Associated Press Clean-Up After Harlem Riot
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One photograph entitled, "Clean-Up After Harlem Riot" taken by Associated Press dated July 19, 1964. Image is of three residents and police officers surveying the damage of a pawn shop, Isaac Leon Corp. Wire transfer information states that damages to the pawn shop followed riots after a 15-year old Black boy, James Powell, was fatally shot by an off-duty police officer, Thomas R. Gilligan.
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