Checked content

File:Muhammad Ali NYWTS.jpg

,m m l j;jikl;' 454


English: Bust portrait of Muhammad Ali, World Journal Tribune photo by Ira Rosenberg
Date 1967
US-LibraryOfCongress-BookLogo.svg This image is available from the United States Library of Congress's Prints and Photographs division under the digital ID cph.3c15435.
This tag does not indicate the copyright status of the attached work. A normal copyright tag is still required. See Commons:Licensing for more information.

Author Ira Rosenberg


Public domain This photograph is a work for hire created prior to 1968 by a staff photographer at New York World-Telegram & Sun. It is part of a collection donated to the Library of Congress. Per the deed of gift, New York World-Telegram & Sun dedicated to the public all rights it held for the photographs in this collection upon its donation to the Library. Thus, there are no known restrictions on the usage of this photograph.

Photographs in this collection other than those identified by such stamps as "World-Telegram photo" or "World-Telegram photo by Ed Palumbo" might not be in the public domain. Works within the collection may be attributed to other news services that retain copyright, works of the U.S. government that are in the public domain, or works with no attribution for which copyright cannot be determined

For more information consult Rights and Restrictions on New York World-Telegram & Sun Collection.

VI seal
Valued image

This image has been assessed under the valued image criteria and is considered the most valued image on Commons within the scope: Muhammad Ali (Cassius Clay). You can see its nomination at Commons:Valued image candidates/Muhammad Ali NYWTS.jpg.

The following pages on Schools Wikipedia link to this image (list may be incomplete):

What is Schools Wikipedia?

Schools Wikipedia was created by children's charity SOS Children. More than 2 million people benefit from the global charity work of SOS Childrens Villages, and our work in 133 countries around the world is vital to ensuring a better future for vulnerable children. If you'd like to help, why not learn how to sponsor a child?