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[Elijah Muhammad addressing an assembly of Muslim followers] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

'It really takes guts to stick' This scene occurred at Fulton St. and Nostrand Ave., in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant section today World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson

[Police in Harlem standing on the street with guns drawn and pointing upwards during the July 1964 race riots] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Detective examines burned out police car on Herkimer St. and Nostrand Ave. as the Harlem rioting fanned out to Brooklyn last night / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Bayard Rustin, half-length portrait, listens to unidentified man] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Elijah Muhammad standing behind microphones at podium] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Part of crowd in Harlem chants and taunts police on Lenox Ave. last night / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

There was time for fun and games last night near W. 123rd police station / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Elijah Muhammad addresses followers including Cassius Clay] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

A freighter glows in Brooklyn but Manhattan's skyline is shrouded in darkness / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Marchers carrying banner lead way as 15,000 parade in Harlem / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Interior view of Audubon ballroom where Malcolm X was shot] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[James Farmer, three-quarter length portrait, speaking before microphones outside Hotel Theresa] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Outside a muslim office in New York] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Exterior view of home of Malcolm X, in foreground remains of charred furniture] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

President Johnson go to Selma now! / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Mstislav Rostropovich, half-length portrait, with Bolshoi opera star Galina Vishnevskaya] / World-Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Bullet holes in back of stage where Malcom X was shot / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson .

[Seated left to right: Bayard Rustin, Andrew Young, Rep. William Fitts Ryan, James Farmer, and John Lewis] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Beatles press conference, Friday evening, Hotel Warwick, 6th Ave. & W. 54th St. / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Crowd pleasers Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Davis Jr. in good spirits as they attended the premiere of "The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd," at the Shubert Theater World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson

[Bystanders, including girl in traditional Greek dress, enjoying parade] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

This is where Malcolm X was standing when assassins struck--Note bullet holes in rostrum / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

Arrow shows blood stain on stage of Audubon ballroom where Malcolm X was shot / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

[Bayard Rustin, half-length portrait, facing front, microphones in foreground] / World Telegram & Sun photo by Stanley Wolfson.

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