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The full captions on the verso read: "The American Presidential elections. Pics by Phil Schultz of 'Magnum'.Series show Henry Wallace, the Progressive Party Candidate, during his tour of the States. More teenages shouting to prevent Wallace from making his speech at Winston-Salem. Although police were stationed among the crowd, they didn't try to prevent the uproar. Generally, wherever adequate police protection had been provided by the town, the meetings went off orderly and quietly. But whenever the local police chief took an unfriendly or hands-off attitute, the Dixiecrats and their young flase (sp.?) fronts began to show their hand." (File American Political Parties Progressives)." With an Illustrated magazine stamp and 30 Oct 1948 date.

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Roudy Teens Shout down Henry Wallace, the Progressive Party Candidate for President
Phil Schultz Roudy Teens Shout down Henry Wallace, the Progressive Party Candidate for President

Price $650

Main Image

Ref.# 9278

Medium Silver print

Mount unmounted

Photo Date 1948  Print Date 1948

Dimensions 7-5/8 x 9 in. (194 x 229 mm)

Photo Country United States (USA)

Photographer Country United States (USA)


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