Al Malpa Ephemera

ephemera00

1976 AP Wire Photos Vietnam Protest at St. Patrick's Cathedral

1976 AP Wire Photos Vietnam Protest at St. Patrick's Cathedral

45.00

This 1967 photo was taken by an AP photographer in New York City. The cutline attached to the back reads: “(NY11) NEW YORK – Jan. 22 – PROTEST AT ST. PATRICK’S CATHEDRAL – Placard-carrying demonstrators march on New York’s Fifth Avenue, left, across from St. Patrick’s Cathedral today protesting U.S. involvement in the Vietnam war. Plainclothes policemen, right, meanwhile escort some of the 23 persons who demonstrated inside the church where they interrupted a solemn high mass by displaying ‘Thou shalt not kill’ posters. Demonstration was against Francis Cardinal Spellman’s remarks that anything but U.S. victory was unthinkable. (APWirephoto) (s11440stf-hh) 1967.”

Also on the back is handwritten: Riots and Demonstrations 1967 New York” and “NY11 1-22-67” and stamped, “Plain Dealer Library Jan. 23 ’67 and Jan. 27 1967 and PD Dec. 19 ’76.”

The photo ran in several newspapers around the country, including the News-Messenger, Fremont, Ohio, on Jan. 24, 1967 (shown here).

Condition: Excellent. No flaws. 10 x 7 inches.

#370

Add To Cart