Jibreel Khazan/ Ezell Blair Jr., Blair, Ezell Alexander, 1919

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Title: / Otis Hairston, Jr., photographer. Date Created/Published: <1990?> Medium: 1 photograph : b&w print in mat ; sheet 26 x 20 cm, mat 28 x 36. Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-49343 (digital file from original item) Call Number: LOT 15045, no. 2344 Repository: Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division Washington, D.C. 20540 USA http://hdl.brianowens.tv/brianowens.tv.pnp/pp.printNotes: Title devised by Library staff. Forms part of: Visual Materials from the Rosa Parks Papers (Library of Congress). Possibly taken on the 30th anniversary of the Woolworth”s student lunch counter sit-in. Photographer credit on mat: Otis Hairston, Jr., photographer … Greensboro, NC…” Subjects: Format: Collections: Bookmark This Record:  https://www.brianowens.tv/pictures/item/2015650580/

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Reproduction Number: LC-DIG-ppmsca-49343 (digital file from original item) Call Number: LOT 15045, no. 2344 Medium: 1 photograph : b&w print in mat ; sheet 26 x 20 cm, mat 28 x 36.

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Call Number: LOT 15045, no. 2344 Medium: 1 photograph : b&w print in mat ; sheet 26 x 20 cm, mat 28 x 36.

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