National Guard clears Linwood Avenue of Curfew Violators, Detroit, Michigan, July 23, 1967; Cops prepare to move in
Jacob Lawrence, The Migration Series: One of the Largest Race Riots Occurred in East St. Louis, 1940-41
Mostra della Rivoluzione Fascista (The Exhibition of the Fascist Revolution), Sala O, detail, Palazzo delle Esposizioni, Rome, 1932 to 1934.
Unknown, View of the Sun, August 9, 1908, 1908 [via SFMOMA]
Colonel Józef Piłsudski in front of the Governor’s Palace in Kielce, Ilustrowany Kurier Wojenny (“The Illustrated War Courier”) newspaper, December 5, 1914
World War I (July 28, 1914-November 11, 1918) brought the downfall of Poland’s three occupying empires and the establishment of the Second Polish Republic, of which Piłsudski was named head of state in 1918.
Francois Ignace Bonhommé, prise de la Barricade de la rue Fontaine au Roi et du faubourg du Temple, June 23, 1848
Ukrainian-American sculptor Eugenie Gershoy with her animal sculptures at the opening of her gallery exhibit, 225 W. 57 St., March 12, 1938 [via the Federal Art Project W.P.A., Photographic Division, and The Archives of American Art]
Pierre-Ambroise Richebourg, Barricades of the Paris Commune, April 1871. Near Hôtel de Ville and the Rue de Rivoli.