Gallery view

1968 Jan. 19

Scherman, Rowland

Anti-Vietnam War marchers in the streets of Washington during the Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969 Sign fallen in the street read 'Are you rationalizing too?'

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968 Jan. 19

Scherman, Rowland

Anti-Vietnam War marchers in the streets of Washington during the Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969 Sign fallen in the street read 'Are you rationalizing too?'

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968

Scherman, Rowland

G.I.s for Peace march against the Vietnam War, the Washington Monument in the background: Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968 Jan. 19

Scherman, Rowland

Anti-Vietnam War marchers in the streets of Washington during the Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969 Sign fallen in the street read 'Are you rationalizing too?'

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968 Jan. 19

Scherman, Rowland

Anti-Vietnam War marchers in the streets of Washington during the Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969 Sign fallen in the street read 'Are you rationalizing too?'

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968 Jan. 19

Scherman, Rowland

Anti-Vietnam War marchers in the streets of Washington during the Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969 Sign fallen in the street read 'Are you rationalizing too?'

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968

Scherman, Rowland

G.I.s for Peace march against the Vietnam War, the Washington Monument in the background: Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968

Scherman, Rowland

Giant tent pitched on the National Mall with Committee of Returned Volunteers (CRV) and other anti-war protesters milling about, the Washington Monument in the background: Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968

Scherman, Rowland

G.I.s for Peace march against the Vietnam War, the Washington Monument in the background: Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1968 Jan. 19

Scherman, Rowland

Cameraman on the ground photographs anti-Vietnam War marchers in the streets of Washington during the Counter-inaugural demonstrations, 1969 Sign fallen in the street read 'Are you rationalizing too?'

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of the counter-inaugural demonstration opposing the War in Vietnam and inauguration of Richard Nixon as President, organized primarily by the National Mobilization Committee to End the War in Vietnam.

Rowland Scherman Collection