Interstate Commerce Commission Building You are viewing a one-of-a-kind photograph of Interstate Commerce Commission Building. It was made between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing. The photograph documents United States.
Dovey Johnson Roundtree is a civil rights activist, ordained minister, and attorney. She is noted for her 1955 victory before the Interstate Commerce Commission in the first bus desegregation case to be brought before the ICC resulted in the only explicit repudiation of the “separate but equal” doct...Dovey Johnson Roundtree is a civil rights activist, ordained minister, and attorney. She is noted for her 1955 victory before the Interstate Commerce Commission in the first bus desegregation…
Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Washington, D.C., 1924. "Interstate Commerce Commission building." Two doors down from the Jazz Age equivalent of the Apple Store. Note police call box with Bat Signal globe. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.
she opened the door before Rosa Parks, but no credit given??? 64 MCC 769 (1955) is a landmark civil rights case in the United States in which the Interstate Commerce Commission, in response to a bus segregation complaint filed in 1953 by a Women's Army Corps (WAC) private named Sarah Louise Keys, broke with adherence to the Plessy v. Ferguson separate but equal doctrine. The November 1955 ruling, publicly announced six days before Rosa Parks' historic defiance.
Washington, D.C., circa 1937. "U.S. Labor Department and Interstate Commerce Commission Building. Passageway between ICC and Departmental Auditorium sections." 8x10 acetate negative by Theodor Horydczak. |
Elisha Roosevelt sicketh the bears upon the bad boys of Wall Street Illustration shows Theodore Roosevelt standing on a hill in the background as two large bears labeled "Interstate Commerce Commission" and "Federal Courts" break-up a crowd of Wall Street capitalists and stock market manipulators, causing them to scatter in all directions.