Associated Press Picket Governors Office
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One photograph entitled, "Picket Governors Office," taken by the Associated Press dated May 18, 1964. Image is of protesters with signs of New York Governor Nelson A. Rockefeller's office. Protestors march behind a police line holding/wearing signs that asking for schools to be integrated. Wire transfer information states that protests took place on the Brown v. Board of Education decision's tenth anniversary.
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