsworth seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10940
1339.J. C. Killingsworth seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10941
1340.J. C. Killingsworth seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10947
1341.J. C. Killingsworth seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10948
1342.J. C. Killingsworth seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10950
1343.J. C. Killingsworth speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_10949
1344.J. C. Killingsworth, Fanny Lou Hamer, and others, leaving the table where they had been seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15835
1345.J. C. Killingsworth, Fanny Lou Hamer, Unita Blackwell, and others, leaving the table where they had been seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15836
1346.James A. Dombrowski | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1594
1347.James A. Monsonis | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1667
1348.James Barnett | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1400
1349.James Bevel and other marchers on Dexter Avenue in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40765
1350.James Bevel being arrested a during civil rights demonstration, probably at Bailey's Tabernacle CME Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37134
1351.James Bevel speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36163
1352.James Bevel speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36197
1353.James Bevel speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36260
1354.James Bevel speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36293
1355.James Bevel speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36306
1356.James Bevel, Richard Boone, and Harold Middlebrooks in front of Bailey's Tabernacle CME Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_37104
1357.James Carl Wilson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1761
1358.James Douglas Young | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1545
1359.James E. Gildersleave | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1609
1360.James E. Smith | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1727
1361.James E. Thornton (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1524
1362.James Edward McCreary | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1487
1363.James Edward Orange | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1677
1364.James Faust, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1424
1365.James Forman and other protestors being carried away by the police during a sit-in on Dexter Avenue in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_244
1366.James Franklin Cato | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1577
1367.James Hood and others walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,194
1368.James Hood and others walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_194
1369.James Jason Palmer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1680
1370.James Jones | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1640
1371.James L. Farmer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1601
1372.James Louis Womack | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1767
1373.James Luther Bevel | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1558
1374.James Meredith addressing the crowd in front of the capitol in Jackson, Mississippi, at the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37148
1375.James Meredith addressing the crowd in front of the capitol in Jackson, Mississippi, at the end of the March Against Fear. | XML | aar_amg_36960
1376.James Meredith speaking to reporters, probably outside the state capitol in Jackson, Mississippi at the end of the March Against Fear. | XML | aar_amg_40728
1377.James Morris Lawson, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1649
1378.James O. Murray | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1673
1379.James Orange and James Bevel with other marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36110
1380.James P. Marshall | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1480
1381.James Peck and other Freedom Riders at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16238
1382.James Rodgers, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1507
1383.James Rufus Forman | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1604
1384.James Warner | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1752
1385.Jan P. Plummer (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1500
1386.Janet Antonia Lewis | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1651
1387.Janice Eline Winkley | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1764
1388.Jean Angela Maron | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1479
1389.Jean Jackson reviewing photographs and documents in a bedroom of her home on Lapsley Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61012
1390.Jennifer Lawson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1472
1391.Jerald Thomas Walraven | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1750
1392.Jeremiah A. Cahill | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1410
1393.Jerrett Williams, III | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1537
1394.Jerry Brooms | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1570
1395.Jerry Dutton | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1597
1396.Jerry Harrison | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1625
1397.Jerry Miller | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1483
1398.Jesse Benjamin Stoner | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1732
1399.Jesse Jackson and Willie Barrow at a press conference during the annual meeting of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67349
1400.Jesse Jackson greeting Joseph Lowery at the annual meeting of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67419
1401.Jesse Jackson hugging Joseph Lowery at the annual meeting of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67350
1402.Jesse Jackson speaking at a rally in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the thirtieth anniversary reenactment of the Selma-to-Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_19908
1403.Jesse Jackson speaking at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60972
1404.Jesse Jackson speaking at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61035
1405.Jesse Jackson speaking at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61077
1406.Jesse Jackson speaking from the steps of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61005
1407.Jesse Jackson speaking from the steps of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61065
1408.Jessie James Harris | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1623
1409.Jessie L. Harris | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1624
1410.Jim Crow Lived in Alabama in the late 1800's | XML | aar_lessons_50
1411.Jim Letherer resting and smoking a cigarette during a stop on the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36050
1412.Jim Letherer resting and smoking a cigarette during a stop on the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36283
1413.Jim Letherer resting during a stop on the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36128
1414.Jim Peppler Southern courier photograph collection | XML | aar_peppler
1415.Jimmie George Robinson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1701
1416.Jimmie Travis | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1743
1417.Joan Baez at the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_241
1418.Joan Trumpower | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1744
1419.Joanne Ailene Grant | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1611
1420.Joe Reed speaking to a crowd at the Mobile County courthouse Mobile, Alabama, during a rally held to support the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67238
1421.Joel Lee Riley | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1698
1422.John Augusta Wilson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1762
1423.John Cotton Lamb | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1470
1424.John G. Hallsten | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1447
1425.John Harold Lichten | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1653
1426.John L. LeFlore, civil rights activist and politician in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45202
1427.John Lee Carpenter | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1575
1428.John LeFlore and another man checking the Democratic primary election results from an Associated Pres teleprinter in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45231
1429.John LeFlore and Vernon Crawford during the attempt to integrate Murphy High School in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59686
1430.John LeFlore checking the Democratic primary election results from an Associated Pres teleprinter in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45153
1431.John LeFlore shaking hands with A. J. Cooper outside the International Longshoreman's Association Hall in Mobile, Alabama, before an event commemorating the 111th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. | XML | aar_amg_77091
1432.John LeFlore shaking hands with A. J. Cooper outside the International Longshoreman's Association Hall in Mobile, Alabama, before an event commemorating the 111th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. | XML | aar_amg_77215
1433.John LeFlore with another African American man during the attempt to integrate Murphy High School in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59626
1434.John Lewis (far left) and other marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61092
1435.John Lewis crossing the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36089
1436.John Lewis speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36112
1437.John Lewis, Julian Bond, and others outside the International Longshoreman's Association Hall in Mobile, Alabama, before an event commemorating the 111th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. | XML | aar_amg_77183
1438.John Lewis, Julian Bond, and others outside the International Longshoreman's Association Hall in Mobile, Alabama, before an event commemorating the 111th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. | XML | aar_amg_77197
1439.John Lewis, Julian Bond, and others outside the International Longshoreman's Association Hall in Mobile, Alabama, before an event commemorating the 111th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation. | XML | aar_amg_77209
1440.John Linwood Safford | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1710
1441.John Patler | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1683
1442.John Patterson at a meeting with two men during the Freedom Riders' stay in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16301
1443.John Randall Salter | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1711
1444.John Robert Lewis | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1652
1445.John Robert Zellner | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1771
1446.Johnnie Carr speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12271
1447.Johnnie Carr speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12272
1448.Johnnie Carr speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12273
1449.Johnnie Carr speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12276
1450.Johnnie Carr speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12278
1451.Jonas Gintautas Liutkus | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1658
1452.Joseph and Evelyn Lowery leaving a court-ordered meeting between Southern Christian Leadership Conference members and former members of the Ku Klux Klan in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59578
1453.Joseph Ela Wright | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1765
1454.Joseph Lester Hankerson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1620
1455.Joseph Lowery, president of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, speaking at a rally at St. Jude Catholic Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_19909
1456.Journalist interviewing a Klansman during a parade at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9046
1457.Journalist interviewing Klansmen during a parade at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9047
1458.Joyce Ann Brown | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1571
1459.Judge Walter B. Jones reading the decision to fine the NAACP, after the organization refused to submit a list of its members. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17268
1460.Judge Walter B. Jones reading the decision to fine the NAACP, after the organization refused to submit a list of its members. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17269
1461.Judith Behling | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1402
1462.Judy Coburn | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1417
1463.Julian Bond in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61015
1464.Junius Williams | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1538
1465.Katie Frances Peters | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1685
1466."Keep of the Grass" sign posted on the lawn of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40656
1467."Keep of the Grass" sign posted on the lawn of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40788
1468.Khaleel Sultann Sayyed | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1714
1469.Klan leaders heading a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9263
1470.Klan leaders heading a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9290
1471.Klansman adjusting speakers on the top of a pickup truck during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9275
1472.Klansman and another man in a pickup truck at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9506
1473.Klansman and other marchers in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9449
1474.Klansman and woman in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9447
1475.Klansman at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9253
1476.Klansman at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9467
1477.Klansman carrying a Confederate flag at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9468
1478.Klansman carrying a sign at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9238
1479.Klansman carrying a sign at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9239
1480.Klansman carrying a sign at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9240
1481.Klansman carrying a sign at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9486
1482.Klansman carrying a sign at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9489
1483.Klansman carrying a sign at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9490
1484.Klansman carrying a sign in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9446
1485.Klansman carrying an American flag in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9478
1486.Klansman holding a camera and Confederate flag in front of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9278
1487.Klansman holding a Confederate flag, standing with other men around a car at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9039
1488.Klansman holding an American flag at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9241
1489.Klansman listening to a speaker at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9012
1490.Klansman listening to a speaker at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9013
1491.Klansman looking down at a camera he is holding at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9259
1492.Klansman smoking a cigarette at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9249
1493.Klansman wearing a "UKA Security Guard" helmet during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9264
1494.Klansmen and other audience members at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9285
1495.Klansmen and other audience members listening to a speaker at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9034
1496.Klansmen and other audience members listening to a speaker at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9035
1497.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs and a Confederate flag in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9215
1498.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs and flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9494
1499.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9213
1500.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9214
1501.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9230
1502.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9231
1503.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9257
1504.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9452
1505.Klansmen and other marchers carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9510
1506.Klansmen and other observers at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9220
1507.Klansmen and other observers standing in front of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9484
1508.Klansmen and other observers standing in front of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9485
1509.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9017
1510.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9040
1511.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9219
1512.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9251
1513.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9272
1514.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9469
1515.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9470
1516.Klansmen at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9471
1517.Klansmen carrying Confederate and American flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9261
1518.Klansmen carrying Confederate and American flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9262
1519.Klansmen carrying Confederate and American flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9287
1520.Klansmen carrying Confederate and American flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9288
1521.Klansmen carrying Confederate and American flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9289
1522.Klansmen carrying Confederate and American flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9450
1523.Klansmen carrying Confederate and American flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9456
1524.Klansmen carrying signs and a Confederate flag while marching in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9049
1525.Klansmen carrying signs and a Confederate flag while marching in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9050
1526.Klansmen carrying signs and flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9493
1527.Klansmen carrying signs and flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9508
1528.Klansmen carrying signs and flags in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9509
1529.Klansmen carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9232
1530.Klansmen carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9233
1531.Klansmen carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9234
1532.Klansmen carrying signs in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9511
1533.Klansmen carrying signs while marching in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9048
1534.Klansmen holding American and Confederate flags in front of the Capitol at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9248
1535.Klansmen holding American flags at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9250
1536.Klansmen holding signs at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9254
1537.Klansmen holding signs during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9265
1538.Klansmen holding signs during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9279
1539.Klansmen in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9451
1540.Klansmen in front of the Capitol at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9044
1541.Klansmen marching in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9045
1542.Klansmen removing their hoods and robes after a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9041
1543.Klansmen setting down poles after burning a banner at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9502
1544.Klansmen standing behind two pickup trucks during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9273
1545.Klansmen standing behind two pickup trucks during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9274
1546.Klansmen standing in the street during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9236
1547.Klansmen standing in the street during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9237
1548.L. L. Anderson and others, standing on the steps outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13048
1549.L. L. Anderson greeting Martin Luther King, Jr., as he enters Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10504
1550.L. L. Anderson greeting Martin Luther King, Jr., as he enters Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10505
1551.L. L. Anderson speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10427
1552.L. L. Anderson speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10428
1553.L. L. Anderson speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9590
1554.L. L. Anderson, Albert Turner, and other men, seated on the stage at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9910
1555.Lafayette Surnery | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1738
1556.Landy McNair, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1670
1557.Large group of civil rights demonstrators, probably at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36044
1558.Large group of civil rights demonstrators, probably at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36175
1559.Large group of civil rights demonstrators, probably at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36280
1560.Larry Crawford Fox | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1605
1561.Larry Siegel | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1724
1562.Laura Ann Lippman | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1657
1563.Law enforcement officers and media, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,183
1564.Law enforcement officers and media, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_183
1565.Law enforcement officers forming a blockade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40684
1566.Law enforcement officers forming a blockade on the south side of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36082
1567.Law enforcement officers forming a blockade on the south side of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36139
1568.Law enforcement officers on the south side of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36115
1569.Law enforcement officers on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36250
1570.Law enforcement officers pushing civil rights marchers back across the Edmund Pettus Bridge on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36079
1571.Law enforcement officers waiting for civil rights marchers to cross the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59551
1572.Lawrence G. Henry | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1626
1573.Lawrence T. Guyot, James Meredith, Ralph Abernathy, and other marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear. | XML | aar_amg_37080
1574.Leaders of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference speaking with the press after a court-ordered race relations seminar led by the SCLC for former members of the Ku Klux Klan in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59646
1575.Lebron Hilliard | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1629
1576.Lemuel Green | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1435
1577.Leo Franklin Young | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1769
1578.Leon Page (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1494
1579.Leonard Bernstein performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40958
1580.Leonard McGhee | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1490
1581.Leonard W. Holt | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1632
1582.Leron Robinson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1506
1583.Leroy Howard | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1451
1584.Leslie Marion Moore | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1671
1585.Lester Gene McKinnie | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1669
1586.Letter from Erskine Smith to Orzell Billingsley, Jr. on January 27, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_234
1587.Letter from Helen Morin Regarding Bank Statement | XML | aar_bcri_295
1588.Letter to Attorney Orzell Billingsley from the Concerned White Citizens on April 10, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_289
1589.Letter to Attorney Orzell Billingsley From Treasurer Helen Morin of the Concerned White Citizens on September 11, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_300
1590.Letter to E. B. Sinclair from Sec. Eileen Walbert on November 8, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_134
1591.Letter to E. L. Holland, Jr. from Sec. Eileen Walbert on September 30, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_12
1592.Letter to Eileen Walbert | XML | aar_bcri_371
1593.Letter to Eileen Walbert from Brank Fulton, April 24, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_368
1594.Letter to Eileen Walbert From Noreen (?) | XML | aar_bcri_367
1595.Letter to Friends From Brank Fulton | XML | aar_bcri_361
1596.Letter to Governor George Wallace | XML | aar_bcri_365
1597.Letter to Helen Morin | XML | aar_bcri_362
1598.Letter to Helen Morin | XML | aar_bcri_363
1599.Letter to Helen Morin from Peggy, Easter Day 1965 (back) | XML | aar_bcri_401
1600.Letter to Helen Morin from Peggy, Easter Day 1965 (front) | XML | aar_bcri_390
1601.Letter to Helen Morin from Verdelle D. Martin | XML | aar_bcri_211
1602.Letter to John Bloomer from Sec. Eileen Walbert on September 30, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_1
1603.Letter to Relatives and Friends from Joe, Joyce, and Jonathan Ellwanger in 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_311
1604.Letter to Sargent Shriver from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 24, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_178
1605.Letter to Sec. Eileen Walbert from Larry Dumas on August 25, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_189
1606.Letter to Sec. Eileen Walbert from Monona L. Cheney on November 12, 1965. | XML | aar_bcri_223
1607.Letter to Sec. Eileen Walbert from Rev. Maurice F. Ouellet on March 23, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_111
1608.Letter to Senator Bertram Haltom from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_412
1609.Letter to Senator Bill McCain from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_89
1610.Letter to Senator Bob Gilchrist from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_56
1611.Letter to Senator E. C. Hornsby from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_45
1612.Letter to Senator E. D. Bentley from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_100
1613.Letter to Senator Ed Horton from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_123
1614.Letter to Senator Joe Smith from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_112
1615.Letter to Senator John Tyson from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_78
1616.Letter to Senator Larry Dumas from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_34
1617.Letter to Senator Roscoe Roberts from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_23
1618.Letter to Senator Vaughan Hill Robison from Sec. Eileen Walbert on October 10, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_67
1619.Letter to the Concerned Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_366
1620.Letter to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_364
1621.Letter to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama from Donald H. Smith on Decemeber 16, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_145
1622.Letter to the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama from E. B. Sinclair | XML | aar_bcri_167
1623.Letter to the Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare from Sec. Eileen Walbert on September 28, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_222
1624.Letter to the friends of the Concerned White Citizens of Alabama on November 5, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_156
1625.Letter to the Walberts from Margaret Hatch (?) | XML | aar_bcri_333
1626.Letter to Tom Millikin from Sec. Eileen Walbert on March 17, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_0
1627.Letter to Tom Millikin from Sec. Elieen Walbert on March 21, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_200
1628.Letter to Vincent Townsend from Sec. Eileen Walbert on September 30, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_379
1629.Letter to W.A.P.I. News Dept. from James D. Walbert on October 23, 1967 | XML | aar_bcri_356
1630.Lewis Perry MacAdams, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1663
1631.Life of Jesse Owens | XML | aar_lessons_142
1632.Lincoln Mallisham | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1478
1633.Linda Morse | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1485
1634.Line of civil rights activists in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_40783
1635.List of Calls Made by Donald Rupp (back) | XML | aar_bcri_196
1636.List of Calls Made by Donald Rupp (front) | XML | aar_bcri_195
1637.List of Calls Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_191
1638.List of Calls Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_192
1639.List of Calls Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_193
1640.List of Calls Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_194
1641.List of Names | XML | aar_bcri_72
1642.List of Telephone Numbers | XML | aar_bcri_90
1643.Lloyd Little | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1474
1644.Lois Carroll Chaffee | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1578
1645.Long Distance Call | XML | aar_bcri_190
1646.Looking across the street from 16th Street Baptist Church. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_307
1647.Looking north from 16th Street Baptist Church on 16th Street. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_302
1648.Looking south beside 16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_312
1649.Looking south down 16th Street beside 16th Street Baptist Church | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_313
1650.Looking up Dexter Avenue in as Selma to Montgomery marchers round the corner and head to the Capitol. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8300
1651.Looking up Dexter Avenue in as Selma to Montgomery marchers round the corner and head to the Capitol. | XML | aar_selma_8300
1652.Lorean Thoma | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1741
1653.Lorean Thomas | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1742
1654.Louis Goldburn | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1429
1655.Louis Lloyd Anderson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1554
1656.Louis Perez | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1497
1657.Louis Wesley Hinshaw | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1630
1658.Louise Johnson Lovett | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1661
1659.Lucille Komisar | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1647
1660.Lula Bell Williams | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1758
1661.Lula Williams, an SCLC worker from Montgomery, leading a group of young men and women in singing before a meeting at a small rural church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9539
1662.Luther Lee Emmerson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1421
1663.Man and a state trooper at the University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,204
1664.Man and a state trooper at the University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_204
1665.Man and woman at the airport in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_257
1666.Man and woman at the airport in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_258
1667.Man and woman in the press room at University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,187
1668.Man and woman in the press room at University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_187
1669.Man and young woman, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9351
1670.Man and young woman, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9352
1671.Man assisting Amelia Boynton after she and other civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by state troopers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59644
1672.Man beside public telephone sign, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,182
1673.Man beside public telephone sign, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_182
1674.Man carrying an American flag during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61024
1675.Man carrying an American flag during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60993
1676.Man carrying an American flag during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60995
1677.Man drinking water from a fire hose during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16229
1678.Man driving a pickup truck in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9483
1679.Man handing a cup to a person in a sleeping bag under a tent at a campsite along the route of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40771
1680.Man holding up two fingers during the Selma-to-Montgomery march on U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_248
1681.Man in an audience, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10535
1682.Man leaning against a car during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9028
1683.Man marching toward the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama, for a voter registration rally. | XML | aar_amg_40919
1684.Man picketing to protest workplace discrimination at the Birmingham News and Birmingham Post-Herald in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45136
1685.Man pouring lighter fluid on a banner during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9218
1686.Man pouring lighter fluid on a banner during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9266
1687.Man pouring lighter fluid on a banner during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9267
1688.Man seated at a table, listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14877
1689.Man seated at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10509
1690.Man seated at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10510
1691.Man seated in a pew, listening to Norman Lumpkin speak in a small wooden church building in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11899
1692.Man seated on small platform in front of a motion picture camera, during a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15885
1693.Man seated on small platform in front of a motion picture camera, during a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15886
1694.Man setting a banner on fire at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9268
1695.Man sitting in an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10149
1696.Man sitting in an audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10495
1697.Man sitting in an audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_9908
1698.Man sitting in an audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_9909
1699.Man sitting in an audience, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9131
1700.Man sitting in the balcony at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_9097
1701.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14879
1702.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14880
1703.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14881
1704.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14882
1705.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15825
1706.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15826
1707.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15827
1708.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15829
1709.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15857
1710.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15858
1711.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15859
1712.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15860
1713.Man speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15866
1714.Man speaking at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9504
1715.Man speaking at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45198
1716.Man speaking at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45247
1717.Man speaking from the audience at a conference in Montgomery, Alabama, sponsored by the Fellowship of the Concerned, the Southern Regional Council, and the Alabama Council on Human Relations. | XML | aar_peppler_14588
1718.Man speaking from the audience at a conference in Montgomery, Alabama, sponsored by the Fellowship of the Concerned, the Southern Regional Council, and the Alabama Council on Human Relations. | XML | aar_peppler_14597
1719.Man speaking from the steps of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61001
1720.Man speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9589
1721.Man speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12250
1722.Man speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12257
1723.Man standing in the audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably during a speech by Hosea Williams. | XML | aar_peppler_13447
1724.Man standing in the back of a pickup truck at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9043
1725.Man standing outside Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Hayneville, Alabama, during the first anniversary celebration of the Lowndes County Christian Movement. | XML | aar_peppler_10845
1726.Man watching a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9216
1727.Man watching a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9217
1728.Man with a backpack in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41046
1729.Man with a megaphone praying or speaking to kneeling civil rights demonstrators in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36222
1730.Man, possibly Dr. Albert B. Britton, speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14871
1731.Man, possibly Dr. Albert B. Britton, speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14872
1732.Man, possibly Dr. Albert B. Britton, speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15849
1733.Man, possibly Hosea Williams, speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10514
1734.Marchers at Court Square in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40813
1735.Marchers at Court Square in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41024
1736.Marchers crossing the Edmund Pettus bridge in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61025
1737.Marchers crossing the Edmund Pettus bridge in Selma, Alabama, on the first day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40664
1738.Marchers crossing the street in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March | XML | aar_malden_photo,5583
1739.Marchers crossing the street in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5583
1740.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60929
1741.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60950
1742.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60970
1743.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60988
1744.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61006
1745.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61023
1746.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61081
1747.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61085
1748.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60923
1749.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61084
1750.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60937
1751.Marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60952
1752.Marchers entering Montgomery, Alabama during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61054
1753.Marchers front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, on the last day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40709
1754.Marchers in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_262
1755.Marchers in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40687
1756.Marchers in front of the stage at the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40829
1757.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36932
1758.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36941
1759.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36950
1760.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36966
1761.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_36984
1762.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37023
1763.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37032
1764.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37059
1765.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37070
1766.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37103
1767.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37109
1768.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37112
1769.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37136
1770.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37164
1771.Marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37208
1772.Marchers in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March | XML | aar_malden_photo,5585
1773.Marchers in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5585
1774.Marchers in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61004
1775.Marchers in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61075
1776.Marchers leaving Hernando, Mississippi, on the March Against Fear, the day after James Meredith was shot. | XML | aar_amg_41109
1777.Marchers leaving Selma on U.S. Highway 80 during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60930
1778.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40630
1779.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40649
1780.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40655
1781.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40669
1782.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40671
1783.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40873
1784.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40910
1785.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40972
1786.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40985
1787.Marchers leaving the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41105
1788.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40636
1789.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40699
1790.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40809
1791.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40819
1792.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40826
1793.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40832
1794.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40913
1795.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40941
1796.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41009
1797.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41028
1798.Marchers on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41057
1799.Marchers on Edmund Pettus Bridge during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_300
1800.Marchers on Montgomery Street in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, heading for the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40706
1801.Marchers on Montgomery Street in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, heading for the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41049
1802.Marchers on the Edmund Pettus bridge in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_60948
1803.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36075
1804.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36169
1805.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36240
1806.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36290
1807.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40632
1808.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40754
1809.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40901
1810.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40909
1811.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40981
1812.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 entering Lowndes County, Alabama, on the second day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40864
1813.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36053
1814.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36056
1815.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36111
1816.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36116
1817.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36141
1818.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36179
1819.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36226
1820.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36270
1821.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in either Dallas or Lowndes County during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36311
1822.Marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36279
1823.Marchers passing a produce stand near Senatobia, Mississippi, during the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_40936
1824.Marchers resting on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_249
1825.Marchers standing on or near a flatbed truck during the Selma-to-Montgomery march on U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_255
1826.Marchers taking a break during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61074
1827.Marchers walking in the rain in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March | XML | aar_malden_photo,5581
1828.Marchers walking in the rain in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March | XML | aar_malden_photo,5582
1829.Marchers walking in the rain in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March | XML | aar_malden_photo,5584
1830.Marchers walking in the rain in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March | XML | aar_malden_photo,5588
1831.Marchers walking in the rain in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5581
1832.Marchers walking in the rain in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5588
1833.Marchers, journalists, and law enforcement officers gathering in Selma, Alabama, probably on Sylvan Street, at the start of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40796
1834.Marching to Equality | XML | aar_lessons_127
1835.Mari Tence Stovall | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1736
1836.Marian Gillian | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1428
1837.Mark Slafkes | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1518
1838.Marketing a Bad Idea Why So Many People Joined the Klan in the 1920's | XML | aar_lessons_56
1839.Marshall Bloom | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1404
1840.Marta Reinhart | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1504
1841.Martin A. Schain | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1715
1842.Martin Luther King Jr. addressing the crowd in front of the capitol in Jackson, Mississippi, at the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37037
1843.Martin Luther King Jr. addressing the crowd in front of the capitol in Jackson, Mississippi, at the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37192
1844.Martin Luther King Jr. and James Forman leaving the Montgomery County courthouse after a meeting with local officials in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36231
1845.Martin Luther King Jr. and other marchers front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, on the last day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41023
1846.Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy holding a press conference at the Gaston Motel in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16241
1847.Martin Luther King Jr. at a rest stop on the March Against Fear, possibly near Senatobia, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_40744
1848.Martin Luther King Jr. at a rest stop on the March Against Fear, possibly near Senatobia, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_41007
1849.Martin Luther King Jr. Coretta Scott King, Ralph Bunche, and Ralph Abernathy at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40979
1850.Martin Luther King Jr. Fred Shuttlesworth, and Ralph Abernathy holding a press conference at the Gaston Motel in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16320
1851.Martin Luther King Jr. Fred Shuttlesworth, and Ralph Abernathy holding a press conference at the Gaston Motel in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16384
1852.Martin Luther King Jr. leaving the Montgomery airport after his arrival during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36159
1853.Martin Luther King Jr. preparing to rejoin the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36046
1854.Martin Luther King Jr. preparing to rejoin the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36217
1855.Martin Luther King Jr. preparing to rejoin the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36318
1856.Martin Luther King Jr. Ralph Abernathy, and Archbishop Iakovos at the memorial service for James Reeb at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40902
1857.Martin Luther King Jr. seated behind the pulpit as F. D. Reese speaks at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36118
1858.Martin Luther King Jr. shaking hands with a man, probably Father Paul J. Mullaney, at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40948
1859.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a civil rights meeting at a church in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16760
1860.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a civil rights meeting at a church in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16826
1861.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a civil rights meeting at a church in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16909
1862.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36023
1863.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36087
1864.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36185
1865.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36241
1866.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36266
1867.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36288
1868.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36302
1869.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36193
1870.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36242
1871.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36245
1872.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking in front of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40915
1873.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking to a journalist after arriving at the Montgomery airport during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36285
1874.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking to a journalist after arriving at the Montgomery airport during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36299
1875.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking to reporters in Senatobia, Mississippi, during the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_40625
1876.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking to reporters in Senatobia, Mississippi, during the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_40741
1877.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking with a reporter at the Montgomery County courthouse after a meeting with local officials in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36031
1878.Martin Luther King Jr. speaking with reporters at the Montgomery County courthouse after a meeting with local officials in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36190
1879.Martin Luther King Jr. with Freedom Riders as they prepare to leave Montgomery, Alabama, for Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_16313
1880.Martin Luther King Jr., Fred Shuttlesworth, and other civil rights marchers in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36026
1881.Martin Luther King, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1645
1882.Martin Luther King, Jr. with his Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity brothers at Alabama State College in Montgomery, Alabama | XML | aar_malden_photo,5590
1883.Martin Luther King, Jr., and other men, standing in the parking lot outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13061
1884.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others arriving for a meeting at a small rural church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9538
1885.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others entering Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, before a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_10424
1886.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others entering Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, before a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_10425
1887.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others marching beside St. Margaret's Hospital on South Jackson Street in Montgomery, Alabama, headed to the county courthouse on Washington Avenue. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_239
1888.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others outside Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, before a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_10422
1889.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others standing outside a small rural church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9536
1890.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others, standing and talking to one another during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9580
1891.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others, standing and talking to one another during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9581
1892.Martin Luther King, Jr., and others, walking to the stage before a meeting at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9954
1893.Martin Luther King, Jr., Andrew Young, and others arriving for a meeting at a small rural church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9537
1894.Martin Luther King, Jr., being fitted with a microphone before speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10426
1895.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10499
1896.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10500
1897.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10700
1898.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10701
1899.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10702
1900.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10703
1901.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10704
1902.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10705
1903.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9585
1904.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9586
1905.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9587
1906.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9588
1907.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9916
1908.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9917
1909.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9918
1910.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9919
1911.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9920
1912.Martin Luther King, Jr., being interviewed at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9921
1913.Martin Luther King, Jr., Coretta Scott King, James Bevel, and others walking in the rain during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5582
1914.Martin Luther King, Jr., entering a building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9095
1915.Martin Luther King, Jr., Hosea Williams, and other men, walking through a parking lot toward Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10503
1916.Martin Luther King, Jr., Hosea Williams, and other men, walking through a parking lot toward Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13047
1917.Martin Luther King, Jr., Richard Boone, and others entering Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, before a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_10423
1918.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and shaking hands with a man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9104
1919.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and shaking hands with a man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9105
1920.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and shaking hands with a man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9106
1921.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and shaking hands with a man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9744
1922.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and shaking hands with a man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9745
1923.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and shaking hands with a woman during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9746
1924.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking to a couple during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9103
1925.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking to a young man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10179
1926.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking to a young man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10180
1927.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking to a young man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10181
1928.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking to a young man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9101
1929.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking to a young man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9102
1930.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking with a woman during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9747
1931.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated and speaking with a woman during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9748
1932.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10854
1933.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9521
1934.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9522
1935.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9523
1936.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9524
1937.Martin Luther King, Jr., seated during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9525
1938.Martin Luther King, Jr., shaking hands with a man in the parking lot outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13044
1939.Martin Luther King, Jr., sitting behind the podium during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10515
1940.Martin Luther King, Jr., sitting behind the podium during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10516
1941.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9051
1942.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9052
1943.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9053
1944.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9056
1945.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10147
1946.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10148
1947.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10150
1948.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10151
1949.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10152
1950.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10176
1951.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10177
1952.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10178
1953.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10409
1954.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10517
1955.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10518
1956.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10519
1957.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10528
1958.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10533
1959.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10721
1960.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10722
1961.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10723
1962.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9057
1963.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9058
1964.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9059
1965.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9060
1966.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9061
1967.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9062
1968.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9085
1969.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9547
1970.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9548
1971.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9549
1972.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9550
1973.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9551
1974.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9552
1975.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9567
1976.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10429
1977.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10430
1978.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10432
1979.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10491
1980.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10507
1981.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10508
1982.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10511
1983.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10512
1984.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9098
1985.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9099
1986.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9100
1987.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9130
1988.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9133
1989.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9134
1990.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9135
1991.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9542
1992.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9543
1993.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9544
1994.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9545
1995.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9546
1996.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9564
1997.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9565
1998.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9911
1999.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9912
2000.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9136
2001.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9137
2002.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9138
2003.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9139
2004.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9140
2005.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9344
2006.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9347
2007.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9348
2008.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9353
2009.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9354
2010.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9355
2011.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9556
2012.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9557
2013.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a crowd in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9558
2014.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a man during a meeting at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10496
2015.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a woman as she leaves Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9118
2016.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to a young man and woman beside a car outside a house in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10421
2017.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10851
2018.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10852
2019.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10853
2020.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11421
2021.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11422
2022.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12789
2023.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12790
2024.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12792
2025.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12793
2026.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10866
2027.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9322
2028.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9323
2029.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9324
2030.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9325
2031.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9326
2032.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9526
2033.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9527
2034.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9528
2035.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9529
2036.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9530
2037.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9531
2038.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9659
2039.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9902
2040.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to people as they leave Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9113
2041.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to people as they leave Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9114
2042.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to people as they leave Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9115
2043.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to people as they leave Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9117
2044.Martin Luther King, Jr., speaking to Williams Gary as he leaves Dexter Avenue Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9116
2045.Martin Luther King, Jr., standing and speaking to a man during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9582
2046.Martin Luther King, Jr., standing with L. L. Anderson and another man during a meeting at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10497
2047.Martin Luther King, Jr., standing with L. L. Anderson and another man during a meeting at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10498
2048.Martin Luther King, Jr., standing with L. L. Anderson and another man during a meeting at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10502
2049.Martin Luther King, Jr., William M. Branch, Ralph Abernathy and others, greeting people after getting out of a car, probably outside First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9093
2050.Martin Luther King, Jr., William M. Branch, Ralph Abernathy, and others, greeting a small crowd of people while walking toward a building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama | XML | aar_peppler_9094
2051.Martin Luther King, Jr., with L. L. Anderson in an anteroom at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10506
2052.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12208
2053.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12209
2054.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12210
2055.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12211
2056.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12212
2057.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12214
2058.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12215
2059.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12216
2060.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12217
2061.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12248
2062.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12251
2063.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12252
2064.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12253
2065.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12254
2066.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12261
2067.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12262
2068.Martin Luther King, Sr., speaking to an audience at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12263
2069.Marty Collier and other marchers during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60999
2070.Marty Collier participating in the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60971
2071.Marvous Saunders | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1713
2072.Mary E. Lee | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1473
2073.Mary E. McQueen (no photograph) | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1492
2074.Mary Elizabeth Farrell | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1602
2075.Mary Rich Wilson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1763
2076.Maxine Cobbs | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1581
2077.Maya Alderson Schulze | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1717
2078.McKinley Clausell | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1413
2079.McKinley Harris | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1440
2080.Meeting Notes Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_79
2081.Meeting Notes Pg. 10 | XML | aar_bcri_88
2082.Meeting Notes Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_80
2083.Meeting Notes Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_81
2084.Meeting Notes Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_82
2085.Meeting Notes Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_83
2086.Meeting Notes Pg. 6 | XML | aar_bcri_84
2087.Meeting Notes Pg. 7 | XML | aar_bcri_85
2088.Meeting Notes Pg. 8 | XML | aar_bcri_86
2089.Meeting Notes Pg. 9 | XML | aar_bcri_87
2090.Meeting of African Americans at the campus of Alabama State College in Montgomery, Alabama | XML | aar_malden_photo,4981
2091.Meeting of African Americans at the campus of Alabama State College in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_34477
2092.Meeting Schedule | XML | aar_bcri_77
2093.Melvin Jackson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1459
2094.Melvin Louis Palmer | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1681
2095.Member of the Dallas County sheriff's department fingerprinting a young African American man who was arrested during a civil rights demonstration in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37089
2096.Member of the Dallas County sheriff's department fingerprinting a young African American man who was arrested during a civil rights demonstration in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37121
2097.Member of the Jefferson County Sheriff's Department recording a voter registration rally outside the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_41111
2098.Members of John LeFlore's family at the John L. LeFlore Memorial Banquet in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67344
2099.Members of Mobile County Concerned Workers passing the offices of the Mobile Press-Register after a protest at city hall in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_77143
2100.Members of Mobile County Concerned Workers protesting police violence outside city hall on South Royal Street in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_77078
2101.Members of Mobile County Concerned Workers protesting police violence outside city hall on South Royal Street in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_77137
2102.Members of Mobile County Concerned Workers protesting police violence outside city hall on South Royal Street in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_77167
2103.Members of Mobile County Concerned Workers protesting police violence outside city hall on South Royal Street in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_77178
2104.Members of Mobile County Concerned Workers protesting police violence outside city hall on South Royal Street in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_77191
2105.Members of the Moreland and Smith families at the home of Moreland Smith at 3236 Bankhead Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_26826
2106.Members of the press listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11993
2107.Members of the press listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11994
2108.Men and women seated at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15838
2109.Men and women seated at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15839
2110.Men and women seated at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15840
2111.Men and women seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14883
2112.Men in an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_9520
2113.Men observing a demonstrations during the Children's Crusade in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16379
2114.Men on the steps of the African American First Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, after a riot protesting the Freedom Riders' arrival in the city. | XML | aar_amg_16463
2115.Men securing replicas of caskets memorializing civil rights martyrs in the bed of a pickup truck parked outside a wooden building in rural Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45172
2116.Men sitting in an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Hosea Williams speak. | XML | aar_peppler_13443
2117.Men sitting in the balcony at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_9096
2118.Men standing around a car in the parking lot outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12787
2119.Men standing around a car in the parking lot outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13043
2120.Men walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,196
2121.Men walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_196
2122.Mercedes Anita Wright | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1766
2123.Meris Vinovskis | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1527
2124.Michael A. Proctor | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1688
2125.Michael Albert Bruland | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1407
2126.Michael Figures speaking to a crowd at the Mobile County courthouse Mobile, Alabama, during a rally held to support the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67192
2127.Michael Figures, newly elected executive secretary of the Non-Partisan Voters League of Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67174
2128.Michael Figures, newly elected executive secretary of the Non-Partisan Voters League of Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67229
2129.Michael Jordan Ingraham | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1456
2130.Michael R. Gray | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1434
2131.Micheal D. Wood | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1543
2132.Miles [sic] Horton | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1633
2133.Ministers kneeling to pray while leading marchers during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16782
2134.Ministers leading marchers during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16682
2135.Ministers leading marchers during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16799
2136.Ministers leading marchers during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16882
2137.Ministers stopped at the street corner in front of M&F Record Suppliers while leading marchers during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16822
2138.Mississippi Highway Patrolmen watching marchers arrive in Montgomery from Selma. | XML | aar_amg_36086
2139.Mississippi Highway Patrolmen watching marchers arrive in Montgomery from Selma. | XML | aar_amg_36227
2140.Montgomery Bus Boycott We Would Rather Walk | XML | aar_lessons_57
2141.Motorcycle troopers drive down street on the University of Alabama campus | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,214
2142.Motorcycle troopers drive down street on the University of Alabama campus. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_214
2143.Mourners at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45161
2144.Mourners at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45187
2145.Mrs. Frankie M. Freeman of the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, looking through papers at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12492
2146.Mrs. Hardy and Unita Blackwell seated at a table before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15861
2147.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14887
2148.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14888
2149.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14889
2150.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14891
2151.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15807
2152.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15808
2153.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15809
2154.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15851
2155.Mrs. Hardy speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15852
2156.Mrs. Hardy, Unita Blackwell, and Fannie Lou Hamer seated before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14885
2157.Musicians at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9033
2158.Musicians at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9038
2159.Musicians at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9242
2160.Musicians performing with Nina Simone at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40764
2161.Musicians preparing to play at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12049
2162.N. Schafer | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1512
2163.Names and Addresses for April 1966 Banquet | XML | aar_bcri_47
2164.Napoleon Scarver | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1511
2165.Nathaniel Bradley | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1405
2166.National Guard member protecting the bus for the Freedom Riders leaving Montgomery, Alabama, for Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_16469
2167.National Guard members on Montgomery Street in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, waiting for the Freedom Riders to leave on a bus for Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_16290
2168.National Guard members outside the Trailways station in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, protecting the bus for the Freedom Riders that will be leaving for Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_16235
2169.National Guard members protecting the bus for the Freedom Riders leaving Montgomery, Alabama, for Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_16212
2170.National Guard members protecting the bus for the Freedom Riders leaving Montgomery, Alabama, for Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_16281
2171.National Guard troops at the edge of a campsite along the route of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40808
2172.National Guardsman outside building, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,188
2173.National Guardsman outside building, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_188
2174.National Guardsmen on the corner of Dexter Avenue and Hull Street in front of the Capitol during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8304
2175.National Guardsmen on the corner of Dexter Avenue and Hull Street in front of the Capitol during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_selma_8304
2176.National guardsmen, law enforcement officers, and journalists outside Steele's Service Station on U.S. Highway 80 during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40833
2177.National Maritime Union of America members holding a banner in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, probably before the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36138
2178.Nelson Malden Civil Rights era photograph collection | XML | aar_malden
2179.Nelson Malden in the funeral procession for Martin Luther King, Jr. | XML | aar_malden_photo-5591
2180.Nelson, Marvin, and Spurgeon Malden in the Malden Brothers Barbershop at 407 South Jackson Street in Montgomery, Alabama | XML | aar_malden_photo,5580
2181.New York Times Co. v. Sullivan | XML | aar_lessons_58
2182.Nichele L. Moreland | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1484
2183.Nighttime voter registration rally in front of the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40685
2184.Nighttime voter registration rally in front of the Jefferson County Courthouse in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40858
2185.Nina Simone performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40700
2186.Nina Simone performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40850
2187.Nina Simone performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41087
2188.Nipsey Russell and Billy Eckstein at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40673
2189.Noble Beasley boarding a plane at the municipal airport in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_50448
2190.Non-Violent Discipline for Concerned White Citizens of Alabama | XML | aar_bcri_419
2191.Norman Lumpkin speaking to an audience in a small wooden church building in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11895
2192.Norman Lumpkin speaking to an audience in a small wooden church building in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11896
2193.Norman Lumpkin speaking to an audience in a small wooden church building in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11897
2194.Norman Lumpkin speaking to an audience in a small wooden church building in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11898
2195.Norman Lumpkin speaking to an audience in a small wooden church building in Prattville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_11900
2196.Norman Lumpkin, news director for WRMA radio, holding a microphone while Martin Luther King, Jr., speaks to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9063
2197.Norman Lumpkin, news director for WRMA radio, holding a microphone while Martin Luther King, Jr., speaks to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9083
2198.Norman Lumpkin, news director for WRMA radio, holding a microphone while Martin Luther King, Jr., speaks to a crowd at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9084
2199.Note Containing a P.O. Box No. | XML | aar_bcri_207
2200.Note Indicating A Donation From the University Lutheran Chapel | XML | aar_bcri_65
2201.Note Indicating Reservation for R. D. Morin | XML | aar_bcri_69
2202.Note Referencing Marvin Lsanogle | XML | aar_bcri_71
2203.Note Regarding a Donation Made by Jay Olmstead | XML | aar_bcri_209
2204.Note Regarding Jay and Selma | XML | aar_bcri_206
2205.Note Regarding Jay Olmstead and Phone Payments | XML | aar_bcri_208
2206.Notes | XML | aar_bcri_63
2207.Notes From Norman C. Jimerson Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_239
2208.Notes From Norman C. Jimerson Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_240
2209.Notes From Norman C. Jimerson Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_241
2210.Notes From Norman C. Jimerson Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_242
2211.Notes Regarding Names and Payments | XML | aar_bcri_205
2212.Notes Regarding Payments | XML | aar_bcri_217
2213.Nun and National Guardsman on Dexter Avenue in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40933
2214.A nun and other clergy members and marchers on the last day of the Selma to Montgomery March, possible at the City of St. Jude campsite in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_41025
2215.Nun in Selma, Alabama, during either the Selma demonstrations or the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41096
2216.Octavia Hughes | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1453
2217.Office Of Economic Opportunity Facts Sheet | XML | aar_bcri_357
2218.Order of the Memorial Service (back) | XML | aar_bcri_238
2219.Order of the Memorial Service (front) | XML | aar_bcri_237
2220.Oren Fenton Potito | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1687
2221.Ossie Davis and Fred Shuttlesworth at a tribute program honoring Shuttlesworth at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_56833
2222.Ossie Davis and Fred Shuttlesworth at a tribute program honoring Shuttlesworth at the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_56902
2223.Outside Foster Auditorium, double exposed shot | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_189
2224.Outside Foster Auditorium, double exposed shot | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,189
2225.P. Colfax Rameau, president of the Southern Racial Welfare Social Uplift Association. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_319
2226.Parade down Bainbridge Street during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9260
2227.Parked cars on street on the University of Alabama campus | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,218
2228.Partially barricaded street at University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,211
2229.Partially barricaded street at University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_211
2230.Participants in a civil rights demonstration on a sidewalk in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15438
2231.Participants in a civil rights demonstration on a sidewalk in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15439
2232.Participants in a civil rights demonstration on a sidewalk in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15440
2233.Participants in the Selma to Montgomery March sleeping under a tent at a campsite along the route of the march. | XML | aar_amg_41079
2234.Patricia Judith Bright | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1568
2235.Patsy Williams | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1539
2236.Paul Edward Dukel | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1596
2237.Paul Everett Stonebraker | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1734
2238.Paul H. Pillow | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1499
2239.Paul Lauter | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1471
2240.Penelope Ransdell Patch | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1682
2241.People assisting Amelia Boynton after she was beaten and gassed by state troopers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36043
2242.People entering a wooden church building in rural Prattville, Alabama, for a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_11888
2243.People entering a wooden church building in rural Prattville, Alabama, for a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_11889
2244.People entering a wooden church building in rural Prattville, Alabama, for a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_11890
2245.People entering a wooden church building in rural Prattville, Alabama, for a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_11891
2246.People entering a wooden church building in rural Prattville, Alabama, for a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_11892
2247.People entering a wooden church building in rural Prattville, Alabama, for a meeting. | XML | aar_peppler_11893
2248.People in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9448
2249.People on a bus at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40714
2250.People outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,210
2251.People outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_210
2252.People resting and sleeping on the grass outside the airport in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_259
2253.People resting and sleeping on the grass outside the airport in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_260
2254.People seated by the window in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9904
2255.People seated in an audience, probably at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9905
2256.People seated in an audience, probably at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9906
2257.People sitting on the ground outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,193
2258.People sitting on the ground outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_193
2259.People watching a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9453
2260.People watching a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9454
2261.Persuasive Writing: Helen Keller's Letter to President Hoover | XML | aar_lessons_130
2262.Peter Ignatius Kenmore | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1644
2263.Peter Tom Burch | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1408
2264.Peter Xavier | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1768
2265.Phillip Thomas Mayberry | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1666
2266.Phyllis Laverne Ross | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1705
2267.Picketers protesting workplace discrimination at the Birmingham News and the Birmingham Post-Herald in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45155
2268.Picketers protesting workplace discrimination at the Birmingham News and the Birmingham Post-Herald in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45179
2269.A Plan to March | XML | aar_lessons_182
2270.Police blockade in Selma, Alabama, during either a civil rights demonstration or the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36065
2271.Police blockade in Selma, Alabama, during either a civil rights demonstration or the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36309
2272.Police blockade in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36099
2273.Police blockade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, probably on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36102
2274.Police blockade, including horses, in Selma, Alabama, during the Selma civil rights demonstrations or Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36062
2275.Police blocking civil rights protesters on a sidewalk in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_24289
2276.Police blocking civil rights protesters on a sidewalk in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_24295
2277.Police dog attacking a young African American woman in a parking lot during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14461
2278.Police dog attacking Walter Gadsden, a student at Parker High School, during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14478
2279.Police dog attacking Walter Gadsden, a student at Parker High School, during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14526
2280.Police dogs attacking a civil rights demonstrator during a protest in Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16793
2281.Police dogs attacking a civil rights demonstrator during a protest in Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16819
2282.Police escort at a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9286
2283.Police motorcycles and cars on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36287
2284.Police officer and three men restraining a civil rights demonstrator on the ground during a protest at Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16795
2285.Police officer arresting a civil rights demonstrator during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16676
2286.Police officer arresting a civil rights demonstrator during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16680
2287.Police officer arresting an African American man during a civil rights demonstration on 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19078
2288.Police officer blocking ministers leading marchers during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16792
2289.Police officer blocking ministers leading marchers during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16809
2290.Police officer leading a civil rights demonstrator down the street during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16717
2291.Police officer outside the Trailways station in Jackson, Mississippi, awaiting the arrival of the Freedom Riders from Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16245
2292.Police officer speaking to a young African American man during a civil rights demonstration in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16766
2293.Police officer speaking to civil rights demonstrators boycotting businesses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16271
2294.Police officer taking signs from adolescent civil rights demonstrators who had been marching down a sidewalk during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16328
2295.Police officer walking a dog down the center of the street during the Children's Campaign in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16232
2296.Police officer walking a dog outside the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama, after the arrival of the Freedom Riders. | XML | aar_amg_16375
2297.Police officers and dogs in Jackson, Mississippi, awaiting the arrival of the Freedom Riders from Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16329
2298.Police officers and fire fighters in the street at the intersection of 17th Street North and 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama, during the Children's Campaign. | XML | aar_amg_16390
2299.Police officers and two other men restraining a civil rights demonstrator on the ground during a protest at Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16784
2300.Police officers arresting a civil rights demonstrator during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16762
2301.Police officers arresting a civil rights demonstrator during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16898
2302.Police officers arresting a civil rights demonstrator during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16295
2303.Police officers arresting a civil rights demonstrator during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16319
2304.Police officers arresting a Freedom Rider after the group's arrival at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16339
2305.Police officers arresting a Freedom Rider after the group's arrival at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16389
2306.Police officers arresting an African American man during a civil rights demonstration on 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19129
2307.Police officers arresting an African American woman during a civil rights demonstration on 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19095
2308.Police officers arresting an African American woman during a civil rights demonstration on 6th Avenue North in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_19109
2309.Police officers arresting Catherine Burks Brooks after the Freedom Riders arrived at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16251
2310.Police officers arresting Charles Butler after the Freedom Riders arrived at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16233
2311.Police officers arresting Charles Butler after the Freedom Riders arrived at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16355
2312.Police officers arresting Charles Butler and John Lewis after the Freedom Riders arrived at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16269
2313.Police officers arresting Charles Butler and John Lewis after the Freedom Riders arrived at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16393
2314.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16757
2315.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16810
2316.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16253
2317.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16258
2318.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16273
2319.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16400
2320.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16423
2321.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16424
2322.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16430
2323.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16460
2324.Police officers arresting civil rights demonstrators during a protest march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16468
2325.Police officers arresting Lucretia Collins after the Freedom Riders arrived at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16351
2326.Police officers arresting Mattie Howard during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16237
2327.Police officers arresting Mattie Howard during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16380
2328.Police officers arresting Salynn McCollum after the Freedom Riders arrived at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16431
2329.Police officers arresting young civil rights demonstrators during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16254
2330.Police officers arresting young civil rights demonstrators during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16274
2331.Police officers arresting young civil rights demonstrators during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16403
2332.Police officers blocking an attempted night march from Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36202
2333.Police officers blocking an attempted night march from Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36211
2334.Police officers confronting African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16215
2335.Police officers confronting African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16265
2336.Police officers confronting African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16315
2337.Police officers confronting African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16370
2338.Police officers confronting African Americans engaged in a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16374
2339.Police officers escorting African Americans out after a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16309
2340.Police officers escorting African Americans out after a sit-in at either Lane Drugs or Tutwiler Drug in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16362
2341.Police officers in the street in front of the Carver Theatre during the Children's Campaign in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16324
2342.Police officers putting a young African American demonstrator in the backseat of a car. | XML | aar_amg_16708
2343.Police officers speaking to civil rights demonstrators boycotting businesses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16240
2344.Police officers speaking to civil rights demonstrators boycotting businesses in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16321
2345.Police officers standing outside a bus to prevent Freedom Riders from boarding at the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16294
2346.Police officers watching civil rights demonstrators from across the street in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16868
2347.Police pulling a man on a stretcher outside the Dirksen Federal Building on South Dearborn Street in Chicago, Illinois. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32195
2348.Police pulling a man on a stretcher outside the Dirksen Federal Building on South Dearborn Street in Chicago, Illinois. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32196
2349.Police pulling a man on a stretcher outside the Dirksen Federal Building on South Dearborn Street in Chicago, Illinois. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32197
2350.Policeman lighting a cigarette for Wilson Baker during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40732
2351.Policeman standing in front of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9271
2352.Policemen in front of Snellgrove Drug Company in Gadsden, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_16872
2353.Posy Lombard | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1475
2354.The press at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_181
2355.The press at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,181
2356.Press Release from the Citizens Freedom Rally Committee on March 25, 1966 | XML | aar_bcri_416
2357.The press, law enforcement officers, and others outside Foster Auditorium waiting for Governor George Wallace | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,180
2358.The press, law enforcement officers, and others outside Foster Auditorium waiting for Governor George Wallace. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_180
2359.Prince Powe | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1501
2360.Protester being carried away by the police during a sit-in on Dexter Avenue in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_245
2361.Protesters carrying signs at a demonstration against Patterson and segregation. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_4100
2362.Protestors at a rally held to support the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act outside the Mobile County courthouse in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67100
2363.Protestors at a rally held to support the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act outside the Mobile County courthouse in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67410
2364.Protestors at the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, during the voter registration campaign that began in December 1965. | XML | aar_amg_36035
2365.Protestors at the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, during the voter registration campaign that began in December 1965. | XML | aar_amg_36156
2366.Protestors at the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, during the voter registration campaign that began in December 1965. | XML | aar_amg_36162
2367.Protestors at the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, during the voter registration campaign that began in December 1965. | XML | aar_amg_36201
2368.Protestors at the Jefferson County courthouse in Birmingham, Alabama, during the voter registration campaign that began in December 1965. | XML | aar_amg_36316
2369.Public safety commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor signing payroll on the trunk of a car during the Children's Campaign in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16260
2370.Public safety commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor speaking to a reporter during the arrest of civil rights demonstrators in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16743
2371.Public safety commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor speaking to two African American men in front of M&F Record Suppliers in Birmingham, Alabama, during the Children's Campaign. | XML | aar_amg_16443
2372.Public safety commissioner Eugene "Bull" Connor speaking with other police officers during a civil rights demonstration at Kelly Ingram Park in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16704
2373.Rachel Esrick | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1423
2374.Rachel Findley | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1425
2375.Rachel West Nelson and other marchers in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61045
2376.Rachel West Nelson standing with several children during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60983
2377.Radio Service Co., INC. Receipt from March 5, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_204
2378.Rainier Seelig | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1516
2379.Ralph Abernathy and Martin Luther King Jr. during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40644
2380.Ralph Abernathy and Martin Luther King Jr. during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40976
2381.Ralph Abernathy and others leading prayer in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36097
2382.Ralph Abernathy and others, seated behind Martin Luther King Jr. during a civil rights meeting at a church in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16886
2383.Ralph Abernathy and others, seated behind Martin Luther King Jr. during a civil rights meeting at a church in Gadsden, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16768
2384.Ralph Abernathy getting out of a car, probably outside First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9092
2385.Ralph Abernathy leading a prayer in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36268
2386.Ralph Abernathy speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma to announce forthcoming civil rights demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_36090
2387.Ralph Abernathy speaking at a mass meeting at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36294
2388.Ralph Abernathy with his wife and daughter on the porch of their home in Montgomery, Alabama, after it was bombed. | XML | aar_amg_14169
2389.Ralph Abernathy, Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Jr., Floyd McKissick, and other marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37163
2390.Ralph Abernathy, James Forman, Martin Luther King Jr., and Jesse Douglas at a civil rights march in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36022
2391.Ralph Bunche, Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King at Court Square in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, approaching the Capitol at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40751
2392.Ralph David Abernathy | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1548
2393.Ralph Lee Hassinger | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1627
2394.Ralph Worrell and John Nettles leaving a court-ordered meeting between Southern Christian Leadership Conference members and former members of the Ku Klux Klan in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59662
2395.Raymond Jenkins | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1462
2396.Remains of the bus bombed during an attack on the Freedom Riders in Anniston, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16314
2397.Remains of the bus bombed during an attack on the Freedom Riders in Anniston, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16322
2398.Remains of the bus bombed during an attack on the Freedom Riders in Anniston, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16326
2399.Remains of the bus bombed during an attack on the Freedom Riders in Anniston, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16359
2400.Replicas of caskets memorializing civil rights martyrs in the bed of a pickup truck parked outside a wooden building in rural Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45248
2401.Report on Montgomery on April 4, 1965 (Cover) | XML | aar_bcri_228
2402.Report on Montgomery on April 4, 1965 Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_230
2403.Report on Montgomery on April 4, 1965 Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_229
2404.Report on Montgomery on April 4, 1965 Pg. 3 | XML | aar_bcri_231
2405.Report on Montgomery on April 4, 1965 Pg. 4 | XML | aar_bcri_232
2406.Report on Montgomery on April 4, 1965 Pg. 5 | XML | aar_bcri_233
2407.Reporter sitting at typewriter inside press room, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,215
2408.Reporter sitting at typewriter inside press room, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_215
2409.Reporters at typewriters inside the press room, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,219
2410.Reporters at typewriters inside the press room, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_219
2411.Reporters crowding around Martin Luther King Jr. and other marchers in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40801
2412.Reporters crowding around Martin Luther King Jr. and other marchers in Montgomery, Alabama, on the final day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40989
2413.Reporters surround Vivian Malone and James Hood in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,197
2414.Reporters surround Vivian Malone and James Hood in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_197
2415.Reservation Notes | XML | aar_bcri_70
2416.Rev. Author A. Robinson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1699
2417.Rev. Jesse Douglas standing at a microphone at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12258
2418.Rev. Jesse Douglas standing at a microphone at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12259
2419.Rev. Jesse Douglas standing at a microphone at Holt Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12260
2420.Richard Baldwin | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1398
2421.Richard Boone being arrested a during civil rights demonstration, probably at Bailey's Tabernacle CME Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36951
2422.Richard Boone being arrested a during civil rights demonstration, probably at Bailey's Tabernacle CME Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37025
2423.Richard Boone in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood of Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_40761
2424.Richard Boone speaking to Albert Turner during a meeting at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10141
2425.Richard Boone speaking to an audience at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12794
2426.Richard Boone speaking to an audience at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12796
2427.Richard Boone standing behind a podium after speaking to an audience at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12797
2428.Richard Charles Boone | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1563
2429.Richard David Quinn | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1689
2430.Richard Galbraith Cheffey | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1580
2431.Richard Lee Haley | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1617
2432.Richard Price, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1502
2433.Robb Burlage | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1573
2434.Robert B. Talbert | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1739
2435.Robert Chester Ellickson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1598
2436.Robert E. Weil | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1754
2437.Robert Edward Chambliss | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_318
2438.Robert Edward Chambliss mug shot after being arrested for murder in 16th Street Baptist Church bombing. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_317
2439.Robert F. Barber | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1399
2440.Robert Gilliard and P. H. Lewis presenting a list of recommendations to Mayor Robert Doyle after allegations of police brutality in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59622
2441.Robert Hunter Morey | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1672
2442.Robert J. Allison | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1393
2443.Robert J. Dannenburg | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1419
2444.Robert L. Carter presenting a newspaper as evidence during the NAACP hearing before Judge Walter B. Jones. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17296
2445.Robert L. Carter, chief council for the NAACP, testifying on the stand before Judge Walter B. Jones. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17293
2446.Robert L. Judkins, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1468
2447.Robert Lee Seals | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1719
2448.Robert Louis Richardson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1696
2449.Robert Osce Perrow | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1684
2450.Robert Stadler Schwarz | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1514
2451.Robert Thomas Johnson | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1636
2452.Robert Vandiver Stone | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1733
2453.Robert Washington Johnston | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1635
2454.Roger Carroll Banker Daly | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1589
2455.Ronyl Jean Stewart | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1731
2456.Rosa Parks and Mayor Johnny Ford displaying her birthday cake on Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59631
2457.Rosa Parks and Morris Dees beside the Civil Rights Memorial at the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_19910
2458.Rosa Parks at the annual meeting of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67347
2459.Rosa Parks autographing programs on her 75th birthday at Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59580
2460.Rosa Parks celebrating her 75th birthday at Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59639
2461.Rosa Parks celebrating her 75th birthday at Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59641
2462.Rosa Parks celebrating her 75th birthday at Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59649
2463.Rosa Parks on her 75th birthday at Rosa Parks Day in Tuskegee, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59542
2464.Rosa Parks, Jesse Jackson, and Coretta Scott King at the annual meeting of the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_67279
2465.Roy Eugene Allen | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1553
2466.Roy James | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1634
2467.Roy Wilkins | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1756
2468.Roy Wilkins arriving at the airport in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59623
2469.Roy Wilkins on the last day of the Selma to Montgomery March, possible at the City of St. Jude campsite in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40782
2470.Ruby Lee Harris | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1441
2471.Ruby Nell Sales | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1509
2472.Russell Wimberly | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1541
2473.Sammy Davis Jr. performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40859
2474.Sammy Davis Jr. performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41061
2475.Sammy Davis Jr. performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41106
2476.Sammy Davis Jr., Harry Belafonte, and probably Billy Eckstine performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40661
2477.Sammy Davis Jr., Harry Belafonte, Billy Eckstine, and Nipsey Russell performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40640
2478.Sammy Davis Jr., Harry Belafonte, Billy Eckstine, and Nipsey Russell performing at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40779
2479.Samuel Curtis Shirah, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1721
2480.Scene at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, after civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by Alabama state troopers and Dallas County deputies on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59544
2481.Scene at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, after civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by Alabama state troopers and Dallas County deputies on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59565
2482.Scene at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, after civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by Alabama state troopers and Dallas County deputies on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59606
2483.Scene at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, after civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by Alabama state troopers and Dallas County deputies on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59692
2484.Scene at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, after civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by Alabama state troopers and Dallas County deputies on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_59701
2485.Scene at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, after civil rights marchers were beaten by Alabama state troopers and Dallas County deputies on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36041
2486.Scene at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, after civil rights marchers were beaten by Alabama state troopers and Dallas County deputies on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36263
2487.Scottsboro Boys A Trial Which Defined an Age | XML | aar_lessons_63
2488.Segregation in the South | XML | aar_lessons_155
2489.Selma to Montgomery March collection | XML | aar_selma
2490.Selma to Montgomery marchers at the City of Saint Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, before the last leg of the march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8310
2491.Selma to Montgomery marchers congregating. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8301
2492.Selma to Montgomery marchers congregating. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8308
2493.Selma to Montgomery marchers congregating. | XML | aar_selma_8301
2494.Selma to Montgomery marchers congregating. | XML | aar_selma_photo,8308
2495.Selma to Montgomery marchers in front of the Capitol at 1:25 p.m. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8309
2496.Selma to Montgomery marchers in front of the Capitol at 1:25 p.m. | XML | aar_selma_photo,8309
2497.Selma to Montgomery marchers in front of the Capitol. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8302
2498.Selma to Montgomery marchers in front of the Capitol. | XML | aar_selma_8302
2499.Selma to Montgomery marchers in Montgomery. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_8303
2500.Selma to Montgomery marchers in Montgomery. | XML | aar_selma_8303
2501.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers along U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_240
2502.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers along U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_246
2503.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers along U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_247
2504.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_251
2505.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_253
2506.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers in front of the Capitol on Dexter Avenue in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_252
2507.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers moving toward the steps of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_6269
2508.Selma-to-Montgomery marchers resting at night. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_254
2509.Seminar Notes | XML | aar_bcri_66
2510.Senator John C. Stennis speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14866
2511.Senator John C. Stennis speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14867
2512.Senator John C. Stennis speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15830
2513.Senator John C. Stennis speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15831
2514.Senator John C. Stennis speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15832
2515.Senator Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11560
2516.Senator Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11591
2517.Senator Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11995
2518.Senator Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11997
2519.Senator Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11998
2520.Senator Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, looking through a book while listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11934
2521.Senators George Murphy, Jacob Javits, and Joseph Clark of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15801
2522.Senators George Murphy, Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11559
2523.Senators George Murphy, Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11933
2524.Senators George Murphy, Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11937
2525.Senators George Murphy, Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11999
2526.Senators George Murphy, Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15803
2527.Senators George Murphy, Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15848
2528.Senators George Murphy, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15813
2529.Senators George Murphy, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15834
2530.Senators Jacob Javits and Joseph Clark of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15853
2531.Senators Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11594
2532.Senators Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14868
2533.Senators Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14886
2534.Senators Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15823
2535.Senators Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15824
2536.Senators Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15828
2537.Senators Jacob Javits, Joseph Clark, and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15833
2538.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11561
2539.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11589
2540.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11590
2541.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11592
2542.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11593
2543.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11935
2544.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11936
2545.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_11938
2546.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15814
2547.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15815
2548.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15816
2549.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15817
2550.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15818
2551.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15819
2552.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15820
2553.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15821
2554.Senators Joseph Clark and Robert F. Kennedy of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, listening to testimony during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15822
2555.Seth David Ryan | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1709
2556.Several people assisting Amelia Boynton after she and other civil rights marchers were beaten and gassed by state troopers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59573
2557.Sewing a Quilt | XML | aar_lessons_174
2558.Shelley Winters getting off a bus at the "Stars for Freedom" rally at the City of St. Jude in Montgomery, Alabama, the night before the end of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40720
2559.Sheriff Jim Clark and other law enforcement officers during a voting rights demonstration at the Dallas County courthouse in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36300
2560.Sheriff Jim Clark attempting to arrest or remove C. T. Vivian from the steps of the Dallas County courthouse during a voting rights demonstration in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36029
2561.Sheriff Jim Clark speaking to "Freedom Day" marchers at the Dallas County Courthouse in Selma, Alabama, during a voting rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_36101
2562.Sheriff Jim Clark speaking to marchers at the Dallas County Courthouse during a voting rights demonstration in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36315
2563.Sheriff Jim Clark talking to C. T. Vivian on the steps of the Dallas County courthouse during a voting rights demonstration in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36145
2564.Sheriff Jim Clark talking to C. T. Vivian on the steps of the Dallas County courthouse during a voting rights demonstration in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36292
2565.Shorthand Notes Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_75
2566.Shorthand Notes Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_76
2567.Sign advertising a campaign drive by the NAACP. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_3864
2568.Sign: "U of A Students Main Campus Closed Go to Northington Campus Gym for Identification." | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_207
2569.Sign: "U of A Students Main Campus Closed Go to Northington Campus Gym for Identification." | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,207
2570.Silas Norman, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1675
2571.Simuel Brent Schutz, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1513
2572.Sinclair V. Jeter, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1464
2573.Sit-in protest on Dexter Avenue in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_174
2574.Sit-in protest on Dexter Avenue in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_242
2575.Sit-in protest on Dexter Avenue in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_250
2576.Small group watching a rally of the Ku Klux Klan from the steps of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9036
2577.Small group watching a rally of the Ku Klux Klan from the steps of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9037
2578.Small group watching a rally of the Ku Klux Klan from the steps of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9466
2579.Solomon Perry | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1498
2580.Solomon Seay, Jr., speaking to an elderly white woman at a conference in Montgomery, Alabama, sponsored by the Fellowship of the Concerned, the Southern Regional Council, and the Alabama Council on Human Relations. | XML | aar_peppler_14606
2581.Sonny Callahan speaking at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45195
2582.Sonny Callahan speaking at the funeral of civil rights activist John LeFlore at Big Zion AME Church in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45235
2583.Southern Christian Leadership Conference Flyer | XML | aar_bcri_353
2584.Southern Typewriter and Business Receipt from August 9, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_297
2585.Spectators lining the side of the road, watching the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36113
2586.Spider Martin photographing himself with the crowd on Dexter Avenue in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41018
2587.Standard Duplicating Machines Agency Invoice from July 30, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_214
2588.Stanley Leroy Wise | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1759
2589.State trooper at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,186
2590.State trooper at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_186
2591.State trooper cars on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36171
2592.State trooper watching a woman who was knocked down during the attack on civil rights marchers on Bloody Sunday in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_59684
2593.State troopers behind barricade with "street closed" sign, Tuscaloosa, Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,203
2594.State troopers behind barricade with "street closed" sign, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_203
2595.State troopers blocking civil rights marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36036
2596.State troopers blocking civil rights marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36166
2597.State troopers blocking civil rights marchers on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36298
2598.State troopers carrying an injured woman on a stretcher after the Bloody Sunday attach in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36108
2599.State troopers on the University of Alabama campus | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo-179
2600.State troopers on the University of Alabama campus. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_179
2601.Statement by the Board of Trustees of the Birmingham Unitarian Church | XML | aar_bcri_224
2602.Stephen Hal Hancock | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1619
2603.Stokely Carmichael | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1574
2604.Stokely Carmichael addressing the crowd in front of the capitol in Jackson, Mississippi, at the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37012
2605.Strange Fruit Lynching in America | XML | aar_lessons_64
2606.Street in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, during a parade at a Ku Klux Klan rally. | XML | aar_peppler_9270
2607.Street signs at the intersection of Northwest Rosa Parks Plaza and West Martin L. King Highway. | XML | aar_amg_59685
2608.Stuart Haskell | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1442
2609.Student marchers on Lauderdale Street protesting efforts to prevent voter registration in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36251
2610.Student meeting on the campus of Alabama State College following the sit-down demonstration at the Courthouse Grill in Montgomery, Alabama | XML | aar_malden_photo,4974
2611.Student meeting on the campus of Alabama State College following the sit-down demonstration at the Courthouse Grill in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_34478
2612.Students from Alabama State College on a protest march down Washington Avenue, on the south side of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_3709
2613.Students participating in a voter registration march in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40825
2614.Sue Saugstad | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1510
2615.Suggestion Notes | XML | aar_bcri_73
2616.Sullivan and Jean Jackson in the living room of their home on Lapsley Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60949
2617.Sullivan and Jean Jackson reviewing photographs and documents in the living room of their home on Lapsley Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61072
2618.Sullivan Jackson standing on the steps of his home on Lapsley Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_60960
2619.Sworn Citizen's Statement From George Benjamin Sr. | XML | aar_bcri_221
2620.Sworn Citizen's Statement From Mose Leonard Jr. | XML | aar_bcri_219
2621.Sworn Citizen's Statement From Willie James | XML | aar_bcri_220
2622.Synopsis of the Caliph Washington Case Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_408
2623.Synopsis of the Caliph Washington Case Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_409
2624.T. Y. Rogers at a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_15437
2625.T. Y. Rogers speaking with police chief William Manable and police commissioner George K. Ryan after a civil rights meeting at Bailey's Tabernacle CME Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37171
2626.T. Y. Rogers speaking with to a reporter after a civil rights meeting at Bailey's Tabernacle CME Church in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36988
2627.Tear gas rising at the foot of the Edmund Pettus Bridge in Selma, Alabama, on Bloody Sunday. | XML | aar_amg_36124
2628.Television cameramen set up outside the courthouse during the trial of Martin Luther King, Jr., in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17266
2629.Television cameramen set up outside the courthouse during the trial of Martin Luther King, Jr., in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_17270
2630.Theophilus Smith standing outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12772
2631.Theophilus Smith standing outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12773
2632.Theophilus Smith standing outside Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_13053
2633.Thomas Berry | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1403
2634.Thomas Gilmore speaking to an audience at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12798
2635.Thomas Gilmore speaking to an audience at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12799
2636.Thomas Gilmore speaking to an audience at First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12800
2637.Thomas McDade | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1488
2638.Thomas O'Dell King | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1646
2639.Thomas Randall Kendrick | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1643
2640.Thomas Rodgers Lichten | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1654
2641.Three Klansmen posing for a photograph on the steps of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9276
2642.Three Klansmen posing for a photograph on the steps of the Capitol during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9277
2643.Three men walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,190
2644.Three men walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_190
2645.Three people inside a car, taking pictures of a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9455
2646.Three policemen watching marchers in Montgomery during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5584
2647.Tommy Lee Randle | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1691
2648.Transportation Segregation Laws of the early 1900's | XML | aar_lessons_125
2649.Trash at the airport in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_267
2650.Troopers in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,213
2651.Troopers in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_213
2652.Troopers with a car near Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,216
2653.Troopers with a car near Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_216
2654.Truck carrying portable toilets for marchers during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_36181
2655.Truck carrying portable toilets parked by Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36051
2656.Truck carrying portable toilets parked by Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36172
2657.Truck carrying toilets during the Selma-to-Montgomery march on U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_265
2658.Two African American boys at a produce stand, watching participants in the March Against Fear near Senatobia, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_40641
2659.Two African American men carrying a replica of a casket bearing the name of Virgil Ware out of a wooden building in rural Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45196
2660.Two African American women carrying a replica of a casket bearing the name of John Wesley Coley out of a wooden building in rural Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45176
2661.Two Different African American Visions Du Bois and Washington | XML | aar_lessons_67
2662.Two Klansmen at car during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9459
2663.Two Klansmen at car during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9460
2664.Two Klansmen holding a burning banner at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9221
2665.Two Klansmen holding a burning banner at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9222
2666.Two Klansmen holding a burning banner at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9269
2667.Two Klansmen in a car at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9505
2668.Two Klansmen in a pickup truck at a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9507
2669.Two law enforcement officers on U.S. Highway 80 in Selma, Alabama, on Turnaround Tuesday. | XML | aar_amg_36067
2670.Two men at a water truck during the Selma-to-Montgomery march on U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_264
2671.Two men in a crowd in downtown Eutaw, Alabama, standing in front of Perkins Barber Shop and the Eutaw Beauty Salon. | XML | aar_peppler_8352
2672.Two men in an audience, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10534
2673.Two men standing beside the street near the end of the March Against Fear in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_amg_37214
2674.Two Montgomery policemen standing in the street during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_malden_photo,5586
2675.Two Montgomery policemen standing in the street during the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_5586
2676.Two women and a man talking in front of the Capitol in downtown Montgomery, Alabama, at the end of the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_263
2677.Two women sleeping on the floor at the airport in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_256
2678.Two women sleeping on the floor at the airport in Montgomery, Alabama, during the Selma-to-Montgomery march. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_261
2679.Two young African American men at Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, possibly on Bloody Sunday (March 7). | XML | aar_amg_36096
2680.Two young men in the audience listening to testimony before the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty, during a hearing at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15802
2681.Two young women in the audience during a program at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12282
2682.U.S. Army jeep with soldiers, Tuscaloosa, Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,208
2683.U.S. Army jeep with soldiers, Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_208
2684.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12500
2685.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12501
2686.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12502
2687.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12503
2688.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar, seated beside the podium at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12493
2689.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar, seated beside the podium at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12494
2690.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar, speaking with several men while standing behind the podium at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12495
2691.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar, speaking with several men while standing behind the podium at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12496
2692.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar, speaking with several men while standing behind the podium at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12497
2693.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar, standing beside the podium at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12498
2694.U.S. Assistant Attorney General John Doar, standing beside the podium at a meeting of the Alabama Council on Human Relations at the Jefferson Davis Hotel in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12499
2695.U.S. Deputy Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach at the University of Alabama in Huntsville, on the day Dave Mack McGlathery enrolled as the first African American student at the school. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_32707
2696.U.S. senatorial candidate John L. LeFlore voting at Ward 10 on Davis Avenue in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45164
2697.U.S. senatorial candidate John L. LeFlore voting at Ward 10 on Davis Avenue in Mobile, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45180
2698.Unidentifiable building among trees, Tuscaloosa, Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,209
2699.Unita Blackwell speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15804
2700.Unita Blackwell speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_15805
2701.Unitarian Church of Birmingham, Alabama Program (back) | XML | aar_bcri_227
2702.Unitarian Church of Birmingham, Alabama Program (front) | XML | aar_bcri_225
2703.Unitarian Church of Birmingham, Alabama Program (inside) | XML | aar_bcri_226
2704.United Klans of America pennant taped to a car window during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9042
2705.University of Alabama integration photographs | XML | aar_wallaceua
2706.USPD Stamp | XML | aar_bcri_199
2707.Vera Mae Hamilton | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1448
2708.Vicksburg police officers and dogs in Jackson, Mississippi, awaiting the arrival of the Freedom Riders from Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16226
2709.View from the second floor of the Capitol in Montgomery, Alabama, at the conclusion of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40953
2710.View from the side entrance of 16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_315
2711.Virginia Durr and other women, seated in the audience at Holt Street Baptist Church. | XML | aar_peppler_12255
2712.Vivian [sic] Leight Franklin | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1606
2713.Vivian Malone and James Hood taking questions at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,206
2714.Vivian Malone and James Hood taking questions at Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_206
2715.Vivian Malone arriving at Foster Auditorium | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,201
2716.Vivian Malone arriving at Foster Auditorium. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_201
2717.Vivian Malone in car (mostly blocked by thumb) | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,202
2718.Vivian Malone in car (mostly blocked by thumb). | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_202
2719.Vivian Malone leaving Foster Auditorium at the University of Alabama after registering for classes. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_200
2720.Vivian Malone walking to Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,200
2721.Vivian Malone, James Hood and others in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,199
2722.Vivian Malone, James Hood and others in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_199
2723.Vivian Malone, speaking into a microphone, and James Hood in front of Foster Auditorium | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,205
2724.Vivian Malone, speaking into a microphone, and James Hood in front of Foster Auditorium. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_205
2725.Voter Registration Prior to the Voting Rights Act of 1965 | XML | aar_lessons_173
2726.Voting Rights for African-Americans | XML | aar_lessons_153
2727.W.E.B. Du Bois Booker T Washington and Jim Crow Lesson | XML | aar_lessons_68
2728.Wallace speaking in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,212
2729.Wallace speaking in front of Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_212
2730.Walter Gadsden, a student at Parker High School, after being attacked by police dogs during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14185
2731.Walter Gadsden, a student at Parker High School, after being attacked by police dogs during a civil rights demonstration in downtown Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14331
2732.Walter Hall Lively | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1659
2733.Wendell H. Paris | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1496
2734.Wendell Wallach | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1528
2735.Wendell Wilkis [sic] Wilkerson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1536
2736.What Makes an Olympian? | XML | aar_lessons_184
2737.What's Going On? The Selma-to-Montgomery March | XML | aar_lessons_176
2738.What's Your Story? | XML | aar_lessons_161
2739.White and African American protesters carrying signs at a demonstration against Patterson and segregation. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_4101
2740.White and African American protesters carrying signs at a demonstration against Patterson and segregation. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_4102
2741.White bystanders in Senatobia, Mississippi, observing the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_40653
2742.White bystanders in Senatobia, Mississippi, observing the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_40945
2743.White male (without a shirt) participating in the Selma-to-Montgomery march on U.S. Highway 80. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_266
2744.Whitney M. Young Jr., Walter Reuther, Ralph Abernathy, Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Jr., Floyd McKissick, and other marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37090
2745.Whitney M. Young Jr., Walter Reuther, Ralph Abernathy, Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Jr., Floyd McKissick, and other marchers in Jackson, Mississippi, near the end of the March Against Fear begun by James Meredith. | XML | aar_amg_37220
2746.Wiley Bolden speaking to a crowd at the Mobile County courthouse Mobile, Alabama, during a rally held to support the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67148
2747.Wiley Bolden speaking to a crowd at the Mobile County courthouse Mobile, Alabama, during a rally held to support the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67364
2748.Wiley Bolden speaking to a crowd at the Mobile County courthouse Mobile, Alabama, during a rally held to support the reauthorization of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67480
2749.Wilfred Ralph | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1690
2750.William Charles Branche | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1566
2751.William Dennis Ware | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1532
2752.William Edward (Bill) Roth | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1706
2753.William Epton | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1599
2754.William Harold Jenkins | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1463
2755.William Henry Sanders | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1712
2756.William Hunt | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1455
2757.William L. Griffin | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1615
2758.William M. Branch speaking to an audience in a church building, probably First Baptist Church in Eutaw, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9903
2759.William Maurice Cornish | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1586
2760.William Simon Light | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1655
2761.William Stuart House | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1449
2762.William W. Haygood | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1438
2763.William Walter Hansen, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1621
2764.Willie Ben Ludden, Jr. | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1662
2765.Willie Emma Scott | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1718
2766.Willie Floyd Ricks | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1697
2767.Willie James Johnson | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1466
2768.Willie Lawrence McCray | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1668
2769.Willie Marion Bolden | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1561
2770.Willie Vaughn | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1526
2771.Willis Leon Williams | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1540
2772.Wilson Baker and C. T. Vivian during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45204
2773.Wilson Baker and C. T. Vivian talking during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45238
2774.Wilson Baker and C. T. Vivian talking to reporters during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45230
2775.Wilson Baker and civil rights demonstrators at a wooden barricade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45160
2776.Wilson Baker and Mayor Joe Smitherman in front of a police blockade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40784
2777.Wilson Baker and Mayor Joe Smitherman in front of a police blockade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40847
2778.Wilson Baker and Mayor Joe Smitherman smoking cigarettes during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40883
2779.Wilson Baker and police officers on Sylvan Street in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations in Selma, Alabama, . | XML | aar_amg_45250
2780.Wilson Baker, a policeman, and a prisoner erecting a wooden barricade on Sylvan Street in Selma, Alabama, during the "Berlin Wall" demonstrations. | XML | aar_amg_45154
2781.Wilson Baker, city director of public safety, speaking to civil rights demonstrators attempting a night march from Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_36239
2782.Windy Weiss | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1534
2783.Wolf Mathison | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1481
2784.Woman and children watching the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61040
2785.Woman and young men in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9235
2786.Woman carrying a Confederate flag in a parade during a Ku Klux Klan rally in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9512
2787.Woman carrying a protest sign during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61088
2788.Woman holding a baby, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak at a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9349
2789.Woman holding the corner of an SCLC banner during the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61062
2790.Woman listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_10872
2791.Woman listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak in a church building in Greenville, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9555
2792.Woman outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama | XML | aar_wallaceua_photo,184
2793.Woman outside Foster Auditorium, University of Alabama. | XML | aar_alabamaphoto_184
2794.Woman picketing to protest workplace discrimination at the Birmingham News and Birmingham Post-Herald in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_45272
2795.Woman seated at a table during a program at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12286
2796.Woman singing before an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12975
2797.Woman singing before an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12976
2798.Woman singing before an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12980
2799.Woman sitting in an audience at Maggie Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10142
2800.Woman speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14873
2801.Woman speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14874
2802.Woman speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14875
2803.Woman speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14876
2804.Woman speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14878
2805.Woman speaking at a hearing of the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14884
2806.Woman speaking from the steps of Brown Chapel AME Church in Selma, Alabama, during the 20th anniversary commemoration of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_61091
2807.Woman speaking to an audience at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12270
2808.Woman speaking to Senator Jacob Javitz before or after a hearing held by the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14864
2809.Woman speaking to Senator Jacob Javitz before or after a hearing held by the Senate Subcommittee on Employment, Manpower, and Poverty at the Heidelberg Hotel in Jackson, Mississippi. | XML | aar_peppler_14865
2810.Woman standing in a crowd beside the coat closet at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12977
2811.Woman standing in the audience during a program at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12274
2812.Woman standing in the audience during a program at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12275
2813.Women and young child in a church building in Greenville, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10863
2814.Women and young child in a church building in Greenville, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10864
2815.Women and young child in a church building in Greenville, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10865
2816.Women of the Civil Rights Movement | XML | aar_lessons_69
2817.Women standing around Coretta Scott King at Hall Street Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_12978
2818.Women's International League For Peace and Freedom Report Pg. 1 | XML | aar_bcri_354
2819.Women's International League For Peace and Freedom Report Pg. 2 | XML | aar_bcri_355
2820.Women's International League For Peace and Freedom Suggested Reading | XML | aar_bcri_358
2821.Worth W. Long | XML | aar_civildisturb1_1476
2822.Worth Westinghouse Long | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1660
2823.The Wrong Side of History How One Group Justified Its Opposition to the Freedom Riders | XML | aar_lessons_65
2824.Wyatt Tee Walker | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1749
2825.Young African American man carrying an American flag on U.S. Highway 80 on the second day of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_40988
2826.Young African American man picketing on a sidewalk in downtown Selma, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_18992
2827.Young African American man picketing on a sidewalk in downtown Selma, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_19085
2828.Young African American man picketing outside the Dallas County courthouse in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37154
2829.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37038
2830.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37083
2831.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37114
2832.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37123
2833.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37128
2834.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37147
2835.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37152
2836.Young African Americans boarding a bus after being arrested for civil rights demonstrations in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37197
2837.Young African Americans in jail after being arrested during civil rights demonstrations in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37117
2838.Young African Americans in jail after being arrested during civil rights demonstrations in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37169
2839.Young African Americans kneeling on a sidewalk in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_37004
2840.Young African Americans kneeling on a sidewalk in the George Washington Carver Homes neighborhood in Selma, Alabama, during a civil rights demonstration. | XML | aar_amg_37052
2841.Young boy standing and yawning in a church building in Greenville, Alabama, probably listening to Martin Luther King, Jr., speak. | XML | aar_peppler_10861
2842.Young boys participating in the March Against Fear in Hernando, Mississippi, the day after James Meredith was shot. | XML | aar_amg_41052
2843.Young boys participating in the March Against Fear in Hernando, Mississippi, the day after James Meredith was shot. | XML | aar_amg_41068
2844.Young civil rights demonstrators loading bus in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_37026
2845.Young civil rights demonstrators lying and sleeping on the ground in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40748
2846.Young civil rights demonstrators lying and sleeping on the ground in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_40938
2847.Young civil rights demonstrators lying on a sidewalk after being stopped by police during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16304
2848.Young civil rights demonstrators lying on a sidewalk after being stopped by police during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16434
2849.Young civil rights demonstrators marching down the sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama | XML | aar_amg_16683
2850.Young civil rights demonstrators marching down the sidewalk in downtown Gadsden, Alabama | XML | aar_amg_16906
2851.Young civil rights demonstrators pointing at the fire fighters who had sprayed them with a hose in Kelly Ingram Park during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16259
2852.Young civil rights demonstrators seated at the side of the street during a protest in downtown Gadsden, Alabama | XML | aar_amg_16740
2853.Young civil rights demonstrators speaking at a press conference at the Gaston Motel during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16300
2854.Young civil rights demonstrators speaking at a press conference at the Gaston Motel during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16461
2855.Young civil rights demonstrators speaking at a press conference at the Gaston Motel during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16462
2856.Young civil rights demonstrators stopped by police during the Children's Crusade in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16327
2857.Young girl participating in the 20th anniversary reenactment of the Selma to Montgomery March, probably in rural Dallas or Lowndes County, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_61049
2858.Young man sitting in a chair behind Martin Luther King, who is speaking to a crowd at Tabernacle Baptist Church in Selma, Alabama. | XML | aar_peppler_9132
2859.Young white woman at a rest stop along the route of the Selma to Montgomery March. | XML | aar_amg_41011
2860.Young woman in a wheelchair at the hospital after an attack on the Freedom Riders in Anniston, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16427
2861.Young woman in the back of a police car after participating at a sit-in demonstration in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_14552
2862.Young woman outside Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Hayneville, Alabama, during the first anniversary celebration of the Lowndes County Christian Movement. | XML | aar_peppler_10847
2863.Young woman outside Mt. Moriah Baptist Church in Hayneville, Alabama, during the first anniversary celebration of the Lowndes County Christian Movement. | XML | aar_peppler_10848
2864.Young woman, possibly a Freedom Rider, reading the an issue of the Birmingham News in the waiting area of the Greyhound station in Birmingham, Alabama. | XML | aar_amg_16394
2865.Yvonne Kennedy, Joe Reed, and Joseph Lowery marching in Mobile, Alabama, to support the reauthorization and extension of the Voting Rights Act. | XML | aar_amg_67463
2866.Zac Smith Stationary Co. Invoice from March 2, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_213
2867.Zac Smith Stationary Company Receipt from March 8, 1965 | XML | aar_bcri_218
2868.Zev Aelony | XML | aar_civildisturb2_1550