retouching across recto in black and brown ink; crop marks upper left, upper right, and lower right in black ink; by unknown hand, bottom right in graphite: 965; on verso, by unknown hand, upper left in graphite perpendicular: 45P; upper left stamped in blue ink: ENGRAVING / 1958 SEP 3 PM 8:53; upper center stamped in blue ink: ARTISTS / 1958 SEP 3 PM 8:49; upper right Associated Press copyright stamp in black ink perpendicular; center left stamped in black ink on applied newspaper: MONTGOMERY, Ala. - (AP) / -- Arrested on a charge of / loitering Wednesday the / Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr., / accused police of brutality / but promised to continue his / fight for racial equality even / at the cost of his life. / Mr. King, who led the / famed boycott here two years / ago was jailed for 15 min- / utes by two city officers who / said the Negro minister re- / fused to move when they / ordered a crowd to disperse. / After his release from a / detention cell at the city hall, / Mr. King was allowed to sign / a $100 bond for appearance / in city court Friday to an- / swer the loitering charge.; by unknown hand, center in graphite: 4 col x 6 1/4; center printed in red ink on applied sticker inverted: AVAILABLE IN / ELECTRONIC / ARCHIVE; by unknown hand, lower center in blue ink on applied newspaper: gray; bottom center printed in black ink on applied newspaper: AP WIREPHOTO / THE REV. MARTIN LUTHER KING, [circled in blue ink] JR., AND POLICE OFFICERS / Negro leader on way to cell at Montgomery, Ala.; bottom right stamped in purple ink on applied newspaper: T SEP 4 1958 4
(sale, Henry Yee, Ebay.com); Mary and Dan Solomon, Monarch Beach, CA; gift to NGA, 2018.
Associated NamesSolomon, Dan and Mary
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