Subseries 17.3
Printed material by others, 1959-2005
Boxes 844 - 863; OP66 - 77

Scope and Content Note

The subseries contains printed material created by other organizations, including publications, fliers, pamphlets, newsletters and reports. It includes material, such as Sunday service and funeral service programs, from churches where SCLC leaders and members officiated (e.g., Ebenezer Baptist Church and West Hunter Street Baptist Church). Of particular interest are the tributes and celebrations of Martin Luther King, Jr., following his death, as well as printed items produced by the Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, the Interdenominational Theological Center and the Southern Regional Council.

Also present are relatively rare publications such as Freedomways, Highlander Reports, Poor People's Newspaper and Rising Son. Particularly significant are the items regarding the Ku Klux Klan and apartheid in South Africa, issues around which the SCLC mobilized during the 1970s and 1980s. Finally, the subseries contains material from the electoral campaigns of several African American politicians and activists, including Ralph David Abernathy, Jesse Jackson, Fanny Lou Hamer, Cynthia McKinney and Hosea Williams, as well as the newspaper published by the National Democratic Party of Alabama in the late 1960s, The Eagle Eye.

Materials relating to SCLC personnel in this subseries document their activities outside of their roles in SCLC, and were neither created by nor printed by SCLC. Materials primarily document speaking engagements, but also include programs from funeral services performed by SCLC leaders and materials relating to tributes and commemorations of their achievements.

Arrangement Note

Arranged in alphabetical order by item type.

Processing Note

There are ten campaign fliers and political pamphlets included in this subseries that were misidentified during processing of the collection in 2009-2012. These items were designed and printed by SCLC in the 1960s as part of a broad campaign to support local African American political candidates across the South. Though they remain part of this subseries, their descriptions have been updated to include this additional information.

SCLC personnel
Box Folder Content
844 1 Abernathy, Ralph David, funeral services performed, 1971-1978
844 2 Abernathy, Ralph David, speaking engagements, 1968-1976
844 3 Abernathy, Ralph David and Coretta Scott King, joint speaking engagements, 1976-1985
844 4 Brown, Lillie, tribute, 2000
844 5 Davenport, Brenda, speaking engagements, 1990-1996
844 6 King, Coretta Scott, general, 1969-1993
844 7 King, Coretta Scott, speaking engagements, 1974-1993
844 8 King, Martin Luther Jr., anti-King material, 1965-1967
844 9 King, Martin Luther Jr., memorial messages, April 1968
844 10 King, Martin Luther Jr., obsequies and memorial services, 1968-1984
OP66 - King, Martin Luther Jr., posters, circa 1980s
844 11 King, Martin Luther Jr., tributes, 1968-1983
844 12 King, Martin Luther Jr., tributes, 1984-2004
844 13 King, Martin Luther Sr., speaking engagements, 1969-1983
844 14 King, Martin Luther III, speaking engagements, 1984-2002
844 15 Langford, Arthur Jr., speaking engagement, 1978
844 16 Lee, Bernard, speaking engagements, 1971-1975
844 17 Lowery, Joseph, funeral services performed, 1982-2000
844 18 Lowery, Joseph, program endorsements, 1980-2004
845 1 Lowery, Joseph, speaking engagements, 1974-1989
845 2 Lowery, Joseph, speaking engagements, 1990-2001
845 3 Lowery, Joseph, tributes and celebrations, 1988-2001
845 4 Lowery, Joseph and Coretta Scott King, joint speaking engagements, 1988-1990
845 5 Moss, Otis Jr., installation banquet, 1971
845 6 Osburn, E. Randel T., funeral services performed, 1991-2000
845 7 Osburn, E. Randel T., tributes and appearances, 1992-2003
845 8 Parks, Rosa, general, 1965-1989
845 9 Rogers, T.Y., speaking engagements, 1970 [photocopy]
845 10 Shuttlesworth, Fred, 1990-2000
845 11 Southern Christian Leadership Conference personnel, memorial services, A-King, 1969-2002
845 12 Southern Christian Leadership Conference personnel, memorial services, Knott-Y, 1971-2000
845 13 Southern Christian Leadership Conference program and event endorsements, 1971-2000
845 14 Taylor, Fred, appearances, circa 1990s
845 15 Taylor, Fred, funeral services performed, 1971-1999
846 1 Taylor, Fred, speaking engagements, 1967-2000
846 2 Vivian, C.T., speaking engagement, 1980
846 3 Williams, Hosea, 1974-2001
846 4 Young, Andrew, speaking engagements, 1963-1969
Organizations
846 5 A Selected Few, 1971
846 6 Academy of Black Culture, Consciousness, 1971
846 7 AFL-CIO, Committee on Political Education, Memo from Cope, 1969
846 8 African American Action Alert Communications Network, 1991
846 9 African American Environmental Justice Action Network, Dirty South Digest, undated
846 10 Afro-American Music Opportunities Association, AAMOA Reports, 1975
846 11 Afro-American Patrolmen's League, 1969-1972
846 12 Alabama Black Belt Defense Committee, flyer, undated
846 13 Alabama League for the Advancement of Education, report, 1971
846 14 Alabama Republican Council, newsletter, 1990
846 15 American Baptist College, first annual student leadership conference, 1990
846 16 American Civil Liberties Union, Racial Justice, 1991
846 17 American Friends Service Committee, 1978
846 18 American Negro Leadership Conference, 1967
846 19 Anti-Klan organizations, general, circa 1970s and 1980s
846 20 Anti-Klan organizations, reports, 1980-1992
846 21 Anti-nuclear war organizations, 1981-1987
846 22 Anti-Vietnam War organizations, 1965-1972
846 23 Appalachian Committee for Full Employment, Voice for Jobs and Justice, 1964-1965 [photocopy]
847 1 Arms of Love Ministries, The Rising Son: A Christ Centered Publication by Death Row Inmates, 1987-1992
847 2 Association of Jamaican Patriots, The Stoney Gut Voice, 1984-1985
847 3 Atlanta Center for Black Art, flyer, 1970
847 4 Atlanta Negro Voters League, flyer, undated
847 5 Barons of Goodwill, The Baron's Speak, 1971
847 6 Barricada, 1984
847 7 Black Leadership Conference, 1972
847 8 Black Student Fellowship Conference, 6th annual conference, 1988
847 9 Black Women's Political Action Forum, 1988
847 10 Butler Street YMCA, annual reports, 1982-1992
847 11 Butler Street YMCA, general, 1965-1999
847 12 Center for Black Revolutionary Art, flyer, circa early 1970s
847 13 Center for Constitutional Rights, circa 1970s and 1980s
847 14 Center for Democratic Renewal [previously known as the National Anti-Klan Network], 1988-1992
847 15 Center for National Security Studies, First Principles, 1987-1989
847 16 Center for Nonviolent Action, Ground Zero, 1984-1990
847 17 Citizens against Nuclear War, circa 1980s
847 18 Citizens Central Advisory Council, flyer, undated
847 19 Citizens Commission on Human Rights, Psychiatry's Betrayal, 1995
847 20 Citizens Committee of Inquiry into Government and Business Delinquency, general, 1971
847 21 Citywide Coordinating Committee of Welfare Groups, Tell It Like It Is, 1968
848 1 Clergy and Laity Concerned, 1972-1992
OP67 - Clergy and Laymen Concerned about Vietnam, poster "The Vietnam War Continues," 1969
848 2 Cloverfolk Newsletter, 1968-1969
848 3 Coalition to Change the Georgia State Flag, fliers, 1993-2000
848 4 Coalition to Save Arthur Langford, circa 1980s
848 5 Commission for Racial Justice United Church of Christ, Criminal Justice Issues, 1975
848 6 Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, Sane World, 1967-1986
848 7 Committee for Unified Newark, Voter Education Registration Proposal, 1969-1970
848 8 Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador, El Salvador Alert!, 1980-1981
848 9 Committee to Defend Imani (Johnny Harris) and Stop the Death Penalty, press release, 1978
848 10 Committee to End the War in Vietnam, The Crisis, 1965
848 11 Common Cause, pamphlets, 1970
848 12 Community Control Movement in the South, Southern Neighborhoods, 1979-1986
848 13 Concerned Black Clergy of Metro Atlanta, Georgia, 1983-1999
OP68 - Congress of National Black Churches, poster, undated
848 14 Congress of National Black Churches, Visions, 1991-1992
848 15 Congressional Black Caucus, 1973-1993
848 16 Cornerstone Project, leaflet, 1968
848 17 Council of Federated Organizations, pamphlets, 1964 [photocopies]
848 18 Criminal Justice, 1970-2000
848 19 Dallas Alliance for Minority Enterprise, Directory of Minority-Owned Businesses in Dallas, Texas, 1972 [photocopy]
848 20 Delta Ministry, report, 1968
848 21 Delta Ministry, special appeal, 1970 [photocopy]
848 22 Disarming Notes, 1984
848 23 East Garfield Park Union to End Slums, 1966-1967
848 24 Economic Opportunity Atlanta, EOA Newsletter, 1973
848 25 Economic Research and Action Project, ERAP Newsletters, 1965
848 26 El Nuevo Diario, 1984
848 27 Encampment for Citizenship, 1969
848 28 Environmentalism, 1971-1997
848 29 EOS Express, Project Alternative, 1972
848 30 Fellowship of Reconciliation, general, 1970-1996
848 31 Fellowship of Reconciliation, Unwise and Untimely?, 1963
848 32 Focus on Black, 1972
849 1 Freedom Information Service, Mississippi Newsletter, 1967-1968 [photocopy]
849 2 Freedom-Integration-God-Honor-Today, FIGHT, 1967
849 3 Fund for Education in World Order, pamphlet, circa 1960s [photocopy]
849 4 Georgia Black Women's Roundtable, general, 1997
849 5 Georgia Citizens' Coalition on Hunger, general, 1981-1992
849 6 Georgia Coalition of Black Women, general, 1981-2001
849 7 Georgia Committee for a Black Agenda, Black Manifesto, undated
849 8 Georgia Consumer Services Program, Consumer Training Handbook, 1971
849 9 Georgia Legislative Black Caucus, 1989-1995
849 10 Georgians against Gun Violence, 1992-1996
849 11 Gun control organizations, 1992-2000
849 12 Highlander Research and Education Center, 1968-1990
849 13 Highlander Research and Education Center, Highlander Reports, 1979-1996
849 14 Humanitas-International Human Rights Committee, 1989-1990
849 15 Independent Citizen's Committee, Independent Citizen, 1964 [photocopy]
849 16 Institute for Research and Education on Human Rights, The Hammer, 1983-1985
849 17 Institute of the Black World, 1969-1973
849 18 Institute of the Christian World, The Gospel Lamplighter, 1986-1987
849 19 Inter-Citizens Committee, See How We Die, 1965
849 20 Interdenominational Theological Center, general, 1967-1981
850 1 Interdenominational Theological Center, general, 1982-1999
850 2 Interdenominational Theological Center, report, 1970-1971
850 3 International League for the Rights of Man, bulletin, 1970
850 4 IPS, Transnational Link, 1976
850 5 Jobs with Justice, 1988-1996
850 6 Joint Center for Political Studies, Focus Newsletters, 1980-1992
850 7 Joint Center for Political Studies, general, 1972-1987
850 8 Kenwood-Oakland Community Organization, 1967-1970
850 9 Ku Klux Klan, leaflets, circa 1980s
850 10 Labor organizations, 1980-1994
850 11 Labor Leadership for Peace, Labor Voice for Peace, 1968 [photocopy]
850 12 Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, general, 1964-1992
850 13 League of Women Voters, news release, 1967
850 14 League of Women Voters, voter's guide, Dallas, Texas, 1964
850 15 Liberty House, newsletter, 1971
850 16 Literacy Action Foundation, LINE, 1969
850 17 Madison County, political handbook, undated
850 18 Mallory Knights Charitable Organization, Memphis, Tennessee, 1970
850 19 Mark Curtis Defense Committee, pamphlet, 1987
850 20 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, activities, 1972-2005
850 21 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, annual reports, 1980-1987
850 22 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, annual summer workshop on nonviolence, 1976-1995
851 1 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, general, 1977-1993
851 2 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, King Week celebrations, 1981-1984
851 3 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, King Week celebrations, 1985-1996
851 4 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, news, 1981-1988
851 5 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, newsletters, 1972-1992
851 6 Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, pamphlets, undated
851 7 Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday Commission, annual reports, 1992-1994
851 8 Martin Luther King, Jr., Federal Holiday Commission, general, 1986-1994
851 9 Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Center, general, circa 1970s
851 10 Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial Center, library-documentation project, 1969-1970
851 11 Methodist Federation for Social Action, Social Questions Bulletin, 1964-1965 [photocopy]
851 12 Minority of One, 1964-1968
851 13 Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, news release, 1968 [photocopy]
851 14 Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Convention, Jackson, Mississippi, 1965
851 15 Modern Organization for Dance Evolvement, press release, 1973
851 16 Montgomery Improvement Association, general, 1960-1980
851 17 NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, pamphlets, circa 1960s [photocopy]
851 18 National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, general, circa 1980s
852 1 National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, Kentucky Alliance News, 1990-1991
852 2 National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, The Organizer Newsletter, 1974-1993
852 3 National Anti-Klan Network, general, circa 1980s
852 4 National Anti-Klan Network, newsletters, 1981-1985
852 5 National Anti-Racist Organizing Committee, pamphlet, undated
852 6 National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, circa 1960s
852 7 National Association for Equal Opportunity in Higher Education, 1984
852 8 National Association of Black Social Workers, annual conference, 1976
852 9 National Black Arts Festival, The Drum, 1993-1994
852 10 National Black Caucus of State Legislators, 19th annual conference, Birmingham, Alabama, 1995 [photocopy]
852 11 National Black Media Coalition, annual report, 1974
852 12 National Black Political Convention, 1972-1976
852 13 National Coalition of Black Lesbians and Gays, annual conference, 1985
852 14 National Coalition on Black Voter Participation, 1976-1999
852 15 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, general, 1981-1993
852 16 National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty, Lifelines, 1991-1994
852 17 National Collegiate Black Caucus, student action week, 1990
852 18 National Committee against Discrimination in Housing, Trends in Housing, 1967
852 19 National Committee against Repressive Legislation, circa 1980s
852 20 National Conference of Black Mayors, annual convention, 1983-1996
852 21 National Council of Negro Women, 1989-1999
852 22 National Council to Repeal the Draft, newsletters, 1970-1971
852 23 National Democratic Party of Alabama, The Eagle Eye, 1969-1972
852 24 National Guardian, 1964 [photocopy]
852 25 National Education Association of the United States, general, 1966-1970
852 26 National Mobilization for Survival, The Mobilizer, 1984-1989
852 27 National Rainbow Coalition, Rainbow, 1994-1998
852 28 National Union of Hospital and Health Care Employees, 1199 News, 1981-1983
852 29 National Voting Rights Museum, 1995
852 30 National Welfare Rights Organization, NOW!, 1967-1968
853 1 Negro American Labor Council, annual convention, 1965
853 2 Negro Investors in America, Black Culture Week, circa 1960s [photocopy]
853 3 Nonviolent Resistance organizations, pamphlets and fliers, circa 1960s-1995
853 4 North Florida Populist Convention, 1974
853 5 Northern Student Movement, NSM News, 1964 [photocopy]
853 6 Northern Student Movement, The Organizer, 1965
OP69 - Oakland Economic Development Council, Discover the Friendly City--Oakland, booklet, circa 1960s
853 7 Ohio University, Probe, 1964 [photocopy]
853 8 Open Door Community, general, undated
853 9 Open Door Community, Hospitality, 1990-2001
853 10 Organize for Action, pamphlet, 1985
853 11 Peace organizations, 1964-1992
853 12 Penn Community Services, circa 1960s and early 1970s
853 13 People to Save A. Reginald Eaves, fliers, circa 1970s
OP70 - People's Coalition for Peace and Justice, posters, undated
853 14 People's Institute for Survival and Beyond, 1992-1993
853 15 Plainfield Joint Defense Committee, pamphlet, 1969
853 16 Political Reform Developments, The Informed Delegate '72, 1972
853 17 Political Rights Defense Fund, 1978 [photocopy]
853 18 Poor People's Newspaper, 1971-1991
853 19 Prison and Jail Project, Freedomways, 1994-2000
853 20 Project Hope to Abolish the Death Penalty, On Wings of Hope, 1998-1999
853 21 Race Relations Information Center, Race Relations Reporter, 1970-1972
853 22 Racial Harmony Council, Harambee, 1972
853 23 Racially Motivated Random Violence, In Focus, 1981
853 24 Republican National Committee, The Douglass Letter, 1981-1982
853 25 Rural Southern Voice for Peace, 1985-1994
853 26 Salute to Paul Robeson, 1973
853 27 School of Community Organization, To Change a City!, Chicago, Illinois, circa late 1960s
853 28 Soledad Brothers Defense Committee, 1970
853 29 South Carolina Federation of Colored Women's Club, annual meeting, 1962
853 30 South Highland Multi-Service Center, 1986
853 31 Southern Conference Educational Fund, 1963-1980
853 32 Southern Education Foundation, SEF News, 1991
853 33 Southern Empowerment Project, newsletter, 1992
854 1 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, general, 1979-1996
854 2 Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice, Southern Fight-Back, 1975-1991
854 3 Southern Poverty Law Center, Klanwatch Intelligence Reports, 1981-1994
854 4 Southern Regional Council, annual reports, 1991-1994
854 5 Southern Regional Council, general, 1966-1998
854 6 Southern Regional Council, legislative bulletins, 1990-1997
854 7 Southern Regional Council, reports, 1962-1971
854 8 Southern Regional Council, special reports, 1965-1967
854 9 Southern Regional Council, special reports, 1968-1984
854 10 Southern Regional Council, SRC Home Record, 1993-1996
854 11 Southern Rural Action, circa 1960s
854 12 Southern Rural Women's Network, 1981-1983
854 13 Southern Student Organizing Committee, The New Rebel, 1964 [photocopy]
854 14 Stalinist Workers Group for Afro-American National Liberation and a New Communist International, Long Live Communism!, 1970 [photocopy]
854 15 State of Alabama, Department of Public Safety, Investigative and Identification Division, Individuals Active in Civil Disturbances, circa 1960s
854 16 State-wide Black Leadership Coalition, circa 1970s
854 17 The Struggle, 1963 [photocopy]
854 18 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Aframerican News Service, 1968
854 19 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, general, 1963-1967
854 20 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, The Student Voice, 1964 [photocopy]
854 21 Talladega College, Sunday service, Talladega, Alabama, 1968
855 1 Tennille Recreational Center, testimonial banquet, Tennille, Georgia, 1977
855 2 Third World Coalition of Minority Artists, fliers, 1979
855 3 Trojan Luggage Company Strike, 1985
855 4 United Nations Disarmament Week, poster, 1987
855 5 United States National Student Association, As Is, 1967-1968
855 6 United Youth-Adult Conference, 1972
855 7 University of Michigan, News Service, 1964 [photocopy]
855 8 Urban Coalition, Monthly Monitor, 1969
855 9 Urban Training Center for Christian Mission, The Now Thing, 1967-1968
855 10 US Department of Labor, pamphlet, Are You Looking into the Future?, 1960
855 11 US Peace Council, Peace and Solidarity, 1980-1985
855 12 Voter Education Project, general, 1966-1984
855 13 Voter Education Project, news, 1967-1969
855 14 Voter Education Project, press releases, 1966-1996
855 15 Voter Education Project, reports, 1981-1983
855 16 Voters Organized to Educate, VOTE, 1970
855 17 Voters registration organization, unidentified, voter information material, Suffolk, Virginia, 1959 [photocopy]
855 18 WAGA-TV5, Focus: Black, 1976
855 19 War Resisters League, general, 1964-1995
855 20 War Resisters League, The Nonviolent Activist, 1985-1999
855 21 War Resisters League, Win Magazine, 1969 [photocopy]
855 22 Westchester People's Action Coalition, newsletter, 1991
855 23 West Jacksonville Community Development, Reverend Robert L.C. Williams appreciation program, 1974
855 24 WETV 30, news release, undated
855 25 WGST Radio, editorials, 1980-1982
855 26 Why Vote?, pamphlet, 1966
855 27 World Goodwill, International Unity, undated
855 28 Youth Citizenship Fund, circa 1970s
Africa
856 1 African continent, general, 1970-1993
856 2 African countries, general, 1970-1996
856 3 Angola, general, 1987-1989
856 4 Black American Response to the African Crisis, 1984
856 5 Eritrea, general, 1982-1984
856 6 Pan-Africanist Congress of Azania, Azania To-day, 1980
856 7 Student Organization for Black Unity, general, 1969-1970
856 8 World Peace Council, Africa material, 1970-1974
856 9 United Support of Artists for Africa, general, 1987-1988
Apartheid and South Africa
856 10 American Committee on Africa, Africa Fund, 1973-1993
856 11 American Friends Service Committee, general, 1986-1991
856 12 Anti-apartheid activities, demonstration fliers, circa 1970s-1980s
856 13 Anti-apartheid activities, general, 1969-1992
856 14 Anti-apartheid activities, pamphlets, circa 1980s-1990s
856 15 Boycott Shell Bulletin, circa late 1980s
856 16 D.C. Student Coalition against Apartheid and Racism, Scar News, 1989-1991
856 17 First World Research Association, First World Anti-Apartheid Newsletter, 1990-1991
856 18 Institute of International Education, South African Information Exchange Working Papers, 1987-1989
856 19 Institute of International Education, South African Information Exchange Working Papers, 1990
856 20 Institute of International Education, South African Information Exchange Working Papers, January 1991
857 1 Institute of International Education, South African Information Exchange Working Papers, May 1991
857 2 Institute of International Education, South African Information Exchange Working Papers, November 1991
857 3 International Defence and Aid Fund, general, 1983-1987
857 4 Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law, Southern Africa Project, annual reports, 1982-1989
857 5 Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights under Law, Southern Africa Project, general, 1988-1994
857 6 Sechaba, Official Organ of the African National Congress South Africa, 1969-1980
857 7 South Africa material, general, 1986-1993
OP71 - South Africa material, posters, undated
857 8 South West Africa People's Organization, Information Bulletin, 1987-1988
857 9 Southern Africa Committee, A Monthly Survey of News and Opinion, 1971-1973
857 10 Southern Africa Media Center, 1985-1987
857 11 TransAfrica Forum, general, 1980-1986
857 12 United Nations Centre against Apartheid, 1979-1984
857 13 United Nations Special Committee against Apartheid, 1973-1984
Events
OP72 - African American arts exhibition, "The Black Soldier", poster, 1984
858 1 African American arts exhibitions, general, 1970-2004
858 2 African American arts festivals, 1968-1998
858 3 African American dance events, 1990-1994
858 4 African American music concerts, 1963-2003
858 5 African American movies, circa 1990s
858 6 African American theatre, 1966-1990
858 7 Anti-death penalty campaigns, 1970-2000
858 8 Anti-Klan activities, news clippings, 1966-1993
858 9 Anti-Klan activities, demonstration fliers, 1980-1982
858 10 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1970-1991
858 11 Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., 1992-2000
OP73 - Birthday observances for Martin Luther King, Jr., posters, 1986-2003
858 12 Blacks United for Action, flyer, 1968
858 13 Campaign Against Hunger and Homelessness, 1973-1992
859 1 Campaign Against Police Repression, undated
859 2 Civil rights boycotts, fliers, circa 1960s and 1970s
OP74 - Civil rights boycotts, posters, 1969-circa 1980s
859 3 Civil rights conferences, fliers, 1983-2004
859 4 Civil rights marches, fliers, 1969-1997
859 5 Civil rights meetings, fliers, 1964-1999
859 6 Civil rights, other, fliers, 1963-2001
859 7 Civil rights rallies, fliers, 1968-2000
859 8 For All I Trust Him, Faith, Inc., 21st Century Faith Walk, 1993
859 9 Greensboro civil rights suit campaign, 1982-1986
859 10 March on Washington, 20th anniversary, 1983
859 11 March on Washington, 25th anniversary, 1988
859 12 March on Washington, 30th anniversary, 1993
859 13 March on Washington, 35th anniversary, 1998
859 14 March on Washington, 37th anniversary, 2000
OP75 - March on Washington, 37th anniversary, poster, 2000
859 15 National Black Gay and Lesbian Conference, flyer, 1991
859 16 Save Auburn Avenue Campaign, fliers, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1990s
859 17 Selma to Montgomery March, 1990-1998
859 18 Southern Community/Labor Conference for Environmental Justice, fliers, 1992
859 19 Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, demonstration fliers, 1964 [photocopy]
859 20 Walk of Remembrance, flyer, 1980
OP76 - World Heavyweight Championship fight, George Foreman v. Muhammad Ali, Kinshasa, Zaire, poster, 1974
Politicians and political campaigns
859 21 Abernathy, Ralph David, multiple campaigns, 1971-1988
859 22 Alls, Howard, campaign for chairperson of Black Law Student Association, 1984
859 23 Bell, Fred, campaign for district judge, Lowndes County, Alabama, 2000
859 24 Binion, James, campaign for city alderman, 1971
859 25 Bolden, Willie, multiple campaigns, 1973-1992
859 26 Bond, Julian, campaign for Georgia senator, undated
OP77 - Brewster, Eddie Lee, campaign for state representative, district 30, Georgia, poster, undated
859 27 Brown, Lonnie, campaign for state senator, undated [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 28 Bullock, Ilia, campaign for School Board, ward one, Washington, D.C., undated
OP77 - Burwell, Dollie, campaign for register of deeds, Warren county, poster, 1988
859 29 Chisholm, Shirley, campaign for US President, 1972
859 30 Calhoun, Walter, campaign for sheriff, Wilcox county, 1966 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 31 Corder, James, campaign for county commissioner, district two, Aliceville, Alabama, 1982
859 32 Dodson, H.D., campaign for US Congress, 5th district, Atlanta, Georgia, 1972
859 33 Douglas, Jesse L., campaign for board of education, Montgomery, Alabama, 1966 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 34 Ford, Charles, campaign for county commissioner, 1969
859 35 Frazier, Lavonia, campaign for board of county commissioners, 1966 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 36 Frazier, Reginald, campaign for board of education, Craven county, 1966 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 37 Fulani, Lenora, campaign for US President, 1988
859 38 Gaston, Marna, Wade Harris, and Betty Ann Pender, campaign for Democratic National Convention, 5th congressional district, 1972
859 39 Gray, Victoria, campaign for US Congress, Jackson, Mississippi, 1964
859 40 Hall, Van (editor), The American Negro as Politician, undated [published by SCLC]
859 41 Hamer, Fannie Lou, campaign for US Congress, Jackson, Mississippi, 1964
OP77 - Harris, Curtis W., multiple campaigns, posters, 1986-1994
859 42 Irby, Donnie, campaign for road commissioner, 1966 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 43 Jackson, Jesse, Anti-Jesse Jackson campaign, flyer, undated
859 44 Jackson, Jesse, campaign for US President, 1984
859 45 Johnson, Leroy, campaign for Atlanta mayor, 1973
859 46 Johnson, Lyndon, campaign for US President, 1964
859 47 King, C.B., campaign for Georgia Governor, 1970
859 48 King, Martin Luther III, campaign for Fulton County Commissioner, Atlanta, Georgia, 1986
859 49 Kirkpatrick, Frederick Douglass, campaign for US President, 1976
859 50 Lafayette, Bernard Jr., campaign for Macon County board of education, Alabama, 1986
859 51 Langford, Arthur Jr., campaign for alderman, undated
859 52 Lewis, John, multiple campaigns, circa late 1980s
859 53 Lomax, Michael, multiple campaigns, 1989-1993
OP77 - Mays, Leon, campaign for alderman at large, poster, circa 1960s
859 54 McGirt, Emanuel, campaign for sophomore class president, undated
859 55 McKinney, Cynthia, multiple campaigns, 1988-1994
859 56 Miller, Jim, campaign for Georgia Senator, district 39, undated
859 57 Muniz, Ramsey, campaign for Texas Governor, 1972
859 58 Oden, L.W., campaign for city alderman, 1971
859 59 Ollie Mahone, Richard, campaign for City of Decatur commissioner, 1983
859 60 Paterson, Basil, campaign for New York Lieutenant Governor, New York, New York, 1970
859 61 Perryman, James, campaign for road commissioner, 1966 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 62 Rayner, Sammy, campaign for US Congress, Chicago, Illinois, undated
OP77 - Richardson, Milton, campaign for Petersburg city council, ward 2, poster, 1988
859 63 Robertson, Sandra, campaign for Georgia representative, 31st District, undated
859 64 Robinson, James, campaign for tax commissioner, Wilcox county, 1966 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
859 65 Rucker, Edward E., campaign for Atlanta city council, 5th ward, 1985
859 66 Sanders, Hank, campaign for Alabama Senator, undated
859 67 Sorensen, Theodore C., campaign for US Senator, 1970
859 68 Shumake, Mildred, campaign for Georgia Senator, undated
859 69 Tate, Horace E., multiple campaigns, 1969-1972
859 70 Thomas, Eric, campaign for Atlanta city council, undated
OP77 - Thomas, "Able" Mable, campaign for state representative, district 31, Georgia, poster, 1984
859 71 Thomas, "Able" Mable, multiple campaigns, 1984-1996
859 72 Williams, Hosea, multiple campaigns, 1970-1984
859 73 Willis, A.W., campaign for State representative, Shelby, 1964 [designed by SCLC staff member Van Hall and printed by SCLC]
OP77 - Young, Andrew, campaign for US Congress, poster, undated
859 74 Young, Andrew, multiple campaigns, circa 1970s
Churches and religious organizations
860 1 Allen Temple A.M.E. Church, annual report, 1998
860 2 Antioch A.M.E. Church, Sunday service, 1971
860 3 Antioch Baptist Church, Camden, Alabama, undated
860 4 Antioch Baptist Church North, 25th celebration of Reverend Cameron Alexander, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994
860 5 Atlanta Good Shepherd Community Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1999
860 6 Atlanta Gospel Forum Magazine, Outreach Ministry, 1983
860 7 Baptist Church of the Covenant, Sunday services, Birmingham, Alabama, 1991
860 8 Baptist Pastors' Conference, annual sessions, 1977-1979
860 9 Bay Area Pax Christi, Gospel Peacemaking, 1992
860 10 Ben Hill United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982-1995
860 11 Bethlehem Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984-1993
860 12 Big Bethel A.M.E. Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988
860 13 Black Methodist for Church Renewal, Our Time under God is Now, circa 1969
860 14 Butler Street C.M.E. Church, women's day, Atlanta, Georgia, 1981
860 15 Canaan Baptist Church of Christ, Sunday service, New York, New York, 1968
860 16 Cascade United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1989-1994
860 17 Central Methodist Church, Sunday service, Atlanta, Georgia, 1964
860 18 Central United Methodist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1969-1986
860 19 Charles Street A.M.E. Church, 31st anniversary of the senior usher board, 1971
860 20 Cosmopolitan Community Church, annual program, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 1964
860 21 Dexter Avenue King Memorial Baptist Church, Montgomery, Alabama, circa 1980s
860 22 Ebenezer Baptist Church, activities, Atlanta, Georgia, 1975-1998
860 23 Ebenezer Baptist Church, annual church conference, Atlanta, Georgia, 1988-1994
860 24 Ebenezer Baptist Church, annual report, Atlanta, Georgia, 1963
860 25 Ebenezer Baptist Church, annual men's observance, Atlanta, Georgia, 1985-1994
860 26 Ebenezer Baptist Church, Martin Luther King, Jr. commemorative services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1970-1971
860 27 Ebenezer Baptist Church, diamond jubilee, Atlanta, Georgia, 1961
860 28 Ebenezer Baptist Church, Sunday services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984-1992
860 29 Ebenezer Baptist Church, Sunday services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993-1998
860 30 Ebenezer Baptist Church, 13th anniversary of the Metropolitan Guild, New York, New York, 1966
861 1 Emanuel Christian Community Church, Baltimore, Maryland, 1984
861 2 First Iconium Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995-1996
861 3 Friendship Baptist Church, Sunday service, Anniston Alabama, 1978
861 4 Funeral services, 1971-1995
861 5 Funeral services, 1996-2004
861 6 Grace and Holy Trinity Cathedral, Holy Communion service, Kansas City, Missouri, 1964
861 7 Greater Springfield Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1986-1992
861 8 Greater Springfield Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1993-1997
861 9 Greater Springfield Baptist Church, Sunday service, Bolivar, Tennessee, 1971
861 10 Hall Street Baptist Church, Sunday service, Montgomery, Alabama, 1974
861 11 Lilly Baptist Church, Sunday services, Montgomery, Alabama, 1970-1971
861 12 Mount Moriah Baptist Church, women's day celebration, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990
861 13 Mount Olive Baptist Church, Anniston, Alabama, 1975-1988
861 14 Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1984
861 15 Mt. Zion Second Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990-1997
861 16 National Committee of Negro Churchmen, newsletter, 1968
861 17 National Committee to Reinstate Father Robert C. Chapman, 1973
861 18 National Conference of Black Churchmen, newsletter, 1980
861 19 National Council of Churches, general, 1963-1993
861 20 New Bright Hope Baptist Church, president's third award night, 1964
861 21 New Pilgrim Baptist Church, Sunday service, Birmingham, Alabama, 1982
861 22 Powerhouse Church of God in Christ, Atlanta, Georgia, 1982
861 23 Revelation Baptist Church, circa 1960s [photocopy]
861 24 Seventeenth Street Baptist Church, Anniston, Alabama, 1986-1987
861 25 Shaw Temple A.M.E. Zion Church, Sunday service, Atlanta, Georgia, 1971
861 26 Shiloh Missionary Baptist Church, 91st anniversary celebration, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977
861 27 Sixteenth Street Baptist Church, 30th Year Memorial, Birmingham, Alabama, 1993
862 1 St. Paul A.M.E. Church, Lithonia, Georgia, 1999
862 2 Tabernacle Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, circa 1970s
862 3 Turner Chapel A.M.E. Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1995-1998
862 4 Union Baptist Church, Hopewell, Virginia, 1988
862 5 Union Baptist Church, installation service, New York, New York, 1975
862 6 Union Baptist Church, Sunday services, Atlanta, Georgia, undated
862 7 United Presbyterian Board of National Missions, Church and Race Memo, 1968-1969
862 8 Universalist Church of New York City, concert manifesto, New York, New York, 1967
862 9 Wedding ceremonies, 1978-1998
862 10 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, activities, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977-2001
862 11 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, anniversary services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1970-1996
862 12 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, annual men's day services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1977-1988
862 13 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, installation services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1992-2000
862 14 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Sunday services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1965-1974
862 15 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Sunday services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1985-1989
862 16 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, Sunday services, Atlanta, Georgia, 1990-2002
862 17 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, The Messenger, Atlanta, Georgia, 1970-1971
863 1 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, The Messenger, Atlanta, Georgia, 1972-1978
863 2 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, The New Messenger, Atlanta, Georgia, 1994-2000
863 3 West Hunter Street Baptist Church, women's day celebrations, Atlanta, Georgia, 1989-1997
863 4 Wheat Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1981-1989
863 5 Zion Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, 1991
863 6 Zion Baptist Church, 3rd anniversary of Reverend A.D. Williams King, Louisville, Kentucky, 1968 [photocopy]
863 7 Zion Hill Baptist Church, Sunday service, Atlanta, Georgia, 1976
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