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Exhibit Design Since the Sixties

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Stacks of cardboard boxes make up an exhibit display

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Description

Large cardboard boxes stacked into at least six vertical towers display children's drawings and quotes. Among them are: "People said that Dr. King got shot in the face. I feel bad," "Mrs. King said My husband couldn't stand for this. He was man without violence," and a drawing of Martin Luther King's fineral at Ebeneezer Baptist Church, in crayon.

Date

1968

Location

Washington, D.C.

Discipline

Exhibits

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