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    [Malcolm X]. Group of Ten Wire Photographs. Images include: February 14, 1965 - exiting his car at the place of his assassination one week later (8.25" x 7"); March 26, 1964 -speaking to reporters and predicting another march on Washington (8.5" x 7"); March 12, 1964 - sitting in an office leaning upon a desk (7" x 9"); February 4, 1965 - holding a camera outside of a church where he has just spoken in Selma, Alabama (6.25" x 9"); January 11, 1963 - walking with a crowd of men (8.5" x 6.75"); [March 26, 1964] - another angle of him speaking to reporters, predicting a march on Washington (7.75" x 5.5"); February 23, 1965 - the aftermath of a fire at the Black Muslim Mosque in New York City, two days after the murder of Malcolm X (10" x 8"); December 30, 1964 - seen leaving a radio station protected by police with shotguns after rumors on an attempt on his life (10" x 8"); June 4, 1963 - seen from the shoulders up, the Connecticut Capitol done in the background (8.25" x 6.25"); February 16, 1965 - seen just five days before his death, this images shows a close-up of his face while in Rochester, New York (8" x 10").

    Each photograph has a caption and all but three of the photos are stamped on the verso "United Press International Photo."

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