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83.96.33
Maker: Arthur Rothstein
Title: Colored Balcony, Birmingham, Alabama, 1940
Date: 1940
Medium: Gelatin silver print
80.64.5
Maker: Robert Demachy
Title: Contrasts, n.d.
Medium: Offset lithograph
Robert Demachy
80.64.5
93.50
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Countdown to Eternity: Photographs of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the 1960's (portfolio)
Medium: Gelatin silver print
82.116.60
Maker: W. Eugene Smith
Title: Critically ill child about to receive blood transfusion from photographer Smith. The child later died.
Date: 1951
Medium: Gelatin silver print
83.109.8
Maker: Marion Palfi
Title: Delaware, Hockessin School
Date: ca. 1964
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Marion Palfi
83.109.8
83.102.23
Maker: Marion Palfi
Title: Democracy at Work
Date: 1944
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Marion Palfi
83.102.23
83.103.30
Maker: Marion Palfi
Title: Detroit
Date: 1946-1949
Medium: Gelatin silver print
Marion Palfi
83.103.30
93.50.8
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. Benjamin Spock, Dr. King, and Monsignor Rice of Pittsburgh march in the Solidarity Day Parade at the United Nations Building, April 15, 1967
Medium: Gelatin silver print
93.50.9
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. King addresses the New Politics Convention at the Chicago Coliseum, October, 1967. He spoke about the direction of the war in Vietnam, the beginnings of a better quality of life for all people, and the concept for "Resurrection City."
Date: 1967-10
Medium: Gelatin silver print
93.50.10
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. King at the pulpit of Ebenezer Baptist Church, Atlanta, addressing his congregation in November, 1967
Date: 1967-10
Medium: Gelatin silver print
93.50.6
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. King enjoys lunch with his family after church in Atlanta, ca. 1967
Date: ca. 1967
Medium: Gelatin silver print
93.50.4
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. King in his office at the Southern Christian Leadership Conference Headquarters in Atlanta. He is shown working on one of his speeches., ca. 1967
Date: ca. 1967
Medium: Gelatin silver print
93.50.7
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. King in the crowd at the United Nations, April 15, 1967
Date: 1967-04-15
Medium: Gelatin silver print
93.50.12
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. King's children view his body lying in state, Sisters' Chapel, Spellman College, Atlanta, April 6, 1968. Pictured are Yolanda, Berenice, and Martin Luther King III. Not pictured is Dexter Scott King.
Date: 1968-04-06
Medium: Gelatin silver print
93.50.1
Maker: Benedict J. Fernandez
Title: Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. addresses the crowd outside the United Nations, April 15, 1967. Flags from Dag Hammarskjold Plaza fly in the rear. Here he made his speech declaring the war in Vietnam a racist war before an estimated 500,000 people.
Date: 1967-04-15
Medium: Gelatin silver print
82.125.4
Maker: W. Eugene Smith
Title: Female Spokeswoman for White Superiority
Date: ca. 1951
Medium: Gelatin silver print