Pinback button for the 1963 Freedom March, 1963. Creator: Unknown.
The purpose of the 1963 March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom was to advocate for the civil and economic rights of African Americans. A white pin back button with blue text. In the upper third half of the button, in the middle, is a graphic of the dome of the United States Capitol. Around the outside edge of the face is text on the top and bottom, curving with the edges. The text reads: [NATIONAL MARCH FOR FREEDOM / I WAS THERE / AUG. 28, 1963 / WASHINGTON, D. C.]. On the reverse are two small white stickers with the numbers  and  respectively and a pin with a fastener.
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26,2Mo (836,1Ko) / 25,5cm x 25,7cm / 3015 x 3032 (300dpi)