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Acme Newspictures (New York, N.Y.)

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Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:

"Alfalfa Bill Admits Defeat", 1931-07-27

 Item
Identifier: 2006.012.13
Scope and Contents "Governor W.H. (Alfalfa Bill) Murray of Oklahoma, who packed a long horse pistol in his valise and dashed to Durant, Okla. to take command of the militia he had posted there to keep a toll bridge closed until the nearby free bridge over the Red River between his state and Texas is opened, has bowed to a federal injunction and withdrawn his troops. Alfalfa Bill is shown above in personal command of the Army on the toll bridge before he gave up the fight."
Dates: 1931-07-27

Busch Jewelry Company picketers, 1938-06-30

 Item
Identifier: 1981.008.4
Scope and Contents Photoghraph. Typed mimeograph caption pasted on verso reads: "Maintain Picket Line despite Injunction. New York City----Here are two of the four pickets who maiuntain their line in front of the Busch Jewelry Company Store here, despite an injunction forbidding such action by Surpreme Court Justice Salvatore A. Cotillo. A policeman on duty outside the store did nothing to interfere with the picketers, saying that he had received no orders. Meanwhile, an attorney for two of the unions...
Dates: Publication: 1938-06-30

Chief Bacon Rind, 1928-07-10

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 6
Identifier: 1975.006.3.Osage.008
Scope and Contents A woman identified as Mrs. Jerome Colvin and a man identified as Chief Bacon Rind stand in outside in front of a group of cars. Two unidentified men stand in the background near the cars.
Dates: 1928-07-10

John Stink, 1937-03-18

 Item — Box: 3, Folder: 6
Identifier: 1975.006.3.Osage.009

News wire photograph, 1943-06-25

 Item
Identifier: 1981.008.2
Scope and Contents News photograph. Mimeograph typed caption pasted on verso reads: "Social Amenities Forgotten! Los Angeles--Deputy sheriffs use club to force riot suspect into car inn downtown Los Angeles after new clashes betwen Zoot-Suiters, service men and police flared up during sixth day of undeclared war."
Dates: Publication: 1943-06-25

Protesting hunger, 1931-12-07

 Item
Identifier: 1981.008.8
Scope and Contents Large group of Hunger protestors, shouting their demands for unemployment relief, pictured marching outside Capitol Plaza. One marcher carries a plackard that reads "Tax the Rich for Unemployed Relief".
Dates: Publication: 1931-12-07