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Date:  date unknown

Description: A horse-drawn carriage with passengers passing through City Park.

Photograph

Street Scene

Date: 1890 ca.

Description: View down Main Street, looking south from Third Street. Pedestrians gather near parked streetcars, horse-drawn carriages, and storefronts. Signs read, "P...

Date: 1957-09-28 

Description: Violence against African American journalists covering the Little Rock integration story. Here the crowd moves in on Jimmy Hicks (center, wearing a hat),...

Date: 1942 

Description: S.E. Foster, manager of International Harvester's Little Rock branch house, stands beside the branch honor roll of enlisted International Harvester men. Al...

Date: 1937 

Description: A man wearing a hat and tie is driving an International I-12 industrial tractor with mower attachment to groom the grounds in front of the Arkansas state c...

Date: 1959-08-17 

Description: Jefferson Thomas of the Little Rock Nine is harassed by Central High School students as he waits for transportation after the first day of school.

Date: 1957-09 ca.

Description: The police used fire hoses to control the angry crowds that gathered near Central High School during the integration crisis. There a boy on the ground who...

Date: 1864 ca.

Description: The locomotives "Christopher Adams" and "Liverpool", taken over and operated by the U.S. military during the Civil War.

Date: 1938 

Description: A man stands on the back of an International truck used by the Big Rock Stone & Material Company. The advertisement on the side of the truck features an il...

Date:  

Description: Threatening note signed "K.K.K." (Ku Klux Klan) with rock and rag that was thrown through Daisy Bates' window in August 1957. The note reads "The next will...

Date: 1958-05-29 

Description: Daisy Bates, an American civil rights activist, publisher and writer who played a leading role in the Little Rock integration crisis of 1957, looking throu...

Date: 1957-09 ca.

Description: L.C. and Daisy Bates watching television with Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus on the screen.

Date: 1957-08 ca.

Description: The Little Rock home of Daisy and L.C. Bates, showing their front window after a stone had been thrown through the window. Grates have been placed on this...

Date: 1928-01-15 

Description: Clifford Thompson, who at 8 feet, 8 inches in height was the tallest man in America, shakes hands with a newspaper man of average height.

Date: 1957-09-26 

Description: Daisy Bates, the head of the Arkansas NAACP, stands behind seven of the Little Rock Nine, who are seated on a sofa in her living room. They have assembled...

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Description: View of Daisy and L.C. Bates's house under construction.

Date:  date unknown

Description: Studio portrait of four men sitting in front of a painted backdrop. From the left are Vojta Masek and Charles Jonas sitting on a bench. The men sitting on...

Photograph

Main Street

Date:  date unknown

Description: View down Main Street featuring horse-drawn carriages, street cars, and storefronts. The first true non-railway bridge stands in the distance; the 'Free B...

Date: 1957-09 ca.

Description: Mob violence during the integration crisis in Little Rock. Probably taken between September 20th, when Governor Faubus withdrew the National Guard and Sept...

Date: 1957-09-04 

Description: First attempt of the Little Rock Nine to enter Central High School. They were denied entrance by the Arkansas National Guard who had been called up by Gove...

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