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Notes on Chapter II, Stride Toward Freedom

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Author
Reddick, Lawrence Dunbar
Document Date
[5/1958]
Genre
Letter
Document Type
Letter
Type of Writing
Typed
Author
Reddick, Lawrence Dunbar
Author Dates
1910-1995
Document ID
580500-083
Document Date
[5/1958]
Type of Writing
Typed
Document Type
Letter
Status
Cal. 4
Genre
Letter
Document Length
3 pp.
Names
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Reeves, Jeremiah
Bond, Horace Mann
Thompson, Charles
Organizations
Alabama Educational Association
National Urban League
Alabama Teachers Association
Alabama Council on Human Relations (ACHR)
Alabama State College
Journal of Negro Education
Howard University
Places
Montgomery, Ala.
Birmingham, Ala.
Topics
Stride Toward Freedom
Afro-American Education
Voter registration
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Publications
Code for Location of Original
CSKC-INP
Location of Original
Coretta Scott King Collection, In Private Hands
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
5/3/1993 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
05/14/1993
Date Updated
1/29/2009 8:44:22 AM
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Letter to Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Author
Randall, T. H. (Thomas Hamilton)
Document Date
[8/1959]
Genre
Letter
Document Type
Letter
Type of Writing
Typed
Author
Randall, T. H. (Thomas Hamilton)
Author Dates
1887-1965
Author Affiliation
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church (Montgomery, Ala.)
Document ID
590800-007
Document Date
[8/1959]
Type of Writing
Typed
Document Type
Letter
Type of Version
Fragment
Type of Signature
Signed (Handwritten signature of author)
Status
Cal. 6
Genre
Letter
Document Length
1 p.
Document Note
590000-048 on verso
Names
Saffold, Nell B.
Carlton, Alan
Carlton, Cora
Brown, R. W.
Brown, Laura
Moore, Marguerite
Everhart, Woodie
Day, Lillie
Thompson, Marie
Barnes, Mildred
Flagg, Charles
Bibb, Lillian
Robinson, Lizzie
Topics
Afro-Americans - Religion
Code for Location of Original
CSKC-INP
Location of Original
Coretta Scott King Collection, In Private Hands
Location of Original - Detail
Sermon file, folder 83, ''I'm Going To Procrastination''
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
2/10/2005 12:00:00 AM
Date Updated
8/5/2009 11:58:38 AM
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Invitation, ''Mission to Mississippi''

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Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Bennett, John C. (John Coleman)
Akselrad, Sidney
Stovall, Edward
Byfield, Richard
Jones, Charles
Carey, James T.
Jorgenson, Russell
Thomas, Cecil
McCoy, Charles S.
Place Written
Berkeley, Calif.
Document Date
[7/3/1961]
Genre
Letter
Document Type
Letter
Type of Writing
Typed
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Bennett, John C. (John Coleman)
Akselrad, Sidney
Stovall, Edward
Byfield, Richard
Jones, Charles
Carey, James T.
Jorgenson, Russell
Thomas, Cecil
McCoy, Charles S.
Author Affiliation
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Union Theological Seminary
Northern California Board of Rabbis
Western Christian Leadership Conference
Episcopal Diocese of California
Community Church (Chapel Hill, N.C.)
Catholic Interracial Council
American Friends Service Committee
Bay Area Committee for Freedom Riders
Pacific School of Religion
Document ID
610703-007
Document Date
[7/3/1961]
Type of Writing
Typed
Document Type
Letter
Status
Cal. 7
Place Written
Berkeley, Calif.
Genre
Letter
Document Length
2 pp.
Document Note
Enclosed in 610703-005
Dates
7/20/1961
Names
Barnett, Ross R. [Mississippi. Office of the Governor]
Thompson, Allen C. [Jackson. Office of the Mayor]
Pike, James A. (James Albert)
Mangram, John
Jones, James A.
Organizations
Freedom Ride Coordinating Committee
Tougaloo Southern Christian College
Jackson. Office of the Mayor
Mississippi. Office of the Governor
Places
Jackson, Miss.
Tougaloo, Miss.
Albany, Calif.
Topics
Afro-Americans - Civil rights
Afro Americans - Jewish relations
Arrest
Civil Disobedience
Discrimination in public accomodations
equality
Reconciliation
Freedom rides
Nonviolence
racism
Southern Christian Leadership Conference--meetings
Church and Race Relations
Code for Location of Original
ASRC-RWWL
Location of Original
Southern Regional Council Papers, Atlanta University Center, Robert W. Woodruff Library Archives and Special Collections, Atlanta, Ga.
Location of Original - Detail
Reel 4, 1:50
Copy Location (1)
CSKC-INP, Coretta Scott King Collection, In Private Hands
Filing Info
M2 #256
Copy Location (2)
ADBP-MsToT, Adam Daniel Beittel Papers, Tougaloo College, Tougaloo, Miss.
Filing Info
Box 1, folder 15
Copy Location (3)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
6/13/2006 12:00:00 AM
Date Updated
6/2/2015 3:52:56 PM
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Telegram to Dwight D. (Dwight David) Eisenhower

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Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Abernathy, Ralph
Chambers, John S.
Dobbs, John Wesley
Gomillion, Charles G. (Charles Goode)
Anderson, Edwin B.
Leflore, John L.
Long, Herman H. (Herman Hodge)
Love, Edgar H.
Marshall, Herbert
Nixon, Edgar Daniel
Perdue, M. D.
Shuttlesworth, Fred L.
Simpkins, C. O.
Steele, C. Kenzie
Tucker, C. Eubank
Thompson, W. Hale
Wesley, Carter
Williams, Aubrey Willis
Williams, Smallwood Edmond
Davis, Grady
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Document Date
3/26/1960
Genre
Letter
Document Type
Wire or Telegram
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Abernathy, Ralph
Chambers, John S.
Dobbs, John Wesley
Gomillion, Charles G. (Charles Goode)
Anderson, Edwin B.
Leflore, John L.
Long, Herman H. (Herman Hodge)
Love, Edgar H.
Marshall, Herbert
Nixon, Edgar Daniel
Perdue, M. D.
Shuttlesworth, Fred L.
Simpkins, C. O.
Steele, C. Kenzie
Tucker, C. Eubank
Thompson, W. Hale
Wesley, Carter
Williams, Aubrey Willis
Williams, Smallwood Edmond
Davis, Grady
Author Affiliation
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Montgomery Improvement Association
Kentucky Council of Churches
Freemasons. Prince Hall Grand Lodge
Tuskegee Civic Association
Mobile Civic Association
Fisk University
College of Bishops
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and Maids
Commission on State of the Nation and Needs of the Race, General Association of Kentucky Baptists
Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR)
United Christian Movement
African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church (AME Zion)
The Informer Newspapers
Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc.
Bible Way Church
Shaw University
Document ID
600326-002
Document Date
3/26/1960
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Document Type
Wire or Telegram
Type of Signature
Signed with representation of author (Handwritten signature by author's representative)
Status
In Vol. 5
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Genre
Letter
Document Length
7 pp.
Dates
3/29/1960
Names
Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Dwight David) [United States. White House]
Organizations
United States. White House
United States. Dept. of State
United Nations
Places
South Africa
Washington, D.C.
Topics
Afro-Americans - Civil rights
Governmental investigations
Voter registration
Apartheid--South Africa
Code for Location of Original
WCFG-KAbE
Location of Original
White House Central Files (General File), Dwight D. Eisenhower Library, Abilene, Kan.
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
1/25/1993 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
2/22/2010
2/22/2010 szwald
Date Updated
6/2/2015 9:18:53 AM
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''Revolution in Mississippi: Special Report''

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Author
Hayden, Tom
Document Date
[1/1962]
Genre
Pamphlet
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Author
Hayden, Tom
Author Affiliation
Students for a Democratic Society (U.S.)
Document ID
620100-018
Document Date
[1/1962]
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Document Type
Document
Status
Cal. 7
Genre
Pamphlet
Document Length
32 pp.
Dates
2/1/1960
11/1/1960
7/1960
1962
1964
8/7/1961
8/9/1961
8/10/1961
8/15/1961
8/22/1961
8/18/1961
8/29/1961
8/30/1961
8/31/1961
9/4/1961
9/5/1961
10/24/1961
9/7/1961
9/20/1961
9/21/1961
10/13/1961
10/3/1961
10/4/1961
10/5/1961
10/23/1961
10/12/1961
10/9/1961
11/7/1961
10/26/1961
11/1/1961
11/3/1961
11/27/1961
11/29/1961
11/30/1961
12/1/1961
12/2/1961
9/25/1961
1960-1961
3/1960-6/1960
6/1961-9/1961
3/1961-6/1961
Names
McDew, Charles
Moses, Robert Parris
Zellner, Bob
Brumfield, Robert W.
Fleischman, Harry
Haber, Robert A.
Guy, George
Hayes, Curtis
Watkins, Hollis
Lewis, Isaac
Talbert, Robert
Robinson, Harold
Ashley, Stephen
Wells, James
Vick, Lee Chester
Eubanks, Leotus
Diggs, Ivory
Bennett, Myrtis
Campbell, Janie
Travis, Brenda
Sitton, Claude
Jenkins, Timothy
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald)
Moore, Aimsie
Bryant, C.C.
Hardy, John
Robinson, Reggie
Isaac, Ernest
Hughes, Bertha Lee
Schoby, Matilda
Bates, Marshall Carwyle
Green, Gwendolyn
Britt, Travis
Mitchell, William
Smith, Ruby Doris
Cotton, MacArthur
Travis, James
Hayes, Elmer
Barry, Marion
Bevel, James L. (James Luther)
Caston, Billy Jack
Hurst, Eugene
Jones, Bryant
Woods, John
Cox, Harold
Doar, John
Marshall, Burke
Lee, Herbert
Lee, Frank
Dollard, John
Jones, Charles
Higgins, Dewey
Gadson, Donald
Parker, Mack Charles
Baldwin, James
Potter, Paul
Emmerich, Oliver
Douglas, C. H.
Raymond, George
Smith, Doratha
Smith, Jerome
Thompson, Alice
Valentine, Thomas
McGehee, A. P.
Kennedy, Robert F.
Ward, Jimmy
Du Bois, W. E. B. (William Edward Burghardt)
Reese, Claude
Thompson, Jean
Bradford, Willie
Tate, Patricia
Peete, Thomas
Vurnhan, James
Lewis, Joe
Byrd, Jerome
Silone, Ignazio
Trompetter, Isaac
Joye, Harlon
Cates, Edward
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Organizations
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)
League for Industrial Democracy
New York Times Company
Southern Regional Council
White Citizens Council
United States National Student Association
National Student Christian Federation
New World Foundation
Democratic Party
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
Congress of Racial Equality
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Jet Magazine
McComb (Miss.) Enterprise-Journal
Mt. Moriah Baptist Church (Walthall County, Miss.)
Jackson State College(Tylertown, Miss.)
United States. Dept. of Justice
Associated Press
Burgland High School (Pike County, Miss.)
Colored Girls Industrial School (Oakley, Miss.)
Negro Masonic Temple (Pike County, Miss.)
Ku Klux Klan
Jackson State News (Miss.)
Campbell State College (Jackson, Miss.)
United States. Interstate Commerce Commission
Columbia Broadcasting System, inc.
Greyhound Lines
United States. Federal Bureau of Investigation
Life Magazine
Time Magazine
Magnolia County Jail (Magnolia County, Miss.)
Students for a Democratic Society
Woolworth's
Tylertown Times
Clarion-Ledger
Jackson Daily News
Places
New York, N.Y.
Greensboro, N.C.
McComb, Miss.
Magnolia, Miss.
Jackson, Miss.
Nashville, Tenn.
Cleveland, Miss.
Pike County, Miss.
Walthall County, Miss.
Amite County, Miss.
Baltimore, Md.
Liberty, Miss.
Atlanta, Ga.
San Francisco, Calif.
Japan
Tylertown, Miss.
Meridian, Miss.
Oakley, Miss.
Marion County, Miss.
New Orleans, La.
Baton Rouge, La.
Washington, D.C.
Montgomery, Ala.
Charlotte, N.C.
Topics
Afro-American student movements
Student movements
Freedom rides
Code for Location of Original
MJMCRC-MsHaU
Location of Original
Michael J. Miller Civil Rights Collection, Special Collections, McCain Library and Archives, University of Southern Mississippi, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 2, folder 10
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
1/14/2014 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
2/7/2014 dbeals
Date Updated
6/2/2015 9:20:05 AM
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Draft of Stride Toward Freedom

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Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Place Written
[Montgomery, Ala.]
Document Date
[4/15/1958]
Genre
Book
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Autograph -- author's hand
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Document ID
580415-008
Document Date
[4/15/1958]
Type of Writing
Typed
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Autograph -- author's hand
Document Type
Document
Type of Version
Draft
Status
Cal. 4
Place Written
[Montgomery, Ala.]
Genre
Book
Document Length
114 pp.
Document Note
Enclosure in 580415-007
Dates
12/1/1955
12/5/1955
Names
Popper, Hermine I.
Dungee, Erna A.
Abernathy, Ralph
Adair, Euretta
Adair, R. T.
Arnold, Melvin
Bagley, J. H.
Bennett, L. Roy
Bond, Horace Mann
Burks, Mary Fair
Colvin, Claudette
Crenshaw, Jack
Fields, Uriah J.
French, Edgar N.
Gandhi, Mahatma
Gayle, W. A.
Glasco, R. J.
Graetz, Robert S.
Gray, Fred D.
Hubbard, H. H.
Hughes, Robert E.
Ingalls, Luther
Jemison, T. J. (Theodore Judson)
Johns, Vernon
King, Alberta Williams
King, Coretta Scott
King, Martin Luther
King, Yolanda
Lewis, Rufus A. (Rufus Andrew)
Morgan, Juliette Hampton, 1914-1957
Parker, Henry Allen
Parks, Frank A.
Parks, Rosa
Pettus, W. D.
Pierce, J.E.
Powell, William J.
Rauschenbusch, Walter
Robinson, Jo Ann Gibson
Rowan, Carl T. (Carl Thomas)
Seay, S. S. (Solomon Snowden)
Sellers, Clyde
Simms, B.J.
Thompson, Charles H.
Thrasher, Thomas R.
Tillich, Paul
Totten, C.K.
Trenholm, H. Councill (Harper Councill)
West, Irene
Whitehead, Alfred North
Wieman, Henry Nelson
Williams, Robert
Wilson, A. W.
Frazer, George Stanley
Organizations
Dexter Avenue Baptist Church
Ebenezer Baptist Church
Alabama Negro Baptist Center
Montgomery Improvement Association
Alabama Baptist State Convention
First Baptist Church
National Urban League
Alabama State College
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
White Citizens Council
Alabama Council on Human Relations (ACHR)
Southern Regional Council
Montgomery Advertiser
Montgomery City Lines
National City Lines
Holt Street Baptist Church
Ku Klux Klan
Old Ship A.M.E. Zion Church
Places
Montgomery, Ala,
Atlanta, Ga.
Boston, Mass.
Topics
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Career in Ministry
Stride Toward Freedom
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Publications
Segregation in transportation
Church and Race Relations
Other Topics
Return to the South
Montgomery Before the Protest
The Decisive Arrest
Nonviolence Takes Shape
Day of Days
The Movement Gathers Momentum
Methods of the Opposition
Matthew 5:44
Three Dimensions of a Complete Life
Matthew 5-7
Matthew 10:34
Code for Location of Original
MLKP-MBU
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers, 1954-1968, Boston University, Boston, Mass.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 118, folder 5, 1 of 5
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
10/14/1991 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
10/18/1991
Date Updated
2/4/2010 11:52:25 AM
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Program, Third annual convention

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Author
Negro American Labor Council
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Document Date
11/7/1962-11/11/1962
Genre
Ephemera
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Author
Negro American Labor Council
Document ID
621111-004
Document Date
11/7/1962-11/11/1962
Type of Writing
Printed -- published
Document Type
Document
Status
Cal. 8
Place Written
New York, N.Y.
Genre
Ephemera
Document Length
63 pp.
Dates
10/1/1962
1928
1941
1948
1958-1959
1937
1943
1957
1945
1946
1947
1950
1952
1940
1942
5/27/1960
Names
King, Martin Luther, Jr. [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Randolph, A. Philip (Asa Philip) [Negro American Labor Council]
Brown, Theodore E. [Negro American Labor Council]
Parrish, Richard F. (Richard Franklin) [Negro American Labor Council]
Jackson, Joseph T.
Jackson, LaGretta
Wilkins, Roy [National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)]
Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Franklin Delano) [United States. White House]
Truman, Harry S. [United States. White House]
Dubinsky, David [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Stulberg, Louis [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Antonini, Luigi [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Holmes, Lola B. [Negro American Labor Council]
Fauntleroy, Thomas
Thompson, L. B.
Saunders, Joseph
Webb, Chick
Overton, L. Joseph [Negro American Labor Council]
Webb, Waven O.
Webb, Elias
Webb, Mary
Webb, Ida
Kessler, Joseph [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Goldenberg, Max [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Gross, Murray [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Pokodner, Herbert [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Cohen, Martin L. [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Tuvim, Joseph [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Taylor, Gardner C. [Concord Baptist Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.)]
Gardner, Herman [Concord Baptist Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.)]
Palmer, Beulah [Concord Baptist Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.)]
Whitehead, Thelma [Concord Baptist Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.)]
Minnott, Richard [Concord Baptist Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.)]
Cogen, Charles [United Federation of Teachers]
Kreindler, Charles [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Schwartz, Henry [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Greenberg, Harry [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Levin, Douglas [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Menist, Joel [International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union]
Willis, Agnes
Street, Charles F.
Battles, Roy C.
Abner, Willoughby
Crowder, U. C.
Beavers, Joseph A.
Overton, Gloria
Overton, Margaret
Overton, Lynwood
Overton, Joey
Overton, Franklin
Turner, C. Simpson
Wagner, Robert F. (Robert Ferdinand) [New York (N.Y.). Office of the Mayor]
Greenberg, Max [Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union]
Wilson, Boyd L. [Negro American Labor Council]
Sheffield, Horace
Lawrence, George W. [Antioch Baptist Church (New York, N.Y.)]
Young, Whitney M. [National Urban League]
Gragg, Rosa Lee Slade [National Association of College Women Clubs]
Meany, George [American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)]
Livingston, David [Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union. District 65 (New York, N.Y.)]
Mann, Michael [American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)]
Reuther, Walter [International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America]
Calhoun, Walter [Wiliams Institutional C.M.E. Church (New York, N.Y.)]
Farmer, James [Congress of Racial Equality]
Abernathy, Ralph [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Webster, M. P. [Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and Maids]
Height, Dorothy I. (Dorothy Irene) [National Council of Negro Women]
Van Arsdale, Harry
Evans, Frank
Dempsey, O. C.
Edwards, Nelson J. [International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America]
Robinson, Cleveland L. (Cleveland Lowellyn) [Negro American Labor Council]
Walker, Herman [Negro American Labor Council]
Starks, Thomas J.
Smith, Corinne F. [Negro American Labor Council]
Organizations
Sheraton-Atlantic Hotel (New York, N.Y.)
International Production, Service and Sales Employees Union
American Federation of Musicians
Elks (Fraternal order)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
National Urban League
St. Simon's Episcopal Church (New Rochelle, N.Y.)
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company
United States. White House
Brotherhood of Sleeping Car Porters and Maids
United States. Supreme Court
International Ladies' Garment Workers' Union
Roosevelt University (Chicago, Ill.)
Wisconsin University (Madison, Wis.)
First A.M.E. Zion Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
International Longshoremen's and Warehousemen's Union
United States. Navy
Retail, Wholesale, and Chain Store Food Employees Union
Hampton Institute (Hampton, Va.)
Concord Baptist Church (Brooklyn, N.Y.)
United Federation of Teachers
Singer Supreme Knitting Machines, Inc.
Youngstown (Ohio). City Commission
Independent Voters' News
Independent Negro Voters' Association (Mahoning County, Ohio)
United Steelworkers of America
Davidson Academy High School (Tullahoma, Tenn.)
Mount Olive Baptist Church (Coraopolis, Pa.)
New York City Community College (New York, N.Y.)
Bricklayers International Union of America
Wilson Junior College (Chicago, Ill.)
Central YMCA College (Chicago, Ill.)
John Marshall Law School (Chicago, Ill.)
University of Chicago (Chicago, Ill.)
Frederick Douglas Junior High School (New York, N.Y.)
Central Commercial High School (New York, N.Y.)
Vocational School of Radio Communication (New York, N.Y.)
New York (N.Y.). Office of the Mayor
Americana Hotel (New York, N.Y.)
Antioch Baptist Church (New York, N.Y.)
National Association of College Women Clubs
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations (AFL-CIO)
International Union, United Automobile, Aerospace, and Agricultural Implement Workers of America
Wiliams Institutional C.M.E. Church (New York, N.Y.)
Congress of Racial Equality
National Council of Negro Women
Retail, Wholesale, and Department Store Union. District 65 (New York, N.Y.)
Gandhi Society for Human Rights, Inc.
American Committee on Africa
Mt. Zion Baptist Church (Indianapolis, Ind.)
United Mine Workers of America
Beau Brummel Club (Wheeling, W. Va.)
St. Clairsville Memorial Park Association (St. Clairsville, Ohio)
St. Clairsville (Ohio). Parent Teachers Association
New York (N.Y.). Public Schools
Places
Brooklyn, N.Y.
New Rochelle, N.Y.
Atlanta, Ga.
Westchester County, N.Y.
Ohio
California
Washington, D.C.
Shreveport, La.
San Francisco, Calif.
Chicago, Ill.
Farmville, Va.
Baltimore, Md.
Youngstown, Ohio
Pittsburgh, Pa.
Tullahoma, Tenn.
Coraopolis, Pa.
Edenton, N.C.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Humboldt, Tenn.
Jamaica
Indianapolis, Ind.
St. Clairsville, Ohio
Wheeling, W. Va.
St. Louis, Mo.
Europe
Africa
Detroit, Mich.
Topics
Labor Movement
Southern Christian Leadership Conference--relations with other organizations
Youth March for Integrated Schools
Code for Location of Original
CSfIL
Location of Original
International Longshoreman's and Warehousemen's Union, San Francisco, Calif.
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
10/16/2008 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
10/16/2008
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6/1/2022 dalai
Date Updated
6/1/2022 4:55:32 PM
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Partial list of signers of Carl Braden clemency petition

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Author
[Carl Braden Clemency Appeal Committee]
Document Date
[8/17/1961]
Genre
Petition
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed
Author
[Carl Braden Clemency Appeal Committee]
Document ID
610817-013
Document Date
[8/17/1961]
Type of Writing
Typed
Document Type
Document
Status
Cal. 7
Genre
Petition
Document Length
4 pp.
Document Note
Enclosed in 610817-011
Names
Gomillioin, C. G.
Oliver, C. Herbert
Stokes, John C.
Beatson, James A.
Dennis, Eldon
McLoughlin, Emmett
Creger, Ralph
Strickland, Warren Lee
Sherman, O. L.
Ferry, W. H.
Boodlet, Carlton B.
Meiklejohn, Alexander
Phillips, Gifford
Shipler, Guy Emery
Howard, Dorothy
Lakin, R. D.
Boyle, Kay
Monsonis, James [National Student Christian Federation]
Pitt, Malcolm
Brock, Elmer Paul [Catholic Interracial Council]
Redding, Louis L.
Stephens, Donald
Brant, Irving
Marshall, C. Herbert [National Medical Association]
Matthews, W. W.
Reid, Frank Madison
Coe, John M.
Davis, Edward D. [Florida Voters League]
Gibson, Theodore
Hoke, Henry
Jackson, Ernest
Lang, H. Daniel
Lewis, Hal
Lowry, A. Leon
Blackburn, Burr
Cahill, Edward A.
Dobbs, John Wesley [Georgia Voters League]
Green, S. L.
Wilkins, Josphine
Bonslog, Garriet
Solomon, E. P.
Abner, Willoughby [International Union, United Automobile Workers of America (CIO)]
Boxley, Harold A.
Schomer, Howard
Mackay, Roland P.
Waters, Enoch P.
Barton, Thomas
Schulze, Andrew [Lutheran Human Relations Association of America]
Womack, A. W.
Allen, Jay T.
Fouke, Hugh B.
Parsons, Howard
Werkman, C. H.
Burres, Paul W.
Findley, W. Cecil [Manhattan Committee on Human Relations]
Chambers, John S.
Reeves, J. E.
Smyth, Lewis S. C.
Stanley, Frank
Webster, Harvey Curtis
Gandy, Samuel L.
Jordan, Frederick D.
Smith, Benjamin E.
Bouttee, Edwin J.
D'Orlando, Albert
Rnderson, Robert J.
Melnic, Jacob
Scott, Bertram D.
Throckmorton, Burton H.
Gill, Robert L.
Hollander, Sidney
Smith, Nathan
Dietel, William M [Amherst College]
Allport, Gordon W.
Handlin, Oscar
Parsons, J. Tim [Amherst Students for Racial Equality]
Whitsett, Daniel C.
Broadhead, Russell
Crane, Henry Hitt
Cranefield, Harold
Nunn, Guy
Parks, Rosa
Raskin, Marvel [Michigan Friends of the South]
Read, Larence F.
Ross, S. D.
Birkeland, Birdeen
Gleason, Patrick
Hedlund, George
Hnderson, William [Student Action for Human Rights]
Gilliam, James C.
Jones, W. A. [Lauderdale County Democratic Club]
Melchor, John C.
Stanton, R. L.
Cox, Oliver C.
Hackett, Allen
Minor, R. Clyde
Holtz, Ronald W.
Wankel, A. N.
Beutel, Frederick K.
Cronon, David
Aylsworth, Leon E.
Frank, Franz
Clark, Grenville
Barr, Stringfellow
Ciardi, John
Collier, Benjamin A. [Patterson Committee on Human Relations]
Kellmer, Lawrence
Tillett, Paul
Byner, Witter
Stevens, J. Paul
Baldwin, James
Black, Algernon D.
Bolin, Jane N.
Bower, Warren [New York University]
Brown, William C.
Carey, Gordon R.
Davis, Ossie
Frank, Waldo
Geismar, Maxwell
Graham, F. P.
Hassler, Alfred
Kasin, Alfred
Kirchwey, Freda
Knedler, J. W. [New York University]
Kunstler, William
Lane, Mark
Livingston, Goodhue
McWilliams, Carey
Niebuhr, Reinhold
Offutt, Walter P.
Polier, Justine Wise
Shinn, Roger L.
Smiley, Glenn E.
Waring, Waties
Williams, David Rys
Davis, Grady W.
Greene, George R.
Jones, Charles M.
O'Brien, Joseph
Rhine, J. B.
Sinkins, George C.
White, Robert M.
Randolph, Harland
Templin, Ralph T.
Tilson, C. Everett
Atkins, Charles N.
Bragg, Arthur N.
Breeding, Corinne
Moon, T. D. [Oklahoma Association of Teachers]
Stewart, James E.
Bellinger, Ivan
Chamberlin, Mark
Kirkendall, Lester
Arnet, Katharine M. [Women's International Lague for Peace and Freedom]
Bauer, E. Carol [Mayor's Commission on Human Relations]
Blackburn, Robert W. [Citizen's Committee on Public Education]
Culberson, George W. [Pittsburgh Methodist Board of Christian Social Concerns]
Olmsted, MIldred Scott
Penney, Marjorie [Fellowship House]
Prattis, P. L.
Rawlins, Gladys D. [Committee on Race Relations, Society of Friends]
Rhodes, E. Washington
Roberts, Lenerte
Perry, Thoas
Simons, Nancy A.
Calhoun, Arthur W.
Culbertson, John Bolt
Nesbitt, Charles F.
Simkins, Modjeska
Talbot, Ellen B.
Barker, Lincoln
Hoff, Pauline
Young, Charles L.
Barry, Marion
Bunton, Henry Clay
Butler, Washington
Dennison, Doris
Ford, Erlander
Graves, George
Hyatte, C. L.
James, R. E.
Jones, Arthur W.
Long, Herman H. (Herman Hodge)
Maarion, John H.
Morgan, Hugh J.
Palmer, Robert C.
Proudfoot, C. M. [Knoxville College]
Rolins, J. M.
Sanders, Odell
Childers, R. A.
Davidson, Franklin C. [Students for Direct Action]
Davis, Sherwood S.
Munro, Harry C.
Raible, Robert
Schug, Phillip
Taylor, Todd James
Wesley, Carter
Warner, A. E. [Negro Chamber of Commerce]
Logan, C. Sumpter
Otto, Sarah
Ladd, Percy C.
Williams, Norman R.
Alexander, Wilma Straus
Brooke, W. Carroll
Finger, Frank W.
Fitzgerald, Garriet
Griffin, L. Francis [Prince Edward County Christian Association]
Guild, June Purcell
Henderson, Edwin B.
Holt, Leonard w.
Newman, Samuel
Ransome, W. L.
Scull, David
Thompson, W. Hale
Thornton, Virginius B.
tucker, Otto L.
Ball, George H.
Caughlan, John
Griffiths, Gordon
Krieger, Alex
Walker, Leonard A.
Goldsborough, Charlotte Pendelton
Hupp, James L.
Lee, Edmund J.
Ogden, Dunbar H.
Taylor, Leland H.
Wallace, William
Fleishaker, Oscar
Rademacher, Oscar
Rice, William G.
Schumacker, Earl F.
Lowery, Joseph E.
Organizations
National Student Christian Federation
Catholic Interracial Council
National Medical Association
Florida Voters League
Georgia Voters League
International Union, United Automobile Workers of America (CIO)
Lutheran Human Relations Association of America
Manhattan Committee on Human Relations
Amherst College
Amherst Students for Racial Equality
Michigan Friends of the South
Student Action for Human Rights
Lauderdale County Democratic Club
Patterson Committee on Human Relations
New York University
Fellowship of Reconciliation
Oklahoma Association of Teachers
Women's International Lague for Peace and Freedom
Mayor's Commission on Human Relations
Citizen's Committee on Public Education
Pittsburgh Methodist Board of Christian Social Concerns
Fellowship House
Committee on Race Relations, Society of Friends
Knoxville College
Students for Direct Action
Negro Chamber of Commerce
Prince Edward County Christian Association
Topics
Communism
Southern Christian Leadership Conference--relations with other organizations
Code for Location of Original
SCLCR-GAMK
Location of Original
Southern Christian Leadership Conference Records, 1954-1970, Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc., Atlanta, Ga.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 34, folder 17
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
6/4/2013 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
6/5/2013 dbeals
Date Updated
6/2/2015 9:20:04 AM
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Draft, ''Why We Can't Wait''

http://okra.stanford.edu/en/permalink/document640100-005
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Place Written
Atlanta, Ga.
Document Date
1/1964
Genre
Book
Document Type
Document
Type of Writing
Typed
Autograph -- author's hand
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Author
King, Martin Luther, Jr.
Author Dates
1929-1968
Author Affiliation
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Document ID
640100-005
Document Date
1/1964
Type of Writing
Typed
Autograph -- author's hand
Handwritten -- other than author's hand
Document Type
Document
Type of Version
Draft
Status
Cal. 8
Place Written
Atlanta, Ga.
Genre
Book
Document Length
121 pp.
Dates
6/16/1963
4/3/1963
4/25/1963
5/5/1963
4/12/1963-6/24/1963
6/30/1963
7/7/1963
7/14/1963
6/3/1963
6/4/1963
6/20/1963
7/10/1963
5/16/1963
1956
7/6/1963
6/10/1963
8/1962
7/3/1963
8/5/1963
6/26/1963
6/15/1963
5/24/1963
5/17/1954
1957
1/1963
1955
5/1962
9/1962
3/18/1963
3/19/1963
2/4/1963
3/1/1963
3/5/1963
4/2/1963
3/31/1963
4/14/1963
4/11/1963
4/15/1963
1960
4/20/1963
5/2/1963
5/8/1963
5/10/1963
5/11/1963
5/12/1963
Names
Washington, George
Attucks, Crispus
Banneker, Benjamin
L'Enfant, Pierre Charles
Lincoln, Abraham
Kennedy, John F. (John Fitzgerald) [United States. White House]
Evers, Medgar Wiley
Beckwith, Byron De La
Reston, James [New York Times Company]
Connor, Eugene [Birmingham (Ala.). City Commission]
Gregory, Dick
Wilkins, Roy
Moore, William
Moore, William (Mrs.)
Wallace, George C. (George Corley) [Alabama. Office of the Governor]
Brewer, Nadine [Metropolitan Opera Company]
Harper, Elinor [Metropolitan Opera Company]
Allen, Ivan [Atlanta (Ga.). Office of the Mayor]
Wilson, Edgar H. [Macon (Ga.). Office of the Mayor]
Maclean, Malcolm R. [Savannah (Ga.). Office of the Mayor]
Cowger, William O. [Louisville (Ky.). Office of the Mayor]
Combs, Burt T. [Kentucky. Office of the Governor]
Gremillion, Jack P. F. [Louisiana. Office of the Attorney General]
Thompson, Allen C. [Jackson (Miss.). Office of the Mayor]
Doar, John [United States. Dept. of Justice]
Waller, William L. [Hinds County (Miss.). Office of the District Attorney]
Henry, Aaron [National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)]
Diggs, Charles C.
Burnley, W. C. (William Clayton) [Greenville (Miss.). Police Dept.]
Sanford, Terry [North Carolina. Office of the Governor]
Clark, A. Wilbur [Fayetteville (N.C.). Office of the Mayor]
Enloe, William G. [Raleigh (N.C.). Office of the Mayor]
Erwin, William J. [Dan River Mills]
Stinson, Julian R. [Danville (Va.). Office of the Mayor]
Holt, Len
Flannery, J. Harold [United States. Dept. of Justice]
Aiken, Archibald M. [Danville (Va.). Corporation Court]
Michie, Thomas J. [United States. District Court (Virginia : Western District)]
Sheppard, Eleanor [Richmond (Va.). Office of the Mayor]
Johnson, Samuel
Raubinger, Frederick M. [New Jersey. Dept. of Education]
Carter, Robert L. [NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund]
Zuber, Paul B.
Richardson, Gloria [Cambridge Nonviolent Action Committee]
Goldwag, Arnold [Congress of Racial Equality]
Henry, Winder Laird [Dorchester County (Md.). Circuit Court]
Hart, Philip A. (Philip Aloysius) [United States. Congress. Senate]
Kennedy, Robert F. [United States. Dept. of Justice]
Baldwin, James
Baldwin, David
Hansberry, Lorraine
Belafonte, Harry
Horne, Lena
Clark, Kenneth Bancroft [City College of New York (New York, N.Y.)]
Smith, Jerome M.
Berry, Edwin C. [National Urban League]
Tate, Hugh J. [Philadelphia (Pa.). Office of the Mayor]
Van Winkle, Rip
Jefferson, Thomas
Sizemore, Ralph
Aaron, Judge
McDonald, Dora E.
Shuttlesworth, Fred L. [Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR)]
Pitts, Lucius H. [Miles College (Fairfield, Ala.)]
Gaston, A. G. (Arthur George)
Gardner, Edward Hall [Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR)]
Shortridge, William E.
Drew, John J.
Walker, Wyatt Tee [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Abernathy, Ralph [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Boutwell, Albert Burton [Birmingham (Ala.). Office of the Mayor]
King, Tom
Rockefeller, Nelson A. (Nelson Aldrich) [New York. Office of the Governor]
Wagner, Robert F. (Robert Ferdinand) [New York (N.Y.). Office of the Mayor]
Robinson, Marvin T. [Western Christian Leadership Conference]
Stovall, Edward [Western Christian Leadership Conference]
Dawkins, Maurice A. [Western Christian Leadership Conference]
Collins, Mansfield [Western Christian Leadership Conference]
Harris, Curtis [Virginia Christian Leadership Conference]
Reid, Milton A. [Virginia Christian Leadership Conference]
Wood, Virgil A. [Virginia Christian Leadership Conference]
Pollard, Francis
Lawson, James M. [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Bevel, James L. (James Luther) [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Nash, Diane [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Young, Andrew [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Lee, Bernard Scott [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Cotton, Dorothy F. [Southern Christian Leadership Conference]
Jesus Christ
Bunche, Ralph J. (Ralph Johnson)
Robinson, Jackie
Anderson, Marian
Farmer, James [Congress of Racial Equality]
Pritchett, Laurie [Albany (Ga.). Police Dept.]
King, Coretta Scott
King, Bernice A.
Shores, Arthur D. (Arthur Davis)
Billingsley, Orzell
Jones, Clarence B.
Billups, Charles
Elliott, J. Robert [United States. District Court (Georgia : Middle District)]
Marshall, Burke [United States. Dept. of Justice]
Dolan, Joseph F. (Joseph Francis) [United States. Dept. of Justice]
DeMille, Cecil
Walker, Theresa Ann
King, Alfred Daniel
Organizations
Holy Family Hospital (Birmingham, Ala.)
United States. Marine Corps
United States. Congress. House of Representatives
United States. Congress. Senate
United States. White House
University of Mississippi (Oxford, Miss.)
University of Alabama (Tuscaloosa, Ala.)
New York Times Company
Leflore County (Miss.). Courthouse
United States. Commission on Civil Rights
Mississippi. Office of the Governor
F. W. Woolworth and Company
Walgreen Co.
Metropolitan Opera Company
Atlanta (Ga.). Chamber of Commerce
Atlanta (Ga.). Office of the Mayor
University of Florida (Gainesville, Fla.)
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)
S.C.L.C. Operation Breadbasket
Atlanta Committee for Cooperative Action
Committee on Appeal for Human Rights
First Baptist Church (Atlanta, Ga.)
Macon (Ga.). Office of the Mayor
Augusta Chronicle-Herald
Howard Johnson Restaurant (Savannah, Ga.)
Savannah (Ga.). City Commission
Savannah (Ga.). Chamber of Commerce
Savannah (Ga.). Office of the Mayor
Georgia. Dept. of Public Safety
Ku Klux Klan
Louisville (Ky.). Human Relations Committee
Louisville (Ky.). Board of Aldermen
Louisville (Ky.). Office of the Mayor
Kentucky. Office of the Governor
Louisiana. State Capitol
Louisiana. Office of the Attorney General
Jackson (Miss.). Office of the Mayor
United States. Dept. of Justice
Hinds County (Miss.). Office of the District Attorney
United States. Internal Revenue Service
Mississippi. Supreme Court
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)
Greenville (Miss.). Police Dept.
North Carolina. Office of the Governor
Charlotte (N.C.). Chamber of Commerce
Durham (N.C.). City Council
Fayetteville (N.C.). Office of the Mayor
Raleigh (N.C.). Office of the Mayor
S. H. Kress and Company
W. T. Grant Company
H. L. Green Company
Danville (Va.). Office of the Mayor
Danville (Va.). City Council
Danville (Va.). Corporation Court
United States. District Court (Virginia : Western District)
Richmond (Va.). Office of the Mayor
Parker Field (Richmond, Va.)
Kentucky. General Assembly
New Jersey. Dept. of Education
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund
Congress of Racial Equality
Cambridge Nonviolent Action Committee
Dorchester County (Md.). Circuit Court
City College of New York (New York, N.Y.)
National Urban League
Philadelphia (Pa.). Office of the Mayor
United States. Supreme Court
Birmingham Barons (Baseball team)
United States. Interstate Commerce Commission
Alabama Christian Movement for Human Rights (ACMHR)
Miles College (Fairfield, Ala.)
Dorchester Center (Midway, Ga.)
A. G. Gaston Motel (Birmingham, Ala.)
Birmingham (Ala.). Office of the Mayor
New York (N.Y.). Office of the Mayor
New York. Office of the Governor
Western Christian Leadership Conference
Virginia Christian Leadership Conference
Southern Regional Council
Vanderbilt University (Nashville, Tenn.)
Alabama State College (Montgomery, Ala.)
Washington Post
Birmingham World (Birmingham, Ala.)
Senior Citizens Committee (Birmingham, Ala.)
Birmingham (Ala.). Chamber of Commerce
Birmingham (Ala.). Police Dept.
Albany (Ga.). Police Dept.
United States. District Court (Georgia : Middle District)
New Pilgrim Baptist Church (Birmingham, Ala.)
Alabama. Dept. of Public Safety
Alabama. National Guard
Places
New York, N.Y.
Birmingham, Ala.
Valley Forge, Pa.
Washington, D.C.
Montgomery, Ala.
Brooklyn, N.Y.
Albany, Ga.
Leflore County, Miss.
Attalla, Ala.
Hot Springs, Ark.
Augusta, Ga.
Macon, Ga.
Rome, Ga.
Savannah, Ga.
Louisville, Ky.
Bowling Green, Ky.
Hopkinsville, Ky.
Danville, Ky.
Frankfort, Ky.
Paducah, Ky.
Baton Rouge, La.
Buras, La.
New Orleans, La.
Jackson, Miss.
Clarksdale, Miss.
Canton, Miss.
Greenville, Miss.
Greenwood, Miss.
Greenville, N.C.
Charlotte, N.C.
Durham, N.C.
Fayetteville, N.C.
Raleigh, N.C.
Greenville, S.C.
Columbia, S.C.
Danville, Va.
Norfolk, Va.
Charlottesville, Va.
Richmond, Va.
Oklahoma
Texas
Englewood, N.J.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Cambridge, Md.
Michigan
Tallahassee, Fla.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
Los Angeles, Calif.
Chicago, Ill.
Talladega, Ala.
Topics
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Publications
Birmingham, 1963
Montgomery Bus Boycott
Sit-ins
Police - Complaints against
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Arrests
Freedom songs
Afro-Americans - Economic conditions
Albany Movement
Boycotts
Brown vs. Board of Education, Topeka, Kansas
Direct action
Student movements
Why We Can't Wait
Discrimination in public accommodations
Discrimination in Employment
Federal intervention
Nonviolence
Afro-Americans--Intimidation of
Martin Luther King, Jr. - Political and Social views
Southern Christian Leadership Conference--strategic planning
Southern Christian Leadership Conference--fund raising
Southern Christian Leadership Conference--meetings
Southern Christian Leadership Conference--relations with other organizations
Western Christian Leadership Conference
Other Topics
The True Story of Birmingham
A Summer of Discontent
New Day in Birmingham
Why We Can't Wait
Code for Location of Original
MLKP-MBU
Location of Original
Martin Luther King, Jr., Papers, 1954-1968, Howard Gotlieb Archival Research Center, Boston University, Boston, Mass.
Location of Original - Detail
Box 88A, folder 9
Copy Location (1)
MLKPP, Martin Luther King, Jr. Papers Project, Stanford University, Stanford, Calif.
Date Created
5/29/1998 12:00:00 AM
Date Verified
06/08/1998
4/14/2022 dalai
Date Updated
11/28/2022 6:15:18 PM
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