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Injured at World's Fair: New York: - Robert P. Mackey, vice president of the Belgian Village at the New York World's Fair, displays bandage covering an injury he says he received when he was beaten up by Fair police while trying to break up a brawl May 9


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American (New York, New York 1945 - 1984 St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands)
Injured at World's Fair: New York: - Robert P. Mackey, vice president of the Belgian Village at the New York World's Fair, displays bandage covering an injury he says he received when he was beaten up by Fair police while trying to break up a brawl May 9th. Mackey said, May 11th, he and the exhibit's president, Robert Straile, were assaulted by Pinkerton Guards during a scuffle involving two of the guards and four unidentified men. Mackey was hospitalized as a result of the brawl., May 1965
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American
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20th century
Creation Place: New York City, New York, United States
Gelatin silver print
25.6 x 19.9 cm (10 1/16 x 7 13/16 in.)
Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gift of Barbara Robinson
, 2007.184.1.43
Department of Photographs
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