This black-and-white photograph depicts seven of the Little Rock Nine, from left to right, Melba Patillo, Carlotta Walls, Jefferson Tomas, Elizabeth Eckford, Thelma Mothershed, Terrence Roberts and Gloria Ray, meeting at the home of Daisy Bates, a local NAACP leader. The seven are gathered around a table with books.
This black-and-white photograph depicts a small group of young African American men and women exiting a car. In the distance, a crowd can be seen gathered in front of a large building, Central High School.
A black-and-white photograph of a group of armed United States military personnel in light-colored uniforms facing a young man, Terrence Roberts, wearing a horizontal striped shirt and dark slacks. The young man has a pencil tucked behind his left ear.