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Civil rights movements -- Southern States -- History -- 20th century.

Subject Source: Library of Congress Subject Headings

Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:

Carl and Anne Braden Papers

Identifier: MS-0425

The papers of Carl and Anne Braden, civil rights workers with the Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), number approximately 4,700 items. The material covers their work in the civil rights program throughout America from 1947 to 1967.

Dates: 1947-1967

Civil Rights Collection

Identifier: MS-0334
Abstract The Civil Rights Collection brings together papers and publications from individuals and organizations, as well as over fifty hours of taped interviews with civil rights participants. Individuals include Charles Haynie, Buford Posey, Sidney Redmond, Walter and Elizabeth Rogers, and Claude Williams, among others. Organizations include ACLU, CORE, SCEF, SRC, and several others. The collection includes a wealth of pamphlets, organized by topic, and newsletters, organized by title. Documents...
Dates: 1910-1979

Martin Luther King Broadside

Identifier: MS-3993

This collection consists of a single broadside printed from a page of The Augusta Courier dated July 8, 1963. It includes a picture of Martin Luther King along with Abner W. Berry, Aubrey Williams, and Myles Horton among a crowd at Highlander Folk School in 1957. This propagandist broadside advertises Highlander as a "communist training school" and describes the men as "'four horsemen' of racial agitation."

Dates: 1963 July 8

"Myles Horton of Highlander: Adult Educator and Southern Activist"

Identifier: MS-1852

Collection consists of a typed manuscript written by Franklin and Betty J. Parker about the life and accomplishments of Myles Horton. The academic paper also contains a chronology of Horton's life and a bibliography. The paper was published in 1991, one year after Horton's death.

Dates: 1991