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    • Inventory of the Bennie G. Thompson Papers

    • Finding aid for a manuscript collection located at Tougaloo College.; Materials related to the political career of Mississippi Congressman Bennie G. Thompson, the longest serving African American elected official in the state of Mississippi. The...
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    • Inventory of the Freedom Riders Collection

    • Finding aid for a manuscript collection located at Tougaloo College.; Materials relating to the Freedom Riders, a group of racially-integrated activists organized by the Congress for Racial Equality (CORE) that challenged segregation in public...
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    • Inventory of the Gordon Henderson Papers

    • Finding aid for a manuscript collection located at Tougaloo College.; Papers of Gordon Henderson, a professor of political science at Millsaps College and Tougaloo College. The collection contains manuscripts of Henderson's political science...
    • 1964-1979
    • Inventory of the John Mangram Papers

    • Finding aid for a manuscript collection located at Tougaloo College.; Correspondence, reports, newspaper clippings, an oral history transcript, and a copy of a speech relating to John Mangram's duties as chaplain of Tougaloo College from 1950-1961...
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    • Inventory of the Office of Public Relations

    • Finding aid for a manuscript collection located at Tougaloo College.; Correspondence and printed material of Ruth Owens, Assistant Director of Public Relations at Tougaloo Southern Christian College, pertaining to alumni and alumnae affairs and the...
    • 1958-1965
    • Jackson boycott movement

    • From the General Civil Rights Collection.
      This open letter, addressed to "Friend," describes the Jackson Movement's boycott of selected white-owned and operated Jackson area businesses because of their discriminatory practices in hiring and...
    • 1963
    • Jackson movement boycott

    • From the General Civil Rights Collection.
      This open letter, addressed to "Friend," describes the ongoing African American boycott of selected businesses in Jackson, Mississippi that had discriminatory practices. The letter describes the arrest...
    • 7 May 1963
    • Jackson Movement goes on

    • From the General Civil Rights Collection.;
      This handbill, addressed to “Negro shoppers and friends,†advocates boycotting selected merchants in Jackson, Miss. that have discriminatory policies toward African Americans. The goals of...
    • Circa 1963
    • Let 'em starve

    • From the General Civil Rights Collection.
      This handbill gives information on the inadequacy of public welfare benefits in Mississippi. The handbill is illustrated with a photo of a can of Karo syrup, implying that this is all that the state's...
    • 1960s
    • Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Beittel; [1961]

    • From the Adam Daniel Beittel Papers.
      Handwritten letter to Mr. and Mrs. Beittel, unsigned and undated. The letter mentions a phone call with Martin Luther King, Jr. and a meeting with the Interstate Commerce Commission and the Assistant...
    • [1961]

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