When Americans celebrate Black History, especially when it has anything to do with the March on Washington, it's often an innocent girl's face they see — in textbooks, on calendars, on brochures.

The photo of this little girl was taken by a freelance photographer working for the U.S. government. The original is stored in the National Archives, where for decades its caption identified the girl simply as a "young child in March on Washington."

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