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Collection Title: Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs

Collection Number: M351

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584-602
Voter registration and MFDP meeting at St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing

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584

MFDP meeting at St. John United Methodist Church. [Scanned image] A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers at the front of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. They have probably been attending a voter registration meeting. On the left is local civil rights leader J.C. Fairley. To his left is volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg. To his left is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project). On the step below her is local African-American resident Helen Ducksworth.

  • LORNE CRESS
  • HELEN DUCKSWORTH
  • J.C. FAIRLEY
  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

585

A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers at the front of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. A Mrs. Sullivan looks over the stair rail, and a Mrs. Cutrer stands on the step below with a white purse.

  • ________ CUTRER
  • ________ SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

586

A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers at the front of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. Mrs. Sullivan looks over the stair rail, and Mrs. Cutrer stands on the step below with a white purse.

  • ________ CUTRER
  • ________ SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

587

A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh, Director of the Hattiesburg project, is at the far right, leaning against a car in the parking lot.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

588

Volunteer Barbara Schwartzbaum (New York City; a student at City College of New York), who was a teacher in the Freedom School at Morning Star Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, leaves the front entrance of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing as a local African-American girl looks on.

  • BARBARA SCHWARTZBAUM
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

589

Two local African-American male residents and a Caucasian female volunteer stand in front of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. The man on the left is Matt Connor.

  • MATT CONNOR
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

590

After MFDP meeting at St. John United Methodist Church. [Scanned image] A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. Volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, sits on the stair rail playing with local child Tilton Sullivan.

  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • TILTON SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

591

Volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, leans on the stair rail of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing talking with local child Tilton Sullivan.

  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • TILTON SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

592

Volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, leans on the stair rail of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing talking with local child Tilton Sullivan -- closer view.

  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • TILTON SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

593

Volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, leans on the stair rail of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing talking with local child Tilton Sullivan -- closer view.

  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • TILTON SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

594

Tilton Sullivan and William D. Jones -- close-up. [Scanned image] Volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, sits on the stair rail of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing playing with local child Tilton Sullivan.

  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • TILTON SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

595

Volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg, leans on the stair rail of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing talking with local child Tilton Sullivan as two other children play nearby.

  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • TILTON SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

596

A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. Local African-American resident Mrs. Sullivan looks over the stair rail, local African-American resident Helen Ducksworth stands on the left of the three women in the lower right, and volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project) stands on the right.

  • LORNE CRESS
  • HELEN DUCKSWORTH
  • ________ SULLIVAN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

597

A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

598

MFDP caucus group. [Scanned image] A large group of local African-American residents and some volunteers gathers on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. Local resident Helen Ducksworth stands second from the left in the group of four women standing in the parking lot, and volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project) stands on the right of the group.

  • LORNE CRESS
  • HELEN DUCKSWORTH
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

599

Local African-American residents, children, and volunteers gather on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. Third from the left, wearing a striped top, is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project). The African-American man leaning on the stair rail is volunteer William D. Jones (native of Birmingham, Alabama; teacher in the Long Island, New York public schools), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church in Hattiesburg

  • LORNE CRESS
  • WILLIAM D. JONES
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

600

Local civil rights leader J.C. Fairley and local African-American resident Helen Ducksworth stand on the front porch of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • HELEN DUCKSWORTH
  • J.C. FAIRLEY
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

601

Local residents and volunteers gather on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

602

Local residents and volunteers gather on the steps and in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

 

603-608 Local African-American residents and volunteers in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing

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603

Carrie Houze and others. [Scanned image] Local African-American residents and volunteers in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing probably after a voter registration and MFDP meeting. Local African-American resident Carrie Houze is on the right.

  • CARRIE HOUZE
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

604

SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh, Director of the Hattiesburg project, stands next to three African-American female residents in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. Lenelle Vaughn is on his left.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • LENELLE VAUGHN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

605

Sandy Leigh, Lenelle Vaughn, and others. [Scanned image] SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh, Director of the Hattiesburg project, stands next to local African-American resident Lenelle Vaughn in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • LENELLE VAUGHN
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

606

Talking in St. John parking lot. [Scanned image] A Caucasian male volunteer sits on a car talking with a local African-American male resident in the parking lot of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing. The man on the right has been identified only as Alonso.

  • ALONSO ________
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

607

Exterior view of the front of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

608

Exterior view of St. John Methodist Church. [Scanned image] Exterior view of the side of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH

 

609-612 Event at Palmers Crossing Community Center

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609

Event at Palmers Crossing Community Center (1). [Scanned image] A large group of local African-American residents, children, and some volunteers gathers outside the Palmers Crossing Community Center across Old Airport Road from the Hi-Hat Club with its Budweiser sign in Palmers Crossing.

  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

610

Event at Palmers Crossing Community Center -- closer view (2). [Scanned image] A large group of local African-American residents, children, and some volunteers gathers outside the Palmers Crossing Community Center.

  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

611

Event at Palmers Crossing Community Center -- closer view (3). [Scanned image] A large group of local African-American residents, children, and some volunteers gathers outside the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- closer view.

  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

612

Event at Palmers Crossing Community Center -- closer view (4). [Scanned image] A large group of local African-American residents, children, and some volunteers gathers outside the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- closer view.

  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

613-616 MFDP meetings at Mt. Zion Baptist Church at 900 Spencer Street in Hattiesburg and at St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing

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613

Probably an MFDP meeting of local African-American residents and some volunteers in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Local activist Anne Smith Taylor is sitting in the middle of the center pew.

  • ANNE SMITH TAYLOR
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

614

MFDP meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Probably an MFDP meeting of local African-American residents and some volunteers in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Local activist Anne Smith Bailey is sitting in the middle of the center pew.

  • ANNE SMITH TAYLOR
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

615

Probably an MFDP meeting of local African-American residents and some volunteers in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church, presided over by SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project. Sitting on the left end of the right front pew is local African-American resident Betty Stepps, and behind her is local African-American resident Julia May Clark.

  • JULIA MAY CLARK
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • BETTY STEPPS
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

616

Probably an MFDP meeting of local African-American residents and some volunteers in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church. Standing at the left is local civil rights leader J.C. Fairley.

  • J.C. FAIRLEY
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

 

617-624 Victoria Jackson Gray speaks to MFDP meeting at St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing

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617

Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the U.S. Senate on the MFDP ticket, confers with SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

618

Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the US Senate on the MFDP ticket, speaks from notes at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

619

Victoria Jackson Gray speaks at MFDP meeting at St. John. [Scanned image] Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the US Senate on the MFDP ticket, speaks at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

620

Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the US Senate on the MFDP ticket, speaks from notes at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

621

Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the US Senate on the MFDP ticket, speaks at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing -- close-up.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

622

Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the US Senate on the MFDP ticket, speaks from notes at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing -- close-up.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

623

Victoria Jackson Gray, local civil rights leader and candidate for the US Senate on the MFDP ticket, reacts at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing -- close-up.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

624

Sandy Leigh at St. John Methodist Church. [Scanned image] SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing -- close-up.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. JOHN UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

 

625-633 MFDP meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Church at 900 Spencer Street in Hattiesburg

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625

Anne Smith Taylor speaks to MFDP meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. [Scanned image] Local activist Anne Smith Taylor speaks from notes to an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANNE SMITH TAYLOR
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

626

Local activist Anne Smith Taylor speaks from notes to an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANNE SMITH TAYLOR
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

627

Two local African-American activists, Mrs. Stewart and Earline Boyd, at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • EARLINE BOYD
  • ________ STEWART
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

628

Earline Boyd speaks to MFDP meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. [Scanned image] Local African-American activist Earline Boyd stands to speak to an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church while Mrs. Stewart sits at her side.

  • EARLINE BOYD
  • ________ STEWART
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

629

Andrew Wilson speaks to MFDP meeting at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. [Scanned image] Local African-American activist Andrew Wilson speaks to an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANDREW WILSON
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

630

Doris Townsend records MFDP vote. [Scanned image] Local African-American resident Doris Townsend tallies on a blackboard votes for Secretary of the Forrest County MFDP at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • DORIS TOWNSEND
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

631

Lorne Cress records MFDP vote. [Scanned image] Volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois), Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project, tallies on a blackboard votes for Chairman of the Forrest County MFDP at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Candidates are listed as George Harper (who won), Andrew Wilson, and Betty Stepps.

  • LORNE CRESS
  • GEORGE HARPER
  • BETTY STEPPS
  • ANDREW WILSON
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

632

Voter registration volunteer Anthony 'Arrow’ Beaulieu (San Francisco, California; a student at Dartmouth College) speaks to an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANTHONY BEAULIEU
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

633

Anthony 'Arrow' Beaulieu at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. [Scanned image] Voter registration volunteer Anthony 'Arrow’ Beaulieu (San Francisco, California; a student at Dartmouth College) speaks to an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANTHONY BEAULIEU
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

   

634-639  MFDP meeting at St. Paul United Methodist Church (?) at 215 East 5th Street in Hattiesburg

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634

Three local civil rights leaders sit together in a crowded MFDP meeting on the front pew in the sanctuary of probably St. Paul United Methodist Church. They are (left to right) Marie Blalock, Peggy Jean Connor, and Vassie Patton. Mrs. Connor was Treasurer of the Hattiesburg project and state Executive Secretary of the MFDP.

  • MARIE BLALOCK
  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • VASSIE PATTON
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

635

Blalock, Connor, and Patton at MFDP meeting at St. Paul. [Scanned image] Three local civil rights leaders sit together in a crowded MFDP meeting on the front pew in the sanctuary of probably St. Paul United Methodist Church. They are (left to right) Marie Blalock, Peggy Jean Connor, and Vassie Patton.

  • MARIE BLALOCK
  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • VASSIE PATTON
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

636

Peggy Jean Connor -- close-up. [Scanned image] Peggy Jean Connor in a crowded MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of probably St. Paul United Methodist Church -- close-up.

  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

637

Peggy Jean Connor in a crowded MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of probably St. Paul United Methodist Church -- close-up.

  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

638

Elnora Knight -- close-up. [Scanned image] Local African-American resident Elnora Knight, probably taken at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of probably St. Paul United Methodist Church.

  • ELNORA KNIGHT
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

639

Local African-American resident Elnora Knight, probably taken at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of probably St. Paul United Methodist Church -- close-up.

  • ELNORA KNIGHT
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

 

640-642 Volunteer Johanna Winchester and SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh

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640

Voter registration volunteer Johanna 'Johnnie' Winchester (Baltimore, Maryland; a student at Cornell University) stands reading a piece of paper. In the background is SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • JOHANNA WINCHESTER
  • SNCC

641

Johanna Winchester. [Scanned image] Voter registration volunteer Johanna 'Johnnie' Winchester (Baltimore, Maryland; a student at Cornell University) stands reading a piece of paper. In the background is SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project. Close-up.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • JOHANNA WINCHESTER
  • SNCC

642

Voter registration volunteer Johanna 'Johnnie' Winchester (Baltimore, Maryland; a student at Cornell University) stands reading a piece of paper. In the background is SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project. Close-up.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • JOHANNA WINCHESTER
  • SNCC

 

643-650 Local African-American children

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643

A local African-American girl pensively rests her chin on her hand in a pew in probably Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH

644

Local African-American girl. [Scanned image] A local African-American girl pensively rests her chin on her hand in a pew in probably Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH

645

A local African-American girl pensively rests her chin on her hand in a pew in probably Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH

646

A local African-American girl sits pensively in a pew in probably Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH

647

Another local African-American girl leans her head on her hand in a pew in probably Mt. Zion Baptist Church -- close-up from behind.

  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH

648

African-American child in pigtails.[Scanned image] A little African-American girl with her hair in pigtails -- close-up.

649

A little African-American girl with her hair in pigtails -- close-up.

650

Minister and child. [Scanned image] A Caucasian man in a suit sits on the floor encircling a little African-American girl with his arms. He is probably a visiting minister with the Hattiesburg Ministers Project.

  • MINISTERS PROJECT

SUB-SERIES 14, Prints #651-807: Freedom Schools, MFDP meetings, Free Southern Theater, folksinger Pete Seeger, July-August 1964

651-664 Volunteer Beth More and her Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church at 900 Spencer Street

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651

Beth More helps register. [Scanned image] Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota) helps a local African-American child fill out a form on the porch of a brick building. She is probably helping students register for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where she was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

652

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota) probably helps a local African-American child register for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where she was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

653

Beth More and Cynthia Perteet at Freedom School registration. [Scanned image] Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota) listens to local African-American child Cynthia Perteet, probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • CYNTHIA PERTEET
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

654

Beth More at Freedom School registration. [Scanned image] Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota) probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher -- close-up. In the background is local African-American girl Cynthia Perteet.

  • BETH MORE
  • CYNTHIA PERTEET
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

655

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota) with local African-American child Cynthia Perteet, probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • CYNTHIA PERTEET
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

656

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher. To her right are three local African-American children, one of whom is Cynthia Perteet.

  • BETH MORE
  • CYNTHIA PERTEET
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

657

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), laughs with a local African-American child, probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

658

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), watches as a local African-American child fills out a form, probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

659

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota) and a local African-American girl, probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

660

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), laughs with a local African-American child filling out a form, probably during registration for the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church, where More was a teacher.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

661

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), laughs with two local African-American children in her Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

662

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), plays a game and laughs with her Freedom School class outside of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

663

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), plays a game and laughs with her Freedom School class outside of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

664

Volunteer Beth More (St. Paul, Minnesota; a student at the University of Minnesota), plays a game and laughs with her Freedom School class outside of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • BETH MORE
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

665-687 MFDP meeting at St. Paul United Methodist Church at 215 East 5th Street in Hattiesburg

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St. Paul United Methodist Church -- exterior view. [Scanned image] Automobiles parked in front and alongside belong to people attending an MFDP meeting inside.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

666

A crowd fills the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church for an MFDP meeting.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

667

A crowd fills the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church for an MFDP meeting.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

668

A crowd fills the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church for an MFDP meeting -- closer view.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

669

MFDP meeting at St. Paul United Methodist Church, view from altar. [Scanned image] Local African-American residents and some volunteers make up the crowd filling the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church for an MFDP meeting. Seated on the front pew are local civil rights activists (left to right) Peggy Jean Connor, Marie Blalock, and Helen Anderson. James Bourne sits two pews behind them.

  • HELEN ANDERSON
  • MARIE BLALOCK
  • JAMES BOURNE
  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

670

Local African-American residents and some volunteers make up the crowd filling the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church for an MFDP meeting. Seated on the front pew are local civil rights activists (left to right) Peggy Jean Connor, Marie Blalock, and Helen Anderson. James Bourne sits two pews behind them.

  • HELEN ANDERSON
  • MARIE BLALOCK
  • JAMES BOURNE
  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

671

Sandy Leigh at MFDP meeting. [Scanned image] SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, (left) sits at a table in front of the altar with a local African-American man wearing a SNCC pin during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

672

MFDP meeting at St. Paul United Methodist Church, view from rear. [Scanned image] SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, (left) sits at a table in front of the altar with a local African-American man during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Standing to their left is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois) Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project). Seated in front of her is local civil rights leader Peggy Jean Connor.

  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • LORNE CRESS
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

673

SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, (left) sits at a table in front of the altar with a local African-American man during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Standing to their left is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois) Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project). Seated in front of her is local civil rights leader Peggy Jean Connor.

  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • LORNE CRESS
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

674

SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, addresses an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Sitting at his left is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois) Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project).

  • LORNE CRESS
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

675

Sandy Leigh and Lorne Cress at MFDP meeting. [Scanned image] SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, addresses an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Sitting at his left is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois) Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project).

  • LORNE CRESS
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

676

SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh (New York City), Director of the Hattiesburg project, writes at a table in front of the altar during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Sitting at his right is a local young African-American woman.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

677

A local African-American man wearing a SNCC pin writes at a table in front of the altar during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

678

Local African American man at MFDP meeting. [Scanned image] A local African-American man wearing a SNCC pin writes at a table in front of the altar during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

679

Local civil rights leader Peggy Jean Connor at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Behind her is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois) Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project).

  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • LORNE CRESS
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

680

Local civil rights activist Anne Smith Taylor at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Behind her is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois) Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project).

  • ANNE SMITH TAYLOR
  • LORNE CRESS
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

681

Local civil rights activist Anne Smith Taylor writes at a table at an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church. Standing behind her is volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois) Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project).

  • ANNE SMITH TAYLOR
  • LORNE CRESS
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

682

A local young African-American woman in a flower print dress stands behind a table in front of the altar during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

683

A local young African-American woman in a flower print dress sits at a table in front of the altar during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

684

Young African-American woman taking notes at MFDP meeting. [Scanned image] A local young African-American woman in a flower print dress sits at a table in front of the altar during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

685

A local young African-American woman in a flower print dress sits resting her chin on her hand at a table in front of the altar during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church -- close-up.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

686

Young African-American woman singing. [Scanned image] A local young African-American woman in a flower print dress sings probably a Freedom Song during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church -- close-up.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SINGING
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

687

A local young African-American woman in a flower print dress sings probably a Freedom Song during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of St. Paul United Methodist Church -- close-up.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SINGING
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

688-699 Local people and volunteers leave St. Paul United Methodist Church at 215 East 5th Street in Hattiesburg after an MFDP meeting

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After MFDP meeting (1). [Scanned image] Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. The Caucasian male volunteer in the foreground wears a SNCC pin. Several steps above him, folksinger 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan) turns to his left to talk with volunteer Carolyn Reese (Detroit, Michigan school teacher), Co-Coordinator of the Freedom Schools in the Hattiesburg project.

  • JOE HARRISON
  • CAROLYN REESE
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

689

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. On the top step, bending over, is volunteer Carolyn Reese (Detroit, Michigan school teacher), CO-Coordinator of the Freedom Schools in the Hattiesburg project. Talking with her is folksinger 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan). Standing on a lower step, wearing a hat and a white shirt, with his back to the camera, is local civil rights leader J.C. Fairley. To his right, with dark hair, is volunteer Barbara Schwartzbaum (New York City; a student at City College of New York), who was a teacher in the Freedom School at Morning Star Baptist Church in Hattiesburg.

  • J.C. FAIRLEY
  • JOE HARRISON
  • CAROLYN REESE
  • BARBARA SCHWARTZBAUM
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

690

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. On the right is volunteer Carolyn Reese (Detroit, Michigan school teacher), CO-Coordinator of the Freedom Schools in the Hattiesburg project. She is talking with folksinger 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan). Local African-American resident Mrs. Johnson is in the center foreground. The second person to her right is a Mrs. Wright.

  • JOE HARRISON
  • ________ JOHNSON
  • CAROLYN REESE
  • ________WRIGHT
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

691

Volunteers and local African-American residents on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting.

  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

692

After MFDP meeting (2). [Scanned image] Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. On the right is volunteer Carolyn Reese (Detroit, Michigan school teacher), CO-Coordinator of the Freedom Schools in the Hattiesburg project. She is talking with folksinger 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan). In the center foreground is volunteer Denise Jackson (Detroit, Michigan; a student at Barnard College), who taught in the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • JOE HARRISON
  • DENISE JACKSON
  • CAROLYN REESE
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

693

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. Standing on the top step, smoking a cigarette, is folksinger 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan). To the right of him, wearing a white dress, is volunteer Carolyn Reese (Detroit, Michigan school teacher), CO-Coordinator of the Freedom Schools in the Hattiesburg project. In the right foreground, grimacing, is volunteer Denise Jackson (Detroit, Michigan; a student at Barnard College), who taught in the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • DENISE JACKSON
  • JOE HARRISON
  • CAROLYN REESE
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

694

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. Standing on the top step, smoking a cigarette, is folksinger 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan). To the right of him, wearing a white dress, is volunteer Carolyn Reese (Detroit, Michigan school teacher), CO-Coordinator of the Freedom Schools in the Hattiesburg project. In the right foreground, grimacing, is volunteer Denise Jackson (Detroit, Michigan; a student at Barnard College), who taught in the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • DENISE JACKSON
  • JOE HARRISON
  • CAROLYN REESE
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

695

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. The African-American man standing on the top step facing to the right is local resident Nathan Bourn. Barely visible on the right is volunteer Paula Pace (Greenwich, Connecticut; a student at Bryn Mawr College), who taught in the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • NATHAN BOURN
  • PAULA PACE
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

696

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. Walking down the steps is folksinger 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan). Standing to the right is volunteer Peter Werner (Flint, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan), who taught in the Freedom School at True Light Baptist Church.

  • JOE HARRISON
  • PETER WERNER
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

697

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. Sitting on the low wall at the right is volunteer Paula Pace (Greenwich, Connecticut; a student at Bryn Mawr College), who taught in the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • PAULA PACE
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

698

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. Sitting on the low wall at the right is volunteer Paula Pace (Greenwich, Connecticut; a student at Bryn Mawr College), who taught in the Freedom School at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • PAULA PACE
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

699

Volunteers and local African-American residents mingle on the front steps of St. Paul United Methodist Church after an MFDP meeting. Local African-American resident Mrs. Johnson turns to speak to a Mrs. Wright.

  • ________ JOHNSON
  • ________WRIGHT
  • ST. PAUL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

700-709 MFDP meeting in an African-American church

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700

A group of local African-American residents attend an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church. At the left is local African-American resident Carrie Houze. In the pew behind her, wearing a suit and tie, is Reverend L.P. Ponder, pastor of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing and Bentley Chapel Methodist Church in Hattiesburg. Behind him sit (left to right) brothers James Harris and Anthony Harris and their mother Daisy Harris.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • DAISY HARRIS
  • JAMES HARRIS
  • CARRIE HOUZE
  • REVEREND LP PONDER
  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

701

A group of local African-American residents attend an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church. At the left is Carrie Houze. In the pew behind her, wearing a suit and tie, is Reverend LP Ponder, pastor of St. John United Methodist Church in Palmers Crossing and Bentley Chapel Methodist Church in Hattiesburg. Behind him sit (left to right) brothers James Harris and Anthony Harris and their mother Daisy Harris.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • DAISY HARRIS
  • JAMES HARRIS
  • CARRIE HOUZE
  • REVEREND LP PONDER
  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

702

A large crowd of local African-American residents attend an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church.

  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

703

African American man at MFDP meeting. [Scanned image] An elderly African-American man attends an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

704

An elderly African-American man attends an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church -- close-up. He wears a SNCC button.

  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

705

An elderly African-American man attends an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

706

A young African-American woman attends an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church -- close-up. In the pew behind her are two Caucasian male volunteers.

  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

707

Local African-American resident Ceola Wallace attends an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • CEOLA WALLACE
  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

708

A local African-American woman, wearing a SNCC pin, stands at her seat in a pew and reads from a notebook during an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church.

  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

709

A young African-American woman attends an MFDP meeting in the sanctuary of an African-American church -- close-up. She wears a SNCC pin which reads "Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee / We Shall Overcome".

  • ________ CHURCH
  • MFDP
  • SNCC
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

710-724 The Free Southern Theater’s performance of Martin Duberman’s play “In White America” at True Light Baptist Church at 1101 Dewey Street on August 3

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710

A hand-lettered sign reading "The Free Southern Theater / presents / In White America / A Live Play / Mon. August 3 / True Light / 8:30 p.m. / Tuesday Aug. 4 / Mt. Zion / 7:30 p.m. / Admission Free" is posted on a bulletin board. The play, by Martin Duberman, was first performed in New York City on October 31, 1963 to rave reviews. Duberman used primary source materials to portray the American Negro's two-centuries-long struggle for freedom.

  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

711

Free Southern Theater's performances of "In White America". [Scanned image] A hand-lettered sign on crumpled paper reads "Free Southern Theater / presents / "In White America" / A Live Play / Mon. Aug. 3 / True Light / 8:30 p.m. / Tues. Aug. 4 / Mt. Zion [crossed out and replaced with] St. Paul's / 8:30 p.m. / Admission Free!"

  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

712

African American child in doorway. [Scanned image] A local African-American child sits in the doorway of an African-American church near a hand-lettered sign on crumpled paper reading "Free Southern Theater / presents / "In White America" / A Live Play / Mon. Aug. 3 / True Light / 8:30 p.m. / Tues. Aug. 4 / Mt. Zion [crossed out and replaced with] St. Paul's / 8:30 p.m. / Admission Free!"

  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

713

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Eric Weinberger and Denise Nicholas.

  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

714

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (left to right) Denise Nicholas, Eric Weinberger, and Susan Tabor.

  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • SUSAN TABOR
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

715

"In White America" performance (1). [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Eric Weinberger and Denise Nicholas.

  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

716

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Eric Weinberger and Denise Nicholas.

  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

717

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Eric Weinberger and Denise Nicholas. SNCC Field Secretary Stu House plays guitar. House was substituting for the FST's regular guitarist Roger Johnson, who was ill.

  • STU HOUSE
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

718

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (foreground) Eric Weinberger and Denise Nicholas and (left background) Lester Galt. SNCC Field Secretary Stu House plays guitar.

  • LESTER GALT
  • STU HOUSE
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

719

"In White America" performance (2). [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Lester Galt and Denise Nicholas.

  • LESTER GALT
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

720

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Lester Galt and Denise Nicholas.

  • LESTER GALT
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

721

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (left to right) Gilbert Moses, FST co-founder, and Eric Weinberger.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

722

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (foreground, left to right) Susan Tabor and Denise Nicholas, (background, left to right) Lester Galt and SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal, FST cofounder

  • LESTER GALT
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • SUSAN TABOR
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

723

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (foreground, left to right) Susan Tabor and Denise Nicholas, (background, left to right) Lester Galt and SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal, FST cofounder

  • LESTER GALT
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • SUSAN TABOR
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

724

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (foreground, left to right) Susan Tabor and Denise Nicholas, (background, left to right) Lester Galt and SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal, FST cofounder

  • LESTER GALT
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • SUSAN TABOR
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

725-748 The Free Southern Theater’s performance of Martin Duberman’s play “In White America” at True Light Baptist Church at 1101 Dewey Street on August 3 ( continued)

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The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are FST cofounder Gilbert Moses and Denise Nicholas.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

726

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Denise Nicholas and FST co-founders Gilbert Moses (standing) and SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal (foreground).

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

727

Denise Nicholas, John O'Neal, and Gilbert Moses in performance. [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Denise Nicholas and FST cofounders Gilbert Moses (standing) and SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal (background).

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

728

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are FST cofounder Gilbert Moses and Denise Nicholas.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

729

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (left to right) Lester Galt and SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal, FST cofounder

  • LESTER GALT
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

730

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are Susan Tabor and FST cofounder Gilbert Moses.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • SUSAN TABOR
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

731

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are (foreground, left to right) FST cofounders SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal and Gilbert Moses and (background) Denise Nicholas.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

732

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are FST cofounders SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal and Gilbert Moses, holding an American flag.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

733

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. FST actors in the scene are FST cofounders SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal, holding an American flag, and Gilbert Moses

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

734

Stu House and Denise Nicholas in performance. [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is Denise Nicholas. SNCC Field Secretary Stu House plays guitar.

  • STU HOUSE
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

735

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is Denise Nicholas -- close-up.

  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

736

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is Denise Nicholas -- close-up.

  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

737

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is FST cofounder Gilbert Moses -- close-up.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

738

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is FST cofounder Gilbert Moses -- close-up.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

739

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is FST cofounder Gilbert Moses -- close-up.

  • GILBERT MOSES
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

740

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is Eric Weinberger -- close-up.

  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

741

Eric Weinberger in performance. [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is Eric Weinberger -- close-up.

  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

742

John O'Neal in performance. [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal, FST cofounder -- close-up.

  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

743

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal, FST cofounder -- close-up.

  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

744

Susan Tabor in performance. [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is Susan Tabor -- close-up.

  • SUSAN TABOR
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

745

Stu House in performance. [Scanned image] The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is SNCC Field Secretary Stu House playing guitar -- close-up.

  • STU HOUSE
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

746

The Free Southern Theater performs Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church. The FST actor in the scene is SNCC Field Secretary Stu House playing guitar -- view from behind, showing audience.

  • STU HOUSE
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

747

The Free Southern Theater actors bow to the audience after their performance of Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church: (left to right) SNCC Field Secretary Stu House with his guitar, Lester Galt, Eric Weinberger, Denise Nicholas, Susan Tabor, and FST cofounders Gilbert Moses and SNCC Field Secretary John O'Neal. Local African-American civil rights activist John Gould is at the far left.

  • LESTER GALT
  • JOHN GOULD
  • STU HOUSE
  • GILBERT MOSES
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • JOHN O'NEAL
  • SUSAN TABOR
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

748

The Free Southern Theater actors leave the stage after their performance of Martin Duberman's "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church: (left to right) SNCC Field Secretary Stu House with his guitar, Lester Galt, Eric Weinberger, Denise Nicholas, Susan Tabor, and FST cofounder Gilbert Moses. Local African-American civil rights activist John Gould is at the far left.

  • LESTER GALT
  • JOHN GOULD
  • STU HOUSE
  • GILBERT MOSES
  • DENISE NICHOLAS
  • SUSAN TABOR
  • ERIC WEINBERGER
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

749-756 Local people and volunteers singing "We Shall Overcome" in True Light Baptist Church at 1101 Dewey Street, probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" on August 3

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"We Shall Overcome". [Scanned image] With arms crossed and hands joined, local African-American residents and volunteers sing "We Shall Overcome", probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" in a crowded True Light Baptist Church. FST guitarist, SNCC Field Secretary Stu House is at the left. In the upper right are volunteers Nancy and Joseph Ellin (Kalamazoo, Michigan; Joseph was a professor in the Philosophy Department at Western Michigan University), both wearing glasses. Nancy was a Freedom School teacher at True Light Baptist Church and supervised the Freedom Libraries in the Hattiesburg project; Joe taught in the Freedom School at Priest Creek Missionary Baptist Church in Palmers Crossing.

  • JOSEPH ELLIN
  • NANCY ELLIN
  • STU HOUSE
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SINGING
  • SNCC

750

With arms crossed and hands joined, local African-American residents and volunteers -- some in the balcony -- sing "We Shall Overcome", probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" in a crowded True Light Baptist Church.

  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SINGING

751

A Caucasian male volunteer and local African-American residents sing, probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" in a crowded True Light Baptist Church.

  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SINGING

752

Barbara Schwartzbaum and others singing. [Scanned image] Volunteer Barbara Schwartzbaum (New York City; a student at City College of New York), who was a teacher in the Freedom School at Morning Star Baptist Church, and local African-American residents sing, probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" in a crowded True Light Baptist Church.

  • BARBARA SCHWARTZBAUM
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SINGING

753

Local African-American resident Lana Beard, with light skin, other African-American residents, and Caucasian volunteers sing "We Shall Overcome" with crossed arms and joined hands, probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" in a crowded True Light Baptist Church.

  • LANA BEARD
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SINGING

754

Lorne Cress singing. [Scanned image] Volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project), sings, probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" in a crowded True Light Baptist Church -- close-up.

  • LORNE CRESS
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SINGING

755

Doug Smith and Clarence Wilson sing. [Scanned image] Local African-American teenager Doug Smith, Assistant Director and Youth Coordinator of the Hattiesburg project, (left), Clarence Wilson (center), and another local male African-American teenager sing, probably following the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" in a crowded True Light Baptist Church.

  • DOUG SMITH
  • CLARENCE WILSON
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SINGING

756

Voter registration volunteer Reverend Jim Nance (Trenton, Tennessee) walks down the railroad tracks near 5th and Mobile Streets on his way to canvass an African-American neighborhood door-to-door, explaining voter registration procedures. See also print #510.

  • REVEREND JIM NANCE
  • NEAR 5TH AND MOBILE STREETS
  • VOTER REGISTRATION

757-779 Legendary folksinger and social activist Pete Seeger gives a performance and teaches a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church at 900 Spencer Street on August 4

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757

Pete Seeger performs at Mt. Zion Baptist Church -- close-up. [Scanned image] Folksinger Pete Seeger plays his guitar and sings in front of the altar in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SINGING

758

Folksinger Pete Seeger plays his guitar and sings in front of the altar in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SINGING

759

Pete Seeger performs at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. [Scanned image] Folksinger Pete Seeger plays his guitar and sings in front of the altar in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Heads of people in the audience are visible in the foreground.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SINGING

760

Folksinger Pete Seeger plays his guitar and sings in front of the altar in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Heads of people in the audience are visible in the foreground.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SINGING

761

Probably SNCC Field Secretary Stu House playing guitar for the audience of the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church on August 3. Local African-American boy Gregory Connor is in the foreground.

  • GREGORY CONNOR
  • STU HOUSE
  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"
  • SNCC

762

Probably a view of the audience of the Free Southern Theater's performance of Martin Duberman's play "In White America" at True Light Baptist Church on August 3.

  • TRUE LIGHT BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FREE SOUTHERN THEATER
  • "IN WHITE AMERICA"

763

Pete Seeger plays his guitar for Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. [Scanned image] Folksinger Pete Seeger, sitting on a chair, plays his guitar for a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

764

Folksinger Pete Seeger talks to a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church as students take notes. Student Anthony Harris is on his left.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

765

Folksinger Pete Seeger talks to a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Student Anthony Harris is on his left.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

766

Pete Seeger and Anthony Harris. [Scanned image] Folksinger Pete Seeger and Freedom School student Anthony Harris on his left confer about a piece of sheet music (?) in a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

767

Folksinger Pete Seeger and Freedom School student Anthony Harris on his left confer about a piece of sheet music (?) in a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

768

Folksinger Pete Seeger and Freedom School student Anthony Harris on his left confer about a piece of sheet music (?) in a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

769

Folksinger Pete Seeger talks to a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Student Anthony Harris is on his left.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

770

Folksinger Pete Seeger talks to a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Student Anthony Harris is on his left. Close-up.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

771

Folksinger Pete Seeger talks to a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Student Anthony Harris is on his left. Close-up.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

772

Folksinger Pete Seeger talks to a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Student Anthony Harris is just visible on his left, and student Herbert Knox leans forward, his elbows on his knees, almost silhouetted in the sunshine from the window.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • HERBERT KNOX
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

773

Pete Seeger and Freedom School class. [Scanned image] Folksinger Pete Seeger talks to a Freedom School class at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Student Anthony Harris is just visible on his left, and student Herbert Knox leans forward, his elbows on his knees.

  • ANTHONY HARRIS
  • HERBERT KNOX
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

774

Pete Seeger and Roger Johnson outside Victoria Jackson Gray's campaign headquarters. Folksinger Pete Seeger and Free Southern Theater guitarist Roger Johnson (left) stand blinking in the hot South Mississippi sun outside local civil rights leader Victoria Jackson Gray's US Senate campaign headquarters (note campaign sign) at 507 Mobile Street, the same location as that of the Hattiesburg project headquarters.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ROGER JOHNSON
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PROJECT HEADQUARTERS
  • 500 BLOCK MOBILE STREET
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • MFDP
  • SNCC

775

Folksinger Pete Seeger and Free Southern Theater guitarist Roger Johnson (right) stand blinking in the hot South Mississippi sun outside local civil rights leader Victoria Jackson Gray's US Senate campaign headquarters (note campaign sign) at 507 Mobile Street, the same location as that of the Hattiesburg project headquarters. A SNCC bumper sticker reading "One Man X One Vote" has been stuck on the window.

  • VICTORIA JACKSON GRAY
  • ROGER JOHNSON
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PROJECT HEADQUARTERS
  • 500 BLOCK MOBILE STREET
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • MFDP
  • SNCC

776

Folksinger Pete Seeger stands inside the Hattiesburg project headquarters at 507 Mobile Street.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • PROJECT HEADQUARTERS
  • 500 BLOCK MOBILE STREET
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SNCC

777

Three folksingers talk together inside the Hattiesburg project headquarters at 507 Mobile Street: (left to right) Pete Seeger, Free Southern Theater guitarist Roger Johnson, and 'Folksy' Joe (Joseph Decker) Harrison (Ann Arbor, Michigan; a student at the University of Michigan).

  • JOE HARRISON
  • ROGER JOHNSON
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PROJECT HEADQUARTERS
  • 500 BLOCK MOBILE STREET
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SNCC

778

Folksinger Pete Seeger stands inside the Hattiesburg project headquarters at 507 Mobile Street.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • PROJECT HEADQUARTERS
  • 500 BLOCK MOBILE STREET
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SNCC

779-789 Legendary folksinger and social activist Pete Seeger gives a performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center on August 4

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Pete Seeger performs at the Palmers Crossing Community Center. [Scanned image] Folksinger Pete Seeger gives a performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center. Freedom School student Carolyn Moncure is seated second from the right in a chair in the rear. Also in the photograph is Freedom School student Clarence Clark.

  • CLARENCE CLARK
  • CAROLYN MONCURE
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

780

Folksinger Pete Seeger gives a performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center. Freedom School student Carolyn Moncure is seated second from the right in a chair in the rear. Also in the photograph is Freedom School student James Luvene.

  • JAMES LUVENE
  • CAROLYN MONCURE
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

781

Larry Lee sings. [Scanned image] Freedom School student Larry Lee sings, probably during folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- close-up.

  • LARRY LEE
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS
  • SINGING

782

Freedom School student Larry Lee sings, probably during folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- close-up.

  • LARRY LEE
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS
  • SINGING

783

Freedom School student Larry Lee sings, probably during folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center.

  • LARRY LEE
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS
  • SINGING

784

A group of local African-American children sitting on the floor listen probably to folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center. The two boys in the foreground are (left to right) Don Luther Moore and Sammy Perkins. The two little girls in the center are the Stewart sisters; Marian is on the right.

  • DON LUTHER MOORE
  • SAMMY PERKINS
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MARIAN STEWART
  • ________ STEWART
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

785

A group of local African-American children sitting on the floor listen probably to folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

786

Freeman Lott and others sit and listen. [Scanned image] A group of local African-American children sitting on the floor listen probably to folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- close-up. The boy in the foreground is Freeman Lott.

  • FREEMAN LOTT
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

787

A group of local African-American children sitting on the floor listen probably to folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- close-up. The girl in the center is Diane Hardy.

  • DIANE HARDY
  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

788

A little African-American boy listens intently, resting his chin on his hand, probably to folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- close-up.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

789

A little African-American boy listens intently, resting his chin on his hand, probably to folksinger Pete Seeger's performance to a crowd of Freedom School students, local African-American residents, and volunteers at the Palmers Crossing Community Center -- close-up.

  • PETE SEEGER
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • FREEDOM SCHOOLS

790-792 Folksingers Pete Seeger and Roger Johnson sing "We Shall Overcome" to an audience in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church on August 4

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Roger Johnson and Pete Seeger lead "We Shall Overcome". [Scanned image] Folksingers Pete Seeger and Free Southern Theater guitarist Roger Johnson, arms crossed and hands joined, lead the audience in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in singing "We Shall Overcome" -- close-up.

  • ROGER JOHNSON
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SINGING

791

Folksingers Pete Seeger and Free Southern Theater guitarist Roger Johnson, arms crossed and hands joined, lead the audience in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in singing "We Shall Overcome".

  • ROGER JOHNSON
  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SINGING

792

Folksinger Pete Seeger, arms crossed and hands joined with those on either side, leads the audience in the sanctuary of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in singing "We Shall Overcome".

  • PETE SEEGER
  • MT. ZION BAPTIST CHURCH
  • FOLKSINGERS
  • SINGING

793-807 Meeting of SNCC leaders with volunteers in a square-pillared room of an African-American church

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793

Meeting of volunteers. [Scanned image] SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman (far right) and SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh, Director of the Hattiesburg project, (sitting at the table in front of the right pillar) lead a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church.

  • JAMES FORMAN
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • ________ CHURCH
  • SNCC

794

SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman, leaning against a pillar, addresses a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church.

  • JAMES FORMAN
  • ________ CHURCH
  • SNCC

795

James Forman addresses volunteers. [Scanned image] SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman, leaning against a pillar, addresses a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church. The African-American man wearing a tie and glasses is volunteer Arthur Reese (Detroit, Michigan school principal), CO-Coordinator of the Hattiesburg Freedom Schools.

  • JAMES FORMAN
  • ARTHUR REESE
  • ________ CHURCH
  • SNCC

796

James Forman -- close-up. [Scanned image] SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman, leaning against a pillar, addresses a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • JAMES FORMAN
  • ________ CHURCH
  • SNCC

797

SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman, leaning against a pillar, addresses a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • JAMES FORMAN
  • ________ CHURCH
  • SNCC

798

SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman, sitting at a table, probably at a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • JAMES FORMAN
  • SNCC

799

Volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project) engages SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman in discussion, probably at a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church.

  • LORNE CRESS
  • JAMES FORMAN
  • SNCC

800

Volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project), probably at a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • LORNE CRESS

801

Volunteer Lorne Cress (Chicago, Illinois; Director of the Community Centers in the Hattiesburg project), probably at a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • LORNE CRESS

802

SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh, Director of the Hattiesburg project, (foreground) and SNCC Executive Secretary James Forman lead a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • JAMES FORMAN
  • SANDY LEIGH
  • SNCC

803

SNCC Field Secretary Sandy Leigh, Director of the Hattiesburg project, keeps cools with a paper fan, probably at a meeting of mostly volunteers and some local African-American residents in a square-pillared room of an African-American church -- close-up.

  • SANDY LEIGH
  • SNCC

804

Lawrence Guyot. [Scanned image] SNCC Field Secretary Lawrence Guyot (Pass Christian, Mississippi), director of SNCC activities in Hattiesburg prior to John O'Neal, who was succeeded by Sandy Leigh.

  • LAWRENCE GUYOT
  • SNCC

805

SNCC Field Secretary Lawrence Guyot (Pass Christian, Mississippi), director of SNCC activities in Hattiesburg prior to John O'Neal, who was succeeded by Sandy Leigh -- close-up.

  • LAWRENCE GUYOT
  • SNCC

806

Arthur Reese, close-up. [Scanned image] Volunteer Arthur Reese (Detroit, Michigan school principal), CO-Coordinator of the Hattiesburg Freedom Schools -- close-up.

  • ARTHUR REESE

807

A young African-American woman wearing glasses -- close-up.

SUB-SERIES 15, Prints #808-824: Second Community Center, July-August 1964

 808-810 Local African-American male teenagers and boys on the porch of a house on Gravel Line Street

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808

A group of African-American male teenagers and boys sit on the porch of a house on Gravel Line Street in Hattiesburg. Two signs reading "MFDP" have been affixed to the front of the house. Some of the young men are Robert Evans, Douglas Gray, Samuel Howze, Alfred McGee, James Townes.

  • ROBERT EVANS
  • DOUGLAS GRAY
  • SAMUEL HOWZE
  • ALFRED MCGEE
  • JAMES TOWNES
  • GRAVEL LINE STREET
  • MFDP

809

African-American youths on porch (1). [Scanned image] A group of African-American male teenagers and boys sit on the porch of a house on Gravel Line Street in Hattiesburg. Two signs reading "MFDP" have been affixed to the front of the house. Some of the young men are Robert Evans, Douglas Gray, Samuel Howze, Alfred McGee, James Townes.

  • ROBERT EVANS
  • DOUGLAS GRAY
  • SAMUEL HOWZE
  • ALFRED MCGEE
  • JAMES TOWNES
  • GRAVEL LINE STREET
  • MFDP

810

African-American youths on porch (2). [Scanned image] A group of African-American male teenagers and boys sit on the porch of a house on Gravel Line Street in Hattiesburg. Two signs reading "MFDP" have been affixed to the front of the house. Some of the young men are Robert Evans, Douglas Gray, Samuel Howze, Alfred McGee, James Townes.

  • ROBERT EVANS
  • DOUGLAS GRAY
  • SAMUEL HOWZE
  • ALFRED MCGEE
  • JAMES TOWNES
  • GRAVEL LINE STREET
  • MFDP

811-824 Local African-American teenagers and children help to create the second Community Center, located at 1100 Dewey Street in Hattiesburg

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A local African-American male teenager stands on the porch of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project. The house was located across the street from True Light Baptist Church, host of a Freedom School, at 1101 Dewey Street. It has since been demolished.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

812

Local African-American teenager Napoleon Otis walks in the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • NAPOLEON OTIS
  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

813

A group of local African-American children rake the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

814

Refurbishing the second Community Center. [Scanned image] A group of local African-American children rake the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

815

A group of local African-American children rake the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

816

A group of local African-American children rake the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

817

Two local African-American children rake the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project -- closer view.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

818

Cleaning up the community center. [Scanned image] A group of local African-American male teenagers and boys and two Caucasian male volunteers pick up litter in the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

819

A group of local African-American male teenagers and boys and two Caucasian male volunteers pick up litter in the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project. Two of the local young men are James Townes and Willie 'June Bug' Patterson.

  • WILLIE PATTERSON
  • JAMES TOWNES
  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

820

Cleaning the yard of the second Community Center. [Scanned image] A group of local African-American male teenagers and boys and two Caucasian male volunteers pick up litter in the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project. Two of the local young men are James Townes and Willie 'June Bug' Patterson.

  • WILLIE PATTERSON
  • JAMES TOWNES
  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

821

A group of local African-American male teenagers and boys and two Caucasian male volunteers pick up litter in the yard of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

822

Sweeping the porch of the second Community Center. [Scanned image] A local African-American girl and two younger African-American boys sweep and remove litter from the front porch of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

823

A local African-American girl sweeps the front porch of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

824

A local African-American girl sweeps the front porch, with the help of a younger African-American boy, of the house at 1100 Dewey Street, in process of being refurbished for use as the second Community Center in the Hattiesburg project.

  • DEWEY STREET
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

SUB-SERIES 16, Prints #825-831: Miscellaneous, July-August 1964

825-831 Miscellaneous

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825

Hattiesburg resident -- close-up. [Scanned image] Local elderly African-American man with a pipe -- close-up.

826

African-American child with bicycle. [Scanned image] A local African-American boy stands with his bicycle in front of a series of impoverished row houses on 6th Street in Hattiesburg. See also #410, 411.

  • 6TH STREET
  • POVERTY

827

A local African-American man steps out of one of the African-American-owned businesses in the 500 block of Mobile Street, across the street from project headquarters at 507 Mobile. Two of the signs advertise the businesses of prominent civil rights activists: Jean's Beauty Shop was owned by Peggy Jean Connor and the Shoe Shine Parlor by her father John Henry Gould, both businesses located at 510 Mobile Street. The third sign is for the City Beauty Salon. None of the buildings shown in this photograph remains. See also #364 ff.

  • PEGGY JEAN CONNOR
  • JOHN HENRY GOULD
  • CITY BEAUTY SALON
  • JEAN'S BEAUTY SHOP
  • SHOE SHINE PARLOR
  • 500 BLOCK MOBILE STREET

828

Two local African-American children react to the camera in the exhibit area of the Palmers Crossing Community Center where Freedom School students' art work is on exhibit. The large sign with handprints down the left wall spells "Freedom". The little boy on the right is Pete Williams. See also #396-397.

  • PETE WILLIAMS
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

829

African-American children in exhibit area. [Scanned image] Three local African-American children react to the camera in the exhibit area of the Palmers Crossing Community Center where Freedom School students' art work is on exhibit. The large sign with handprints down the left wall spells "Freedom". In the center is Cecil Gray, son of local civil rights leader Victoria Jackson Gray. The little boy on the right is Pete Williams. See also #396-397.

  • CECIL GRAY
  • PETE WILLIAMS
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

830

Three local African-American children react to the camera in the exhibit area of the Palmers Crossing Community Center where Freedom School students' art work is on exhibit. The large sign with handprints down the left wall spells "Freedom". The little boy on the left is Cecil Gray, son of local civil rights leader Victoria Jackson Gray. In the center is Pete Williams. See also #396-397.

  • CECIL GRAY
  • PETE WILLIAMS
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

831

Three local African-American children react to the camera in the exhibit area of the Palmers Crossing Community Center where Freedom School students' art work is on exhibit. The large sign with handprints down the left wall spells "Freedom". In the center is Cecil Gray, son of local civil rights leader Victoria Jackson Gray. The little boy on the right is Pete Williams. See also #396-397.

  • CECIL GRAY
  • PETE WILLIAMS
  • PALMERS CROSSING
  • COMMUNITY CENTERS

 

 


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