Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College: Purchased through the Sondra and Charles Gilman, Jr. Foundation Fund and through gifts by exchange; Selected by participants in the seminar "Museum Collecting 101": Kate G. Bradshaw, Class of 2014; Allison M. Chou, Class of 2017; David S. Cordero, Class of 2016; Yasmeen Erritouni, Class of 2017; Lauren Gatewood, Class of 2014; Juliana S. Park, Class of 2014; Matt Sturm, Class of 2013; Iris Yu, Class of 2014
20th century photography; African American; Alabama; Civil Rights; Clouds; Documentary photography; Equal Rights; Flag; Journalism; March; Race Relations; Selma to Montogomery March; Silhouette; Social Movement; Violence
Not on view
Stamped, on reverse, in black ink, lower center: PHOTOGRAPH BY JAMES KARALES / Title (stamped): Selma to Montgomery March (in graphite) / Date: (stamped) 1965 (in graphite) / Print Date: (stamped): 2008 (in graphite) / signed, in graphite: Monica Karales / c [encircled] Monica Karales (stamped) / All right reserved (stamped)
WRIT 5, Quests, Carl Thum, Winter 2015
Howard Greenberg Gallery, New York, sold to present collection, 2014.
Gallery Inventory no. PF47741
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