The Vietnam War produced domestic unrest, especially on college campuses in America. This website is the history of the anti-war movement, focusing on the years 1967-1970, as seen through the papers of James Hester, president of New York University from 1962-1975. While this is not an encyclopedic look at the anti-war movement, it does provide a unique perspective on the events of the late 1960s.
(from the back of the photograph): Charles Lane, adjoining the N.W. corner of Washington Street, looking towards Perry Street. The little stable in the foreground is the easternmost building (there are no street numbers) on the north side of Charles Lane, and directly adjoined the rear of of the six-story building at 694 Washington Street, which…
The images in this digital presentation offer an extensive array of visual documentation-in portraits, scenes, and views-of the people, places, and…