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Memo on Montgomery Bus Boycott

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document561223-003
Document Date
[12/23/1956]
Genre
Ephemera
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed
Document ID
561223-003
Document Date
[12/23/1956]
Type of Writing
Typed
Document Type
Document
Type of Version
Copy
Status
Cal. 3
Genre
Ephemera
Document Length
2 pp.
Document Note
Enclosure in 561223-002
Dates
12/23/1956
Names
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip)
Wilkins, Roy
Bunche, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson)
Quill, Mike
Potofsky, Jacob S. (Jacob Samuel)
Places
Montgomery, Ala.
Topics
Nonviolence
Voter registration
Afro-Americans - Civil rights
Code for Location of Original
BRP-DLC
Location of Original
Bayard Rustin Papers, Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.
Location of Original - Detail
Reel 3, frame 63-65
Copy Location (1)
DJG-GEU-S, David J. Garrow Collection, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga.
Copy Location (2)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
2/24/1992 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
04/19/1994
Date Updated
6/2/2015 3:14:28 PM
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Memo, ''The Present Posture of Negro Adherence to the Democratic Party''

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document640000-182
Document Date
1964
Genre
Report
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed

Speech delivered at Goler Metropolitan AME Zion Church (Winston-Salem, N.C.)

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document640413-013
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Place Written
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Document Date
[4/13/1964]
Genre
Speech
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Document ID
640413-013
Document Date
[4/13/1964]
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Document Type
Document
Status
undecided
Place Written
Winston-Salem, N.C.
Genre
Speech
Document Length
3 pp.
Published In
Winston-Salem Chronicle, 14 January1999.
Dates
11/22/1963
Names
Hugo, Victor
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald)
Connor, Eugene
Buber, Martin
Organizations
Congress of Racial Equality
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
United States. Supreme Court
United States. Congress. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. Senate
Goler Metropolitan AME Zion Church (Winston-Salem, N.C.)
Places
Birmingham, Ala.
Montgomery, Ala.
Dallas, Texas
Nairobi, Kenya
Accra, Ghana
Johannesburg, South Africa
New York, N.Y.
Atlanta, Ga.
Jackson, Miss.
Topics
Afro-Americans - Civil rights
Birmingham, 1963
Race relations
Civil Rights Act, 1964
Direct action
Discrimination
Electoral politics
Legislative hearings--United States
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Public Speaking
political participation
Segregation--law and legislation
United States - Constitutional law
Voter registration
Other Topics
Exodus 14:15
Ezekiel 2:1
Myths of years of Racism must be refuted
Code for Location of Original
MLKPP
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
6/26/2006 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
6/28/2006 10:15:56
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Date Updated
6/2/2015 9:19:41 AM
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Draft, The Days to Come, Why We Can't Wait

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document640500-022
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Place Written
[Atlanta, Ga.]
Document Date
[5/1964]
Genre
Book
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Document ID
640500-022
Document Date
[5/1964]
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Document Type
Document
Type of Version
Draft
Status
Undecided
Place Written
[Atlanta, Ga.]
Genre
Book
Document Length
28 pp.
Names
Connor, Eugene
Lowell, James Russell
Jefferson, Thomas
Williams, Harrison A. [United States. Congress. Senate]
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald)
Wilkins, Roy
Paine, Thomas
Washington, George
Hamilton, Alexander
Nehru, Jawaharlal
Gandhi, Mahatma
Reddick, Lawrence Dunbar
Donne, John
Organizations
United States. Dept. of Justice
United States. Congress. Senate
Peace Corps
National Urban League
Places
Greensboro, N.C.
Birmingham, Ala.
Topics
Nonviolence
Slavery
Poverty
Meet the Press Television Program
Voter registration
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Publications
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Political and Social views
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1963
Discrimination in Employment
Discrimination in housing
Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?
Why We Can't Wait
Other Topics
Bill of Rights
Declaration of Independence
Meet the Press
Code for Location of Original
HPP-MCR-S
Location of Original
Hermine Isaacs Popper Miscellaneous Papers, 1958-1964, Radcliffe College, Schlesinger Library on the History of Women in America, Cambridge, Mass.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 2, folder 21
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
11/29/1999 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
12/06/1999
Date Updated
6/24/2010 11:19:04 AM
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''The Passive is Active Enough''

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Author
Redding, Saunders
Document Date
5/1964
Genre
Published article
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Author
Redding, Saunders
Document ID
640500-037
Document Date
5/1964
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Document Type
Document
Status
undecided
Genre
Published article
Document Length
10 pp.
Document Note
Enclosure of 640521-018
Published In
SPAN, Volume V, no. 5 (May 1964): 7-10, 12-14.
Dates
2/1/1960
8/28/1963
12/1/1956
12/4/1956
12/1955-12/1956
Names
Gandhi, Mahatma
Tolstoy, Leo, graf
Thoreau, Henry David
Parks, Rosa
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Christ, Jesus
Jack, Homer Alexander
Stowe, Harriet Beecher
Thurman, Howard
Johnson, Mordecai W. (Mordecai Wyatt)
Mays, Benjamin E. (Benjamin Elijah)
Rauschenbusch, Walter
Marx, Karl
Plato
Aristotle
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques
Bentham, Jeremy
Mill, John Stuart
Locke, John
Organizations
Holt Street Baptist Church
Montgomery Improvement Association
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Congress of Racial Equality
Morehouse College (Atlanta, Ga.)
Howard University
Hampton Institute
Brown University
Places
Montgomery, Ala.
Greensboro, N.C.
Birmingham, Ala.
Topics
Afro-Americans - Civil rights
Agape
Birmingham, 1963
Civil Disobedience
Comparative Religion
Direct action
Discrimination in Employment
Discrimination in housing
Discrimination in public accomodations
Freedom rides
Gandhism
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1963
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Political and Social views
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Nonviolence
Philosophy
Satyagraha
School integration
Sit-ins
Other Topics
Matthew 5: 39
Satyagraha in South Africa
My Soul's Agony
Pilgrimage to Nonviolence
On Being Negro in America
An American in India
A Stranger and Alone
They Came in Chains
The Lonesome Road
Code for Location of Original
RFKAG-MBJFK
Location of Original
Robert F. Kennedy, Attorney General Papers, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Boston, Mass.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 6
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
7/9/2008 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
7/25/2008 10:23:49
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Date Updated
6/2/2015 9:19:49 AM
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''Communism in the Civil Rights Movement''

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Author
Smoot, Dan
Place Written
Dallas, Texas
Document Date
6/1/1964
Genre
Published article
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Author
Smoot, Dan
Document ID
640601-020
Document Date
6/1/1964
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Document Type
Document
Status
Undecided
Place Written
Dallas, Texas
Genre
Published article
Document Length
8 pp.
Published In
Dan Smoot Report 10 (1 June 1964): 169-176.
Dates
5/20/1964
8/25/1963
1/29/1964
5/30/1909
1930
1936
1920
1922
8/1963
1940
3/7/1944
6/11/1946
2/1957
2/12/1957
8/28/1963
6/1963
4/13/1964
3/1963
4/7/1964
5/25/1961
1910
1913
5/14/1964
1938
7/1955
1/21/1953 - 1/22/1953
Names
Kennedy, Robert F.
Hoover, J. Edgar (John Edgar)
Moskowitz, Henry
Villard, Oswald Garrison
White, Mary Ovington
Isgrig Horton, Aimee
Walling, William English
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt)
Foster, William Z.
Nearing, Scott
Dunn, Robert W.
Gitlow, Benjamin
Michelson, Clarina
Thomas, Norman
Ernst, Morris L.
Wilkins, Roy
Spingarn, Arthur B. (Arthur Barnett)
Chalmers, Allan Knight
Tobias, Channing H.
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip)
Johnston, Eric
Weaver, Robert Clifton
Gannett, Lewis S.
Cousins, Norman
Lewis, Alfred Baker
Dickerson, Earl B.
Marshall, Thurgood
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald)
White, Walter Francis
Johnson, Manning
Marx, Karl
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Rustin, Bayard
Dennis, Eugene
O'Dell, Jack (Jack H.)
Braden, Anne
Braden, Carl
Williams, Aubrey Willis
Dombrowski, James A. (James Anderson)
Oswald, Lee Harvey
Horton, Myles
Berry, Abner
West, Don
Adams, James Luther
Vernard, Viola W.
Black, Algernon D. (Algernon David)
Garrison, Lloyd K. (Lloyd Kirkham)
Kirchwey, Freda
Lerner, Max
Niebuhr, Reinhold
Robinson, Jackie
Eastland, James O. (James Oliver)
Baldwin, Roger N. (Roger Nash)
Gittelsohn, Roland Bertram
Reid, Ira De Augustine
Reuther, Walter
Smith, Lillian Eugenia
Zimmerman, Charles S.
Frankfurter, Felix
Ward, Harry F.
Flynn, Elizabeth Gurley
Douglas, Melvyn
Fosdick, Harry Emerson
Oppenheimer, J. Robert
Wise, Stephen Samuel
Goldstein, Israel
Prinz, Joachim
Maslow, Will
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich)
Sullivan, Ed
Davis, Sammy, Jr.
Horne, Lena
Allen, Steve
Taylor, Elizabeth
Burton, Richard
Ellington, Duke
Belafonte, Harry
March, Fredric
Lancaster, Burt
Kelly, Gene
Robinson, Edward G.
Moorehead, Agnes
Widmark, Richard
Cole, Nat King
Bennett, Tony
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano)
Truman, Harry S.
Bunche, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson)
Organizations
American Jewish Congress
National Council of Churches
Congress of Racial Equality
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
American Civil Liberties Union
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)
Senate Commerce Committee
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
New York State Legislative Committee Investigating Seditious Activities
America Fund for Public Service
Garland Fund
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
Council on Foreign Relations
Federal Housing and Home Finance Agency
New York Herald-Tribune
Saturday Review
United Nations
American Legion
American Bar Association
National Lawyers Guild
National Urban League
Young Communist League
City College of New York
Fellowship of Reconciliation (U.S.)
American Association of University Women
First Methodist Church (Pasadena, Calif.)
Los Angeles County Jail
Communist Party of the United States of America
The Worker
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Southern Conference Educational Fund
Joint Legeslative Committee on Un-American Activities of the State of Lousiana
The Fair Play for Cuba Committee
Highlander Research and Education Center
Highlander Folk School (Monteagle, Tenn.)
United States. Internal Revenue Service
Senate Judiciary Committee
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions of the Fund for the Republic
Ford Foundation
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
Southern Regional Council
Southern Methodist University
Harvard University
United States. Congress. Judiciary Committee
United States. Congress. Senate. Internal Security Subcommittee
United States. Congress. Senate. Commerce Committee
United States. Congress. House. Appropriations Subcommittee.
Circuit Riders, Inc.
United States. Congress. House. Committee on Un-American Activities
Places
Montgomery, Ala.
Pasadena, Calif.
Soviet Union
Washington, D.C.
North Carolina
Monteagle, Tenn.
Cleveland, Ohio
Mississippi
Cincinatti, Ohio
Missouri
Texas
New York, N.Y.
Louisiana
Topics
Civil rights
Civil Rights Movements in Motion Pictures
Civil rights demonstrations
Communism
Freedom rides
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Critics
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Friends and Associates
Marxism
Socialism
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1963
Code for Location of Original
MLKJP-GAMK
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers (Series I-IV), Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 128, folder 22
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
5/21/2009 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
2/22/2010
2/22/2010 szwald
Date Updated
6/2/2015 9:19:52 AM
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'''What The Nobel Prize Means To Me,' Dr. King''

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document641128-000
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Document Date
11/28/1964
Genre
Published article
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Document ID
641128-000
Document Date
11/28/1964
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Document Type
Document
Status
Undecided
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Genre
Published article
Document Length
2 pp.
Published In
New York Amsterdam News, 28 November 1964.
Dates
12/10/1964
Names
Wilkins, Roy
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip)
Evers, Medgar Wiley
Lincoln, Abraham
Nobel, Alfred
Young, Whitney M.
Organizations
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.)
Places
Atlanta, Ga.
Chicago, Ill.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Oslo, Norway
Montgomery, Ala.
Topics
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Honors - Nobel Peace Prize
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Freedom rides
Student movements
Lunch counter sit-in, 1960
Emancipation Proclamation
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1963
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Publications
Code for Location of Original
MLKJP-GAMK
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers (Series I-IV), Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
7/15/1996 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
07/22/1996
Date Updated
3/4/2010 1:34:21 PM
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''What the Nobel Peace Prize Means to Me''

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document641128-007
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Place Written
Atlanta, Ga.
Document Date
[11/28/1964]
Genre
Article
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Document ID
641128-007
Document Date
[11/28/1964]
Type of Writing
Typed
Document Type
Document
Status
Undecided
Place Written
Atlanta, Ga.
Genre
Article
Document Length
3 pp.
Dates
12/10/1964
Names
Evers, Medgar Wiley
Wilkins, Roy
Young, Whitney M.
Lincoln, Abraham
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip)
Nobel, Alfred
Organizations
Ebenezer Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.)
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Associated Negro Press
Places
Oslo, Norway
Chicago, Ill.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Montgomery, Ala.
Topics
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Honors - Nobel Peace Prize
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Publications
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Lunch counter sit-in, 1960
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1963
Emancipation Proclamation
Freedom rides
Code for Location of Original
MLKJP-GAMK
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers (Series I-IV), Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
11/25/1997 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
12/01/1997
Date Updated
3/4/2010 1:32:12 PM
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Letter to Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Author
Kheel, Theodore Woodrow
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Document Date
12/3/1964
Genre
Letter
Document Type
Letter
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Author
Kheel, Theodore Woodrow
Document ID
641203-002
Document Date
12/3/1964
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Document Type
Letter
Type of Signature
Signed (Handwritten signature of author)
Status
undecided
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Genre
Letter
Document Length
8 pp.
Document Note
Includes enclosure.
Names
Markham, Charles
Hoffer, Eric
Elijah Muhammad
Baldwin, James
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip)
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
X, Malcolm
Wilkins, Roy
Farmer, James
Evers, Medgar Wiley
Bunche, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson)
Douglass, Frederick
Tubman, Harriet
Bethune, Mary McLeod
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris)
Wallace, George C. (George Corley)
Jones, LeRoi
Stampp, Kenneth M.
Young, Whitney M.
Topics
Civil Rights Act, 1964
Civil rights demonstrations
equality
Freedom rides
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Political and Social views
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Race relations
Segregation--law and legislation
Sit-ins
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom, 1963
Other Topics
The Negro Is Prejudiced Against Himself
Code for Location of Original
MLKJP-GAMK
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers (Series I-IV), Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 14, folder 8
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
4/15/2003 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
4/16/2003 17:17:18
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Date Updated
6/2/2015 9:19:06 AM
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Interview by Anthony Lewis

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document641204-003
Author
Marshall, Burke
Kennedy, Robert F.
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Document Date
12/4/1964
Genre
Interview
Document Type
Audio Transcript
Type of Writing
Typed
Author
Marshall, Burke
Kennedy, Robert F.
Document ID
641204-003
Document Date
12/4/1964
Type of Writing
Typed
Document Type
Audio Transcript
Status
Cal. 5
Cal. 7
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Genre
Interview
Document Length
165 pp.
Dates
7/4/1963
11/22/1961
11/22/1963
9/29/1962
Names
Lewis, Anthony
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald)
Bunche, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson)
Darden, Colgate W.
Nixon, Richard M. (Richard Milhous)
Wofford, Harris
Shriver, Sargent
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Bell, Griffin
Troutman, Bob
Vandiver, S. Ernest (Samuel Ernest)
Seigenthaler, John
Martin, Louis E.
Powell, Adam Clayton
Rogers, William P. (William Pierce)
Hollings, Ernest F.
Ribicoff, Abe
Lawrence, William H.
Goldwater, Barry M. (Barry Morris)
Johnson, Lyndon B. (Lyndon Baines)
Eastland, James O. (James Oliver)
McClellan, John
Ervin, Sam
Johnston, Olin D.
White, Byron R.
Hunter, Charlayne
Wright, J. Skelly
Tyler, Harold R.
Bennett, Jeff
Mann, Floyd
Tuttle, Elbert P.
Wisdon, John M.
Boggs, Hale
Ellis, Frank B.
Ainsworth, Robert A.
Jackson, Shelby
Lucy, Autherine
Connor, Eugene
Booker, Simeon
Nash, Diane
Smith, Kelly Miller
Patterson, John Malcolm
Gallion, MacDonald
McShane, Jim
Barnett, Ross R.
Coffin, William Sloane
Tucker, William H.
Katzenbach, Nicholas deB. (Nicholas deBelleville)
Doar, John
Currier, Stephen R.
Caplin, Mort
Russell, Richard B.
Cox, William Harold
Elliot, J. Robert
West, Elmer G.
Gewin, Walter P.
Allgood, Clarence W.
Lynne, Seybourne H.
Kerr, Bob
Dillon, Douglas
Clark, Thurmond
Harris, Oren
Williams, John Bell
Segal, Bernie
Talmadge, Herman E. (Herman Eugene)
Bootle, William A.
Waldon, A.T.
Long, Russell B.
Goldberg, Arthur
Freund, Paul
Douglas, Bill
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano)
Truman, Harry S.
Elman, Philip
Guthman, Ed
Hoover, Herbert
McCarthy, Joseph
Nichols, Louis B.
Moss, Annie Lee
Evans, Courtney
Maas, Peter
Costello, Frank
Scarbeck, Irvin C.
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David)
Baker, Bobby
Rometsch, Ellie
Mollenhoff, Clark
Mansfield, Mike
Jenkins, Walter
McNamara, Robert
Schwartz, Abba
Rosenthal, Jacob
De Loach, Cartha
Yarmolinsky, Adam
Wechsler, James A.
Barry, William
Novello, Angela M.
Barnett, Paul
Bicks, Robert A.
Abernathy, Ralph
Levison, Stanley D.
O'Dell, Hunter Pitts
Jones, Clarence B.
Baldwin, James
Monroney, A.S. Michael
Farmer, James
Alsop, Joe
Kennedy, Jacqueline Bouvier
Clark, Ramsey
Wirtz, Bill
Taylor, Hobart, Jr.
Reuther, Walter
Sayre, Francis B. Jr.
Webb, James E.
Weaver, Walter C.
Lesinski, John
Humphrey, Hubert H. (Hubert Horatio)
Meredith, James
Marshall, Thurgood
Watkins, Thomas J.
Vance, Cyrus R.
Abrams, Creighton W.
Wheeler, Earle G.
Lamar, Lucius
Sorensen, Theodore C.
Faulkner, William
Oberdorfer, Lou
Ray, Hosea M.
Andersen, Rudolf
Tolsin, Clyde A.
Reis, Harold F.
Davis, Oscar H.
Branch, Harlee Jr.
Lindsay
Coleman, J. P. (James Plemon)
Rives, Richard T. (Richard Taylor)
Organizations
University of Georgia
United States. Dept. of Justice
University of Alabama
Congress of Racial Equality
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
Taconic Foundation
Central Intelligence Agency
Ku Klux Klan
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
University of Mississippi
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Places
New Orleans, La.
Little Rock, Ark.
Birmingham, Ala.
Montgomery, Ala.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Jackson, Miss.
McComb, Miss.
Atlanta, Ga.
Dallas, Texas
Oxford, Miss.
Memphis, Tenn.
Topics
Civil rights
Civil rights demonstrations
Freedom rides
School integration
Segregation--law and legislation
Voter registration
Communism
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Arrests
Marxism
Wire-tapping
Housing, cooperative
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Friends and Associates
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Political and Social views
Socialism
Code for Location of Original
JFKOH-MBJFK
Location of Original
John F. Kennedy Library Oral History Program, John F. Kennedy Presidential Library, Boston, Mass.
Copy Location (1)
DJG-GEU-S, David J. Garrow Collection, Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library, Emory University, Atlanta, Ga.
Filing Info
Box 1.5, folder RFK/Wofford
Copy Location (2)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
4/10/2003 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
8/30/2011
5/29/2013 dbeals
Date Updated
8/31/2015 4:02:56 PM
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