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United Press International Detroit.

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09735.36 Author/Creator: United Press International Place Written: Detroit, MI Type: Photograph Date: 31 July 1967 Pagination: 1 photograph ; 27.7 x 21.5 cm.

One press photograph composed of two images illustrating the difference in street life before and after mandated curfew. Wire transfer describes the curfew was lifted by Governor Romney and later reinstalled due to onlookers. On reverse side are stamps "Racial Segregation/Detroit, Mich." and "Received Examiner Reference Library, July 31, 1967."

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