• Creator
  • Johnson, Marion, 1917-1998
  • Created Date
  • 1948
  • Description
  • View of a crowd of men at the Dixiecrat Convention in Birmingham, Alabama jeering at a woman with an anti lynching, pro-Henry Wallace poster. The Dixiecrat Convention of 1948 was a gathering of the States Rights Democratic Party to nominate U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond for President of the United States. The party, also known as the Dixiecrats, were a segregationist, populist, socially conservative offshoot of the Democratic Party. Local identi... more
    View of a crowd of men at the Dixiecrat Convention in Birmingham, Alabama jeering at a woman with an anti lynching, pro-Henry Wallace poster. The Dixiecrat Convention of 1948 was a gathering of the States Rights Democratic Party to nominate U.S. Senator Strom Thurmond for President of the United States. The party, also known as the Dixiecrats, were a segregationist, populist, socially conservative offshoot of the Democratic Party. Local identification number: VIS 33.21.02. Local identification number: ahc033021002a.jpg. Marion Johnson Photographs, Atlanta History Center. less
  • Format
  • 4 x 5 in. black and white safety film