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Image number
EVB2927990
Title
5/3/66--PEACHTREE, ALA--African Americans flock to this polling place in rural, Blackbelt, Alabama 5/3 as they vote in large numbers for the first time in history. Typical of rural polling places is the Sugar Shack small store in Wilcox County where black people outnumber whites almost 3 to 1.
Medium
black and white photograph
Description
5/3/66--PEACHTREE, ALA--African Americans flock to this polling place in rural, Blackbelt, Alabama 5/3 as they vote in large numbers for the first time in history. Typical of rural polling places is the Sugar Shack small store in Wilcox County where black people outnumber whites almost 3 to 1.
Photo credit
CSU Archives/Everett Collection / Bridgeman Images
Keywords
african american / historical / civil rights / voting rights / vote / history / Photograph / Photography / Mzphoto
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Large 2377 × 1638 px 201 × 139 mm 0.8 MB
Medium 1024 × 706 px 87 × 60 mm 0.6 MB
Small 600 × 413 px 51 × 35 mm 0.2 MB
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