Washingtoniana Gallery: March on Washington

Washingtoniana Gallery: March on Washington

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March on Washington (Select an image below for a larger view)

Celebrities James Garner, Marion Brando and James Balldwin attend March on Washington, Aug 29 1963, Star Collection © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom Aerial photo of the Lincoln Memorial shows an estimated 250,000 people attended the March on Washington, Star Collection, © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom
DC Headquarters for the March on Washington, Star Collection © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom Joan Baez opened program at the Washington Monument with the anthem “We Shall Overcome,” Star Collection, © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom
Marchers from New Bethel Baptist Church in Shaw, DC, Star Collection, © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom One of the many buttons sold which generated $15,000 to support the March’s $100,000 budget, DC Community Archives - SELECT to zoom
Marchers at the Bible Way Church 1130 New Jersey Ave NW the night before the March on Washington, Aug. 28, 1963, Star collection © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom. Official program of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, DC Community Archives - SELECT to zoom
President Johnson signing 1964 Civil Rights Act, Star Collection, © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom. The March on Washington, 1963, Star Collection, © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom
Picketing for civil rights, voting rights, and a fair wage at the March on Washington, Star Collection, © Washington Post - SELECT to zoom. Marchers cool their feet in the reflecting pool at the March on Washington, Aug. 29, 1963, Historical Image Collection - SELECT to zoom

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