The collection consists of photographs and copy negatives assembled from a variety of sources, including PG 273 United Auto Workers, Local 45 Negatives (Western Reserve Historical Society), the Cleveland Press collection of Cleveland State University, and former Press photographer William S. Nehez. The photographs were used in an audiovisual presentation for the January 18, 1989 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration at the Western Reserve Historical Society. The bulk of photographs are views of Dr. King's visits to Cleveland, Ohio and portraits of program honorees from the 1989 Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebration.
Transparency of afternoon dress of cotton printed yellow, pink, olive, chartreuse, lavender and other colors. Tabby weave, white, printed with typical psychedelic design with 1.625" border. Knee length with round neckline on front and V-neckline in back. Sleeveless, A-line with dropped waistline. back zipper closure set off center to left. Bodice in three panels (two in back and one in front) fitted with long, curved darts from bust point to slightly above waist at hip. Skirt in front and back panels, neckline, center back closure, waistline and hem defined by printed border. Dress pieces to look as if printed 'en disposition.", MUS93.38.3
Gift of Mrs. L. N. Gross.