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1964

Scherman, Rowland

Josh White performing in a coffeehouse White talking between songs

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of a performance by Scott McKenzie and Josh White, probably in Washington, D.C. Although the location and date are not recorded, it is likely these images date from relatively soon after the breakup of the Journeyman in 1964 and appear to have been taken at the Cellar Door Nightclub in Georgetown.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1964

Scherman, Rowland

Josh White performing in a coffeehouse White talking between songs

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of a performance by Scott McKenzie and Josh White, probably in Washington, D.C. Although the location and date are not recorded, it is likely these images date from relatively soon after the breakup of the Journeyman in 1964 and appear to have been taken at the Cellar Door Nightclub in Georgetown.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Apr. 17

Scherman, Rowland

Woman holding a cutout cardboard peace dove and a sign reading 'Stop the killing', marching with antiwar demonstrators standing in front of the White House during the March on Washington

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Feb. 5

Scherman, Rowland

Solange 'Nellie' Hertz: half-length portrait standing in front of a painted stone wall

Leesburg (Va.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Apr. 17

Scherman, Rowland

Woman holding a cutout cardboard peace dove and antiwar demonstrators standing in front of the White House during the March on Washington

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Feb. 5

Scherman, Rowland

Solange 'Nellie' Hertz: half-length portrait standing in front of a painted stone wall

Leesburg (Va.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Apr. 17

Scherman, Rowland

Woman holding a cutout cardboard peace dove and antiwar demonstrators standing in front of the White House during the March on Washington

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Feb. 5

Scherman, Rowland

Solange 'Nellie' Hertz and son seated at a table at home with a cup of coffee

Leesburg (Va.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Apr. 17

Scherman, Rowland

Woman holding a cutout cardboard peace dove and a sign reading 'Stop the killing', marching with antiwar demonstrators standing in front of the White House during the March on Washington

Washington (D.C.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection

1965 Feb. 5

Scherman, Rowland

Son of Solange and Gustav Hertz seated at a table, looking out the window

Leesburg (Va.) - From a series of images of Solange Hertz and the family of Gustav Hertz, a USAID official kidnapped near Saigon on February 2, 1965.

Rowland Scherman Collection