Marian Anderson sings at Lincoln Memorial in 1939
Washington's prominent figures listen to Marian Anderson's singing at the Lincoln Memorial in Washington, D.C. on April 9, 1939. Behind Marian Anderson, the heroic statue of Lincoln; beside her, Cabinet members and Senators; before her a crowd of 75,000 black and white listeners. Harris & Ewing, photographer.
Image ID: 002039
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Image keywords: 1900s, 20th-century, African Americans, Americas, Arts-Humanities, Daughters of the American Revolution, discrimination, Education-Social Issues, Eon5516, EonBargain, Lincoln Memorial, Marian Anderson, Modern-Industrial, opera, People, Photographs, racism, singers, United States, Washington DC, women