About This Photo
Photograph showing Alabama Governor George Wallace standing defiantly at a door while being confronted by Deputy U.S. Attorney General Nicholas Katzenbach. Alabama University was being forced to integrate but Wallace did everything he could to try to block schools from integrating during the Civil Rights movement era. This historic photo dates to June 11, 1963.
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About our Print Sizes
Prints are available in a variety of sizes: 5x7, 8 x 10, 16 x 20, 17 x 22 and 24 x 36.
- 5x7 - 5x7 prints are borderless prints on archival quality matte paper.
- 8x10 - 8x10 prints are printed on Moab gallery quality glossy paper with no borders.
- 16x20 - 16x20 prints are printed on archival quality luster paper with a 1" border to allow for matting/framing.
- 17x22 - 17x22 prints are printed on archival quality glossy paper with a 1" margin to allow for matting/framing.
- 24x36 - 24x36 prints are printed on a heavy semi-matte paper with a 1" - 3" border, depending on photo.
- Panoramics - Panoramics are printed on archival quality glossy paper with a 1" - 3" border, depending on photo.
About High Res Digital Files
Need a digital stock photography file for use in your print/digital projects? Select the high res digital file option and we will email you instructions to download a digital tiff file. Prints that are available as digital downloads are public domain photos with no copyright restrictions.
Canvas Prints: Our fine art Giclee on canvas prints have been museum-wrapped around 1.5" wood stretcher bars, and finished with handpainted black edges.
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