A silver gelatin print depicting a black-and-white image of man wearing an SCLC marshall badge and an Omega button. The man sits looking towards the camera, with his head tilted slightly down. He has wavy hair and a goatee with mustache. He wears a light button-down shirt with a darker color jacket. On the jacket is a SCLC Marshall badge that reads [POOR PEOPLES CAMPAIGN / NAME (RAYMOND M-[illegible] / ADDRESS (CHICAGO ILLINOIS / BLOOD TYPE (IF KNOWN) [illegible] / SIGNATURE [illegible] / SCLC / 1401 U. STREET, NW / WASHINGTON, D.C. / [illegible] / MARSHAL]. Beneath the badge is an anti-Vietnam War draft pinback button with the Greek letter Omega on it. The print is signed on the back in graphite [Jill Freedman].
A paperback booklet printed in black ink on white paper. The front cover is a black-and-white photograph of a person's bare right muddy foot. At the top of the front cover is the text in white print [All proceeds to the Southern Christian Leadership Conference $1] and at the bottom is the title in bold white print [This Was Resurrection City.] The back cover is a black-and-white photograph of the legs of two people, one wearing jeans, striding barefoot through mud. The booklet is 20 pages long, containing 28 photographs of men, women and children living, working, eating and playing within Resurrection City, interspersed with poetic text.
A 64-page paperback booklet printed in black ink on white paper. The front cover features a black and white photograph of two pairs of hands; at left is a clasped pair of hands resting on knees, and at center is a pair of hands holding leather reins of the type used to guide a cart or wagon. At right, in bold text, is the title in black ink, [THE POOR PEOPLE'S CAMPAIGN]. The back cover depicts the same image but printed in reverse, with the title text printed again but at the left instead of the right.