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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Lawrence Guyot, civil rights activist, stands and addresses a seated group.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An African-American woman sits in a chair, while a man in the foreground holds a microphone for her to speaking in to.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • In the summer of 1964, Freedom Summer volunteers pose in front of a campaign poster for Victoria Jackson Gray, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party candidate for Congress representing the 5th District. Photo is likely taken outside of the Victoria...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A toddler sits on the ground and laughs while paging through a book.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Groups of students attend class during Freedom Summer as they sit outside in the shade. Likely at the Freedom School, Priest Creek Baptist Church.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Three people work on a community construction project. All three support a beam while the man in the foreground hammers a nail into it.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Campaign posters for two Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP) candidates, Aaron Henry and Fannie Lou Hamer.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A woman stands and reads. Two children are nearby.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A young man at a nighttime rally in support of the MFDP. Behind him people carry signs with portraits of James Earl Chaney and Andrew Goodman, two of the three civil rights volunteers who were murdered in the summer of 1964.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man stands with his arm raised and his finger pointed upward at a mass meeting.
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    • Goodman, Carolyn : Papers, 1964-2000
    • Andrew Goodman standing at the foot of a staircase, age 19, wearing a dark shirt. Andrew Goodman was a civil rights activist and volunteer for the Freedom Summer project. He, along with James Chaney and Michael Schwerner, was murdered in the summer...
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of an unidentified African American man dressed in a suit with his hand across his face. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title, 'Mississippi Eyewitness'. Photo credited to...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A large line of protesters holding signs calling for voting rights and civil rights stand on a sidewalk along a fence.
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    • Social Action vertical file, circa 1930-2002; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 577, Box 47, Folder 16
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing three Alabama police officers armed with billy clubs and rifles waiting near their squad cars in the street. The second showing young African Americans looking out of what appears to be a jail...
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    • Social Action vertical file, circa 1930-2002; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 577, Box 47, Folder 16
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of a number of participants likely at a mass meeting clapping. Used as the cover in the SNCC pamphlet with the title, 'You Can Help'. Photographs credited to Danny Lyon.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of people fill out papers.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An unidentified man with grey hair sits at a table with his hand on his forehead.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An integrated group of people stand outdoors in coats and hats.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two African-American men wait outside voting booths. In the foreground two women sit at a table. Signs above the booths read: [...] Here For Business [...]ourthouse Only!' and 'When You've Voted Please Leave.'
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • View through fence of Pete Seeger and an unidentified woman stand outdoors near two parked cars. He was there for a concert he played in a church during Freedom Summer. Another man stands in the road behind him.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A television set displays an image of Fannie Lou Hamer, civil rights activist and political figure, speaking into microphones.
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    • Lynd, Staughton : Staughton and Alice Lynd papers, 1938-2008
    • Two women clap and sing at the Freedom School Convention during the Freedom Summer civil rights project. Behind them is a mural, and a banner that says 'Struggle' hangs above them.
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • A small photograph of an African-American toddler looking up at the camera. Originally printed in a CORE brochure titled, 'The Right to Vote,' by James T. McCain. Photographs by Bob Adelman. Published August, 1962.
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    • Bryan R. Dunlap Papers, 1964-1972, 1994; Z: Accessions, M2000-007, Box 2, Folder 6
    • An unidentified African-American child looks into the camera while standing in a doorwar draped in fabric. Printed in a 6-page undated brochure issued by the Mississippi Delta Ministry with the title, 'People Are Hungry. Will You Help?'
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    • Social Action vertical file, circa 1930-2002; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 577, Box 16, Folder 6
    • A black and white photograph showing an unidentified African-American volunteer in a coat and hat talking to another African American male outside of a house. Used in the COFO pamphlet with the title, 'Work-Study'.
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • Three small black-and-white photographs. The first showing a canvasser talking to an African-American couple across the fence in their front yard. The second showing an elderly black woman reading a pamphlet on her porch. The third showing two...
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • A close-up black-and-white photograph of a middle-aged African-American man in a hat holding a pencil and examining a voter registration form in detail. Originally printed in a CORE brochure titled, 'The Right to Vote,' by James T McCain....
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • A group of African-American children pose outdoors on and in front of a pickup truck during Freedom Summer. Likely at the Freedom School, Priest Creek Baptist Church.
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • A close-up black-and-white photograph of an African-American man filling out a form at a table with a pencil. Originally printed in a CORE brochure titled, 'The Right to Vote,' by James T. McCain. Photographs by Bob Adelman. Published August, 1962.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man stands outdoors next to a motorcoach with an open door. There is luggage on the curb next to him.
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    • Lynd, Staughton : Staughton and Alice Lynd papers, 1938-2008
    • A group claps and sings at the Freedom School Convention during the Freedom Summer civil rights project.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man wearing overalls sits on a porch.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of people is led by Annie Devine wearing a hat and eyeglasses in the foreground, along with several men in the background. Behind them is a vehicle with a sign that says, in part, 'Metrop[...] [...]olice Depart[...]'
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • A black-and-white photograph showing a close-up of a middle-aged African-American woman filling out a registration form in a voter registration office. Originally printed in a CORE brochure titled, 'The Right to Vote,' by James T McCain....
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • This filmstrip frame shows an outline of the state of Mississippi and the words: 'Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party'. The Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) was an alternative, integrated political party that sought to be seated in...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A nighttime rally on the Atlantic City boardwalk in support of the Mississipi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP). Three people in front of the group carry signs with portraits of James Earl Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael 'Mickey' Schwerner, three...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two men hold protest signs walk down a sidewalk past a white police officer who is holding a bullhorn at a Greenwood Freedom Day. In the background, a police vehicle is parked on the curb.
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • A black-and-white photograph close-up portrait showing a smiling young man wearing a lapel button that reads, 'I am registered. Are you?' Originally printed in a CORE brochure titled, 'The Right to Vote,' by James T. McCain. Photographs by Bob...
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A woman stands in the foreground looking at the camera, while behind her two law enforcement officers wearing helmets examine protestors during a Freedom Summer protest outside a Woolworth's department store.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An integrated group of people stand outdoors in coats and hats. A man in a light-colored shirt in the foreground, probably civil rights activist and MFDP member Lawrence Guyot, looks into the camera.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Group of people sitting in chairs while attending out-of-doors classes during Freedom Summer at the Freedom School, Priest Creek Baptist Church.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Six women, all wearing kerchiefs on their heads, are seated in a group. One woman is standing.
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    • Goodman, Carolyn : Papers, 1964-2000
    • Andrew Goodman seated in a group of people. Andrew Goodman was a civil rights activist and volunteer for the Freedom Summer project. He, along with James Chaney and Michael Schwerner, was murdered in the summer of 1964.
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • A black-and-white photograph showing CORE organizer Frank Robinson looking through venetian blinds at the street outside his office. Originally printed in a CORE brochure titled, 'The Right to Vote,' by James T. McCain. Photographs by Bob Adelman....
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Four men sit on pews examining paper on clipboards. Behind them, Bob Moses talks with a woman.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Fannie Lou Hamer with two other women, probably fellow MFDP candidates. All three women are wearing hats and carrying handbags. A crowd of people are behind them, including someone using a movie or television camera, and someone else holding a...
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • A group of adults and children at an impromptu concert held outdoors during Freedom Summer outside of the Freedom School at Priest Creek Baptist Church. Likely participating in music workshops that were a part of the Mississippi Summer Caravan of...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A woman speaks before an audience at a Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) function.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Several men and women outdoors wear badges on their chests, and patriotic banners and flags are on a building or bridge behind them. In the far background is a bust of a man or woman on a platform.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A large group sit in an auditorium facing an empty stage at the Mississippi Freedom Democratic (MFDP) State Convention. Signs posted among the chairs bear the names of counties across Mississippi.
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A line of protestors outside of a Woolworth's department store during Freedom Summer hold signs while law enforcement officers stand nearby. Two of the signs held by the protestors read 'Woolworth is Jim Crow Don't Buy' and '[...]Freedom NOW.'
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • View from behind of a woman speaking before an audience at a Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) function.
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • View down sidewalk of two male protestors wearing signs around their necks walking down a sidewalk in a Freedom Summer civil rights demonstration. The signs read 'Register / One nation under God [...]' and 'Voting is a right not a privilege /...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Political posters for Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP) candidates Aaron Henry and Fannie Lou Hamer, along with posters for Lyndon B. Johnson and Hubert Humphrey.
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A group of protestors and law enforcement officers walk along the sidewalk across the street from a Woolworth's department store during a Freedom Summer demonstration. Two of the police officers are holding confiscated protest signs.
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    • Lynd, Staughton : Staughton and Alice Lynd papers, 1938-2008
    • A group of African American and white students and teachers participating in a Freedom School class outdoors during Freedom Summer.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two children color together in a coloring book during Freedom Summer.
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    • Congress of Racial Equality : Records, 1941-1967
    • A poster with the headline, 'I Will Never Turn Back,' a quote from a young woman in Mississippi for the Freedom Summer Project in a letter to her mother. Below the headline is a photograph of a charred station wagon being towed on a dolly because...
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    • Mary E. King papers , 1962-1999; Z: Accessions, M82-445, Box 1, Folder 14
    • A black and white photograph showing volunteers sitting at a mass meeting. A volunteer can be seen reading a copy of 'The Student Voice' while a speaker is on stage. Used as the cover for the program with the title, 'Student Voice, INC'.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of correctional inmates work in a trench, while a man with a firearm watches from above.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A close-up photograph of Victoria Gray, congressional candidate of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of people are seated on folding chairs, likely at the MFDP state convention. A woman at the front of the room addresses the group through a microphone.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An African-American woman is seated behind a small table while speaking. On the left a stenographer types, and on the right a group of people sit and listen.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of four African-American men are seated at a table looking at papers. Behind them a large group of people are sitting and standing.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A domed building with columns likely the U.S. Capitol building. Trees and a lamppost are in the foreground.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • A group of adults and children at an impromptu concert held outdoors during Freedom Summer outside of the Freedom School at Priest Creek Baptist Church. Likely participating in music workshops that were a part of the Mississippi Summer Caravan of...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An integrated group of mostly young people sitting on the Atlantic City boardwalk. Many of them are holding signs showing support for the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP). They probably sought to be seated at the Democratic National...
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A group of law enforcement officers stand in the street near a vehicle labeled 'Police Department' on the side. In the foreground on the left a police officer is pointing at the camera, and next to him another police officer is rolling up a sign...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of Hattiesburg police officers wearing helmets and carrying batons walk in formation down a street in the rain at a Freedom Day on their way to Forrest County Courthouse where African Americans protest that they have had their right to vote...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Several men sit in front of a large sign supporting Lyndon B. Johnson's 1964 presidential campaign.
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    • Mary E. King papers, 1962-1999
    • Bob (Robert) Moses stands on the far right, speaking. On the far left is Bob Zellner, SNCC Field Secretary, and the man in the middle in the white shirt is either George Wiley or James Forman. Moses, a noted civil rights leader, was the lead...
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    • Lynd, Staughton : Staughton and Alice Lynd papers, 1938-2008
    • Students at Freedom School meet outdoors for class during Freedom Summer.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of women and girls seated outdoors read copies of the same magazine, possibly as part of a Freedom School lesson.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A seated woman holds civil rights literature.
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    • Staughton and Alice Lynd papers 1938-2008; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 395, Box 5, Folder 1;
    • Three black and white photographs. The first showing policemen on the steps of what is presumably city hall with a group of demonstrators in the foreground. The second showing a large group of policemen walking in the street. The third showing...
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    • Alicia Kaplow papers, 1964-1968; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 507, Box 1, Folder 6;
    • Two black and white photographs on the front side of a flyer: a close-up of a middle-aged man registering to vote, and a small image of young girls peering out between the bars of a jail cell. Credited to SNCC photographer Danny Lyon. The flyer was...
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    • Political Campaign Posters, 1838-1986
    • Campaign poster for Victoria Gray. She ran against the policies of white segregationist Senator John Stennis in the 5th District. Along with Fannie Lou Hammer, Annie Devine, and Aaron Henry, she helped found the Mississippi Freedom Democratic...
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    • Robert Beech Papers, 1963-1972; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 945, Box 7 Folder 6;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing a group of unidentified African American men and women on a sidewalk conversing with Robert Zellner. Two African American males are seen with visible wounds and bandages. The second photograph...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Children play a game outdoors as a part of a Freedom School activity.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of young people on a sidewalk protesting with signs in support of the MFDP.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Students sitting at tables in a Freedom Summer school in Palmer's Crossing at Priest Creek Baptist Church. Classes were usually held out-of-doors because of the heat.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two men wearing suits stand in front of a crowd of people.
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    • Lynd, Staughton : Staughton and Alice Lynd papers, 1938-2008
    • Three people working on a community construction project. All three support a beam, while the man in the foreground hammers a nail into it.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A John Deere combine in a field.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A close-up of Fannie Lou Hamer (1917-1977), MFDP candidate and noted civil rights leader.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Fannie Lou Hamer stands outdoors along with two other women, probably fellow MFPD members, being interviewed by a man with a microphone. At the bottom of the frame, two other men are crouching and holding microphones. In the background is a large...
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Sandra Adickes (left), Freedom Summer volunteer teacher at Palmer's Crossing Freedom School. Students (right) are Rita Mae Crawford and Jimella Stokes.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Four people walking past the U.S. Capitol building likely protesting Congress' opening day.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of men and women work on a community construction project. Several support the framing of a wall, while a man straddles the top of the frame to hammer in nails.
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    • Goodman, Carolyn : Papers, 1964-2000
    • A posed photograph of Andrew Goodman wearing a dark shirt, used in the poster produced by the FBI after his disappearance. Andrew Goodman was a civil rights activist and volunteer for the Freedom Summer project. He, along with James Chaney and...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An integrated group sing-along at a Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) function.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Victoria Gray, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP) candidate, speaks at an MFDP meeting. In the background a man stand in front of an empty stage. There are several people seated in the foreground.
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • View towards sidewalk of a line of demonstrators carrying signs during a Freedom Summer civil rights demonstration. A man walking along the sidewalk holds a sign that reads 'Freedom is in the ballot / Regis[...].' A man behind him holds a sign that...
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Out-of-doors classes during Freedom Summer at the Freedom School, Priest Creek Baptist Church.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Three people stand outdoors near a truck acting out a group improvisation of a slave revolt. They were attending Freedom School during Freedom Summer at Palmer's Crossing, near Hattiesburg. 'Acting out history was a popular activity in the Freedom...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of men and women talk outside on the steps of a building and in the open doorway likely attending a mass meeting.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A woman in the foreground writes on a pad while a young woman looks on from a doorway.
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    • Goodman, Carolyn : Papers, 1964-2000
    • A role-playing activity during a Freedom Summer training session. Andrew Goodman, the figure in a black t-shirt near the center of the image, was a civil rights activist and volunteer for the Freedom Summer project. He, along with James Chaney and...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two women stand on the porch of a home. Three men, probably Freedom Summer volunteers, are talking to them.
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    • Goodman, Carolyn : Papers, 1964-2000
    • Andrew Goodman seated on the ground in a group of people, wearing a dark t-shirt. Andrew Goodman was a civil rights activist and volunteer for the Freedom Summer project. He, along with James Chaney and Michael Schwerner, was murdered in the summer...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A woman holds a sign that reads 'Stand up with the Freedom Democrats.' In the left foreground is a policeman, and in the background are more people holding signs in front of a building displaying flags.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Out-of-doors classes during Freedom Summer at the Freedom School, Priest Creek Baptist Church.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A room full of people, probably for a MFDP party function. Signs bear the names of several counties in central Mississippi.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Schools Convention (1964 : Meridan, Miss.) : Photographs, 1964
    • Bob (Robert) Moses speaking at the Freedom School Convention during Freedom Summer.
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    • Edwin King papers; Z: Accessions, M79-424;
    • A black and white photograph showing an African American volunteer in a black hat with papers in his hand talking to an older African American outside of a residence. Used in the COFO pamphlet with the title, 'Work-Study Project'
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man stands inside the ruins of a church building. When printed in the N.A.A.C.P. Legal Defense and Education Fund Report, vol. II, no. 1, this photograph bore the following caption: 'McComb, Miss.: The Society Hill Missionary Baptist Church,...
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing a group of unidentified African American men talking. The second showing a close-up of an unidentified white woman. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title, 'Mississippi...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A line of people stand outdoors in front of the open doorway of a building. Included are both Caucasian and African-American men and women.
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of an unidentified elderly African American man wearing a tie. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title, 'Mississippi Eyewitness'. Photo credited to James Marshall.
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    • Lucile Montgomery papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 3, Segment 48
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of two unidentified African American women sitting at a desk the first is typing on a typewriter as the second is watching her. Used in the Howard Zinn article with the title, 'Schools in Context:...
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    • Lynd, Staughton : Staughton and Alice Lynd papers, 1938-2008
    • A group sings freedom songs at the Freedom School Convention during Freedom Summer.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man is seated at a desk, writing and smoking a cigarette.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An elevated view of a large group of people standing in a circle around empty benches holding hands. Vehicles are parked near houses in the background.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man holds a young girl in his arms.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A group of people approach the US Capitol on Congress' opening day. This is part of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) challenge that the November 3rd election results do not represent Mississippi.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Mrs. Addie Mae Jackson stands in front of her home where Sandra Adickes stayed while volunteering during the Freedom Summer project.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A large group of predominantly African-Americans sitting at a rally or other gathering.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Schools Convention (1964 : Meridan, Miss.) : Photographs, 1964
    • Teachers at the Freedom School convention during Freedom Summer. The woman in the center is Liz Fusco, one of the coordinators of the Freedom School project.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man gestures with both hands, lit from above.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • A group of adults and children at an impromptu concert held outdoors during Freedom Summer outside of the Freedom School at Priest Creek Baptist Church. Likely participating in music workshops that were a part of the Mississippi Summer Caravan of...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • An elevated view of a crowded room. People are in the balcony and also on the main floor, surrounding a group of men on a raised platform in front of a flag. The crowd is standing and they all appear to be applauding.
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    • Michael Lipsky and David J. Olson papers, 1935-1981; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 851, Box 1, Folder 5;
    • A black and white photograph showing a large group of volunteers posing on the steps of the Holly Springs Freedom School.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A nighttime rally outside the Atlantic City Convention Hall in support of seating the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP) at the 1964 Democratic National Convention.
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A group of law enforcement officers wearing helmets hold rolled up paper, probably signs confiscated from demonstrators during a Freedom Summer protest outside of Woolworth's department store. In the background, a commercial area is lined with cars...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two homes along a dirt road with a small child on the front porch of the nearest house.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • Two women sit behind a table at a Freedom Vote, a mock election designed to include African-Americans who were unable to register to vote and would be a truer reflection of how Mississippi would vote. Freedom Votes were held on October 30 and 31,...
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • A white male Freedom Summer volunteer teaches African-American students in a Freedom School in Priest Creek Baptist Church.
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    • Mary E. King papers , 1962-1999; Z: Accessions, M82-445, Box 1, Folder 18
    • A black and white photograph showing the exterior of an unidentified church.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A person addresses the audience from the stage under a banner that reads 'Freedom Democratic Party' at the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) State Convention.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Schools Convention (1964 : Meridan, Miss.) : Photographs, 1964
    • A man and a woman speak at a podium in front of a mural at the Freedom School convention during Freedom Summer.
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Pete Seeger walking outdoors through a crowd carrying two instrument cases. The concert took place during Freedom Summer near Hattiesburg. 'Pete Seeger sang inside a church where the temperature rose above 100 degrees.'
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    • Adickes, Sandra, 1933- : Papers, 1964-1978
    • Exterior view of the Priest Creek Baptist Church. The church housed the Freedom School during Freedom Summer.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man speaks into several microphones, while several people look on in the background.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A television set displays an image of a man seated at a desk covered in papers and microphones, likely at the 1964 Democratic National Convention where the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party(MFDP) sought to be seated as the delegates from...
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A group of male and female protestors and law enforcement officers stand on the sidewalk outside of a Woolworth's department store during Freedom Summer. One of the officer's is writing on a large sheet of paper. On the far left a man holds a...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man holds a sign, likely referring to Leflore County in Mississippi, at a Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) function.
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    • Smith, Benjamin E. : Papers, 1955-1967
    • A protest of Woolworth's department store during Freedom Summer. A line of people are standing on the sidewalk in front of Woolworth's show windows while a police officer wearing a helmet writes on a large sheet of paper.
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of a dirt road. A house can be seen in the background. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title, 'Mississippi Eyewitness'. Photo credited to James Marshall.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A woman wearing a knit cap stands in front of a microphone. The badge on her chest identifies her as an MFDP member from Hinds County. Three men behind her appear to be singing.
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    • Congress of Racial Equality : Records, 1941-1967
    • The Mt. Zion church burned down on June 17, 1964, prompting Freedom Summer volunteers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner to travel to view the remains. They were arrested for speeding and were later released, at which time they...
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man and a woman pick cotton by hand.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A crowd outdoors at a freedom vote, a mock election designed to include African-Americans who were unable to register to vote.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A man stands amid a group of seated men and women at a mass meeting.
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    • The front-side of a color road map showing the outline of the state of Mississippi in 1964.
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    • Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party : Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Records, 1962-1971
    • A girl at a demonstration holding a sign that reads: 'We are tired of being ruled by racists.' Behind her, other people carry signs as they walk along a fence.
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    • The back-side of a color road map showing the state of Mississippi in 1964 showing a number of tourist attractions in the state.
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    • Frederick W. Heinze papers, 1964-1987; SC3051;
    • A black and white photograph showing an unidentified African American male with his arm raised toward the sky. Used in the MFDP handbook publication.
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    • Lucile Montgomery papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 1, Segment 17;
    • Five black and white photographs. The first showing a close-up of Victoria Gray speaking into a microphone. The second showing a close up of Fannie Lou Hamer speaking into a microphone. The third showing a close-up Anne Devine. The fourth...
    • "*?« *"^w fcM *■ *2*- if*' .^*? Mr1-. Hamer Mrs. Devine vpyy,. -" - y, ^t m _Rf?V ■'' '-»-R '...
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    • Shelton Stromquist Papers, 1963-1978; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 655, Box 1, Folder 4;
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of Manning Johnson author of 'Color Communism and Common Sense' used as the cover.
    • ". . . the story of one Negro who has gone through the fire and come out tempered steel." Archibald B. Roosevelt Manning Johnson COLOR COMMUNISM AND COMMON SENSE by MANNING JOHNSON Single copies: One dollar order from AMERICAN...
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 9, Folder 7;
    • A black-and-white photograph showing CORE national director James Farmer speaking in Berkeley, California, on December 16, 1964. Originally appeared in The Daily Californian.
    • "..'■■■"■ TW ■■- . m™ ;aufornian 93 YEARS OF CONTINUOUS PUBLICATION Vol. 186, No..65 University of California, Berkeley, California Wednesday, December 16, 1964 'Agitators Are Valuable' CORE Leader Supports FSM By KONSTANTIN...
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    • William Heath research papers, 1963-1997; Z: Accessions, M2009-045, Box 3, Folder 10;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing members of the Pearl River Basin Development project, W.D. Myers, George Wynn, Dick Allen, and Emmitt York. The second showing FBI informant Wallace Miller, who gave information about the murders...
    • "/^t/fOf^U. //W< DEMOCRAT ILADELPHIA, MISSISSIPPI. THURSDAY, OCT. 19, 1967 85th Year—1881-1967 Number Forty Wednesday PEARL RIVERDEVELOPMENT-A meeting was held Tuesday night at the Benwalt Hotel in conjunction with, the Pearl River...
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    • Bryan R. Dunlap Papers, 1964-1972, 1994; Z: Accessions, M2000-007, Box 1, Folder 1
    • A black-and-white photograph on the cover of a SNCC brochure showing three volunteers – two black and one white – talking to an elderly African-American woman.
    • "5^ Brian Dunlap Writes From Ohio Before Departure for Mississippi IHk (The following: letter has been receivedjrom BrianJJualap, son "Sir., and Mrs. tj7 E J Dunlap of 206 Fort Lee rd.Tfceonia, who is now in Mississippi after orientation a.t...
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    • Sally Belfrage papers, 1962-1966; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 599, Reel 1, Segment 6;
    • A black and white drawing showing two older white males standing aside three coffins that have the names, Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Chaney on them. Used in a COFO comic strip.
    • "Ain't it awful what's going on up the'ali in INew Yawk ...!'"
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    • Benton County Freedom School Benton County freedom train; Library Pamphlet Collection, Pam 1971
    • A black and white drawing showing a number of crossing burning. The caption reads, 'Mississippi: the hospitality state'. Used as the cover of a newsletter with the title, 'Benton County Freedom Train'.
    • "berrton county "It's that freed VOLUME II, NUMBEffT "tra'i n a comln*; get on board; ket on "board."" ! .n AUGUST 20, 1965 PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE. CITIZENS OF BENTON COUNT?. MISSISSIPPI Mississippi : ^ME HISTq^ rsbsl 05 %, 1846 r* Vat...
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    • Robert S. Starobin papers, 1960-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 428, Box 2, Folder 3;
    • A black and white photograph showing African American women and children participating at a mass meeting in Greenwood, Mississippi. Used in the newsletter with the title 'The South's War Against Negro Votes'.
    • "But, We'll Never Turn Back 99 These are the faces of the children and adults of Greenwood, Mississippi during a mass meeting in March, 1963 — as Negroes braved jail and snarling police dogs to register to vote in the Leflore County Courthouse....
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    • Robert Beech Papers, 1963-1972; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 945, Box 7 Folder 6;
    • A black and white photograph showing Reverend Lawrence Campbell sitting in an office talking on a telephone. Printed in the article with the title, 'Danville, Virginia'. Photographs in this collection credited to Danny Lyon.
    • "Danville, Virginia Invites You to Make Our City Your City — A Fine Place to Live and Work." (Chamber of Commerce Report, April, 1963)* A young Negro woman who will bear the scars of a police billy stick on her face for the rest of her life —...
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Mississippi 4th Congressional District records, 1961-1966; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 793, Reel 2, Segment 31
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of CORE staff member Sandra Kay Watts worked at the Freedom School in Canton as well as Meridian's COFO office. Used in the CORE 'Personnel Report' forms.
    • "f 'g« wmmm \ X \ \ m •. PERSONNAL REPORT NAME: Sandra Kay Watts PROJECT: Meridian, Mississippi AGE: 21 SEX: Female RACE: Caucasian HEIGHT: y yh" WEIGHT: 125 COLOR OF HAIR: Red COLOR OF EYES: Brown HOME ADDRESS: 40 .\iorth I. ...
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    • Council of Federated Organizations Panola County Office records, 1963-1965; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 521, Box 1, Folder 13;
    • A black and white drawing showing a worker placing mortar on a brick as he builds a wall. Caption reads, 'Not to make money…But to build foundations'. Used as a poster with the title, 'Bricks For Freedom: A co-op proposal'.
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    • Robert Gabriner Papers 1961-1981; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 575, Box 9, Folder 9;
    • A black and white photograph showing members of Brooklyn CORE singing Freedom songs as they place a wreath on a Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center in remembrance of the victims of the bombings in Birmingham. The inscription on the wreath reads,...
    • "IN MEMORY OF SIX ALABAMA CHILDREN.. . . . WHO DIED IN BIRMINGHAM BOMBINGS OF 1963," says the inscription on this wreath placed on Christmas eve by Brooklyn CORE at foot of giant Christmas tree in Rockefeller Center, a key sightseeing spot for...
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    • Robert Beech Papers, 1963-1972; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 945, Box 6 Folder 5;
    • Two black and white drawings showing the proposed design work of the new COFO offices at the Laurel Community Center that had been recently burned. Used in the COFO brochure with the title, 'Can the Laurel Community Center be rebuilt'.
    • "they say that the reaction im the white community was happimess at the burning of the COFO office...I am enclosing some of the drawings that Ted asked for. We had planned to make it of wood, however, if bombings and burnings continue, we would...
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    • Larry Rubin papers, 1960-1971, 1977; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 565, Box 2, Folder 21;
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of Freedom Summer volunteer Barbara Bloomfield. Used in the newsletter with the title, 'Philadelphia Bulletin'.
    • "V fffTffTfXtflf *-f] • W • W ■ f R/g/rfs Worker Reports on Mississippi: 'In Some Cases the People Were Polite •.£_/ The town is Holly Springs (population, 6,000), county seat of Marshall County in the cotton lands of northwest...
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    • Robert Beech Papers, 1963-1972; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 945, Box 7 Folder 6;
    • A black and white photograph showing a group of white children playing during recess outside of a school. Used in a brochure with the title, 'Something of Our Own, Part II'. Photographs in this collection are credited to Robert Fletcher, Bennie...
    • "W- l;.^rj ■■ mm* 'mm "- ■ , , ■■ ■■ ■ ■,.-;™r:''::::':.::^: p :if^MiMf-:XW^m^^W^:^m Why else did our children have to split up their schooling and go in the hot summer while white folks children started in...
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    • Jerry Tecklin Papers, 1964; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 538, Box 1, Folder 3;
    • A black-and-white photograph of Mayor Allen Thompson of Jackson, Mississippi, standing before his newly expanded police force. Included are helmeted police officers with motorcycles and an armored personnel vehicle. The caption reads, 'We've got a...
    • "We've got a larger than usual police force," Mayor Allen Thompson of Jackson explains. "It's twice as big as any city our size." The force was built up to control voter registration and other civil rights workers. "We're going to be ready for...
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    • Alicia Kaplow papers, 1964-1968; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 507, Box 1, Folder 9;
    • A black-and-white photograph of Mayor Allen Thompson of Jackson, Mississippi, standing before his newly expanded police force. Included are helmeted police officers with motorcycles and an armored personnel vehicle. 'It's twice as big as any city...
    • "WeTve got a larger than usual police force," Mayor Allen Thompson of Jackson explains. "It's twice as big as any city our size." The force was built up to control voter registration and other civil rights workers. "We're going to be ready for...
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    • Larry Rubin papers, 1960-1971, 1977; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 565, Box 2, Folder 21;
    • A black and white drawing showing Larry Rubin wearing a coat standing outside of the U.S. Capitol building. Used in the newsletter with the title, 'City Line News'.
    • #^|eT,y Vol. X No. XXVI THURSDAY, JULY 16, 1964 NEWS I Formerly the COMMUNITY NEWS TE 9-3820 Bala cynwyd, Pa. 5 Cents Minefield Youf* In Mitrifiippi This may come as a surprise, but did you know that you can be considered breaking the law if...
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of an African American's hand holding two daisies. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title, 'Mississippi Eyewitness'. Photo credited to James Marshall.
    • _$?•'■■ P.- .>z M__|_____i_r^1^-i-!. &•*?.;• J .s?.1 u_l_ . . 0.; .-*■■ B___ i i -_J '.. . -£__ >___ _L_. _> „ >_T ^- __H___5|N%\.V* '•<• __V* LU____B_Eu_I7____2r__L_[ j .*? •-1 j^M]mi^mlM^.00'Ws : !-,!i ...
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    • Lucile Montgomery papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 1, Segment 14;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing a beaten unidentified African American holding a sign that reads, 'Justice'. The second showing a close-up of Robert Moses looking down. Used in the Yellow Springs Friends poster with the title,...
    • % '*r 0- ~ 4& they need your help they risk their lives This is Robert Mcses, director of the Mississippi Freedom Project. He has been brutally beaten, and narrowly escaped assassination. Friends of the Mississippi Project Contributioni: P. O....
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    • Robert Beech Papers, 1963-1972; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 945, Box 7 Folder 6;
    • A black and white photograph showing unidentified African Americans in a cotton field. Also featured in the photograph is a full cotton picker. Used in a brochure with the title, 'Something of Our Own, Part II'. Photographs in this collection...
    • %%<&*?& 1^ ^ /■ - .- • t~ «s* ■%■■ * ■PM«sM*Si p *,-*> m^, -r- V .. * * . »i *'4r ,«.*fp»,'■'♦ » #% E,
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • A black and white photograph showing a dirt road. In the distance is a house that looks to be in poor condition. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title, 'Mississippi Eyewitness'. Photo credited to James Marshall.
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    • Social Action vertical file, circa 1930-2002; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 577, Box 15, Folder 1
    • Twelve black and white photographs. Three in the upper left showing close-ups of civil rights workers Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, and James Chaney. The photograph to the right showing a close-up portrait of U.S. Commissioner Esther...
    • ' ffw": : LINEUP IN THE LYNCH CASE-AND THE THE CIVIL RIGHTS WORKERS WHO WERE SLAIN ANDREW GOODMAN MICHAEL SCHWERNER JAMES CHANEY WBBBBSSSSBMk U.S. COMMISSIONER ESTHER CARTER BERNARD LEE AKIN, 50 Owner of a trailer agency in Meridian, he is a member...
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • A black-and-white photograph of a male sharecropper in a straw hat smoking a cigarette. Printed on the cover of a 6-page COFO brochure titled, 'Mississippi Freedom Summer.'
    • ' J Council Of Federated Organizations ft* tr>y^. MISSISSIPPI FREEDOM SUMMER
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • A black and white photograph showing an unidentified African American child holding onto a fence. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title, 'Mississippi Eyewitness'. Photo credited to James Marshall.
    • '-SK_g;_j _.. __H__„_H____ 'l_i____fe_il_ 5k£*# V .i&slg f%c__Ti *J^«F^_ MISSISSIPPI EYEWITNESS 57
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    • Lucile Montgomery papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 1, Segment 21
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of Samuel 'Sammy' Younge Jr. wearing his Navy uniform. Was a student at the Tuskegee Institute and civil rights activist who was murdered for using a 'white only toilet'. Used in a message from...
    • '?U SAMMY YOUNGE, Jr. Born 1943 Died 1966 A MESSAGE FROM HARRY BELAFONTE Dear Friend, Sammy Younge, Jr. was born and raised in Tuskegee, Alabama. After serving two years in the Navy, he went back home to study at Tuskegee Institute and...
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    • Larry Rubin papers, 1960-1971, 1977; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 565, Box 2, Folder 21;
    • Four black and white photographs. The first showing members of the Bethel Baptist church being led by Reverend George Lucas singing as a farewell to those going to the March on Washington sponsored by the NAACP. Photo credited to Walt Kleine. ...
    • 'I .► On Their Way! t »*<**™ R&V. GEORGtLUCAS of theBethel Baptist church lends signers gathered to bid farewell to Dayton civil rights marchers yesterday. The marchers left on two buses co-sponsored by the National Association for the...
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    • Social Action vertical file, circa 1930-2002; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 577, Box 47, Folder 16
    • A black and white photograph showing an African American volunteer canvassing on the porch of an elderly African American woman. Used as the cover in the SNCC pamphlet with the title, 'You Can Help'. Photographs credited to Danny Lyon.
    • 'ins, $1 earn Posters, 14" x22", $1 eacfc, $4 sef of five Freedom Songbook, $1.95 WE SHALL OVERCOME! GtiropUeri by Guy and CuntSe Caravan for The Student Nwi-VioWnt Comfli rating Commit i« Freedom Singers Record, $4 Mumper Sticker, $1
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    • Mendy Samstein papers, 1963-1966; Archives Main Stacks, SC3093;
    • A black and white drawing showing judges L.R. Morgan, G.B. Bell, and E.P. Tuttle who issued the order in the Julian Bond election case after legislators refused his seat over his comments on the Vietnam War. Used in the newsletter with the title,...
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    • James N. Mays papers, 1960-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 404, Box 1, Folder 8;
    • Four black and white drawings. The first showing an African American male sitting on a porch in a chair while a woman is walking towards him carrying a baby in the background several people can be seen working in a field. Caption reads, 'lived a...
    • ® 1 wed Q m C\ Y\ h @ KV. £ J Mfc. BlflCKMAN/ /j \Jfe_f 1 One day u.i-.ne talking by the cou^hause , Mi.. Et-AcK/V\/./\i thought: * u colore a hav/e been using our moAs -ho do iwo 4h'inas,..
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    • Robert Gabriner Papers 1961-1981; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 575, Box 9, Folder 9;
    • A black and white photograph showing a close-up of W.E.B. DuBois reading at a desk. Picture credited to Ida Berman. Used in the memoriam with the title, 'A Souvenir Program in Memory of Dr. William E. Burghardt DuBois'.
    • (Ida Berman phot;) I am especially glad of the divine gift of laughter; it has made the world human and lovable, despite all its pain and wrong. I am glad that the partial Puritanism of my upbringing has never made me afraid of life. I have lived...
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    • Benton County Freedom School Benton County freedom train; Library Pamphlet Collection, Pam 1971
    • A black and white drawing showing an African American male dressed in a suit walking up a set of stairs with each step representing 'ASC Committee, Equal Voting Rights, Sheriff/Supervisors, Congressmen, and Senators'. At the top is the capitol...
    • * It's th$t Frztdorri, Train a wmirv ; . ?et cm/ bowd, vHr aru bmrd.* DECEMBER 13,196 VOLUME II. NUMBER 10 Published by tho Citizens of Bonton County, Mississippi. Boulah Mae Ayers, Editor WHO'S THAT YONDER WITH SKIN OF BLACK; IT'S L. B. PAIGE '...
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    • William Heath research papers, 1963-1997; Z: Accessions, M2009-045, Box 3, Folder 10;
    • Five black and white photographs. The first showing a tow truck with the charred remains of the vehicle used by civil rights workers Michael Schwerner, James Chaney, and Andrew Goodman. Photo credited to Associated Press Photos. The second...
    • *#$*!?- *\? -n Missing civil rights workers' burned station wagon is found and towed away. m Associated Press Phots Andrew Goodman. left, and Mickey Schwerner are missing, Goodman's parents. right, sought help. Former CIA Director Allen Dulles ...
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 9, Folder 7;
    • A black-and-white photograph showing a close-up of an unidentified white male volunteer submitted with his application to work for CORE during 1965; possibly Joel Rubenstein.
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    • Carolyn Goodman Papers, 1964-2000; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 192, Box 1, Folder 1;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing a close-up of an unidentified elderly African American woman. The second showing an African American baby being held. Used in the special issue of the Ramparts Magazine with the title,...
    • __*f^_„ ._*:jfca____>^_P *^saP-.-! _4" ■ mi *»fp jf- ■_■ ■ K*_K--__r__s**^-.__« __L3__I5_1____. ____&f-____________>E___ ____~*7y^ "l________«_!l* _______?*••-_ _..■_■>-" . _^..Jfl_' «•«....
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    • Congress of Racial Equality. Southern Regional Office records, 1954-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 85, Box 17, Folder 2;
    • Three small black-and-white photographs showing organizer Frank Robinson helping people register to vote. The first showing him instructing a man with forms on a desk. The second showing two young women filling out forms at a table. The third...
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    • William Heath research papers, 1963-1997; Z: Accessions, M2009-045, Box 3, Folder 10;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing demonstrators participating in a wade-in at St. Augustine while helmeted troops stand guard with billy clubs. One of the police officers is seen walking a dog in the water. The second showing...
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    • Robert S. Starobin papers, 1960-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 428, Box 2, Folder 3;
    • Two black and white photographs. The first showing an African American working in the field behind what appears to be two donkeys plowing a field. The second showing a close-up of a young African American child. Used as the cover for the West...
    • , ne man one vo c WEST COAST CONFERENCE OF THE STUDENT NONVIOLENT COORDINATING COMMITTEE main Speaker'. ROBERT MOSES DIRECTOR of the Mississippi Summer Project featuring: THE FREEDOM SINGERS -Two new documentaries on the South:"A DREAM...
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    • Samuel Walker Papers, 1964-1966; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 655, Box 1, Folder 8;
    • A black and white drawing showing the Congressional challenge African Americans attempted in Mississippi. Used in the newsletter used with the title, 'Democratic Party Letter'.
    • - 5 - Notes 1. Title III, "Grants to States for Unemployment Compensation Administration," Social Security Act of 1935. as Amended.(from Compilation of the Social Security Laws, pp. 129-131, House Document No. 616, 87th Congress - Second...
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    • Amzie Moore papers, 1941-1970; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 551, Box 8 Folder 9;
    • A cartoon colored drawing showing a cartoon character raising their finger making campaign promises while a crowd listens. Used in the publication with the title, 'Why Vote? The ABC's of Citizenship'.
    • --ANP THE CANDIDATES IF youWOT£ FOR Don't be misled by carr.paiqr.^prornises". Sec how elected officials have voted. Look behind party labels. Think before you vote- ANO REMEMBER-- Contrary to some opmion-- the average professional politician...
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    • Lucile Montgomery papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 3, Segment 48
    • A black and white drawing showing a large crowd gathering along a dirty road. Used in the SNCC newsletter with the title, 'The Movement'. Photo credited to Bob Adelman
    • -15* Vi\ '*^ THE MOVEMENT Bob Adelman The Movement is a book born out of the Negro's struggle fordignity, citizenship, a decent life—the various needs which have been wrapped up in one word. Freedom. It was assembled in the belief that this...
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    • Harry J. Bowie papers, 1964-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 31 & Micro 928 (P82-2479), Box 2, Folder 3;
    • A black and white drawing showing a representation of the process of establishing political parties in Mississippi as a progression of groups sit in on precinct meetings, county conventions, district caucuses, state conventions, and national...
    • -15- In Mississippi, political parties are $e' up like this: The 82 counties x:-i Mis"*" tsippi are
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    • Harry J. Bowie papers, 1964-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 31 & Micro 928 (P82-2479), Box 2, Folder 3;
    • A black and white drawing showing voting ballots being placed into a lockbox representing the Freedom Votes. Used in the handbook with the title, 'Walthall Political Handbook'.
    • -18^ WHAT ABOUT POLL TAXES? Most people have to pay poll taxes to be able to vote. You have to pay two year's poll tax by February 1 of 1966 in order to vote in the general election November 8, 1966. You have to pay the poll tax before February...
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    • R. Hunter Morey papers, 1962-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 522, Box 3, Folder 8;
    • A black and white drawing showing a speaker at the podium in front of a crowd. Used in the handbook with the title, 'Handbook for Precinct Organization'.
    • -2- low wages and high taxes - every precinct will © ill have issues that concern the people - will load c ,<* ;VN \y\ to a lively discussion. *\ ' Ii.'^r."jT . . .Chi'/».U As the issues are talked over, some of j S the reasons...
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    • Harry J. Bowie papers, 1964-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 31 & Micro 928 (P82-2479), Box 2, Folder 3;
    • A black and white drawing showing a group of African Americans sitting at a mass meeting with the caption, 'The peoples want freedom'. Used in the handbook with the title, 'Walthall Political Handbook'.
    • -20- This is only a bare outline of the government of Mississippi. As Negroes begin to have the power of the vote, we must ask how to use it, and how to get into office ourselves. Only whites who say they are segregationists hold public...
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    • Harry J. Bowie papers, 1964-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 31 & Micro 928 (P82-2479), Box 2, Folder 3;
    • A black and white drawing showing a county sheriff meant to represent J.C. Kippers the Walthall County sheriff at the time. Used in the handbook with the title, 'Walthall Political Handbook'.
    • -4- It would be very good if some Negroes could be elected as supervisors. Supervisors appoint other men to other county jobs which pay a lot of money, if Negroes could get elected to the Board, they could get other Negroes in these jobs who could...
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    • R. Hunter Morey papers, 1962-1967; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 522, Box 3, Folder 8;
    • A black and white drawing showing a social referral committee seated at a table. Used in the handbook with the title, 'Handbook for Precinct Organization'.
    • -6- all the available resources of the community. They act as a source of information and advice (and often action) to the people of tho precinct, Follox-ring are the descriptions of two such committees, but it should be obvious that a...
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    • Benton County Freedom School Benton County freedom train; Library Pamphlet Collection, Pam 1971
    • A black and white drawing showing a sign with arrows pointing one way for 'Justice, Equality, and Progress' and the other arrow labeled as 'Goldwater' pointing in the opposite direction. A group of people are walking towards, 'Justice, Equality,...
    • -c^ 'bt* Benton Jon/I' COUNT/ l-cy-cp-Lo "It's that Freedom Train 'acomin'; got on board, got on board." VOLUME II, NUMBER 5 Published by the citizens of Benton County, Mississippi lOVaMBER 8, 1964 Beulah Mae Ayers, Editor 0 JUSTICE >/-~^ K , N -C%...
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    • Susan Gladstone papers, 1964-1966; Archives Main Stacks, SC 669, Folder 1;
    • Two black and white drawings. The first showing a Freedom Vote Ballot with the names of candidates Johnson, Humphrey, Henry, and Hamer. The second showing a Freedom Vote Ballot Box. Used in the brochure titled, 'Freedom Primer No. 1: The...
    • _. . 3 10 '■# ■ ' " and Mrs. Annie Devine are running for the House of Representatives. They are running as Independents, but they will have the support of the Freedom Democratic Party. The Freedom Democratic Party wants everyone...
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    • Staughton and Alice Lynd papers 1938-2008; Archives Main Stacks, Mss 395, Box 5, Folder 1;
    • A black and white photograph showing demonstrators walking in the streets presumably to city hall to speak with the mayor led by Reverend L.W. Chase. In the background is a group of police. Printed in the article with the title, 'Danville,...
    • .* * ". One of several fruitless marches to the City Hall.
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    • Lucile Montgomery papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 2, Segment 31d;
    • A black and white photograph showing Lucy Montgomery sitting on a chair beside her indoor pool. Used in the newsletter with the title, Chicago Sun-Times'.
    • .,._-__• ■_.__**,- 1 . ..» SO VltWPOWT CHICAGO SUN TIMjS, Sun., Aug. 7, 1966 Civil Rh A Profile By Basil Talbot! Jr. Lounging on the thick v.hiic pile rug in her Northbrook home, Lucy Montgomery, an^el of the angels in civil...
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    • Mary E. King papers , 1962-1999; Z: Accessions, M82-445, Box 1, Folder 11
    • A black and white photograph showing an African-American male shaking hands with a white male. In the background is an unidentified African-American male and a white woman. Used in an unidentified newsclipping.
    • ..-.....-.
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    • Lucile Montgomery papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 2, Segment 23
    • A black and white drawing showing three sets of hands in chains raising up towards levers labeled, 'Justice', 'Equality', and 'Freedom'. The hands are labeled as Michael Schwerner, Andrew Goodman, and James Chaney. Used in the newsletter with the...
    • ... now with your hand, pull the lever down. 1 James Chaney ^J^r Michael Schwerner
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