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Letter from Susan Paul, Boston, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 1, 1834

Letter from Susan Paul, Boston, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Ap...

Susan Paul relates to William Lloyd Garrison that the account published in the Liberator of the racial prejudice she experienced in the form of the "uncivil treatment we received from the drivers of the coaches... More

Letter from Susan Paul, Boston, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, April 1, 1834

Letter from Susan Paul, Boston, [Mass.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Ap...

Susan Paul relates to William Lloyd Garrison that the account published in the Liberator of the racial prejudice she experienced in the form of the "uncivil treatment we received from the drivers of the coaches... More

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Africa"

Jinnoowine [i.e. "genuine"] Johnson ticket. "Carrying the war into Afr...

An illustrated election ticket for the presidential campaign of 1836. Oddly, the ticket lists Ohio's Democratic electors for Van Buren while making a vicious and obscene slur on the wife of his running-mate Ri... More

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1839 August 25

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol regarding a conversation she had with John Scoble, who gave an account of the freed slaves in the West Indies and their former masters. She introduces Sarah M... More

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1839 August 25

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol regarding a conversation she had with John Scoble, who gave an account of the freed slaves in the West Indies and their former masters. She introduces Sarah M... More

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1839 August 25

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol regarding a conversation she had with John Scoble, who gave an account of the freed slaves in the West Indies and their former masters. She introduces Sarah M... More

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1839 August 25

Letter from Sarah Moore Grimkè, Fort Lee, to Elizabeth Pease Nichol, 1...

Sarah Moore Grimkè writes to Elizabeth Pease Nichol regarding a conversation she had with John Scoble, who gave an account of the freed slaves in the West Indies and their former masters. She introduces Sarah M... More

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson, 1840 [November] 26

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson...

Abby Kimber writes to George Thompson in regards to congratulating him on the woman's right movement in Scotland. She writes, "Our American ladies have been embroidering Harrison Bannery, and have presented the... More

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson, 1840 [November] 26

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson...

Abby Kimber writes to George Thompson in regards to congratulating him on the woman's right movement in Scotland. She writes, "Our American ladies have been embroidering Harrison Bannery, and have presented the... More

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson, 1840 [November] 26

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson...

Abby Kimber writes to George Thompson in regards to congratulating him on the woman's right movement in Scotland. She writes, "Our American ladies have been embroidering Harrison Bannery, and have presented the... More

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson, 1840 [November] 26

Letter from Abby Kimber, Kimberton, [Pennsylvania], to George Thompson...

Abby Kimber writes to George Thompson in regards to congratulating him on the woman's right movement in Scotland. She writes, "Our American ladies have been embroidering Harrison Bannery, and have presented the... More

Letter, New Bedford, [Massachusetts], to Deborah Weston, 1841 Jan[uary] 1

Letter, New Bedford, [Massachusetts], to Deborah Weston, 1841 Jan[uary...

W.C.C. writes to Deborah Weston in regards to an argument between her and her companion with a train conductor due to complaint that "our friend Borden" was ordered out of the car to sit in the "Jim Crow car." ... More

Letter from Theodore Parker to Francis Jackson, [1851] April 19

Letter from Theodore Parker to Francis Jackson, [1851] April 19

Theodore Parker writes to Francis Jackson in regards to a handbill that needs to be printed warning African Americans to beware of police officers due to the recent laws imposed in Boston concerning the Fugitiv... More

Brick Pomeroy's campaign smoking tobacco

Brick Pomeroy's campaign smoking tobacco

Tobacco label showing head-and-shoulders portrait of Marcus Mills Pomeroy, author, autographed with the legend "Thine for the right."

Terrible effect of my first bombshells in Boston

Terrible effect of my first bombshells in Boston

Eccentric George Francis Train addresses an anti-slavery audience of Henry Wilson, Charles Sumner and Gov. John A. Andrew of Massachusetts on the virtues and responsibilities of the "Superior race." Courtesy of... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1863 Feb[ruary] 14

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his domestic, parochial, and public affairs. He writes of the National Freedman's Relief Association's plans. When the American Civil War ends, he hope... More

Holy horror of Mrs. McCaffraty in a Washington City street passenger car

Holy horror of Mrs. McCaffraty in a Washington City street passenger c...

Cartoon showing an Irish woman, with a basket of produce, fish, and bottles of wine, and an African American woman riding in a street railroad car. Includes many advertisements. Title from item. Illus. in: Harp... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1869 Feb[ruary] 10

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Syracuse, [New York], to Mary Anne Estl...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his delay in response to her last letter because of his sickness. He thanks her for her opinions of friends in England and Scotland in regards to the v... More

Ku Klux Klan, Watertown Division 289 / Hart, photographer, Watertown, N.Y.

Ku Klux Klan, Watertown Division 289 / Hart, photographer, Watertown, ...

Photograph shows ten men posed seated and standing, wearing hats with "KKK" in large letters, and with a skull and bones arranged on the floor in front of them. Title from item. Purchase; Marian Carson; 2001; (... More

Our goddess of liberty

Our goddess of liberty

Print shows profile portraits of an Irish(?) woman, an African woman, a Native American woman, and an Asian woman surrounding a traditional image of Miss Liberty. Title continues: What is she to be? To what co... More

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Washington, District of Columbia, to Mary Anne Estlin, 1870 Feb[ruary] 17

Letter from Samuel Joseph May, Washington, District of Columbia, to Ma...

Samuel Joseph May writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to his travels the past few months. He is currently in Washington D.C. due to an invitation by a new Unitarian Church called "The Free National Church" to... More

Visit of the Ku-Klux / drawn by Frank Bellew.

Visit of the Ku-Klux / drawn by Frank Bellew.

African American woman cooking, man seated alongside, and three children, with man from Ku Klux Klan aiming rifle in doorway.

Laying the corner stone at Vicksburg / J.A. Wales.

Laying the corner stone at Vicksburg / J.A. Wales.

Cartoon showing a man, "white league," laying cornerstone, "extermination of the niggers," in front of crowd of skeletons, "resuscitated democracy," with capitol building in background flying flag of the Confed... More

Letter from F.J. Thompson, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin, 1877 January 8

Letter from F.J. Thompson, Bridgewater, [England], to Mary Anne Estlin...

F.J. Thompson writes to Mary Anne Estlin in regards to the discord among the "(previously) united order of Good Templars." He writes that the "cause of the discord is the refusal of the Order in some of the Sta... More

[Two cartoons: one showing clerk saying, "I am very sorry, but my orders are ...", and tourist saying, "Yesh, yesh, I know all about your orders; but how voz it dot you knowed i wozn't a Ghristian?" ; the other An Oirish opinion, showing Irish woman saying, "Faix, there's no gintlemen in time I ride in a car I'll walk, so I will."; on page of advertisements] / Woolly(?).

[Two cartoons: one showing clerk saying, "I am very sorry, but my orde...

Illus. in: Harper's weekly, 1877 July 28, p. 592.

Letter from Jane E. Metford, Birmingham, [England], to William Lloyd Garrison, July 15th [1878]

Letter from Jane E. Metford, Birmingham, [England], to William Lloyd G...

Jane Metford recounts her voyage home to England to William Lloyd Garrison, and thanks him for his kindness and hospitality displayed to herself and Miss Impey during their stay in Boston. Metford assures Garri... More

Letter from Elizabeth L. Palmer, New York, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Garrison, Feb[ruary] 21st 1879

Letter from Elizabeth L. Palmer, New York, [N.Y.], to William Lloyd Ga...

Elizabeth L. Palmer informs William Lloyd Garrison that his "clear, definite, dignified" appeal to the public "comes like a bugle call" amidst the "uncertain, indefinite protests" against the Chinese Exclusion ... More

Letter from George H. Hibbert, Pigeon Cove, Mass., to William Lloyd Garrison, March 26th 1879

Letter from George H. Hibbert, Pigeon Cove, Mass., to William Lloyd Ga...

George H. Hibbert informs William Lloyd Garrison that he recieved the package concerning the "Chinese question", and has returned it to Garrison. Hibbert states that he was engaged in a debate wherein he argued... More

Arbuckles Stores

Arbuckles Stores

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4097 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4097 ) .. Subject (TGM): Afro-Americans; Ethnic groups; Ethnic stereotypes; Racism; Satires (Visual ... More

Higgins German Laundry Soap

Higgins German Laundry Soap

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4580 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4580 ) .. Subject (TGM): Women; Mothers & children; Bathing; Wash tubs; Household soap; Ethnic group... More

Northrup, King & Co.'s Seeds

Northrup, King & Co.'s Seeds

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3423 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3423 ) .. Subject (TGM): Children eating & drinking; Fruit; Watermelons; Afro-Americans; Ethnic grou... More

C. H. Parker

C. H. Parker

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4613 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4613 ) .. Subject (TGM): Men; Children & adults; Children misbehaving; Ethnic groups; Ethnic stereot... More

Samuel Doll's Perfection Combination Coffee

Samuel Doll's Perfection Combination Coffee

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3227 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3227 ) .. Subject (TGM): Ethnic groups; Ethnic stereotypes; Racism; Afro-Americans; Cotton; Coffee; ... More

Arbuckle Bros.

Arbuckle Bros.

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4103 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4103 ) .. Subject (TGM): Ethnic groups; Afro-Americans; Ethnic stereotypes; Racism; Coffee industry;... More

F. E. Gardner's Reliable Furniture & Bedding

F. E. Gardner's Reliable Furniture & Bedding

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4661 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4661 ) .. Subject (TGM): Women; Infants; Fences; Caricatures; Ethnic stereotypes; Racism; Furniture ... More

American Starch Co.

American Starch Co.

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4535 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4535 ) .. Subject (TGM): Children & adults; Women domestics; Mothers & children; Afro-Americans; Eth... More

L. D. Surette & Co.

L. D. Surette & Co.

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4601 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,4601 ) .. Subject (TGM): Women; Women domestics; Children & adults; Governesses; Ethnic stereotypes;... More

Arbuckles Stores

Arbuckles Stores

Persistent URL: digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3920 ( http://digital.lib.muohio.edu/u?/tradecards,3920 ) .. Subject (TGM): Women; Women domestics; Afro-Americans; Ethnic groups; Ethnic stereotypes; ... More

"I'm feeling mighty blue"

"I'm feeling mighty blue"

Photograph illustrates a line from a song by Gene Jefferson entitled "Coon! Coon! Coon!" and shows two African American men standing in an alley. H5589 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item.

"They stopped and looked me over"

"They stopped and looked me over"

Photograph illustrates a line from a song by Gene Jefferson entitled "Coon! Coon! Coon!" and shows a couple pausing in a park as an African American man sits on a bench. H5596 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item.

"I had my face enameled"

"I had my face enameled"

Photograph illustrates a line from a song by Gene Jefferson entitled "Coon! Coon! Coon!" and shows an African American man having his face lightened. H5594 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item.

"Morning, night and noon"

"Morning, night and noon"

Photograph illustrates a line from a song by Gene Jefferson entitled "Coon! Coon! Coon!" and shows an African American man being pushed by a shopkeeper on a city street corner. H5598 U.S. Copyright Office. Titl... More

"I wish my color would fade"

"I wish my color would fade"

Photograph illustrates a line from a song by Gene Jefferson entitled "Coon! Coon! Coon!" and shows a couple sitting on a park bench as an African American man stares at them. H5597 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item.

Scene in canning factory showing a 7-year old girl who shucks 3 pots of oysters a day, and works regularly, and her 6-year old brother who helps some. Also a 11-year old boy who does six pots a day. Several others here under 12 years, but there were more last month. Mostly negro workers. The boss said "We keep only enough whites so we can control the negroes and keep them agoing." Lowden Canning Co. Location: Bluffton, South Carolina

Scene in canning factory showing a 7-year old girl who shucks 3 pots o...

Title from NCLC caption card. Attribution to Hine based on provenance. In album: Canneries. Hine no. 3294. Credit line: National Child Labor Committee collection, Library of Congress, Prints and Photographs Div... More

Go whar, Marse Howard?

Go whar, Marse Howard?

(DLC/PP-1934:0009). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The Trial of Jonathan Goode" by John Preston Buchanan, Scribner's magazine, 68:717 (Dec. 1920).

Protest der deutschen Frauen gegen die farbige Besatzung am Rhein / Riemer.

Protest der deutschen Frauen gegen die farbige Besatzung am Rhein / Ri...

Poster shows a African soldier seated on the one French side of the Rhine River; on the opposite side is a castle on a cliff. Text: German women protest the colored occupation of the Rhine.

Fire me! w'at you mean, chile?

Fire me! w'at you mean, chile?

(DLC/PP-1934:0009). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "The Trial of Jonathan Goode" by John Preston Buchanan, Scribner's magazine, 68:713 (Dec. 1920).

Minstrels

Minstrels

New Bedford, Massachusetts, photograph taken circa 1905, of "minstrels," members of the "Plymouth Club." The members shown are, front row, left to right: John S. Harrington, Frank Hurd, John McCullough, John Qu... More

Wamsutta Minstrels

Wamsutta Minstrels

New Bedford, Massachusetts, photograph taken in early April 1910 of the dress rehearsal for the minstrel show given by the Wamsutta Club that was on April 5 and 6, 1910. The photograph shows the "laugh getters"... More

"Dear Mr. President," Nashville, Tennessee, January or February 1942

"Dear Mr. President," Nashville, Tennessee, January or February 1942

Part of a series of recordings made by Charles Johnson and Lewis Jones, Nashville, Tennessee, January or February 1942. Contents: AFS 06442A, Blank; AFS 06442B, Interview and discussion led by Lewis Jones with ... More

Zoot suiters lined up outside Los Angeles jail en route to court after feud with sailors

Zoot suiters lined up outside Los Angeles jail en route to court after...

Title from item. Photo by Acme Newspictures, Inc. Forms part of: New York World-Telegram and the Sun Newspaper Photograph Collection (Library of Congress).

Klan show competes with Wallace talk

Klan show competes with Wallace talk

Group of Ku Klux Klan members with cross burning before them.

[Young boys harrassing the Baker family, the first African American family to move into the all white Delmar Village neighborhood of Folcroft, Pennsylvania]

[Young boys harrassing the Baker family, the first African American fa...

Title devised by Library staff. Caption on photograph: "Youngsters jeer as moving men tote possesions of the Horace Baker family up the steps of their new home in the formerly all-white Delmar Village developme... More

Angola -- another Vietnam : kick out South African apartheid, kick out U.S. racism and imperialism : support the MPLA