A black-and-white photograph of Gloria Richardson and other African American protesters in the street being confronted by National Guard Troops. The troop in the foreground is pointing an army rifle with a bayonet at them.
A black-and-white photograph of an African American man wearing white pants who is being pulled in all directions. Men with guns, helmets, and gas masks pull on his leg, arm and shirt. On the right side of the image a man in a short sleeve uniform walks away from the scene.
This image depicts the musician Miles Davis playing the trumpet. This close up shows Davis from chest upwards. Head bent, trumpet to his lips, Davis grasps the instrument with both hands. He wears a light colored long sleeved shirt.
This image depicts musician Miles Davis playing the trumpet. Viewed from the shoulders up, and his eyes are cast downward. His hands are visible as he holds his instrument to his lips. He wears a light colored shirt with a scarf around his neck. A microphone is visible at the extreme right of the image.
This photographic print depicts Aaron Molyneaux Hewlett, the first African American gymnasium coach at Harvard University. Hewlett is seated and is surrounded by a variety of exercise equipment. He wears a striped three-piece suit and a dark necktie. The print is cut in an oval shape and mounted on thick pasteboard that is tinted a light tan around the print. The text "Warren Phot." is printed in the lower left corner of the tinted paper. Written in the top left corner of the reverse in blue ink is the text, "1866-BOSTON / "HARVARD".