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  • Collection: Civil Rights Library Resources

Demonstrators walk onto a whites-only beach to show support for integration.

Police with dogs guard the June 23, 1964 wade in at St. Augustine Beach

J. B. Stoner, segregationist from Atlanta, Ga., center left, holds a confederate flag as he addresses a large crowd of whites at a slave market and…

Demonstrating African American youths, keep their distance from a snarling police dog, during an integration demonstration at a hotel, March 31, 1964,…

Black demonstrators sing and clap as they are herded into a group by a police officer and a dog at the jail in St. Augustine, Florida, April 1, 1964.

Two policemen, one holding a dog by a leash, break up racial demonstrations, March 31, 1964, St. Augustine, Fla. Scores of persons were arrested.…

The image of the newspaper details the many events planned for St. Augustine's 400th Anniversary of it's founding. The image features other images…

The image is a snapshot of the chaotic streets of downtown St. Augustine during the night of the city's 400th Anniversary of it's founding. As many…

In the photo above, people can be seen walking around St. George street outside of the Old Spanish Inn. The lady on the balcony can be seen wearing an…

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