Come on in! Join Pinterest only takes like a second or so.

More like this: civil rights, cold case and police.
Visit Site
Wade Kwon
Wade Kwon • 1 year ago

Records discovery could solve 50-year-old Birmingham civil rights era bombing case

Related Pins

16th Street Baptist Church, Birmingham, AL. Visited in the summer of '09 during a trip for the National Speech and Debate tournament. An incredibly powerful place and the site of a tragic bombing in the 1960's Civil Right's Era.

Debbie Clark, Pasco city clerk, inspects a box of city council agenda packets that Franklin County resident Roger Lenk has requested to exam...

Capt. James Agee of the St. Albans Police Department pores over old arrest records from the 1940s, '50s, '60s and '70s. City police are getting ready to transfer the old paper files to computer.

1950s-1960s | Kentucky Women in the Civil Rights Era #inspiring

Boyd Barber, a 20-year employee of the Washington State Archives, pulls files from the stacks of boxes at the State Records Center on Wednes...

Thousands of boxes of state records are stacked high at the 47,000-square-foot State Records Center in Olympia. The building houses active r...

Lincolnshire Police, along with forces in Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, are the first in England to have all paper fingerprint records entirely digitised over the next few weeks.

Workers start to unload piles of files compiled by Romania's former communist regime's Securitate secret police from a truck at the headquar...