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A Montgomery policeman watches from the street as voters jam the entrance to the Bell Street Fire Station in Montgomery as polling places opened in Alabama's Democratic primary election. The polling place is located in a predominantly black precinct, May 3, 1966
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A Montgomery policeman watches from the street as voters jam the entrance to the Bell Street Fire Station in Montgomery as polling places opened in Alabama's Democratic primary election. The polling place is located in a predominantly black precinct, May 3, 1966, result 1 of 1

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A Montgomery policeman watches from the street as voters jam the entrance to the Bell Street Fire Station in Montgomery as polling places opened in Alabama's Democratic primary election. The polling place is located in a predominantly black precinct, May 3, 1966
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Photograph
Date
1966
Material
Associated Press wire photo with applied pigment
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Approx. Size in Inches: 6 x 9.75
Description
With manuscript title, date stamp and newspaper caption affixed to verso. Illustrated: Associated Press ID # 875523210554
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Lehigh University Art Galleries, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, USA. For more information, contact us at LUAG@Lehigh.edu
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LUF 2019 1470
Gift of George and Alexandra Stephanopoulos
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