Record Album, "March on Washington: The Official Album," 1963

Summary

More than 250,000 civil rights advocates -- both African American and white -- showed up at this peaceful march on August 28, 1963, to support unity, jobs, and a new Civil Rights bill being proposed by President Kennedy. This LP record includes speeches by ten Civil Rights leaders heard at the Lincoln Memorial that day.

More than 250,000 civil rights advocates -- both African American and white -- showed up at this peaceful march on August 28, 1963, to support unity, jobs, and a new Civil Rights bill being proposed by President Kennedy. This LP record includes speeches by ten Civil Rights leaders heard at the Lincoln Memorial that day.

Material

Cardboard
Polyvinyl chloride
Paper (Fiber product)

Dimensions

Height: 12.25 in

Width: 12.25 in

Inscriptions

MARCH ON WASHINGTON / THE OFFICIAL ALBUM / DESIGNATED BY THE CHAIRMEN OF THE "BIG TEN" ORGANIZATIONS

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