Series 3
Printed materials
Boxes 9 - 14

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order.

Newspapers clippings
Box Folder Content
9 1 Alabama
9 2 Alabama, University of
9 3 Albany, Georgia
9 4 American Friends Service Committee
9 5 Athens, Georgia
9 6 Atlanta desegregation--parks, pools, etc.
9 7 Atlanta hotel desegregation
9 8 Atlanta, mayor's race, 1961
9 9 Atlanta politics
9 10 Atlanta racial barricade
9 11 Atlanta school desegregation
9 12 Atlanta sit-ins
9 13 Augusta, Georgia
9 14 Birmingham, Alabama
9 15 Black Voice--West Point Mississippi newspaper
9 16 Chicago, Illinois
9 17 Church burnings-1962
9 18 Church - Religion
9 19 Civil Rights miscellaneous
9 20 Civil Rights miscellaneous
9 21 Civil Rights legislation
9 22 Collegiate Council for the United Nations
9 23 Columbus, Georgia
9 24 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), Freedom Rides
9 25 Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), news releases, 1962-63
9 26 Dallas, Georgia
9 27 DeKalb County, Georgia
9 28 Education-Georgia
9 29 Emory University
9 30 General
9 31 Georgia Institute of Technology
10 1 Housing
10 2 House UnAmerican Activities Committee (HUAC) - McCarthyism
10 3 Interstate Commerce Commission
10 4 International aspects
10 5 Jackson, Mississippi
10 6 Ku Klux Klan
10 7 Knoxville, Tennessee
10 8 Legal aspects
10 9 Little Rock, Arkansas
10 10 Louisiana
10 11 Louisville, Kentucky
10 12 Macon, Georgia
10 13 Maryland
10 14 McComb, Mississippi
10 15 McGill, Ralph
10 16 Memphis, Tennessee
10 17 Mercer University
10 18 Mississippi
10 19 Mississippi, University of
10 20 Montgomery, Alabama
10 21 Muslimism
10 22 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
10 23 Nashville, Tennessee
10 24 National Student Association
10 25 Nazism in America
10 26 North Carolina
10 27 Northern discrimination
10 28 Police brutality
10 29 Racial violence
10 30 Rome, Georgia
10 31 Savannah, Georgia
10 32 Sit-down strikes
10 33 Sit-in clippings
10 34 South Carolina
10 35 Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC)
10 36 Southern politics
11 1 Southern Project
11 2 Southern Project, newsletter response
11 3 Southern Regional Council - special reports, sit-ins
11 4 Southern school desegregation
11 5 Student Non-violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
11 6 Students
11 7 Tennessee, University of
11 8 Texas
11 9 Virginia
11 10 Voting rights
11 11 Washington, D.C.
Publications, arranged by publisher
11 12 American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations, "A Common Goal-Equal Opportunity," 1965
11 13 American Friends Service Committee, "List of agencies that accepted conscientious objectors for alternative service assignments during the past four years," 1966
11 14 American Friends Service Committee, South Carolina Community Relations Program, "School Desegregation in South Carolina, 1966: A Critique," M. Hayes Mizell, 1966
11 15 American Friends Service Committee, "Fighting Racism and Poverty in Mobile," Beth Binford, no date
11 16 Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith, "Racially Separate or Together?," 1969
11 17 Atlanta University School of Social Work Publication Series, "The Thin Thread: A Demographic Analysis of the State of the Black Child in Georgia," Nancy Boxill, 1985
11 18 Children’s Defense Fund, "Un nuevo Dia," 1979
11 19 Commission on Religion and Race, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA "Toward the New City," Vol. 2, No. 1, 1966
11 20 Commission on Religion and Race, National Council of the Churches of Christ in the USA, "Reports," Vol. 2, No. 2, 1966
11 21 Community Programs in the Arts and Sciences (COMPAS), St. Paul, Minnesota, "Angwamas Minosewag Anishinabeg: Time of the Indian," 1976
11 22 Ecumenical Institute, "Image Songs of the Spirit Movement," 1968
12 1 The Federation of Southern Cooperatives, "Program for the Total Community Approach to Development of Housing for Low Income People in the Rural South," 1972
12 2 Guardian, "Panthers! Black Panthers: Behind the myth," 1970
12 3 Gulfcoast Pulpwood Association, "Woodcutter’s Songbook," 1972
12 4 Hall, Thomas, "A Working Paper on The Police and the Community for the Conference on Police Power in a Free Society," 1968
12 5 The Institute for the Study of Economic Systems, "The New Community Plan: Developing New Communities With Second Income Plan Financing Technique," 1968
12 6 International Self-Help Housing Associates and the American Friends Service Committee, "Something to Build On: The Future of Self-Help Housing in the Struggle Against Poverty," Richard J. Margolis, 1967
12 7 International Self-Help Housing Association, "Self-Help Housing Handbook, Volume 1," 1968
12 8 International Self-Help Housing Association, "Self-Help Housing Handbook, Volume 2," 1968
12 9 Joint Center for Political Studies, "Federal Review of Voting Changes," 1974
12 10 Methodist Student Movement, Motive, Vol. XX/8, 1960
12 11 Movement for Economic Justice, "Your Fair Share of Revenue Sharing," [1972]
12 12 National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, "Report of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders, Summary of Report," [1968]
12 13 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), "Guidelines for Branches, Revenue Sharing," 1973
12 14 National Education Association, "Faculty Desegregation," 1966
12 15 National Service Board for Religious Objectors, "Civilian Work Agency List for Conscientious Objectors," 1964
12 16 National Welfare Rights Organization, "NOW! A Brief History of the National Welfare Rights Organization," 1968
12 17 Office of Economic Opportunity, United States Department of State, "Proceedings of the First Office of Economic Opportunity Conference on Antipoverty Programs for Migrant and Seasonal Farm Workers," 1966
13 1 Office of Evaluation and Research, Georgia Department of Human Resources, "How do the Poor Make it, Report of a Study on How Public Welfare Recipients in Georgia Live on Their Grants," 1972
13 2 Pendle Hill, Guide to Quaker Practice, Howard H. Brinton, 1955
13 3 The Potomac Institute, "The Employer’s Guide to Equal Opportunity," 1966
13 4 The Potomac Institute, "The Federal Dollar and Nondiscrimination," 1965
13 5 The Potomac Institute, "Housing Guide to Equal Opportunity," 1968
13 6 Presbyterian Church of the United States, Presbyterian Survey, Vol. 58, No. 6, 1968
13 7 Rural Housing Alliance, "Federal Tax Rip-Offs: Housing Subsidies for the Rich," 1972
13 8 Race Relations Information Center, "Indians in Revolt," 1970
13 9 Race Relations Information Center, "Invaders From the Black Nation: The 'Black Muslims' in 1970," 1970
13 10 Race Relations Information Center, "Nashville’s Model Cities Program: An Unborn Partnership," 1971
13 11 Race Relations Information Center, Race Relations Reporter, Vol. 4, No. 5, 1973
13 12 Race Relations Information Center, Race Relations Reporter, Vol. 4, No. 9, 1973
13 13 Southern Coop Development Program, "Some Ideas for Community Organizers," John Zipport, no date
13 14 South Carolinians Speak: A Moderate Approach to Race Relations, 1957
13 15 Southern Regional Council, "The Migrant Farmer," 1965
13 16 Southern Regional Council The Continuing Crisis: An Assessment of New Racial Tensions in the South," 1966
13 17 Southern Regional Council, Voter Education Project, "How to Conduct a Registration Campaign," 1967
13 18 Southern Regional Council, "Black Candidates: Southern Campaign Experiences," Julian Bond, 1968
13 19 Southern Regional Council, "Southwide Conference of Black Elected Officials," 1968
13 20 Southern Regional Council, "Radicalism Southern Style: A Commentary on Regional Extremism of the Right," Reese Cleghorn, 1969
13 21 Southern Regional Council and the National Council on Hunger and Malnutrition, "Hunger U.S.A. Revisited. A Report by the Citizens' Board of Inquiry into Hunger and Malnutrition in the United States," [1970]
13 22 Southern Regional Council, "The South and Her Children: School Desegregation, 1970-71," 1971
13 23 Southern Regional Council, South Today, Vol. 3, No. 10, 1972
14 1 Voter Education Project, "It’s Not Over in the South: School Desegregation in Forty-three Southern Cities Eighteen Years After Brown," Southern Regional Council, et al, 1972
14 2 Southern Regional Council, Southern Changes, Vol. 3/3 (1981), Vol. 7/3-4 (1985), Vol. 10/6 (1988), and Vol. 12/2 (1990)
14 3 Southern Regional Council, "Public Assistance: To What End?," 1967
14 4 Southern Regional Council, "The Effects of Federal Examiners and Organized Registration Campaigns on Negro Voter Registration," 1966
14 5 Southern Regional Council, "Hungry Children," 1967
14 6 Southern Regional Council, "Lawlessness and Disorder: Fourteen Years of Failure in Southern School Desegregation," [1967?]
14 7 Southern Regional Council, "In Memphis: One Year Later," 1969
14 8 Southern Rural Action, Inc., "A Paper on a Projected Southern Regional Land Bank With Appropriate Notes on Land History and Policy and a Suggested Structure and Philosophy," 1970
14 9 Southern Rural Research Project, "First Annual Report," 1968
14 10 Southern Rural Research Project, "Farm Programs," no date
14 11 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, "Civil Rights under Federal Programs," Civil Rights Special Publications: No. 1, 1965
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, "Equal Opportunity in Hospitals and Health Facilities," Civil Rights Special Publications: No. 2, 1965
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, "Federal Rights under School Desegregation Law," Civil Rights Special Publications: No. 6, 1966
14 12 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, Civil Rights Digest, fall 1968, spring 1969, and winter 1970
14 13 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, "Mexican Americans and the Administration of Justice in the Southwest," 1970
14 14 U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, "The Voting Rights Act: Unfulfilled Goals," 1981
14 15 U.S. Department of Agriculture, "How to Start a Cooperative," 1965
14 16 United States Government Printing Office, "Equality of Educational Opportunity," 1966
Oversized items
OP1 1 Ireland education certificate for Constance Richmond, 1917
OP1 1 Photograph of Leon Hall
OP1 1 Political cartoon
OP1 1 Elect John Buffington for Mayor (West Point, Mississippi) poster
OP1 1 National Democratic Party of Alabama poster
OP1 1 Youth Citizenship Fund poster
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