This gelatin silver print captures James Meredith as he crawls across the sidewalk after being shot during the initial stage of the March Against Fear (1966). He faces away from the camera, hands braced on the ground to support his body weight while his legs sprawl awkwardly on the ground. Meredith is in the approximate right middle ground of the photograph; pavement dominates the foreground while trees dominate the background. There is handwriting in blue ink in the bottom right corner of the print which reads: [Sandy/Sorry I didn't have this in/color Too!/Jack Thornell].
A gelatin silver print of the 1927 flooding of the Mississippi River. This is a set of four images on one sheet of paper, itself pasted onto a scrapbook page. At top left: Building Boats Along Y. & M. Y. April 1927; at top right: Lake View 4-27-27; at bottom left: Lake View 4-27-27; at bottom right: Lake View, Miss. 4-24-27.