Civil rights movements--Southern States.
Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings
Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:
Scope and Content Note AIB's video project began in 1990 with several purposes: (1) documenting the reminiscences of elderly members of various Afro-American churches throughout Atlanta through oral history interviews; (2) recording individual church histories; (3) interviewing outstanding personalities of the South who have made a difference to society and documenting their oral history; (4) recording styles of singing and worship that existed in a previous time and which are dying out; and (5) documenting...
Overview The collection consists of subject files established by Ray Moore from 1957-1978. Includes correspondence, printed material, press releases, newspaper clippings, television scripts, and notes. Materials document the civil rights movement of the 1950s and 1960s. The files cover such subjects as race relations in Charlotte (N.C.), Macon (Ga.), and Birmingham (Ala.); Grady Hospital (Atlanta, Ga.); Help Our Public Education (Ga.); voter registration and qualification; school integration; Nation...
Scope and Contents note The Nelson H. Smith Collection (3 linear ft.) consists of typescript and handwritten sermons Smith delivered at New Pilgrim Baptist Church in Birmingham and various other churches, revivals, convention, associational meeting and events throughout his career. Most of the sermons are undated, but cover the period of Smith’s ministry from 1953 to 2006. Correspondence, financial documents, programs and invitations, and other material related to his non-professional activities and...