A black and white photomechanical print of Hank Aaron hugging his mother and clutching a baseball after hitting his record-breaking 715th home run. A caption on the right gives information about the subject, date, and game that the photograph captures. The caption reads: [AJEX040804 - 4/8/74 - Atlanta: Hank Aaron is hugged by his mother after the Atlanta Braves Slugger hit his record breaking 715th home run [illegible] Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Al Downing in the 4th Inning [illegible] 715th home run ball is held to the right. (UPI) jls/pc.]
A print of a press photograph of Coretta Scott King leading the Mother's Day March for Welfare Rights, part of the kick-off to the Poor Peoples Campaign. King is pictured in the center of the image wearing a dark suit, large corsage, and dark glasses. She links arms with people next to her, including two women in light colored jackets and corsages to her proper right and a man holding a megaphone to her proper left. Directly behind her is a man in a clerical collar with a young girl on his shoulders. Behind her is a large crowd of men and women, with buildings visible in the background. To the right of the image is printed the caption [WAP -051213 5/12/68 WASHINGTON: Mrs. Martin Luther King (center, dark glasses) leads a Mother's Day March for welfare rights, here 5/12. The parade kicked off the Poor People's Campaign which will culminate in a mass march on Memorial day. Others are unidentified. UPI]. On the back of the print are inscriptions and a stamp from the Examiner Reference Library.