Subseries 2.6
Miscellaneous archival materials, 1957-1997
Boxes 29-30

These tapes include materials gathered during the production of "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?" that transcend the five cities covered in the documentary, including two tapes of Martin Luther King, Jr.'s speeches from the Southern Christian Leadership Conference. There are also some tapes of music in this subseries, including Jerry Lane and Orchestra and blues singer Josh White. There are several cassettes from the Pacifica Radio Archive, which had an interest in documenting social justice movements in America.

Arrangement Note

The tapes have been organized by format: cassettes or Digital Audio Tapes (DAT). Within each format, the tapes are arranged alphabetically.

Cassette tapes
Box Folder Content
29 1 "A Century After: A Montage of Black History," 1969 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 2 "Civil Rights Movement: Speeches, Demonstrations and Police Harassment" [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 3 Doctor's cassette [original: audiocassette]
29 4 "For Segregationists Only" [Origin: Andy Lanset] [original: audiocassette]
29 5 "Harmony" [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 6 "James Farmer: The Freedom Rides," 1960 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 7 Jerry Lane and Orchestra, "Roll with Ross" and "Dixie" [original: audiocassette]
29 8 Josh White, Leadbelly, and J. Edgar Hoover - July 10, 1965 [original: audiocassette]
29 9 "Klan Meeting," 1964 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 10 "Klan Rally" [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 11 "Listening Cassette: Wallace, J.F.K., . . ." [original: audiocassette]
29 12 Martin Luther King [Jr.] Speaks, "Crisis in Civil Rights"/"Non-Conformist" [Origin: Southern Christian Leadership Conference] [original: audiocassette]
29 13 Martin Luther King [Jr.] Speaks, "Pharisee and Publican"/"State of Movement" [Origin: Southern Christian Leadership Conference] [original: audiocassette]
29 14 "Newsbreaks from Britain" [Origin: British Information Services, New York] [original: audiocassette]
29 15 Radio Smithsonian, 1980 [Origin: Smithsonian [?]] [original: audiocassette]
29 16 Redcoats-After the Game [original: audiocassette]
29 17 "Reverend Wyatt T. Walker in San Francisco," 1963 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 18 "Salute to Ella Baker," 1968 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 19 "Scottsboro: A Civil Rights Milestone," March 1991 [Origin: NPR "Horizons" from Andy Lanset] [original: audiocassette]
29 20 "Sit-ins and the New South," 1960 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 21 "The Freedom Schools" [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 22 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "Conclusion," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 23 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "Harmony," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 24 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "No Right to Vote," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 25 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "The Challenge," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 26 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "The End of a Summer," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 27 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "The Invasion," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 28 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "The New Negro," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 29 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "The Shaw Boycott," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 30 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems," "The Two Conventions," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 31 "This Little Light: Examinations of Current Black Problems" "Valley View," 1965 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
29 32 "Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs, 1960-1966" [Origin: Smithsonian] [original: audiocassette]
29 33 "Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs, 1960-1966" [Origin: Smithsonian] [original: audiocassette]
29 34 "We Shall Overcome," 1979 [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: audiocassette]
30 1 William Hines, CBC Radio, 1957. [Origin: Andy Lanset] [original: audiocassette]
30 2 "WNYC Tapes," Tape 1. [Origin: WNYC[?]] [original: audiocassette]
30 3 "WNYC Tapes," Tape 2. [Origin: WNYC[?]] [original: audiocassette]
Digital Audio Tapes (DAT)
30 4 "A Century After: A Montage of Black History," 1969 and "No More Tear Gas". [Origin: Pacifica Radio Archive] [original: DAT]
30 5 Derek McGinty Show, April 11, 1997. [Origin: Unknown] [original: DAT]
30 6 Derek McGinty Show, April 11, 1997. [Origin: Unknown] [original: DAT]
30 7 "Freedom Riders," RC 456. [Origin: CBS News Archives] [original: DAT]
30 8 Georgia States Rights Dinner, Tape #1. [Origin: Special Collections, University of Arkansas Library] [original: DAT]
30 9 Georgia States Rights Dinner, Tape #2. [Origin: Special Collections, University of Arkansas Library] [original: DAT]
30 10 King Center [Tape 1]. [Origin: King Center[?]] [original: DAT]
30 11 King Center, Tape II. [Origin: King Center [?]]. [original: DAT]
30 12 Lancet Archive Material. [Origin: Andy Lanset] [original: DAT]
30 13 Lester Maddox and Jackson State Police. [Origin: Andy Lanset] [original: DAT]
30 14 [President Lyndon Baines] Johnson signs 1965 Civil Rights Bill, March 18, 1965. [Origin: Any Lanset] [original: DAT]
30 15 PRI [Public Radio International] Audio Logo. [original: DAT]
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