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Page from the underground newspaper The Spectator describing the firebombing of The Black Market, along with photographs showing the damage. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid

Page from underground newspaper The Spectator showing images of the burned-out remains of The Black Market. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid

Cover of The Spectator depicting the bombed-out remains of The Black Market. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection number C67. Go to the finding aid

Newspaper editorial appealing for financial assistance for the owners of The Black Market in the wake of its firebombing.

Taken from IU Archives' reference file "Black Market Fire - Dec. 26, 1968."

Newspaper article describing the police investigation into the fire that destroyed The Black Market. Arson was quickly determined as the cause of the fire, with several members of the Ku Klux Klan arested in the aftermath.

Taken from IU Archives'…

Photograph depicting The Black Market after it was firebombed on December 26, 1968.

Taken from the IU News Bureau photograph collection, accession number 99/075.

Newspaper article describing the fire that destroyed The Black Market on December 26, 1968.

Taken from IU Archives' reference file "Black Market Fire - Dec. 26, 1968."

Advertisement for The Black Market printed in The Spectator. The shop specialized in African goods, clothing, Black literature and sound recordings, until it was firebombed on December 26, 1968. Taken from Spectator Records, 1966-1970, collection…

Photograph showing students conversing inside The Black Market. The shop specialized in African goods, clothing, Black literature and sound recordings, until it was firebombed on December 26, 1968.

Taken from the IU News Bureau photograph…

Photograph depicting Clarence "Rollo" Turner standing in front of his shop, The Black Market. The shop specialized in African goods, clothing, Black literature and sound recordings, until it was firebombed on December 26, 1968.

Taken from the IU…