The juxtaposition of the two signs -- "Die-In" and "First Aid" seemed appropriate to the demonstration.
The number of protestors appeared to be on the close order of 5,000. Large, but not huge.
Lady "Liberty" at the rally check-in near the White House. She had at least one interview while waiting for the march to begin, but was not in evidence during the march itself.
Traffic was busy at the Viet Nam wall. This was taken about noon, before the anti-war march to the Capitol building was to begin. Rolling Thunder was very much in evidence to protect the wall from vandalism.