A black and white photomechanical print of Joe Louis (right) and William Leon Rowe (left) testifying before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee on the subject of Castro's Cuba. Unidentified men can be seen in the background sitting behind Louis and Rowe. A caption on the right reads: [(WXA) Washington, June 5 -- WITNESSES TOGETHER -- Former heavyweight boxing champion Joe Louis and his partner in a public relations, William Leon Rowe, left, sit together at the witness table during testimony today before the Senate Internal Security Subcommittee in Washington. The two were members of the New York public relations firm of Louis and Rowe, which held a contract with the Cuban government to promote tourist business. They were called to discuss their experiences of Castro's Cuba (AP Wirephoto) (rbo21225stf-wca) 1961.]
Print of Louis J. Redding and Thurgood Marshall holding a brief while they smoke cigarettes during a recess in the Supreme Court's hearing on racial integration in public schools. The AP Wirephoto caption is along the right side.
The caption reads "Washington, April 11 - SEEK SPEEDY INTEGRATION - Louis J. Redding, left, of Wilmington, Del. and Thurgood Marshal of New York City confer at the Supreme Court today during a recess in the courts hearing on racial integration in the public schools. Redding, representing Negro pupils in Deleware, and Marshal, general council for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, contend quick integration should be ordered by court."