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Police in "Riot Gear" (Civil Defense Helmets) After Riot on 125th Street, Harlem (Primary Title)
Annotated and dated by the photographer in graphite on verso: “Harlem 1963-4".
Sticky note adhered and secured with tape in upper right corner on verso, with inscriptions in an unidentified hand in black ink: " Police in "Rist/ Gear" (civil defense/helmets) after / not on 125th Street / early 1960's [ "early 1960's" crossed through and then corrected with "1963-4," inscribed in a second unidentified hand in black ink]" , " *compared to todays high/ tech rist gear".
Arthur and Margaret Glasgow Endowment
"Working Together: Louis Draper and the Kamoinge Workshop", VMFA, February 1, 2020 - June 14, 2020