|Advertisement for 69 CR180, 1971
Using reproductions of Frank McMahon's courtroom drawings, the Artists Guild of Chicago advertised the release of a film by Marv Gold about the 1969 Chicago Conspiracy Trial. McMahon's renderings captured the drama of several pivotal moments of the mid-twentieth century, including the 1955 trial of those accused in the murder of Chicagoan Emmett Till.
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