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Untitled; Washington: Clad in blue denims, Rev. Ralph Abernathy (center) uses a hammer to help with the erection of the first shack on “Resurrection City” here 5/13. The plywood and canvas encampment will be the home of about 3,000 participants in the Poor People’s Campaign during their stay in the nation’s captial.

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Untitled; Washington: Clad in blue denims, Rev. Ralph Abernathy (center) uses a hammer to help with the erection of the first shack on “Resurrection City” here 5/13. The plywood and canvas encampment will be the home of about 3,000 participants in the Poor People’s Campaign during their stay in the nation’s captial.

Artwork Details

Artist/Maker

Unidentified Photographer

Date

1968

Medium

Gelatin silver print

Accession #

2018.79

Dimensions

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Location

Currently Not on View

Description

Credit

Gift of Dr. Joe Massey