A man stands on the roof of a house along Oread Avenue, a hot spot for civil unrest during the summer of 1970.
The Gaslight Tavern, which was where the Kansas Union parking garage is today, was where many radicals, hippies and street people would meet during 1970.
A group stands next to the blood-stained spot where Nick Rice died on July 20, 1970. Rice was shot when police fired into a crowd on Oread Avenue.
The spot on Oread Avenue where Nick Rice was shot when police fired into a crowd on July 20, 1970. The 18-year-old man from Leawood died.
The street where Nick Rice was killed on July 20, 1970 when police fired into a crowd. Rice's death was four days after Rick "Tiger" Dowdell was shot by a police officer and died.
George Kimball talks to a Lawrence police officer in front of a crowd that has gathered in the wake of Rick "Tiger" Dowdell's death.
During the summer of 1970, the Gaslight Tavern was a popular gathering spot for what was known as the street people.
In 1970, George Kimball (on right) ran for Douglas County Sheriff. At the time, Kimball was known as the leader of the street people, who were a collection of radicals, hippies and runaways that lived in the Oread neighborhood.
Highway Patrol Col. William Albott talks to young men on Oread Avenue in 1970. Following the deaths of Nick Rice and Tiger Dowdell, Albott's arrival to the neighborhood helped ease tensions.