Civil rights -- United States.
Found in 12 Collections and/or Records:
This collection is a compilation of various materials relating to the Civil Rights Movement in the South.
Letter dated December 7, 1964 to Crawford & Co., Inc. in Madison, Wisconsin from The Friends of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), soliciting contributions for SNCC's Mississippi Project.
This collection is comprised mainly of materials that document Erle Johnston's personal life and professional activities from approximately 1922 through his death in 1995. The Erle Johnston Papers should be beneficial to any researcher interested in the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi, as well as the political history of Mississippi in the twentieth century. The collection also provides insight into the life and personality of an important Mississippian.
Black and white prints taken by Rev. John B. Maurer during Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964. Rev. Maurer is a Presbyterian minister who served as a Freedom Summer volunteer in Panola County, Mississippi. The photographs were taken in Batesville and Crenshaw (in Panola County), Holly Springs (Marshall County) and Ruleville (Sunflower County).
This collection contains a complete set (number 16 of 25) of Charles Moore’s “Pictures That Made a Difference: The Civil Rights Movement.” The set includes 12 framed and matted photographs (Box 2, 3, 4, and 5) taken throughout the South between 1958-1965 and a framed and matted introductory description of the limited edition set (Box 1). Each photograph is numbered and signed by Mr. Moore.
Three lithographs of Civil Rights workers killed in the Summer of 1964.
Mrs. Tamara Slobodkin was a member of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) while she and her husband lived in Ann Arbor, Michigan in the 1960s. Her work included raising funds and supplies for CORE workers in the South.
The collection includes sound recordings of Civil Rights singers of the 1960s and a copy of Herbert Aptheker's book Mission to Hanoi.