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Protest demonstration. Protesting segregated education and teacher training programs.
Subject:Educations, Schools, Baltimore (Md.), Street scenes, Politicians, Civil Rights, African American history, Photographs, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection, Paul Henderson
Creator:Henderson, Paul, 1899-1988
Description:Street scene. Protest demonstration. Protesting segregated education and teacher training programs. Shows men and women with NAACP signs. Douglass High School, 700-702 Baker Street, Baltimore. July 1948. Photograph by Paul S. Henderson (1899-1988), circa July 1948.
Date of Original:ca. 1948
Collection:Paul Henderson Photograph Collection, Baltimore City Life Museum Collection, Special Collections Department
Type/Size:Negative, 4 x 5 inch (10.16 x 12.7 cm)
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