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Large crowd of people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after having marched across town on August 28, 1963. They are clustered in shady spots under trees. Some hold protest signs. They face the bandstand which is not pictured. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large crowd of people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after having marched across town on August 28, 1963. They are clustered in shady spots under trees. They face the bandstand on the left which has a banner reading "Freedom Now." This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of both black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after having marched across town on August 28, 1963. They face the right towards the bandstand which is not pictured. The County Courthouse is partially visible behind them. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Police officers gathered at the edge of Wooldridge Square Park watching the civil rights rally and demonstrations on August 28, 1963. They stand very informally and talk with each other. Another man sits on a park bench. The County Courthouse is visible behind them. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Group of black and white men gathered on the bandstand at Wooldridge Square Park after masses of people have marched across town on August 28, 1963. They sit and talk informally. A film camera is on the stage. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after marching across town, August 28, 1963. They are clustered in shady spots under trees. They face the left toward the bandstand which is not visible. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Three young children in Wooldridge Square Park with the group of people who marched across town on August 28, 1963. A girl in a red and white checkered dress is on the left and two boys in white shirts are on the right. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Men on the bandstand in Wooldridge Square Park during a civil rights demonstration after masses of people marched across town, August 28, 1963. One man is at a microphone while two other men stand at the sides and film him. NAACP posters are visible in front of the stage. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Crowds sit in the grass at Wooldridge Square Park after a civil rights march across town on August 28, 1963. They face the bandstand which is not pictured. A black man sits next to several white people. The County Courthouse is visible in the background. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

People gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after a civil rights march across town on August 28, 1963. A group of black people are on the bandstand while other people watch. NAACP posters are visible in front of the stage. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Crowds sit in the grass at Wooldridge Square Park after a civil rights march across town on August 28, 1963. They face the bandstand which is not pictured. Both black and white people are gathered. The County Courthouse is visible in the background. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Group of black and white men gathered on the bandstand at Wooldridge Square Park after masses of people have marched across town on August 28, 1963. They sit at the back of the stage. A man films someone at the front of the stage who is not pictured. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Crowds of people, including many white people, gathered at Wooldridge Square Park after masses walked across town in a civil rights demonstration on August 28, 1963. One person has a sign that reads "Freedom Now." They face the bandstand which is not pictured. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

People gathered at Wooldridge Square Park after masses marched across town on August 28, 1963. Two elderly African-American women, two black men, and a white man stand and look toward the bandstand which is not pictured. The County Courthouse is in the background. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after marching across town for civil rights on August 28, 1963. They are clustered in shady spots under trees. They face the left toward the bandstand which is not visible. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after marching across town for civil rights on August 28, 1963. They are clustered in shady spots under trees. They face the left toward the bandstand which is not visible. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after marching across town for civil rights on August 28, 1963. They face the bandstand where several men are on stage. A banner on the stage reads "Freedom Now." This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after marching across town for civil rights on August 28, 1963. They face the bandstand where several men are on stage. A banner on the stage reads "Freedom Now." This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after marching across town for civil rights on August 28, 1963. They face the bandstand where several men are seated on stage and one man speaks. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Large group of black and white people gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after marching across town for civil rights on August 28, 1963. They face the bandstand which is not visible. Some people have posters which read "Freedom Now" and "Wake Up Connally." This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

Group of young African-American men gathered in Wooldridge Square Park after having marched across town on August 28, 1963. They face the right towards the bandstand which is not pictured. The County Courthouse is partially visible behind them. This image was created by Fanny Velma "Fran" Normann

1963-08-28

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