Bill Claycomb

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Bill Claycomb
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Boycotts -- Pictorial works -- Colorado -- Wheat Ridge ( lcsh )
Boycotts ( lctgm )
Arrest (Police methods) -- Pictorial works ( lcsh )
Law enforcement ( lctgm )
Anger -- Pictorial works ( lcsh )
Confrontations ( lctgm )
Shouting ( lctgm )
Anger ( lctgm )
Sheriffs -- Pictorial works -- Colorado -- Wheat Ridge ( lcsh )
Sheriffs -- Colorado ( lctgm )
Pictorial works -- Wheat Ridge (Colo.) ( lcsh )
Wheat Ridge (Colo.) -- 1970-1980
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Jefferson County Colorado sheriff's officers restrain Bill Claycomb, one of seventeen picketers arrested at Applejack Wine and Spirits, 3320 Youngfield Street in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Claycomb yells at the officers.
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Content derived from inventory prepared by Dana EchoHawk.
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Title derived from inventory.
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From inventory: "Bill Claycomb was one of seventeen picketers arrested in 1975 at Applejack Wine and Spirits in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. Applejacks was the largest remaining distributor of Gallo wine in the Denver metro area. Picketing Applejacks resulted in numerous arrests during a campaign that lasted over a period of months. One of the arrests was a Catholic nun who later won a lawsuit for $25,000 in damages against Jefferson County. Applejack's never removed Gallo wine from its shelves. (Source Mike Wilzoch)."
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708661923 ( OCLC )