A color photograph of Resurrection City from the 1968 Poor People's Campaign on the National Mall that was taken by one of Resurrection City's lead architects, Ken Jadin. The photograph is an aerial view facing the Lincoln Memorial from the Washington Monument. The tent settlement, known as Resurrection City, is shown to the left of the Reflecting Pool in West Potomac Park. The tents, made of white tarp over plywood, are visible in the dirt encampment. The Reflecting Pool is lined with trees and there are larger groves on the left side of the image. Rainbow Pond, now the World War II Memorial, can be seen in the foreground. The background shows the Potomac River and the far Washington, D.C. and Virginia landscape. The Arlington Memorial Bridge is shown over the river behind the Lincoln Memorial. The image colors are considerably deteriorated. An inscription on the reverse reads [R. Res City].