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1932: UNEMPLOYED PROTEST: Title card: "Father Cox's Army Reaches Capital To Petition Congress, Washington, D.C.", Father James A. Cox (1886-1951) leading hundreds of jobless men outside the Capital building. VS Orderly crowd in street, standing, waving hats. MS Father Cox standing with unidentified man. VS Men being fed food, hot beverages outside.

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  • Rights: Rights Managed
    • No Rights Restrictions
  • Clearance Status:
    • Talent Not Released
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  • Aspect: 4:3
  • Frame Rate: 29.97 fps
  • Frame Size: 720 x 486
  • Broadcast Standard: NTSC
  • Shot On: Other SD
  • Length: 00:00:55;13
  • Stored Online: QuickTime / Blackmagic 10-bit Uncompressed
  • Speed: Real Time
  • Color: Black and White
  • Film Available: No
  • Available As: Digital

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