Image ID
ICHi-051750
Headline
Bobby Seale telling Judge Julius Hoffman how it felt to be bound and gagged at Chicago Eight Trial
Title (of Artwork/Object)
Bobby Seale telling Judge Julius Hoffman how It felt to be bound and gagged at Chicago Seven Trial
Date Depicted
November 3, 1969
Date Created
November 3, 1969
Creator
McMahon, Franklin
Creator Role
artist
Artwork/Object Depicted
watercolors (paintings)
Copyright Notice
© Franklin McMahon, Chicago Historical Society licensing agent, all rights reserved.
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-051750; Franklin McMahon, artist
Inventory Number
2007.140.135; 69T200
Storage Location
P&S
Acquisition Source
Purchased by the Chicago Historical Society
Max Pixels - Height
6316
Max Pixels - Width
5152
KEYWORDS
trials
Chicago Seven Trial, Chicago, Ill., 1969-1970
riots
conspiracy
courtrooms
Democratic National Convention (1968 : Chicago, Ill.)
Seale, Bobby, 1936-
2007.140.135
Hoffman, Julius J. (Julius Jennings), 1895-1983
Chicago (Ill.)
69T200
color
courtroom illustrations
radicalism
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ICHi-51750
bobby seale telling judge julius hoffman how it felt to be bound and gagged at chicago eight trial

Bobby Seale telling Judge Julius Hoffman how it felt to be bound and gagged at Chicago Eight Trial. Courtroom illustration by Franklin McMahon, graphite and watercolor on paper.

Bobby Seale telling Judge Julius Hoffman how it felt to be bound and gagged at Chicago Eight Trial. Courtroom illustration by Franklin McMahon, graphite and watercolor on paper.