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Larry Stoddard

Civil Rights marchers returned to damaged cars. They parked in Marquette Park in Chicago to to walk through an all-white residential area on the Southwest Side., August 1, 1966
Vintage wire photograph on paper
9 7/16 x 6 3/4 in. (23.97 x 17.15 cm)

Creation Place: North America
Technique: Photography
Credit Line: Restricted gift of Michael Mattis and Judy Hochberg in honor of Myrlie Evers-Williams.
Accession Number: P2021.13.428

Police Look at the Damaged Cars of Marchers: Broken windshields and windows and seat cushion that were set on fire are some of the damage to vehicles belonging to Civil Rights marchers. They left their cars in Marquette Park to walk through an all-white residential area on city's Southwest Side Sunday evening. Other cars were overturned and burned in an outbreak of violence, Chicago, Illinois.

On recto: manuscript title, typewritten title and date.
On verso: manuscript title, date, date stamp and newspaper stamp.

Wire photographs were originally transmitted over phonelines, then later, by satellite. They were first used in the early 1920s. Associated Press became a leader with this. After pigment touch-ups, etc., the print is put into a drum (like a drum scanner). The image gets converted into audio tones that are transmitted. The tones are received and beamed onto photo-sensitive paper. Wire photographs are copies without originals---they are hybrid, transmitted objects. (Britt Salvesen, Curator and Department Head, Photography Department, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, March 30-31, 2022)

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  • Image Dimensions: 9 7/16 x 6 3/4 in. (23.97 x 17.15 cm) Measured by Hudson, Karen
  • Sheet Dimensions: 9 15/16 x 8 in. (25.24 x 20.32 cm) Measured by Hudson, Karen

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