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Title
Athlete completing a broad jump, Los Angeles, 1982
Creator
Crowder, Guy, 1940-2011
Date Created and/or Issued
1982-08-07
Publication Information
California State University, Northridge
Contributing Institution
California State University, Northridge
Collection
Tom & Ethel Bradley Center Photographs
Rights Information
Use of images from the collections in the Tom & Ethel Bradley Center, beyond fair use, is strictly prohibited by law without prior written consent from the copyright holders. The responsibility for the use of these materials rests exclusively with the user.
The Tom & Ethel Bradley Center may assist in obtaining copyright/licensing permission to use images. http://www.csun.edu/bradley-center/contact
Description
An athlete performs a broad jump during the Jesse Owens Track Meet at UCLA's Drake Stadium.
Type
image
Format
image/jpeg
black-and-white negatives
Extent
35 mm
Identifier
11.06.GC.N35.B22.10.56.16
http://digital-collections.csun.edu/cdm/ref/collection/Bradley/id/15969
Subject
African Americans--California--Los Angeles--Sources
Broad jump
Track and field
Track and field athletes
African American athletes
Athletes
Athletic fields--California--Los Angeles
Spectators
Place
Los Angeles (Calif.)
Relation
11.06.GC.N35.B22.10.56.16.tif
Guy Crowder Collection
African American Photographs
California State University Northridge. University Library. Special Collections & Archives. Tom & Ethel Bradley Center

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