Image ID
ICHi-053992
Headline
Judge Julius Hoffman to William Kunstler at Chicago Seven (Chicago Eight) Trial: You speak of the Constitution as though it were a document printed yesterday....
Title (of Artwork/Object)
Judge Julius Hoffman to William Kunstler: You speak of the Constitution as though it were a document printe dyesterday... at Chicago Seven Trial
Date Depicted
October 13, 1969
Date Created
October 13, 1969
Creator
McMahon, Franklin
Creator Role
artist
Artwork/Object Depicted
handwritten note
Copyright Notice
© Franklin McMahon, Chicago Historical Society licensing agent, all rights reserved.
Credit Line
Chicago History Museum, ICHi-053992; Franklin McMahon, artist
Inventory Number
2007.140.166
Storage Location
P&S
Acquisition Source
Purchased by the Chicago Historical Society
Max Pixels - Height
4063
Max Pixels - Width
5001
KEYWORDS
2007.140.166
Chicago Eight
Franklin McMahon
trials
Chicago Seven Trial, Chicago, Ill., 1969-1970
conspiracy
riots
courtrooms
Democratic National Convention (1968 : Chicago, Ill.)
Kunstler, William M. (William Moses), 1919-1995
Hoffman, Julius J. (Julius Jennings), 1895-1983
Chicago (Ill.)
courtroom illustrations
radicalism
judge julius hoffman to william kunstler at chicago seven chicago eight trial you speak of the constitution as though it were a document printed yesterday

Hand-written quote of Judge Julius Hoffman statement to William Kunstler at Chicago Seven (Chicago Eight) Trial, as noted by courtroom artist Franklin McMahon: You speak of the Constitution as though it were a document printed yesterday. We know about the Constitution way out here in the Middle West too, Mr. Kunstler.

Hand-written quote of Judge Julius Hoffman statement to William Kunstler at Chicago Seven (Chicago Eight) Trial, as noted by courtroom artist Franklin McMahon: You speak of the Constitution as though it were a document printed yesterday. We know about the Constitution way out here in the Middle West too, Mr. Kunstler.

10/12/2010