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DAUGHTER OF THE NEW AMERICAN REVOLUTION, SPRING MOBILIZATION

DAUGHTER OF THE NEW AMERICAN REVOLUTION, SPRING MOBILIZATION
San Francisco 1967

I was photographing the peace march when I spotted a man walking along holding hands with his twin daughters wrapped in American flags. An amazing sight, the little girls had very serious expressions on their faces. I could not get a photograph of both girls because of the huge moving crowd. I was able to get one flag girl with all her majesty and play of lights and darks.
PEACE RALLY, KEZAR STADIUM

PEACE RALLY, KEZAR STADIUM
San Francisco 1967

There were over 67,000 people protesting the Vietnam war. They all ended up at Kezar after the march (Spring Mobilization) to hear speakers, songs, etc. I was looking for a way to symbolize the crowd with the message. I saw the peace symbol with streamers and the crowd combination. The shot made up itself.
JUDY COLLINS

JUDY COLLINS
San Francisco 1967

Judy Collins attended the Spring Mobilization Peace March. She sang at Kezar Stadium in front of over 67,000 people.
PROTESTER

PROTESTER
San Francisco 1967

One of the many great protest signs carried by every description of persons attending the Spring Mobilization peace march. Not only an original message but with the grammatical correction too.
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