New York demonstration on behalf of Artie Shaw. Unidentified people standing outside and wearing coats are holding signs proclaiming affection for Shaw, likely in support of his discharge from armed service.
Participants from Kansas City in the March on Washington for Lesbian, Gay, and Bi Equal Rights and Liberation in a park with others all around; rainbow flags and a balloon sort of object with the words "Kansas City" across it are seen.
Crowd gathering at City Hall; taken from a high floor in the Courthouse. The majority of the crowd fills up the space right in front of the doors, while smaller groups linger behind in the courtyard area.
Crowd marching from Manual High School, turning from East Truman Rd. onto Paseo Blvd. The group is walking on the left side of the street, with a car in front and three cars behind them. The first three cars have groups of men and women sitting on top of them.
Oklahoma City: The Rev. Ralph Abernathy led a march of over four hundred people through the streets of Oklahoma City September 22, 1969 in support of striking sanitation workers. Abernathy described as a myth that it was an "open minded city," despite hundreds of spectators.
Photo looking over the shoulders of several people attending the rally at City Hall for the National Day of Mourning for the Right to Privacy; an unidentified man holding a sheet of paper and speaking to the crowd as well as a blue, white, and gold banner is seen; one rally participant (possibly Bill Todd) is seen listening and wearing a t-shirt with the Silence=Death logo.
Crowd on the steps of City Hall, with Policemen and National Guard lined up at the door. In the center of the photo, a group of African American men are walking toward the camera, alongside the line of officers. The first man is wearing a striped shirt with his hands in his pockets, looking at the officers. The line of officers are all white males with the exception of the last officer in line, who is African American.
Three columns of printed negative strips with images from Inaugural Ceremonies for the Liberian President. Image descriptions from top to bottom, left to right. Image 1: People walking along the top of Antoinette Tubman Stadium in Monrovia. A crowd of people are walking around the stadium grounds. Flags are hanging from the railing along the walkway. Image 2-4: Various images of a soldier standing next to an anti-aircraft gun during an artillery demonstration. The soldier is preparing to leave after firing the gun. Image 5-12: Various images of four soldiers operating an anti-aircraft gun during an artillery demonstration The soldiers are walking around the gun and holding shells while smoke clears from the gun from being previous fired. Several soldiers are standing in the distance next to another gun in the demonstration. Used casings are littered around the base of the guns.