- Acme News PicturesView Full Item in The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA)
- View Full Item in UC Berkeley, Bancroft Library
Emmett Till was murdered in Money, Miss.
Photograph of Arkansas Governor Orval Faubus with President Eisenhower after a two hour conference on the Little Rock integration controversy, 1957Department of Defense. Department of the Navy. Naval Photographic Center. (12/1/1959 - ca. 1998)View Full Item in National Archives and Records Administration
Editorial from The Nashville Tennessean encouraging the prosecution of those responsible for the bombing of Z. Alexander Looby’s home, 1960View Full Item in Tennessee State Library and Archives
An editorial from page ten of The Nashville Tennessean newspaper dated April 20th, 1960 stresses the need for the community to come together and do everything in its power to not only find and prosecu…
Howard Zinn’s files on violence and intimidation of Mississippi blacks and civil rights workers, 1961-1964Zinn, Howard, 1922View Full Item in Wisconsin Historical Society
This folder includes many reports of violence and intimidation of Mississippi blacks, especially those involved in registering to vote, and of civil rights workers from 1961 on, COFO's hopes for unive…
Copy of telegram from President Kennedy to Governor Ross Barnett about James Meredith’s entrance into the University of Mississippi, 1962President (1961-1963 : Kennedy). Office of the Personal Secretary. 1961-1963View Full Item in John F. Kennedy Library
This item is a copy of a telegram from President John F. Kennedy to Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett regarding the entrance of James Meredith into the University of Mississippi.
Violence and harassment summary reports during and following Freedom Summer in Mississippi, 1963-1965Congress of Racial Equality. Mississippi, Fourth Congressional DistrictView Full Item in Wisconsin Historical Society
This entire folder documents some of the many acts of violence, economic reprisals, threats, and intimidation experienced by civil rights workers before, during, and after Freedom Summer. Reprinted ar…
Speech by James Baldwin after the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1963View Full Item in Pacifica Radio Archives
After the bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church in Birmingham, Alabama on September 15, 1963, James Baldwin spoke to an overflowing crowd at the New York Community Church. Baldwin spoke against th…
Photograph of Governor George Wallace blocking the entrance of two black students to the University of Alabama, 1963View Full Item in Chapman University, Frank Mt. Pleasant Library of Special Collections and Archives
Governor George C. Wallace blocks the entrance of two black students to the University of Alabama.
News releases, newsletters, and miscellaneous publications relating to the murder of Andrew Goodman, Civil Rights worker, 1964-1965Goodman, CarolynView Full Item in Wisconsin Historical Society
This folder contains three documents, all relating to the murder of Andrew Goodman: Andrew Goodman's Mississippi death certificate stating that he had died of "gun shot wounds of an undetermined origi…
- View Full Item in Wisconsin Historical Society
A posed photograph of Andrew Goodman wearing a dark shirt, used in the poster produced by the FBI after his disappearance. Andrew Goodman was a civil rights activist and volunteer for the Freedom Summ…
- Hollander, EdwardView Full Item in Wisconsin Historical Society
This audio is from the memorial service held at the site of Mt. Zion Baptist Church for James Chaney. Both the minister present and Fannie Chaney remember the lives of James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, an…
Voter Registration Program reports written by Program Director Michael Schwerner before his murder in June, 1964Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party. Lauderdale CountyView Full Item in Wisconsin Historical Society
This folder consists primarily of program reports, dating January to October of 1964, relating to the CORE and COFO Community Center and Voter Registration Program in Meridian, Mississippi. Most repor…
- Department of Transportation. Federal Highway Administration. Office of Planning, Environment, and Realty. Office of Natural and Human Environment. National Scenic Byways Program. 1991View Full Item in National Archives at College Park - Still Pictures
Original caption: Alabama State Troopers Beat Black Marchers on Bloody Sunday - John Lewis Receives blow to the head.