United Press International Detroit
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One telephoto entitled "Detroit," printed by United Press Internationa dated May 4, 1964. Image depicts a line of protesters picketing in front of the General Motors headquarters in Detroit, Michigan. Wire transfer information details that 300 protesters were picketing against racial discriminiation at GM. Protest was organized by the NAACP.
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