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Southern Regional next hit Council- Series 1. Clippings

Descriptive Summary

Repository: Auburn Avenue Research Library
Title: Southern Regional next hit Council- Series 1. Clippings
Dates: 1944-1976
Quantity: 451.0 boxes
Identification: aarl2012-001.series1

Scope and Content Note

The following description was transcribed nearly verbatim from a description written by the previous hitSouthern Regional next hit Council:

The previous hitSouthern Regional next hit Council maintained a collection of materials that provided daily, detailed coverage of more than thirty years of social and economic change in the South, with concentration on the major social change experienced in the United States in the twentieth century: the dismantling of the Southern system of racial segregation and the beginning of an end to White Supremacy. The collection consists of hundreds of thousands of news clippings and is unique; no other collection of news clippings on the subject matches or even begins to match its scope; no collection of newspapers matches its ease of accessibility to news coverage from a spectrum of sources filed according to subject and date.

From 1944 through 1976, Council research staff on a continuing and regular daily basis clipped and filed news articles on issues related to race, poverty, and social change – and their political and economic ramifications. Taken from a broad range of Southern and national newspapers and magazines, these clippings were processed and filed by subject category as well as by year. The collection was used regularly by the public and by previous hitSouthern Regional next hit Council staff until 1976; it was then retired to storage but the original sequence was maintained. It also includes a news clippings collection donated to previous hitSouthern Regional next hit Council by the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.

The subjects covered by the news clippings collection span all aspects of previous hitSouthern Regional next hit Council's concern with problems rising from the South's bitter heritage of race, poverty, and anti-democratic practice. Subjects include: the fight to eliminate the White primary; the pre-Brown scramble of Southern states to equalize their dual black and white school systems; Southern politics in the style of Bilbo, Talmadge, Earl Long, Thurmond, Faubus, Wallace, Russell, and others; the fight to equalize inequitable freight rates which discouraged Southern industrial development; peonage in the South; the lynchings of Emmett Till, the Monroe, GA Four, Caleb Hill; Southern reaction to and resistance to Sweatt, McLaurin, Brown and other court decisions ending school segregation; bus boycotts not only in Montgomery but in Tallahassee and Rock Hill; the Fifties' revival of the Ku Klux Klan and the activities of the White Citizens Councils, the Knights of the White Camelia, the States Rights Party, the Columbians, and other resistance groups; the sit-ins and the direct action movement of the early Sixties; the activities of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the Southern Christian Leadership Conference, and other Movement organizations; budding interracial activity in the South in the Forties and Fifties. These examples are a fraction among thousands of major events and developments in contemporary Southern history that are traced in sequential news coverage.

Sources of the news clippings vary somewhat with time: from 1970-1976 at least two major daily newspapers from each state in an 11-state South were clipped, along with at least three major non-Southern dailies; also clipped were a group of about 50 national magazines published monthly and weekly. From 1958-1970, at least one major daily from each Southern state, two or three non-Southern dailies, and at least 25 magazines were clipped; about 12-18 special newspapers were filed intact. During 1950-1957 about six daily papers were clipped regularly, along with a wide range of magazines; during that period all major Black-owned newspapers were clipped. During the Forties somewhat fewer papers were clipped; no attempt was made to represent every Southern state, but a system was maintained whereby clips were sent in by persons in the field and most major events are covered; national magazines also were clipped. From time to time previous hitSouthern Regional next hit Council subscribed to commercial clipping services; these clippings represent non-Southern as well as Southern papers.

Subject Categories: Newspapers are filed initially by year and, within each year, by subject category. Major subjects are broken down and filed by state, sometimes by city.

However, the scheme of subject categories is only generally consistent from year to year, with subjects reflecting changes in staff. In an example of filing inconsistency, the kind of news story filed in 1950 under "Segregation, Incidents and Statements" would have been filed in 1965 under "Public Accommodations," or perhaps "Employment," or perhaps "Opinion," or elsewhere. Some standard subjects generally found each year from the mid-Fifties to 1976 include: Agriculture, Economics, Education, Employment, Housing, Intergroup Organizations, Labor, Law Enforcement, Politics, Public Accommodations, Resistance Groups, Violence and Intimidation.

News Sources: Sources of the news clippings collection include daily newspapers, weekly newspapers, special civil rights-related publications of newspaper style; national news magazines and other magazines on subjects of interest (such as The Nation, The Progressive, Reporter, Phylon). Daily newspaper sources were apt to vary from time to time. There were about three major expansions and changes in the approach to news clipping collecting over the years.

1. From 1944 through about 1957, newspapers which were clipped included these dailies: New York Times, Chattanooga Times, Atlanta Daily World, Atlanta Journal or Atlanta Constitution; weeklies included the Norfolk Journal and Guide, the Chicago Defender, and all other major Black weeklies. Some local Southern Black weeklies were also clipped; often news clippings were sent in by state councils on human relations and other sources in the field, reflecting local happenings. In 1957 previous hitSouthern Regional Council began to clip newspapers for "crisis" areas – among them Little Rock, Nashville, and cities undergoing school desegregation – for the duration of the crisis. Black weeklies were deemphasized at about this time.

2. From about 1958 through about 1970 at least one major daily from each of the 11 Southern states was clipped, in addition to the three Atlanta dailies, the Chattanooga Times, the New York Times, and, for some of this period, the Washington Post and the L.A. Times.

3. From about 1970 through 1976 two major dailies from each Southern state were clipped, in addition to the three Atlanta papers and the three non-Southern papers named above.

In the period in which one paper was clipped from each state, it was published in the state capitol.

Among white-owned Southern dailies which were clipped were the Arkansas Gazette, the Birmingham News, the Montgomery Advertiser, the Atlanta Constitution, New Orleans Times-Picayune, Jackson Daily News, Charlotte Observer, Raleigh, Columbia State, Chattanooga Times, Nashville Banner, Houston Chronicle, and Richmond News-Leader.

In addition to news clippings, files may contain copies of laws, printed and mimeographed reports, handouts, newsletters, and other material.


Arrangement

This series, clippings, remains in the order in which received; some topics and/or years may appear in multiple boxes. Dates are noted for each box. There may be multiple folders for subjects listed in each box.

The collection as a whole is arranged in 2 series which are each listed and described separately. The entire collection is organized as follows:

(451 boxes) and (161 boxes).


Container List

 

Box

1Achievements of Negroes, 1944-1945
 
Agriculture, 1944-1945
 
Arnall, Governor Ellis, 1944-1945
 
Book Reviews, 1944-1945
 
Business, 1944-1945
 
Church and Religion, 1944-1945
 
Column, 1944-1945
 
Community Activities, 1944-1945
 
Crime and Punishments, 1944-1945
 
Discrimination, 1944-1945
 
Editorials, 1944-1945
 
Education, 1944-1945
 
Employment, 1944-1945
 
Freight Rates, 1944-1945
 
Health and Medical Facilities, 1944-1945
 
Heinz Case, 1944-1945
 
Housing, 1944-1945
 
Industry, 1944-1945
 
Interracial Agencies, 1944-1945
 
Labor Unions, 1944-1945
 
Law, 1944-1945
 
Lynching, 1944-1945
 
Lynching, Madison, Florida, 1944-1945
 
Negro, Police, 1944-1945
 
Negro, Servicemen and Women, 1944-1945
 
Organization and Movements, 1944-1945
 
Peonage, 1944-1945
 
Police Brutality, 1944-1945
 
Politics, 1944-1945
 

Box

2Poll Tax, 1945-1947
 
Prejudice and Public Pressure, 1945-1947
 
Race Relations, 1945-1947
 
Recreation Facilities, 1945-1947
 
Suffrage, 1945-1947
 
Teachers Salary Suits, 1945-1947
 
Transportation, 1945-1947
 
Unemployment, 1945-1947
 
Vital Statistics, 1945-1947
 
Youth, Boy Scouts, 1945-1947
 
AFL, 1945-1947
 
CIO, 1945-1947
 
Agriculture, 1945-1947
 
Alabama, 1945-1947
 
Alabama, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Arkansas, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Civil Service, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Clemency, 1945-1947
 
Connecticut, 1945-1947
 
Disabled Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Education, 1945-1947
 
Employment, 1945-1947
 
Federal, 1945-1947
 
Florida, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Freight Rates, 1945-1947
 
Georgia, 1945-1947
 
GI Loans, 1945-1947
 
Housing, 1945-1947
 
Independent, 1945-1947
 
Inflation, 1945-1947
 
Kentucky, 1945-1947
 
Kentucky, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Labor, Conflicts, 1945-1947
 
Louisiana, 1945-1947
 
Medicine, 1945-1947
 
Mississippi, 1945-1947
 
Mississippi, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
NAACP, 1945-1947
 
Negro, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
New York, 1945-1947
 
North Carolina, 1945-1947
 
North Carolina, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Ohio, 1945-1947
 
Oklahoma, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
On-the-Job Training, 1945-1947
 
Racial Conflict, 1945-1947
 
Reconversion, 1945-1947
 
Seniority, 1945-1947
 
Service Records, 1945-1947
 
South Carolina, 1945-1947
 
South Carolina, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Southern Industry, 1945-1947
 
Surplus Property, 1945-1947
 
State, 1945-1947
 
Tennessee, 1945-1947
 
Tennessee, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Texas, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Veterans, Organizations, American Legion, AMVETS, VFW, Afro-American Legion, 1945-1947
 
Veterans, Well-being, 1945-1947
 
Virginia, 1945-1947
 
Virginia, Veterans, 1945-1947
 
Wages and Prices, 1945-1947
 

Box

3Achievements of Negroes, 1946
 
Agriculture, 1946
 
Athens, Alabama Riots, 1946
 
Attack on the Methodist Church, 1946
 
Atomic Bombs, 1946
 
Business, 1946
 
Church and Religion, 1946
 
Columbians, Inc., 1946
 
Columbia, Tennessee Riots, 1946
 
Civil Rights, Cases, 1946
 
Community Activities, 1946
 
County Unit System, 1946
 
Discrimination, 1946
 
Education, 1946
 
Employment, 1946
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1946
 
Freight Rates, 1946
 
Government, 1946
 
Health and Medical Facilities, 1946
 
Housing, 1946
 
Interracial Agencies, 1946
 
Industries, 1946
 
Ku Klux Klan, 1946
 
Law, 1946
 
The South, 1946
 
Lynching, 1946
 
Lynching, Minden, Louisiana, 1946
 
Lynching, Monroe, Georgia, 1946
 
Marceo Snipes Case, 1946
 
Mississippi Mob, Craft Brothers, 1946
 
Mississippi, Suffrage, 1946
 
Negro, Police, 1946
 
Negro, Press, 1946
 
Negro, Servicemen and Women, 1946
 
Organizations and Movements, 1946
 
Peonage, 1946
 
Police Brutality, 1946
 
Politics, 1946
 
Prejudice and Public Pressure, 1946
 

Box

4Race Relations, 1946
 
Recreation Facilities, 1946
 
Segregation, 1946
 
Suffrage, Voting in Georgia, 1946
 
Suffrage, 1946
 
Schools, 1946
 
Tennessee, 1946
 
Suffrage, White Primary, 1946
 
Suffrage, Alabama Boswell Amendment, 1946
 
Eugene Talmadge, 1946
 
Teacher Salary Suits, 1946
 
Tennessee Valley Authority, 1946
 
Theodore Bilbo, 1946
 
Transportation Facilities, 1946
 
Veterans, 1946
 
Isaac Woodard Case, 1946
 
Youth, 1946
 
Welfare, 1946
 
Unemployment, 1946
 
Achievements, 1946
 
Agriculture, 1946
 
Book Reviews, 1946
 
Alabama, 1946
 
Arkansas, 1946
 
The Bulwinkle Bill, 1946
 
Civil Rights, 1946
 
Church and Religion, 1946
 
Civil Rights, Cases, 1946
 
Communism, 1946
 
Crime and Punishment, 1946
 
Crime, Rape, 1946
 
Discrimination, 1946
 
Education, 1946
 
Employment, 1946
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1946
 
Florida, 1946
 
Georgia, 1946
 
Georgia, White Primary Bill, 1946
 
Georgia's White Republican FActions, 1946
 
Gilbert Case, 1946
 
Gynn County Massacre, 1946
 
Government, 1946
 
Health and Medical Facilities, 1946
 
Housing, 1946
 
Industry, 1946
 
Interracial Agencies, 1946
 
Kentucky, 1946
 
Law, 1946
 
Lynching, 1946
 
Lynching, Greenville, South Carolina, 1946
 
Lynching, Walton County, 1946
 
Mississippi, 1946
 
Negro, Police, 1946
 
Negro, Press, 1946
 
North Carolina, 1946
 
Organizations and Movements, 1946
 
Peonage, 1946
 
Politics, 1946
 
Police Brutality, 1946
 
Prejudice and Public Pressure, 1946
 

Box

5Race Relations, 1947-1948
 
Recreation Facilities, 1947-1948
 
Schools, 1947-1948
 
School Suits, 1947-1948
 
Segregation, 1947-1948
 
The South, 1947-1948
 
South Carolina, 1947-1948
 
Southern Governors, 1947-1948
 
Suffrage, 1947-1948
 
Supreme Court Decisions, 1947-1948
 
Teacher Salary Suits, 1947-1948
 
Tennessee, 1947-1948
 
Texas, 1947-1948
 
Transportation Facilities, 1947-1948
 
Unemployment, 1947-1948
 
Veterans, 1947-1948
 
Texas School Suits, 1947-1948
 
Virginia, 1947-1948
 
Vital Statistics, 1947-1948
 
White Primary, 1947-1948
 
White Primary in South Carolina, 1947-1948
 
Youth, 1947-1948
 
Agriculture, 1947-1948
 
Business, Industry and Income, 1947-1948
 
Church and Race Relations, 1947-1948
 
Civil Rights, Statements, Opinions, Incidents, 1947-1948
 
Community Surveys and Community Activities, 1947-1948
 
Community Surveys, Chattanooga Urban League Study, 1947-1948
 
Education, Equalization, 1947-1948
 
Education, General, 1947-1948
 
Education, Higher, 1947-1948
 
Education, Regional, 1947-1948
 
Education; Georgia, 1947-1948
 
Employment, 1947-1948
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1947-1948
 
Georgia Politics, 1947-1948
 
Health and Medical Care, General, 1947-1948
 
Health and Medical Care, Compulsory Medical insurance, 1947-1948
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1947-1948
 
Housing, 1947-1948
 
Human Facilities and Interracial Groups, 1947-1948
 
Labor, Including Violence, 1947-1948
 
Legal Penalties by Race, General, 1947-1948
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Ingram Case, 1947-1948
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Trenton Six, 1947-1948
 
Lynching, 1947-1948
 
Lynching, Mallard Case Toombs County, Georgia, 1947-1948
 
Lynching, Wallace Case Georgia, 1947-1948
 
Negro, Achievements, 1947-1948
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, 1947-1948
 
Negro, Police, 1947-1948
 
Prison Systems, 1947-1948
 
Population Trends, 1947-1948
 
Reactionaries and Crackpots, 1947-1948
 
Recreation Except Violence, 1947-1948
 
Segregation Incidents, Statements, 1947-1948
 
Social Security, 1947-1948
 
Southern Progress, Pros and Cons, 1947-1948
 
Southern Revolt, 1947-1948
 
Suffrage, 1947-1948
 
Suffrage, Georgia, 1947-1948
 
Transportation, 1947-1948
 
U.S. Armed Services Draft, Segregation, 1947-1948
 
Violence, Anti, Klan Laws and Statements, 1947-1948
 
Violence, Chattanooga, Tennessee Area Dolly Pond Cases, etc., 1947-1948
 
Violence, Police, 1947-1948
 
Violence, Housing, Tensions, 1947-1948
 
Violence, Robeson Riots, 1947-1948
 
Violence, Soperton, Georgia Case, 1947-1948
 
Welfare, 1947-1948
 

Box

6Agriculture, 1949
 
Business, Industry, Income, 1949
 
Church and Race Relations, 1949
 
Civil Rights, Statements, Opinions, Incidents, 1949
 
Community Surveys and Community Activities, 1949
 
Crime, General Statistics, Studies, 1949
 
Education, Equalization, 1949
 
Education, Equalization, Georgia, Irwin County and other suits, 1949
 
Education, General, 1949
 
Education, Higher, 1949
 
Education, Higher, Jefferson College, 1949
 
Education, Higher, Dr. Gray's Resignation, 1949
 
Education, Regional, 1949
 
Employment, 1949
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1949
 
Health and Medical Care, General, 1949
 
Health and Medical Care, Compulsory Health Insurance, 1949
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1949
 
Medical and Health Care, Mental Health, 1949
 
Housing, 1949
 
Human Relations and Interracial Groups, 1949
 
Human Rights International Aspects, 1949
 
Labor, Including Violence, 1949
 
Lynching, Irwinton, Georgia, 1949
 
Negro, Achievements, 1949
 
Negro, Police, 1949
 
Negro, Protest, 1949
 
Population Themes, 1949
 
Poll Tax, 1949
 
Peonage, 1949
 
Press, Radio Handling of Race in News, 1949
 
Prison Systems, 1949
 
Recreation Including Violence, 1949
 
Resources, 1949
 
Segregation Incidents, Statements, 1949
 
Southern Politics, 1949
 
Southern "Progress" Opinions, Pros and Cons, 1949
 
Suffrage, 1949
 
Suffrage, Georgia, General, 1949
 
Transportation, 1949
 
U.S. Armed Services Draft, Segregation, 1949
 
Violence, Bombing, 1949
 
Violence, Georgia Hooker Floggings, 1949
 
Violence, Housing, Tensions, 1949
 
Violence, Ku Klux Klan, Mob Violence, General, 1949
 
Violence, Ku Klux Klan, Mob Violence, Alabama, 1949
 
Violence, Ku Klux Klan, Mob Violence, Georgia, 1949
 
Legal Penalties by Race, General, 1949
 
Suffrage, Georgia, Voter Registration Act, 1949
 
Agriculture, 1949
 
Business, Industry and Income, 1949
 

Box

7Church and Race Relations, 1950
 
Community Services and Community Activities, 1950
 
Education, Equalization, 1950
 
Education, General, 1950
 
Social Security, 1950
 
Education, Georgia, 1950
 
Education, Georgia, School Series, 1950
 
Civil Rights, Communists, 1950
 
Crime, General Statistics, Studies, 1950
 
Civil Rights, 1950
 
Violence, Georgia, Dodge County, Eastman Floggings, etc., 1950
 
Education, Equalization, Atlanta School Facilities Suit., 1950
 
Education, Higher Except Sweatt, Malaurin Decisions, 1950
 
Education, Regional, 1950
 
Employment, 1950
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1950
 
Georgia Politics, 1950
 
Tolbert Case Greenwood, South Carolina, 1950
 
Georgia Politics, Atlanta Area, 1950
 
Prison Systems, 1950
 
Health and Medical Care, General, 1950
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1950
 
Health and Medical Care, Mental Health, 1950
 
Housing, Marietta Slum Clearance, 1950
 
Housing, 1950
 
Human Relations and Interracial Groups, 1950
 
Human Rights International Aspects, 1950
 
Labor, Including Violence, 1950
 
Negro, Achievements, 1950
 
Lynching, 1950
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Including Office, Seeking, Appointments, 1950
 
Negro, Police, 1950
 
Negro, Protest, 1950
 
Population Trends, 1950
 
Myrtle Beach, Ku Klux Klan, 1950
 
Press, Radio Handling of Race in News, 1950
 
Race and Racial Differences, 1950
 
Recreation Including Violence, 1950
 
Reactionaries and crackpots, 1950
 
Southern Conference for Human Welfare and Southern Conference Education Fund, 1950
 
Violence, Police, 1950
 
Segregation, Incidents, Statements, 1950
 
Southern Progress, Pros and Cons, 1950
 
Southern Politics, 1950
 
State Roundups, 1950
 
Suffrage, 1950
 
Suffrage, Georgia, General, 1950
 
Transportation, 1950
 
U.S. Armed Services, 1950
 
U.S. Supreme Court, Sweatt, McLaurin, Henderson Decisions, 1950
 
Violence, Southern Regional Council Roundups, 1950
 
Welfare, 1950
 
White House Conference on Children and Youth, 1950
 
Violence, Recreation, St. Louis Swimming Pools, 1950
 

Box

8Agriculture, 1948, 1951
 
Business, Industry, and Income, 1948, 1951
 
Church and Race Relations, 1948, 1951
 
Civil Rights, Communists, 1948, 1951
 
Civil Rights, Statements, Opinions, Incidents, 1948, 1951
 
Community Surveys and Community Activities, 1948, 1951
 
Crime General Statistics, Studies, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Public Education, Dilemma, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Equalization, South Carolina Teacher Cheating Probe, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Anti-Segregation Suits, 1948, 1951
 
Segregation, "Per Se", 1948, 1951
 
Catchings, Maynard Desegregation in Church Related Colleges, 1948, 1951
 
U.S. Armed Services, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Equalization, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Atlanta Teachers' Salary Suit, 1948, 1951
 
Education, General, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Georgia, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Regional, 1948, 1951
 
Education, Textbooks, 1948, 1951
 
Employment, 1948, 1951
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1948, 1951
 
Georgia Politics, Atlanta Area, 1948, 1951
 
Georgia Politics, Welfare Investigation, 1948, 1951
 
Georgia Politics, 1948, 1951
 
Health and Medical Care, General, 1948, 1951
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1948, 1951
 
Health and Medical Care, Mental Health, 1948, 1951
 
Housing, 1948, 1951
 
Human Relations and Interracial Groups, 1948, 1951
 
Human Rights, International Aspect, 1948, 1951
 
Labor, Including Violence, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Henderson, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Martinsville, Virginia Rape Case, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Aaron Robinson Rape Case, DeKalb County, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Homer Almond Dekalb County, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Leering Sharecropper Case, Yanceyville, North Carolina, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Willie McGee Rape Case, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, Smith Harvey Case, Beaufort, South Carolina, 1948, 1951
 
Legal Penalties by Race, General, 1948, 1951
 
New South, 1948, 1951
 
NAACP 1951 Convention, Atlanta, Georgia, 1948, 1951
 
Negro, Achievements, 1948, 1951
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Appointments to Non-Elective Bodies, 1948, 1951
 
Lynchings, 1948, 1951
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Jury Services and Judges, 1948, 1951
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Office Seeking, 1948, 1951
 
Negro, Police, 1948, 1951
 
Negro, Protest, 1948, 1951
 
Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1948, 1951
 
Peonage, 1948, 1951
 
Poll Tax, 1948, 1951
 
Georgia Politics, Atlanta Area, 1948, 1951
 
Negroes on Official Bodies Including Office-Seeking, Appointments, 1948, 1951
 
Georgia Politics, 1948, 1951
 
Population Trends, 1948, 1951
 
Press, Radio, 1948, 1951
 
Professional Associations, 1948, 1951
 
Recreation Including Violence, 1948, 1951
 
Reactionaries and Crackpots, 1948, 1951
 
Prison Systems, 1948, 1951
 
Race and Racial Differences, 1948, 1951
 
Resources, 1948, 1951
 
Crime General Statistics, Studies, 1948, 1951
 
Segregation, Incidents, Statements, 1948, 1951
 
Georgia Politics, County Unit Amendment, 1948, 1951
 
Southern Politics, General State, Regional, National, 1948, 1951
 

Box

9Health and General Medical Care, General, 1951-1952
 
Health and Medical Care, Compulsory Health Insurance, 1951-1952
 
Foundations, Cox Investigation, 1951-1952
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1951-1952
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1951-1952
 
Health and Medical Care, Mental Health, 1951-1952
 
Education, Anti-Segregation Suits Including Supreme Court Hearings, 1951-1952
 
Agriculture, 1951-1952
 
Urban League, 1951-1952
 
Segregation, Incidents and Opinions, 1951-1952
 
Housing, 1951-1952
 
Education, General, 1951-1952
 
Transportation, 1951-1952
 
Violence, General, 1951-1952
 
Violence, Anti-Klan Laws and Statements, 1951-1952
 
Violence, Suffrage, 1951-1952
 
U.S. Armed Services, 1951-1952
 
Housing, 1951-1952
 
Business, Industry, Income, 1951-1952
 
Civil Rights, General, 1951-1952
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Office Seeking, 1951-1952
 
Transportation, 1951-1952
 
Welfare, 1951-1952
 
Community Surveys, Greenville, South Carolina, 1951-1952
 
Southern "Progress," Opinions Pro and Con, 1951-1952
 
Suffrage, Georgia, General, 1951-1952
 
Suffrage, 1951-1952
 
Suffrage, Georgia, County Unit System, 1951-1952
 
Negro, Police, 1951-1952
 
Peonage, 1951-1952
 
Police Training, 1951-1952
 
Poll Tax, 1951-1952
 
Georgia Politics, County Unit Amendment, 1951-1952
 
Georgia Politics, 1951-1952
 
Population Trends, 1951-1952
 
Prison Systems, 1951-1952
 
Professional Associations, 1951-1952
 
Georgia Politics, 5th District Congressional Race, 1951-1952
 
Georgia Politics, Atlanta Area, 1951-1952
 
Race and Racial Differences, 1951-1952
 
Recreation, 1951-1952
 
Resources, 1951-1952
 
Social Security, 1951-1952
 
Georgia Politics, Legislative Session, 1951-1952
 
Welfare, 1951-1952
 
Human Relations and Interracial Groups, 1951-1952
 
South Africa, 1951-1952
 
Human Rights, International Aspects, 1951-1952
 
Legal Penalties By Race, 1951-1952
 
Legal Penalties By Race, Scottsboro Case, 1951-1952
 
Lynching, 1951-1952
 
Negro, Achievement, Outstanding Negroes, 1951-1952
 
Negro, Fireman, 1951-1952
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, General, 1951-1952
 
Education, Equalization, 1951-1952
 
Education, Integration, 1951-1952
 
Education, Public School Dilemma, 1951-1952
 
Education, Higher, 1951-1952
 
Education, Regional, 1951-1952
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Jury Service, 1951-1952
 
Education, Textbooks, 1951-1952
 
Employment, 1951-1952
 

Box

10Aaronsburg Story Centre Daily Times, 1953
 
Achievement, Negro, 1953
 
Africa, 1953
 
Agriculture, 1953
 
Britain, 1953
 
Business, Industry and Income, 1953
 
Church and Race Relations, 1953
 
Censorship, Including Georgia Literature Commission, 1953
 
Civil Rights, Including Civil Rights, Legislation Except Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1953
 
Communists, Communists and Race Relations, 1953
 
Crime, Including Juvenile Delinquency, Correctional Institutions, 1953
 
Education, U.S. Trends, Adult Education, 1953
 
Education, Suits at Commission on School Level, Including Supreme Court Heritage, 1953
 
Education, Editorial Comments on Suits and Southern Reaction to School Segregation Issue., 1953
 
Education, Public Schools and Segregation Dilemma, General, 1953
 
Education, Public Schools and Segregation Dilemma, Alabama, 1953
 
Education, Public Schools and Segregation Dilemma, Georgia, 1953
 
Education, Public Schools and Segregation Dilemma, North Carolina, 1953
 
Education, Public Schools and Segregation Dilemma, South Carolina, 1953
 
Education, Public Schools and Segregation Dilemma, Mississippi, 1953
 
Education, Higher, Including Suits at College Level, 1953
 
Education, Regional, 1953
 
Education, Textbooks, 1953
 
Employment, 1953
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, Including U.S. Contract Compliance Committee, 1953
 
Foundations, Except Loyalty Investigations, 1953
 
Georgia Politics, Including 1st Legislative Session, 1953
 
Georgia Politics, Including 2nd Legislative Session, 1953
 
Georgia Politics, Atlanta Area, Mayor's, Alderman's Race, 1953
 
Government, 1953
 
Health and Medical Care, General, 1953
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1953
 
Housing, Except Violence, 1953
 
Human Rights, International Aspects, 1953
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Jury Service, 1953
 
Immigration, 1953
 
Loyalty Investigations, General, 1953
 
Labor, Except Violence, 1953
 
Law Enforcements, 1953
 
Lynchings, 1953
 
Minute Women, 1953
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Office Seeking, Atlanta Races, 1953
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, Elective and Appointive, 1953
 
Negro, Police, 1953
 
Peonage, 1953
 
Georgia Politics, Atlanta Area, School Board Race, 1953
 
Georgia Politics, Atlanta Area, City Executive Committee Race, 1953
 
Politics, and Race, 1953
 
Poll Tax, 1953
 
Population Trends, 1953
 
Professional Associations, 1953
 
Press, Radio, 1953
 
Public Accommodations, Auditoriums, Hotels, Restaurants, 1953
 
Recreation and Professional Entertainment, Including Professional Sports, 1953
 
Religion, 1953
 
Resources, 1953
 
Segregation "Per Se", 1953
 
Southern Politics, 1953
 
Suffrage, Except Violence, 1953
 
Social Security, 1953
 
Southern Progress, 1953
 
Transportation, Except Violence, 1953
 
U.S. Armed Services, 1953
 
Violence, Housing, Tensions, 1953
 
Violence, General, Including Ku Klux Klan, Mob Action, 1953
 
Violence, Police, 1953
 
Washington D.C., 1953
 
Welfare, 1953
 

Box

11Education, Maryland Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, Florida Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, District of Columbia Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, Border State Public Schools Arizona, Kentucky, Kansas, Missouri, New Mexico, Ohio, 1954
 
Education, May 17 South Carolina Decision, 1954
 
Education, College Student Editorials and Polls, 1954
 
Education, May 17 South Carolina Decision, Comments from Politicians, 1954
 
Civil Rights, Communists and "Communists", 1954
 
Civil Rights, Opinions, Statements, General Legislation, 1954
 
Crime, General, Including Juvenile Delinquency and Correctional Institutions, 1954
 
Community Programs and Studies, 1954
 
Citizens Council, 1954
 
Church and Race Relations, 1954
 
Censorship, Georgia Literature Commission, 1954
 
Cemeteries, 1954
 
Business, Industry, and Income, 1954
 
Africa, 1954
 
Agriculture, 1954
 
American Legion, 1954
 
Education, Higher, 1954
 
Education, Arkansas Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, Southern Governors' Meeting, Richmond, Virginia, 1954
 
Education, Public School and Segregation Dilemma, General, 1954
 
Education, Ashmore Study, Reviews and Press Comments, 1954
 
Education, Adult, 1954
 
Education, May 17 South Carolina Decision, Editorial Comments, 1954
 
Southern "Progress," Opinions Pro and Con, 1954
 
Employment, 1954
 
Education, Virginia Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, West Virginia Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, Texas Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, Tennessee Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, South Carolina Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, North Carolina Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, Mississippi Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, Louisiana Public Schools, 1954
 
Education, May 17 South Carolina, Comments From Educators, 1954
 
Education, Delaware Public Schools, 1954
 
Educational, Regional, 1954
 
Education, May 17 South Carolina Decision, Comments From Religious Groups, 1954
 
Human Rights, International Aspects, 1954
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1954
 
Housing, Tensions, and Violence, 1954
 
Health and Medical Care, General, 1954
 
Housing, General, 1954
 
Education, Georgia Public Schools, 1954
 
Jury Service, 1954
 
Law Enforcements, Legal Penalties by Race, 1954
 
Loyalty Investigations and Oaths, 1954
 
Labor, 1954
 
Lynching, 1954
 
Foundations Including Investigations for Royalty, 1954
 
Miscegenation, 1954
 
Segregation, 1954
 
Negroes on Official Bodies, 1954
 
Segregation "Per Se" and Misc., 1954
 
Race and Race Relations, 1954
 

Box

12Education, Supreme Court Decisions, 1954
 
Negro, Achievement, 1954
 
Negro, Office Seeking, 1954
 
Negro, Police, 1954
 
NAACP National Convention 1954, Dallas, 1954
 
N.A.A.W.P., 1954
 
Negro, Firemen, 1954
 
Peonage, 1954
 
Southern Politics, Regional, 1954
 
Social Security, 1954
 
Southern Politics, GOP, 1954
 
Politics, and Race, 1954
 
Georgia Politics, Fifth District Congressional Race, 1954
 
Georgia Politics, General, 1954
 
Georgia Politics, Governor's Race, 1954
 
Population Trends, 1954
 
Professional Associations, 1954
 
Press, Radio Handling of Race in News, 1954
 
Public Accommodations, Hotels Restaurants, Auditoriums, 1954
 
Recreation and Entertainment, Parks, Professional Entertainment, not Including Sports, 1954
 
Recreation and Entertainment, Golf Courses, Including Houston Supreme Court Decision, 1954
 
Resistance Groups, 1954
 
Resources Including Public Power, 1954
 
Southern Education Reporting Service, 1954
 
Sports, Professional, 1954
 
Suffrage, 1954
 
Washington D.C., 1954
 
Welfare, 1954
 
U.S. Armed Services, 1954
 
Transportation, 1954
 
Violence, Police, 1954
 
Violence, General Mob Action, 1954
 
Education, Teachers, 1954
 
Education, North Carolina, 1954
 
Education, Missouri, 1954
 
Africa, 1954
 
Agriculture, 1954
 
Censorship, 1954
 
Church and Race Relations, 1954
 
Civil Rights, 1954
 
Civil Liberties, 1954
 

Box

13Community Planning, Community Centered Programs, 1955
 
Crime and Penal Institutions, Including Juvenile Delinquency, 1955
 
Desegregation, 1955
 
Desegregation Roundups, 1955
 
Economy, General, 1955
 
Education, General, 1955
 
Education, Higher, 1955
 
Education, Florida, General, 1955
 
Education, Desegregation, 1955
 
Education, 11th Hearing on School Desegregations, 1955
 
Education, Alabama, 1955
 
Education, Arkansas, 1955
 
Education, Delaware, 1955
 
Education, District of Columbia, 1955
 
Education, Federal Aid, 1955
 
Education, Florida, 1955
 
Education, Georgia, 1955
 
Education, Atlanta Schools, 1955
 
Education, Kentucky, 1955
 
Education, Louisiana, 1955
 
Education, North Carolina, 1955
 
Education, Mississippi, 1955
 
Education, Oklahoma, 1955
 
Education, Regional, 1955
 
Education, St. Louis, 1955
 
Education, South Carolina, 1955
 
Education, Teacher Status, 1955
 
Education, Teaching Human Relations in Schools, 1955
 
Education, Tennessee, 1955
 
Education, Texas, 1955
 
Education, Virginia, 1955
 
Education, West Virginia, 1955
 
Education, White House Conference, 1955
 
Education, Alabama, Birmingham Schools, 1955
 
Southern Education Reporting Service, 1955
 
Education, Georgia, 1955
 
Education, General, 1955
 
Education, White House Conference, 1955
 

Box

14Employment, Negro, 1955
 
Employment, General, 1955
 
Entertainment in Race, 1955
 
Fair Employment Practices Commission, 1955
 
Ford Foundation, 1955
 
Fund for the Republic, 1955
 
Government, 1955
 
Health and Medical, General, 1955
 
Housing, Except Violence, 1955
 
Human Rights, International Aspects, 1955
 
Immigration, 1955
 
International Relations, 1955
 
Interracial Advisory Board, 1955
 
Intimidation and Pressure, 1955
 
Jury Service, 1955
 
Legal Penalties by Race, 1955
 
Libraries, 1955
 
Georgia Legislature, 1955
 
Loyalty Investments and Oaths, 1955
 
Lynching, 1955
 
Health and Medical Care, Hospital Programs and Facilities, 1955
 
Miscegenation, 1955
 
Negro, Police, 1955
 
Negro, Firemen, 1955
 
Negros on Official Bodies, 1955
 
NAACP, 1955
 
Negro, Achievements, 1955
 
Georgia Politics, 1955
 
Southern Politics, 1955
 
Recreation, 1955
 
Police Training, 1955
 
Poll Tax, 1955
 
Professional Associations, 1955
 
Population Trends, 1955
 
Public Accommodations Restaurants, Auditoriums, etc., 1955
 
Race Relations, 1955
 
Resistance Forces, 1955
 
Southern Progress, Opinions Pros and Cons, 1955
 
Southern Regional Council and other News on Decrees, 1955
 
Suffrage, 1955
 
Sports, 1955
 
Transportation, 1955
 
Transportation, Montgomery, 1955
 
Violence and Intimidation, 1955
 
Violence and Intimidation, Till Case, 1955
 
Violence, Police, 1955
 

Box

15Agriculture, 1956
 
Achievement, 1956
 
Armed Forces, 1956
 
Civil Rights, 1956
 
Community Action, 1956
 
Civil Liberties, 1956
 
Civil Liberties, Civil Rights and Community Actions, 1956
 
Desegregation, 1956
 
Education, Alabama, 1956
 
Economy, Southern, 1956
 
Economic Pressure, 1956
 
Economy, General, 1956
 
Education, General, 1956
 
Education, Federal Aid Desegregation, 1956
 
Alabama and Arkansas, 1956
 
Education, District of Columbia, 1956
 
Education, Arkansas, 1956
 
Education, Florida, 1956
 
Education, Kentucky, 1956
 
Education, Delaware, 1956
 
Education, Louisiana, 1956
 
Education, Maryland, 1956
 
North Carolina Legislation, Special Session,, 1956
 

Box

16Education, South Carolina, 1956
 
Education, Tennessee, 1956
 
Education, Virginia, 1956
 
Education, West Virginia, 1956
 
Education, Texas, 1956
 
Government, General, 1956
 
Government, General Assembly, Georgia, 1956
 
Education, Higher, 1956
 
Education, General, Desegregation, 1956
 
Education, Georgia, 1956
 
Employment, 1956
 
Foundations, General, 1956
 
Foundations, Fund for the Republic, 1956
 
Health, 1956
 
Health and Housing, 1956
 
Intergroups, Organizations, 1956
 
International Relations, 1956
 
Inter-marriage, 1956
 
Jury, 1956
 

Box

17Resistance Groups, 1956
 
Welfare and Violence, 1956
 
Welfare, 1956
 
Violence and Intimidation, 1956
 
Transportation, 1956
 
Transportation, Tallahassee, 1956
 
Koinonia, Violence and Intimidation, 1956
 
Sports, 1956
 
Transportation, Montgomery Boycott, 1956
 
Suffrage, 1956
 
Segregation, 1956
 
Resistance Movements and Circumvention, 1956
 
Religion, 1956
 

Box

18Recreation, 1956
 
Law Enforcement, 1956
 
Labor, 1956
 
Politics, Southern, 1956
 
Politics, General, 1956
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1956
 
Politics, Alabama, 1956
 
Politics, Georgia, 1956
 
Politics, Arkansas, 1956
 
Politics, Virginia, 1956
 
Public Accommodations and Public Facilities, 1956
 
Politics, Texas, 1956
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1956
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1956
 
Politics, North Carolina, 1956
 
Politics, Kentucky, 1956
 
Professional and Fraternal Groups, 1956
 
Race Relations, 1956
 
Press, 1956
 
Representation and Membership, 1956
 

Box

19Achievement, 1957
 
Agriculture, 1957
 
Armed Forces, 1957
 
Civil Liberties, 1957
 
Civil Rights, 1957
 
Community Action, 1957
 
Economy, General, 1957
 
Economic Pressure, 1957
 
Economy, Southern, 1957
 
Education, General, 1957
 
Education, Alabama, 1957
 
Education, South Carolina, 1957
 
Desegregation, 1957
 
Education, Delaware, 1957
 
Education, District of Columbia, 1957
 
Education, Georgia, 1957
 
Education, Kentucky, 1957
 
Education, Louisiana, 1957
 
Education, Maryland, 1957
 
Education, Mississippi, 1957
 
Education, Missouri, 1957
 
Education, Oklahoma, 1957
 
Education, Tennessee, 1957
 
Education, West Virginia, 1957
 
Desegregation, Education, 1957
 
Education, Higher, 1957
 
Education, Federal and School Desegregation, 1957
 
Education, Federal Aid, 1957
 
Education, Higher, 1957
 
Education, General, 1957
 

Box

20Education, Dallas, 1957
 
Education, Florida, 1957
 
Education, South Carolina, 1957
 
Education, Nashville, Tennessee, 1957
 
Education, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1957
 
Education, Charlotte, North Carolina, 1957
 
Education, Winston-Salem, North Carolina, 1957
 
Education, North Carolina, 1957
 
Education, Texas, 1957
 
Education, Clinton, Tennessee, 1957
 
Employment, 1957
 
Education, Virginia, 1957
 
Education, Georgia, 1957
 
Foundations, Fund for Republic, 1957
 
Foundations, General, 1957
 
Government, General, 1957
 
Health and Medical Care, 1957
 
Housing, 1957
 
Intergroups, Organization, 1957
 
International Relations, 1957
 
Jury, 1957
 
Labor, 1957
 

Box

21Law Enforcement, 1957
 
Opinion, 1957
 
Politics, Alabama, 1957
 
Politics, General, 1957
 
Politics, Florida, 1957
 
Politics, General Assembly Georgia, 1957
 
Politics, Georgia, 1957
 
Politics, Kentucky, 1957
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1957
 
Politics, Southern, 1957
 
Politics, Mississippi, 1957
 
Politics, North Carolina, 1957
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1957
 
Politics, Texas, 1957
 
Professional, Fraternal Groups, 1957
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1957
 
Politics, Virginia, 1957
 
Public Accommodations and Public Facilities, 1957
 
Race and Race Relations, 1957
 
Recreation, 1957
 

Box

22Religion, 1957
 
Representation and membership, 1957
 
Resistance Groups, 1957
 
Resistance Movements, 1957
 
Resistance, Georgia Education, Commission, 1957
 
Segregation and Prejudice, 1957
 
Sports, 1957
 
Suffrage, 1957
 
Suffrage, Tuskegee, 1957
 
Transportation, Atlanta, 1957
 
Transportation, 1957
 
Transportation, Montgomery, 1957
 
Murder, Rape and Kidnap, 1957
 
Violence and Intimidation, 1957
 
Violence, Davison, 1957
 
Violence, Terrell County, 1957
 
Welfare, 1957
 

Box

23Achievement, 1958
 
Agriculture, 1958
 
Armed Forces, 1958
 
Civil Liberties, 1958
 
Civil Rights, 1958
 
Civil Rights, Commission, 1958
 
Community Action, 1958
 
Desegregation, 1958
 
Economic Pressure, 1958
 
Economy, General, 1958
 
Economy, Southern, 1958
 
Education, Federal Aid, 1958
 
Education, General, 1958
 
Education, Higher, 1958
 
Education, Teacher Status and Tenure, 1958
 
Education, Alabama, 1958
 
Education, Birmingham, Alabama, 1958
 
Education, Arkansas, 1958
 
Education, Little Rock, Arkansas, 1958
 
Education, Delaware, 1958
 
Education, District of Columbia, 1958
 
Education, Florida, 1958
 
Education, Georgia, 1958
 
Education, Atlanta Public School Suit, 1958
 

Box

24Education, Georgia, 1958
 
Education, Kentucky, 1958
 
Education, Louisiana, 1958
 
Education, Maryland, 1958
 
Education, Mississippi, 1958
 
Education, North Carolina, 1958
 
Education, Oklahoma, 1958
 
Education, South Carolina, 1958
 
Education, Tennessee, 1958
 
Education, Texas, 1958
 
Education, Dallas, Texas, 1958
 
Education, Virginia, 1958
 
Education, Virginia, Arlington, Charlottesville, Newport News, Norfolk, 1958
 

Box

25Education, West Virginia, 1958
 
Elections and Appointments, 1958
 
Employment, 1958
 
Foundations, Funds for the Republic, 1958
 
Foundations, General, 1958
 
Government, General, 1958
 
Health and Medical Care, 1958
 
Housing, 1958
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1958
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Montgomery Improvement Association, 1958
 
Intergroups, Organizations, NAACP, 1958
 
International Relations, 1958
 
Jury, 1958
 
Labor, 1958
 
Law Enforcements, 1958
 
Legislative Investigating Committees, 1958
 
Opinion, 1958
 
Politics, General, 1958
 

Box

26Sports, 1958
 
Suffrage, 1958
 
Suffrage, Tuskegee, 1958
 
Transportation, 1958
 
Violence and Intimidation, 1958
 
Welfare, 1958
 
Achievement, 1958
 
Agriculture, 1958
 
Armed Forces, 1958
 
Book Reviews, 1958
 
Civil Rights, Commission, 1958
 
Civil Rights, General, 1958
 
Civil Rights, Legislation, Anti-Filibuster Bill, 1958
 

Box

27Economy, General, 1959
 
Economy, Southern, 1959
 
Economic Pressure, 1959
 
Education, Higher, 1959
 
Education, Federal Aid, 1959
 
Education, General, 1959
 
Education, Delaware, 1959
 
Education, District of Columbia, 1959
 
Education, Florida, 1959
 
Education, Georgia, 1959
 
Education, Georgia, An Appeal for Human Rights by Atlanta University Center (see also OV5), 1959
 
Education, Kentucky, 1959
 
Education, Louisiana, 1959
 
Education, Maryland, 1959
 

Box

28Education, Mississippi, 1959
 
Education, North Carolina, 1959
 
Education, Oklahoma, 1959
 
Education, South Carolina, 1959
 
Education, Tennessee, 1959
 
Education, Texas, 1959
 
Education, Virginia, 1959
 
Education, West Virginia, 1959
 
Elections and Appointments, 1959
 
Employment, 1959
 
Foundations, Funds for the Republic, 1959
 

Box

29Foundations, General, 1959
 
Government, General, 1959
 
Highlander Folk School, 1959
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1959
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Highlander, 1959
 
International Relations, 1959
 
Housing, 1959
 
Jury, 1959
 
Law Enforcement, 1959
 
Legislative Investigating Committees, 1959
 
Medical Care and Welfare, 1959
 
Labor, 1959
 
Opinion, 1959
 
Politics, General, 1959
 
Politics, Southern, 1959
 
Politics, Alabama, 1959
 
Politics, Florida, 1959
 

Box

30Politics, Georgia, 1959
 
Politics, Kentucky, 1959
 
Politics, Georgia, Georgia Legislature, General, 1959
 
Politics, Georgia, Georgia Legislature, Segregation Legislation, 1959
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1959
 
Politics, Mississippi, 1959
 
Politics, North Carolina, 1959
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1959
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1959
 
Politics, Texas, 1959
 
Politics, Virginia, 1959
 
Press, Radio, TV, Movies, 1959
 
Professional Fraternal Groups and Clubs, 1959
 
Public Accommodations and Public Facilities, 1959
 
Recreation, 1959
 
Religion, 1959
 

Box

31Sports, 1959
 
Suffrage, 1959
 
Suffrage, Alabama, 1959
 
Suffrage, Florida, 1959
 
Suffrage, Georgia, 1959
 
Suffrage, Louisiana, 1959
 
Suffrage, Mississippi, 1959
 
Suffrage, North Carolina, 1959
 
Suffrage, South Carolina, 1959
 
Suffrage, Tennessee, 1959
 
Suffrage, Texas, 1959
 
Suffrage, Virginia, 1959
 
Transportation, Atlanta, 1959
 
Transportation, 1959
 
Violence and Intimidation, Little Rock Bombings, 1959
 
Violence and Intimidation, General, 1959
 
Violence and Intimidation, Georgia, 1959
 
Violence and Intimidation, South, 1959
 
Education, Louisiana, 1959
 

Box

32Education, North Carolina, 1960
 
Education, Oklahoma, 1960
 
Education, South Carolina, 1960
 
Education, Tennessee, 1960
 
Confidential Notes on Prince Edward County Virginia by M.E Goodman, 1960
 
Education, Texas, 1960
 
Education, Virginia, 1960
 
Education, Virginia Prince Edward County, 1960
 
Education, West Virginia, 1960
 
Elections and Appointments, 1960
 

Box

33Employment, 1960
 
Foundations, General, 1960
 
Foundations, Fund for Republic, 1960
 
Government, General, 1960
 
Housing, 1960
 
Intergroups, Organizations, NAACP, 1960
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1960
 
New York Times Libel Suit, 1960
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Critical Race Relation Committee, 1960
 
Intergroups, Organizations, L.R. Women's Emergency Committee, 1960
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Official Race Relation Committee, 1960
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Highlander, 1960
 
International Relations, 1960
 
Jury, 1960
 
Law Enforcement, 1960
 
Legislative Investigating Committee, 1960
 
Medical Care and Welfare, 1960
 
Montgomery Improvement Association, 1960
 
Politics, General, 1960
 
Politics, Southern, 1960
 

Box

34Politics, Alabama, 1960
 
Politics, Arkansas, 1960
 
Politics, Florida, 1960
 
Politics, Georgia, 1960
 
Politics, Kentucky, 1960
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1960
 
Politics, North Carolina, 1960
 
Politics, Mississippi, 1960
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1960
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1960
 
Politics, Texas, 1960
 

Box

35Politics, Virginia, 1960
 
President's Powers in Areas of Race Relations, 1960
 
Professional Fraternal Groups and Clubs, 1960
 
Recreation, 1960
 
Race and Race Relations, 1960
 
Public Accommodations and Public Facilities, 1960
 
Race and Race Relations, 1960
 
Education, Alabama, 1960
 
Education, Arkansas, 1960
 
Education, Atlanta, 1960
 
Education, Delaware, 1960
 
Education, District of Columbia, 1960
 
Education, Florida, 1960
 
Education, Georgia, 1960
 

Box

36Education, Georgia, 1960
 
Education, Georgia, University of, 1960
 
Education, Kentucky, 1960
 
Education, Louisiana, 1960
 
Employment, 1960
 
Education, Virginia, Prince Edward County, 1960
 
Education, Virginia, 1960
 
Education, Texas, 1960
 
Education, Tennessee, 1960
 

Box

37Education, South Carolina, 1961
 
Education, Oklahoma, 1961
 
Education, North Carolina, 1961
 
Education, Mississippi, 1961
 
Education, Maryland, 1961
 
Employment, 1961
 
Employment, Training, 1961
 
Foundations, 1961
 
Freedom Rides, General, 1961
 
Government, General, 1961
 
Housing, 1961
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Official Race Relations Committee, 1961
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1961
 
Intergroups, Organizations, 1961
 
Employment, 1961
 
Closed International Relations, 1961
 
International Relations, 1961
 
Jury, 1961
 
Labor, 1961
 
Opinion, 1961
 

Box

38Politics, Southern, 1961
 
Politics, Georgia, 1961
 
Politics, Atlanta, Georgia, 1961
 
Politics, Southern, 1961
 
Elections and Appointments, 1961
 
Legislative Investigating Committee, 1961
 
Medical Care and Welfare, 1961
 
New York Times Libel Suits, 1961
 
Politics, Georgia, Georgia Legislature, 1961
 
Politics, Georgia, Legislature, 1961
 
Politics, Georgia, 1961
 
Politics, Georgia, County Unit System, 1961
 
Politics, General, 1961
 
Politics, Alabama, 1961
 
Politics, Arkansas, 1961
 

Box

39Politics, Florida, 1961
 
Politics, Kentucky, 1961
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1961
 
Politics, Mississippi, 1961
 
Politics, North Carolina, 1961
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1961
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1961
 
Politics, Texas, 1961
 
Politics, Virginia, 1961
 
Professional Fraternal Groups and Clubs, 1961
 
Public Accommodations and Public Facilities, 1961
 
Religion, 1961
 
Religion and Race, State Statements, 1961
 
Law Enforcement, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Ku Klux Klan, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Leaders, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Mississippi, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Public Misconduct, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, White Citizens Council, 1961
 
Segregation and Prejudice, 1961
 
Sports, 1961
 
Suffrage, General, 1961
 
Suffrage, Alabama, 1961
 
Suffrage, Arkansas, 1961
 
Suffrage, Florida, 1961
 

Box

40Suffrage, Kentucky, 1960
 
Suffrage, Louisiana, 1960
 
Suffrage, Mississippi, 1960
 
Suffrage, North Carolina, 1960
 
Suffrage, South Carolina, 1960
 
Suffrage, Tennessee, 1960
 
Suffrage, Texas, 1960
 
Suffrage, Virginia, 1960
 
Transportation, 1960
 
Urban Studies Report, 1960
 
Violence and Intimidation, General, 1960
 
Violence and Intimidation, Georgia, 1960
 
Violence and Intimidation, Southern, 1960
 
Achievement, 1960
 
Agriculture, 1960
 
Armed Forces, 1960
 
Book Reviews, 1960
 
Census and Population Figures, 1960
 
Civil Liberties, 1960
 
Executive Report on Civil Rights, 1960
 
Civil Rights, Commission, 1960
 
Civil Rights, General, 1960
 

Box

41Civil Rights, Legislation, 1961
 
Crime and Delinquency, 1961
 
Desegregation, 1961
 
Economic Boycott Clips, 1961
 
Economic Pressure, 1961
 
Economy, General, 1961
 
Economy, South, 1961
 
Education, Federal Aid, 1961
 
Radical Right, Groups, 1961
 
Race and Race Relations, 1961
 
Recreation, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Leaders, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Ku Klux Klan, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Misc., 1961
 
Resistance Groups, White Citizen Council, 1961
 
Resistance Groups, Negro, 1961
 
Segregation and Prejudice, 1961
 

Box

42Achievement, 1961-1963
 
Agriculture, 1961-1963
 
Appointments, 1961-1963
 
Armed Forces, 1961-1963
 
Book Review, 1961-1963
 
Census and Populations, 1961-1963
 
Civil Liberties, 1961-1963
 
Civil Rights, Commission, 1961-1963
 
Civil Rights, General, 1961-1963
 
Civil Rights, Legislation, 1961-1963
 
Civil Rights, Legislative Congressional Record, 1961-1963
 
Civil Rights, State Action, 1961-1963
 
John F. Kennedy Civil Rights, 1961-1963
 
President Kennedy's Civil Rights Bill, 1961-1963
 
Biography, 1961-1963
 
Civil War Centennial, 1961-1963
 
Crime and Delinquency, 1961-1963
 
Sports, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, General, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Alabama, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Arkansas, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Georgia, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Louisiana, 1961-1963
 

Box

43Education, General, 1961-1963
 
Education, Clemson, 1961-1963
 
Education, Federal Aid, 1961-1963
 
Education, Higher, 1961-1963
 
Education, Southern, 1961-1963
 
Education, Arkansas, 1961-1963
 
Education, Florida, 1961-1963
 
Education, Georgia, 1961-1963
 
Education, Kentucky, 1961-1963
 
Education, Louisiana, 1961-1963
 
Education, Maryland, 1961-1963
 
Education, Mississippi, 1961-1963
 
Education, North Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Education, New York Layout, 1961-1963
 
Education, South Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Education, Tennessee, 1961-1963
 
Education, Texas, 1961-1963
 
Education, Virginia, 1961-1963
 
Education, Virginia, Prince Edward County, 1961-1963
 
Education, Washington D.C., 1961-1963
 
Desegregation, 1961-1963
 
Economy, South, 1961-1963
 
Economy, Pressures, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Georgia, 1961-1963
 
Employment, General, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Mississippi, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, North Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, South Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Florida, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Kentucky, 1961-1963
 

Box

44Employment, Southern, 1961-1963
 
Employment, President's Commission, 1961-1963
 
Foundation, 1961-1963
 
Freedom Highways, 1961-1963
 
Freedom Rides, Court Decision, 1961-1963
 
Government, 1961-1963
 
Housing, 1961-1963
 
Housing, President's Order, 1961-1963
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Human Relation Councils, 1961-1963
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1961-1963
 
Intergroups, Organizations, NAACP, 1961-1963
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1961-1963
 
International Relations, 1961-1963
 
Labor, 1961-1963
 
Law Enforcement, 1961-1963
 
Legal Defense, 1961-1963
 
Legislative Investigating Committee, 1961-1963
 
Medical Care and Welfare, 1961-1963
 
New York Times Libel Suit, 1961-1963
 
Opinion, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Arkansas, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Florida, 1961-1963
 
Politics, General, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Kentucky, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Maryland, 1961-1963
 
Politics, North Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Texas, 1961-1963
 
Politics, Virginia, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Tennessee, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Texas, 1961-1963
 
Suffrage, Virginia, 1961-1963
 
Transportation, 1961-1963
 

Box

45Press, Radio, TV, and Movies, 1961-1963
 
Professional, Fraternal Group, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodations, South, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Alabama, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Arkansas, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Florida, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Georgia, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Kentucky, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Louisiana, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Maryland, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Mississippi, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, North Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, South Carolina, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Tennessee, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Texas, 1961-1963
 
Public Accommodation, Virginia, 1961-1963
 
Public Facilities, 1961-1963
 
Race and Race Relation, 1961-1963
 
Radical, General, 1961-1963
 
Radical Right, John Birch, 1961-1963
 
Violence and Intimidation, General, 1961-1963
 
Violence and Intimidation, Southern, 1961-1963
 
Violence and Intimidation, Georgia, 1961-1963
 

Box

46Reapportionment, General, 1963
 
Reapportionment, South, 1963
 
Religion, 1963
 
Resistance Groups, Ku Klux Klan, 1963
 
Resistance Groups, Leaders, 1963
 
Resistance Groups, Misc., 1963
 
Resistance Groups, Negro, 1963
 
Resistance Groups, White Citizens Council, 1963
 
Sit-ins Court Decision, 1963
 
Sport, 1963
 
Suffrage, General, 1963
 
Suffrage, Southern, 1963
 
Suffrage, Alabama, 1963
 
Suffrage, Florida, 1963
 
Suffrage, Georgia, 1963
 
Suffrage, Louisiana, 1963
 
Suffrage, Mississippi, 1963
 
Suffrage, Tennessee, 1963
 
Suffrage, Texas, 1963
 
Suffrage, Virginia, 1963
 
Supreme Court, 1963
 
Violence and Intimidation, General, 1963
 
Violence and Intimidation, Southern, 1963
 
Violence and Intimidation, South, 1963
 
VIP, Very Important Person, 1963
 

Box

47Africa, 1964
 
Appointments, 1964
 
Atlanta, Public Demonstrations, 1964
 
Achievement, 1964
 
Agriculture, 1964
 
Armed Forces, 1964
 
Biography, 1964
 
Birmingham, 1964
 
Book Review, 1964
 
Census and Population, 1964
 
Civil Liberties, 1964
 
Civil Rights, Commission, 1964
 
Civil Rights, State Action, 1964
 
Civil Rights, Community Relation Services, 1964
 
Civil Rights Bill, 1964
 
Conventions, Democratic, 1964
 
Civil Rights, Law, 1964
 
Civil Rights, General, 1964
 
Civil Rights, Legislation, 1964
 

Box

48Civil War Centennial, 1964
 
Crime and Delinquency, 1964
 
Demonstration, General, 1964
 
Demonstration, Alabama, 1964
 
Demonstration, Arkansas, 1964
 
Demonstration, Georgia, 1964
 
Demonstration, South Carolina, 1964
 
Demonstration, Florida, 1964
 
Demonstration, Kentucky, 1964
 
Demonstration, Louisiana, 1964
 
Demonstration, Maryland, 1964
 
Demonstration, Mississippi, 1964
 
Demonstration, Missouri, 1964
 
Demonstration, Tennessee, 1964
 
Demonstration, Texas, 1964
 
Demonstration, Virginia, 1964
 
Economy, General, 1964
 
Economy, Negro, Business, 1964
 
Economy, Pressures, 1964
 
Economy, South, 1964
 
Economy, Federal, 1964
 
Education, New York, 1964
 

Box

49Education, Dropouts and Disadvantaged, 1964
 
Education, Federal, 1964
 
Education, Higher, 1964
 
Education, Southern, 1964
 
Education, Alabama, 1964
 
Education, Arkansas, 1964
 
Education, Florida, 1964
 
Education, Georgia, 1964
 
Education, Louisiana, 1964
 
Education, Mississippi, 1964
 
Education, North Carolina, 1964
 
Education, South Carolina, 1964
 
Education, Tennessee, 1964
 
Education, Texas, 1964
 
Education, Virginia, 1964
 
Education, Washington D.C., 1964
 
Employment, General, 1964
 
Employment, Fair Employment Practices, 1964
 
Employment, Federal, 1964
 
Employment, Southern, 1964
 
Employment, President's Commission, 1964
 
Employment, Training Programs, 1964
 
Employment, Alabama, 1964
 
Employment, Arkansas, 1964
 
Employment, Georgia, 1964
 
Employment, Mississippi, 1964
 
Employment, North Carolina, 1964
 
Employment, Tennessee, 1964
 
Employment, Texas, 1964
 
Employment, Virginia, 1964
 
Foundation, 1964
 
Housing, Federal, 1964
 
Housing, General, 1964
 
Housing, South, 1964
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Human Relations Commission, 1964
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1964
 
Intergroups, Organizations, NAACP, 1964
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Official Commission, 1964
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1964
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1964
 

Box

50International Relations, 1964
 
Judiciary, 1964
 
Labor, General, 1964
 
Labor, South, 1964
 
Law Enforcement, 1964
 
Legal Defense, 1964
 
Media and Entertainment, 1964
 
Medical Care and Welfare, 1964
 
Opinion, 1964
 
Politics, Alabama, 1964
 
Politics, Arkansas, 1964
 
Politics, Candidates Other, 1964
 
Politics, Election Returns, 1964
 
Politics, Election Returns, Non-South, 1964
 
Politics, Election Returns, South, 1964
 
Politics, Florida, 1964
 
Politics, Georgia, 1964
 

Box

51Politics, General, 1964
 
Politics, Goldwater, 1964
 
Politics, Johnson, 1964
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1964
 
Politics, Negro, 1964
 
Politics, North Carolina, 1964
 
Politics, Rockefeller, 1964
 
Politics, South, 1964
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1964
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1964
 
Politics, Texas, 1964
 
Politics, Virginia, 1964
 

Box

52Poverty, 1964
 
Professional and Fraternal Groups, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Atlanta, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, General, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Florida, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Georgia, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Kentucky, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Louisiana, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Maryland, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, North Carolina, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Tennessee, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Texas, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Virginia, 1964
 
Public Facilities, South, 1964
 
Public Facilities, General, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Alabama, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Arkansas, 1964
 
Public Accommodations, Mississippi, 1964
 
Race and Race Relations, General, 1964
 
Race and Race Relations, South, 1964
 
Radical Left, 1964
 
Radical Right, General, 1964
 
Radical Right, John Birch, 1964
 
Radical Right, Southern, 1964
 
Reapportionment, General, 1964
 
Reapportionment, Georgia, 1964
 
Reapportionment, Southern, 1964
 
Religion, General, 1964
 
Religion, South, 1964
 
Republican Convention, 1964
 

Box

53Resistance Groups, Ku Klux Klan, 1964
 
Resistance Groups, Leader, 1964
 
Resistance Groups, Misc., 1964
 
Resistance Groups, Negro, 1964
 
Resistance Groups, White Citizens Council, 1964
 
Sit-ins, Court Decisions, 1964
 
Sports, 1964
 
Suffrage, General, 1964
 
Suffrage, Southern, 1964
 
Suffrage, Alabama, 1964
 
Suffrage, Arkansas, 1964
 
Suffrage, Florida, 1964
 
Suffrage, Georgia, 1964
 
Suffrage, Georgia, Primaries Report, 1964
 
Suffrage, Louisiana, 1964
 
Suffrage, North Carolina, 1964
 
Suffrage, South Carolina, 1964
 
Suffrage, Tennessee, 1964
 
Suffrage, Texas, 1964
 
Suffrage, Virginia, 1964
 
Supreme Court, 1964
 
Violence and Intimidation, General, 1964
 
Violence and Intimidation, Mississippi, 1964
 
VIP, Very Important People, 1964
 
Violence and Intimidation, South, 1964
 

Box

54Agriculture, 1965
 
Appointments, Federal, 1965
 
Appointments, Local, 1965
 
Area Redevelopment Act, 1965
 
Area Redevelopment Act, General, 1965
 
Area Redevelopment Act, South Carolina, 1965
 
Area Redevelopment Act, Georgia, 1965
 
Area Redevelopment Act, Louisiana, 1965
 
Armed Forces, 1965
 
Bibliography, 1965
 
Book Reviews, 1965
 
Capital Punishment, 1965
 
Census and Population, 1965
 
Civil Liberties, 1965
 

Box

55Atlanta, 1946, 1952, 1955, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Georgia, 1946, 1952, 1955, 1965
 
Horace Bohannon, 1946, 1952, 1955, 1965
 
Byrd's Book, 1946, 1952, 1955, 1965
 
Negro, Achievement, 1946, 1952, 1955, 1965
 
Press and Radio, 1946, 1952, 1955, 1965
 
Civil Rights, Legislation, 1946, 1952, 1955, 1965
 

Box

56Civil War Centennial, 1952, 1955, 1961
 
Atlanta, Race, 1952, 1955, 1961
 
Suffrage, Georgia, County Unit System, 1952, 1955, 1961
 
Negro, Fireman, 1952, 1955, 1961
 
Southern Politics, Republican Party, 1952, 1955, 1961
 
Southern Politics, Dissident Democrats, 1952, 1955, 1961
 

Box

57Southern Regional Council, 1967-1971
 

Box

58Education, Alabama, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Southern Education, Report, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Politics, Alabama, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Birmingham City Election, Mayor Candidates, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Birmingham City Election, Council Candidates, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Birmingham City Election, General Candidates, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Organizations, Southern Regional Council, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Southern Regional Council Charter, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Southern Regional Council By-Laws, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Economic Development, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 
Education Coalition, 1944, 1963, 1973-1974
 

Box

59Southern Regional Council, Harold Fleming, 1954-1957
 
Southern Regional Council, General, 1954-1957
 
Southern Regional Council, Publicity, 1954-1957
 

Box

60Harold Fleming, 1958-1961
 
Southern Regional Council, Publicity, 1958-1961
 
Southern Regional Council, Freedom Riders Report, 1958-1961
 
Southern Regional Council, L. Dunbar, 1958-1961
 

Box

61Southern Regional Council, Report on Catholic School, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, Virginias Massive Resistance, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council "L Reports", 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, The Federal Executive and Civil Rights, Publication, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, General, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, New South, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, Employment, Studies, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, The Unequal Badge, 1960-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, General, 1960-1962
 

Box

62Southern Regional Council, LWD, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Employment, Studies, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Report on Race, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Harold Fleming, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Special Report "Sanctuaries For Tradition, Virginias New Private Schools", 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Freedom Riders, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Publicity, Odd, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, College Desegregation Report, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Seeds Change, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Annual Meeting, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, General, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, New Release an Staff Speakers, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, What Happened in the South?, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Voter Education Project Report on Registration Figures, 1961-1965
 
Southern Regional Council, Burrell Clippings, 1961-1965
 

Box

63Southern Regional Council, 1961-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, Burrell Clippings, 1961-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, Sit-ins, 1961-1962
 

Box

64The Student Voice, 1961-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, Replies, 1961-1962
 
General, Congress of Racial Equality, 1961-1962
 
Southern Regional Council, Publicity, Attacks, 1961-1962
 
Prayer Pilgrimage, 1961-1962
 
Arkansas, 1961-1962
 
Florida, 1961-1962
 
Louisiana, 1961-1962
 
North Carolina, 1961-1962
 
South Carolina, 1961-1962
 
Tennessee, 1961-1962
 
Texas, 1961-1962
 
Virginia, 1961-1962
 
Washington D.C., 1961-1962
 
Freedom Riders, 1961-1962
 
North Carolina, 1961-1962
 
Sit-Ins, 1961-1962
 

Box

65Race and Race Relations, 1960-1968
 
Radical Left, 1960-1968
 
Mississippi Free Press, 1960-1968
 
Southern Regional Council Editorial Cartoons, 1960-1968
 
Resistance Groups, 1960-1968
 

Box

66Northern Students Support for Sit-ins, 1960
 
North Carolina Sit-ins, 1960
 
Atlanta, Georgia, 1960
 
Freedom Riders, 1960
 
Governmental Reactions to Sit-ins, 1960
 
Supreme Court on Sit-ins, 1960
 
Georgia, 1960
 
Lists and Histories, 1960
 
Direct Actions, Notes, 1960
 
Georgia, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Georgia, Atlanta, Sit-ins, 1960
 

Box

67Albany, Georgia, 1962-1963
 

Box

68Southern Regional Council, Sit-in Report News Coverage, 1960-1961
 
Negro, Press and Magazine Reactions to Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Mississippi, General, 1960-1961
 
Freedom Rides Outside South, 1960-1961
 
Hate Bus, 1960-1961
 
Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Congress of Racial Equality Releases on Freedom Ride, 1960-1961
 
N.S.A. (U.S. National Student Association) Supports for Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Mississippi, 1960-1961
 
Sit-ins, General, 1960-1961
 

Box

69Southern Students White, General, 1960
 
Alabama, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Delaware, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Illinois, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Kentucky, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Indiana, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Kansas, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Louisiana, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Maryland, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Massachusetts Sympathy Demonstrations, 1960
 
Mississippi, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Missouri, Sit-ins, 1960
 
North Carolina, Sit-ins, 1960
 

Box

70Alabama, Birmingham, 1960-1961
 
Alabama, Montgomery, 1960-1961
 
Alabama, Anniston, 1960-1961
 
Alabama, General, 1960-1961
 
Mississippi, 1960-1961
 
Robert Elliott, 1960-1961
 
Student Protests, Sit-Ins, 1960-1961
 
Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 

Box

71Intergroups, Organizations, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1961-1963
 
Voter Education Project, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, SW Georgia, 1961-1963
 
Sit-ins, 1961-1963
 
Freedom Rides, General, 1961-1963
 

Box

72North Carolina, Sit-ins Winston-Salem, Charlotte, Chapel Hill, Henderson, Shelby, 1960
 
Nevada, Sit-ins, 1960
 
New Mexico, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Ohio, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Oklahoma, Sit-ins, 1960
 
South Carolina, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Tennessee, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Texas, Sit-ins, 1960
 
Tennessee, Sit-ins, 1960
 

Box

73Virginia, Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Martin Luther King Statement, General, 1960-1961
 
Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Washington D.C., Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
NAACP Articles and Reaction to Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Northern Support From College Administrations and Faculties, 1960-1961
 
Church Reaction to Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Chain Store Reaction, 1960-1961
 
New York Sympathy Demonstration, 1960-1961
 
West Virginia, Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Reaction and Report on Southern Regional Council Reports, 1960-1961
 
Organizational Support For Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Theatres, 1960-1961
 
Foreign, Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
White Press Reactions to Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 
Magazine Reaction to Sit-ins, 1960-1961
 

Box

74Greenwood, Mississippi, 1962-1963
 
Albany, 1962-1963
 
William Moore Memorial Walk Free Walk, 1962-1963
 
Preston Cobb, 1962-1963
 
Talladega, 1962-1963
 
Nashville Crisis, 1962-1963
 
Macon, 1962-1963
 
Jackson, Mississippi, 1962-1963
 
Baton Rouge, 1962-1963
 
Freedom Highways, 1962-1963
 
Albany, Georgia, 1962-1963
 

Box

75Catholic Interracial Council, 1963
 
Birmingham, 1963
 

Box

76Ole Mississippi, 1963
 
Ole Mississippi, Editorials, 1963
 
Ole Mississippi, Comments, 1963
 

Box

77Ole Mississippi, 1963
 
Albany, 1963
 

Box

78Ole Mississippi, 1963
 
Ole Mississippi, New Stories and Features, 1963
 

Box

79Ole Mississippi, 1963
 
Ole Mississippi, News, 1963
 
Ole Mississippi, Editorial Commentary, 1963
 
Ole Mississippi, Crisis, 1963
 
Ole Mississippi, Approval and Disapproval, 1963
 

Box

80Judge Pye, 1964
 
Beckwith Trials Both First and Second, 1964
 
Preston Cobb, 1964
 
Peace Groups, 1964
 
Southern Regional Council, Articles By Staff Member, 1964
 
Southern Regional Council, News Quotes By Staff and Board Member, 1964
 
Southern Regional Council, Books By Staff and Board Member, 1964
 
Southern Regional Council, News Release on State Councils, 1964
 
Southern Regional Council, Memphis, Charlotte, Louisville, Brunswick Special Report, 1964
 
Albany, 1964
 
Inter Racial News Service, 1964
 
Liberator, 1964
 
Southern Regional Council Coverage Henderson's Economic Status of Negroes, 1964
 
Warren Commission Report the Kennedy Assassination, 1964
 
Profile of Chicago, 1964
 
Peace Research and Education Project, 1964
 

Box

81Atlanta Riot, 1966
 
Black Power, 1966
 
Bond, 1966
 
Julian Bond, 1966
 
Conference on Civil Rights, 1966
 

Box

82Black Power II, 1966
 
General, The White House Conference "To Fulfill These Rights", 1966
 
Co-ops, 1966
 
Grenada, Demonstrations, 1966
 

Box

83Los Angeles, 1966
 
Peace Groups, 1966
 
Vine City, Mechanicsville, 1966
 

Box

84Co-ops, 1967
 
Dixie Hills, Georgia, Demonstrations and Violence, 1967
 
Humor, 1967
 
John F. Kennedy, 1967
 
National Conference for New Politics, 1967
 
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1967
 
Black Power, 1967
 

Box

85Peace Groups, 1967
 
Urban Coalition, 1967
 
Urbanization, Future, 1967
 
Vine City, Mechanicsville, Summerhill, 1967
 
Vine City, 1967
 

Box

86Poor People's Campaign, 1968-1969
 
Demands and Answers, Poor People's Campaign, 1968-1969
 

Box

87Soul City Special, 1968-1969
 
Riot Report Special, 1968-1969
 
Riot Report, 1968-1969
 
Caravans, Poor People's Campaign, 1968-1969
 
Administration, Poor People's Campaign, 1968-1969
 
Solidarity Day, Poor People's Campaign, 1968-1969
 
Reports, Southern Caravan, 1968-1969
 
Mule Train, 1968-1969
 
Poor People's Campaign, 1968-1969
 
Louisiana, Leg, 1968-1969
 
Robert F. Kennedy, 1968-1969
 

Box

88Robert F. Kennedy, 1968-1969
 
Resurrection City, 1968-1969
 
Vine City, Mechanicsville, Summerville, 1968-1969
 
Southern Regional Council, 1968-1969
 
Black Power, 1968-1969
 

Box

89Co-ops, 1968-1969
 
Urban Coalition, 1968-1969
 

Box

90Urban Coalition, 1970
 
Black Power, 1970
 
Peace Groups, 1970
 
Jimmy Ward, 1970
 

Box

91Achievement, 1962
 
Agriculture, 1962
 
Armed Forces, 1962
 
Book Reviews, 1962
 
Census and Population, 1962
 
Civil Liberties, 1962
 
Civil Rights, Legislation, 1962
 

Box

92Civil Rights, General, 1959-1962
 
Civil War, Centennial, 1959-1962
 
Civil Rights, Commission, 1959-1962
 
Crime and Delinquency, 1959-1962
 
Desecration, 1959-1962
 
Economy, General, 1959-1962
 
Economy, Southern, 1959-1962
 
Economy, Pressure, 1959-1962
 
Education, Federal Aid, 1959-1962
 
Education, Higher, 1959-1962
 

Box

93Education, Mississippi, 1962
 
Education, General, 1962
 
Education, Desegregation, Washington D.C., 1962
 
Education, Virginia, Prince Edward County, 1962
 
Education, Desegregation, North Carolina, 1962
 
Education, Desegregation, Texas, 1962
 
Education, Alabama, 1962
 
Education, Arkansas, 1962
 
Education, Florida, 1962
 
Education, Georgia, 1962
 
Education, Kentucky, 1962
 
Education, Louisiana, 1962
 
Education, South Carolina, 1962
 
Education, Tennessee, 1962
 
Education, Texas, 1962
 
Education, Virginia, 1962
 

Box

94Education, North Carolina, 1962
 
Education, Commission on Civil Rights, 1962
 
Elections and Appointments, 1962
 
Employment, Atlanta Journal-Constitution Memos, 1962
 
Employment, 1962
 
Employment, Presidents Committee, 1962
 

Box

95Employment, Migrants, 1962
 
Employment Study, 1962
 
Employment Study, Atlanta, 1962
 
Federal Employment, 1962
 
Foundations, General, 1962
 
Government, General, 1962
 
Government, Supreme Court, 1962
 
Housing, 1962
 
Housing, President Order, 1962
 
Inter- citizens Committee Oliver's Document, 1962
 
Intergroups, Organizations, NAACP, 1962
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1962
 

Box

96Intergroups, Organizations, NAACP, 1962
 
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1962
 
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1962
 
International Relations, 1962
 
Labor, General, 1962
 
Medical Care and Welfare, 1962
 
Law Enforcement, 1962
 
New York Times Libel Suit, 1962
 
Minorities, 1962
 
Southern Conference Education Fund, 1962
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Official Commission, 1962
 
Intergroups, Organizations, Official Race Relations Committees, 1962
 
International Relations, 1962
 
Labor, 1962
 

Box

97Law Enforcement, 1962
 
Law Enforcement, Anti-Discriminatory Laws, 1962
 
Legislative Investigating Commission, 1962
 
Medical Care and Welfare Health, 1962
 
Minorities, 1962
 
New York Times Libel Suit, 1962
 
Personalities, 1962
 
Politics, General Walker, 1962
 
Politics, Reapportionment, 1962
 
Politics, Alabama, 1962
 
Politics, Arkansas, 1962
 
Politics, Florida, 1962
 
Politics, Louisiana, 1962
 
Politics, South Carolina, 1962
 
Politics, Tennessee, 1962
 
Politics, Taxes, 1962
 
Politics, Mississippi, 1962
 
Politics, Virginia, 1962
 
Politics, General, 1962
 

Box

98Press, Ratio, TV, and Movies, 1962
 
Professional Fraternal Group and Club, 1962
 
Public Accommodations and Public Facilities, 1962
 
Public Accommodations, Alabama, 1962
 
Violence and Intimidation, Birmingham, Bessemer, 1962
 
Violence and Intimidation, Georgia, 1962
 
Recreation, 1962
 
Segregation and Prejudice, 1962
 
Sport, 1962
 
Suffrage, South, 1962
 
Suffrage, Alabama, 1962
 
Suffrage, General, 1962
 
Suffrage, Florida, 1962
 
Suffrage, Georgia, 1962
 
Suffrage, Louisiana, 1962
 
Suffrage, Mississippi, 1962
 
Suffrage, North Carolina, 1962
 
Suffrage, South Carolina, 1962
 
Suffrage, Tennessee, 1962
 
Suffrage, Taxes, 1962
 
Violence and Intimidation, Southern, 1962
 

Box

99Intergroups, Organizations, Misc., 1962
 
Labor, International Chemical Workers Union ICWU, 1962
 

Box

100Civil Rights, General, 1965
 
Civil Rights, Commission, 1965
 
Civil Rights, State Action, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, General, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Suits, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Suits, General, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Suits, Education, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Suits, Employment, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Suits, Hospitals, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Suits, Public Accommodations, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Suits, Voting, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Title IV, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Title VI, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Title VI, 1965
 
Civil Rights Act, Title VII, 1965
 
Civil Rights Bill, Title VII, 1965
 
Community Relations Service, 1965
 
Community Self-Help Projects, 1965
 
Crime and Delinquency, 1965
 

Box

101Demonstrations, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Alabama, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Arkansas, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Florida, 1965
 
Demonstrations, General, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Louisiana, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Mississippi, 1965
 
Demonstrations, North Carolina, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Peace, 1965
 
Demonstrations, South, 1965
 
Demonstrations, South Carolina, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Tennessee, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Texas, 1965
 
Demonstrations, Virginia, 1965
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