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Nashville arrest records, photos of civil rights icon found

This combination of photographs provided by the Nashville Police Department shows recently discovered never-before-published photos of civil rights icon John Lewis' arrest while leading an effort to desegregate the city's lunch counters in the early 1960's in Nashville. Mayor Megan Barry surprised Lewis with the records Saturday, Nov. 19, 2016, while he was on stage at the Nashville Public Library to receive a literary award. (Nashville Police Department via AP) Source: The Associated Press

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — When civil rights icon John Lewis returned to Nashville this weekend, he was greeted just like he was more than 50 years ago — with a mug shot and an arrest record.

But this time, it was in a museum.

Officials in

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