United Press International Snipers Force Police Withdrawal
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One press photo depicting a map of where snipers shot three victims during the Detroit riots dated July 28, 1967. Map illustrates the Southfield Expressway, major streets near the riot area and a shaded area where snipers were stationed. Wire description explains that police were forced to withdraw and civilians were evacuated by tanks. On reverse side is a stamp "Received Examiner Reference Library, July 28, 1967" and "Racial/Detroit."
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