A black and white photograph of a woman holding a poster at the Martin Luther King Memorial March in Memphis, Tennessee in 1968. The woman is in the midst of a march and is carrying a sign with printed text that reads: [I AM A MAN]. The sign has been altered by hand to read: [I AM A WoMan]. Other marchers are visible in the background carrying similar signs. They marchers are walking down a street in Memphis that is lined with buildings on either side. The back of the photograph includes the photographer's signature, information about the subject of the photograph, and printing information.
Framed portrait of Martin Luther King, Jr. Frame is black with gold detail surrounding the inner edge. Image shows King, Jr. in dark suit and tie. Tie is pinstriped blue and white with white polka dots. Along the bottom of the image is a small horizontal white band with black cursive text reading "We Shall Overcome". The print is covered in plastic within the frame.
A color photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. standing next to and slightly behind Coretta Scott King. Dr. King is wearing a white shirt and black tie. He is gazing straight ahead. Mrs. King is wearing black sunglasses, red lipstick, and a yellow top. Closely surrounding them is a crowd of people, including a man with glasses wearing a flat cap and a smiling woman in large round sunglasses.