Large silver gelatin photograph of a KKK rally, inscribed in ink Phoenix, Arizona, Mar. 12, 1923, with nineteen hooded members on a hillside, with a large burning cross behind them, and a group of kneeling men with their left hands outstretched. The KKK was active in Arizona for just a few short years, from about 1921 to 1925, but in that short time they managed to instill widespread fear and anxiety in the hearts of citizens, influence state and local elections, and be the subject of many county and state investigations. 8" x 10".Competitive In-House shipping is available for this lot.
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