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

  
LL/60797
ThumbnailDanny 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/60798
ThumbnailDanny 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/60799
ThumbnailDanny 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/60800
ThumbnailDanny 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/60801
ThumbnailDanny 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/60802
ThumbnailDanny 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/60803
ThumbnailDanny 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/60804
ThumbnailDanny 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 
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LL/60805
ThumbnailDanny 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 
11 
  
LL/60806
ThumbnailDanny 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 
12 
  
LL/60807
ThumbnailDanny 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 
13 
  
LL/60808
ThumbnailDanny 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 
14 
  
LL/60809
ThumbnailDanny 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 
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LL/60810
ThumbnailDanny 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 
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ThumbnailDanny 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 
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ThumbnailDanny 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 
18 
  
LL/60813
ThumbnailDanny 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 
19 
  
LL/60814
ThumbnailDanny 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 
20 
  
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ThumbnailDanny 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 

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