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- Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photographs
- Members of the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) marching past the Carter/Mondale election headquarters, Tuscumbia, Alabama, September 1, 1980.
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution
- Contributor to Resource:
- Favorite, Louie, 1950-
- Date of Original:
Ku Klux Klan (1915- )
- United States, Alabama, Colbert County, Tuscumbia, 34.7312, -87.70253
- photographic prints
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- Print verso inscribed: "Klan march thru Tuscumbia past Carter/Mondale headquarters." Stamped with photographer's name (Louie Favorite) and date: Sep 1 1980. The headquarters window is stenciled "Mondale '80," and there are numerous hand-lettered signs in the window, some of which read "Flash'em a grin," "Vote Carter Nov 4," "If anyone can do it, Carter can," and "We love Amy!" The Klansman is carrying a hand-lettered sign that reads "No more immigration!" President Jimmy Carter opened his campaign headquarters in Tuscumbia and gave a strongly worded anti-KKK address.
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- Bibliographic Citation (Cite As):
- Cite as: AJCP221-043e, Atlanta Journal Constitution Photographic Archives. Special Collections and Archives, Georgia State University Library.
- Original Collection:
- Atlanta Journal-Constitution Photographic Archive
- Holding Institution:
- Georgia State University. Special Collections