Cutline of image published in New Pittsburgh Courier newspaper, February 18, 1967, pg. 24, reads: "Takes a Seat, Visits Pgh. - Georgia Legislator Julian Bond, who was twice kept from taking his seat in the Georgia Assembly, was seated as a result of a Supreme Court decision, in his case with hardly any trouble. He then came to Pittsburgh for a personal appearance and while here blasted the fact that there are no Negro members on almost all of the draft boards in the South and few in the North. He also was critical of the Congress stripping Powell of his House Education and Labor Committee chairmanship and the later's Harlem district of a representative among other things. - Harris Photo."