Signed, on reverse, in graphite, lower left: Leonard Freed; numbered, on reverse, in graphite, upper left: LFVNM-03; inscribed, on reverse, in graphite, center left: UNIQUE; numbered, on reverse, in graphite, center left: 70-23-12-6; inscribed, on reverse, in graphite, upper right facing left: 6000; stamped, on reverse, in black ink, center left: VINTAGE PRINT; stamped, on reverse, in black ink, lower left: c [encircled] Leonard Freed-Magnum; label, on reverse, upper right: Law Enforcement / POLICE WEAPONS & HOLDS; label, on reverse, printed, center right: MAGNUM [logo] / 72 West 45 Street, New York, New York 10036 / c [encircled] Leonard Freed-Magnum [stamped, in purple ink] USA / 1970 [in graphite] / City police of Washington D.C. equipped with gas masks and pistols for tear gas ready for action at a demonstration in Washington D.C. / 020 [stroke through]-23-12-6; several other labels and numbers
SART 17.9, The Photographer as Activist: Making Art Inspired by the Hood Museum's Collection, Virginia Beahan, Winter 2015
ANTH 73.01, Main Currents in Anthropology, Sienna Craig, Winter 2022
SOCY 2.01, Social Problems, Kristin Smith, Winter 2022
Sociology 2.01, Social Problems, Kristin Smith, Winter 2023
Ellen and Scott Osman and thier children Jake and Lily Osman, New York; given to the present collection, 2013.
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