Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Sit-In, Atlanta
1963, printed 1969
Gelatin silver print
Image: 6 1/4 x 9 7/16 in.
Sheet: 7 15/16 x 10 in.
l.l. signed in graphite: Danny Lyon
u.r. in graphite: SNCC staff sit-in \ Atlanta 1963/64
u.r. in black ink: Blacks - SNCC
u.c. in black ink: BLACKS - SNCC
u.c. typed on label: MAGNUM
u.r. in graphite: PROTEST
u.r. typed on label: AA0542
l.c. stamped in black ink: MAGNUM \ PHOTO LIBRARY PRINT \ NEW YORK \ 45917 (in graphite) \ LOG REF: [line] \ TO BE RETURNED.
c. stamped in red ink: Photograph By \ Danny Lyon \ © 1969 MAGNUM PHOTOS \ 72 West 45th Street, N.Y.C. 10036
c. in graphite, written through stamps: 56068 \ 65853 \ 409 \ 13 \ 12
c.r. in graphite, along edge: 66186
l.l. in graphite: $3800.00 \ L:102:04:89
l.c. in graphite through signature: 65303
l.c. in graphite: 67476 \ 69603 [upside down]
l.r. burgandy circular stamp: Printer \ LAB [in graphite] \ BLEAK BEAUTY \ 1963 1969 [in graphite] \ [star emblem] \ Picture Date \ Print Date
l.r. burgandy stamp: © Danny Lyon \ Magnum Photos, Inc.
l.r. in graphite, along bottom edge: LXV-8x10-4.97-5001
l.r. in black ink: 62-11-13/12
Amon Carter Museum of American Art, Fort Worth, Texas
© Danny Lyon/Magnum Photos
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