This image depicts a yellow school bus parked by the curb with five men's heads protruding from side windows and one man emerging from the door. The photograph is taken from the rear right side of the bus, looking towards the front. There are two hand-made signs taped to the bus' side, both handwritten on white paper. One, in black letters, reads "NEWARK, N.J. / VAN-GUARD/ POOR PEOPLES/ CAMPAIGN." The other sign, written in red ink reads “NEWARK, NJ." Painted in black and white script by the door's lower corner is the bus company's logo that reads "Mer(?)enthal(?)rs/ Bus Service." Five men lean out the upper half of five bus windows, looking over their right shoulders towards the viewer. Two of the men wear flat caps, and all five men wear over shirts or jackets in shades of khaki or dark blue. A sixth man in a dark blue jacket stands in the bus's open door.
This image depicts the Reverend Frederick Douglass Kirkpatrick holding a guitar. Kirkpatrick led cultural programs at Resurrection City during the Poor People's Campaign. Wearing a dark blue denim shirt with brass buttons, he is viewed from below, giving him a monumental aspect. He holds the guitar against his torso and strums with his right hand. He gazes straight ahead, over the head of the photographer.
This image depicts four men building an A-frame tent in Resurrection City during the Poor People's Campaign. Two of the men, both wearing hats and jackets, stand on the tent's slanting wooden sides, one man on each side. They hold the large sheet of plastic to the top pf the wood frame while two men on the ground hold the sheet flat against the wall. One man on the ground, wearing a yellow shirt and dark hat, stretches his left hand and gazes towards one of the men on the slanting wall. Both men on the ground stand with their back to the viewer. There is another yellow tent in the background.