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Collection Title: Faulkner (Leesha) Civil Rights Collection

Accession Number: M 398

Dates: 1932-1995, bulk dates 1960-1970

Volume: 5.2 cubic feet

Provenance: Materials in this collection were generated and/or collected by Ms. Leesha Faulkner

Donor: Donated by Ms. Leesha Faulkner between 1995 and 1998.

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).

Biographical/Historical Sketch:

Leesha Faulkner (Cooper) is an experienced journalist who has worked for a number of newspapers, including The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, Mississippi, the Monroe News-Star in Monroe, Louisiana, and the Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal in Tupelo, Mississippi. While working for The Clarion-Ledger she wrote at length about the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission and eventually was instrumental in having the Commission’s files opened at the University of Southern Mississippi.

In 1994 Faulkner completed her Master’s degree at Mississippi College entitled, “To Stem the Tide: The Mississippi Sovereignty Commission and Civil Rights, 1956-1973”, and worked toward a Ph.D. at the University of Southern Mississippi. During the course of her research she compiled an extensive collection of civil rights-related materials.

Sources Consulted:

Case file

Related Collections:

M32 American Civil Liberties Union Southern Regional Office
M191 Johnson (Paul B.) Family Papers
M313 Marx (Charles) Papers
M319 Johnston (Erle E.) Papers
M404 Dukes (William F.) FBI Scrapbook

Scope and Content Note:

The Leesha Faulkner papers are an engaging group of materials that give an in depth look into the Civil Rights Movement and primarily the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission. The collection has been divided into ten series.

Series I: ACLU Documents contains materials relating to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). It also has the court documents, ACLU vs. Cliff Finch, et. al. (1977), ACLU vs. Kirk Fordice, et. al. (ca. 1993), and ACLU vs. Ray Mabus (1989 and 1993). These transcripts provide information not only about the ACLU, but also the people involved.

Series II: Civil Rights Documents contains materials relating to the Civil Rights Movement. It has items related to school desegregation, the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project of 1964, and the murders of Andrew Goodman, James Chaney, Michael Schwerner in the summer of 1964. Faulkner also included her own personal files on civil rights. Her civil rights files contain newsletters, correspondences, articles, and many other items that provide a plethora of information about the Civil Rights Movement.

Series III: Correspondence (1956-1993) contains letters and memos from various people and organizations related to the Civil Rights Movement. Many of the letters are related to the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission, Erle Johnston, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). The letters also contain information on what was happening in Mississippi at the time.

Series IV: Leesha Faulkner’s Master’s Thesis and Research Notes contains the source material Faulkner gathered for her thesis and a copy of her finished thesis from Mississippi College. Her research notes are mostly written documentation on the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission.

Series V: Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission in large part contains investigative reports by the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission on various people related to the Civil Rights Movement, including student volunteers, NAACP members as well as members of other civil rights organizations, and African-American preachers and churches. This series provides considerable insight into the activities of the Commission.

Series VI: Newspaper and Magazine Articles contains many articles related to the Civil Rights Movement, Freedom Summer, and the Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission. This series also includes the extensive articles Leesha Faulkner wrote on the Commission while working for The Clarion-Ledger.

Series VII: Pamphlets includes a plethora of pamphlets ranging in dates from the 1930s to the 1980s. They provide information on various topics, including race, economics, and religion.

Series VIII: University of Mississippi contains documents related to the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss). This series also contains 46 photographs from the 1962 Ole Miss riots. The riots were in response to the admission of James Meredith, the university's first African American student. The photographs provide a visual image of the campus, its students, James Meredith, Mississippi Governor Ross Barnett, and Lieutenant Governor Paul B. Johnson, Jr.

Series IX: USA v. Cecil Price, et. al., Parts 1-8 contains the entire court transcripts from the trial of the men who were accused of aiding in the murders of Andrew Goodman, James Chaney, and Michael Schwerner, as well as the transcript from their sentencing. This provides first hand accounts from the night these men were murdered as well as who was involved.

Series X: Subject Files contains an array of files related and unrelated to the Civil Rights Movement. For example, there is a file on church burnings and another on music scores. They provide a lot of background into many different and interesting topics.

Box and Folder List:

Series I: ACLU Documents
   
Box 1  
Folder 1 American Civil Liberties Union (197101993; Undated)
Folder 2 ACLU: Newspaper Articles (1968-1982)
Folder 3 ACLU vs. Cliff Finch, et. al. (1977)
Folder 4 ACLU vs. Kirk Fordice, et. al. (ca. 1993)
Folder 5 ACLU vs. Ray Mabus (1989)
Folder 6 ACLU vs. Ray Mabus, et. al. (1991)
   
Series II: Civil Rights Documents
   
Folder 7 “Biloxi City School District Desegregation…” Prospectus by David H. Dykes (1995)
Folder 8 Canton, Mississppi: Freedom School (1964)
Folder 9 Civil Rights March on Washington (Aug. 28, 1963)
Folder 10 Civil Rights Organizations (ca. 1961-1977)
Folder 11 Civil Rights Time Line (1947-1966)
Folder 12 Civil Rights Workers: Organizational Materials (ca. 1960s)
Folder 13 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 1
Folder 14 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 2
Folder 15 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 3
Folder 16 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 4
Folder 17 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 5
   
Box 2  
Folder 1 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 6
Folder 2 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 7
Folder 3 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 8
Folder 4 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 9
Folder 5 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 10
Folder 6 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 11
Folder 7 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 12
Folder 8 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 13
Folder 9 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 14
Folder 10 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File 15
Folder 11 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File (Unnumbered)
Folder 12 Faulkner, Leesha: Civil Rights File (Unnumbered)
Folder 13 Johnson, Paul B.: News Releases (June 25-30, 1964)
Folder 14 Mississippi Summer Project (1964)
Folder 15 Philadelphia, Mississippi Murders (1964)
Folder 16 Voter Registration/Poll Tax
   
Series III: Correspondence
   
Folder 17 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Feb. 27, 1956-Dec. 23, 1958)
Folder 18 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Feb. 10-Dec. 4, 1959)
Folder 19 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 13-Dec. 12, 1960)
Folder 20 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 16-Oct. 13, 1961)
Folder 21 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Feb. 26-Dec. 18, 1962)
Folder 22 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 11-Dec. 11, 1963)
Folder 23 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 6-June 29, 1964)
   
Box 3  
Folder 1 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (July 1-Dec. 28, 1964)
Folder 2 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 6-Nov. 2-3, 1965)
Folder 3 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Feb. 3-Dec. 2, 1966)
Folder 4 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 27-Nov. 21, 1967)
Folder 5 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 4-Dec. 19, 1968)
Folder 6 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 7-Dec. 9, 1969)
Folder 7 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Feb. 3-Dec. 30, 1970)
Folder 8 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 5-Oct. 18, 1971)
Folder 9 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Jan. 7-July 12, 1972; July 14, 1993)
Folder 10 Correspondence: Letters and Memos (Undated)
   
Series IV: Leesha Faulkner’s Master’s Thesis and Research Notes
   
Folder 11 Faulkner, Leesha: Master’s Thesis-Mississippi College, “To Stem the Tide: The Mississippi Sovereignty Commission and Civil Rights, 1956-1973” (1994)
Folder 12 Faulkner, Leesha: Master’s Thesis Secondary Sources
Folder 13 Faulkner, Leesha: Notes on Sovereignty Commission, etc.
Folder 14 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
Folder 15 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
Folder 16 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
Folder 17 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
Folder 18 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
   
Box 4  
Folder 1 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
Folder 2 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
Folder 3 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
Folder 4 Faulkner, Leesha: Research Notes
   
Series V: Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission
   
Folder 5 Day Detectives, Inc. (1965-1973)
Folder 6 Investigative Reports (Dec. 23, 1958-Oct. 19, 1960)
Folder 7 Investigative Reports (Jan. 25-Dec. 27, 1961)
Folder 8 Investigative Reports (Feb. 13-Nov. 20, 1962)
Folder 9 Investigative Reports (Jan. 4-Dec. 21, 1963)
Folder 10 Investigative Reports (Jan. 22-April 30, 1964)
Folder 11 Investigative Reports (May 3-July 31, 1964)
Folder 12 Investigative Reports (Aug. 1-Dec. 31, 1964)
Folder 13 Investigative Reports (Jan. 2-April 15, 1965)
   
Box 5  
Folder 1 Investigative Reports (April 16-Aug. 14, 1965)
Folder 2 Investigative Reports (Aug. 15-Dec. 31, 1965)
Folder 3 Investigative Reports (Jan. 2-April 12, 1966)
Folder 4 Investigative Reports (April 14-Aug. 24, 1966)
Folder 5 Investigative Reports (Aug. 24- Dec. 23, 1966)
Folder 6 Investigative Reports (Jan. 5-June 15, 1967)
Folder 7 Investigative Reports (June19-Dec. 8, 1967)
Folder 8 Investigative Reports (Jan. 8-May 3, 1968)
Folder 9 Investigative Reports (June 3-Dec. 30, 1968)
   
Box 6  
Folder 1 Investigative Reports (Jan. 7-July 31, 1969)
Folder 2 Investigative Reports (Aug. 10-Dec. 31, 1969)
Folder 3 Investigative Reports (Jan. 9-May 31, 1970)
Folder 4 Investigative Reports (June 8-Dec. 22, 1970)
Folder 5 Investigative Reports (Jan. 6-Dec. 20, 1971)
Folder 6 Investigative Reports (Jan 11-Dec. 12, 1972)
Folder 7 Investigative Reports (Jan. 10-May 15, 1973; Mar. 10, 1977)
Folder 8 Investigative Reports (Undated)
Folder 9 State Sovereignty Commission: “The Message from Mississippi” (1960s)
Folder 10 State Sovereignty Commission: Minutes (Aug. 8, 1966; Mar.-Oct., 1971)
Folder 11 State Sovereignty Commission: Organization and Administration (1959)
Folder 12 State Sovereignty Commission: Report (1964-1967)
Folder 13 State Sovereignty Commission: Report to Gov. Paul B. Johnson (1964)
Folder 14 State Sovereignty Commission: Report to State Legislature (1957)
Folder 15 State Sovereignty Commission: Schedules of Salaries and Travel Expenses (July 1, 1964-June 30, 1965)
Folder 16 State Sovereignty Commission: Tougaloo College
   
Series VI: Newspaper and Magazine Articles
   
Folder 17 Newspaper and Magazine Articles (1950s-1960s)
Folder 18 Newspaper and Magazine Articles (1970s)
Folder 19 Newspaper and Magazine Articles (1980s)
Folder 20 Newspaper and Magazine Articles (1990s; undated)
   
Box 7  
Folder 1 Newspaper and Magazine Articles “Southern Patriot”
Folder 2 Newspaper and Magazine Articles “Southern Patriot”
Folder 3 Newspaper and Magazine Articles “Southern Patriot”
Folder 4 Newspaper and Magazine Articles “Southern Patriot”
Folder 5 Newspaper and Magazine Articles “Southern Patriot”
   
Series VII: Pamphlets
   
Folder 6 Publication: “How to Perpetuate the Racist Power Structure”
Folder 7 Publication: “Mississippi’s Economics and Mississippi’s ‘New Image’?” by: Mike Bruland
Folder 8 Publication: Pamphlets (1932-1946)
Folder 9 Publication: Pamphlets (1950-1953)
Folder 10 Publication: Pamphlets (1954-1956)
Folder 11 Publication: Pamphlets (1960-1961)
Folder 12 Publication: Pamphlets (1962-1965)
Folder 13 Publication: Pamphlets (1978-1985; undated)
Folder 14 Publication: “Report to the Mississippi Legislature” (Feb. 24, 1981)
   
Box 8  
Folder 1 Publication: U.S. News and World Report (Oct. 15, 1962)
   
Series VIII: University of Mississippi
   
Folder 2 Meredith, James: Application for Enrollment at Ole Miss (Jan. 31, 1961)
Folder 3 Meredith, James H. vs. Charles D. Fair (1962)
Folder 4 Mississippi Highway Patrol: Reports on Ole Miss Riots (1962)
Folder 5 University of Miss.: Articles and School Newspaper (ca. 1962)
Folder 6 University of Miss.: Miscellaneous Documents (1950s-1960s)
Folder 7 University of Miss.: Official Report, re: Ole Miss Riot (1962)
Folder 8 University of Miss.: Photographs of 1962 Riots (Sept. 30, 1962)
Folder 9 University of Miss.: Photographs of 1962 Riots (Sept. 30, 1962)
Folder 10 University of Miss.: “The University and Segregation” (Feb. 21, 1963)
   
Series IX: USA v. Cecil Price, et. al.:Parts 1-8
   
Folder 11 USA v. Cecil Price, et. al.:Part I, p. 1-274
   
Box 9  
Folder 1 USA v. Cecil Price, et. al.:Part II, p. 875-1174
Folder 2 USA v. Cecil Price, et. al.:Part III, p. 1175-1649
Folder 3 USA v. Cecil Price, et. al.:Part IV, p. 1650-1949
   
Box 10  
Folder 1 USA v. Cecil Price, et. al.:Part V, p. 1950-2249
Folder 2 USA v. Cecil Price, et. al.:Part VI, p. 2250-2549
Folder 3 USA v. Cecil Price et. al.:Part VII, p. 2550-2802
Folder 4 USA v. Cecil Price et. al.:Part VIII, Transcript of Sentencing
   
Series X: Subject Files
   
Box 11  
Folder 1 American Historical Association 107th Annual Meeting (Dec. 21-20, 1992)
Folder 2 Attorney General of Mississippi: 1980 Annual Report
Folder 3 “Attorney General’s List of Subversive Organizations” (Nov. 1964)
Folder 4 Bass, Jack: Curriculum Vitae
Folder 5 Child Development Group of Mississippi (May-Dec., 1966)
Folder 6 Church Burnings/Related Arson (July 17-Nov. 2, 1964)
Folder 7 Delta Ministry (Feb. 1966-Oct. 1977)
Folder 8 FBI: Report on Communism (1960)
Folder 9 Freedom of Information (ca. 1960-1994)
Folder 10 Greene, Percy (1964-1989)
Folder 11 Headstart: Consultants and Employees (Undated)
Folder 12 Hierarchical Charts
Folder 13 Johnston, Erle: Mississippi's Defiant Years, Chapter 48: The Grenada Speech
Folder 14 Ku Klux Klan
Folder 15 Lauderdale Economic Assistance Program (1970)
Folder 16 Lists of Names and Addresses (1963; undated)
Folder 17 March on Washington (1963-1995)
Folder 18 Miscellaneous Documents (ca. 1960s-1980s)
Folder 19 Miss. Dept. of Public Safety: 1979-1980 Annual Report
Folder 20 Miss. Dept. of public Safety: Correspondence (1962-1964)
Folder 21 Miss. Highway Patrol: Report on Martin Luther King, Jr. (July 23, 1964)
Folder 22 Miss. Police State (ca. 1970s)
Folder 23 “Miss. Youth Jubilee” (April 1969)
Folder 24 Monticello, MS: Bank Robbery (Oct. 7, 1964)
Folder 25 Music Scores
Folder 26 National Newspaper Publishers Association: 20th Annual Convention (ca. 1961)
Folder 27 “New Left Report” by W. E. Kirkpatrick (Dec. 10, 1971)
   
Box 12  
Folder 1 Price Sheet for Surveillance Equipment (Aug. 16, 1954)
Folder 2 Report on Florida Legislature Investigative Committee (1961)
Folder 3 Report on Meridian, MS
Folder 4 Report on Radical Student Movements and Narcotics
Folder 5 Senate Judiciary Committee Petition
Folder 6 Smith, Frank: Article from Congressional Record (Oct. 8, 1962)
Folder 7 Smith, Frank: Oral History Interview (1980)
Folder 8 Young Democrats (Undated)
   
Oversize Materials in Mapcase
Folder 1 The Jackson Advocate. Feb. 27-Mar. 5, 1986, Vol. 48, No. 24

Photograph Log

M398-1 James Meredith in Car, Oxford, MS
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-2 James Meredith in Car, Oxford, MS
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-3 Assistant U.S. Attorney General John Doar with James Meredith, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-4 Lt. Governor Paul B. Johnson, Jr. in Car, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-5 L to R (foreground): Lt. Gov. Paul B. Johnson, Jr., Gov. Ross Barnett, and Aid to Gov. (unidentified), Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-6 Gov. Ross Barnett Exiting Building, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-7 Lt. Gov. Paul B. Johnson, Jr. (center) Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-8 L to R (front row): W. G. “Bud” Gray, Paul B. Johnson, Jr., Federal Marshal James McShane, James Meredith, Unidentified, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-9 L to R (front row): Paul B. Johnson, Jr., John Doar, James Meredith, James McShane, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-10 L to R (front row): W. G. “Bud” Gray, Paul B. Johnson, Jr., James McShane, James Meredith, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-11 James Meredith, John Doar’s back, Paul B. Johnson, Jr., Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-12 Paul B. Johnson, Jr., Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-13 Paul B. Johnson, Jr. Talking to Reporters, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-14 Highway Patrolmen, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-15 Student Gathering, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-16 Student Gathering, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-17 National Guard and Students, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-18 Student Gathering, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-19 National Guardsmen, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-20 Deputized U. S. Marshals, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-21 Deputized U. S. Marshals, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-22 Rick’s Hall (women’s dorm). Scene of Newsman’s Death, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-23 Mississippi Highway Patrolmen, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-24 Mississippi Highway Patrol Car No. 20 With Broken Windshield, Probably Leonard Thames Pointing, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-25 Mississippi Highway Patrol Car No. 20 With Broken Windshield, Probably Leonard Thames Pointing, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-26 Mississippi Highway Patrol Car No. 20 With Broken Windshield, Probably Leonard Thames pointing, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-27 Col. T. B. Birdsong, Mississippi Highway Patrol
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)
M398-28 U. S. Marshals Behind Tree, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-29 U. S. Marshals in Front of Building, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-30 National Guardsmen in Field, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-31 National Guardsmen, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-32 National Guardsmen in Front of Armory
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-33 National Guardsmen Cleaning Firearms, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-34 National Guardsmen: L to R- Rogers, Martin, Stubbs, and Ratz. Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-35 National Guardsman Shaving, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-36 U. S. Marshals in Tear Gas, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-37 National Guardsmen in Front of Armory
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-38 National Guardsmen, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-39 U. S. Marshals in Tear Gas, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-40 National Guardsmen: L to R-Fikes, South, Eades, and Unidentified. Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-41 National Guardsmen and Truck, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-42 National Guardsmen Typing, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-43 National Guardsmen With Rifles and Masks, Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-44 National Guardsman, Unidentified. Oxford, Mississippi
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-45 National Guardsmen in Front of Armory
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 9)
M398-46 No. 232 Federal Flite-Rite Tear Gas (CN) Impact Fuze-Blast Dispersion Type
  8” x 10” B & W Sept. 30, 1962
  (Box 8, Folder 8)

 


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