MLK speaking at Mason Temple, 1968.
A photograph of the first African American to serve as a governor, in the state of Louisiana. The photograph was taken by Carl C. Giers of Nashville, TN.
T.O. Jones, 3-6-68.
This photograph was given to Robert R. Church, Jr. It is signed on the front by W. C. Handy.
Marchers in front of garbage trucks.
Sanitation workers marching, 2-68.
Sanitation strikers at Democrat Road
Police with riot gear.
The photograph shows Southern Tenant Farmers' Union co-founder, H.L. Mitchell, third from left. Second from left is F.R. Betton, and on the left is Dorothy Mitchell.
Looking east on Beale.
On the outside of the photo frame is written "Bishop Thomas E. Demby 1st Colored Bishop in Episcopal Church was priest at Emmanuel Episcopal Church."
"arrested curfew violators wait for paddy wagon."
Strikers at land fill.
"Main Street before violence broke out"