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Guide to the Free Speech Movement Photographs Collection, 1964-1984, bulk 1964
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President Clark Kerr speaking in the Greek Theatre
Surrounding a University police car in Sproul Hall Plaza on October 1, demonstrators listen to Mario Savio (standing on car roof) protest arrest of Jck Weinberg. Weinberg remained in the stranded car for 32 hours, until an agreement between President Kerr and protest leaders ended demonstration.
View of students in Sproul Plaza surrounding police car, October 1, 1964. Mario Savio speaking from roof of car.
View of students surrounding police car in Sproul Plaza at midnight, October 1-2, 1964.
It was on November 20 that Mario Savio and other student protestors marched through Sather Gate toward Regents meeting.
Rick Davis interviewing Joan Baez in Sproul Hall.
Art Goldberg at microphone, Tom Collins of Daily Californian to the right in glasses, and Professor John Searle holding papers.
View of students seated in Sproul Plaza.
View of crowd in Sproul Plaza with Student Union in background.
Students seated in Sproul Plaza.
Rally at Sproul Hall, with "Campus Women for Peace" table in foreground.
View of Mario Savio on steps of Sproul Hall.
View of march on campus near Agriculture Hall.
Mario Savio during University Meeting on Monday, December 7.
View of rally in Sproul Plaza.
Joan Baez on Sproul Hall steps. Ira Sandperl on right.
Faces of Protest: Student pickets support the student-faculty strike protesting demonstrators' arrests on Dec. 7.
View of pickets with signs on Bancroft Way at Telegraph Avenue.
Mario Savio in the Greek Theatre.
Crowd filling Sproul Plaza, December 7th.
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