1969 antiwar protest

Unfinished History


1969 anti-Vietnam War demonstration at Baker and Fell, as seen from Baker and Page. Large building on left is former Southern Pacific Hospital, Panhandle in left foreground.

photo by H.K. Yuen, courtesy Eddie Yuen

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April 1969 anti-war march on Lombard Street.

Photos: Lonnie Robbins

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1967 Antiwar demonstrators protest in Central Park, march to UN building, included students and hippies and priests and nuns, burn draft cards, shouted confrontations with anti-antiwar marchers, prowar signs, Martin Luther King leads procession; another march in downtown San Francisco down Market Street to stadium, sponsored by loose coalition of left-wing anti-war groups, "President Johnson meanwhile let it be known that the FBI is closely watching all anti-war activity."- violence in Rome in night demonstration near US embassy, water jets used (partial newsreel)

Video: Universal Newsreel, courtesy Internet Archive

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