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    • Title: The spectacle of racial turbulence in Birmingham : they fight a fire that won't go out / photographed for Life by Charles Moore.
      • Author: Moore, Charles, 1931-2010.
      • Description: p. 26-36 : chiefly ill. ; 35 cm
      • Citation: Brooklyn Museum Libraries. Special Collections
      • Imprint: Chicago : Time, Inc., 1963.
      • Date: 1963
      • Call Number: TR140 M78 Sp3
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