Associated Press Vows to March
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One photograph entitled, "Vows to March," taken by Associated Press dated February 13, 1965. Image is of Hosea Williams encouraging a crowd to prepare for a march. Williams stands on the right side of the scene with his arm stretched out. Others
look on and hold signs, one of which reads, "Stop taxation without representation." Wire transfer information states that Rev. Hosea Williams said they would march to the courthouse "come hell or high water."
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