This image depicts a young woman standing at the entrance of one of the yellow tents at Resurrection City during the Poor People's Campaign. Framed by the tent flaps of yellow material she gazes directly at the viewer. She is dressed in a blue knit shirt with a fold over collar and a vee-neckline. There is some clear and white material, possibly a wad of tape, stuck to one tent flap at head level.
This image depicts a woman and two young children standing at the entrance of a yellow tent at Resurrection City during the Poor People's Campaign. One yellow tent flap is folded back allowing the woman to peek though the opening. She wears a brown dress and black flat shoes. At her side are two small children, the taller child in a striped red white and blue shirt and blue pants. The child leans against the woman’s left side. On his other side is a much smaller child wearing an off-white onesie. The woman has her left arm around both children with her left hand resting on the smallest child's head. Behind them inside the tent another child is visible.
This image depicts a young woman seated between rows of tents at Resurrection City during the Poor People's Campaign. The woman, seated on a wooden folding chair, wears a light colored shirt with long sleeves pushed up, and a light colored and patterned skirt. She wears a scarf wrapped around her head and is barefoot. Her light colored sandals rest on the ground beside her. She sits sideways to the camera and looks at the viewer over her left shoulder, holding her left hand on her hip. She sits in the doorway of a tent made of yellow material, wood, and plastic sheeting. Folding cots are visible inside the tent opposite her. The alley is bare ground with sparse grass and a tree is visible in the distance over the roofs of the tents.