The March on Washington, 1963 by J.J. Lloyd
Colorized by J.J. Lloyd
based on an original 35mm negative
by Warren K. Leffler
28th August 1963, Washington D.C, United States
(Library of Congress)
"A man surveys the 200,000 plus strong crowd from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. In what was one of the most memorable and effective political demonstrations in subject and organisation of all time, Dr Martin Luther King would later deliver I Have A Dream, one of the defining and timeless speeches of the 20th Century."
"[View of the huge crowd from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument, during the March on Washington]"
Please note that the listed sizes refer to the print stock with the photograph on it which comes with a white border. The printed image sizes are:
M – 8" × 12 ¼" (20.3 × 32.4 cm)
L – 12" × 18 ½" (30.5 × 47 cm)
XXL – 24" × 37" (61 × 94 cm)
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