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The Last Innocent Year: America in 1964 by Jon Margolis
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Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
Danny Lyon/Magnum Photos
F.I.L.M. Archives, Inc.
George Tames/The New York Times/Redux
G. William Jones Film and Video Collection at SMU
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Hodding Carter III
LBJ Presidential Library
Library of Congress
NBC Universal Archives
The Oakland Tribune Collection, the Oakland Museum of California
Oddball Film + Video
Producers Library Service Inc.
Ronald L. Enfield
Ronald Reagan Presidential Library
Senator Barry M. Goldwater Papers, Arizona State University Libraries
Southwest Film Archives
Streamline Films, Inc.
Ted Polumbaum/Newseum collection
Thomas Hoepker/Magnum Photos
Tom Kuykendall /Free Speech Movement Archives
UCLA Film & Television Archive
McCain Library and Archives, The University of Southern Mississippi
William Klein / ARTE France
Wisconsin Historical Society
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