Mississippi Freedom Summer Collection Edit

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  • Abstract

    The collection consists of materials related to the Mississippi Freedom Summer Training that was held at Western College for Women in Oxford, Ohio in 1964. Mississippi Freedom Summer Project 1964 Digital Collection Mississippi Freedom Summer Collection

  • Conditions Governing Access

    Materials do not circulate and are made available to anyone who wishes to read them in the Western College Memorial Archives

  • Preferred Citation

    Researchers are requested to cite the Mississippi Freedom Summer Collection. Miami University Libraries. Western College Memorial Libraries in all footnote and bibliographical references.

  • Other Descriptive Information

    http://westernarchives.lib.muohio.edu/show_content.php?unique_id=73

  • Biographical or Historical Information

    In 1964, the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project was a key initiative within Civil Rights Movement such as the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), recruited college students from across the United States to travel to Mississippi, shining a spotlight on conditions there while registering voters, building community centers and teaching at "freedom schools' in that state. Three college students, James Chaney, Michael Schwerner and Andrew Goodman were brutally murdered during their activism as they pursued the goals of Freedom Summer in Mississippi. Before going to Mississippi, these students trained in Oxford, Ohio at Western College for three weeks. The campus of Western College is now part of Miami University.

  • Related Materials

    http://westernarchives.lib.muohio.edu/index.php

  • Processing Information

    Collection processed by Archivist, Western College Memorial Archives.

  • Box 1

    BOX 1

    Folder 1: Berea College and the training of the civil rights workers. (one report)

    Berea College in Kentucky was originally to host the training of the civil rights workers. We have asked Steve Gowler, Archivist of Berea's Special Collections, to help us understand why the college opted not to allow the use of its campus. In this folder, Mr. Gowler gives us answers from various sources in his collection. (two pages)

    Photograph from 1964 students on lawn of Western College during training

    Folder 2: Western prepares for the volunteers: May 5, 1964 - June 5, 1964

    May 5, 1964 - Memo from President Young to Mr. Keebler concerning a special student conference in June on the Western Campus

    May 7, 1964 - Memo from President Herrick Young asking three faculty members to meet with him and Mr. Bruce Young concerning the June 15-30 student conference at Western

    May 11, 1964 - Memo from President Young concerning the vacating of a room for all available space was needed for the conference

    May 13, 1964 - Memo from President Young stating the conference will now possibly be June 11-29

    May 25, 1964 - Memo from President Young confirming the June conference schedule: June 12, 27

    June 5, 1964 - President Young's letter to Bruce Hanson asking for more information on the coming conference

    Folder 3: Western after the conference: June 26, 1964-July 22, 1964

    Photograph of John Doar and volunteer

    Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation (6 copies)

    Western Alumnae Bulletin, Alumnae News, Summer 1964 "Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation"

    June 26, 1964 - Letter to Rev. Bruce Hanson from President Young concerning the conference. It includes the damage done to rugs and furniture and replacing missing couch cushions.

    Letter to Frank from Herrick B. Young, undated

    July 22, 1964 - Phillip F. Myers, Assistant to the President, replies in President Young's absence to an undated letter in the file thanking Western for helping host the conference

    Folder 4: Volunteers and Sponsors (partial list)

    List (Three pages)

    Folder 5: Mississippi Freedom Summer Project - photos (14 copies)

    11 pages of copies of photographs taken by George R. Hoxie

    Folder 6: Miscellaneous information

    Western College Alumnae Association Note from Jean Perry Archivist on Box Contents

    Letter to Earl Carter from Jean Perry, November 16, 1987

    Freedom Summer 1964, High Street Journal, December 2, 1999

    Oxford to Honor 1964 civil-rights martyrs, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Monday, June 20, 1994

    Copy of E-mail to jwaldron@miamiu.acs.muohio.edu, from carolh@earlham.edu, Subject: Books, Tuesday, August 30, 1994; Copy of E-mail to Judy Waldron from Carol M. Hunter, Subject: RE: Freedom Summer Project, Tuesday, October 1, 1996

    Western College Alumnae Association Note from Jean Perry Archivist on Elliott Gorn, September 2, 1987

    Copy of Mississippi Project sold to Michele Stenehjen, May 1, 1987

    Folder 7: Miscellaneous information

    Copy of The Stranger is the Enemy, The Washington Post, Sunday, August 16, 1964

    Civil Rights Demonstration Orientation Program Being Held at Western College in Nearby Oxford, Journal and Daily News, Tuesday, June 16, 1964

    Volunteers are Lauded, Warned,Article

    Photograph from Freedom Summer Article (copy)

    What wrong with Cities? The Washington Post, Sunday, August 16, 1964

    Two Oxfords,The Oxford Press, June 25, 1964

    Folder 8: Alumnae correspondence (reaction to the use of the college from the Freedom Summer training)

    Letter to Alumnae secretary

    Letter to Berenice, October 8 (two copies)

    Letter to Mrs. from Mary Louise Charles, July 31, 1964

    Thank you note (two copies)

    Letter to Madam June 22, 1964 (two copies)

    July 2, 1964 Letter from Herrick B. Young

    Letter to Mrs. Binder from Mrs. Berenice Stegall, July 7, 1964

    Letter to Dr. Young, September 18 (two copies)

    Letter to Mrs. Stegall, June 21, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Nichols from Mrs. Berenice Stegall, July 10, 1964 (two copies)

    July 14, 1964 Letter (two copies)

    Letter to Margaret, June 27, 1964 (two copies)

    Letter from Herrick B. Young, July 1, 1964

    Letter from Mrs. Berenice Stegall, July 7, 1964

    Letter to Alumnae Office

    Western College Inter-office communication to Alumnae Office from Phyllis Hoyt, June 29, 64

    June 24, 1964 Letter (two copies)

    Letter to Berenice, June 30, 1964

    Into Jaws of Hate and Fear Ride 200 article (two copies)

    Letter to Berenice, June 25, 1964

    Letter to Whom it may concern, June 30, 1964 (Two pages)

    Letter to Mrs. from Herrick B. Young, July 2, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. from Berenice Stegall, July 8, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. from Herrick B. Young, July 2, 1964

    Folder 9: Alumnae correspondence (reaction to the use of the college from the Freedom Summer training)

    Sending Troops Into Mississippi Solves Nothing

    Repeat of Reconstruction: As a Minimum of Prudence

    Letter from Alumnae Development Committee, June 25 (two copies P.S. July 1, 1964 from Berenice Stegall

    Letter to Gentlemen to Western College Alumnae Development Fund (two copies)

    Letter to Alumnae Office, June 29, 1964 (two copies)

    Letter to Murl, Berenice, and Mary Louise (two copies)

    7/6/64 Letter (two copies)

    Page Two of Letter from Mary Louise Charles

    August 21, 1964 Letter from Mrs. Berenice Stegall (two copies)

    Letter undated

    July 15, 1964 letter to Mrs. Stegall (two copies)

    Letter to President Young (two copies)

    Letter to Alumnae Office, June 29, 1964 (two copies)

    Letter from Herrick B. Young, July 2, 1964 (two copies)

    Letter from Berenice Stegall, July 2, 1964 (two copies)

    June 29, 1964 Letter (two copies)

    Letter to Miss Hoyt, July 29,1964 (two copies)

    June 24, 1964 Letter

    Letter to Western College Alumnae Development Fund, July 4, 1964

    Letter to Berenice, June 25, 1964 (two copies)

    Letter to Berenice

    Letter from Berenice Stegall, October 8, 1964

    Letter to Western College Bulletin, August 23, 1964 (two copies)

    Letter to Mrs. Berenice Stegall, September 2, 1964

    Letter to Alumnae Office, June 29, 1964

    Folder 10: Fall, 1964, Western Trustees' opinion on the use of the Western campus in the future training of the civil rights workers (copied from the Minutes of the Board of Trustees, Fall 1964)

    Statement on the Civil Rights Conference, from the Minutes of the Board of Trustees, Fall 1964

    Folder 11: "Mississippi Burning" Trial (U.S. vs. Price et al.), 1967

    Biographies of Key Participants in the Mississippi Burning Trial Web page

    Judge William Harold Cox Biography

    Delmar Dennis Biography

    James Jordan Biography

    John Proctor Biography

    Joseph Sullivan Biography

    John Michael Doar Biography

    Sam Bowers Biography

    Edgar Ray Killen Biography

    Wayne Roberts Biography

    Sheriff Lawrence Raine Biography

    Cecil Price Biography

    Michael Schwerner Biography

    Andrew Goodman Biography

    James Chaney Biography

    Folder 12: Mississippi Burning" Trial (U.S. vs. Price et al.), 1967

    U.S. vs. Cecil Price et. Al Photograph

    Chronology of the trial

    The Verdict

    "A Trial Account" by Douglas O. Linder

    "Bending Toward Justice: John Doar and the Mississippi Burning Trial" by Douglas O. Linder

    Folder 13: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Commemoration, 1989

    Gregory to speak at Miami, Columbus Call and Post, March 30, 1989

    Article on Dick Gregory, Press Intelligence, Inc. April 1, 1989

    Gregory asserts need for change, Pottsville Republican, Pottsville, PA, April 1,People, Jefferson City,MO Post-Tribune, April 2, 1989

    Get up, stand up, stand up for your right, April 3, 1989

    Gregory Stresses Courage of Mississippi Project The Oxford Press, April 6, 1989

    Mississippi Summer vets to reunite in Oxford, The Cincinnati Enquirer, date unknown

    Miami should embrace its Freedom Summer heritage, Journal-News, Sunday, November 29, 1998

    Folder 14: Articles

    Separation Sheet from The Smith Library, Oxford, Ohio, April 19, 1990

    Black history at Miami University had key role in movements, The Miami Student, Friday, February 16, 1996

    "State Law On Black Schooling..." by Bob White

    "Summer of 1964; Rights activists recall Mississippi" by Janette Rodrigues, Dayton Daily News

    "FBI used mob to solve Mississippi murders" by Tom Robbins and Jerry Capeci, New York Daily News

    "Many voices join to honor '64 struggle" by Hope Smith, Cincinnati Enquirer

    "Souther Town Struggles With a Violent legacy" by Andrew Jacobs, New York Times

    "80 march, commemorating 3 Rights Murders of '64" By UPI

    "Remembering Lives Given, and Taken" by Clyde Haberman, New York Times

    "Oxford remembers slain civil rights volunteers" by Linda Wright, Hamilton Journal

    Theatre as an Emancipatory Tool: Classroom Drama in Mississippi, by George Chilcoat and Jerry Ligon,

    Journal of Curriculum Studies, 1988, Vol. 30, No. 5, pp. 515-543

    "The Legacy and Impact of the Freedom Summer Curriculum on the Curriculum Field: Drama in Action" by George W. "Skip" Chilcoat, Brigham Young University and Jerry A. Ligon, National - Louis University, paper presentation at the 5th annual Curriculum and Pedagogy Conference, October 27-30, 2004

    Folder 15: Memorial dedicated in April 2000

    Mississippi and Freedom Summer, Friday, October 27, 2000 (three pages)

    Dedication omission unjust, unfair The Oxford Press

    Miami dedicates civil rights memorial, The Middletown Journal, Saturday, April 8, 2000

    Fax cover sheet April 6, 2000 and letter dated April 7, 2000 to Miami and Oxford Communities from the Office of Congressman, John Lewis

    Fax cover sheet from Tammy Boyd to Karen White, the Office of Congressman John Lewis, April 6, 2000

    Remarks from Joe Cox at dedication, Associate Provost, Miami University, April 7, 2000

    Fax to Ms. White from Dr. Carolyn Goodman, April 7, 2000

    Fax of Dedication Ceremony Program, April 7, 2000 Invitation from President Garland to Freedom Summer Memorial Dedication, April 7, 2000 and invitation card to lectures Wednesday and Thursday, April 5 and 6, 2000

    Copy of Nota Ben from The Bulletin, p. 38 undated

    Tentative Schedule for Wil Haygood, Donald C. Faber Distinguished Scholar-in-Residence, April 2000

    Mississippi Summer Project Memorial Miami University copy of watercolor

    Fax of Paperweight Measurement

    Copy of photo proofs from the April 7, 2007 dedication ceremony (two pages)

    Copy of Appendix D: Mississippi Summer Project Running Summary of Incidents

    Friends of the Mississippi Project Listing of Depositors (two pages)

    Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project, listing of who deposited and how much

    Oxford Community Sponsors of Mississippi Summer Project Volunteers List

    List of Addresses of SNCC Conference Participants, (four pages)

    List of Congressmen addresses

    Page of Notes

    List of Addresses, (six pages)

    Folder 16: Summer of 1964 Volunteers Memories

    Ellen Barnes Journal, a Miami graduate student in Political Science, was doing her master's thesis on nonviolence and had permission to spend the week of June 14-20, 1964 training with the civil rights workers at Western College, Oxford, Ohio. (six copies)

    Eleanor Aurthur - Mrs. Aurthur visited the Western College Memorial Archives. She was traveling the same route she took in 1964 to Oxford and Mississippi. She hopes to write a novel about the Freedom Summer.

    o Short biographical sketch explaining how she became a volunteer. E-mail to Western Archives from Elinor Aurthur, September 3, 2000

    E-mail to Elinor Aurthur from Western Archives, Isaac Bloom, September 5, 2000

    List of questions for Elinor Aurthur for Story Circles interview, November 19, 2000

    Folder 17: Newspaper/magazine Articles

    Oxford to Honor 1964 civil-rights martyrs, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Monday, June 20, 1994

    Ultimate sacrifice 3 martyrs for civil rights, June 22, 1994 Cleveland Plain Dealer

    FBI sent Mafia after KKK, paper says, Cincinnati Enquirer, June 22, 1994

    Hopes article continued from page A1, Thursday, February 20, 1997

    To the Editor Oxford Press, July 30, 1964

    "Miami University Report, Dedication for NAACP/Miami memorial to be.... article

    Memorial honors civil rights, by Sarah Pechan

    Freedom Summer dispute not for all NAACP members, article by Camilla Hewson Flintermann, Oxford, Ohio

    Letters to the editor, Oxford Press, undated

    Ultimate sacrifice... monument sought for martyrs of movement, by Randy McNutt, The Cincinnati Enquirer, February 8, 1999 (two copies)

    Activists seek memorial for civil rights workers, Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Oh, February 9, 1999

    Activists pursue monument for Mississippi Burning victims, Journal-News, Wednesday, February 10, 1999

    Money sought to honor activists, Cleveland Plain Dealer, February 22, 1999 Civil rights workers honored, The Independent, Massillon, Ohio, February Miami to build memorial to activists, The Cincinnati Enquirer, February 26, 1999

    Dead activists to get monument, Dayton Daily News, February 26, 1999

    Internet printout of Miami to build memorial to slain activists, by Randy McNutt, the Cincinnati Enquirer, February 26, 1999

    Internet printout of Monument sought for slain civil rights workers, by Randy McNutt, the Cincinnati Enquirer, February 8, 1999 (three pages)

    Memorial: Civil rights heroes, March 1, 1999, The Cincinnati Enquirer; Memorial to civil rights workers planned, The Cincinnati Post, February 26, 1999; Miami honors slain rights workers, article by France Griggs (three copies)

    Miami U. plans memorial, Fairborn Daily Herald, February 27, 1999

    Memorial to honor civil-rights history, Oxford was hub for training in '64 The Columbus Dispatch, February 27, 1999

    Oxford civil rights role worth remembering,Journal-News, February 28, 1999

    NAACP/Miami University Memorial to Commemorate Civil Rights Activists, The Columbus Post, March 11, 1999

    NAACP, Miami honor slain civil rights workers, The Cincinnati Herald, March 6-12, 1999 (two copies)

    Memorial will honor slain civil rights workers, The Cincinnati Post, May 5, 1999

    NAACP/Miami Freedom Summer memorial gets go-ahead, Article

    Freedom Summer 64 Memorial, from Fall 1999

    Groundbreaking for NAACP/Miami Memorial, 7 October 1999

    The Miami University Report, vol. 19, no. 12, Groundbreaking for NAACP/Miami memorial, October 14, 1999 (two copies)

    Miami to remember slain activists, October 18, 1999 article

    Memorial, The Cincinnati Post, October 18, 1999

    Miami University to create memorial to 1960s activists, News Messenger, Fremont, Ohio, October 18, 1999;

    Miami U to create memorial, Star Beacon Ashtabula, Ohio, October 18, 1999

    Miami University to create memorial to 1960s activists, Portsmouth Daily Times, October 18, 1999;

    University to create memorial to activists, October 18, 1999 Daily Sentinel, Pomeroy, Ohio

    Miami University to create memorial, Wilmington News-Journal, October 18, 1999; Miami U. plan memorial for activists, Times Reporter, New Philadelphia, Ohio, October 18, 1999 (two copies)

    Miami University to build memorial, October 18, 1999 article

    Civil rights memorial to be built at Miami University, October 20, 1999

    Ohio Memorial to honor activists killed in South in 1964, Times-Picayune (New Orleans, LA), October 26, 1999

    Memorial to activists going up at Miami, The Cincinnati Post, October 27, 1999

    Miami to erect memorial in activists memory, 10/26/99, 10/27/99

    Civil rights activists honored, Times Leader, Martins Ferry, Ohio, October 27, 1999

    Ohio memorial to honor activists killed in South in 1964, Coshocton Tribune, Coshocton, Ohio, October 27, 1999

    Miami breaks ground on memorial to activists, The Cincinnati Enquirer, October 27, 1999

    Miami to erect memorial in activists memory, Marysville, Ohio Journal-Tribune, October 27, 1999

    Groundbreaking for NAACP/Miami memorial, Article

    Folder 18: Newspaper/magazine Articles

    Memorial ground-breaking, October 28, 1999 Wapakoneta Daily News

    Miami to erect memorial to activists, Fairborn Daily Herald, October 28, 1999

    Groundbreaking for NAACP Miami Memorial, The Dayton Weekly News, November 4, 1999

    NAACP/Miami memorial groundbreaking, Miami Report, 11/4/99

    Groundbreaking for NAACP/Miami Memorial, Daily Post, Cincinnati, Ohio, November 4, 1999

    I am Miami, New recruitment effort targets multicultural students, November 11, 1999, Columbus, Ohio Call & Post

    New recruitment effort targets multicultural students, Call & Post, Columbus, Ohio, November 4, 1999

    Miami Report, 3/9/2000 article

    Dedication for NAACP/Miami memorial, Call & Post, Columbus, Ohio, March 30, 2000 (two copies)

    Dedication for NAACP/Miami memorial to be April 7, The Miami University Report, March 30, 2000

    Article, Crisis, March/April 2000

    Civil Rights Memorialized, article

    U.S. Rep. Lewis to speak at Miami, Journal-News, Wednesday, April 5, 2000 (two copies)

    Headline: Across the USA News from every state, USA Today, April 5, 2000 (two copies)

    Miami U to memorialize slain activists, The Middletown Journal, April 5, 20000

    Civil Rights memorial to be dedicated Friday, Marion Star, Marion, Ohio, April 5, 2000; School to open civil rights memorial, Lima News, Lima, Ohio, April 5, 2000

    Civil rights memorial to be dedicated at Miami U., News Journal, Mansfield, Ohio, April 5, 2000; Civil rights memorial to be dedicated, Chronicle Telegram, Elyria, Ohio, April 5, 2000

    Writer discusses travels, The Cincinnati Enquirer, April 6, 2000

    Lewis forced to cancel appearance at MU, Journal-News, April 7, 2000 (four copies)

    Speaker cancels, ceremony will go on, The Cincinnati Enquirer, April 7, 2000 (four copies)

    Miami stones honor activists of rights struggle, Dayton Daily News, April 7, 2000

    Memorial honors activists, Journal-News, April 8, 2000 (Three copies)

    Missing, murdered, and now remembered, Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN), April 8, 2000 (two copies)

    Memorial dedicated, The Cincinnati Enquirer, April 8, 2000 (Three copies)

    Miami dedicates civil rights memorial, The Middletown Journal, April 8, 2000

    Memorial dedicated, The Courier, Findlay, Ohio, April 8, 2000

    Civil Rights Memorial, San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 2000; NAACP president says organization used by Miami, The Oxford Press, May 4, 2000 (two copies)

    Miami cannot speak for NAACP Branch, The Oxford Press, May 4, 2000 (Two copies)

    Editorial: Secrets out about Oxford's role in Freedom Summer The Oxford Press, printout (Two pages)

    Memorial recalls Freedom Summer by Kevin M. Kalish for the Oxford Press

    A summer to remember, article photograph with caption (four copies) Memorial recalls Freedom Summer, The Oxford Press, April 13, 2000 (two pages)

    Donations, Unidentified article fragment

    Journey to Mississippi Article

    Folder 19: Notes from Freedom Summer Training, 1965-

    Copy of Jane Adams, Notes from Freedom Summer Training: Oxford, Ohio June 17-26, 1964 , 2004 (Three copies)

  • Box 2

    BOX 2

    Folder 1: Articles, Papers, Correspondence, ca. 1964

    Posters, Pickets, and Tickets, The Miami Student, April 28, 1964

    If you are arrested in Mississippi, Prepared by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.

    Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation, Oxford, Ohio by Phyllis Hoyt

    Power of Attorney for Selection of Legal Counsel Page

    Folder 2: Freedom Summer Project (2000 Memorial Correspondence)

    Letter to the Longaberger Legacy Initiative, Ohio Bicentennial Commission, from Joseph L. Cox, June 30, 1999

    Letter to Mr. Joseph L. Cox, III, from Jane C. Campbell, Programs Coordinator, Ohio Bicentennial Commission, July 20, 1999

    Letter to Joseph L. Cox from Andrew L. Verhoff, Ohio Historical Markers Program Coordinator/Historical Agency Consultant, Ohio Historical Society, July 23, 1999

    Letter to Joseph L. Cox from Christopher S. Stowe, Historical Markers Specialist, Ohio Historical Society, July 26, 1999

    Ohio Historical Marker to be established in Butler County, Attn: Bennie, signed by Joseph L. Cox, July 28, 1999

    Fax Cover Sheet to U. S. Representative John Lewis from Karen S. White, December 2, 1999 with letter to Congressman Lewis from James C. Garland, December 2, 1999

    Letter to Ms. Lawand Kerns from Karen S. White, February 9, 2000 Fax Cover Sheet to Karen White from LaWand, 3/1/2000, with The Biography of John Lewis (five pages)

    Fax Cover Sheet to Ms. Lawand Kerns from Karen S. White, March 2, 2000 with letter to Ms. Lawand Kerns from Karen S. White, March 2, 2000 (two pages) and transaction report

    Fax Message from Karen S. White to Ms. Lawand Kerns, March 15, 2000

    Letter to Karen from Nancy, March 17, 2000

    Letter to Ms. Lawand Kerns from Karen S. White, March 21, 2000

    E-mail to Karen from Richard D. Little, August 30, 1999

    E-mail to Cecila M. Knight, Burton Kaufman, Vanessa Cummings, and Joseph Cox, from Karen S. White, Subject: Ground Breaking- Freedom Summer Project, September 22, 1999 E-mail to Karen S. White from Celia M. Knight, Subject: Re: Ground Breaking- Freedom Summer Project, 9/22/99 (two pages)

    E-mail to Karen S. White from Joseph L. Cox, Subject: Re: Ground Breaking- Freedom Summer Project, 9/22/99

    Letter to Mr. Arthur F. Miller from James C. Garland, October 7, 1999 with two list attachments

    Model letter from James Garland, October 11, 1999 with five page list attachment

    Letter to Byrkett, Ellison, Fox, Governanti, Johnson, Rhodes, Sessions, Short, and Skillings, from Jim Garland, Re: Freedom Summer 64 Memorial, October 11, 1999

    Letter to Ms. Meredith Yankow from James C. Garland, October 11, 1999

    Letter to Joseph Cox, Vanessa Cummings, Burton Kaufman, Celia Knight, and Richard Momeyer, from Karen White, Re: Groundbreaking- Freedom Summer 64 Memorial, October 11, 1999

    E-mail to Karen S. White from Celia M. Knight, Subject: found him, 12 November 1999

    E-mail from Osama Ettouney, November 17, 1999

    Folder 3: Freedom Summer Project (2000 Memorial Correspondence)

    Letter to Karen from Rev. Elmon W. Prier, November 27, 1999 with attached Man plays key role in memorial, The Middletown Journal, October 28, 1999; The Mission to Mississippi, November 14, 1999

    E-mail to Sue Treadway from Karen S. White, January 14, 2000

    Letter to Professor Miller from David P. Little, March 4, 2000

    Letter to Mr. Wil Haygood, from Karen S. White, March 16, 2000

    Wil Haygood/Biographical Sheet

    E-mail from Vanessa Cummings, Subject: for your information, 21 March 2000 (three pages)

    Model letter from Karen S. White, March 21, 2000 with two attached lists

    E-mail from Barbara Heuberger, Subject: Upcoming event, March 23, 2000

    E-mail to Barbara Heuberger from Karen S. White, Subject: Re: Upcoming event, March 23, 2000

    E-mail to Barbara Heuberger from Karen S. White, Subject: Re: Freedom... film, March 23, 2000

    E-mail to Karen White from Demetria Patrick, Subject: Re: Fwd: Re: Freedom Summer Memorial, 25 March 2003 (two pages)

    Letter to Ms. White from Dr. Carolyn Goodman, April 7, 2000

    Fax Cover Sheet to Karen S. White from Carolyn Goodman, April 5, 2000

    Letter to James C. Garland from W. Hardy Eshbaugh, April 8, 2000

    E-mail to Joe [Joseph Cox] from Donald Daiker, Subject: Congratulations!, 8 April 2000

    Dedication omission unjust, unfair, Oxford Press, April 20, 2000 (two pages)

    Letter to Editor from Karen White, April 24, 2000 (two pages, two copies)

    Miami cannot speak for NAACP Branch, The Oxford Press, May 4, 2000 (two copies)

    NAACP president says organization used by Miami, Oxford Press, May 4, 2000 (two copies)

    Letter to President James Garland, from Camilla Hewson Flintermann, May 5, 2000 (two copies)

    Freedom Summer dispute not for all NAACP members, by Camilla Hewson Flintermann

    Letter to Mr. Wil Haygood from Karen S. White, June 20, 2000

    Inter-Office Memorandum to Karen White from Jim Buckley, Subject: Letter of Appreciation, November 16, 2000

    Letter to Mr. Miller from Jim Buckley, November 27, 2000

    E-mail to Jacky Johnson from Joe Cox, Subject: Re: Freedom Summer Memorial Information, 10/17/06

    Folder 4: Articles

    Alice Lake, Last Summer in Mississippi, Redbook Magazine, November 1964 (three copies)

    Les Bayless, Three who gave their lives: Remembering the martyrs of Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964, Peoples Weekly World, 25 May, 1996 (two copies)

    Mississippi: the attack on bigotry: An outsider comes to fight, produced by Christopher S. Wren, Look, September 8, 1964 (two copies)

    Folder 5: Excerpts from two books:

    Freedom Summer, by Doug McAdam

    Walking with the Wind, by John Lewis, 1998

    Folder 6: The Mood of Miami: Interpretations Amid the 1960's Civil Rights Movement

    In 1993, for her Senior Honors Project, Jane Marie Jordan asked 1965 Miami alumni for memories of their years at Miami. We have one copy of the parts related to Western and another copy of the complete paper.

    Folder 7: Freedom Summer Continues into the 21st Century

    In 2000, Phyllis Hoyt, Dean of Western in 1964, published her book Where the Peonies Bloomed: A Memoir of My Years at Western College. At the end of her book, she has her thoughts on the Civil Rights Orientation of 1964. That one part is in this folder.

    Freedom Summer 1964: Remembering Oxford's role in the civil rights movement, by Allison Kolodziej, The Miami Student, February 27, 2004

    Freedom Summer Scholars Schedule

    Freedom Summer 2004: Historic North-South Freedom Caravan sponsored by the Chaney Goodman Schwerner Justice Coalition, June 9-25, 2004, New York to Mississippi, 15 City Freedom Ride

    Truth and Reconciliation in Neshoba County, June 17, 2004

    Mississippi Burning Website Pages Students follow the path of Freedom Summer, The Oxford Press, Friday, June 18, year unknown; invitation to 40th anniversary of Freedom Summer 1964; Remembering freedom summer on anniversary, The Oxford Press, Friday, June 18, 2004

    Mississippi town honors slain activists 40 years later, Dayton Daily News, Sunday, June 20, 2004

    Students retrace Freedom Summer path, The Miami University Report, Vol. 23 No. 38, June 24, 2004

    ABC News transcript of Waiting for Justice Documentary on a murder, June 20, 2004 (four copies)

    Democratic Debacle, by Joshua Zeitz American Heritage June/July 2004

    Contact List on Freedom Summer, 2004

    Flyer: Tour Guides for Freedom Summer Conference, 2004

    "Speakers Flash Back to MU and the Summer of 1964"

    E-mail from P. Anna Johnson, January 14, 2005, Fwd: Articles in the Post (pages 2 to 7)

    Email and attached Interview Between Chris Wellin and Roy Torkington

    Oxford's Role in Freedom Summer, 1964, The Oxford Press, Friday, June 25, 2010

    Folder 8: Various Articles on Freedom Summer from The Miami Student

    These articles follow how the students at Miami University were contributing as well as reacting to Freedom Summer.

    September 27, 1963 The Great March, The Miami Student

    October 15, 1963 Civil Rights Legislation Vote Due, The Miami Student

    October 22, 1963 An Outside Agitator, The Miami Student

    November 26, 1963 Students Journey to Washington , Return to Support Civil Rights, The Miami Student January 18, 1964 Xavier Censorship, The Miami Student

    February 14, 1964 The Letter Box, The Miami Student

    February 14, 1964 Southern Leader [George Wallace] Visits UC, Speaks on Discrimination, The Miami Student February 25, 1964 On the Right Side: Wallace Speech, [Editorial], The Miami Student

    March 13, 1964 Civil Rights Debate Begins In Senate,The Miami Student

    April 14, 1964 SNCC Mississippian [ Lawrence Guyot] Outlines Efforts Necessary for State, The Miami Student

    April 24, 1964 Editorial Page: Southern Justice The Miami Student

    April 28, 1964 We Too Shall Overcome, The Miami Student

    Student recalls Endeavors to Register Negro Voters, The Miami Student, Friday, October 4, 1963

    May 1, 1964 Our Readers Write, The Miami Student

    April 21, 1964- Miamian Sentenced to Prison, Fiend for SNCC Demonstration

    Folder 9: News Articles about the 40 year anniversary of Freedom Summer

    Freedom Summer reunion and conference Sept. 17-19, The Miami University Report, September 2, 2004

    Faces of Freedom Summer at Miami University Art Museum , The Miami University Report, September 2, 2004

    U.S. Representative John Lewis to speak, The Miami University Report, September 9, 2004 (four copies)

    Racism is alive, shaking hands, Cincinnati Enquirer, September 27, 2004

    On a different pathway to the Creator, Middletown Journal, September 27, 2004

    Miami theatre production selected for festival, Miami Report, December 16, 2004 (two copies)

    Wisconsin Historical Society Has Papers Of Slain Civil Rights Worker, [Unknown publication], [Unknown date]

    Minister flees death threats, settles here, [Unknown publication], [Unknown date]

    Finding Freedom Summer: Influences that Endure Compass Magazine, 2005, internet printout

    Folder 10: Art Miller News Articles

    This folder contains news articles that Art Miller collected that deal with Freedom Summer

    My Project is Mississippi , Terrible Mississippi, Monroe Morning World, July 5, 1964

    Editors Mail, Oxford Press, July 9, 1964

    Western Dean Writes Thoughts On Civil Rights Orientation, Oxford Press, July 9, 1964

    Letter to the Editor, Oxford Press, July 30, 1964 (two copies)

    Gregory criticizes blacks, condemns white racists, The Miami Student, April 4, 1989 (four pages)

    Memorial Wednesday of Civil Rights Effort, The Oxford Press, June 15, 1989

    Town where 3 activists died schedules day of remembrance, Cincinnati Enquirer, June 21, 1989 (four pages)

    NAACP/Miami University Memorial to Commemorate Civil Rights Activists, The Columbus Post, March 11, 1999

    Miami to build memorial to activists, The Cincinnati Enquirer, February 26, 1999

    Hopes unidentified article continued, February 20, 1997

    Civil rights workers honored, The Massillon Independent, February 26, 1999

    Miami to build memorial for civil rights workers, Zanesville Times Recorder, February 26, 1999

    Miami U. to build memorial for slain civil rights workers, Chronicle Telegraph, Elyria , February 26, 1999

    Martyrs: Monument sought for 3,unidentified continued article, undated (two copies)

    Memorial to civil rights workers planned, The Cincinnati Post, February 26, 1999

    Memorial will honor slain students, Journal News, October 27, 1999

    Dedication for NAACP/Miami memorial, Call & Post (Columbus , Ohio), March 30, 2000 Missing, murdered and now remembered, Star Tribune (Minneapolis , MN), April 8, 2000

    Miami dedicates civil rights memorial, The Middletown Journal, April 8, 2000

    Civil Rights Memorial, San Francisco Chronicle, April 8, 2000

    Memorial: Rights activists remembered, Publication [Unknown], Date [Unknown]

    Views of our readers, Publication [Unknown], Date [Unknown]

    NAACP chapter to honor front-line civil Middletown Journal, Date [Unknown]

    Monument sought for martyrs of movement, Cincinnati Enquirer, Date [Unknown]

    Miami U. to build civil rights memorial, Cincinnati Enquirer, Date [Unknown]

    Mississippi Group to Meet Monday, Publication [Unknown], Date [Unknown]

    To the Editor, Publication [Unknown], Date [Unknown] (two pages)

    A Worthy Memorial: Oxford, Ohio, project advanced civil rights, The Columbus Dispatch, Date [Unknown]

    Folder 11: Transcripts

    Freedom Summer Tape 1: Ms. Camilla Hughson-Flinterman, Gwynn Etter-Lewis, & Ann-Elizabeth Armstrong

    Freedom Summer Tape 2: Ann-Elizabeth Armstrong, Joe Cantrell, & David Griffing

    Freedom Summer Transcription- Tape 1: [Joe] Cantrell/ [David] Griffing July 24, 2004

    Freedom Summer Transcription- Tape 2: Art Miller, July 21, 2004

    Freedom Summer Transcription- Tape 3: Paul Daniels August 5, 2004

    Freedom Summer Transcription- Tape 4: David & Louise Griffing August 12, 2004

    E-mail to Western Archives from Judy Waldron, Subject: Fwd: [WESTERN] arrest for 1964 civil rights murders, January 7, 2005 (two pages)

    Freedom Summer Inventory of Tapes in Box for Transcriptions, 2004

    Freedom Summer Transcription Charges, July 6, 2005

    Folder 12: Consent Forms

    Consent forms for 2004 DVD from Freedom Summer Conference, Oxford, Ohio

    Story Circle Release forms for 2004 DVD from Freedom Summer Conference, Oxford, Ohio

    Interview Release forms for 2004 DVD from Freedom Summer Conference, Oxford, Ohio

    Video Release form for 2004 DVD from Freedom Summer Conference, Oxford, Ohio

    Story Circles for Freedom Summer List of Participants, 2004

    Technical Advisor's Page, 2004

    Mississippi Freedom Summer Interview release form Roland A Duerksen, February 15, 2012

    Folder 13: Bourbon at the Border Miami University Theater Production

    Bourbon at the Border, Costume Plot Chart

    Copy of Bourbon at the Border, stage directions and play book

    Folder 14: Nine Copies of Freedom School Poetry

    Freedom School Poetry, forward by Langston Hughes, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Atlanta , Georgia , 1965 (Nine copies)

    Folder 15: Deed of Gift signed for 2004-2011 Freedom Summer Conference, Oxford, Ohio

    Folder 16: Consent forms for 2009 DVD from Freedom Summer Conference, Oxford, Ohio

  • Box 3

    BOX 3

    Folder 1: Copies of Miller Photos

    Andrew Goodman, June 1964 (1943-1964) Photograph

    Photo from Crisis (March/April 2000) of Oxford, Ohio NAACP activists with President Garland after groundbreaking for memorial

    Flyer labeled The Worst Horror on Earth

    Save Our Land: KKK Join the Klan, For God and Country Flyer

    Photos: Andy Goodman and James Forman at Oxford, Ohio, training Session, June 1964 & Bob Moses, architect and guiding spirit of the Freedom Summer project

    Photos from an anonymous article, Missing civil rights workers burned station wagon is found and towed away. Andrew Goodman, left, and Mickey Schwerner are missing, Goodman's parents, right, sought help; Photo labeled Rita Schwerner, widow of one of the murdered workers, impressed many of the volunteers with her quiet courage. At Oxford , she told a second group of volunteers that the disappearance of the three workers only made it more important that the project go forward

    Folder 2: Miller Letters

    Letter from Wendy H. Kisken, to Mr. and Mrs. Nelson, dated October 10, 1964 (2 pages, two copies)

    Letter from Dr. Carolyn Goodman to Friends at Miami University , dated January 1999 (four pages)

    Letter from Barbara, dated August 1, 1964

    Letter from Cephas to Mr. Nelson, dated July 16, 1964

    Letter from Barbara Simon, dated July 6, 1964

    Letter from Richard K. Parsons, Attorney, to Councilman Arthur F. Miller, dated October 5, 1964

    Letters from Cephas to Mr. Nelson, dated July 16, 1964 (4 pages total) Two Letters to Mr. Nelson from Cephas dated July 16, 1964

    Letter from Mrs. Robert E. Strippel to Sirs

    Letter from Donald N. Nelson to Senator Edward T. Kennedy, dated January 27, 1965

    Letter from Edward M. Kennedy to Mr. Cephas Hughes, February 5, 1965

    Letter from Barbara Simon dated July 6, 1964

    A Washington Letter from Olin D. Johnston, U.S. Senator, South Carolina , dated 27, 1964 (two pages)

    Letter to Mr. Nelson, dated July 10, 1964

    Letter to Mr. Nelson from Cephas, dated July 16, 1964 (two pages)

    Letter to Whom It May Concern, June 30, 1964 (two pages)

    Folder 3: Freedom Summer 40th Anniversary Posters, Flyers, etc.

    Letter to Friends and Colleagues from Momeyer, dated September 1, 2004

    Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference in Oxford, Ohio, September 17-19, 2004 Conference Schedule and Program (of Events) (two copies)

    Folder 4: Sponsor and Student Volunteer List

    Sponsor and Student Volunteer List

    Folder 5: Art Miller Copies, copied by Rhonda Smith, July 3, 2004

    Carolyn Goodman Curriculum Vita

    Mississippi Freedom: South and North [article] by Robbie McCauley

    Summer of 64 Memorial by Geoff Cerilli

    Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation, Oxford, Ohio, by Phyllis Hoyt, Dean of Students, dated June 26, 1964

    Appeal sponsored by United Church Women of Oxford

    Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project Listing of who deposited and how much

    U. S. Knights of The Ku Klux Klan Registration Form

    The Andrew Goodman Foundation: Hidden Heroes: A Documentary Film Synopsis

    Thirty Year Commemoration of the deaths on June 21, 1964 of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner Reception program

    Miami University News [article], NAACP/Miami Memorial Gets Go Ahead, February 25, 1999

    Criticism Is Beamed At Oxford: Bring Out Point; Miami University Has No Connection, Hamilton , June 28, 1964

    Folder 6: Donations from Sandra Adickes

    Letter to Jacky Johnson, Archivist from Sandra Adickes, August 4, 2005

    Copy of Freedom News, July 23, 1964

    Copy of Script of 1953 Class Stunt

    Copy of A Freedom Teacher's Report: Phones Are Tapped, Informers Watch Them, Article

    Copy of Sandra Adickes Own Story: Why I Went to Mississippi, Article

    Copy of Envelope Classes out of doors with: 1 negative

    Copy of Envelope Mrs. Addie Mae Jackson my host in Palmer's Crossing with: 1 negative

    Copy of Envelope Priest Creek Baptist Church Freedom School with: 2 negatives Copy of Envelope Volunteers with: note and 1 negative

    Copy of 1 photograph and 1 negative Copy of 1 photograph and 2 negatives

    Copy of 2 photographs

    Copy of Envelope FS Student with: 1 negative

    Copy of 4 photographs

    Copy of 4 photographs

    Copy of 5 photographs

    Copy of 5 photographs

    Letter from Adickes about her book the Legacy of a Freedom School and possible visit by her to lecture

    Biography about Sandra Adickes

    Folder 7: Donations from Nina Myatt

    Copy of SNCC summer project harassed, Record, Antioch College, May 8, 1964

    Copy of SNCC workers scared but determined while in Oxford, Record, Antioch College, Monday, July 6, 1964

    Copy of ACRE organizes Miss. Co-op, Record, Antioch College, Friday, October 30, 1964

    Copy of SNCC workers scared but determined while in Oxford, Record, Antioch College, Friday, July 3, 1964

    Copy of A Long, Hot Summer in Mississippi, The Antiochian, November 196?

    Copy of Article Page 2

    Letter from Nina Myatt, Curator Antioch University, Yellow Springs Ohio to Western Archives outlining items in their collection related to Freedom Summer in Oxford, September 20, 2005

    Folder 8: More Freedom Summer

    Photo Gallery: Neshoba's Legacy of Racial Violence, Online Print-Out (three copies)

    Folder 9: Smithsonian: Voices of the Civil Rights Movement

    Copy of Book Voices of the Civil Rights Movement: Black American Freedom Songs 1960-1966 from Smithsonian Institution, Program in Black American Culture

  • Box 4

    BOX 4

    Folder 1: Why Mississippi?

    Satirical comic strip, New York Times, "Views of the Civil Rights Crisis", June 28, 1964

    Article Mississippi: A Profile of the Nation's Most Segregated State, [1964]

    Graph of The Civil Rights Bill - Four Key Provisions and the Problems they are Designed to Correct

    Folder 2: Articles from 1964

    Folder 2.1:

    Students Start Rights Training in Oxford, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 15, 196 Students Told Dixie Has Perils, by Raymond R. Coffey Chicago News, June 16, 1964

    Students Told: Watch Out for Klan, by Nicholas Hoffman Chicago News, June 17, 1964

    Two Valley City College Students Among Trainees for Rights Mission, by Raymond R. Coffey, CDN Forum News Service; Carrington, Mandaree Young Men Are Friends, Have Much in Common Morning Forum, Fargo, North Dakota

    Students Warned on Southern Law, by Claude Sitton, The New York Times, Friday, June 19, [1964]

    Racial Workers Ready to Invade State, Gulfport-Biloxi, Miss. Herald, Undated

    Shaken But Staying, Mississippi Rights Corps Vow to Go On Full Steam, Monroe (LA) World, June 20, 1964

    Group Wants Mississippi Occupied, by Joseph Alsop, Royal Tribune June 30, 1964;

    Students Will Seek to Register 200,000 Mississippi Negroes, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 20, 1964 (two copies)

    "Dangerous Summer, The Milwaukee Journal, June 19, 1964

    U.S. Aide Cautions Rights Workers, The New York Times, June 20, 1964; Dangerous Summer, The Milwaukee Journal, June 19, 1964

    200 Students Heading for Mississippi, Lafayette, LA Advertiser, June 21, 1964;

    Race Corps Moving on Mississippi, by Hoke Norris, Pittsburgh Pa. Press, June 21, 1964

    Mississippi Rights Bus Leaves Ohio, Pine Bluff Ark Commercial, June 21, 1964

    Son in Miss. Jail, Father Asks U.S. Aid, New York Post, June 21, 1964

    Folder 2.2:

    Students Jam Mississippi to Aid Negroes, The Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 22, 1964

    Second Session at Oxford, Missing Men Report Stirs Rights Trainees, Cincinnati Enquirer, June 23, 1964; Civil Rights Workers Arrive in Mississippi, June 22, 1964; 2d Student Unit Begins Training, Cleveland Plain Dealer, date unknown

    The Dangerous Journey, New York Post, June 24, 1964

    Oxford Demonstrators Undaunted Dayton News, June 24, 1964 (two copies)

    Charred Hulk of Car Spurs Intense Search, New Haven, Conn. Register, June 24, 1964

    Group Appeals for Protection, Hackensack, NJ Record, date unknown; UW Rights Worker Approaches Trip Soberly, Milwaukee Journal, June 25, 1964

    Cranks on Phones Intimidate Parents, Hartford, Conn. Times, date unknown;

    No Volunteers Quit Civil Rights Project, Bay City Mich. Times, June 1964

    Travelers Yet to Come, by Jimmy Breslin, New York Herald-Tribune, June 25, 1964

    Integration Students To Continue in The Project, Marion, Ind. Leader-Tribune, June 25, 1964

    Week of Violence, New York Times, June 28, 2964

    Mississippi Invasion Army, Columbia, S.C. Record, June 25, 1964

    Wife of Missing Rights Worker Wants Sheriff to Deny Its Stunt Minneapolis Tribune, June 26, 1964

    Make Mississippi Safe, Cleveland Press, June 25, 1964

    More Rightists To Leave Oxford for Mississippi This Weekend, Cincinnati Enquirer, June 25, 1964;

    Parents Backing Mississippi Drive Despite Danger, They Won't Bid Students Come Home by Thomas Buckley; Tribute to Youth In Mississippi Crisis, News American, Baltimore, MD.,(June 25, 1964?)

    Tribute to Youth in Mississippi Crisis, Baltimore, MD. News American, June 1964

    In Mississippi Students Urged to Work Harder, Greenville, Tex. Herald Banner, date unknown; Johnson's Warning on Rights, Cleveland Plain Dealer, June 25, 1964

    Mississippi's Lawless Invaders, Shreveport Louisiana Journal, June 24, 1964

    "Work Harder, Civil Rights, School Students Urged, 6/26/64

    Last Oxford Group Off to Mississippi, The Plain Dealer, June 28, 1964

    Folder 2.3:

    Milwaukeean On the Scene in Mississippi, Milwaukee Sentinel, date unknown

    Southern Critics: Oxford Blamed for Rights Meet, Dayton News, June 23, 1964

    Collegiates Will Invade Mississippi, Vicksburg Post, 1964

    Fight to Avoid Use of Troops in Mississippi, Racine, Wis. Journal-Times, June 30, 1964

    Workers Will Move Full Steam, by John Hall,El Paso, Tex. Times, date unknown

    "Rights Workers Shaken but Still Pour into Miss, June 30, 1964

    Mississippi Now Has Armed Guerrilla Units, Lewiston, Idaho Tribune, June 1964

    U.S. Puts Rights Army On Its Own in Dixie, Chicago News, date unknown

    More FBI Agents in Mississippi, Gastonia, N.C. Gazette, date unknown

    Students Get Taste of Terror at School, Newark, N.J., Star-Ledger, date unknown

    Oxford Still Talks of Training Meet, Article; White Moderate Lives in Fear Very Real Danger in Mississippi, Minneapolis Tribune, 7/12/64

    Mississippi Project Friends Seek Donations to Aid Work, Oxford Press, July 2, 1964; Rights Group Knew Mississippi Dangers, Columbus Dispatch, date unknown

    Rights Workers Vow Miss. Push, Elmira, NY, Star Gazette, June 30, 1964

    Negroes Plan to Test Bill, Murfreesboro Tenn. News-Journal, date unknown; Rights Invaders Told: Be Wary of Mississippi Cops, Chicago News, date unknown; Trainees for Rights Mission, Fargo, ND Morning Forum, date unknown

    No Religious Beliefs, In Mississippi Today, Cool Look at Long Summer Articles; First Page of Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation

    Editors Mail Two Articles

    Fear Clash With Militia, Article; Volunteers Are Lauded, Warned, Article

    Senseless Slaughter, Thursday, August 6, 1964

    Young Rights Trainees Scared, Dedicated, Austin Texan, date unknown; Tommies Liked His Song, Carbondale, Ill. South Illinoisan, July 2, 1964

    Ex-St. Paulite Risks Life in Mississippi, Minneapolis, Minn. Tribune, date unknown

    Folder 2.4:

    Rights Worker Reports on Mississippi: ‘In some Cases the People Were Polite’ Philadelphia Bulletin, date unknown

    Rights Worker to Speak Here, Cincinnati Post & Times Star, 8/27/64

    Urges Caution on Rights Test, Cleveland Plain Dealer, date unknown

    Editorial Comment Article; Death Fears Slow Dixie Rights Drive Article; Workers Vow Strong Drive in Mississippi, Toledo Times, date unknown; Rights Workers will continue, Thomasville Times, June 30, 1964

    Fight to Avoid Use of Troops in Mississippi, Racine, Wis. Journal-Times, June 30, 1964

    U.S. Powers are Limited in Dealing with Civil Rights Strife, Article

    No Volunteers Quit Civil Rights Project, Bay City Mich. Times, June 1964

    FBI Joins in Search in South for 3 Missing Rights Workers, Yonkers, NY Herald Statesman, date unknown; Freedom To the Delta, Charleston, SC Post, date unknown

    Dulles Being Sent to Scene; On LBJ Orders, Bridgeport, Conn. Post, date unknown; Dulles Heads Probe of Missing Rights Trio in Mississippi Article

    Says Mississippi Project has responsible leadership, Lancaster, PA. Intelligencer-Journal; More Volunteers For Mississippi, Columbia, MO. Tribune

    Three Greater Boston Students in Mississippi: Bullets Threats Ostracism, Article

    SNCC Aids Insurrectionary Group Article, The Agony of Mississippi Daring New Gospel is Heard, New York Journal American, 1964

    Rights Workers Trained to Cope With Violence, Jail, Milwaukee Journal, July 5, 1964

    In Mississippi Greenville, Tex. Herald Banner, date unknown

    For Freedom Schools, To Deputize 50 Farmers Articles on One page (Week of Violence Article on Back)

    Rights Training Classes Slated for June 12-27 Cleveland Plain Dealer, undated

    Folder 3: Articles from 1964

    "Alpha Sigma Alpha Pledges 12 Women for Fall Classes, October 25, 1963

    "The First Step:, The Miami Student, December 6, 1963

    Academic Freedom, The Miami Student, Friday, February 14, 1964

    Posters, Pickets and Tickets, The Miami Student, Tuesday, April 28, 1964

    Gregory, Freedom Group Stage Civil Rights Benefit, The Miami Student, Tuesday, April 28, 1964

    Spotlight: Civil Rights, The Miami Student, Friday, March 20, 1964

    Rumor, The Miami Student, Friday, May 1, 1964

    Gregory Concert Yields No Violence, May 1, 1964

    Gregory Discusses Student's Action in Press Interview, The Miami Student, May 11, 1964

    FBI Joins in Search in South for 3 Missing Rights Workers, Yonkers, NY Herald Statesman, date

    Matter of Fact, Murder by Night,by Joseph Alsop, Washington Post, June 17, 1964

    Civil Rights Study Begins on Western College Campus, The Oxford Press, June 18, 1964

    "Dear Friend of the Mississippi Summer Project, June 28, 1964, 2 pages

    "The News of the Week In Review as Demonstrators and Violence Focused the Nation's Attention on the Civil

    Rights Struggle"

    "Dear Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project, July 4, 1964

    Civil Rights Groups at Western Prepare for Voter Registration, August 1964

    Birmingham Place for Hope Reports Dr. R. Frank Fulton, The Oxford Press, Thursday, July 30, 1964

    Mourning a son, Copy of Photograph, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Goodman reacts as the body of their son Andrew is taken from a plane at Newark Airport on August 7.

    Trustees Set Policy College to Refuse Rights Prep School, Akron Beacon Journal, March 26, 1965

    Event sincere, Selma Marcher Tells NAACP, Hamilton, May 20, 1965

    Training for the freedom fight, Activists recall Oxford program, Cincinnati Enquirer, June 20, 1989

    Rights Worker Service Slated, The Daily Standard, Celina, O., June 21, 1989

    Plaque honors human rights, The Oxford Press, Thursday, October 29, 1992

    Oxford marks registration projects 30th anniversary on Tuesday, June 21, Times Bulletin, Van Wert, O., June 18, 1994

    Miami civil rights monument gets guarantee, Journal-News, Friday, February 26, 1999

    Freedom Summer volunteers among those who were truly great Article, April 11, 1999

    "Miami's tribute to civil rights martyrs by Allan Winkler, June 28, 1999

    Miami memorial to honor civil rights activists, Wednesday, October 13, 1999

    Terrorists Cheated of Victim: Three Lives for Mississippi Article, undated

    A Reflection on June, 1964 and Racism, Then and Now, Speech from Rick Momeyer, June 18, 1994; Criticism is Beamed at Oxford, Hamilton, 6/28/64

    78 Leave Here on Summer Rights Project Cincinnati Enquirer, June 1964

    "Missing" Poster (two copies)

    Alvin Silverman Urges Caution on Rights Test, Cleveland Plain Dealer, date unknown

    Three Youths Trained Here Disappear, The Oxford Press, June 25, 1964

    Civil Rights Workers Arrive in Mississippi, June 22,1964;

    Editorially Speaking... Why Blame Us? Your Right to Know is the Key to Liberty The Oxford Press, July 2, 1964

    Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation June 26, 1964, Oxford, Ohio, by Phyllis Hoyt (two copies)

    The First Step, The Miami Student, Friday, December 6, 1963

    Wesley Foundation Discusses New Civil Rights Legislation, The Miami Student, October 25, 1963

    Matter of Fact: Murder by Night, Washington Post, June 17, 1964

    Rights Worker Service Slated, The Daily Standard, Celina, O., June 21, 1989

    Oxford marks registration projects 30th anniversary on Tuesday, June 21, Times Bulletin, Van Wert, O., June 18, 1994

    Miami to build memorial to activists, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Friday, February 26, 1999

    Monument sought for martyrs of movement, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Monday, February 8, 1999

    Miami's tribute to civil rights martyrs, Cincinnati Post, June 28, 1999

    Memorial will honor slain civil rights workers, Cincinnati Post, May 5, 1999

    Black History at Miami University had key role in movements, The Miami Student, Friday, February 16, 1996

    Missing auto of trio found by FBI Tuesday (1964), The Neshoba Democrat, June 25, 1964

    Historical context of 1964 civil rights murders, The Neshoba Democrat, June 25, 1964

    Visiting media (July 9, 1964), The Neshoba Democrat, July 9, 1964

    $1 million suit filed against NBC, others, The Neshoba Democrat, July 23, 1964

    Civil Righter's suit dismissed/August 6, 1964, The Neshoba Democrat, August 6, 1964

    Bodies of missing trio found buried in levee, The Neshoba Democrat, August 6, 1964

    Justice Department Attorney is Booed at Civil Rights School, Minneapolis, Minn. Tribune, date unknown

    Folder 4: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Commemoration, 1989

    Freedom school's grads return to tell life's lessons, The First Cox Newspaper, Thursday, March 30, 1989

    Miami to recall role in civil rights tragedy, The Journal-News, Saturday, June 17, 1989

    Observance to mark slayings in Mississippi, Middletown (Ohio) Journal, Sunday, June 18, 1989

    Remembering slain activists for civil rights, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Tuesday, June 20, 1989

    "Twenty Fifth Commemoration of Freedom Summer an Oxford Community Celebration" June 21, 1989

    Service at Miami University remembers place in history, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, June 22, 1989

    Service Honors Trio of Martyrs, The Journal-News, Thursday, June 22, 1989

    Civil rights movement veterans honor slain workers, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Thursday, June 22, 1989

    Freedom Summer 1964, High Street Journal, December 2, 1999

    Folder 5: Articles from 1964

    Western C. To Host Civil Rights School, Oxford Press, May 28, 1964

    U.S. Aide Cautions Rights Workers, The New York Times, June 20, 1964

    Over 100 Students-Civil Rights Workers Arrive in Mississippi, June 22, 1964; 3 Rights Workers Are Freed After Paying $20 Fines, Baton Rouge, LA. State Times, date unknown; 2nd Student Unit Begins Training, Cleveland Plain Dealer, date unknown

    "COFO, the Coalition That's Battling by Dom Bonafede, The Herald Tribune, date unknown

    With Dignity and Restraint, Clarksdale, Miss. Press Register, date unknown.

    Course at WCW In Civil Rights to Enroll 600, 1964

    "Article by Hank Hokamp", Champaign, Ill. News-Gazette, August 30, year unknown

    The March on Mississippi, Daytona Beach, Journal;

    Postdeb Joins Crusade, Milwaukee Wis. Sentinel, date unknown

    Freedom Summer Orientation

  • Box 5

    BOX 5

    20th Century Interactive Making Connections to America's Past, Teacher's Guide and CD-Rom

  • Box 6

    BOX 6

    Folder 1: Articles and Papers, ca. 1964

    Inter-Collegiate Conference on Community Action in Race Relations, Oxford, Ohio, March 25-30, 1961 Informational Brochure

    Letter to Mr. Hoxie from Ruth Lester from Life, July 3, 1964

    Newsletter from Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project Newsletter No., 2, August 5, 1964; June 18, 1964; July 14, 1964; August 5, 1964; September 22, 1964; November 18, 1964; January 25, 1964

    In Keeping with the Prophets: The Mississippi Summer of 1964, The Christian Century, date unknown

    Folder 2: Freedom Summer Papers, undated, ca. 1964

    Western College Alumnae Annual Giving Fund Envelope filled out by Mrs. Edw. F. Heekin

    Letter to Mr. Frank Dodd from Herrick B. Young, President, date unknown

    Letter to Berenice from Mabel, October 8, year unknown

    Envelope to Alumnae Office with letter from Mrs. [Harriet] E. Martin Schraffran

    Western College Inter-Office Communication to Dr. Young from B. Stegall, September 18, year unknown

    Letter to Alumnae Secretary from Helen Hahn, date unknown

    Letter to Alumnae Office from Dorothy Goldstone Marcus

    Thank you note from Martha Hall Wedeman

    Letter on Western College Alumnae Development Committee stationary from Mrs. Morris Denny [Helen Pentzer]

    Letter to Murl, Berenice, and Mary Louise, from Charlaine Tullis Stone

    Letter to Berenice from Charlotte Burrer (three pages)

    Folder 3: Freedom Summer Correspondence, 1964

    Memorandum [sic] to The Cabinet from President Young, May 25, 1964

    Western College Inter-Office Communication to Mr. Keebler from President Young, May 5, 1964

    Letter to Reverend Bruce Hanson from Herrick B. Young, President, June 5, 1964

    Western College Inter-Office Communication to Miss Hoyt, Mr. Keebler and Mr. Myers from President Young, 5-7-64

    Letter to Mr. Keebler from President Young, May 11, 1964

    Letter to Mr. Keebler, Mr. Dodd, Miss Hoyt, Mr. Myers, from President Young, May 13, 1964

    Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation, Oxford, Ohio by Phyllis Hoyt, Dean of Students, June 26, 1964 (three pages)

    Letter to Mrs. Stegall from Diana Koch Mascali, June 21, 1964

    Letter to Madam from Mildred Walker Elberfeld, June 22, 1964

    Card from Roberta Scott Ball, June 24, 1964

    Letter to Berinice from Katherine M. Wanysler [?], June 25, 1964

    Letter to Margaret from Crissy, June 25, [1964?]

    Letter to Reverend Bruce Hanson from Herrick B. Young, President, June 26, 1964

    Letter to Margaret from Florence Horchow, June 27, 1964

    Western College Inter-Office Communication, to Alumnae Office from Phyllis Hoyt, June 29, 1964

    Letter to Alumnae Office from Elizabeth Timberlake Binder, June 29, 1964

    Letter to Whom It May Concern, from Cynthia Leslie, June 30, 1964

    Letter to Berenice from B.J. Nelson, June 30, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. [Florence] Joseph Horchow from Herrick B. Young, President, July 1, 1964

    P.S. Letter to Crissy LaRoche from Berenice Stegall, July 1, 1964

    Letter to President Young from Berenice Davis Stegall, July 1, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Morris Denny from Herrick B. Young, President, July 2, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Conrad Leslie from Herrick B. Young, President, July 2, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. David J. Stone from Berenice Stegall, July 2, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. David J. Stone from Herrick B. Young, President, July 2, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Katherine M. Wampler from Herrick B. Young, President, July 2, 1964

    Letter to Gentlemen, Western College Alumnae Development Fund, from Margaret MacGregor Nichols (Mrs. Samuel H., Jr.), July 4, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. [Charlaine] David J. Stone from Mary Louise Charles, July 6, 1964 (two pages)

    Letter to Mrs. John F. Nelson from Berenice Stegall, July 6, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. John F. Nelson [B.J.] from Berenice Stegall, July 6, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Raymond C. Binder from Berenice Stegall, July 7, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Gerald Hahn from Berenice Stegall, July 8, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Samuel H. Nichols, Jr., Berenice Stegall, July 10, 1964

    Letter to Mr. Charles J. Thornton from Henry J. Arnold, July 14, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Stegall from Willa Allen Frink, July 15, 1964

    Letter to Mr. Robert W. Spike from Philip F. Myers, July 22, 1964

    Letter to Miss Phyllis Hoyt from Phyllis Bailey (Mrs. J. Earl), July 29, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Gerald H. McBride from Philip F. Myers, July 30, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Gordon J. Burrer from Mary Louise Charles, July 31, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Fred A. Dewey from Mrs. Berenice Stegall, September 2, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Berenice Stegall from Crissy, Mrs. James N. LaRoche, September 6, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Gordon J. Burrer from Mrs. Berenice Stegall, August 21, 1964

    Letter to Gentlemen, Western College Bulletin, from Mary M. Dewey (Mrs. Fred A. Dewey), August 23, 1964

    Letter to [Crissy] Mrs. James N. LaRoche from Berenice Stegall, October 8, 1964

    Letter to President Young from Vendela T. Heller, undated [1964?]

    Folder 4: Freedom Summer Publications (John Bloom File), ca. 1964

    Mississippi Subversion of the Right to Vote Publication by The Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

    A Chronology of Violence and Intimidation in Mississippi Since 1961, Publication by the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

    Mississippi Freedom Summer Brochure from the Council of Federated Organizations (two copies)

    Tired of Being Sick and Tired... Jerry DeMuth, The Nation, June 1, 1964

    University of Mississippi, April 15, 1964 Faculty Statement

    It Will Be a Hot Summer in Mississippi, by Richard Woodley, The Reporter, May 21, 1964

    New Racist Organization Terrorizes Several South Mississippi Counties, The Delta Democrat-Times

    "White Association Disclaims Violence Charges as Negroes Point to 5 Deaths," Delta Democrat-Times, May 10, 1964

    The Student Voice, Vol. 5, No. 14, June 9, 1964

    Mr. James Houton candidate for Congress, advertisement from campaign, June 2, 1964

    Mississippi Project: Oxford still talks of Training Meeting, Dayton Daily News, Sunday, July 12, 1964

    The Student Voice, Vol. 5, No. 16, July 15, 1964

    The Oxford Press, Section Two,Editorial Comment, Editors Speak in Mississippi, July 9, 1964

    Western Dean Writes Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation, The Oxford Press, July 9, 1964

    Incident Summary (page 9 and 10), undated [July 17-20, 1964?]

    Letters from Mississippi: I Lay There Waiting to Be Shot, Dayton Daily News, August 9, 1964

    Newsletter from the Friends of the Mississippi (Summer) Project, No. 3, September 22, 1964

    Negroes are dragged off federal property as the FBI looks on, Registration in Alabama, The New Republic, October 26, 1963, reprinted [1964?]

    Folder 5: Freedom Summer Freedom Registration Form (John Bloom File)

    Freedom Registration Form (two copies)

    Folder 6: Letters to John Bloom (John Bloom File)

    The Klansman Publication by the White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan of Mississippi

    Copy of Notes from an Anonymous Freedom Fighter

    Copy of Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom from Dorie, a Freedom Summer Volunteer

    Copy of Letter on Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee letterhead to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom, from Dorie, a Freedom Summer Volunteer, undated

    Transcript of pages written by David Wolf of Hartford Connecticut, summer volunteer

    Copy of Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom from Dorie, July 13, 1964

    Copy of Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom from Dorie, July 19, 196[4?]

    Copy of Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom from Dorie, July 22, 1964

    Letter to Mr. Robert White, Editor, The Oxford Press, from Rev. Bruce Hanson, National Council of Churches, Commission of Religion and Race, 30 July 1964

    Copy of Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom from Dorie, September 27, 1964

    Copy of Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom from Dorie, December 8, 1964

    Copy of Letter to Mr. & Mrs. Bloom from Dorie, January 18, 1965

    Folder 7: Freedom Summer Incident Reports (John Bloom File)

    July 10 Report on Summer Community Centers

    Incident Summary, August 14

    Folder 8: Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Information

    Platform and Principles of the Mississippi State Democratic Party Adopted in Convention in the City of Jackson June 30, 1960

    Mississippi: How Negro Democrats Fared Report

    The Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Report

    Folder 9: Donation from Amy Peterson (Freedom Pin), ca. 1964

    Note to Ms. Johnson from Amy Peterson, March 26, 2007

    SNCC Pin in envelope on card

    Political Heritage Business Card

    Political Heritage Flyer

    Political Heritage Invoice/Packing Slip

    Package Envelope

    Political Heritage Packing List

    Folder 10: Freedom Summer Articles, ca. 1964-2004

    Terrorists Cheated of Victim, San Francisco Examiner, May 4, 1965 [1964?]

    Course at WCW in Civil Rights to Enroll 600, undated [May 20, 1964?]

    Event Sincere, Selma Marcher Tells NAACP, Hamilton, May 20, 1965 [1964?]

    Into Jaws of Hate and Fear Ride 200, undated [May 1964?]

    Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation, June 26, 1964, Oxford, Ohio, Summer Bulletin, 1964

    Gregory Stresses Courage of Mississippi Project, Oxford Press, April 16, 1989

    Service Honors Trio of Martyrs, June 26, 1989

    Memorial recalls Freedom Summer, The Oxford Press, April 3, 2000

    Miami's new center for American and World Cultures debuts lecture series, The Miami University Report, Vol. 20 No. 5, August 31, 2000

    Training for the freedom Fight, Activists recall Oxford program, date unknown [2000?]

    Students follow the path of Freedom Summer, 2004

    Remember Freedom Summer on anniversary, The Oxford Press, June 28, 2004

    Students retrace project marked by workers deaths, Dayton Daily News, June 20, 2004

    Folder 11: Student Paper on Imagery and Freedom Summer

    History 717 paper, November 1987 - "Oxford, Ohio, and the South: Imagery and the Freedom Summer of 1964," by Stuart R. Thomson

    Folder 12: Freedom Summer- 40th Reunion- Photos and miscellanies, 2004

    9 Photos from Roland Duerksen, taken during his stay in Mississippi:

    o Citizens Councils: States Rights- Racial Integrity sign

    o Inscription on Jackson Mississippi School building, reads: 1060 Administrative Offices, Colored School Division, Jackson Municipal Separate School District

    o Freedom School in Jackson , Mississippi

    o Singer at Freedom School class in Jackson , Mississippi

    o Chalk-board next to COFO headquarters building in Jackson, Mississippi

    o Building that served as headquarters for the Council of Federated Organizations (COFO)

    o Mock Political Convention

    o Freedom Democratic Party headquarters house

    o Robert Moses, director of the 1964 Mississippi Summer Project during break session

    Thank You Note [addressed to Kathy from Ruth and Dan Britt]thanking her for dinner with Congressman John Lewis at the 2004 Freedom Summer Conference at Miami University in Oxford, OH, September 19, 2004

    2 Western College Memorial Archives Flyers

    Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference in Oxford , Ohio September 17, 18, 19, 2004, Conference Schedule and Program

    Copy of cover of Two Visions of Freedom CDs

    Copy of Mississippi Freedom Project Pamphlet [2 copies]

    Copy of Mississippi Summer Project Pamphlet [2 copies]

    Miscellaneous Photos used on Freedom Summer Advertising Billboards

    o 4 Photos of the Freedom Summer Memorial

    o 6 Photos from the Hoxie Collection of the Smith Library of Regional History, Enlargements

    o 6 Photos from the Roland Duerksen Collection, Enlargements

    Folder 13: Letters from Mississippi

    MU Lecture series to analyze Freedom Summer, The Miami Student, Tuesday, September 13, 2005

    Folder 14: Donations from Jeff Acorn

    New Mississippi Newsletter, July 11, 2000

    List of Some Aspects of Black-White Problems as Seen by Field Staff

    Letter to Summer Project Worker, May 5, 1964 from Mississippi Summer Project Staff

    Memo to Summer Project Participants from Summer Project Committee, Re: Orientation

    Memo to Accepted Applicants

    Council of Federated Organizations Legal Guide

    Letter from Jeff Acorn about materials he has donated to the Western College Memorial Archives,

    August 3, 2005

    Folder 15: Freedom Summer 40th Anniversary Posters, Flyers, etc.

    Voices of Freedom Summer September 17-19, 2004 Registration Form

    Voices of Freedom Summer Conference in Oxford, Ohio September 17-19, 2004 small poster

    Voices of Freedom Summer Conference in Oxford, Ohio September 17-19, 2004 large poster

    Table Tent of Voices of Freedom Summer Conference in Oxford, Ohio September 17-19, 2004

    Flyer of Voices Freedom Summer Conference highlights mentions Representative John Lewis, Bob Moses, Mississippi Summer Project, in Oxford, Ohio September 17-19, 2004

    Flyer of Write. Right? Reviewing Letters from MS, Brown Bag Discussion in preparation for Voices Freedom Summer

    Folder 23: Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project Newsletter, donated by Jane Stripple

    Freedom Summer Newsletters, June 28, 1964; July 4, 1964; July 14, 1964; August 5, 1964; September 22, 1964; November 18, 1964; January 25, 1965

  • Box 7

    BOX 7

    Folder 1: August 14, 2004 Art Facts [1964 materials]

    Letter from Carl R. Jantzen to Roland Duerksen, dated July 21, 1964

    Letter to Professor Ronald A. Duerksen, dated July 21, 1964 from Department of Government

    MSP Newsletter No. 4, Friends of the Mississippi Subsistence Project, Oxford , Ohio , November 18, 1964 [5 pages total]

    Folder 2: Virginia Steele Papers, 1965-2007

    1,000 Negro demonstrators seized in Ala.; Could you vote in Ala.?; Rights worker says Miss. in web Wilmington Morning News, page 1-2, February 4, 1965

    Freedom Libraries of the Mississippi Summer Project, by Virginia Steele, reprinted from Southeastern Librarian, Vol. 15, No. 2, July 1965 [2 copies]

    Virginia Says Goodbye to a Long-Time Friend, Santa Rosa, CA, 2001, copy of photograph of Virgina Steele posing with van "The Freedom Bus".[3 copies and an explanation]

    Virginia Steele - Obituary, Yellow Springs News, September 14,2006 [2 copies]

    Letter to Ms. Mary Morgan from Lisa Anderson Todd, December 26, 2006 (two pages)

    Color photograph,Virginia Steele posing with friends in Jackson, Mississippi, July 1994 at Freedom Summer Reunion, left to right Virginia Steele, Lisa Anderson Todd, Nancy (Shanny) Schieffelin, Candy Brown, Pat Vail, and Barbara Mutnick, with envelope

    Fannie Chaney; Mother of Slain Civil Rights Worker, The Washington Post/Obituary, May 27, 2007

    Remembrances of Virginia Steele, Conversation Notes with Mary M. Steele Morgan, sister of Virginia Steele, September 14, 2006, September 16, 2006

    We need to remember 1964, Dayton Daily News, undated

    Memo, Virginia Steele to library workers; August 7, 1964 [2 copies]

    A Summer in Mississippi, Freedom Worker Reports, The Morgantown Post, September 15, 1964 [2 copies]

    Page of Remembrances of Virginia Steele November 4-22,2006

    Letter to Ms. Mary Morgan from Lisa Anderson Todd, December 26, 2006 (two pages) with color photograph July 1994, Mississippi, l to r: Virginia Steele, Lisa Anderson Todd, Nancy (Shanny) Schieffelin, Candy Brown, Pat Vail, and Barbara Mutnick, with envelope (four pages)

    "Virginia's 'Freedom Bus'" narrative written by Mary M. Steele Morgan, "age 84"

    "Long Freindships Tell an Important Story" article and photograph ca. 1998

    "Compassion Spur In Rights Work" Dayton Daily News, Sat. July 4, 1964 by Paul Delaney

    "Miss. Snared in 'Web,' Ex-Rights Aide Says" Evening Journal, Wilmington, Del. Thurs. Feb 4, 1965 [2 pages]

    Photocopy of Photograph, 30th Freedom Summer Reunion, 1994.

    Folder 3: Miscellaneous, 1965-2007

    Brazilians Visit Campus; Note Political Apathy, The Miami Student, May 14, 1965

    Letter to Judy Waldron from Phyllis Hoyt, November 11, 2002

    "Freedom Now...a World in Progress" flyer from the April 10, 2003 production

    2/19/07 Notes with envelope from Emerson Jordan, February 20, 2007

    "Martin Luther King...At Communist Training School" Propaganda Flyer

    Miss Fannie Lee Chaney 614 39th Ave. Meridian, Mississippi, address

    "Fellowship" June 1989 Civil Rights Magazine

    Folder 4: Twenty-Fifth Anniversary Commemoration, 1989

    From the 60's to the 90's: Alternative Visions of Racial Justice Program/Flyer, March 21, 1989-April 1, 1989

    From the 60's to the 90's: Alternative Visions of Racial Justice Program, March 31- April 1, 1989 (two pages)

    Speaker Biographies from the twenty-fifth reunion, (two pages), [March 31-April 1,] 1989

    Tentative Schedule of Events, March 31-April 1, 1989

    From the 60's to the 90's: Alternative Visions of Racial Justice, Synopsis of Events [March 31-April 1, 1989; Approximate Costs [March 31-April 1, 1989]

    From the 60s to the 90s: Alternative Visions of Racial Justice, Program Schedule, April 1, 1989

    Program for Twenty-Fifth Commemoration of Freedom Summer, An Oxford Community Celebration, June 21, 1989 The History of Civil Rights in America, Poster for marker, 1992

    Song Sheet for Freedom Song "Freedom In the Air"

    Folder 5 : Memorial Planning Fall 1999 and Memorial Dedication in April 2000

    Photograph of "Freedom Summer Memorial Marker"

    Photograph of media, public, Miami University officials at Public meeting in the Fall of 1999 at site of memorial

    Photograph of the Fall of 1999 when people gathered to discuss the planned memorial

    Photograph of Fall 1999 President Garland and Arthur Miller at the Fall 1999 meeting as they discuss the construction of the Freedom Summer Memorial and shows plans on 2 easels

    Photograph of Memorial Dedication President James Garland, Miami University; Karen White, Event Coordinator, Miami University, Brother of Michael Schwerner

    Photographs of Ceremony in Leonard Theater, Peabody Hall, President Garland, Dr. Schwerner, Joe Cox, Michael Miller, Rick Momeyer and Will Haygood

    Photograph of Ceremony in Leonard Theater, President Garland and Karen White

    Photograph of Ceremony in Leonard Theater, President Garland speaking with Will Haygood, Karen White and Dr. Schwerner

    Photograph of Memorial Dedication at Memorial, President Garland and Dr. Schwerner addressing the crowd

    Photograph of President Garland, Karen White at Freedom Summer Memorial

    Photograph of Karen White, Jane Strippel, Prue Dana at Memorial

    Photograph of reporter interviewing Rick Momeyer (2 copies)

    Photograph of crowd at Dedication of Memorial

    Photograph of Reporter and Will Haygood

    Photograph of Vanessa Cummings, Assistant Director of Public Safety and President of the Oxford Branch NAACP and Reverend Virgil Cummings

    Photograph of Freedom Summer Memorial and Kumler Chapel

    Photograph of Panoramic view of the Freedom Summer Memorial

    Photograph of Panoramic view of the Freedom Summer Memorial featuring the engraved stones

    Photograph of Panoramic view of the entire Freedom Summer Memorial

    Photograph of Panoramic view of the Freedom Summer Memorial

    Photograph of Panoramic view of the Freedom Summer Memorial with information about the chronology of the engraved stones

    Freedom Summer Memorial Brochure, 2000

    Purple invitation card about scheduled lectures about Freedom Summer, April 5-6, 2000

    Freedom Summer Memorial Note Card that features photography of the Freedom Summer Memorial, 2000

    Program for the Freedom Summer Dedication Ceremony, April 7, 2000

    Remarks from President Garland for the Freedom Summer Dedication, April 7, 2000

    Inscriptions of each stone on the Freedom Summer Memorial

    Folder 6: Articles on Mississippi Freedom Summer, 2004-2007

    Students commemorate Freedom Summer, The Miami Student, April 27, 2004

    The Miami University Report, June 24, 2004 with article, Students retrace Freedom Summer path

    Voices of Freedom Summer [Front page photograph], The Miami University Report, September 16, 2004

    Racism is alive, shaking hands, by Leonard Pitts Jr. Cincinnati Enquirer, September 27, 2004

    Faces tells Freedom Summer story, Oxford Press, October 1, 2004

    Let Freedom Summer be your guide, Oxford Press, October 1, 2004

    Reward posted in Freedom Summer slayings from 1964, Journal News, December 21, 2004

    Man indicted for ‘64 civil rights murders, The Miami Student, January 14, 2005 (two pages)

    A Season for Justice by Chris Gray, City Beat, March 16-22, 2005 (4 copies)

    Playwright to spotlight Freedom Summer 1964, The Miami Student, January 30, 2007

    Miller's passing impacts events of Miami's Black History Month, The Miami Student, January 30, 2007 (two pages)

    Folder 7: Article on the Resurfacing of Freedom Summer due to Trial, June 2005

    Mississippi trial has roots in Miami’s Freedom Summer, Journal News, Sunday, June 19, 2005

    Folder 8: Finding Freedom Summer Project Newsletter, October 2005

    Letters from Oxford, OH, news of the Finding Freedom Summer Project at Miami University, Vol. 1, No. 1, October 2005 (four copies)

  • Box 8

    BOX 8

    Folder 1: Articles concerning Freedom Summer and miscellaneous papers, ca. 1964

    Conference Facilities Page

    If you are arrested in Mississippi, Brochure, Prepared by the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Inc.

    U.S. Powers are Limited in Dealing with Civil Rights Strife, The New York Times, Sunday June 28, 1964; "Mississippi: A Profile of the Nation's Most Segregated State", June 28, 1964

    Three Greater Boston Students in Mississippi: Bullets... Threats... Ostracism, The Boston Sunday Herald, July 12, 1964

    The News of the Week in Review, The New York Times, June 28, 1964

    Folder 2: Articles concerning Freedom Summer

    Freedom school's grads return to tell life's lessons, The First Cox Newspaper, Thursday, March 30, 1989

    Another case of Murder in Mississippi, Los Angeles Times / Calendar, Sunday February 4, 1990, p. 8+

    Oxford to honor 1964 civil-rights martyrs, The Cincinnati Enquirer, Monday, June 20, 1994

    Oxford linked to Freedom Summer, The Middletown Journal, February 23, 1997

    Mississippi town honors slain activists 40 years later, Dayton Daily News, June 20, 2004

    Oxford recalls sacrifice of Freedom Summer Volunteers, Oxford Press, October 1, 2004

    Crumbs of justice, The Columbus Dispatch, February 6, 2005

    Hand Written Note Concerning Hoxie Photographs, 2004

    Email from Mary Jane Berman to Rick Momeyer et. al. Subject, Conference/Reunion Minutes, February 27, 2004

    Folder 3: Letters from Mississippi Poster

    Letters from Mississippi, An Interdisciplinary Series on Freedom Summer 1964, Civil Rights, and Social Justice Poster, Fall 2005

  • Box 9

    BOX 9

    Materials in Box:

    Chude Allen, Why Struggle? Why Care? Freedom Summer Lecture Series, September 20, 2005 VHS

    "The Turning Point" NBC News, 30th Anniversary Freedom Summer, 1994 VHS

    "Edgar Ray Killen", CBS Evening News, June 16, 2005 VHS

    "Edgar Ray Killen", CBS Evening News, June 23, 2005 VHS

    CD of Lois Nelson August 14, 2004 Interview, 2 copies

    CD of Jane Strippel August 20, 2004 Interview, 2 copies

    Floppy Disk with Freedom Summer Tape 1- Flinterman/Miller, Tape 2- Griffing/Cantrell Interviews

    "Eyes on the Prize" Documentary on Civil Rights, Tape 1 and 2, VHS

  • Box 10

    BOX 10

    Audiocassette Tapes:

    Story Circle, 114 MMH, September 18, 2004

    Story Circle, Room 115, September 18, 2004

    Story Circle, 113 MMH, September 18, 2004 Tape 4

    Story Circle, 217 MMH, September 18, 2004 Tape 5

    Story Circle, 107 MMH, September 18, 2004 Tape 6

    Story Circle (Room with Chuck McDougall)

    Freedom Summer 1964, Will Keebler, Western Administration (Mr. Keebler was employed at the Western College for Women in 1964, took part in the training at Western)

    Memories of Freedom Summer, Elinor Aurthur, 11-19-00 (Ms. Aurthur was a student at Reed College in 1964, took part in the training at Western)

    Box 10 cont'd: Core Interviews, October 6th, 2004 and various dates: Audio cassette Tapes

    Freedom Summer Conference Story Circle, September 18, 2004

    Paul Daniels, August 5, 2004, 2 cassettes

    Camilla Flintermann, July 7, 2004

    David Griffing and Joe Cantrell, July 24, 2004, 4 cassettes

    David and Louise Griffing, August 12, 2004

    Chuck McDew, September 18, 2004

    William McKinstry, June 23, 2005

    Arthur Miller, July 21, 2004, 2 cassettes

    Donald Nelson, August 14, 2004, 2 cassettes

    Lois Nelson, August 14, 2004, 2 cassettes

    Jane Strippel and Roland Duerkson, August 14, 2004, 1 cassette

    Jane Strippel, August 14, 2004, 3 cassettes

    Jane Strippel, August 20, 2004, 2 copies

    Freedom Summer Story Circle, September 18, 2004, 5 cassettes

    Cassette Holder: Story Circle, September 18, 2004, 6 cassettes

    Chuck McDougall (no date listed)

    Will Keebler, employed at the Western College for Women in 1964, when the training occurred

    Memories of Freedom Summer Elinor Arthur, was a student at Reed College in 1964, participated in training at Western College November 19, 2000

    Floppy Disc: Tape 1 Cantrell/Griffing; Tape 2 Arthur Miller; Tape 3 Paul Daniels; Tape 4 David and Louise Griffing

    Mini Disc: Story Circle Oral History, September 18, 2004

    Mini Disc: Story Session, (September 18, 2004?)

    Mini Disc: Story Circle, September 18, 2004

  • Box 11

    BOX 11

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009.DVD 10: Marcum Conference Center Room 154 "Preserving the Past for the Future" Moderator: Judy Waldron, Director, Western College Alumnae Association Presenters: Jan Hillegas, Council of Federated Churches, Jacqueline Johnson, Archivist, Western College Memorial Archives, Katie Johnson, Public Programs Manager, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009.DVD 11: Marcum Conference Center Room 232-6, "Oxford, Ohio Friends of the Mississippi Project" Moderator: Jenny Presnell, Miami University Libraries; Presenters:Donald Nelson, Barbara McKinstry, William McKinstry, Jane Strippel

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009.DVD 12: Marcum Conference Center Room 158, "Current Issues in Civil Rights" Moderator: Augutus Jones, Department of Political Science, Miami University, Presenters: Curtis Austin, Center for Black Studies, The University of Southern Mississippi; Madelyn Detloff, Women's Studies Program and Department of English, Miami University; Jason Riveiro, President, League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC)

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 13: Marcum Conference Center Room 154, "Organizing Now and Then" Moderator: Kevin Armitage, Western Program, Miami University Presenters: Margaret Block, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Charles McDew, Former Chair of Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), Charles Sherrod, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 14: Marcum Conference Center Room 232-6, "Why Struggle Why Care: Freedom Activists Tell Their Stories Moderator: Patrick Frank, Miami University Obama for America Field Organizer Presenters: Chude Pam Parker Allen, Member of the Veterans of the Civil Rights Movement; Jim Kates, Publisher and Translator; Flonzie Brown-Wright, President and CEO of FBW & Associates

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 15: Marcum Conference Center Room "Social Justice in Education and Voter Rights" Moderator: Ray Terrell, Special Assistant to the Dean of Education, Miami University Presenters: Denise Taliaferro Baszile, Department of Educational Leadership, Miami University, Timothy Jenkins, Attorney, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Lobbyist; J. Charles Jones, Attorney and Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 16: Marcum Conference Center Room 158 "Women of the Civil Rights Movement" Moderator: Mary Frederickson, Department of History, Miami University; Presenters: Jane Adams, Department of Anthropology, Southern Illinois University; Margaret Prescod Noonan, Writer/Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC);Judy Richardson, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)/Senior Producer, Northern Light Productions

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 17: Marcum Conference Center Room 232-6 "Mississippi Before and after Freedom Summer" Moderator: Hasan K. Jeffries, Department of History, The Ohio State University Presenters: Rev. John Frazier, Retired Unitarian Universalist Minister/National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP; Dorie Ladner, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC); Kay Sloan, Department of English, Miami University

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 18: Marcum Conference Center Room 154 "Music of the Civil Rights Movement" Moderator: Tammy Kernodle, Department of Music, Miami University Presenters: Susie Erenrich, Founder/Executive Director of Cultural Center for Social Change, TV Reed, American Studies and English, Washington State University, Allan Winkler, Department of History, Miami University

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 19: Shriver Center Heritage Room, Plenary Session "The Politics of Freedom" Introduction: Michael Dantley, Associate Provost, Miami University; Presenters: Rita Schwerner Bender, Attorney; Rev. John Mendez, Emmanuel Baptist Church, Winston Salem, NC, Representative Bakari Sellers, SC

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009 DVD 20: Marcum Conference Center Lower Alexander Dining Hall "Freedom Readings and Songs" Songs by Dan Cobb, Denny Sullivan, and Allan Winkler. Farewell Remarks: Phyllis Hoyt

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 21: Rick Momeyer, Oral History

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 22: Charles Sherrod, Oral History

    Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference, October 9-11, 2009. DVD 23: John Frazier, Oral History

    Freedom Summer Conference, Story Circle 107 MMH, September 18, 2004

    Freedom Summer Conference, Story Circle 113 MMH, September 18, 2004

    Freedom Summer Conference, Story Circle 114 MMH, September 18, 2004

    Freedom Summer Conference, Story Circle 115 MMH, September 18, 2004

    Freedom Summer Conference, Story Circle 116 MMH Chuck McDew, September 18, 2004

    Freedom Summer Conference, Story Circle 212 MMH, September 18, 2004

    Cantrell/Griffing, Oral History, Tape 2, July 24, 2004

    Jane Strippel, Oral History, Tape 1, August 14, 2004

    Camilla Flinterman, Oral History, Tape 1, July 24, 2004

    Jane Strippel/Roland Duerkson, Oral History, August 14, 2004

    William & Barbara McKinstry, Oral History, June 23, 2005

    Copy #1, Arthur F. Miller Interview, July 21, 2004

    Paul Daniels, August 5, 2004, Disc 1 (CD)

    Cantrell/Griffing, Tape 2, Oral History, July 24, 2004 (CD)

    David and Louise Griffing, August 12, 2004, Disc 1 (CD)

    Don Nelson, Oral History, August 14, 2004 (CD)

    Freedom Summer Memorial PowerPoint Presentation, May 2001

    Miami University Libraries Digital Initiatives, SNCC Posters, April 12, 2007

    Bob Keller’s Freedom Summer Memorial Presentation

    Smithsonian: Voices of the Civil Rights Movement 60-66 Disc 1

    Smithsonian: Voices of the Civil Rights Movement 60-66 Disc 2

    Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference PowerPoint

    Freedom Summer 40th Anniversary Freedom Summer Reunion Conference, July 28, 2004, August 14, 2004

    The George Hoxie Collection: Photographs of Freedom Summer [2 copies]

    Freedom Songs (Music) Disc 1 and Disc 2

    Transcripts of Story Circles

    Lois Nelson 8/14/04

    Jane Strippel and Roland Duerkson 8/14/04 - Tape 6

    Don Nelson 8/14/04 - Tape 7

    Jane Strippel 8/19/04 - Tape 5

    Tape 6: 9/18/04

    McKinstry Oral History - William and Barbara McKinstry 6/25/05

    Jane Strippel 8/20/05

    Tape 5: 9/18/05

    Interview "Freedom Summer Memorial’s Tenth anniversary Freedom Summer Memorial" Judy Waldron interview with Bob Keller, designer of the Freedom Summer Monument at Western College, Miami University Architect, Associate Vice-President, Facilities and Planning 2012

    Interview: Memories of Freedom Summer with Ronald Deurksen, Freedom Summer volunteer, Oxford, OH February 15, 2010

  • Box 12

    BOX 12

    Additional Materials:

    Freedom Summer ‘64 Miami University, Oxford, Ohio, Dedicated April 7, 2000 Paperweight

  • Box 13

    BOX / FOLDER 13

    Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) Posters:

    Is He Protecting You?

    Support Your Local Police

    Come let us build a new world together

    For Food... For Freedom

    NOW

  • Box 14

    BOX 14

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 1. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Tour of Western College for Women and the Freedom Summer Memorial; Faith and Activism; and "Race:Mississippi"

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 2. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Non-violent Philosophies and Practice: 1964-2004; The History of SNCC: The Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee; and Dinner for Presenters and Freedom Summer Participants.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 3. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Keynote Address: Representative John Lewis, Democrat-Georgia; and Conference Opening Remarks and Keynote Address.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 4. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Reconciliation in Mississippi: A Conversation and The Role of the Arts in the Civil Rights Movement.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 5. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Freedom Schools and The Algebra Project.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 6. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: The Continuing Struggle for Civil Rights in Cincinnati and Women in the Movement.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 7. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Oxford Participants Share their Stories and Mississippi: Then and Now.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 8. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Religion and Social Activism and Story Gathering.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 9. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Prelude to Freedom: The Brown Decision and the Summer of 1964.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 10. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Civil Rights and Pedagogy and "Faces of Freedom Summer": Photographs by Herbert Randall.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 11. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: The Struggle for Social Justice.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 12. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: "Wouldn't take Nothin' for my Journey: A Celebration in Music and Drama"

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 13. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: The History of Race Relations at Miami University and Western College.

    Finding Freedom Summer at Miami University, Disk 14. September 17-19, 2004. This includes: Interfaith Gathering at Freedom Summer Memorial on Western Campus; Interviwews with Ben Chaney, John Steele, Joe Keesecker; and Story of Three.

    "In Rarefied Air; A Civil Rights Story" "A Must See Inspirational Civil Rights Film" DVD with Jewel Case

    BOOKS

    Zellner, Bob The Wrong Side of Murder Creek

    Typed transcripts from 2004 Conference

    Disc 1: "Faith and Activism"

    Disc 2: "Non-Violent Philosophies"

    Disc 3: "Keynote Address"

    Disc 4: "The Role of Arts in the Civil Rights Movement"

    Disc 5: "The Algebra Project"

    Disc 7: "Oxford Stories"

    Disc 8: "Religion and Social Activism"

    Disc 9: "Brown vs. Board of Education"

    Disc 10: "Civil Rights and Pedagogy"

    Disc 11: "Struggle for Social Justice"

    Disc 12: "Wouldn't Take Nothing for My Journey"

    Disc 13: "History of Race Relations at Miami University and Western College"

    Disc 14: Interfaith Gathering at the Freedom Summer Memorial"

  • Box 15

    BOX 15

    Folder 1

    2009 Finding Freedom Summer Conference Materials Miami University Department of Theater Play Invitation to a Staged Reading of Down In Mississippi, Saturday, February 28, 2009

    Tickets from play Down in Mississippi, Saturday, February 28, 2009 (6 tickets in envelope)

    Faculty information newsletter to Down In Mississippi Play signed by Carlyle Brown

    Printout of Medgar Evers Feature Story from Website

    Photocopy of Handwritten List and Envelope

    Digital Image of James Cheney (printout)

    Playbook, titled "Mississippi Summer Project, Volunteer Manual 1964" (5 copies signed by Carlyle Brown, 2 unsigned)

    Poster for "Down in Mississippi Play" signed by Carlyle Brown (2 copies)

    Freedom Summer Press Release on Play Down In Mississippi from the Center for American and World Cultures

    "Freedom Vote Ballot" audience participation pieces.

    "Down In Mississippi" Lobby Display Data packet

    Press Release January 20, 2010 "Miami Theater Wins Two Certificates of Merit"

    Folder 2

    Narrative writings dealing with Mississippi Freedom Summer (4 pages and envelope)

    Printout of Medgar Evers Internet article, "Medgar Wiley Evers and the Origin of the Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi" by Dernoral Davis

    Flyer, "Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement" tri-fold with member application

    Flyer, "5th Annual Conference of the Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement" at Jackson State University

    Folder 3

    Flyer for "Freedom Summer Pre-Conference Event: Who's Teaching Whom?"

    "Freedom Summer Pre-Conference Event: Who's Teaching Whom?" Presenter abstract

    Freedom Summer Conference Flyer (2 copies)

    Freedom Summer Conference table tent advertisement (2 copies)

    Freedom Summer Conference Program (3 copies)

    Freedom Summer Conference Poster

    Freedom Summer Conference Poster from the 45th Reunion and Conference at Miami University, October 9-11, 2009

    Freedom Summer Conference Visitor Packet with conference information (2 Folders)

    Marcum Conference Center and Miami Inn Folder (empty)

    Freedom Summer Conference Opening Dinner bi-fold program (3 Copies) Freedom Summer Memorial Tri-fold advertisement

    Marcum Conference Center Writing pad stationary

    "Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford Ohio, Faculty Workshop" schedule

    "Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford Ohio Conference and 45th Reunion Schedule of events (4 pages)

    "Sunday Morning Farewell Brunch" for Freedom Summer Conference Schedule

    WCMA Photo Release form

    "Visions of Freedom" 2004 conference digital media (3 CD-ROMs)

    "A National Movement through[sic.] a Local Lens: Oxford, Ohio and Freedom Summer of 1964" digital media (CD-ROM)

    Folder 4:

    Mississippi Freedom Summer (Application for volunteer work) made for 2010 play Down in Mississippi. Forms filled out by audience members including Carlyle Brown (playwright) (22 in total)

    Mississippi Freedom Summer (Application for volunteer work) made for 2010 play Down in Mississippi. Blank Form

    Facsimile of Registration form for Freedom Summer

    Article, "Miami Theatre wins two certificates of merit" January 20, 2010, with handwritten note

    Folder 5:

    Script of Down In Mississippi; A Gospel Play With Music by Carlyle Brown; A Commission from the Theater Department in the School of Fine Arts and the Center for American & World Cultures, Miami University of Ohio.

    Folder 6:

    All access and backstage pass for Down in Mississippi play, 2010

    Miami Student Article, Play Celebrates Freedom Summer's 45th anniversary Tues, September 22, 2009 by Mary Kate Linehan

    American Theatre article, A Civil Rights Show-and-Tell October 2009

    Poster for Down in Mississippi, Would you go?(4 copies)

    Photo copies of Play book for Down in Mississippi, 2010

    Down in Mississippi promotional mailing (3 copies)

    Folder 7:

    Replica political pin advertising Civil Rights causes (2)

    SNCC Identification Card replica with bio of various civil rights workers. Made for Down in Mississippi play. (16)

    SNCC Mississippi Freedom Project Facsimile Flyer

    COFO Freedom Registration Facsimile Flyer

    Mississippi Freedom Summer Project Volunteer Manual 1964 created for Down in Mississippi play 2010

    Text of Phyllis Hoyt Speech from Welcome Dinner of Freedom Summer Conference, Friday October 9th, 2009. Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Oxford, Ohio.

    Folder 8:

    COFO Facsimile Freedom Registration Form Filled out (4 copies)

    Facsimile Sworn Written Application for Registration Filled out (5 copies)

    Article: Selections from the Rare Book, Manuscript, and Special Collections Library, The Duke Magazine, January-

    February 2011

    SNCC Pamphlet: SNCC Structure and Leadership

  • Box 16

    BOX 16

    Folder 1: Documents from the Phyllis Hoyt Collection

    New York Times Article, College to Train Rights Workers Sunday May 3, 1964

    Letter to Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project, June 28, 1964 (3 Pages)

    Letter to Phyllis Hoyt from James W. King, First Baptist Church, Dayton, OH. July 6, 1964

    Letter to Phyllis Hoyt from The Rt. Rev. William Crittenden, Bishop of Erie (Episcopal) July, 7 1964

    Letter to Mr. Sidney t. Swan from Philip F. Myers, Assistant to the President. July 13, 1964

    Friends of the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project Bulletin, July 14, 1964 (1 page, front and back)

    Letter to Miss. Marian Robinson from Isabel R. Abbott, Dean of the College. July 16, 1964 (mimeograph stapled to a second letter) attached to original letter from Marian Robinson to Miss. Hoyt. (2 sheets)

    Letter to Phyllis Hoyt, from Paul of the Westminster Foundation of Oxford, Oh. July 20, 1964

    Memo to Dean Hoyt on 7/23/64 attached to document titled, The Freedom News, Vol.1, No. 1 July 16, 64

    Letter to Phyl (Mrs. J. Earl Baily) from Phyllis Hoyt, August 5, 1964

    Letter to Phyllis (Presumably Phyllis Hoyt) from William Bill Hawley of The Diocese of Southern Ohio, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, Oxford, Oh.

    Letter to Phyllis Hoyt from [Illegible] Fuller, August 22, 1964

    Note from Berenice Stegall to Phyllis [Hoyt] attached to a letter to Gentlemen at the Western College Bulletin in request of Phyllis Hoyt article, signed, Mary M. Dewey - Mrs. Fred. A. Dewey

    Letter to Dean Phyllis [Hoyt], signed Sara Lee attached to an envelope with return address to Burneson

    Letter to Miss Hoyt signed Cary attached to an envelope with return address of Mrs. Margaret C. Clumples

    Letter to Miss. Phyllis Hoyt from Mary Jane S[illegible] dated August, 31, 1964 (two pages stapled)

    Letter to Phyllis [Hoyt] from Gay (Halsley) [?] dated August 31, 1964 (two pages stapled)

    Article cut from The Boston Sunday Herald, The Impact of Project Freedom On Mississippi from Sept. 6th, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Jack H. Fuller from Phyllis Hoyt, Sept. 8, 1964

    Letter to Miss Hoyt from Cary Kimbark Revere on stationery of Mrs. Paul Revere Jr. with envelope attached. Dated, Labor Day, 1964

    Letter to Peggy (Mrs. Margaret C. McHolme) from Phyllis Hoyt, September 18, 1964 attached to letter from Peggy McHolme to Phyllis Hoyt, September 12th, 1964

    Letter to Mrs. Hoyt from Phylli dated, September 24, 1964, attached to an envelope with return address of J. Carl Bailey

    Letter to Mr. Fletcher Coates from William H. Maness, CC to Phyllis Hoyt. Dated September 30, 1964 attached airmail envelope. All on Kurz, Toole, Maness, and Martin stationary and envelope.

    Article from Pacific Churchman newspaper, A Volunteer Looks Hard at Mississippi by Karen Duncan. August-September, 1964

    Letter to Mr. Bingham from Phyllis Hoyt, dated October 6, 1964, attached to a letter addressed to Dean of Students and signed Stephen Bingham on Yale University stationery, dated September 21, 1964

    Letter to Phyllis Hoyt from William Slater on United Church of Christ, New York, NY. Dated October 8, 1964. (2 Pages)

    Inter-Office memo to Miss Hoyt from B. Stegall dated October 9th [1964?]

    The Sabbath Recorder, October 12th, 1964, Cover, and Page 3/4 with article called, The Mississippi Venture

    Letter to Miss. Hoyt from William H. Maness, dated October 15, 1964 on Kurz, Toole, Maness, and Martin stationary and airmail envelope

    Memo to President Young, from Dean Abbott, Re: The Civil Rights Orientation Program dated October 20, 1964 attached to Memo to the Board of Trustees from Herrick B. Young dated September 24, 1964. Attached is a two page letter to Herrick Young, from William Beckett on Beckett Paper Company stationary September 15, 1964.

    Letter to the Class of 1947 from Emmy Emily Greenland dated October 29, 1964

    Article titled Straws in the wind with Mrs. Butler, 12 Nov 64 written under the title

    Letter to Miss Hoyt from Leon M. Maltby on The Sabbath Recorder Stationary dated November 13th, 1964 attached to envelope and response to Mr. Maltby from Phyllis Hoyt dated December 16, 1964

    Memo to Sharon Gowdy, Fran Hoffman, Judy Chapman, Reynelda Ware, Nancy Babcock, and Peggy Buddington from Phyllis Hoyt on March 23, 1965 attached to a memo to Miss Hoyt, dated March 22, 1965

    Letter to Miss Hoyt from Constance Lane Gingrich dated June 19, 1966

    Letter to Phyllis Hoyt from Carolyn Lindquist nee Lloyd, July 8, 2000

    Cut of paper This is an appeal to all members of Western College (2 clipped together)

    Cut of paper, Last summer, our college took responsibility

    Card to Phyllis [Hoyt] from [Illegible] Monaco

    UCCF Report from December, 1964 which addresses COFO in Mississippi

    Freedom Primer No. 2, The Freedom Vote and The Right to Vote booklet (6 pages)

    Letter to Dr. Mary Jane Berman, from Phyllis Hoyt dated September 21, 2009 with envelope attached (2 pages)

    Folder 2: Photographs by Ted Polumbaum from the Newseum Collection of Western College Freedom Summer Orientation

    34 photographs

    Folder 3: Pam Parker (Chude Allen) DVD

    Footage from 1965 with Chude Allen's reflections on Freedom Summer. [Due to Copyright restrictions, this cannot be reproduced]

    Chude Allen Oral History Interview: Interviewer Rebecca Lancaster, Undergraduate Summer Scholars 2010, Western Program - Telephone Interviews, July 19, 2010

    Inkjet matte reproductions of Chude Allen's photographs of Freedom Summer 1964 on copy paper.

    Folder 4: DVD, Eyes on The Prize; America's Civil Rights Movement. PBS Program

    ** THIS MATERIAL CANNOT BE REPRODUCED BY THE WESTERN COLLEGE MEMORIAL ARCHIVES **

    Volume 1: Awakenings (1954-1956), Fighting Back (1957-1962)

    Volume 2: Ain't Scared of Your Jails (1960-1961), No Easy Walk (1961-1963)

    Volume 3: Mississippi: Is this America? (1962-1964), Bridge to Freedom (1965)

    Volume 4: The Time Has Come (1964-1966), Two Societies (1965-1968)

    Volume 5: Power! (1966-1968), The Promised Land (1967-1968)

    Volume 6: Ain't Gonna Shuffle No More (1964-1972), A National Of Law (1968-1971)

    Volume 7: The Keys to the Kingdom (1974-1980, Back To The Movement (1979-1985)

    Donation Note from Judi Hampton of Judi Hampton Public Relations, Inc.

  • Box 17

    BOX 17

    The Carole Gross Colca Collection

    Folder 1: Letters and Notes

    Letter to Mr. & Mrs. LaVerne Gross on July 9, 1963 from A friend. From Davenport Iowa.

    Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, Pat, & Jim, & John on June 24, 64 from Carole [Gross?] (5 pages)

    Letter to everybody on Mon. June 29 [1964?] from Carol [Gross?] (Single page and envelope)

    Letter to Everyone on July 1, 1964 from Carole [Gross?] (4 pages)

    Card addressed to Nice People on July 7, 1964 from Mrs. Pheresa Cheney

    Envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Gross, Postdated July 9, 1964 from Davenport Iowa. No return address

    Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Gross on July 10, 1964 from Elsa Sylvester (2 pages)

    Letter to Mrs. D. E. Tobin on July 24, 1964 from Paul H. Douglas, Chairman of the Joint Economic Committee, on Congress of the United States stationary. (2 pages)

    Envelope addressed to Mr. and Mrs., Postdated July 26, 1964 from Davenport Iowa. No return address

    Letter to Dol on September 18, [1964?] from Carole Gross (2 pages and envelope)

    Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, John, Pal, and Jim! on Sept. [1964?] from Carole [Gross?] (2 pages and envelope)

    Letter to Everybodyon August 3, 1964 from Carole [Gross?] (2 pages)

    Letter to Everyone on August 11 from Carole [Gross?] (2 pages)

    Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Tobin, John, Pal, and Jim on August 31 [1964?] from Carole [Gross?] (2 pages)

    Letter to Friends on September 21, 1964, unsigned from Davenport, Iowa

    Letter to Carol [Gross?] and Louie Postdated May 16 1968 from Your baby sister, Mary (Single page and envelope)

    Letter to Mrs. Cecil Murrah from Rev. John E. Breck, St. Johns Lutheran Church in Rock Island, IL. (Undated)

    Letter to Carol unsigned and undated in sloppy script and with multiple misspellings (2 pages)

    Unsigned note in mocking uneducated dialect, Con-grat-chu-lay-shuns: Yall must be mighty

    Typed piece of paper Does poor Carole know about the

    Mississippi Freedom Project advertising pamphlet with contribution levels and explanations of activities

    Folder 2: Newspaper Clippings

    Front Page of Times-Democrat or Davenport - Bettendorf, Iowa from Saturday, July 25, 1964. Article highlighted, Few Mississippi Phones for Carole by Dave Nelson (2 pages)

    Newspaper clipping from unknown newspaper, titled The Harris Survey; Public 2-1 Against Student Rights Trip To Mississippi by Louis Harris

    Newspaper clipping from unknown newspaper, titled Some Odd [cut off] by Paul Gapp type written on the clipping I would suggest to try to get your daughter back and associate with white boys.

    Newspaper Clipping, Over 600 Tickets Sold for CIC Banquet with photos of John Yolton, Carole Gross, William Hewitt, and Dr. King. No byline or date.

    Newspaper column clipping from Sunday, July 24, 1994. Jim Crow is dead, but subtle oppression works its own evils by Donn Esmonde (2 copies)

    Newspaper column clipping from Friday, June 24, 1994. Looking back at the battle between Harmony, racism [sic.] by Donn Esmonde (2 copies, 1 laminated)

    Newspaper photo clipping, Award is handed to Dr. King by Rod Hanna, undated

    Newspaper clipping fragment, governor of Mississippi, Paul Johnson, began

    Newspaper clipping fragment, continued from page F7 March, Rivalries set aside

    Newspaper clipping, The Bloodied idealism of 1964 Freedom Summer

    Newspaper clipping, 3 of Area to Receive Racial Justice Awards (2 copies)

    Newspaper clipping, Special Awards For Three

    Newspaper clipping, from The Catholic Messenger, Davenport, Ia. Aug. 20, 1964, Letter from Mississippi; Rights Worker Says Progress Made

    Newspaper Page from Times - Democrat of Davenport, Oct. 19th, 1964, Carole Gross Returns Home, Plans More Rights Work by Barbara Butler (2 copies)

    Newspaper clipping, from The Moline Dispatch, Wed. Sept 2, 1964, Harmony, Miss., Has One Store, Not Single Telephone By Harlan Johnson

    Facsimile of The Student Voice, Vol. 5 No. 13, June 2, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, from The Des Moines Register, Fri. June 22, 1984. Requiem for rights workers slain 20 years ago today by William M. Kunstler

    Typed Article from Times -Democrat of Davenport, November 6, 1964, Carole Gross Returns from Mississippi Project: Students Visit Davenport

    Photo copy of newspaper page, the magazines The White Bloc

    Photo copy of newspaper clipping, The cars turn onto the paved highway outside of harmony, and pick up (3 pages with photos

    Newspaper clipping from Sunday Times-Deomocrat, Davenport, Sunday, January 16, 1966, Davenporter Has Traded Mississippi's Dangers For Big City's Poverty By Shirley Davis

    Newspaper clipping, Mississippi's Life of Fear And Poverty by M.W. Newman

    Newspaper clipping, Civil Rights Backers Set Mississippi Drive by Austin Scott

    Newspaper clipping, Disappearance of 3 Rights Workers Leads to Search By Ed McCukser

    Newspaper clipping, Johnson Calls for Full Action; White House Denies Plan to Send Marines By Nicholas Von Hoffman

    Newspaper clipping, Sailors to Hunt 3 in Dixie from Chicago Daily News, Friday June 26, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, Mississippi Historian Glum About State Growing Up by Inez Robb

    Newspaper clipping, Additional FBI Men Sent to Mississippi; Hunt for Missing Workers Broadens by AP

    Obituary newspaper clipping, Funerals; Mrs. Flores

    Fragmentary Newspaper Clipping, How Students Mississippi Project

    Newspaper clipping, Davenport Girl Heads For Race Strive Scene

    Newspaper clipping, Rendezvous with Terror from Chicago Daily News, Friday, June 26, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, letter to the editor, Mississippi Vote Drive Condemned

    Newspaper clipping, Mississippi Report: Carol: We Don't Drive at Night..! By Fred Fedler, hand dated 7-1-1964

    Newspaper clipping, Americans 2-1 Against Miss. Drive By Louis Harris, Detroit Free Press, Monday, July 6, 64

    Newspaper fragment, Rights Workers Parents Want a Safer South

    Newspaper editorial, Bite Your Lip; An Editorial From The Carthage, Miss. Carthagenian By Carol Gross

    Newspaper clipping, Carole's Not Afraid in Mississippi; Carole Reports; Not Afraid in Mississippi by John Dickens

    Newspaper clipping, FBI Probes New Bombing, Blasts Rock House Of Rights Workers on July 9th, 1964 with photo

    Newspaper clipping, FBI Believes Bodies Those Of Missing Rights Workers with photos

    Newspaper clipping, New south being created by ed Spannaus

    Newspaper clipping, Mississippi Group Disturbed, Students Doubt FBI by AP

    Newspaper clipping, More Violence On Racial Front; White Trio Beaten in Mississippi; Florida Man Wounded at Theater in Green Bay Pr

    Newspaper clipping, Davenport Girl Aids Project: Determination Pays Off; Harmony Center Is Built by Dave Nelson on Friday, Aug. 21, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, Carole Gross Finds 2nd Home in Harmony, Miss. (2 copies)

    Newspaper clipping, Davenport Girl Serves in Mississippi Project in The Catholic Messenger, Davenport, Ia., July 2, 19

    Newspaper clipping, Davenport Girl Tells of Civil Rights Workers Harassment in The Moline Dispatch, Wed., July 1, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, Davenport Girl Aids Project, Determination Pays Off; Harmony Center Is Built by Dave Nelson, Friday, Aug. 21, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, Carol May Spend Summer in South from Thursday, July 2, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, Carole Gross Fund-Raising Social is Set

    Newspaper clipping, A Little Town Filled with Hate and Distrust by Nicholas Von Hoffman in Chicago Daily News, Friday, June 26, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, Two Tell of Clinic beating and Rabbi Has Sympathy For His Assailants in ESS-GAZETTE, Wis., Saturday, July 11, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, by Joseph Alsop

    Newspaper clipping, Dismay Seen In Race-Torn Mississippi with Photo

    Newspaper ad clipping, The Decision is Yours

    Newspaper clipping, Souths Ellender Warns of Trouble

    Newspaper clipping, Lowest in Crime fragment

    KKK recruitment Flyer

    Newspaper clipping, Caroles Fund is Up $105 with photo

    Newspaper editorial, by Walter J. Biehl, Davenport

    Newspaper clipping, Gross Social Nets $115 For Fund

    Newspaper clipping, First Shipment To South with Photo

    Newspaper clipping, CORE Collects Supplies For Use in Freedom Schools on Monday, July 13, 1964

    Newspaper clipping, Justice in Mississippi?

    Newspaper clipping, FBI Combs Mississippi Graves Site (AP)

    Newspaper clipping, Not All Of Mississippi Is Hostile, Says Catholic

    Newspaper clipping, U.S. Public Would Back up Use of Troops in South

    Newspaper clipping, Few Mississippi Phones for Carole by Dave Nelson

    Newspaper clipping, Send $75 Check To Iowa Unit for Racial Equality

    Newspaper photo clipping, Harmony, where the Negroes are shown on guard

    Newspaper clipping, Seeking To Label Civil Rights Extremists Red is Mistake By Milburn P. Akers[?] and photo copy

    Newspaper clipping, With A Caring Heart They Study Racial Inequality by Julie Jensen

    Newspaper clipping, A Saga of Dedication -- And Danger of Death; Mississippi Notebook II Story by Nicholas von Hoffman, photos by Henry Gill

    Newspaper clipping, Davenporter Has Traded Mississippi's Dangers For Big City's Poverty by Shirley Davis, Woman's Editor

    Newspaper clipping, In Role Of White Girl Again Carole Returns Home And No Longer Cringes By Jim Arpy

    Newspaper clipping, More Supplies Are Sought for Freedom Workers Newspaper clipping, Mississippi Report: Carol: We Don't Drive at Night! by Fred Fedler

    Newspaper Photos with captions (4 different) with newspaper clipping, by Harlan Johnson

    Newspaper clipping, Teaching Negroes- Area Girls Explain Why Theyre in Mississippi by Harlan Johnson with Photo

    Newspaper clipping, Book of the Week: News Story Into Permanent Record by Edwin C. Berry on December 12, 1964 from Chicago [?]

    Folder 3: Photos and Books

    Mississippi Notebook by Nicholas Von Hoffman (1964) with damaged dust cover tucked inside.

    103 Assorted Photographs

  • Box 18

    BOX 18

    The Mark Levey Collection

    Folder 1: Freedom School Publications

    Freedom School Assignments Manifest (As of June 23 [1964?]) (2 pages)

    Manuscript of Freedom Star published by the students of the Meridian Freedom School. Issue from July 23rd, Thursday [1964?]

    Manuscript of Freedom Star published by the students of the Meridian Freedom School. Issue from July 30th, Thursday [1964?]

    Manuscript of Freedom Star published by the students of the Meridian Freedom School. Issue from [August 7-10 1964?]

    Folder 2: Mark Levey photocopies of the Queens College.

    Queens College Alumni: Mississippi Freedom Summer 64 and Other 1960s Civil Rights Activities -- North and South. A collection of letters photos, documents, and presentations from the personal files of Mark Levy 9Q.C. 64) along with reports on the involvement of ther Q.C. Students, alumni, and faculty during that summer as well as documents and reports of other 1960's Q.C. Civil Rights activities (2009)

  • Box 19

    BOX 19

    The Margaret Barrier Collection

    Pamphlet, "What and Why Are Seventh Day Baptists

    Faculty Letter, University of Mississippi, April 15, 1964

    Newsletter, The Student Voice, July 15,1964

    Booklet, "Monday Morning a Magazine for Presbyterian Ministers", November 23, 1964

    Journal, "Western College Bulletin", Summer 1964

    Newspaper clipping, "Herbert Oliver of Birmingham to Talk on Right Violations,February 25, 1965

    Newspaper clipping, "College to Refuse Rights 'Prep School'", March 26, 1965

    "Thoughts on Civil Rights Orientation" by Phyllis Hoyt, 7 copies

    Journal Article: "A Long Hot Summer in Mississippi" the Antiochian

    Form, "Freedom Summer Registration Form", 2 copies

    Pamphlet, "Mississippi Freedom Summer" by Council of Federated Organizations"

    Newspaper clipping, "Two Oxfords"

    Newspaper clipping, "The Stranger is the Enemy"

    Newspaper clipping, "Sending Troops into Mississippi Solves Nothing"

    Newspaper clipping, "New Racist Organization Terrorizes Several South Mississippi Counties", reprinted from the Delta Democrat-Times; "White Association Disclaims Violence Charges as Negroes Point to 5 Deaths", May 10, 1964

    Journal article, "Last Summer in Mississippi" by Alice Lake

    Newspaper article, "Into Jaws of Hate and Fear Ride 200" from AP and New York Times

    Power of Attorney for Selection of Legal Counsel

    Newspaper article, "Gregory Stresses Courage of 'Mississippi Project', the Oxford Press, April 4, 1989

    Journal article, "A Constant Struggle" by Donna Boen, Miamian, Spring 2009

    Conference Packet Freedom Summer Unity and Change, Then and Now 45th Reunion and Conference - Program -

    Location Information - Moderator Job Description - Conference Poster

    Books in the Western Archives - Freedom Summer

    The Children Bob Moses Led by William Heath

    Down the Glory Road by Herb Boyd

    Freedom Summer the Savage Season that Made Mississippi Burn and Made America a Democracy by Bruce Watson

    Lessons from Freedom Summer Ordinary People Building Extraordinary Moments by Kathy Emery, Linda Reid Gold and Sylvia Braselmann

    The Wrong Side of Murder Creek a White Southerner in the Freedom Movement by Bob Zellner

    Where the Peonies Bloomed by Phyllis Hoyt

  • Box 20

    BOX 20

    The Tom Tolg Collection

    Newspaper article: Students Fight for Civil Rights in Tough Spots; Rugged, Ragged Snick: What It Is and What It Does." Chicago Daily News, Saturday, July 20, 1963

    Newspaper articles: 100,000 Marching on Capital; Segregationist Johnson wins Mississippi Sweep-The Atlanta Constitution. Wednesday, August 28, 1963. Vol. XCVI, No. 62

    Newspaper article: Minister Gets Top Penalty In Church Row. The Atlanta Journal. Thursday Evening, August 29, 1963. Vol. LXXXI, No. 159.

    Transcript of Colloquy: In the Superior Court, Atlanta Judicial Circuit in and for the County of Fulton, Atlanta, Fulton County, Georgia: The State versus Tom Taylor Tolg. Case number: 84184. August 29, 1963.

    Newspaper article: Conditional 18-Month Term Given to White Sit-In by Pye. The Atlanta Constitution. Saturday, August 31, 1963. Vol. XCVI, No. 65.

    Newspaper: Magnificent Historic March Unites and Stirs Call For Freedom Now: This Was Our Greatest Day. The Atlanta Inquirer. Saturday, August 31, 1963. Vol. 3, No. 55.

    Newspaper article: Silent Moderates Get Dixie Blame. Chicago Daily News. Tuesday, September 17, 1963

    Magazine article: The Law: The Bench. Time Magazine. April 17, 1964.

    Newspaper article: Lombard Man Jailed After Racial Strike. The Lombard Spectator. Wednesday, April 22, 1964. Fortieth Year, No. 33

    Newspaper article: Some Must Earn Right to Vote. The Atlanta Journal and Constitution. Sunday, July 5, 1964.

    Newspaper article: Writer at Large: Raise no flags high for Martin. Unknown newspaper. April 3, 1975

    Journal article: Win Some Battles, Lose Civil Rights War People's Voice of Franklin County-War Stories Summer 2000. Greenfield, Massachusetts. Summer 2000.

    Newspaper article: Freedom Summer. The Recorder: Life and Times, Greenfield, Massachusetts. Saturday, August 21, 2010.

    Newspaper article: Sloan Enjoins Pyes Officers. Unknown newspaper, undated.

    NEWSPAPERS ARTICLES

    Atlanta: Protests and Progress (A Special Report): Compiled by The Council on Human Relations of Greater Atlanta.

    3 White Youths Attack Female COAHR Member: Atlanta 1963.

    What they Expect Reflects: A Sense of Superiority by John Steinbeck.

    Tom Taylor Tolg Back in Oxford; Case is Appealed

    Ralph McGill: The Story of Two Snicks

    Ralph McGill: Story of a Man and of SNCC

    The Front Seaters by Richard Close. The Miami Student, March 12, 1963.

    Protests Renewed At Local Places: Atlanta Daily World, July 14, 1963.

    Negro, 15, Stabbed In Sit-In Try Here by Fred Powledge: The Atlanta Journal, June 18, 1963.

    Atlanta Holds 14 in Sit-in Attempt: Atlanta Journal, June 17, 1963.

    Protesters Carried From Door of Cafe: Atlanta Constitution, July 20, 1963.

    March by 250 Negroes Backs Restaurant Strike: Atlanta Constitution, July 2, 1963.

    Savannah Slashes Marchers Bonds: Atlanta Journal, July 19, 1963.

    Student Fight for Civil Rights in Tough Spots: Rugged, Ragged Snick What It Is and What It Does: Ex-Chicago Schoolteacher Leader in Deepest Dixie by M.W. Newman. Chicago Daily News, July 20, 1963.

    Demonstrators Beaten, Tied Up Traffic Here: Atlanta Journal, July 27, 1963.

    13 Sitting in Street Are Arrested Here: Traffic at Leb's Corner Is Snarled During Melee by Keeler McCartney & Hal Gulliver. Atlanta Constitution July 27, 1963.

    Integrationists Set Big Atlanta Drive (Public Announcement): Atlanta Journal July 30, 1963.

    The No-Progress Way (Public Announcement). Atlanta Journal July 29, 1963.

    10 Negroes and 3 Whites get 34 Days in Jail in Street Sit-in (Public Announcement). Atlanta Constitution: July 30, 1963.

    Pages 11-14 of Muhammad Speaks August 2, 1963.

    The Awesome Fortitude of 4,000: Cambridge:- A Negro Revolt Where once slaves were sold,

    Paralyzing Struggle Cambridge is a city prepared,

    A Woman is Target for Death Threats,

    Dies like Evers: Shotgun Slugs Fell Negro Worker,

    List States that lead in Vote Denials,

    $3 Million to Aid Negro Purchase of Home in Chicago.

    Students feel Atlanta Violence: King, SCLC Move On Savannah Now. The Atlanta Inquirer, August 3, 1963.(original & copy)

    75 Demonstrators Are Indicated Here: Atlanta Daily World. August 3, 1963.

    250 Negroes Stage March on City Hall: Atlanta Journal, August 5, 1963.

    Somerville Police Deny Brutality: Atlanta Daily World, August 7, 1963.

    Abatements Pleas Readied in Racial Trespass Cases, Atlanta Journal, August 26, 1963.

    2 Facing Citation Before Judge Pye. Atlanta constitution. August 27, 1963.

    Negro Lawyers Face Citation After Challenging Judge Pye by Jack Strong. Atlanta Constitution. August 27, 1963.

    Poll Tax in Reverse for SNCC. The Oxford Press; October 31, 1963.

    Poll Tax in Reverse for SNCC, Oxford Press. October 21, 1963.

    Collect $225.71 For SNCC Work. Oxford Press. November 3, 1963.

    Thanks To the Editor: Miami Student. November 8, 1963.

    Ogle, McKinstry and Falk Gain School, Council Seats. The Oxford Press; November 7, 1963.

    The Letter Box. The Miami Student November 8, 1963

    LETTERS

    A letter addressed to Mr. Tom Tolg from Ashton B. Jones.

    A letter Addressed to Thomas Tolg from Ruby Doris Smith, Summer Projects Coordinator of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee regarding situations arising from Freedom March: May 18, 1963.

    Letter addressed to Tom Tolg from Marge Manderson of Southern Regional Council, Inc. Atlanta, Georgia; regarding their mailing list and publications. August 22, 1963.

    Letter Addressed to Tom told From Dinky Romilly, Northern coordinator of SNCC, October 16, 1963.

    A three page letter addressed to Dinky by Tom Tolg. Regarding the Poll Tax in Reverse, in Oxford. November 7, 1963.

    A letter addressed to Tom Tolg from Howard Moore, Jr. at the law offices of Hollowell, Ward, Moore and Alexander. January 6, 1964.

    A letter Addressed to Tom Tolg from Dinky Romilly Northern coordinator of SNCC, February 27, 1964.

    A letter addressed to Tom from M. Walker, April 21, 1964.

    A letter addressed to Dr. Lewis and Gang from Tom at the Fulton County Jail. April 23, 1964.

    A letter from Fulton County Jail, April 26, 1964.

    A letter addressed to Tom from MK. Walker. April 28, 1964.

    A letter to the Editor by Tom Tolg written in Fulton County Jail, May 9, 1964. Never Sent.

    A letter and envelope addressed to Mr. Thomas T. Tolg from John E. Dolibois of the Miami University Office of Alumni Relation, thanking him for his contribution to the Miami Loyalty Fund. May 25, 1964.

    A letter addressed to Tom Taylor Tolg from Howard Moore, Jr. from the law offices of Hollowell, Ward, Moore and Alexander. May 27, 1964.

    A letter addressed to Tom T. Tolg from Howard Moore, Jr. December 31, 1964.

    A letter addressed Members of the Miami-Western Human Relations Committee from Leonard G. Howell, manager of the village of Oxford granting them permit to conduct a sympathy demonstration and distribute literature concerning recent events in Selma, Alabama, March 10, 1965.

    MAGAZINE ARTICLES, NEWSLETTERS, ADS & REPORTS

    SNCC Support Efforts in the North. A five page SNCC memo. On the back page Contact: Dr. Montgomery, Dr. Lewis, Landith, Strippel is written in pencil.

    The South's War Against Negro Votes, by John Poppy. LOOK, May 21, 1963/The Virginia Pilots, March 30, 1963.

    Letter From Birmingham City Jail. By Martin Luther king, Jr. American Friends Service Committee. May, 1963.

    The Selma Times Journal. Sunday, June 9, 1963. A full page ad titled Ask yourself this important Question: What have I personally done to maintain segregation? With a full page response from SNCC on the back. (Two copies)

    What New Turn In Negro Drive Means In politics Business Union Schools In the North... the South. U.S. News & World Report, June 17, 1963.

    Newspaper columns titled Pickrick Says containing short commentaries by different citizen writers about their opinions of what is taking place in Atlanta, Georgia. (June, 1963) (Two copies)

    The Birmingham Disgrace, by Austin Black. Sepia, July 1963.

    The Mood of the Negro by Lenore Bennett Jr., Ebony, July, 1963.

    A Time for Federal Action, July, 1963. Ebony photo Editorial.

    A Civil Rights Lawyer Answers Some Questions by Jack Greenberg. The New York Times Magazine, August 18, 1963.

    Racial Desegregation in Greater Atlanta. Council on Human relations of Greater Atlanta, September 1963.

    CORE-LATOR. CORE newsletter September, 1963. Addressed to Samuel W. Donley

    Americus, Georgia. Special Report from Student Nonviolent Coordination Committee. September 24, 1963.

    Selma, Alabama. Special Report from Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee. September 26, 1963.

    A Small Band of Practical Heroes, by John Fischer. Harper's Magazine, October 1963.

    The Student Voice. January 20, 1964.

    Ashton Jones At Long Last Released from Georgia County Jail On Bail

    The Student Voice. February 25, 1964. Addressed to Tom Tolg.

    The Student Voice. March 3, 1964.

    The Student Voice, April 28, 1964; Addressed to Tom Tolg.

    The Student Voice. May 5, 1964.

    Negro Youth's New March on Dixie: A New generation of Negro leaders is pressing home the bitter battle against segregation in the Deep South, by Ben H Bagdikian. Reprinted for the Saturday Evening Post.

    A full page SNCC ad titled Stamps for Freedom with another ad on the back titled You Can Help Too.

    Newspaper clippings in an envelope titled 1964 Western/SNCC:

    Troublemakers in Training

    Students Told Dixie Has Perils: Warned Jailings

    Death Possible in Rights Invasion by Raymond R. Coffey: Chicago Daily News, June 16, 1964.

    Pages 1, 2, 19 & 20 of The Atlanta Inquirer June 22, 1964. Containing partial articles: 15-Year-old High School Boy, Victim of Atlanta Violence, Packed Schools Still no Factor in Transfers, A divided Nations Revolts. Thousand to witness Evers Memorial Sunday, Tech Student Accepted for A.T. &T. Work, Caps & Recaps (Gadsen-Chicago), JFK Convinced, but Cautious, Letters to The Editors: Readers Asks if Southern Bell Hires Fairly, A Calf Reflection: I Had Just Returned, Shall Not Have Died in Vain, a Sign of The Times, Status of the Negro in The U.S. Today�As the President Described It.

    Pack Amphitheater for Mississippi Project Benefit Program, Yellow Springs News, July 30, 1964.

    A letter From a Disturbed Grandfather, in the behalf of Judge Pye: To my Fellow Citizens and Fellow Registered Voters of Fulton County. The Atlanta Constitution, September 8, 1964.(Original & Copy)

    Raise no flags high for Martin, by T.T. Tolg. April 3, 1975.

    JOURNALS, MEMOS, FLYERS & CORRESPONDENCE

    A manuscript? Of 39 pages June 1964.

    Experts from journals written in Atlanta, Georgia. June 14, 1963.

    A 4 page journal entry in Fulton County Jail: Monday Morning, 8:00 am April 27, 1964.

    39 pages of Folder Report starting from 6-24-63.

    A sketched profile of a man on a notebook page (Jimmy) Henry Gaddy Jr. Fulton County Jail, April 23, 1964.

    A flyer/statement of protest of a liquor store for unfair employment.

    Public Gathering on Equal Employment at the Allen Temple A.M.E. Church; sponsored by the Committee on Appeal for Human rights, Monday, July 8th (To inform the public about current liquor store selective buying campaign and why we are not buying.)

    News Flash!: A letter from the committee for segregation August 9, 1963.

    A hateful note addressed to Mr. Tolg from Lewis A. Dillon, Mr Tolg's response is attached, May 20, 1964.

    Hate mail in the form of a sheet of paper with KILL typed many times along with Seemingly scary graphics attached is T. Tolg's response to the page slipped under his door.

    A flyer by the White League calling for white voters to preserve segregation by voting against Morrison in the 1964 Louisiana Governor's election. (2 copies)

    A memo to prospective SNCC summer workers from the summer projects coordinator.

    Fulton County Jail form for Prisoner commissary Requisition

    The Christian Science Monitor, January 26, 1966. Midwest Edition, New Orleans.

    MISCELLANEOUS

    1967 SNCC Calendar

    Two plastic SNCC buttons are attached to folder

    A Fulton County Jail matchbook (empty)

    Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 2009 calendar.

  • Box 21

    BOX 21 Ronland Deurksen

    Summary of Proposed Civil Rights Act of 1963

    August 15, 1964 Convention to found Jackson Chapter of the Mississippi student union: Resolution on housing

    Memo to Freedom School Teachers from Mississippi Summer Project Staff titled Materials to bring with you to Mississippi

    Notes on teaching in Mississippi introduction to the summer by Jane Stembridge

    The general Condition of the Mississippi Negro

    Memorandum: On the SNCC Mississippi Summer Project

    Prospectus for the Mississippi Freedom Summer

    Mississippi Summer Project running Summary of incidents

    Freedom Schools in Mississippi, 1964

    The Student voice, Vol. 5, No. 20. August 12, 1964

    Core-Lator No. 107 July-August 1964

    Newsweek reprinted from the issue of July 13, 1964

    Mississippi Eyewitness the three civil rights worker, how they were murdered

    Letter addressed to Friends from Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project

    A letter addressed to Roland Duerksen from senator Birch Bayh, January 12, 1965

    The Nation: summer in Mississippi September 14, 1964

    Copies of portions of 2 letters that Mary Deurksen wrote to her parents while her husband Roland was in Mississippi in 1964

    Dont Delay Any Longer, Register now

    A promotional flyer by NAACP to potential voters to register to vote.

    A flyer from the misters of Jackson encouraging parents to enroll their 1st grade children in formerly all-white schools

    A letter addressed to Roland from Tom Truss September 7, 1964

    A clipping titled Back Freedom Party by Kathleen Larsen from West Lafayette

    Lafayette Civil rights Workers Find Fear in Mississippi, Lafayette leader august 27, 1964.

    Two Purdue Professors Describes Efforts to Help Mississippi Negroes to Strive for their Rights by Dan Fabian journal and courier, Lafayette, IND august 28, 1964.

    Responsibility for chaos, August 17, 1964. The Editorial page from Jackson Daily News

    A brochure for the Mississippi Summer Project by SNCC

    Mississippi Student Union by the council of federated Organization

    Editorial in the Jackson daily news, August 21, 1964 desegregation in Jackson

    A page containing four poems from the freedom Schools:

    1) Untitled

    2) A Negro soldier

    3) Why did I my donts

    4) The house of liberty

    Freedom registration Form

    Application for Work on the Freedom Vote

    A small box containing five small bundles of photographic slides

    Three fellow teachers at the Jackson, Mississippi, Freedom School Where Roland Duerksen was volunteering

    Intermission during the mock democratic national convention event

    Home of Medgar Evers in Jackson, Mississippi, where he was slain in 1963.

    Roland Deurksen (center), Don Winkelman (right) and a fellow teacher with their host family in Jackson, Mississippi

    Recess time at Freedom School in Jackson, Mississippi

    A House with stacked boxes on the porch and a man standing on the front lawn.

    Robert Moses

    A photograph of a black board filled with writing in chalk

    A photograph of people in a church, holding up signs

    A photograph of a roadside sign

    A photograph of a building sign(administrative offices colored school division Jackson municipal separate school districts

    A photograph of a white house with people on steps

    A group of African American children sitting on front steps of building facing a woman playing the guitar

    A photograph of two women pausing to read a blackboard on the streets

    A paper titled Mississippi Summer, 1964. containing detailed description of photographs (See number on back of each picture)

    Roadside sign near small town (Inscription: CITIZENS COUNCIL. STATES RIGHTS. RACIAL INTEGRITY. )

    Recess time at freedom school, Jackson

    Three of the four teachers at the freedom school (Roland Duerksen at right)

    Freedom school students with R. Duerksen and one other teacher)

    Intermission at week-end imitation political convention (Jackson)

    Robert Moses, who directed the imitation political convention

    L.to R. : Robert Moses, Don Winkleman and Roland Duerksen

    Three freedom workers ( Roland Deurksen, center) with host family (Jackson)

    ****Extra DVD with photo descriptions

  • Box 22

    Box 22: 2014 Freedom Summer Conference

    Folder 1

    Eldon Prier- Collection of Material

    Letter from Eldon Prier, February 13, 1997

    Letter from President James Garland to Eldon Prier concerning Freedom Summer, March 4, 1997

    Memo from Eldon W. Prier to Carl Esposito about story on Role of Western College in Freedom Summer, January 29, 1997

    Article "Man Plays Role In memorial 2004”

    Letter from President Garland to Elmon Prier about Memorial, October 11, 1999

    Miami Rated Nation's Worst for Mingling, September 4, 1998

    Letter from Elmon Prier to Mike Williams, October 26, 1999

    Note from Mary Jane Berman to Reverend Prier, September 1, 2004

    Email from Ann Elizabeth Armstrong to Elmon Prier, September 5, 2004

    Article, "Arthur Miller Was Civil Rights Activist Ex-NAACP Head Helped Make History", January 27, 2007

    Article, "NAACP Chapter to Honor Front-line Civil Rights Fighter", February 7, 1999

    Article, "Mississippi Trial Has Roots In Miami's Freedom Summer" June 19, 2005

    Letter, From Elmon Prier to Rick Momeyer, March 8, 2004

    Article, "Miami Should Consider These Goals", Undated

    Article, "Oxford Linked to 'Freedom Summer' 60's Civil Rights Volunteers Trained at Western College", February 23, 1997

    Article, "Freedom Memorial Dedication Recalled", Undated

    Article, "The Mission to Mississippi, Undated

    Article, "Arthur Miller Was Civil Rights Activist", January 27, 2007

    Resume - Elmon W. Prier

    Article, "Elmon Prier Author|Educator|Philosopher|Mentor," July 3, 2012

    Folder 2 Ohio's Little Known Contribution to Civil Rights Act, July 20, 2014 Olen Burrage Dies at 82: Linked to Killings in 1964 Freedom Fighters, Columbus Dispatch, June 17, 2014 (2 copies)

    Folder 3 Letter from Rick Momeyer to the Federal Bureau of Investigation, June 21, 2011

    Folder 4 Buttons: The Andrew Goodman Foundation, Postcards Booklet: A Pretty Bold Thing To Do" Collecting Civil Rights Manuscripts During the 1960's by the Wisconsin Historical Society

    Folder 5 Freedom Summer Special Collections Exhibit Materials

    Folder 6 2015 Freedom Summer Conference Consent Forms, Oral History Interviews

    Folder 7 2015 Conference Shuttle Service, Conference Room Assignments

    Folder 8 2015 Conference Programs: 50th Anniversary of Freedom Summer, Friday, June 20, 2015, Kumler Chapel Official Conference Overview

    Folder 9 Freedom Summer Chimes Dedication, June 2015

    Folder 10 Freedom Summer Interactive App, 2015

    Folder 11 Official Conference Program 2015

    Folder 12 Conference Brochures, Pamphlets, Posters

    Folder 13 Freedom Summer Memorial Program, October 12, 2014

    Folder 14 2014 Conference Oral History Forms

    Folder 15 Mississippi Summer Project Freedom Libraries 1964

    Folder 16 Freedom Summer Conference Folder

    Folder 17 Mark Treitel Photographs - Nine photographs from the Freedom Summer Conference held at Western College for Women in 1964. Please provide photo credit when these images are used. Images by Mark Treitel

  • Box 23

    Box 23

    Folder 1: Freedom Summer

    Publicity for “Faces of Freedom Summer” Exhibit, January 28, 2003

    Pre-proposal for a Wilks Leadership Institute Social Change Think Tank titled “Freedom with Responsibility: Transformative Leadership and Social Change in the 21st Century”

    A letter addressed to the Ohio Humanities Council from Wayne K. Durrill, May 24, 2004

    A letter addressed to Mary Jane Berman from Judy Waldron, June 1, 2004

    Email to Claudia from Mary Jane Berman, July 12, 2004

    To-do list, February 27, 2004

    To-do list, March 22, 2004

    Random notes, April 22, 2004

    Notes concerning the invitations to and a tentative schedule for the 2004 Freedom Summer Conference, May 26, 2004

    Notes concerning a Freedom Summer class (Two pages), May 11, 2004

    Notes: coordination of speakers?

    Notes: random

    Notes concerning people that need to be contacted, May 13, 2004

    To-do list, June 14, 2004

    List of potential speakers?, July 8, 2004

    To-do list, July 12, 2004

    List of Freedom Summer speakers, July 18, 2004

    Miami Seal on a blank sheet of paper

    Notes concerning the 2004 Freedom Summer coordination details, July 20, 2004

    Notes concerning 2004 Freedom Summer publicity, July 21, 2004

    List of people and corresponding phone numbers

    List of things to tell students about Freedom Summer, Notes on people relevant to Freedom Summer

    Project Narrative Questions for a grant offered by the Ohio Humanities Council (Two pages)

    Paper titled “Investigating Urban Conditions Relating to Homelessness/Poverty” (Two copies)

    List of Freedom Summer Resources

    To-do list

    Folder 2: Volunteers

    Notes about volunteers for 2004 Freedom Summer

    Volunteer coordination emails between various volunteers and Dr. Berman (six pages)

    Notes about the 2004 Freedom Summer schedule

    Volunteer coordination emails between various volunteers and Dr. Berman (fifteen pages)

    Folder 3: Freedom Summer Publicity

    Contact list

    Letters from Ctr. for American & World Cultures that were unable to be delivered

    Correspondence between Holly Wissing and Dr. Berman, June 8, 2004

    Email addressed to Ms. Falke from Terri Shaw

    Notes for the address/mailing file

    Address list of other colleges and universities

    Notes for the address/mailing file

    Email addressed to Dorothy Ann Falke from Tina Carico

    Contact list of Miami employees

    Letter addressed to Ms. Falke from Deborah Rand

    Packet titled “Connecting Schools and Communities Across Diverse Stakeholder Groups Outline of Facilitation Guide for Community/Parent Workshops”

    Freedom Summer 40th Anniversary conference flier

    Letter addressed to Mrs. Linda L. Peterson-Price from the Ctr. for American & World Cultures

    Freedom Summer registration form (CD-RW)

    Folder 4: Freedom Summer

    Freedom Summer postcard, invitation, and dinner invitation (CD-R)

    Contact List for those on a 2004 Freedom Summer Committee (including Friends of Freedom Summer)

    List of members of the Voices of Freedom Summer Conference and Reunion Planning Committee and Finding Freedom Summer Advisory Council

    Email concerning the Freedom Summer Reunion meeting schedule, August 27, 2004

    List of people involved in Freedom Summer

    Email concerning the Freedom Summer Reunion committee meeting schedule, May 25, 2004

    Papers concerning the scheduling of Freedom Summer meetings (5 pages)

    Great Room reservation form

    Correspondence between Dorothy Falke and various attendees of the Freedom Summer Meetings (12 pages)

    Email concerning the “Finding Freedom Summer” advisory council agenda

    Time grids used to schedule meetings

    Various Curriculum-Vitaes

    Correspondence between Dorothy Falke and various people who were invited to the Freedom Summer conference (especially Freedom Summer participants)

    Various emails concerning the setup of Freedom Summer (organizing entertainment, speakers, committees)

    Freedom Summer School curriculum

    Paper describing the Freedom Summer memorial constructed on Miami's campus

    Emails concerning the link for the Freedom Summer website and Freedom Summer meeting, July 1, 2004

    Emails expressing interest in and requesting more information about the Freedom Summer Conference (8 pages)

    Emails concerning available meeting for Freedom Summer meetings

    A photograph of William Holmes McGuffey Museum (postcard)

    A photograph of Kumler Memorial Chapel (postcard)

    A photograph of Verlin L. Pulley Tower (postcard)

    Miami University Lecture Series poster featuring P.J. O’Rourke

    Folder 5: Freedom Summer Expenses

    List of tasks, associated costs, and sources of funding for Freedom Summer

    Time sheets of student workers and payroll registration forms

    Authorization of use of faculty ID card form

    Time sheets of student workers

    Payroll registration forms

    Payment voucher requests (3 pages), May 21 and July 12, 2007

    Travel expense report from Rhonda Smith, May-June, 2006

    Limited purchase order to be used on airfare for Carlyle Brown, July 17, 2006

    Travel Expense Report for Katie Johnson, December 11, 2006

    Payment voucher requests and invoices (5 packets), April 9, 2007, April 6, 2007, March 2, 2007, September 29, 2005, October 21, 2005

    Rental form for the great room and kitchen of Oxford Parks & Recreation Department Senior Citizens and Community Center, May 21, 2004

    Travel expense report from Tom Dutton, April 6, 2005

    Payment request voucher (2 packets), April 29 and July 18, 2005

    Limited purchase order to be used on airfare for Adam Kraar, January 28, 2005

    Payment request form, February 14, 2005

    Limited purchase order to be used on ground transportation for Adam Kraar, February 14, 2005

    Travel expense report from Kim Broida, February 15, 2005

    Receipt for six tickets to a theatrical production in Louisville, February 23, 2005

    Travel expense report from Momeyer, March 1, 2005

    Travel expense report from Ann Armstrong, March 21, 2005

    Limited purchase order to be used on airfare for Gwen Lewis, August 31, 2004

    Limited purchase order to be used on airfare for Gwen Lewis, September 2, 2004

    Payment voucher request (3 pages), August 25 and 9, 2004

    Limited purchase order to be used on Freedom Summer collection days advertisment, July 29, 2004

    Limited purchase order to be used on a display ad for Freedom Summer Reunion Conference in The Chronicle of Higher Education, May 20, 2004

    Ad for Freedom Summer Reunion Conference

    Limited purchase order to be used on a display ad for Freedom Summer Reunion Conference in Black Issues in Higher Education, May 20, 2004

    Invoice for a display ad for Freedom Summer Reunion Conference in Black Issues in Higher Education

    Ad for Freedom Summer reunion Conference

    Email addressed to Dorothy Falke from Lisa Campbell

    Email telling the dates that the Freedom Summer ads will appear

    Copies of the Freedom Summer ads

    Copies of the limited purchase orders used for the ads

    Limited purchase order to be used on a display ad for Freedom Summer Reunion Conference in The Chronicle of Higher Education, July 12, 2004

    Travel expense report and receipts, May 7, 2004

    Limited purchase order to be used on ten tickets to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, May 18, 2004

    Receipt from the Miami University Bookstore

    Miami University purchasing card transactions, February 27, 2004- March 29, 2004

    Limited purchase order and receipt for ground transportation to see Carlyle Brown’s play, January 12, 2007

    Payment voucher request, February 12, 2007

    Travel expenses request denial, March 22, 2005

    Limited purchase order to be used on a lunch meeting between the Freedom Summer committee and the NAACP, June 1, 2004

    Forms concerning the use of Miami University buildings and catering for Freedom Summer

    Print center request form (two copies) and copy of final product (one copy), November 4, 2005

    Printing request for posters, November 4, 2005

    Print center requests (seven packets; some final products)

    Receipt for T-shirt order, September 22, 2009

    Limited purchase order to be used on dinner for Carlyle Brown and two faculty members, October 8, 2009

    Limited purchase order to be used on dinner for Carlyle Brown and four faculty members, October 13, 2009

    Receipts for food and drinks, October 12-14, 2009

    Payroll collection form, January 28, 2010

    Receipt for the shipment of three cartons, August 9, 2010

    Copies of receipts, checks, bank statements, and order pages for various purchases

    Folder 6: Freedom Summer Walking Tour

    Brochure for the Freedom Summer Memorial on Miami University’s campus

    Freedom Summer tour guides contact information

    Calendar of times tour guides are not available to do tours

    Paper titled “Walk with me: An Interactive Walking Tour that Explores Freedom SUmmer training in Oxford, OH” intended as an application for a grant

    Budget form

    Folder 7:

    Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference, Minutes-August 5, 2004

    Voices of Freedom Summer Conference and Reunion Planning Committee, June 10, 2004

    Voices of Freedom Summer Conference and Reunion Planning Committee, May 27, 2004 (two copies)

    Freedom Summer Conference Committee, June 24, 2004 (two copies)

    Possible Topics for Conference, June 8, 2004

    New York Times “Remembering Lives Given, and Taken”, June 1, 2004 (two copies)

    Notes concerning presentations and churches in the area

    Folder 8: Freedom Summer Participants Letter

    Letter from the Ctr. for American & World Cultures that was returned to the sender

    Follow-up letter to the “Friends of Freedom Summer”, January 25, 2005

    Folder 9:

    Order form for the book Going South

    Folder 10: Freedom Summer Playwright Arrangements

    Financial request form- final payment for play written for “Finding Freedom Summer”, September 16, 2009

    Proposal for SFA SCholarship and Teaching Grant

    Carlyle Brown Biography

    Emails concerning Carlyle Brown’s contact information, November 2, 2006

    New vendor set-up form

    Job description for Freedom Summer guest artist in residence: Carlyle Brown

    Financial request form- payment for draft of play written for “Finding Freedom Summer”, March 27, 2008

    Miami University Employment Recommendation for Carlyle Brown (two copies)

    Correspondence between Carlyle Brown and Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, October 2006

    Payment voucher request to be used to compensate Carlyle Brown for the play he wrote

    Proposed legal agreement between Carlyle Brown and Miami University

    Expense transfer request for Carlyle Brown’s registration to the PTO conference

    Airline receipt

    Limited purchase order to be used on airfare for Carlyle Brown

    Travel expense report from Carlyle Brown

    Freedom Summer playwright update

    Papers relating to Thulani Davis’ visit, June 2-3, 2005

    Canceled limited purchase order

    Papers relating to Thulani Davis’ visit, April 17-19, 2005

    Papers relating to Caleen Jennings’ visit, April 3-5, 2005

    Papers relating to Carlyle Brown’s visit, March 21-23, 2005

    Papers relating to Adam Kraar’s visit, February 27-March 2, 2005

    Receipt to DiPaolo’s & Three Trees Pub

    Jimmy John’s catering order form

  • Box 24

    Box 24

    Folder 1: Book advertisements and order forms

    Flier featuring the book Lucasville

    “My Family, The Movement, an Me” flier

    Order form for “Looking Back to Move Ahead”

    Folder 2: IRB Forms Freedom Summer Project

    Slideshow of the education program on the protection of human research participants

    Guidelines for research involving human subjects

    Sample research cases

    Business card for Dorothy Falke

    Letter addressed to Dr. Berman from Gordon Allen, July 2, 2004

    Request for the donation of materials relating to Freedom Summer in Oxford

    Letter looking for people willing to give an interview about Freedom Summer

    Interview questions

    Application for approval of research involving human subjects

    Folder 3: IRB forms Freedom Summer

    Finding Freedom: Documenting and Performing Freedom Summer at Miami University

    Letters/emails concerning participation on the Freedom Summer advisory committee, March 2003

    Letter requesting stories from James City County Training School, February 3, 1999

    At the Threshold of Memory, A Bilingual Critical Anthology of New and Selected Poems

    Brazil Body & Soul

    Folder 4: Invitations to September 17 dinner

    Email from Mary Jane Berman seeking greeters for a conference, September 12, 2004

    1964 Freedom Summer participant list

    Correspondence between Mary Jane Berman and Ann Elizabeth Armstrong concerning invitations

    Drafted list of people attending dinner at Holy Trinity (two copies)

    Contact information (Two pages)

    Black Heritage stamps

    Invitations to the “Voices of Freedom Summer” Conference dinner (three copies)

    Folder 5:

    Finding Freedom: Documenting and Performing Freedom Summer at Miami University

    The First Phase of the Behavioral Revolution: Classical S-R Behaviorism

    Folder 6: Oxford Friends of the Mississippi Project

    NAACP membership campaign letter

    Contact information for interviewees

    Contact information for sponsors

    Folder 7: Black Alumni Miami University

    Email concerning inviting Herrick Young’s children to the Freedom Summer Conference, July 28, 2004

    Emails concerning the invitation of black alumni to the Freedom Summer Conference, July, 2004

    Emails concerning Freedom Summer funding, July, 2004

    Various emails involving the alumni center and the Freedom Summer conference leaders, July, 2004

    Folder 8: Algebra Project

    Packet concerning Robert Moses, his part in Freedom Summer, and his new mission: The Algebra Project

    Folder 9: Andy Macho/Kate Nolhman

    Notes about Andy and Kate’s roles in the Freedom Summer research, August 26, 2004

    Folder 10: Registration Packet

    Email addressed to Mary Jane Berman from Mark McPhail concerning a CD he made

    Email addressed to Ann Elizabeth Armstrong from Mary Jane Berman concerning the reproduction of an original SNCC brochure and media coverage

    Folder 11: Rick Momeyer correspondence

    Emails between Rick Momeyer and Mary Jane Berman concerning voter registration

    Email concerning the need for van drivers to and from the hotel

    Emails concerning the presence of political dignitaries at the freedom Summer Conference

    Folder 12: Flonzie Brown-Wright

    Flonzie Brown-Wright biography

    “Summer of 1964 Rights Activists Recall Mississippi” by Janette Rodrigues, Dayton Daily News

    “MLK speaker says dream not realized” by Rick McCrabb, Middletown Journal

    “Author chronicled civil rights struggle” by Franki V. Ransom, Dayton Daily News, September 8, 1995

    “Woman appears in video, Germantown resident witnessed civil rights activity” by Eric Robinette, Cox News Service (three pages)

    Folder 13:

    Grant guidelines and application

    Email containing contact information of students and faculty who may help with the grant

    Evaluation form of the staff development program

    Brown Bag Evaluation

    Notes about existing internships

    Folder 14: OHC Curriculum Vitae

    Curriculum vitae of Mary Frederickson

    Curriculum vitae of Wayne K. Durrill

    Curriculum vitae of Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, Ph.D.

    Curriculum vitae of Mary Jane Berman, Ph.D.

    Folder 15: Ohio Humanities Council

    OHC’s community history grants program

    Grant guidelines and application

    Folder 16: OHC Grant

    Proposal Approval Form (form used to obtain University approval of grant proposals to external organizations) OHC Budget draft

    Folder 17: Ohio Humanities Council CAWC Files

    Proposal Approval Form (form used to obtain University approval of grant proposals to external organizations)

    OHC Budget draft

    Folder 18

    Business card concerning Freedom School Curriculum

    Freedom Riders membership list, 10-26-01

    List of people associated with the original Freedom Summer and a description of what they did

    Contact list of “other individuals”

    Contact list of historians, writers, and publishers

    Contact list of “Current Organizations, Centers, Archives Outside of Mississippi”

    Folder 19: Sunday Volunteers

    Notes concerning the volunteers in charge of meals and luggage

    Email correspondence between Dr. Berman and Erica Thomas

    Folder 20: Volunteers Information Rovers

    Email from Dr. Berman to one of her volunteers for “Voices of Freedom Summer”, 9-14-04

    Miami Directory Search results, 9-14-04

    Emails from Dr. Berman to the “room rover” volunteers

    Correspondence between Dr. Berman and various volunteers

    “Memory and Judgement” by Jane Adams and D. Gorton, 9-11-04

    List of newly recruited volunteers

    Notes about student volunteer responsibilities

    Collection of emails listing who can volunteer and at what times they are available

    Receipt from a restaurant in Oxford

    MUGS flier with notes about the possibility of members volunteering for “The Voices of Freedom Summer” on the back, 9-9-04

    Emails concerning the ushers for “The Voices of Freedom Summer”

    Notes about when and where volunteers are needed

    Emails between Dr. Berman and volunteers

    Folder 21: Interfaith gathering, September 19, 2004

    Email concerning the presentations for “The Voices of Freedom Summer”

    “Od Yavo Shalom Aleinu” (“Peace Will Come To Us”, a song)

    A summary of a meeting to plan the interfaith gathering and an outline of the gathering

    Emails concerning Flonzie Brown-Wright speaking at the interfaith gathering

    List of topics to be covered in the interfaith gathering

    Emails concerning singers at the interfaith gathering

    Notes about the presentations order of the interfaith gathering

    Contact information for campus ministries and Oxford area churches

    Email from Flonzie Brown-Wright offering to speak at the interfaith gathering

    Fax from the Wake Forest University Divinity School, 09-01-04

    List of the four topics to be discussed at the interfaith gathering

    Email from Flonzie Brown-Wright offering to speak at the interfaith gathering

    Notes from the July 21 meeting with Ray

  • Box 25

    Box 25

    Folder 1: “Voices of Freedom Summer” Details

    Interfaith gathering program draft

    Summary of a meeting on September 10 concerning changes to the interfaith gathering program

    Dr. Berman’s to-do list

    Emails concerning the details of the program

    First draft of the program

    Floor plans detailing the placement of tables, chairs, mics, and presentations

    Third draft of the “Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference” itinerary

    First draft of the “Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference” itinerary

    Email from Dr. Berman to Jael concerning Antonio Curet’s itinerary

    Notes about transportation for the conference

    Fax number

    Notes about transportation for the conference

    Conference final details draft #1, August 27, 2004

    Folder 2: Voices of Freedom Summer- Friday night program

    Notes about miscellaneous details

    Notes from the meeting with Charles Nies, September 1, 2004

    To-do list, August 31, 2004

    Folder 3: Voices of Freedom Summer Plan/Program

    Draft #4: Conference Program

    Email to Lisa Campbell concerning acknowledgements and donors

    To-do list, August 31, 2004

    To-do list, July 22, 2004

    Emails to various student volunteers

    Conference final details Draft #2, August 29, 2004

    Email from Cheryl Young to Dr. Berman

    Conference agenda, July 21, 2004

    Minutes for July 8, 2004

    Dr. Berman’s to-do list

    “Voices of Freedom Summer” Registration form

    Educators’ Preview and Reception invitation

    Notes concerning Bob Moses and other miscellaneous things

    Contact list for members of Freedom Summer Committees

    Conference letter

    Notes from a meeting

    Notes about transportation for the conference

    Email to Dr. Berman concerning the possibility of job enrichment from attending the conference

    Notes about transportation for the conference

    Email concerning the tables and chairs needed for the conference

    Miscellaneous notes

    Notes about transportation for the conference (Van 1)

    Notes from a meeting about the Ceremony after John Lewis’ talk

    Notes concerning the MUGS performance

    Notes concerning volunteers

    Emails concerning the MUGS singing at the conference

    Correspondence between Ronita Farria and Dr. Berman

    Conference schedule and program

    Dr. Berman’s to-do lists

    Email concerning the showing of “Freedom on My Mind” to MOSAIC classes

    To-do lists

    Notes from a meeting with AEA, August, 26, 2004

    Finding Freedom Summer Advisory Committee Meeting, August 31, 2004

    To-do list

    Discussion with Dr. Berman, August 30, 2004

    Email concerning a scholarship endowment for Algebra Project kids

    Notes concerning Andy Macho’s visit and presentation

    Notes about the various tables at the convention, July 24, 2004

    Shriver Center Reservation Confirmation

    Notes concerning conference events to take place in the Shriver Center, August 20, 2004

    Emails concerning the possible showing of Race: Mississippi, Out of Africa, Into the Mississippi Delta. African missionaries evangelize in the Mississippi Delta, and Allen’s Choice at the conference

    Member lists for the Voices of Freedom Summer Conference and Reunion Planning Committee and the Finding Freedom Summer Advisory Council

    Emails concerning the conference program

    Special Acknowledgements and a paragraph explaining The Friends of the Mississippi Summer Project

    Form letter draft to send to conference participants

    Freedom Summer Committee contact list

    Notes, September 15, 2004

    Notes containing contact information and a to-do list

    Email to Dr. Berman from Maggie Knudson concerning her ability to volunteer

    To-do list, September 12, 2004

    Notes concerning the Friday night dinner and program and miscellaneous to-do list items

    Email to Dr. Berman from Lydia Elkins concerning her ability to volunteer

    To-do list concerning the Friday night registration

    Conference Schedule and Program

    Emails to Dr. Berman from various volunteers concerning their ability to help with the conference

    Contact list for conference volunteers

    Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference booklet

    Folder 4: Oral History Project

    Oral history project notes

    Oral history/archiving volunteer sign up?

    Notes concerning the collection and archiving of oral histories

    Paperwork concerning the rental of the Oxford Senior Center

    Folder 5: Voices of Freedom Summer Conference

    Email addressed to Jane inviting her to speak at the conference due to her devotion to civil rights all over the world and her involvement in Freedom Summer

    Email concerning the date of the conference and the exhibit “Faces of Freedom Summer”

    Conference itinerary Draft #1

    Agenda for the “Finding Freedom Summer Meeting”

    Freedom Summer Conference Committee minutes, February 11, 2004 (Three copies)

    Freedom Summer Conference Committee minutes, February 27, 2004

    Freedom Summer Conference Committee minutes, March 26, 2004 (Two copies)

    Addition to previous Freedom Summer Conference Committee minutes, March 28, 2004

    Summary of a meeting between Dr. Berman and Holly Wissing of the News Bureau, March 16, 2004

    Play committee member list

    Email to the play committee requesting playwright suggestions and meeting times

    Oral history/ archives committee member list

    Email to Dorothy with instructions on what she should do with the sub-committee member list

    Emails concerning a Freedom Summer reunion that is being planned outside of the conference

    Email to Dr. Berman from Dr. Kernodle

    Email to three students requesting that they serve as student representatives

    Notes on Lisa Campbell, July 14, 2003

    Freedom Summer Meeting minutes, December 14, 2003

    Grant Spreadsheet

    Possible funding sources

    Emails concerning upcoming Freedom Summer meeting

    Reunion committee member list

    Email concerning the upcoming reunion meeting and the website

    Paper about the Freedom Summer reunion in Jackson Mississippi

    Flier for the historic north-south freedom caravan

    ”Voices of Freedom Summer” questions and things to do (Two copies)

    Email concerning ad rates

    Sample ads

    Order for an ad in The Chronicle of Higher Education

    To-do list

    Email from Dr. Berman with reminders

    Miscellaneous notes

    Conference itinerary Draft #2

    Freedom Summer Conference and Reunion Planning Committee minutes, May 27, 2004

    List of possible topics for conference, June 8, 2004

    Conference agenda, June 10, 2004 (two copies)

    Notes concerning the play, June 14, 2004

    Freedom Summer Conference Committee minutes, June 24, 2004

    ”Voices of Freedom Summer” Reunion and Conference minutes, July 8, 2004

    List of confirmed/pending presenters/participants

    Freedom Summer Advisory Council: Meeting Agenda, April 22, 2004

    Advisory council notes, May 28, 2004

    “Freedom Summer 40th Anniversary” flier

    “Voices of Freedom Summer” mailings

    Freedom Summer 2004 sponsors

    Contact list

    Folder 6: Misc.

    Letter addressed to Dr. Goodman, July 29, 2004

    Information on The Andrew Goodman Foundation and grant

    LAS/GEO 106A: Migration and Movement Across the Americas- Syllabus, Fall 2004

    POR 383: By or About (Afro-) Brazilian Women- Syllabus, Fall 2004

    LAS 403: Current Latin American Issues- Syllabus, Fall 2003

    Schedule for Freedom Summer Conference, made June 8, 2004

    Letter arranging a speech for Councilman Christopher Smitherman

    Biography of Christopher Smitherman

    Race/gender resource center newsletter, Number 18, Spring 2002

    Proposal from the Department of Architecture and Interior Design for a Grant from the President’s Academic Enrichment Awards (Sheriff Fund) The Visiting Critic as Intellectual Catalyst

    “Antievolution and Creationism in the United States” by Eugenie C. Scott, Annual Reviews,1997, Vol. 26, pp 263-289

    Budget form

    Notes about costs

    Notes about various people involved in the original Freedom Summer (two pages)

    Miscellaneous notes (Two pages)

    Notes about oral history

    Miscellaneous notes (one page)

    Email addressed to Alan from Dr. Berman

    Music at Miami proposal: “Music at Miami for the Millennium: Harmonizing Excellence Hearing Diversity”

    Folder 7: Grants

    President’s Academic Enrichment Award application

    Grant Programs, National Endowment for the Humanities: description and requirements of two grants

    Letter from William J. Doan endorsing the Freedom Summer Project (Two copies)

    OHC Grant Proposal, “Building a Circle of Trust: Freedom Summer Training in Oxford, Ohio”

    Letter addressed to Dr. Berman from Ronald A. Crutcher

    Folder 8: Faces of Freedom Summer

    Email from Dr. Berman confirming the rental of “Faces of Freedom Summer”

    Miscellaneous contact information

    Article, “Mississippi Oral History Program”

    Freedom Summer course (and trip) description

    Biography of Herbert Randall, Jr.

    “The Freedom Schools: What Were They, What Happened?” by Staughton Lynd (Three copies)

    Oral History Project by the Civil Rights Heritage Center & Northern Indiana Center for History

    List of books relating to the civil rights movement

    Article about the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs

    Description of the Smithsonian exhibit “Creativity and Resistance: Maroon Cultures in the Americas”

    “Never Before Seen Faces of Freedom Visits Delta State”

    Description of the Smithsonian exhibit “We Shall Overcome: Photographs from the American Civil Rights Era”

    “Faces of Freedom Summer, The Photographs of Herbert Randall”

    Email addressed to Dr. Carpenter from Dr. Berman

    Information about the Mississippi Humanities Council Staff

    Information about the Mississippi Humanities Council grants and oral history project

    Folder 9: Play Writing Committee

    Appendix II: Prospective Playwrights and Theater Companies

    Appendix I: Prospective Playwrights and Theater Companies

    Finding Freedom: Documenting and Performing Freedom Summer at Miami University

    Folder 10: Finding Freedom Summer Advisory Council

    Email from Dr. Berman setting up the first “Finding Freedom Summer” meeting, December 7, 2003

    Emails from Dr. Berman to the potential advisory committee

    Pre-proposal for the Presidential Academic Enrichment Award project

    Email addressed to Dr. Berman from Tammy Kernodle

    Letter addressed to Advisory Council Members, May 29, 2003

    Folder 11: K-12 Schools

    Letter addressed to Dr. Berman from Ann W. proposing a field trip for local schools to visit Miami and learn about Freedom Summer

    Folder 12:

    Freedom Summer Conference and Reunion itinerary Draft #1, April 21, 2004

    Folder 13:

    Empty envelope addressed to Ann-Elizabeth Armstrong

    Folder 14:

    List of student volunteers and sponsors

    Folder 15:

    Miami University Library stationery (Blank)

    Folder 16: Question/Interview Test

    Sample interview questions for “Building a Circle of Trust: Freedom Summer in Oxford, OH”

    Folder 17: Deed of Gift

    Interviewee Release Form (Blank)

    Miami University/Western Archives deed of gift (Blank)

    Folder 18:

    Story circle/interview tape log (Blank)

    Interviewee Release Form (Blank)

    Sample interview questions for “Building a Circle of Trust: Freedom Summer in Oxford, OH”

    Folder 19:

    Legal pad with contact information

  • Box 26

    Box 26

    Folder 1: Freedom Summer Conference Address List

    Freedom Summer Conference Address List (two copies)

    Folder 2: Freedom Summer Reunion Conference

    Miscellaneous receipts September 21, 2004, September 16, 2004

    Photocopies of checks paid to the order of Miami University

    Miscellaneous receipt

    Miami University Bursar Office Deposit Transmittal Form

    Photocopies of checks

    Payment voucher request to be used for the shipment of the “Faces of Freedom Summer” exhibit

    Papers concerning honorarias to be given to Stanley Broadnax, Victoria Straughn, and Monica Williams

    Email from Jeri Schaner

    Freedom Summer Conference Support and Expenses Chart

    Email containing the number in attendance at the Freedom Summer events

    Payment voucher request to be used to transport presenters to the conference

    Receipt for a rented car

    Miami University Hosting Documentation Form

    Receipts from various hotels

    Payment voucher request to be used for refreshments on Freedom Summer collection Saturdays, September 21. 2004

    Travel Expense Report, September, 2004

    Payment voucher request to be used to pay a musician who played at the interfaith gathering, September 24, 2004

    Receipts from the Marcum Conference Center & Inn

    Miami University Contract Transmittal Form

    Paperwork involved in hiring John O’Neal

    Miami copy center bills

    Receipts from Judi Hampton’s trip to Miami

    Travel expense reports

    Payment voucher request to be used for gift CDs

    Payment voucher request to be used for transportation during the conference, September 21. 2004

    Contact numbers for conference coordinators

    Email concerning parking

    Box lunch order spreadsheet

    Limited purchase order for tickets to the National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

    Emails concerning the purchase of educational CDs

    List of people who had agreed to be presenters as of July 5

    Emails concerning John O’Neal’s payment

    Emails concerning donations made to the conference

    Shriver Center reservation confirmation

    Email concerning the purchase of educational CDs

    Facsimile Transmittal Sheet

    Advertisement titled “Events in Academe”, The Chronicle of Higher Education

    “Mississippi town honors slain activists 40 years later” by Lynda Edwards, Dayton Daily News, June 20, 2004

    Letter addressed to Professor Zaretsky, July 6, 2004

    Email concerning the placing of an ad in the Oxford Press

    Oxford senior citizen center rental form (two copies)

    Email concerning the rental of hotel rooms for Freedom Summer participants

    Letter addressed to Freedom Summer participants

    Letter addressed to “desired interviewee”

    Flier for Collection Saturdays

    Bookmark prices

    Fund transfers from various Miami departments

    Travel arrangements for John O’Neal

    Limited purchase order and receipts for airfare for various people

    Letter from the White House declining President Bush’s invitation to “Voices of Freedom Summer”

    Shriver center reservation confirmations

    Ticket to see Representative John Lewis speak during the conference

    Ticket to see “Wouldn’t Take Nothing For My Journey” during the conference

    Sticker with contact information for Philip Morsberger

    Miami University Bookstore receipt

    CD-R labeled “Dorothy Falke network”

    CD-R labeled “Freedom Summer from Lisa C.”

    CD-R labeled “Freedom Summer Poster 11x17 process color”

    CD-R labeled “Photographs of Freedom Summer The George Hoxie Collection”

    Print Center request forms (3)

    Transfer of Funds form

    Flier for Representative John Lewis and “Wouldn’t Take Nothing For My Journey”

    Photocopies of newspaper ads for the conference

    Photocopy of two newspaper articles advertising Freedom Summer: “‘Faces of Freedom Summer’ at Miami University Art Museum” and “Freedom Summer reunion and conference Sept. 17-19”, September 2, 2004

    “Students retrace ‘Freedom Summer’ path”, The Miami University Report, Vol. 23 No 38, June 24, 2004

    “Freedom Summer ‘Collection Saturdays’”, The Miami University Report

    The Miami University Report, Vol. 24 No. 7, September 16, 2004

    “Freedom Summer reunion honors 1964 events” by Heather Reeves, The Miami Student, September 21, 2004

    “Racism is alive and signing autographs in Mississippi”

    “On a different pathway to the Creator” by Elmon Prier, Middletown Journal, September 27, 2004

    “Students honor ‘64 activists” by Brian Byrne, The Miami Student, October 19, 2004

    Folder 3:

    The people listed below each received a letter inviting the to participate in “Building a Circle of Trust: Freedom Summer Training in Oxford, Ohio”, an oral history project.

    Mr. and Mrs. Stanford Luce

    Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nelson

    Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jantzen

    Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daniel

    Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller

    Mr. and Mrs. William McKinstry

    Mrs. Jane Strippel

    Mr. and Mrs. David Griffing

    Mrs. Camilla Flinterman

    Folder 4: Freedom Summer Plays

    The script of “Watermelon Rinds” by Regina Taylor

    The script of “Sally’s Rape” by Robbie McCauley

    The script of “Combination Skin” by Lisa Jones

    Photocopy of a short story titled “Mississippi Freedom: South and North” by Robbie McCauley

    “Miami to recall role in civil rights tragedy” by Thomas Shrack, The Journal-News, June 17, 1989

    “Oxford to honor 1964 civil-rights martyrs” by Lew Moores, The Cincinnati Enquirer, June 20, 1994

    “Rights: Training started in Oxford”, The Cincinnati Enquirer

    “Freedom”, by Tom Beyerlein, Dayton Daily News

    “Remembering slain activists for civil rights”, The Cincinnati Enquirer, June 20, 1989

    “Oxford linked to ‘Freedom Summer’” by Mary Lolli and Elmon Prier, Middletown Journal, February 23, 1997

    The wording of a plaque on Miami’s campus commemorating the volunteers that trained there

    Tentative schedule of events for “From the 60s to the 80s: The Continuing Search for Racial Justice”, March 31-April 1, 1989

    Schedule of events for “From the 60s to the 90s: Alternative Visions of Racial Justice”, March 31-April 1, 1989

    Twenty Fifth Commemoration of Freedom Summer celebration program

    “Mississippi Summer vets to reunite in Oxford” by Steven Rosen, The Cincinnati Enquirer

    “Miami should embrace its ‘Freedom Summer’ heritage” by Elmon W. Prier, November 29, 1998

    “Gregory Stresses Courage Of ‘Mississippi Project’” by Kara McMahan, Oxford Press, April 6, 1989

    “Gregory to speak at Miami”, Ohio News Bureau Inc., March 30, 1989

    “Get up, stand up, stand up for your right”, Press Intelligence Inc., April 1, 1989 (two copies)

    Untitled article, Press Intelligence Inc., April 2, 1989

    “Gregory asserts need for change”, Pottsville Republican, April 1, 1989

    Song sheet for Freedom Summer

    List of workshops, speakers, and resource persons for “From the 60s to the 90s: Alternative Visions of Racial Justice”

    “Service honors trio of martyrs” by Thomas Shark, Journal-News

    “Civil rights movement veterans honor slain workers”, The Cincinnati Enquirer

    “Miami remembers its three civil rights leaders murdered in their journey to equality” by Natalie Lucas, December 2, 1999

    “Service at Miami University remembers place in history”, The Cincinnati Enquirer, June 22, 1989

    “Another Case of Murder in Mississippi” by Irv Letofsky, February 4, 1990

    “Observance to mark slayings in Mississippi”, Middletown Journal, June 18, 1989

    “‘Freedom school’s’ grads return to tell life’s lessons” by Tom Beyerlein, Dayton Daily News, March 30, 1989

    The script of “Everybody’s Ruby” by Thulani Davis (Two copies)

    Folder 5:

    Photocopy of Freedom School poetry book, owned by Larry Martin (3 copies)

    The Miami Student, January 14, 2005 (includes article titled “Man indicted for ‘64 civil rights murders” by Chris Gray

    Folder 6: F/S Registration Packet Info.

    “Mississippi Summer Project” pamphlet

    Flier advertising films on the civil rights movement from California Newsreel

    “Mississippi: Allen’s Army”, Newsweek, February 24, 1964 (Two copies)

    Paper about a civil rights veterans website

    Paper about the Western College Memorial Archives

    The Student Voice, Vol. 5 No. 13 pages 1-4, June 2, 1964

    Program for “Voices of Freedom Summer”, September 17, 2004

    Advertisement for a story gathering lunch for Freedom Summer volunteers/staff and veterans

    Schedule of “Voices of Freedom Summer” pre-conference events

    Thank you notes for conference attendees

    “Voices of Freedom Summer” booklet

  • Box 27- Registration

    Box 27 (Freedom Summer 40th anniversary conference registration)

    Folder 1: A

    Jane Adams and D. Gorton- Presenter

    Tracy Abablo

    Sandra Adickes

    Jim Aimers

    Patrick Alexander- Volunteer

    Unique Alexander

    Majida Al-Husaam

    Chude Allen- Presenter

    Tavonne Allen

    Todd Allen

    Lisa Anderson Todd

    Alex Argo

    Ann Elizabeth Armstrong- Committee

    Elinor Aurthur

    Folder 2: B

    Lynn Bahret

    Matt Baldwin

    Kathryn Barlow

    Jennifer Barth

    Ann Bass

    Lauren Bauer

    Mary and William Bausamo

    Andrew Beal

    Tanya and Darrell Beam

    Amy Bergseth- volunteer?

    Letty Bergstrom

    Mary Jane Berman- Committee

    Pris Berry

    Louise E. Bettman

    Jimmy Bickerstaff- Staff

    Muriel L. Blaisdell

    Phyllis Boanes

    Jason Boone

    Keith Boring

    Roy Bowen Ward

    Sylvia Braselmann

    Zoe E. Brickley

    Stephen Bradsky

    Kim Broida

    Monique R. Brooks

    Debra Brown

    Emily Brown

    Flonzie Brown Wright

    Gerardo Brown-Manrique

    Jonathan W. Brown

    Leah Brown

    Ellen and Bruce Bueschel

    Randy Bruns

    Joseph Buoni

    Carri Burgjohann

    Cedric Burrows

    Corey Bunton

    Michael Bush-Arnold

    Sara Butler

    Folder 3: C

    Susan Callan and Barbara Caruso

    Durrell Callier

    Lisa Campbel

    Chelsea Carson

    David C. Carter

    Yonzell Carter

    Mary Kupiec Cayton

    Ben Chaney- Presenter

    George Chilcoat

    Kimberly Claggett

    Daniel M. Cobb

    Nelly Bly Cogan

    Rick Colby

    Carole Colca (Gross)

    Cynthia Collins

    Samantha Cope

    Charnell Covert

    Ann Cox

    Barbara S. Cox

    Lynette Curry

    Folder 4: D

    Mark Dalhouse

    Jennie Dautermann- Staff

    Deborah K. Davidson

    Jennifer Davis

    Martha Davis

    Tracy Davis- Presenter

    Calesta A. Day

    Ellen DeLeon

    Elaine DeLott Baker

    Nick Delphia

    Judith Delzell- Committee

    Judith de Luce

    David Dennis- Presenter

    Jean Denton-Thompson

    Brian Deplhet

    Jake DeRussy

    Barbara Diehl

    William Doan

    Joseph W. Dorsey

    Teri Doughman

    Kristy Drobney

    Matthew Dripps

    Akira Drummands

    Ed Dubinsky- Presenter

    Chris Dudley

    Folder 5: E

    Curtis W. Ellison

    Kathy Emary- Presenter

    Susie Erenrich- Presenter

    Kim Ernsting

    Stephen Ervin

    Cheryl Burgan Evans- Staff

    Folder 6: F

    Dorothy Falke

    Ronita Farria- Volunteer

    Emily Fischer

    Camilla Flintermann

    Amy Foster

    Lorne Francis

    Mary E. Frederickson- Committee

    Aaron Friedberg

    Hardy Frye- Presenter

    Juliana Fuller

    Aviva Futorian

    Folder 7: G

    Betty Garman Robinson

    John Gibson

    Mark Giles

    Margaret Gillespie

    Angela M. Giudice

    Miriam (Cohen) Glickman

    Jane Goettsch

    Robert Graessle

    Denise Green

    Julia Guichard

    Folder 8: H

    Suzanne Haag

    Matt Hahn

    Judi Hampton

    Mark H. Hange

    Vincent Harding- Presenter

    Tahia Harley

    Shaula Harris

    Sally Harrison-Pepper

    Wendy Hartley

    Megan Harvey

    Meghan Hayes

    Carolyn Haynes

    Margaret Hazelton

    Melissa Healy

    LeeAnn Hedges

    Matt Heller

    Barbara Heuberger

    Becca Hickam

    Martha Honey

    Jerome Hovanec

    Mary Hovanec

    Taras J. Hovanec

    Amelia Huerta

    Erin Huffman

    Jordan Hughes

    Bob Hunter

    Carol Hunter

    Jeffry Hutchinson

    Folder 9: I J

    Candace Jackson Gray

    Joshua Jackson

    Paul Jackson

    Rhonda Jackson

    Rev. Victoria Jackson Gray Adams- Presenter

    Andy Jacob

    Cheryl Johnson

    Bianca M. Jones

    Jalisa Jones

    Matt Jones

    Folder 10: K

    James Kates- Presenter

    Susan Kay

    Joseph D. Keesecker

    Josh Kellerman

    Cynthia G. Kelly

    Parrish Kelly

    LaShawn Keyser

    Andrew Klein

    Celia Knight

    Ruth Koenig

    Christina Koslow

    John M. Krafft

    Katie Krangel

    Karin Kunstler

    Folder 11: L

    Dan Labotz

    Enid LaGesse

    Lilia LaGesse

    Nicholas LaGesse

    Susan Laing

    Jennifer Lane

    Chamir Lawson

    Chris Lawson

    Christy Ledden

    Amy Ledges

    Willi Lempart

    Jennifer Leininger

    Laura Lepezyk

    Andrew Lewis

    Pamela D. Lewis

    Jerry Ligon- Presenter

    Caroline Lindsay

    Paul Lindsay

    Walter J. Lipnski

    Sally Lloyd

    Kara Love

    Lynette Luckers

    Emily Lynch

    Alice and Staughton Lynd- Presenter

    Folder 12: M

    Anne Mognan

    Michael J. Maloney

    Ann Maloney

    Linda Marchant

    Patricia Martinez

    Willie McCray

    Chuck McDew- Presenter

    Lolita M. McDavid, MD

    Raquel Lee and Brian McElwein

    Kevin McFillen

    Lauren McGookey

    David McGrew

    Kathryn McGrew

    Cassandra McKay

    Bill and Barbara McKinstry

    Brian McKnight

    Susan E. McLauchlan

    Kathy McMahon-Klostarman

    Mark L. McPhail

    James Michael McWeeney II

    Andrew Metaler

    Sarah and Jim Michael

    Sheila Michaels

    Elaine Miller

    Mike Miller

    Patti Miller

    Karen Mitchell

    Eric Moe

    Oliver Mogga

    Kyle Mohr

    Alison Momeyer

    Rick Momeyer- Comm

    Sue Momeyer

    Rashell Monet

    Michael Francis Montgomery

    Marcia Moore

    Leslie K. Morrow- Staff

    Philip and Mary Morsberger

    Colin Mortor

    Janet Moses- Presenter

    Robert Moses- Presenter

    Bethany Mould

    Linda Musmeci Kimball and Jeffrey Kimball

    Mark Paul Mussman

    Folder 13: N

    Donald N. Nelson

    Lois Nelson

    William H. Newell

    Charles Niles and Emily Langdon

    Thomas Nikuwinde

    Eric Nordmeyer

    Folder 14: O

    Shawn Oates

    Frances O’Brien

    Jael Ojwaya

    Dan Olson

    John O’Neal- Presenter

    Anna Osborne

    Ted Ownby- Presenter

    Folder 15: P Q

    Liz Palm

    Darryl Parker

    Carce Parrish

    Kanta Patel

    Susan Paulson

    Steven R. Pauna

    Annie Perry

    Carla Pestana

    Selena Peterson-Reesecker

    Corey Pfeifer

    Carolyn Platt

    Tom Poetter

    H. Davida Popik

    Ellen Price

    Joann Quinones

    Folder 16: R

    Deborah Rand

    Herbert E. Randall

    Chad Rea

    Brian Reardon

    Chris Reed

    Richard Rees

    Andrew Rennels

    Matt Rennels

    Cynthia Ris

    Brandon Roane

    Peter M. Robinson

    Andrew Rothmeeler

    Kate Rousmaniere

    Thomas W. Russell

    Folder 17: S

    Dianne Sadoff

    Whitney Sage

    Mendy and Nancy Samstein- Presenter

    Nancy Schieffelin

    Rob Schorman

    Charles Schott

    Debra Schulty- Presenter

    Vanessa K. Schutz

    Karen Schwab

    Katharine Schweitzer

    Elizabeth Scott

    Jessica Seeberger

    Judith A. Sessions

    Peggy Shaffen

    Jene Shaw

    Terri Shaw

    David Sheehan

    Charles D. Shepley

    Allison Siehnel

    Kate Silver

    Zoharah Simmons- Presenter

    Dan and Rhonda Smith

    Stephanie Smoot

    Donna Smith

    Dr. John A. Smith

    Karen M. Smith

    Nancy Smith-Huerta and Alfred Huerta

    Linn Song

    Amy Sprong

    John Steel- Presenter

    Katie Stevenson

    Nick Simion

    Craig Stoffreyres

    Jane Strippel- Comm

    Patricia Sullivan- Presenter

    Steve Sunderland

    Folder 18: T

    Juanita S. Tate

    Dana Thacker

    Erica Thomas- Volunteer

    Rebecca J. Timmins

    Roy B. Torkington

    Nicole Touma

    Brad Trimble

    David Trimble

    Folder 19: U V

    Kim Underwood

    Mary Vadakkan

    Ben Valenthe

    Irad Vanterpool

    Lise Vogel

    Kate Volkman- Documentary

    Megan VonBenllen

    Folder 20: W

    Janae Walker

    Pamela J. Walker

    Sam Walker

    Jerrell Ward

    Roy Ward

    Hollis Watkins

    Charles H. Watson

    Ann Wengler

    Karen S. White

    Brandy Willoughby

    Kerry Winfrey

    Allan M. Winkler

    Folder 21: X Y Z

    Gerald S. Yearwood

    Frances Yates

    Luise York

    Cheryl Young- Committee

    Imiola Young

    Shannon Young

    Terran Young

    Yue Ziming

  • Box 28- Registration

    Box 28 (Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary Conference Registration)

    Folder 1: FS Conference- Students w/ meal plans

    Spreadsheet listing students with meal plans and the cost of meals

    Freedom Summer National Conference Registration forms for:

    Robby Alexander

    Chunyang Duan

    Austin Dubus

    Folder 2: Refunds

    Paid items report - Alumni Events

    Transaction Summaries (four) of people who received a refund

    Folder 3: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: A

    Elisa Abes

    Eliza Abraham

    Stephanie Sweet Aerni

    Fauzia Ahmed

    Dr. Helaine Alessio

    Christene Alfonsi

    Allegheny College (Taylor Shaw, Sydney Fernandez, Angela Maureni, Maya Jones, Jen Glen, Haley Riley, Emily Overheim, Brittany Griffith, Julian Henderson, Danielle Flexer, Ande Diaz, Armenta Hinton, Brian Harward, Frank Forts, John Christie-Searles, Kazi Joshua, Rachel Weir)

    Brenda Allen

    Chude Allen

    Lisa Anderson Todd

    Emily Archer

    Ann Elizabeth Armstrong

    Gina Asalon

    Annie Pearl Avery

    Ciana Ayenu

    John Abadir

    Eliza Abraham

    Kathleen Altice

    Caroline Arnos

    Folder 4: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: B

    Patricia Bailey

    Debbie Baker

    Michael Ball

    Nani Ball

    Robyn Bancroft

    John and Marilyn Barnhart

    Sean Barron

    Dani Barto

    Pat Baugher

    Debra Bazarsky

    Makkah Beasley

    Erin Belanger

    Barbara Bell

    Thelia Bennett

    Mary Jane Berman

    Lee Blackburn

    Randy Blackford (Stapled to Makela Hayford, Destinee Henton, Naomi Sigg, and Andrew Torres)

    Alex Block

    Sherrie Bluester

    Nelly Bly Cogan

    Cheri Gaddis

    Nancy B. Bolen

    Mary Ben Bonham

    Treva Hursh Boardman

    Heather Booth

    Linda and Mel Borton

    Catherine Bowers

    Kate Bercaw Bowers

    Karen Carroll Brentley

    Corrine Brown

    Debra Brown

    Robert D. Brown, Jr.

    Katherine Bruce

    Patricia Bruns

    Colleen Haggarty Bunn

    Sara Butler

    Isabella Bacidore

    Charles Baker

    Emily Baker

    Michaela Marsha Baker

    Katie Barnes

    Monika Barrett

    Nicki Barrett

    Jim Bennett

    Grace Berger

    Carly Bieler

    Alexander Block

    Anabel Brighton

    Gilberto Brito

    Ellie Broaddus

    Matthew Browne

    Amanda Lee Bruno

    Hoa Bui

    Destiney Burdette

    Ashae Burgess

    Abigail Burke

    Bethany Burks

    Folder 5: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: C

    Timothy M. Cameron

    Angela Cannavo

    Mark Cannon

    Andre Canty

    Mary Frances Cappiello

    Jenny Carson

    Barbara Caruso

    Darice Chapel

    Corinne Chapman

    Meng Xi Chen

    Wentie Chen

    Greg Cherry

    Livia Jean Clark

    Amanda Clawson

    Charles Cobb

    Gabriela Coelho

    Carole Colca

    Louis Colca

    Cynthia Collins

    Larry Collins

    Roland Sintos Coloma

    Kathy Conkwright

    Jerome Conley

    Angie Cook

    Jonathan D. Cooper

    Mila Cooper

    Richard Cooper

    Ashley Cornett

    Marianne Cotugno

    Barbara Stephens Cox

    Chris Cox

    James C. Cundiff

    Gregory Czernik

    Marsha Carney

    Ariana Carver

    Claire CasaSanta

    Alex Catanese

    Corinne Chapman

    Amanda Cheek

    Cris Cheek

    Wei Chen

    Andrea Christman

    Brandon Clark

    Caitlin E. Coles

    Jaime Coaker

    Demetrius Coleman

    Samantha Coman

    Virginia Conrad

    Daniel Crawford

    Charles Cucco

    Elena Cummings

    Veronica Coyne

    Megan Craft

    Matt Cucciarre Gregory Czernik

    Folder 6: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: D

    Jacqueline Dale

    Peter Dahoda

    Don Daiker

    Beatriz S. D’Ambrosio

    Prudence Dana

    Richard Daniels

    Dorothy Darden

    David Davidson

    Allie Davis

    Jennifer Oldfield Davis

    Maya De Gennaro

    Liliana Delman

    Steven M. and Karen Delue

    Lily Ann DeMar

    Timothy Derickson

    Bob DeSchutter

    Madelyn Detloff

    Dorothy Dewberry Aldridge

    Karen DeWitt

    Andy Dickson

    Jill Dickerson

    Sherry Dillon

    Hazel Drew

    Roland Duerksen

    Chuck and Connie Duersch

    Sean Duffy

    Ann Dunlevy

    Janis Dutton

    Thomas A. Dutton

    Karly Danos

    Colin Dewire

    Margaret Dotts

    Holly Downer

    Maureen Duncan

    Alex Dunlap

    Folder 7: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: E

    Ali Edmonds

    Lucas Elfreich

    Curtis Ellison

    Valerie Elliot

    Rev. D. Erik

    Virginia Engwall

    Geovanny Esquivel

    Gwendolyn Etter-Lewis

    Anthony Evans

    Mary Evans

    Michael Evans

    George Eidson

    Justin Ellman

    Cameron Engel

    Kelsey Erler

    Kaitlynn Espeleta

    Danielle Eynon Black

    Folder 8: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: F

    Dorothy Falke

    Lesha Farias

    Leonard Fecko

    Alicia Ferguson

    Celena Fields

    Ruth Fisk

    Kathleen Fox

    John Frazier

    Nishani Frazier

    Monique Frost

    Jane S. Fryman

    Ann Fuehrer

    Kyle Fuller

    Alexandra Fair

    Eliza Farha

    Patrick Fayen

    Sophia Fedeli

    Katherine Ferry

    Jacob Fleming

    Rudy Forte

    Colton Fortner

    Andrew Fosina

    Jennifer Franer

    Ann Marie Freeman

    Rebecca Frost

    Folder 9: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: G

    Cheri Gaddis

    Sue Gambrell

    James Gannon

    Yvania Garcia

    Chantel Gates

    Zachary Gaul

    Katie Gibson

    Mark T. Gilmore

    Penny L. Gnivecki

    Jane Goettsch

    Davaughn Golden

    Adam Goodreau

    David Gorchov

    Carolyn E. Gordon, Ph.D.

    Stephen Gordon

    William Gracie

    Ellen Granberg

    Jessica Greene

    Rita Greene

    Jan Griesinger

    Lisa Guliano

    Deb Gulley

    Lauren Gjessing

    Mayra Garces

    Matthew Gauthier

    Olivia Gautier

    Tori Gegel

    Hailey Gilman

    Alexis Godshall

    Hillel Gray

    James Gross

    Garrett Gust

    Folder 10: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: H

    Michael Haddad

    Jon Hale

    Sarah Hamilton

    Langford (Lanny) Hargraves

    James A. Harris

    La Ques Hamoon

    Robert Hart

    Arianne Hartsell-Gundy

    Jeffrey Hartsell-Gundy

    Nancy Hawthorne and Susan Guidi

    John W. Hayden

    Deborah C. Heard

    Rev. Judy Dudman Henderson

    Carol and Richard Hennessey

    Susan E. Henninger

    David Hodge

    Valerie Hodge

    Eric Hodgson

    Nanja Hofmann

    Catherine Hollins

    John Holt

    Lynette Hudiburgh

    Deloris Rome Hudson

    Pepsi Hunter

    Anne Hutchinson

    Margaret Hutchinson

    Carly Hamilton

    Emily Hanhart

    Erik Hansen

    Hailey Harmon

    Olivia Harrison

    Emma Hauer

    Mary Haupt

    Jessica Heis

    Kevin Heisser

    Mike Hurtudo

    Folder 11: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: I J

    Debbie Jackson

    Debora Jackson

    Fran Jackson

    Johnnie L. Jackson

    Rhonda Jackson

    W. Sheerman Jackson

    Jane Jordan Jaeger

    Casie Jameson

    Erin Jamieson

    Susie Jans-Thomas

    Gary Janssen

    Zachary Jehle

    Margaret Jendrek

    Timothy Jenkins

    Cheryl Johnson

    Howard M. Johnson

    Jacky Johnson

    Karen Johnson

    Devante Johnson

    Robert Johnson

    Sharon Jones

    Frank Jordan

    Elisabeth Jang

    Rebecca Jennison

    Ashley Cartell Johnson

    Caitlin Johnson

    Taylor Johnson

    Folder 12: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: K

    Shamika Johnson Karikari

    James Kates

    Lisa Wernert Keen

    Joseph D. Keesecker

    Parrish Kelley

    Molly Kelly-Elliott

    Tammy Kernodle

    Jim Killy

    Suzanne Restivo Killy

    Clifton R. Kilpatrick

    Linda Musmeci Kimball

    Jack M. Kinney

    Jennifer Kinney

    Kayla Kirk

    Jennifer Kisamore

    Miyuki Kita

    Kathleen Knight-Abowitz

    Darla Knox

    Peter Knox

    Ruth Koenig

    Dana Kuehn

    Dani Kautman

    Lindsay Kazer

    Carrie Kienlen

    Cole Kinna

    Molly Kirkham

    Annie Kister

    Mfundisi Kitchen

    Alyssa Koler

    Emma Kruse

    Kaylie Kueppers

    Folder 13: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: L

    Dorie Ladner

    Linda Lander

    Tracy Lautzeuheiser

    Jared Leighton

    Joe Leonard

    Mark Levy

    Danielle Linowes

    Zachary Lodgaard

    Joe Logan

    Laurel Lovely

    Marilyn Lowen

    Diane Sutherland Luezay

    Abigail Luther

    Alice, Mark, Felicia, and Stauston

    Marissa Lane

    Josh Cansky

    Caitlin Lamb

    Madeleine LaPlante-Dube

    Maria Latta

    Maddie Lazarski

    Henry Leaman

    Eric Lee

    Nick Leforce

    Carly Lefton

    Randi Levitt

    Nan Li

    Audrey Lindeman

    Camryn Longworth Laura M. Louden

    Abigail Lower

    Huaibo Luo

    Samantha Lutch

    Folder 14: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: M

    Judy Macke

    Janet Mallen

    Robert Manhardt

    James P. Marshall

    Debbie Mason

    Rosalind Mason

    Loren May

    Gregory L. McBee

    Lee McEwan

    Kevin McGruder

    Kathy McMahon-Klosterman

    Leslie Haxby McNeill

    Jo McQueen

    Priscilla Mead

    Barbara Johnson Mecklenborg

    Kim Medley

    Joe Melenick

    Matt Metzler

    Suzanne Meyers

    Bessie Suel Miller

    Doug Miller

    Janet and Jane Miller

    Marcy Miller

    Ron and Bonnie Miller

    Sibyl A. Miller

    William R. Miller III

    William R. Miller, Jr.

    William R. Miller, Sr.

    Robert L. Mohl

    Rick Momeyer

    Sue Momeyer

    Amy Miller Moore

    Leah Moore

    Pek Moore

    Terence Moore

    Mary M. Morgan

    Philip Morsberger

    Kyle Mortimer

    Susan Mosley-Howard

    John F. Moul

    Matthew Mowery

    Liz Mullenix

    Catherine Murphy

    Kelly Murphy

    Paul Murray

    Glenn Muschert

    Maiya Madison

    Alexa Malasavage

    Nathan Mandrell

    Robert Marks

    Sadie Martinez

    Samantha Mason

    Erin McClintock

    Heather Mccolly

    Cortland McCullers

    Timothy Padriag Mersch

    Thomas Meyer

    Joseph Miller

    Christopher Mitchell

    Joia Mitchell-Holman

    Thomas Mojica

    Richard Monihan

    Meghan Morris

    Joshua Morrow

    Folder 15: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: N

    Nirmala Naresh

    Jennifer Natale

    Susan and Jim Naus

    Charles D. Neblett

    Kamero Neblett

    Khary Neblett

    Kwesz Neblett

    Marvinia Neblett

    Lois E. Nelson

    Kathryn Neville

    Patricia Gallagher Newberry

    Ivan Ninenko

    Tabitha Nolan

    Nirmala Naresh

    Amy Natoce

    Trevor Ngorosha

    Carrie Nietfeld

  • Box 29- Registration

    Box 29

    Folder 1: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: O

    H. Richard Obermanns

    Karen O’Hara

    Barbara D. Oldham

    Jordan Olson

    Adam W. O’Neal

    Eric O’Neil

    Larry R. Orcutt

    Marsha Orcutt

    Maya Owens

    Kayla Orta

    Danielle Owens

    Folder 2: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: P Q

    Cynthia Palmer

    Keith D. Parker

    Mark A. Peterson

    Stacey Peterson

    Hannah Pfeifer

    Rachel Phillips

    Sondra Pierson

    Lesley Pinckney and Tiffany Miller

    Gavin Pond

    Lauren Posey

    Rachel Poyfair

    Jenny Presnell

    Rev. Elmon and Wilhelmina Prier

    Richard Quantz

    Rebecca B. Quay

    Stephen Quaye

    Brian Park

    Lori Parks

    Spencer Pate

    Kayla Patterson

    Max Paynter

    Elizabeth Penman

    Edward Pereira

    Katherine Pflueger

    Alex Prudhomne

    Folder 3: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: R

    Herbert Randall

    Brian Reed Kroger

    Leah and Joseph Beibel

    Brian Revalee

    Lillian F. Reynolds

    Mackenzie Becker Rice

    Tana Maddocks Richards

    Jacqueline Velorde

    Amber Roberts

    Amy Roberts

    Wallace Roberts

    Dashanyua Robinson

    Elizabeth Rogers

    Helen Rogers

    Ann Rooney

    Sonseeahray Ross

    Kate Rousmaniere

    Loretta Ryder

    Rachel Radina

    Megan Ramey

    Rachel Reeves

    Max Rennillo

    Nick Riccolo

    Natalie Roberts

    Corey Rogers

    Natalie Rothenbuecher

    Abigail Russ

    Caroline Ruwe

    Folder 4: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: S

    Hanan H. Sabea

    Lexi Sabo

    Dr. Margaret T. Sacco

    Joan Sadoff

    Robert L. Sadoff MD

    Steven Sajkich

    Toni Saldivar

    Tyraan Sales

    Joe Sampson

    Ivan and Shawn Samstein

    Nancy Samstein

    Gabriella Sanchez

    Scott Sander

    Andrew Saultz

    John Schaefer

    Zacb Scheid

    Susan Scherer

    Monica Schneider

    Steven Schoenbaechler

    Rob Schorman

    Joseph Schroer

    Tammy Schwanr

    Kendall Schwille

    Deborah Scott

    Ronald Scott

    Amanda Seifert

    Beth Seither

    Jason E. Shaiman

    Mahauganee Shaw

    John Shetterly

    Hellen Shenmaker

    Darryl Shirley

    Samantha Silber

    Brad Simcock

    Gwendolyn (Zoharah) Simmons Ph.D.

    Leah Simon

    Amber Simpson

    Billie Wyatt Sirn

    Paula S. Smith

    Toni Shorter Smith

    Kelly Sosa

    Edna Carter Southard

    Sally Southard

    Terri Spahr Nelson

    Lynn Stahr

    Sylvia Stanfield

    Lucas Stapleton

    Janet D. Stephens

    Priscilla Strand Berry

    David Strawsbough

    Jane Strippel

    Kathlyn Studley

    Aramis Sundiata

    Brian Swann

    Daniel Szuhay

    Janice Szuhay

    Paula Saine

    Mekenna Sandstrom

    Modinat Sanni

    Angela Sargent

    Will Schmidt

    Allison Schneider

    Jacob Schneider

    Abbie Schultheis

    Jasmine Scott

    Natasha Segarra

    Hannah Seitz

    Lindsey Sewall

    Joey Shapiro

    Morgan Shiveley

    Megan Shroder

    Alexandra Shultz

    Devon Shuman

    Sirithorn Siriwan

    Eric Sjodin

    Amanda Smith

    Callie Smith

    Laura Smith

    Maxwell Smith

    Brian Sovacool

    Sabrina Stanforth

    Emily Starr

    Lindsey States

    Jessica Stent

    Marta Stewart

    Kelly Stincer

    David Streby

    Amelia Strickler

    Erika Strong

    Folder 5: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: T

    Juanita Tate

    Courtney J. Taylor

    Mathew Teschner

    Jennifer Thach

    Patrick M. Thomas

    Randi Malcolm Thomas

    Peter Thorsett

    Mary Beth Tinker

    Alice Todd

    Richard Tolliver

    Judith Trent

    Ricardo Trevino

    Abby L. Troesch

    Karen Haberman Trusty

    Xintian Tu

    Keith Tuma

    Caitlyn Turner

    Elias Tzoc

    Michael Taggart

    Nicole Talebi

    Katherine Tank

    Courtney Taylor

    Jade Taylor

    Sarah Thompson

    Vanessa Thornton

    Karen Haberman Trusty

    Karl Turnlund

    Cole Tyman

    Folder 6: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: U V

    Valerie A. Ubbes

    Mike Underhill

    Patricia Vail

    Cortlynn Van Benschoten

    Walt Vanderbush

    Jenna Varner

    Engrid Emerson Vaughn

    Ali Vincent

    Ben Voth

    Michael Udell

    Jen Van Ewyk

    Emily Vecchioni

    Ali Vincent

    Folder 7: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: W

    Judy Waldron

    David J. Walsh

    Elizabeth Walsh

    Amanda Watson

    Monica Ways

    Mark W. Weber

    Lisa Weems

    Dina Weinstein

    Anne Weissenborn

    Karen Wells

    Penelope W. Wells

    Ann K. Wengler

    Anne Wheeler

    Rachael White

    Kathleen Wickham

    Bob Wicks

    Shanice Wiechman

    Jay Wiener

    Lagens Wilkins

    Linda Williams

    Tyra Williams and Shawn Grimes

    Vernon Williams

    Pheetta Wilkinson and Rodney Jackson

    Allan M. Winkler

    Roger Wise

    Mary Kaye Wolke

    Jocelyn Woodson-Reed

    Chanel Wright

    Mindy Wu

    Adam Wakefield

    Emma Wallace

    Rebecca Wallace

    Michael Walsh

    Taylor Walsh

    Bonnie Walter

    Yue Wang

    I-Chun Wen

    Sara Wenger

    Connor Wilkinson

    Mary Williams

    Megan Willis

    Vanessa Winn

    Jane Winsett

    Olivia Wolber

    Skya Wright

    Folder 8: Transaction Summaries/registrations forms: X Y Z

    Jennifer Pearson Yamashiro

    Cheryl Denise Young

    Elizabeth Zimmerman

    Johnny Yahl

    Jennifer Yambor

    Ying Yang

    Kaitlin Zehler

    Christine Zessin

    Abdulrahman Zubair

  • Box 30

    Box 30

    Folder 1:

    Walk With Me Tour Pamphlets (Freedom Libraries, Mississippi Summer Project 1964)

    Folder 2:

    Walk With Me Tour App Info.

    Folder 3: Freedom School Poetry

    Photocopies of Freedom School poetry book, owned by Larry Martin (five copies)

  • Box 31

    Box 31: Freedom Summer 50th Conference/ 2014

    Folder 1: Freedom Summer Tickets

    Ticket to lunch with Keith Beauchamp Ticket to lunch with Chude Allen Ticket to dinner with Cleveland Sellers

    Folder 2: Freedom Summer Performing Arts Series

    Programs for the Miami University Performing Arts series 2014-2015: Meditations On Freedom Summer

    Folder 3: Freedom Summer Magazine

    Magazine given to conference attendees including the itinerary for the weekend

    Folder 4: Freedom Summer Libraries

    Freedom Libraries: Mississippi Summer Project 1964

    Folder 5: Freedom Summer: The Andrew Goodman Foundation

    The Andrew Goodman Foundation pamphlet

    Folder 6: Freedom Summer interactive app

    Flier advertising an interactive app about Freedom Summer

    Folder 7: Freedom Summer Booklet

    Booklet containing a description and itinerary of the conference

    Folder 8: Freedom Summer “Take back Democracy Oxford”

    Pamphlet against corporate personhood

    Folder 9:

    Pamphlet advertising “Interesting things to do and places to go while you are here attending the conference”

    Folder 10: Syracuse Cultural Workers Magazine

    Fall 2014 issue of Syracuse Cultural Workers Magazine

    Folder 11: Freedom Summer Interactive Tour Flier

    Flier advertising “Walk with me: Freedom Summer Interactive History Tours”

    Folder 12: Civil Rights Movement Order Form

    Order form for objects relating to the civil rights movement (calendars, postcards, etc.)

    Folder 13: The Miami Student

    “Former Professor Shares Civil Rights Story” by Rick Momeyer, The Miami Student, September 12, 2014

  • Box 32- Exhibit

    Box 32: Freedom Summer 40th Conference: Exhibits

    Folder 1: Freedom Summer Exhibit File 1

    Information about the conviction of Edgar Ray Killen (two pages)

    Edgar Ray Killen’s 1964 mugshot and photo taken of him at his 2005 trial for manslaughter

    Quotes about Edgar Ray Killen’s sentence

    Photo of a man reclining (Sheriff Lawrence Rainey?)

    Quotes encouraging the Neshoba County jury to deliver justice to Edgar Ray Killen

    Quotes stating different opinions of the trial

    Results of the trials against the 18 men suspected of murdering Goodman, Chaney, and

    Schwerner and quote from one of the accused

    Quote from the defence attorney at the 1967 trial

    Folder 2: Freedom Summer Exhibit File 2

    Photo of three men walking through a field

    Newspaper article titled “Experts Identify Mississippi Bodies as Rights Aides” (Body of article missing)

    Photo of a man standing in front of a wrecked vehicle

    Photo of Cecil Price

    Headline stating “3 In Rights Drive Reported Missing”

    Headline stating “Tip leads to auto, Wreckage Raises NEw Fears Over Fate of the Missing Men”

    Quote from Rita Schwerner, wife of Mickey Schwerner

    Photo

    Paper briefly describing what happened in Oxford when the three went missing in Mississippi

    Brief biography of Andrew Goodman

    Paper about the national effects of the three disappearances

    Brief biography about James Chaney

    Photo of James Chaney

    Photo of Andrew Goodman

    Brief biography of Mickey Schwerner

    Photo of Mickey Schwerner

    Photo of the mothers of the three dead civil rights workers

    Headline stating “Graves at a Dam, Discovery Is Made in New Earth Mound in Mississippi”

    Photo of Andrew Goodman’s parents

    Folder 3: Freedom Summer Exhibit File 3

    Sign meant to go with a map

    LIst of events related to Freedom Summer that Miami has hosted since 2004

    Poem titled “Fight on Little Children” by Edith Moore

    Poem titled “What Does Freedom Mean?” by Madeline McHugh

    Poem titled “The Voice of Freedom” by Robert Lee

    Poem titled “I am a Negro” by Rosalyn Waterhouse

    Poem titled “Mine” by Alice Jackson

    Poem titled “A Leader” by Roosevelt Redmond

    Folder 4: Freedom Summer Exhibit File 4

    Information about Louis Allen’s murder

    Information about Medgar Evers and his murder

    Information about Fannie Lou Hamer

    Information about the Freedom Summer Project

    Information about the Freedom Vote Campaign

    Explanation for bringing college students to Mississippi

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a woman walking across the street

    Quote from the NAACP Brochure

    Photo of boys working in a yard

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a woman working behind a house

    Photo by Herbert Randall of men walking down a sidewalk

    Quote describing the state of black voters in Mississippi in 1964

    Quote from Bob Moses

    Photo of a small boy walking toward his mother

    Quote about how Moses planned to fix the inequality in Mississippi

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a small boy playing in the dirt while his father watches

    Facts about Mississippi in 1964

    Sign stating “If SNCC could break the back of Mississippi, they could break the back of the whole country”

    Information giving the reason that SNCC picked Mississippi as its main target

    Photo by Herbert Randall of two girls standing by a bicycle

    Quotes from men in Mississippi that show their dedication to segregation

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a mother sweeping the floor while her two boys stand behind her

    Photo by Herbert Randall of two boys and a man in a church parking lot

    Photo of a person walking down the sidewalk

    Sign stating “The names of people who attempted to vote were placed in the newspaper. Often, these individuals lost their jobs.”

    Sign for “A Journey for Freedom: Remembering the Mississippi Summer Project”

    Not in a folder:

    1964 Platform of the Mississippi Freedom School Convention

    Photo of two men shaking hands in front of the Freedom Summer Memorial at Miami

    Photo of man sitting at a candlelight service held at the Freedom Summer Memorial at Miami

    Photo of three men talking at the conference

    Photo of a man sitting on a porch swing holding a large book

    Photo of three people performing on stage

    Photo of a group of people

    Photo of a John O’Neal

    Photo of a person sitting on a bench

    Photo of Martin Luther King Jr. and others

    Logo for Citizens’ Councils

    Sign titled “Victims of Mississippi”

    Photo of a man giving a speech

    Sign about the murder of Lamar Smith

    Sign about the murder of Rev. George Lee

    Sign titled “Faces of Evil”

    Sign about the murder of Medgar Evers

  • Box 33- Exhibit

    Box 33: Freedom Summer 40th Conference: Exhibits

    Sign about the murder of Emmett Louis Till

    Sign about the murder of Mack Charles Parker

    Sign about the murder of Herbert Lee

    Sign about the murder of Paul Guihard

    Sign about the murder of Cpl. Roman Ducksworth Jr.

    Sign about the murder of Charles Eddie Moore

    Sign about the murder of Louis Allen

    Sign about the murder of Henry Hezekiah Dee

    Photo of a group of Klansmen burning crosses

    Photo of a man who had been hanged

    Photo of law enforcement officers

    Brief biography of Theodore Bilbo

    Sign explaining the effects of Brown v. Topeka Board of Education

    Sign titled “Senator Theodore Bilbo reelected”

    Sign titled “Supreme Court outlaws the white primary”

    Sign titled “Herbert Lee is murdered by a member of the Mississippi state legislature”

    Sign titled “Emmett Till is abducted, beaten and murdered”

    Sign titled “White Citizens’ Council”

    Sign titled “James Meredith enrolls at Ole Miss”

    Brief biography of James Meredith

    Small labels reading “Strange Fruit” and “Ku Klux Klan”

  • Box 34- Exhibit

    Box 34: Freedom Summer 40th conference: Exhibits

    The small labels found on the right side of the container are captions to photos and quotes from Freedom Summer volunteers

    Photo of a young woman

    “Remembering: Voices of Freedom Summer” sign

    Photocopy of the cover of “Mississippi Harmony, Memoirs of a Freedom Fighter” by Winson Hudson and Constance Curry

    Photocopy of the cover of “Local People, The Struggle for Civil Rights in Mississippi” by John Dittmer

    Photocopy of the cover of “Freedom Song, A Personal Story of the 1960s Civil Rights Movement” by Mary King

    Photocopy of the cover of “In Struggle, SNCC and the Black Awakening of the 1960s” by Clayborne Carson

    Photocopy of the cover of “Freedom Summer” by Sally Belfrage

    Photocopy of the cover of “I’ve Got the Light of Freedom, The Organizing Tradition and the Mississippi Freedom Struggle” by Charles M. Payne

    Photocopy of the cover of “Walking with the Wind, A Memoir of the Movement” by John Lewis

    Sign labeled “Reflect/React”

    Sign inviting personal responses to the exhibit

    Sign inviting participants to listen to a conversation between Lyndon B. Johnson and J. Edgar Hoover

    Quote about the play “In White America”

    Photo caption

    Information about Flonzie Brown-Wright

    Information about John Steele

    Quote about the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party

  • Box 35- Exhibit

    Box 35: Freedom Summer 40th Conference: Exhibits

    Photo of a person speaking to a group

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a girl writing

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a group of boys on a porch

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a boy painting the ceiling

    Photo of a sign advertising the play “In White America”

    Photocopy of a book cover “Freedom Is A Constant Struggle, An Anthology of the Mississippi Civil

    Rights Movement edited by Susie Erenrich

    Sign about the services at the memorial and the interfaith service

    Photo caption (students near MFDP signs)

    Photocopy of a book cover “The Children Bob Moses Led, A Novel of Freedom Summer” by William Heath

    Photocopy of a book cover “”Mississippi Freedom Summer” by John F. McClymer

    Photocopy of a book cover “Radical Equations, Civil Rights from Mississippi to the Algebra Project” by Robert P. Moses and Charles E. Cobb, Jr.

    Quote about registering people to vote

    Quote about a girl who tried to register to vote repeatedly

    A digitized letter to “Mom and Dad” from Holly Springs

    Photo of a man speaking to a group at the memorial service

    Photo of a man sitting with his eyes closed as the rest of the group pays attention to an unseen speaker at the memorial service

    Photo of a woman speaking to a group at the memorial service

    Photo of a man speaking at the memorial service

    Photo of a woman laughing at the memorial service

    Photo of a woman speaking to a group at the memorial in front of Kumler Chapel

    Photo of a man speaking from a podium

  • Box 36- Exhibit

    Box 36: Freedom Summer 40th Conference: Exhibits

    Items with black foam board backing:

    Information about Freedom Summer Schools, MFDP, and voter registration

    Sign encouraging attendees to listen to the words of Freedom Summer participants

    Caption to a photo of three men just before beginning a morning of canvassing

    Propaganda warning against equality

    Information about the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)

    Interactive question (When do you think the Civil Rights Movement began? Why this date, event?)

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a girl at a picnic

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a group of girls by a MFDP sign

    Photo of three kids in a Freedom School

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a teacher and her students on the steps of a building

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a boy writing

    Poem titled “Strange Fruit” by Abel Meeropol (aka Lewis Allan)

    Photo of a group of young men

    Quote from a volunteer about educating the students in whatever they want to learn

    Sign marking the beginning of the exhibit

    Abbreviation translation sign

    “Vote Here” sign

    Photo of a presentation

    Photo by Herbert Randall of a woman filling out paperwork

    Photo of a man being dragged through the grass

    Quote from Bob Zellner reminding people that nonviolence should be used

    Other items:

    Interactive question (When do you think the social movement began? How?

    Quote from Vincent and Rosemarie Harding regarding Freedom Summer

    Sign meant to put attendees in the setting appropriate for Freedom Summer 1964

    “In 1964” sign

    Interactive question (Are you willing? Are you ready to go?)

    Quote from Arthur Miller about the treatment of African Americans in the North and South

    Quote from Annie Devine telling her fear of the civil rights movement

    Quote from James about the fame of volunteers

    Sign giving the opportunity for discussion of the play on an online platform

    Copy of a poll tax form

    Copy of an application for registration to vote

    Picture of a sign encouraging African Americans to register to vote

    “Black is not a vice “nor” is segregation a virtue” sign

    SNCC “advertisement”

    Sign explaining the purpose of the Freedom Summer Project

    Quote from a Freedom Summer Volunteer describing Bob Moses’ talk with them after the three volunteers disappeared

    “In 1964” sign (Two copies)

    Itinerary for the original Freedom Summer volunteers

    Picture of two people standing under a Western College sign

    Interactive question (Will you go Down in Mississippi?)

    Information about the background of the SNCC

    “In 1964” sign (Two copies)

    Picture of a television with a hole cut out of the screen

    “Mississippi Freedom Ballot” flier

    “Vote here” sign (Two copies)

    Photo of three men

    Photo of a man speaking to a crowd

    Picture of a television with a hole cut out of the screen (Two copies)

    Poster advising people to pay their poll tax sponsored by the NAACP

    Poster encouraging African Americans to boycott businesses that deny them equality

    Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jo

    Quote from George Rush reminding people to stay ever vigilant for inequality

    Sign telling of the murder of Medgar Evers

    A Freedom Summer volunteer, Mike, tells of some of the safety precautions they were told to take

    Sign telling of some of the people who ran for public office

    Sign stating that it is voting time and the registration will finally show its true impact

    Interactive question (contains typo) (Will you help register local residents in Negro Communities, so that participate in the Freedom Vote?)

    “In 1964” sign

    Freedom Vote advertisement

    Photo of two men hold signs that advertise the Freedom Vote

    SNCC Freedom Singers poster

    The Negro Students’ Code

    “Vote Here” sign (Two copies)

    Photo of a group of children in seats while a man sits in the front and talks

    “I didn’t know colored people could vote.” SNCC fundraising ad

    Poem by Freedom School pupil Joyce Brown

    Letter addressed to President Lyndon B. Johnson containing a Freedom School student-written newspaper from a freedom school teacher

    Reminder to pick up a Down in Mississippi ID card

    Final: Expanded Interactive Class Presentation Outline

    Small print of a poster encouraging African Americans to boycott businesses that deny them equality

    Small print of a poster advising people to pay their poll tax sponsored by the NAACP

    Photo of two men (Two copies)

    List of three reasons for the development of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (Two copies)

    Copy of a poll tax form (Two copies)

    Advertisement for Aaron Henry for governor of Mississippi

    “Mississippi Freedom Ballot” flier

    Interactive question (Are you willing? Are you ready to go?)

    Quote about the (lack of) fame of Freedom Summer volunteers

    Quote from Annie Devine telling her fear of the civil rights movement

    Quote from Arthur Miller about the treatment of African Americans in the North and South

    Advertisement for Aaron Henry for senator

    Sign that gives attendees a feeling for the setting that they are “entering”

    “I didn’t know colored people could vote.” SNCC fundraising ad

    Article about the need to break down discrimination in Mississippi in order to eliminate it Nationwide (Two copies)

    Interactive question (Why Mississippi?)

    Photo of firefighters spraying citizens with firehoses

    Photo of three men

    Photo of a boy playing a guitar while others sit around and listen

    “I want you in the White Knights of Mississippi Ku Klux Klan” advertisement

    Letter addressed to Mrs. F. M. Stewart from A.V. Rankins advising that she stage a sit-in

    “Don’t be Brainwashed! We Don’t Have To Integrate Our Schools!” pamphlet

    The Negro Students’ Code to be used in “sit-in” protests

    “As a volunteer, you will learn non-violence techniques” sign

    Quote from Ellen, a Miami University Student

    Photo of young men laying down with their legs crossed with each other and covering their heads

    Photo of a young woman curled on the ground covering her head

    Photo of a man sitting on the floor writing

    Photo of a man speaking to a crowd

    Quote from Jim, a Freedom Summer Volunteer

    Quote from Jane, a Freedom Summer Volunteer

    Quote from Dave, a Freedom Summer Volunteer

    Sign advertising the Freedom Democratic Party

    Photo of a large group of people, all with arms over each other’s shoulders

    Photo of a man holding the hand of a woman as she leans out the window of a vehicle (Two copies)

    “We Shall Overcome” Freedom Singers advertisement (Two copies)

    “We Shall Overcome” lyrics compiled by Guy and Candie Carawan (two copies)

    Photo of a man playing a guitar while others socialize

    Quote from Mary King about Freedom Songs

    Freedom Songbook cover

    Photo of a man playing a guitar while others clap along

    Sign requesting that attendees join in the song

    Photo of a man speaking to a group

    Poem by a Freedom School pupil, Joyce Brown

    Letter addressed to President Lyndon B. Johnson containing a Freedom School student-written newspaper from a freedom school teacher (Two copies)

    Letter addressed to Mrs. F. M. Stewart from A.V. Rankins advising that she stage a sit-in

    Photo of firefighters spraying water on citizens with fire hoses

    List of important civil rights events that happened between the years 1909 and 1963 (Two copies, one in the form of a timeline)

    Large sign asking “Will you go down in Mississippi?”

  • Box 37- Exhibit

    Box 37: Freedom Summer 40th Conference: Exhibits

    Aaron Henry campaign signs

    Long road made out of pieces of black paper taped together

    Small yellow arrow

    Small caption, “James Foreman at training in Oxford”

    7 question test answer key (First question begins “The Constitution of the United States places..”)

    Sign titled “Resistance to Freedom Summer” that talks about the White Citizens Council

    Small sign explaining how the literacy test allowed for discrimination

    Sign titled “Tips for stopping potential black voters”

    Sign titled “The Freedom School Convention”

    Sign titled “Welcome to the Registration Office…”

    Photo of a young man walking down the street in June of 1964

    Photo of a young man putting an object into the trunk of a car

    Photo of a group of people standing by a sign that is nailed to a tree

    Photo of a group of people listening to a presentation

    Photo of a young man

    Quote from SNCC staff member James Foreman

    “I want you in the White Knights of Mississippi Ku Klux Klan” sign

    Photo of a group of young men

    Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jo

    Quote from Freedom Summer Volunteer Mike

    Notice sign from a registrar stating some of its policies that were meant to deter African Americans

    “For Food… For Freedom” sign sponsored by the SNCC

    “Come Let Us Build a New World Together” sign sponsored by the SNCC

    Photo of a young woman curled on the ground covering her head, probably to demonstrate a protective stance

    Photo of a line of people lying together with heads covered, probably another protection practice

    Photo of a large group of people

    “One Man One Vote” sign sponsored by the SNCC

    “Is he protecting you?” sign with a photo of a Mississippi highway patrol, sponsored by the SNCC

    “Now” sign sponsored by the SNCC

    Photo of a man playing the guitar while those around him sing along

    Photo of President Lyndon B. Johnson on the phone

  • Box 38- Exhibit

    Box 38: Freedom Summer 40th Conference: Exhibits

    Small caption “Fannie Lou Hamer at the 1964 Democratic National Convention”

    Short biography of Bob Moses

    Photo of a young man

    Photo of a woman

    Photo of a man speaking to a large crowd

    Photo of a man

    Photo of a woman speaking to someone who cannot be seen in the photo

    Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jane Adams

    Photo of a young man

    Photo of a group of young men standing together

    Quote from Miami University Student Ellen Barnes

    Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jim

    7 question test (First question begins “The Constitution of the United States places..”)

    Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Bill

    Thank you from the Freedom Summer Conference staff

    Photo of the Freedom Summer memorial and Kumler Chapel during autumn

    Photo of a group of people in a circle holding hands

    Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jane Adams

  • Box 39- Exhibit

    Box 39:

    Bob Moses Quote

    Bob Moses Poster

  • Box 40- Exhibit

    Box 40:

    Freedom Summer student art project

    Freedom Summer Timeline

    Bus Stop sign

    Photo of a dirt road

    “The Journey to Mississippi” sign

    “Why Mississippi?” sign

  • Box 41- Exhibit

    Box 41:

    Map showing the location of Freedom Summer Schools

  • Box 42- Exhibit

    Box 42:

    Map of Mississippi, Compiled in 1971, Edition of 1972

    1961 Freedom Riders Poster

  • Box 43- Large Exhibit

    Box 43:

    Poster board 1:

    Quote from Miami University student Ellen Barnes (Includes a verse of an unnamed song)

    Poster board 2: Welcomes attendees of the conference and brings back to Oxford 1964

    “Will you go down in Mississippi?” sign “Will you join with SNCC?” sign Sign announcing the start of a “program” that will become Freedom Summer Prospectus for the Mississippi Freedom Summer Sign announcing that SNCC will maintain a non-violence campaign Sign stating that volunteers will learn non-violence techniques “Thank you for being a Volunteer for Mississippi Freedom Summer” Sign Photo of two people standing beneath a sign for Wester College Sign giving the Volunteer training schedule Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Dave Photo of a young man sitting on the floor writing Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jane

    Poster board 3: Shows what volunteers were up against and gives information about MFDP

    Campaign sign for Aaron Henry Photo of Aaron Henry and Rev. Edward King? Sign talking about the political goals of the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project List of three reasons that underlie the development of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party “I didn’t know colored people could vote” donation advertisement “Why Mississippi?” sign with an explanation underneath “Missing” sign for Andrew Goodman, James Chaney, and Michael Schwerner Photo of a man Sign about the death of Medgar Evers and the accident with Ed King Photo of firemen using a firehose on civilians Photo of a man treating a head injury Photo of a police man grabbing a boy

    Poster board 4:

    Letter addressed to Mrs. F. M. Stewart from A.V. Rankins advising that she stage a sit-in “Don’t be Brainwashed! We Don’t Have To Integrate Our Schools!” pamphlet Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jo Quote from George Rush reminding people to stay ever vigilant for inequality Photo of three men about to go canvassing with an explanation Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Mike

    Poster board 5: Celebrating Music

    Two different photos of a man playing the guitar while others around him sing “We Shall Overcome” Freedom Singers advertisement “We Shall Overcome” lyrics compiled by Guy and Candie Carawan Quote from Mary King, author of “Freedom Song” Freedom Songbook “We Shall Overcome” cover

    Poster board 6: Focuses on volunteers before they have left Oxford

    Photo of a man speaking to a large group of people Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jim on the state of things in Oxford Photo of a man Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jane Quote from Miami University student Ellen Photo of a man holding the hand of a woman who is leaning out the window of a vehicle

    Poster board 7:

    Large photo of a man

    Poster board 8:

    Quote from George Rush reminding people to stay ever vigilant for inequality Photo of two people standing outside of an old house

    Poster board 9:

    Quote from Mary King, author on “Freedom Song” Photo of a boy with his bicycle

    Poster board 10:

    Quote from Annie Devine telling her fear of the civil rights movement Photo of children on a porch

    Poster board 11:

    Quote from Arthur Miller about the treatment of African Americans in the North and South Photo of a Mississippi Law Stop sign

    Poster board 12:

    Quote from Bob Moses about the attitudes between white and black volunteers

    Poster board 13:

    Quote from Freedom Summer volunteer Jane about the college volunteers in Oxford Quote from Miami University student Ellen Barnes about the typical day of a volunteer in Oxford

    Poster board 14:

    Quote from SNCC staff member Jimmy Travis

    Poster board 15:

    Quote from SNCC staff member Hollis Watkins

    Poster board 16:

    Photo of a man playing a guitar while the others around him clap along Photo of a woman speaking to a crowd at the Freedom Summer Memorial

    Poster board 17:

    “The War Within: Mississippi Freedom Summer 1964” sign

    Poster board 18:

    Quote from Miami University student Ellen Barnes

    Poster board 19:

    Quote from SNCC staff member Cleveland Sellers about the innocence of white volunteers

  • Box 44

    Box 44: Freedom Summer 45th Anniversary Conference

    Folder 1: Invitations

    Letter to Oxford community members inviting them to take part in the 50th Anniversary Freedom Summer conference, July 31, 2014

    Letter to Freedom Summer participants explaining why they should take part in the 50th Anniversary Freedom Summer conference

    Folder 2: NEH Revised Budget

    Papers and ideas to be discussed at an upcoming meeting, March, 2010

    Email from Deborah L. Mack concerning a 50th anniversary conference hosted by SNCC at Shaw University, March, 2010

    Summary of a meeting with exhibit consultant, March 1, 2010 (2 copies)

    NEH “Interpreting America’s Historic Places” Planning Grant audience research (transcript of an interview), January 29, 2010

    Email from Dr. Berman concerning things that need to be discussed at the next meeting, February 11, 2010

    Plans for Implementing Senate Resolutions on Course Approval and Assessment, February, 2010

    Copy of the article “On the Use of the Concept of Area Co-Tradition” from American Antiquity Vol. XIX, No. 3, January, 1954

    Copy of a page on Miami’s Freedom Summer Memorial from the book Civil Rights Memorials and the Geography of Memory by Owen J. Dwyer and Derek H. Alderman

    List of of the contact information of people affiliated with the Freedom Summer Conference

    Finding Freedom Summer Exhibit Planning Group: Revised Content Outline

    NEH Cost Share Expenses

    Floor plan that maps the flow of an exhibit (Two versions)

    Photo of a man

    Photos of uptown Oxford (11)

    Outline of an exhibit, May 3, 2010

    Outline for the NEH Co-Directors’ Meeting, April 29, 2010

    Suggested agenda for the April 29th meeting, 2010

    NEH Cost Share Expenses chart

    Chart of the costs to bring different honoraria to Oxford

    Suggested agenda for the April 23 NEH planning grant meeting, 2010 (two copies)

    Requirements for the Final Performance Report

    Annotated survey

    NEH Cost Sharing Expenses

    Email from Dr. Armstrong about meetings

    Section A-Year #1 budget

    NEH Cost Share Expenses

    Chart of the costs to bring different honoraria to Oxford

    NEH Grant Expenses- October 2009

    May Meeting Cost Projections

    NEH Planning Grant, Revised Budget Notes

    Freedom Summer Conference Support and Expenses Chart

    Folder 3:

    Freedom School Assignments (as of June 23)

    Queens College Alumni: Mississippi Freedom Summer ‘64 and other 1960s Civil Rights Activities--North and South

    “Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford, Ohio” NEH grant request

    Handwritten notes, February 10, 2010

    Folder 4: NEH Audience Research Student Affairs

    Audience Research: Future Programming and Goals for Institutionalizing Freedom Summer (2 copies)

    Notes: NEH Planning Focus Group Discussion with Student Affairs Staff, January 6, 2010

    Folder 4.2:

    Sketches of the proposed exhibit (7)

    Agenda for April 19, 2010

    Packet about an online interactive game about Freedom Summer (“Freedomquest”)

    International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, a brief description (12 copies)

    Folder 5:

    Handwritten to-do list, January 23, 2009

    Advertisement for the Miami University Department of Theater’s presentation of Down in Mississippi by Carlyle Brown

    Email from Dr. Berman to Judith Buttery about the NEH Grant, March 9, 2009

    To-do list?

    Freedom Summer Conference Committee Meeting, October 30, 2009

    Freedom Summer Outreach Subcommittee Friday 4.2.09 update (email)

    Folder 6: Audience Research

    List of who and what will be researched

    “So, you want to do an evaluation?” Evaluation Planning 101 presented by Randi Korn

    List of content that will be relevant to the walking tour

    Timeline of events for NEH research

    Attitudinal Goals and Learning Outcomes for “Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford, Ohio”

    Itinerary for a meeting with Exhibit Consultants, March 1, 2010 (Two copies)

    Freedom Summer Exhibit Design Timeline

    Exhibit Development/Design/Production/Overview

    Notes: NEH Planning Focus Group Discussion with Student Affairs Staff, January 6, 2010

    Audience Research Synthesis for NEH Freedom Summer Project, April 16, 2010

    Folder 7: NEH consultants October 12,13 transcripts, 2009

    Email from Nancy Arthur to Dr. Berman about the expiration of a grant

    Freedom Summer Exhibit Design Timeline

    To-do list for the NEH Project, January 29, 2010

    NEH Finding Freedom Summer Project meeting, October 11, 2009 (transcript of the opening discussion and notes)

    NEH Finding Freedom Summer Project meeting, October 12, 2009 (outline of themes, exhibit committee report, script for the walking tour, recommendations) (Two copies)

    Notes: NEH Exhibit Team Meeting, October 13, 2009 (Summary notes including flip chart transcriptions and tape transcription) (Two copies)

    Transcription Tape 5 Side A, 10/13/09 NEH Exhibit Team, Discussion with Glenn Platt, Director, Armstrong Interactive Media Center #1

    Transcription Tape 5 Side A, 10/13/09 NEH Exhibit Team, Discussion with Glenn Platt, Director, Armstrong Interactive Media Center #2

    Transcription Tape 6 Side A, 10/13/09 NEH Exhibit Team, Discussion with Glenn Platt, Director, Armstrong Interactive Media Center

    Folder 8: NEH Walking Tour

    Notes about potential problems and solutions for the walking tours July 15, 2009

    Folder 9:

    “A Constant Struggle” by Donna Boen, The Miamian, Spring 2009

    List of people who contributed to Freedom Summer along with the committee(s) they were on

    List of questions relating to Freedom Summer

    Letter to the FBI from Richard Momeyer requesting a full list of Freedom Summer Volunteers, June 24, 2010

    Freedom Summer Exhibit Design Timeline

    Short history of Freedom Summer

    “Unpacking the Power Structure through Performance: Fragile Coalitions and Rehearsing the Role of the Ally” by Ann Elizabeth Armstrong

    June 14, 2010 Conference Call with Wesley Hogan

    Exhibit planning group, exhibit outline, April 19, 2010 (2 copies)

    Revised Work Plan, Submitted, March 16, 2009, NEH BP-50118

    NEH Planning Grant, Progress Report on the work for Walking Tour, May 2010, by Ann Elizabeth Armstrong

    Timeline of Events, Civil Rights Movement, Mississippi Project Training Session and Oxford, Ohio

    “Singing Civil Rights, The Freedom Song Tradition”

    Folder 10: NEH ?? #3 MJB (exhibit and walking tour)

    Email from Chude Allen with his opinions on the meeting about the conference

    Notes from June 7, 2010, Finding Freedom Summer Project Videoconference

    Audience Synthesis for NEH Freedom Summer Project, April 16, 2010

    Timeline of Events: Civil Rights Movement, Mississippi Summer Project Training Session and Oxford, Ohio

    Agenda: June 7, 2010, Finding Freedom Summer Project Videoconference (3 copies)

    Twinet Kimbroigh’s phone number

    Letter to faculty members inviting them to incorporate the Freedom Summer activities into their classes, July 2009

    NEH “Interpreting America’s Historic Places” Planning Grant, Space Research and Progress Report on the development of the self-guided Walking Tour, May 2010, by Ann Elizabeth Armstrong (2 copies)

    Education Committee: change of walking tour plan (3 copies)

    Digital floor plans of the different parts of the exhibit (3 copies)

    Meeting with Exhibit Consultants, March 1, 2010

    Timeline for the creation of the 50th anniversary conference events

    Original file folder (is covered in miscellaneous notes)

    Miami University Project and Space Utilization Request Form

    List of recommended changes to the exhibit

    Large, color floor plans of the exhibit

    Exhibit planning group revised content outline, June 20, 2010

    Folder 11: Carlyle Brown NEH Project

    Email from Dr. Berman to Dr. Armstrong

    Letter to Carlyle Brown from Mary Jane about the compensation he will receive for his work on a “creative assignment”

    Letter to Carlyle Brown from Mary Jane about moving his visit from February to April, January 22, 2010

    Letter to Carlyle Brown from Mary Jane about moving his visit from April to June, April 7, 2010

    Folder 12: King Library Center Archives (Copying)

    First Amendment to Independent Contractor Agreement

    Email from Nancy Arthur to Dr. Berman about copying and the budget

    Letter to Nancy Arthur from Deborah L. Mack about Freedom Summer volunteer applications stored in the King Center archives in Atlanta GA and the cost to copy them

    Folder 13:

    To-do list, January 25, 2010

    Letter from the Museum of Jewish Heritage requesting donations of Civil Rights artifacts

    Descriptions of Civil Rights-related classes

    Schedule of the conference, October, 2009

    Copy of a Freedom Summer pamphlet

    Description of “Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford, Ohio”

    Flier advertising the 5th annual conference of the Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement, 2010

    Veterans of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement pamphlet

  • Box 45

    Box 45: Freedom Summer 45th Anniversary Conference

    Folder 1: Freedom Summer Conference

    Speech to be given for Provost Herbert

    Freedom Summer Reunion Conference Bus Schedule (Two copies)

    Freedom Summer Program Cover

    HST 367 and 112 Volunteer Sign-in Sheet

    Teacher Workshop Registration List, October 9, 2009

    “Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford, Ohio, Faculty Workshop” sign-up list

    List of Materials on CD-ROM

    Freedom Summer Reunion Committee Cell Contact Numbers

    Professional Biography? Of Dr. Wesley Hogan

    Email concerning the rain plan for the candlelight program scheduled for the Freedom Summer Memorial

    Wesley Hogan’s Itinerary for October 8-12, 2009, Draft #5

    Charles Cobb Itinerary for October 7-9, 2009

    Folder 2: Conference Recruiting

    Finding Freedom: Documenting and Performing Freedom Summer at Miami University, Project Summary (for a grant)

    To-do list, March 19, 2009

    Letter from Dr. Berman to Charles E. Cobb inviting him to present at the conference, April 15, 2009

    Letter from Dr. Berman to Chude Allen inviting her to be a conference panelist at the conference, April 14, 2009

    Letter from Dr. Berman to Deborah Mack inviting her be a conference panelist at the conference, April 14, 2009

    The Center for American and World Cultures Facsimile Transmittal Sheet

    Letter from Dr. Berman to T.V. Reed inviting him to be a conference panelist at the conference, April 14, 2009

    Packet giving information on Freedom Summer, the conference, and materials related to Freedom Summer

    List of people to invite to staged reading of Down in Mississippi

    Information on the Center for Civil RIghts

    The Center for American and World Cultures Facsimile Transmittal Sheet

    Letter from Dr. Berman to Mark Lawrence McPhail inviting him to be a conference panelist at the conference, April 16, 2009

    Folder 3: Committee Minutes and Agendas

    Meeting Minutes, February 20, 2009

    Finding Freedom Summer Conference Subcommittee Minutes, May 15, 2009 (Two copies)

    Agenda for a meeting on May 29th, 2009

    Finding Freedom Summer Conference Committee Agenda for January 30, 2009

    Finding Freedom Summer Conference Subcommittee Minutes of January 16, 2009

    Notebook labeled “Mary Jane Berman, NEH Minutes”

    Folder 4: NEH Grant

    Nancy Arthur Job Description Draft #1, May 1, 2009

    NEH Planning Grant, October 2009 Meeting

    NEH Planning Grant Time and Effort Report for Nancy Arthur

    Letter of Understanding for the exhibit, Letter to Mary Jane from Scott Donaldson

    Revised Work Plan, Submitted, March 16, 2009, NEH P-50118

    Letter to Ms. Anne Schauer from Carole M. Watson from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) informing her that her project has received a grant, MArch 18, 2009

    Envelope addressed to Dr. Mary Berman from NEH

    Agenda, NEH Planning Team, May 14, 2009

    Meeting minutes

    Financial spreadsheet, March 16, 09

    Meeting minutes

    Emails between Deborah Mack, Dr. Berman, and Scott Donaldson about the exhibit, March, 2009

    Emails between Deborah Mack and Dr. Berman about budget, March, 2009

    Meeting minutes

    Emails between Dr. Berman and Timothy Reisert about teleconferencing, March 16, 2009

    Email containing a revised budget, March 15, 2009

    Letter to Anne Schauer from Carole M. Watson of NEH, February 23, 2009

    Budget spreadsheet (original)

    Budget spreadsheet (revised)

    Budget Notes, NEH Planning Grant

    Letter to Dr. Berman from Karen S. Mittelman containing the NEH panelists’ reviews of the Freedom Summer Conference proposal, March 16, 2009

    Partial list of financial contributions to the conference

    List of people involved in the conference and their respective committees

    Agenda, NEH planning team, May 14, 2009

    Meeting minutes?

    Outline of Proposed Course of Independent Study and Project (about the Maya)

    Department of Anthropology Application and Approval Form for Independent Study for Brian Casady, 2009

    Attachment 11 Budget Justification (Original)

    “Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford, Ohio” paper (to be submitted for the NEH grant?)

    Email about Nancy Arthur’s salary, March 4, 2009

    NEH three-year budget form

    Emails between Dr. Berman, Deborah Mack, and Scott Donaldson about budget and the exhibit

    Information about consultants Deborah Mack, Scott Donaldson, and Carlyle Brown and their work plan

    Email from Dr. Berman to Darlene Mahaney about Darlene’s duties, July 23, 2008

    Correspondence between Dr. Berman and T.V. Reed regarding his participation in the NEH Planning Grant, July, 2008

    Correspondence between Dr. Berman and Wesley Hogan regarding her participation in the NEH Planning Grant, July, 2008

    Emails between Scott Donaldson and Dr. Berman requesting and providing contact information, July 23, 2008

    Emails between Dr. Berman and Chude Allen requesting information for the NEH grant, July 23, 2008

    Letter from Charles E. Cobb Jr. to Dr. Berman and Dr. Armstrong, July 11, 2008

    Freedom Summer: Connecting Communities in the 21st Century, Revised Concept/Vision Paper, September 14, 2007

    “Partners in Freedom”, National Underground Railroad Freedom Center

    Picture of an Underground Railroad Bicycle Route

    “Teaching With Documents: Observing Constitution Day”, list of the signers of the constitution

    “Teaching With Documents: The Civil Rights Act of 1964 and the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission”, U.S. National Archives and Records Administration

    “America’s Historical and Cultural Organizations: Planning Grants”, National Endowment for the Humanities

    Original file folder with miscellaneous notes

    Folder 5: Miscellaneous Freedom Summer Conference

    The McClellan Fund: Invitation for Proposals for AY 2009-2010

    Form requesting money from the Oxford Community Foundation, October 2009

    Letter from Bill Gracie to Jeff Herbst containing information on the Western Interdisciplinary Lecture Series, August 1, 2005

    Information on the Civil Rights in Mississippi Digital Archive

    “Step back into Freedom Summer”, by Richard O Jones, Journal News, March 23, 2006

    Photo from an interactive walking tour

    Copies of pages 3-27 (Basic Training) and 28-29 (Seat of Leflore) from the book Freedom Summer by Sally Belfrage

    Photos from the Faces of Freedom Summer collection of three people standing under a sign for Western College and of a workshop being taught

    Finding Freedom Summer Conference Subcommittee Minutes of December 19, 2008

    Spreadsheet listing committee members and their meeting attendance

    “Memory and Judgement” by Jane Adams and D. Gorton, 2003 (2 copies)

    Freedom Summer Minutes: July 16, 2008

    Minutes of the Freedom Summer Meeting November 15, 2008

    Emails recording Garret Kowhler’s addition to the conference subcommittee membership

    Schedule of Events, October 9-11, 2009

    Original file folder with miscellaneous notes

    Tentative Schedule Of Events October 9-11, 2009

    Folder 6: Correspondence D. Mack and S. Donaldson

    Emails from or about D. Mack and S. Donaldson and their contract with the Freedom Summer Committee, November 2009

    Independent Contractor Agreement

    Freedom Summer Exhibit Design Timeline

    Exhibit Development/Design/Production/Overview, November 2009

    List of sources of funding for the Freedom Summer Conference

    Revised Work Plan, Submitted, March 16, 2009

    Notes

    Emails from or about D. Mack and S. Donaldson and the exhibit in regards to budget

    Folder 7: NEH Planning Committee

    Notes from a discussion with C. Wilson, October 7, 2009

    Independent Contractor Agreement form (2 Copies)

    Printout of a page on grant programs, Collections to Collections

    List of sources of funding for the Freedom Summer Conference

    “Civil Rights Show-and-Tell”, American Theater, October 2009

    Intellectual Property policy

    Original Budget, Submitted August 28, 2009

    October 2009 Meeting materials, including NEH Cost Share Expenses, agenda, and committee member/consultant list

    October 2009 Meeting agenda

    Freedom Summer Flier

    List of Honoraria and their fees

    Notes from a meeting with Mary Jean Corbett, September 2, 2009

    Agenda and notes from a conference call with Deborah Mack, September 14, 2009

    NEH Planning team, September 2, 2009

    Email containing a suggested agenda for a meeting on September 11

    Miscellaneous notes, September 2009

    Email containing minutes from a meeting on September 2, 2009

    NEH Planning team August 28, 2009

    Packet about America’s Historical and Cultural Organizations: Implementation Grants sponsored by the National Endowment Fund for the Humanities (Two copies)

    Email containing a partial agenda for a meeting on August 28, 2009 (3 copies)

    Revised Work Plan, Submitted March 16, 2009

    Budget

    List of financial contributions to the conference

    “Finding Freedom Summer in Oxford, Ohio” request submitted to NEH?

    “Justice Department to Recharge Civil Rights Enforcement” by Charlie Savage, The New york Times, August 31, 2009

    Folder 8: Freedom Libraries pamphlets

    Freedom Libraries Mississippi Summer Project 1964 booklet (23 copies)

  • Box 46

    Box 46: Freedom Summer 45th and 50th anniversary and NAACP Conferences

    Folder 1: NAACP 99th Annual Convention

    NAACP 99th Annual Convention program, July 12-17, 2008

    NAACP 99th Annual Convention program 2, July 12-17, 2008

    NAACP Resolutions: Considered by the NAACP resolutions committee pending review by delegates to the 99th annual NAACP convention, 2008

    NAACP Member-At-Large rules and nomination form

    Folder 2:

    The Center for American and World Cultures Facsimile Transmittal Sheet

    Miami University Project and Space Utilization Request Form

    Folder 3:

    Binder of Photocopy Request Forms and photocopies of Freedom Summer photos and other materials

    Folder 4: NEH Grant - Freedom Summer

    Email from NEH confirming Dr. Berman’s submittal, August 29, 2008

    Email from Karen Schilling to Anne Schauer explaining the 15% cost share that the history department offered, August 28, 2008

    Federal Express Domestic Shipping

    Invoice for Dorothy Falke

    Material Sales invoice, August 19, 2009

    Letter from NEH informing the Freedom Summer committee that they received a grant, March 18, 2009 (3 copies)

    Miami University Cost Sharing and Release Time forms

    New Jersey Historical Society, New Jersey Turnpike Project Narrative (NEH submission?)

    Curriculum Vitaes (Resumes) for the following people:

    Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, Ph.D., Nancy Arthur, Mary Jane Berman, Nishani Frazier, Mark S. Giles, Ph.D., Jacqueline Johnson, Richard W. Momeyer, Donald N. Nelson, Glenn Platt, Kelly Quinn, Helen Sheumaker, Jane Strippel, Judy K. Waldron

    Folder 5: Freedom Summer 2014

    Student sign-in sheets

    “The Questions We Share” by David Bornstein, August 7, 2014

    Division of Academic Affairs, Miami University, Professional Services Agreement

    Independent Contractor/Worker Acknowledgment (blank)

    IRS contractor information form

    Division of Academic Affairs, Miami University, Professional Services Agreement

    Letter to Dr. Berman from Erika Dockery about a visit from Bhairavi

    45th Reunion and Conference Program

    Voices of Freedom Summer Reunion and Conference flier (2 copies)

    “Wouldn’t Take Nothin’ for My Journey” program (2 copies)

    Email containing a presenters book spreadsheet

    Spreadsheet of the books published by presenters

    Email containing the contact information of Syracuse Cultural Workers and Dorothy Falke?

    Emails from the planning of the 50th anniversary conference (2014) that reference the 45th anniversary conference (2009)

    Letter to Civil Rights movement participants from the conference committee inviting them to the 50th anniversary conference, August 6, 2014

    Email containing a list of people who were listed on the Freedom Summer website as special guests, 2014

    Sign for an Anthropology Department Faculty Welcome Reception, August 27, 2014

    Anthropology Faculty office hours, 2014-2015

    Letter from Dr. Berman to Studio 18 USA Inc. about the licensing fee for showing two movies

    Communication Result Reports, August-September, 2014

    Facsimile Transmittal Sheets

    Miami Summer Orientation 2014 Calendar with Freedom Summer Tour schedule

    Folder 6: Black Histories, Prominent Figures, from Mrs. Thomas J. Bowling (Gloria Bowling)

    “Dunbar, A Poet Of His People” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “St. Georges, French Aristocrat” by Raymond W. Lowry, the Indianapolis Star

    “Banneker Saved Washington” by Raymond W. Lowry, May 14, 1970

    “Musician Noted At Early Age” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Gustavus Vassa, World Traveler” by Raymond W. Lowry, May 21, 1970

    “Meta Fuller Famous Sculptress” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Mrs. Bethune Advised Presidents” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Aesop Beloved For His Fables” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Singleton Was ‘Moses’ Of 1860s” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Mary Bethune Founded College” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Armistead Spied In Revolution” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Tenkamenin Ruled Old Ghana” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Crafts Fled Slavery ‘In Style’” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Mali Emperors Expanded Nation” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “R.S. Abbott, Newspaper Publisher” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Asiki Built Fabulous Songhai” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “James Derham Was Physician” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Elizabeth Greenfield, Volcalist” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Jean-Louis Great Swordsman” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “World Acclaimed Ohio Artist” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Maggie-Dynamic Executive” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Nat Love Wrote Of Old West” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Locke Top Critic, Philosopher” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Still Good ‘Conductor” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Dunbar, A Poet Of His People” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Temple Perfected The Harpoon” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Scarborough, A Top U.S. Scholar” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Banneker A Versatile Scholar” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Diagne Served French Cabinet” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “St. Georges, French Aristocrat” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Banneker Saved Washington” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “‘Mammy’ Pleasant Made Millions” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Musician Noted At Early Age” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Gustavus Vassa, World Traveler” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Mary Seacole Pioneer Nurse” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Forten Set Abolitionist Course” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Martin de Porres, Saintly Healer” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Meta Fuller Famous Sculptress” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Hugh Mulzac, A Master Seaman” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Langston Gave Long Service” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Sunni Ali Ber Founded Songhai” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Pompey Lamb Gained Victory” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Woman Defied ‘Judge Lynch’” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Handy Revered By Musicians” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Mary Terrell, Rights Leader” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Cinque Proved Slaves ‘Minded’” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Edward Bannister Pioneer Artist” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Henry Baker Listed Inventors” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Miss Hansbury’s Play Unusual” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “John Hope Unified School Setup” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Carver Was Top U.S. Scientist” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Bose Ikard Helped To Win West” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Charles Gilpin Was Noted Actor” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Frederick Douglass Had 2 Causes” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Aldridge Reaped Many Awards” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Pushkin-Russian Literary Genius” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “France Honored 2 U.S. Soldiers” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “George Bush Was Frontiersman” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Dr. Just Was Pioneer Biologist” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Hinton Advanced Public Health” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Mme. Walker Made Fortune” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Attucks Died For U.S. Freedom” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Cuffe Found Success At Sea” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Williams Pioneered Heart Surgery” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Harriet Tubman, The Liberator” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Harriet Tubman Helped Yankees” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Richard Allen Battled A Plague” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Dumas Is A Literary Immortal” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Tanner Was Leading Painter” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Julian Cut Arthritic Pain” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Protege Earns His Own Fame” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Leidesdorff A California Pioneer” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Du Sable Founder Of Chicago” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Woods Was Major Inventor” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Hanson Actually First At Pole” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Rillieux Improved Sugar Industry” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Smalls Captured Rebel Gunship” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Laborer Changed Shoe Industry” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Slave Girl Became Noted Poetess” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Estevan Discovered Arizona” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Pareja Gifted Spanish Artist” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Latimer On Bell, Edison Teams” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Hannibal Top Russian Engineer” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Piankhi-Conqueror Of Egypt” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Aldridge Was Immortal Actor” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Abbie Mitchell Had Great Voice” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Woods Was Major Inventor” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Woodson Pioneering Historian” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Dorie Miller: Navy War Hero” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Thomas Bethune, Piano Genius” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Latimer On Bell, Edison Teams” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Dr. Drew Saved Soldiers’ Lives” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “St. Benedict The Moor Revered” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Morgan Inventor Of Gas Mask” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Senator Bruce Backed Minorities” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Bridgetower Famed Violinist” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Sojourner Truth: Great Orator” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Drew Began Blood Bank” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Beckwourth Explored The West” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Edmonia Lewis’ Sculpture Excels” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Jones Was Chicago Civic Leader” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Gen. Dumas Acclaimed In France” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Haynes Was American Patriot” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Hubert Harrison Found Learning” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Delaney Famed As Philosopher” by Raymond W. Lowry

    “Elijah McCoy Oiled Up Industry” by Raymond W. Lowry

    Envelope that contained the above articles

  • Box 47

    Box 47: Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee 50th Anniversary DVDs

    These DVDs present formal addresses, panel discussions and programs that took place at a conference and reunion unfolding over four days at Shaw University in Raleigh, North Carolina on the 50th anniversary of the founding of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee.

    Volume: 1 Opening Plenary

    Volume: 2 Early Student Movement Philosophy and Activism

    Volume: 3 From Student Activists To Field Organizers

    Volume: 4 SNCC Builds An Organization

    Volume: 5 The Raleigh Civil Rights Movement

    Volume: 6 Luncheon Keynote: Rev. James Lawson “We Have Not Yet Arrived”

    Volume: 7 The Societal Response To SNCC

    Volume: 8 Up South: “We Raised Money, We Raised Hell”

    Volume: 9 More Than A Hamburger

    Volume: 10 Moving On Mississippi: “We Had To Be Strong”

    Volume: 11 Alabama: “Turning To Ourselves”

    Volume: 12 Southwest Georgia: “Do You Want To Be Free”

    Volume: 13 Arkansas, Cambridge, MD Danville, VA: “Everybody Say Freedom”

    Volume: 14 The Impact And Influence Of SNCC On American Society 1960-1968

    Volume: 15 What Was SNCC? How Did It Evolve Over The Years? Why Did It Cease To Exist?

    Volume: 16 Political Impact Of SNCC 1964-1984

    Volume: 17 Luncheon Keynote: Harry Belafonte “Why Can’t Our Children Find Us”

    Volume: 18 Ella Baker’s Roots: “Give People Light And They Will Find A Way”

    Volume: 19 Depictions Of The Movement In Popular Culture

    Volume: 20 Black Power, Black Education, and Pan Africanism

    Volume: 21 The Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party: “A Real Democratic Process”

    Volume: 22 Women And Organizers: “You Can Do This”

    Volume: 23 The Black Church And Black Struggle

    Volume: 24 Highlander, SSOC And Organizing In The White Community: “We Knew That We Were Not Free”

    Volume: 25 SNCC And The Black Arts Movement: “We Had To Change The Conversation”

    Volume: 26 Plenary: Joyce Ladner

    Volume: 27 SNCC Children Speak

    Volume: 28 Luncheon Keynote: Congressman John Lewis “Stand Up And Make Some Noise”

    Volume: 29 Luncheon Keynote: U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder “The Nation Is In Your Debt”

    Volume: 30 The Young People's’ Project: “Come Let Us Build A New World”

    Volume: 31 The Cradle To Prison Pipeline

    Volume: 32 Actions For A New World

    Volume: 33 Special Program: Dick Gregory “They’re Asking Different Questions Today”

    Volume: 34 Plenary: In Remembrance Of Ella BAker, Howard Zinn, And James Forman

    Volume: 35 Dinner Keynote: Danny Glover “The Real Costs Lie Ahead”

    Volume: 36 Freedom Concert

    Volume: 37 Plenary: Bob Moses “We The People”

    Volume: 38 Closing Program: Bernice Johnson Reagon “Solidarity Of Past, Present And Future”

    Photo and explanation of the Freedom Summer Memorial at Miami University (Many copies)

    Voices of Freedom Summer cards and envelopes (Blank)

  • Box 48

    Box 48: Artifacts

    Telephone used in a Freedom Summer Office Royal Typewriter used in a Freedom Summer Office (Includes original instructions)

  • Box 49: Carolyn E. Gordon Scrapbook (and freedom records)

    Scrapbook donated by Carolyn E. Gordon:

    Inside cover:

    Letter to “Fifty Years After Freedom Summer” Conference Participants and Sybil Harris Miller from Carolyn E. Gordon, Ph. D, October 2014

    Page 1:

    “Gregory, Freedom Group Stage Civil Rights Benefit, Comedian, Singers Raise SNCC Funds”, The Miami Student, April 28, 1964

    “Gregory Stars in Rights Show”

    “We Too Shall Overcome” by Dave Hamilton

    “Southern Justice?”, The Miami Student Editorial Page, April 24, 1964

    Note saying “Protest (Civil Rights)- Sponsored by Human Relations Committee (of Miami) in the Fall of 1964 in front [of] the Oxford Municipal Bldg.” signed by S. Miller

    Page 2:

    Eight photos of Dick Gregory and the Freedom Singers

    Page 3:

    Four photos of the Voter Registration Drive in Greensboro, North Carolina, 1964 (Including photos of Sybil Miller, Ginger Koone, Mr. Mitchell, PAt, Tony, Mittie GAmble, Miss Brantley)

    Copy of “The Daily Red Neck” (April Fool Edition), Carrboro, North Carolina, April 1, 1964

    Copy of “The Daily Tar Heel” including the article “Ex-Hillsboro Cop Charged With Assault”, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, April 2, 1964

    Letter to Carolyn from Anthony Rivers during the Voter Registration drive in Greensboro, NC (Envelope included)

    Letter to the Editor of the Daily News from A Southern White Protestant Democrat in Greensboro, NC

    Page 4:

    Letter to the Voter Registration and Political Education Project from Bernard J. Battle, Charles I. Brown, Joseph Mitchell, and George C. Simkins

    “Federal Judge Hears Appeal Of Tolg Against State Verdict”

    “Northern Liberalism -- A Hoax” by Stanley Greenberg, April 24, 1964

    Page 5:

    Two photos of John Howard Griffin, author of “Black Like Me” (Photos labeled “as a negro” and “as himself”)

    “Lecturer Emphasizes Dehumanization of Negro” by Renee Sherer

    Page 6:

    Photo of J. B., John Howard Griffin, Gaye Klein, Dick Tolliver, and Mr. Strippel

    Photo of Paul Stampleman and Marcia Fisher

    Photo of Mr. Strippel and Sybil Harris

    Three unlabeled photos from the same event, November, 1964

    Page 7:

    “Human Relations Committee Hears Civil Rights Panel”, October 5, 1964

    HRC’s Cafe Inferno: four photos including Willis, Hillie, Sibyl Harris Miller, and Bill Miller, December, 1964

    Page 8:

    Three photos of a line of protesters, including Carolyn Gordon and Sibyl Harris Miller

    Voices of Dissent pamphlet, December 7-11, 1964

    Photo of Bill and Sybil

    Photo of Karen Dewitt and John Swann

    Photo of Richard Tolliver

    Page 9:

    “What Miamians Say About Apartment Controversy”, The Miami Student, January 12, 1965

    Page 10:

    “The Real Miami Negro” by James Stokes, May 7, 1965

    “Voice of the Campus”, letter to the editor from William F. Taylor providing defense for African Americans who, in a previous letter, had been spoken down upon, May 7, 1965

    Two letters to the editor from Alan Steinberg and Eric K.M. Schaumloffel, one being the letter titled “Negroes” that is disputed in the letter mentioned above, May 4, 1965

    Back inside cover:

    Photo of Paula Smith, Bill Miller, Carolyn Gordon, Myldred Howell, James and Jackie Hamilton Avery, and Vera Douglas Sloan at Alumni Weekend 2009

    Records:

    Guy Carawan songs of Struggle and Celebration, 1982

    The Freedom Singers Sing of Freedom Now!

    “We Shall Overcome” Freedom Singers

    The Nashville Sit-In Story

  • Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary DVDs

    All DVDs are located in range 22A and are free on the shelf next to the Freedom Summer materials.

    The Mississippi Freedom Summer 50th Anniversary DVDs were created for a conference hosted by Tougaloo College June 25-29, 2014.

    DVD 1: “The Freedom Struggle In Mississippi- 1946-1964” and “The Continuing Struggle 1964-2014”

    DVD 2: “Freedom Summer 1964: Its Historic Importance” and Freedom Summer Roll Call

    DVD 3: “In The Mississippi River” and “Heroes and Sheroes” (A Tribute to those murdered and Martyred in Mississippi)

    DVD 4: Our Southern Strategy: “Where Do We Go From Here?”

    DVD 5: Legacy Banquet

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