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.
Attorney, author, scholar, and Reverend Dr. Pauli Murray, the first black female Episcopal Church deacon. In January of 1977, she was ordained as the first black female Episcopal priest. She is pictured here in her study in her Arlington, Virginia apartment. December 22, 1976.
Milton Williams, Moments in Time, 1973-1993 (Nashville: James C. Winston Publishing Co., 1996), 110.
A black-and-white photograph of the Reverend Dr. Anna Pauline “Pauli” Murray sitting at a typewriter by a desk crowded with papers. The photograph is stamped and inscribed on the back.