Friday, May 3, 1963


Bob Dylan interviewed by Studs Terkel

Studs Terkel's Wax Museum
source:  1963 Radio Interview
Hard Rain
Bob Dylan's Dream
Boots Of Spanish Leather
John Brown
Who Killed Davey Moore?
Blowin' In The Wind


On May 3 Charles Moore broke off from another assignment when radio reports out of Birmingham alerted him to the intensity of the events there. His pictures of the dog and water-cannon attacks were taken as soon as he arrived in town. They were published in the May 17 issue of Life, in an eleven-page lead story that ran under Moore's byline. While he was photographing, Moore was hit by a concrete block thrown from a roof, which damaged the tendons in his ankle. Limping painfully, he stayed on the job for several days, until he was arrested on May 7. After jumping bail the next day, he was forbidden to reenter Alabama, where he and his family resided, until the charges were eventually resolved.

(C) Charles Moore

1963 Chrysler Imperial

1963 Ad for Motorola TV illustrated by Charles Schridde
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