United Press International Rioters rampaged through streets...
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One press photo of crowds running through a street in Detroit. Above wire transmission is a note that the image would be use to report on the president's commission on riots. Photo attributed to AP Wirephoto. On reverse side is a stamp, "Received Examiner Reference Library, March 2, 1968." Also pasted is a newsclipping with tag, "Detroit--Rioters rampaged through streets in last summer's riots worst urban explosion in the nation."
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