Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking at Rally, Soldier Field, Chicago, 1966 (Umbrellas)
© Bernie Kleina

Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking at Rally, Soldier Field, Chicago, 1966 (Umbrellas)

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By Bernie Kleina
About the image
Bernie Kleina's rarely seen color photographs document the 1965-1966 Chicago Freedom Movement's peaceful call for open housing. This portrait of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. at the podium was taken at Chicago's Soldier Field in August 1966. 

Collector's Notes: 
Bernie Kleina's photographs are printed to order, please allow 2-4 weeks for delivery following purchase. Each museum-quality, archival photograph is hand-signed and numbered by Bernie.

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Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking at Rally, Soldier Field, Chicago, 1966 (Umbrellas)
Martin Luther King Jr., Speaking at Rally, Soldier Field, Chicago, 1966 (Umbrellas)