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Jack Gunter civil rights photographs

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Pub. Date:
1957
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English
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Scope and content:The Jack Gunter Civil Rights Photographs feature 87 original black and white photographs taken by Nashville Banner newspaper photographer Jack Gunter from 1957 to 1968. The photographs are arranged chronologically. Undated photographs follow at the end. The bulk of the collection is from 1963 and depicts civil rights demonstrations in downtown Nashville, Tennessee. Also included in the collection are single photographs of visiting Presidents and well known national figures, two photographs of sites for urban renewal and two Vietnam War protest photographs. Some of the photographs are mounted on foam board and were possibly used for two exhibits that Gunter participated in, Cheekwood’s "Life Through the Sixties" in 1990 or the Tennessee State Museum’s "Witness to the Light: the Civil Rights Struggle in Nashville an Exhibition of 48 Photographs by Nashville Banner Photographers from 1957-1964" held in 1993.
Box One highlights include:1957-School desegregation Nashville, TN
; 1960-Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.’s visit; Civil Rights demonstrations, marches, sit-ins
; 1963-Nashville demonstrations and sit-ins; bus to Washington, D.C.
Box Two highlights include:
1963-Demonstrations and marches in downtown Nashville, Pres. Kennedy’s visit; 1964-Marches and demonstrations in Nashville, TN
; 1967-Stokely Carmichael’s visit to Vanderbilt University, court appearances, William Kunstler in court, Pres. Johnson’s visit, Allen Ginsberg’s appearance.
Box Three highlights include:
1968-William F. Buckley and Julian Bond’s appearance at Vanderbilt Univ.; Police arrests; Undated: downtown shanties, demonstrations, Dr. Martin L. King, Jr.’s visit; National Guardsmen and tank.
Box Four highlights include:
Undated: Hubert Humphrey’s visit to Nashville; National Guard patrol; downtown shanties; Mayor Beverly Briley pictured; Dr. Martin L. King pictured with Alexander Looby; marches and demonstrations.
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subject_facet African Americans -- Civil rights -- Tennessee -- Nashville
African Americans -- Segregation -- Tennessee -- Nashville
African Americans -- Social conditions
B&W Cafeteria (Nashville, Tenn.)
Black-and-white photographs
Briley, Beverly, -- 1914-1980
Cameron School (Nashville, Tenn.)
Carmichael, Stokely, -- 1941-1998
Casey, Joe
Civil rights -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Civil rights demonstrations -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Civil rights movements -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Clement, Frank Goad
Cross Keys Restaurant (Nashville, Tenn.)
Fisk University
Freedom of expression -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Freedom of movement -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Gunter, Jack -- (Harold Parks), -- 1929-2014
Hermitage (Hermitage, Tenn.)
Kemp, Hubert O
Kennedy, John F. -- (John Fitzgerald), -- 1917-1963
King, Martin Luther, -- Jr., -- 1929-1968
Lewis, John, -- 1940 February 21-
Metropolitan Courthouse (Nashville, Tenn.)
Nashville (Tenn.) -- History -- 20th century -- Sources
Nashville (Tenn.) -- Race relations -- 20th century -- Sources
Nashville (Tenn.) -- Social conditions -- 20th century -- Sources
Nashville (Tenn.) -- Social life and customs -- 20th century -- Sources
Nashville Banner
Nonviolence
Political persecution -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Riots -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Social movements
Student movements -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Student protesters -- Tennessee -- Nashville
Tennessee Agricultural and Industrial State University (Nashville, Tenn.)
Tennessee State Capitol (Nashville, Tenn.)
Tennessee State University
Trailways Transportation System
Vanderbilt University
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title_short Jack Gunter civil rights photographs
topic_facet African Americans
Briley, Beverly
Carmichael, Stokely
Casey, Joe
Civil rights
Civil rights demonstrations
Civil rights movements
Clement, Frank Goad
Freedom of expression
Freedom of movement
Gunter, Jack
History
Kemp, Hubert O
Kennedy, John F
King, Martin Luther
Lewis, John
Nonviolence
Political persecution
Race relations
Riots
Segregation
Social conditions
Social life and customs
Social movements
Student movements
Student protesters