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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 Dr. John Parren Mitchell (far left), Dr. John E.T. Camper (second from left) and others. Douglass High School, 700-702 Baker Street, Baltimore. Photograph by Paul S. Henderson (1899-1988), circa July 1948. Note: Exhibited on-site in "Paul Henderson: Baltimore's Civil Rights Era in Photographs, ca. 1940-1960," February 2012.
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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