Image ID
ICHi-040026
Headline
View of businesses looted during the West Side riots after the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr.
Date Depicted
April 1968
Creator
Sister Julia of Marillac House
Creator Role
photographer
Artwork/Object Depicted
photographic prints
Copyright Notice
© Chicago Historical Society, published on or before 2014, all rights reserved
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-040026; photograph by Sister Julia of Marillac House
Inventory Number
CH_01369; 1987.51
Storage Location
West Side riots (Chicago) photograph collection
Acquisition Source
Gift of Marillac House, 1972
Max Pixels - Height
1428
Max Pixels - Width
2068
KEYWORDS
African Americans
people
color
Chicago (Ill.)
West Side
riots
Jackson Boulevard
view of businesses looted during the west side riots after the assassination of martin luther king jr

Views of looted businesses during the West Side riots after the assassination of Martin Luth King Jr., Chicago, Illinois, April 1968. Photographed in the vicinity of Marillac House, a community center at 2822 West Jackson Boulevard.

Views of looted businesses during the West Side riots after the assassination of Martin Luth King Jr., Chicago, Illinois, April 1968. Photographed in the vicinity of Marillac House, a community center at 2822 West Jackson Boulevard.