Collection Artwork
Detroit Marchers Protest Israeli Attack on Lebanon
1982
gelatin silver print
Detroit Free Press (born Detroit, Michigan, 1831)
paper size: 10 x 8 in.
image size: 9 3/4 x 6 3/8 in.
The Jack Shear Collection of Photography at the Tang Teaching Museum
photographed in Kennedy Square, Detroit, Michigan, United States, North America
2018.38.517
Inscribed, verso, upper left: Demonstration and Protest - [illegible] II
Stamped in black ink, verso, upper right: RECEIVED JUL 1 7 1982
Stamped in red ink, verso, upper left: NEW PHOTO FILE
Stamped in black ink, verso, upper center: PHOTO BY / MARY [remainder hidden by newspaper clipping]
Newspaper clipping, adhered, verso, center, lower portion of image visible: Free Press Photos by MARY SCHROEDER / Muslim women, above, wearing traditional garb, carry signs and posters as they chant during the march. Below, male demonstrators, segregated from the women, burn an Israeli flag in Kennedy Square. / [headline:] Detroit marchers protest Israeli attack in Lebanon [full article by Tim Kiska visible]
Stamped in black ink, twice, on top of newspaper clipping: JUL 17 1982
Typewritten paper, adhered, verso, lower left, sideways: dfpx75969

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