The modern 10th Cavalry visited Lt. William M. Dunn (center), veteran of the original U.S. Army unit. Dunn joined the 10th Cavalry, known as the "Buffalo Soldiers" in 1898. The 94 year old ex-horse soldier was one of 17 men who won field commissions during the Spanish American War. The 10th Cavalry was re-created by a group of young men with authentic uniforms, riding, and preparing to appear in a motion picture. Institute for Arts and Media Photographs.
Robert Kennedy presidential campaign hat, 1968. Kennedy visited San Fernando Valley State College (now CSUN) in March, 1968, just three months before his assassination. SFVSC was a campaign stop for many national politicians in the 1960s and was particularly active during the 1968 campaign year. CSUN University Digital Archives.
A group of people marching in support of striking farm workers. One man carries a United Farm Workers (UFW) flag, while others hold signs reading "We are Strikers" (Somos Huelgistas) and "The Strike is on and Growing.