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Marshall discusses violence in the Freedom Rides during 1961, negotiations with the governors and public safety officials of Alabama and Mississippi to ensure safety of the riders; arrests of the riders, and the eventual desegregation of bus facilities.
Porcelain figurine of a rider of the Spanish Riding Academy in Vienna dressed in a red tunic mounted on a white horse. Horse is portrayed in a rearing position.
Rectangular shaped chest with relief depictions of medals originally minted by the Paris Mint on the 4 sides and lid. The medallions of George Washington in profile and Riders overlooking Boston are from a medallion commissioned by the American Congress in 1787 commemorating the liberation of Boston from the British occupation. The Latin legend is...
Camels carrying riders walk across the field of Fortress Stadium during the Ninth Annual Pakistani National Horse and Cattle Show (attended by First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy) in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan.
The casket of President John F. Kennedy arrives at the North Portico of the White House for the funeral procession to the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle; the flag-draped casket of President Kennedy is borne by a horse-drawn caisson. Honor guard horse riders include: Richard Pace, James Stinton, and Charles Wade. Mourners and members of the co...
Honor guard horse riders, bearing the casket of President John F. Kennedy, arrive at the North Portico of the White House for the funeral procession to the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle. Riders include: Richard Pace, James Stinton, and Charles Wade. Mourners and members of the color guard line the North Lawn driveway. White House, Washington...
Honor guard horse riders, bearing the casket of President John F. Kennedy, arrive at the White House for the funeral procession of President John F. Kennedy to the Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle. Riders include: Richard Pace, James Stinton, and Charles Wade; a member of the United States Navy color guard holds a flag at left. North Lawn drive...
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