A black and white photograph of men and women marching in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial March, in Memphis, Tennessee, on April 8, 1968. The marchers are walking down a street. Spectators are visible on porches and balconies on the buildings lining the street. The back of the photograph includes the photographer's signature, information about the subject of the photograph, and printing information.
A color photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. surrounded by marchers. He is wearing a gray suit, white shirt with no tie, and is touching his lapel with his right hand. Three of the men surrounding him turn and look to the viewer's left. A fourth man, to Dr. King's right, looks to to the viewer's right. Dr. King gazes straight ahead.
A color photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and others around a microphone. From left to right: Dr. King, a woman, a man in glasses at center, and another man on the right. Dr. King gazes fixedly at the man opposite him, who gazes back. The central figure faces the viewer. The men are dressed in dark suit and ties. The crowd surrounding them is clapping. There is an indistinct building in the background.