Feb 21, 2019 - Sale 2499

Sale 2499 - Lot 305

Estimate: $ 2,000 - $ 3,000
PAUL CONKLIN (active 1960s-70s)
Group of 19 photographs of demonstrations, many of them anti-war protests, with others protests by Yippies, SDS members, radicals, religious protestors, Civil Rights activists, and an anti-anti-Vietnam protest.
Silver press prints, the images measuring 5 1/2x10 to 9x7 inches and the reverse (14x25.4 to 22.9x17.8 cm.), the sheets slightly larger, with an agency hand stamp and photographer's credit, a caption, and notations, in an unknown hand, on verso. 1965-72

WITH--Group of 4 images of Mario Savio, the leader of the Free Speech Movement at UC Berkeley by Michael Gregory. Silver prints, the images measuring 9x7 inches (22.9x17.8 cm.), and the reverse, with hand stamps and and notations on verso. 1964

Additional Details

A strong group of photographs that demonstrates Conklin's talents as a photojournalist, particularly his quick visual instincts.