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The notes transcribed from the back of this photograph are as follows: (MRX1) MONTGOMERY, Ala., Mar. 18-KING, MARCHERS ARRIVE AT COURTHOUSE--Dr. Martin Luther King, lower left above hat, and several thousand demonstrators arrive at the county court house in Montgomery to protest treatment of previous marchers. The marchers waited in the rain for several hours while King met with officials in the court house yesterday. (AP Wirephoto)(jrt50500stf) The notes written and typed on the back of this photograph, from the time it was printed, are as follows: MONTGOMERY city (Alabama),(MRX1) MONTGOMERY, Ala., Mar. 18-KING, MARCHERS ARRIVE AT COURTHOUSE--Dr. Martin Luther King, lower left above hat, and several thousand demonstrators arrive at the county court house in Montgomery to protest treatment of previous marchers. The marchers waited in the rain for several hours while King met with officials in the court house yesterday. (AP Wirephoto)(jrt50500stf) March 18, 1965, transparent
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March 18, 1965
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Scanned from a print, and later selected by the National Gallery for its Cutline exhibition
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(MRX1) MONTGOMERY, Ala., Mar. 18-KING, MARCHERS ARRIVE AT COURTHOUSE--Dr. Martin Luther King, lower left above hat, and several thousand demonstrators arrive at the county court house in Montgomery to protest treatment of previous marchers. The marchers waited in the rain for several hours while King met with officials in the court house yesterday. (AP Wirephoto)(jrt50500stf)
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