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LL/60848
Danny Lyon
Book cover for Danny Lyon, 1981, Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement, (Aperture)
1981
Book cover
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60848

1 of 52
LL/60797
Danny Lyon
Danville, Virginia,. James Forman, like many of the SNCC field staff, was a powerful stump speaker. Here he works the crowd at the Danville mass meeting. An hour later he will be searched by police holding shotguns and automatic weapons.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60797 [Further details available]

2 of 52
LL/60798
Danny Lyon
Nashville, Tennessee. Left: Joy Reagon, Jessie Harris, Center: Peggy Dammond, Sam Block Right: Dorie Ladner
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60798 [Further details available]

3 of 52
LL/60799
Danny Lyon
Atlanta, Georgia. Ruby Doris Smith, James Forman, Marion Barry, and Sam Shirah at the SNCC Washington conference shortly after Kennedy’s death.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60799 [Further details available]

4 of 52
LL/60800
Danny Lyon
Albany, Georgia. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., and Reverend Ralph Abernathy are escorted from the courthouse back to jail in Albany.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60800 [Further details available]

5 of 52
LL/60801
Danny Lyon
Atlanta, Georgia. Ella Baker, who called the 1960 meeting of student activists in Raleigh, North Carolina, that created SNCC.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963-1964
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60801 [Further details available]

6 of 52
LL/60802
Danny Lyon
Birmingham, Alabama. The morning after the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, heavily armed members of the Alabama Highway Patrol make a show of force near the church.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60802 [Further details available]

7 of 52
LL/60803
Danny Lyon
The March on Washington.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963, 28 August
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60803 [Further details available]

8 of 52
LL/60804
Danny Lyon
Albany, Georgia. Ralph Allen taking an affidavit from Carolyn Daniels In Terrill County.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60804 [Further details available]

9 of 52
LL/60805
Danny Lyon
Danville, Virginia. Dottie Miller, who lost her shoes to high-pressure fire hoses after being clubbed, gives an affidavit to James Forman, the SNCC Executive Secretary.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60805 [Further details available]

10 of 52
LL/60806
Danny Lyon
Selma, Alabama. James Baldwin addresses a packed mass meeting on Freedom Day.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60806 [Further details available]

11 of 52
LL/60807
Danny Lyon
Albany, Georgia. Danny Lyon in front of the movement office in Albany. Georgia in the summer of 1962.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962, Summer
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60807 [Further details available]

12 of 52
LL/60808
Danny Lyon
Nashville, Tennessee. John Lewis in Nashville.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1964, Fall
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60808 [Further details available]

13 of 52
LL/60809
Danny Lyon
Birmingham, Alabama. Jimmy Hicks, Julian Bond, John Lewis, and Jeremiah X stand across the street from the bombed church.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60809 [Further details available]

14 of 52
LL/60810
Danny Lyon
Atlanta, Winter. A Toddle House in Atlanta has the distinction of being occupied during a sit-in by some of the most effective organizers in America when the SNCC staff and supporters take a break from a conference to demonstrate.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963-1964
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60810 [Further details available]

15 of 52
LL/60811
Danny Lyon
Selma, Alabama. Sheriff Jim Clark arrests two demonstrators who displayed placards on the steps of the federal building in Selma.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60811 [Further details available]

16 of 52
LL/60812
Danny Lyon
Selma, Alabama. Sherriff Jim Clark arrests two demonstrators who displayed placards on the steps of the federal building in Selma.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60812 [Further details available]

17 of 52
LL/60813
Danny Lyon
The March on Washington. As the march ends, SNCC members and friends defiantly gather to sing freedom songs.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963, 28 August
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60813 [Further details available]

18 of 52
LL/60814
Danny Lyon
Cambridge, Maryland. Clifford Vaughs, a SNCC photographer, is arrested by the National Guard.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1964
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60814 [Further details available]

19 of 52
LL/60815
Danny Lyon
Atlanta. One of the high school student Taylor Washington’s numerous arrests is immortalized as he yells while passing before me (Danny Lyon).
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963-1964, Winter
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60815 [Further details available]

20 of 52
LL/60816
Danny Lyon
Cairo, Illinois. The public swimming pool has been changed into a "private pool" in order to remain segregated.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60816 [Further details available]

21 of 52
LL/60817
Danny Lyon
Danville, Virginia. A crowd watches the demonstrators returning to the city hall steps.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60817 [Further details available]

22 of 52
LL/60818
Danny Lyon
Nashville, Tennessee. Demonstration at a Tic Toc restaurant: Lester MacKinney, Bernice Reagon, and John O’Neal.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60818 [Further details available]

23 of 52
LL/60819
Danny Lyon
Birmingham, Alabama. Crowds wait along the funeral route (for the four girls killed in the bombing of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church).
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60819 [Further details available]

24 of 52
LL/60820
Danny Lyon
Oxford, Mississippi. Waiting for James Meredith, the first African American to register at the University of Mississippi. This image also became a popular SNCC poster, with the slogan “Is he protecting you?”
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60820 [Further details available]

25 of 52
LL/60821
Danny Lyon
Savannah, Georgia. In Savannah, hundreds of young people were going to jail in a movement led by Hosea Williams of the SCLC. Here, police arrest whites who are harassing demonstrators.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60821 [Further details available]

26 of 52
LL/60822
Danny Lyon
Hattiesburg, Mississippi. Fannie Lou Hamer, sharecropper from a family of twenty children, evicted from her home for applying to register to vote...
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1964
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60822 [Further details available]

27 of 52
LL/60823
Danny Lyon
Ruleville, Mississippi. The Mississippi Freedom Democratic party was created in 1964 as an alternative to the regular state parties, from which blacks were excluded.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1964
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60823 [Further details available]

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LL/60824
Danny Lyon
The Leesburg, Georgia Stockade. Arrested for demonstrating in Americus, teenage girls are kept in a stockade in the countryside near Leesburg.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60824 [Further details available]

29 of 52
LL/60825
Danny Lyon
Mississippi. After giving a concert in a cotton field in Greenwood, Bob Dylan plays behind the SNCC office.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60825 [Further details available]

30 of 52
LL/60826
Danny Lyon
Birmingham, Alabama. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. just before he speaks at Birmingham.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60826 [Further details available]

31 of 52
LL/60827
Danny Lyon
Albany, Georgia. Segregated drinking fountains in the county courthouse in Albany, Georgia.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60827 [Further details available]

32 of 52
LL/60828
Danny Lyon
Birmingham, Alabama. The SNCC workers outside the funeral of the girls murdered in the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing: Emma Bell, Dorie Ladner, Dona Richards, Sam Shirah, and Doris Derby.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60828 [Further details available]

33 of 52
LL/60829
Danny Lyon
Selma, Alabama. The Freedom Choir in the Tabernacle Baptist Church. High school students and children helped start the Selma movement.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60829 [Further details available]

34 of 52
LL/60830
Danny Lyon
Cairo, Illinois. SNCC (Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee) field secretary, later SNCC Chairman, now Congressman John Lewis, and others pray during a demonstration.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60830 [Further details available]

35 of 52
LL/60831
Danny Lyon
Birmingham, Alabama. The windows of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, where four fourteen-year-old girls were killed by a KKK bomb.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60831 [Further details available]

36 of 52
LL/60832
Danny Lyon
Mississippi. The road to Yazoo City.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60832 [Further details available]

37 of 52
LL/60833
Danny Lyon
Danville, Virginia. The mass meeting In Danville is so crowded that it overflows out into the yard. When word arrives that heavily armed police and an armored vehicle are waiting up the road, the crowd disperses, leaving the SNCC workers to exit last.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60833 [Further details available]

38 of 52
LL/60834
Danny Lyon
Mississippi. A House in the Mississippi Delta.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60834 [Further details available]

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LL/60835
Danny Lyon
Danville, Virginia. Bob Zellner, Bernice Reagon, Cordell Reagon, Dottie Miller (Zellner), and Avon Rollins.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60835 [Further details available]

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LL/60836
Danny Lyon
Cairo, Illinois. Demonstrations at an "all white" swimming pool in Cairo, Illinois.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60836 [Further details available]

41 of 52
LL/60837
Danny Lyon
Atlanta, Winter. As demonstrators block traffic to protest segregation and unfair hiring practices in downtown Atlanta, a mob begins to abuse them with kicks, blows and burning cigarettes.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963-1964
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60837 [Further details available]

42 of 52
LL/60838
Danny Lyon
Selma, Alabama. Entrance to the City Cafe.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60838 [Further details available]

43 of 52
LL/60839
Danny Lyon
Birmingham, Alabama.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60839 [Further details available]

44 of 52
LL/60840
Danny Lyon
Albany, Georgia. The first sit-in arrests Lyon sees and photographs are those of Eddie Brown, a former Albany gang leader… who volunteered to be arrested for the photographs.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60840 [Further details available]

45 of 52
LL/60841
Danny Lyon
Jackson, Mississippi. A year after the Freedom Rides, segregation signs still stand outside the Jackson, Mississippi bus terminal.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962, September
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60841 [Further details available]

46 of 52
LL/60842
Danny Lyon
Albany, Georgia. A street in Albany.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1962
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60842 [Further details available]

47 of 52
LL/60843
Danny Lyon
Georgia. Charles Sherrod (standing at right) and Randy Battle (seated) visit a supporter In the Georgia countryside. Sherrod married there and thirty years later is still in southwest Georgia, a member of the Albany City Council.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60843 [Further details available]

48 of 52
LL/60844
Danny Lyon
Cambridge, Maryland. tokely Carmichael and the Maryland National Guard.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1964
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60844 [Further details available]

49 of 52
LL/60845
Danny Lyon
Savannah, Georgia. Arrests in Savannah.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60845 [Further details available]

50 of 52
LL/60846
Danny Lyon
Atlanta, Winter. Arrests during mass demonstrations downtown.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963-1964, Winter
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60846 [Further details available]

51 of 52
LL/60847
Danny Lyon
Mississippi. The Clarksdale, Mississippi police pose for a photograph as ministers from the National Council of Churches march to the local church.
[Memories of the Southern Civil Rights Movement]
1963
Gelatin silver print
11 x 14 ins / 16 x 20 ins
 
Etherton Gallery
 
LL/60847 [Further details available]

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