Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series X: Civil RightsRichard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series X: Civil Rights

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series X: Civil Rights

Descriptive Summary

Title: Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series X: Civil Rights
Creator: Russell, Richard B., (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971
Dates: 1922-1971
Extent: 281.0 boxes (140.25 linear feet)
Collection Number: RBRL/001/RBR
Repository: Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies
Abstract: The Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Subgroup C, Series X: Civil Rights relates to many aspects of the civil rights issue. Almost all of the files deal with black-white relations in the United States, particularly those involving legislative action during Senator Russell's career in the Senate. Issues, such as the anti-lynching bill, the Fair Employment Practices Committee, racial integration, and the various civil rights bills from 1948 until 1964, are documented. There are also records related to other topics such as cloture, the literacy voting bill, the poll tax, school prayer, and some subjects which are indirectly related to the race issue. Any additional non-textual materials originally filed with papers were removed for preservation purposes and improved access. These materials include photographs, audiovisual items, scrapbooks, vertical files, memorabilia, and books.

Collection Description

Biographical Note

Richard B. Russell Jr. served in public office for fifty years as a state legislator, governor of Georgia, and U.S. senator. Although Russell was best known for his efforts to strengthen the national defense and to oppose civil rights legislation, he favored his role as advocate for the small farmer and for soil and water conservation. Russell also worked to bring economic opportunities to Georgia. He helped to secure or maintain fifteen military installations; more than twenty-five research facilities, including the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Russell Agricultural Research Center; and federal funding for development and construction. Russell believed that his most important legislative contribution was his authorship and secured passage of the National School Lunch Program in 1946.

Serving in the U.S. Senate from 1933 until his death in 1971, Russell was one of that body's most respected members. Secretary of State Dean Rusk called him the most powerful and influential man in Washington, D.C., for a period of about twenty years, second only to the president. Russell attained that position of power through his committee assignments—specifically a total of sixteen years as the chair of the Armed Services Committee and a career-long position on the Appropriations Committee, serving as its chair for his last two years in the Senate. In large measure he determined the agricultural and defense legislation considered by the Senate, as well as matters affecting the federal budget. During the twentieth century Russell, along with Carl Vinson in the U.S. House of Representatives, was undeniably among the nation's foremost experts on military and defense policy. An advisor to six presidents and a 1952 candidate for president, Russell ended his career as president pro tempore of the Senate, making him third in the line of presidential succession.

Richard Brevard Russell Jr. was born in Winder on November 2, 1897, to Richard B. Russell Sr., a lawyer, state legislator, businessman, and judge, and Ina Dillard Russell, a teacher. He was the fourth child, and first son, of what became a family of thirteen children. Russell was related to Marietta's Brumby family through his paternal grandmother, Rebecca Harriette Brumby, and in the 1950s his cousin, Otis A. Brumby Jr., worked for him as a Senate page.

His education began at home, where a governess taught Russell and his siblings until 1910. From 1911 to 1913 and again in 1915 he attended the Gordon Institute in Barnesville, and he graduated in 1914 from the Seventh District Agricultural and Mechanical School (later John McEachern High School) in Powder Springs. In 1915, he entered the University of Georgia and was active in various social groups, including the Sigma Alpha Epsilon social fraternity, the Gridiron Club, the Jeffersonian Law Society, and the Phi Kappa Literary Society. He graduated in 1918 with a Bachelor of Laws degree.

After practicing law for more than a year, Russell was elected in 1920 to the Georgia House of Representatives, becoming at age twenty-three one of the youngest members of that body. He received appointments to various committees and, building on friendships from his school days, advanced quickly in the political arena. He was elected Speaker pro tempore by the state house in 1923 and 1925. In 1927 he was elected Speaker of the House and remained in that position until 1931.

In the state legislature Russell advocated building and improving highways, supported public education, and called for reducing the control of special-interest groups in order to develop a fiscally responsible and efficient state government. He took the same agenda to the people in April 1930, when he announced his candidacy for governor. Russell battled a field of seasoned candidates to win the gubernatorial election. His victory was attributed to a grassroots campaign and his skill in canvassing voters door-to-door across Georgia.

Becoming Georgia's youngest governor in the twentieth century, Russell took the oath of office in June 1931. During his eighteen-month tenure, his most significant achievement was a comprehensive reorganization of the state government, which was accomplished by reducing the number of agencies from 102 to 17. A highlight of this reorganization was the creation of the University System of Georgia, with the Board of Regents as the single governing body over all state colleges and universities. Russell cut state expenditures by 20 percent, balanced the budget without cutting salaries (other than his own), and honored $2.8 million in delinquent obligations.

The death of U.S. Senator William J. Harris in 1932 opened the door for Russell to enter national politics. On April 25, Governor Russell appointed John S. Cohen, publisher of the Atlanta Journal, as interim senator and announced his own candidacy for election to Harris's unexpired term, which ran until 1937. After a tough campaign, Russell was victorious against Charles Crisp, a veteran congressman. Russell's only other contested U.S. Senate election occurred in 1936, when he defeated Georgia Governor Eugene Talmadge.

Russell entered the U.S. Senate in 1933 as the youngest member and a strong supporter of U.S. presidential candidate Franklin D. Roosevelt. Seeing the New York governor as the leader who could end the Great Depression, Russell had detoured from his own campaign to attend the Democratic National Convention and to make a seconding speech for Roosevelt's nomination. The two men had become acquainted during the 1920s, when Roosevelt often visited Warm Springs. After Roosevelt was elected president, Russell marked his first decade in the Senate by ensuring the passage of Roosevelt's New Deal programs.

Russell was awarded an unheard-of freshman spot on the important Appropriations Committee, and he became chairman of its subcommittee on agriculture, a post he retained throughout his career. Russell deeply believed in the significance of agriculture in American society. Representing a mostly rural Georgia, he focused on legislation to assist the small farmer, including the Farm Security Administration, the Farmers Home Administration, the Agricultural Adjustment Act, the Rural Electrification Act, the Tennessee Valley Authority, the Resettlement Administration, commodity price supports, and soil conservation. A major participant in the Farm Bloc, he worked with a bipartisan group of senators who were committed to increasing the success rate for individual farmers.

In 1933, Russell was appointed to the Naval Affairs Committee, and he continued to serve when that committee and the Military Affairs Committee were reorganized in 1946 to form the Armed Services Committee. Russell served on the Joint Committee on Atomic Energy, the Central Intelligence Agency's congressional oversight committee, and the Aeronautical and Space Sciences Committee, as well as on the Democratic Policy and Democratic Steering committees from their inceptions. After World War II (1941-1945), Russell's seniority and strong committee assignments, following a congressional reorganization, placed him in key power positions both legislatively and politically.

Russell began contesting civil rights legislation as early as 1935, when an anti-lynching bill was introduced in Congress. By 1938 he led the Southern Bloc in resisting such federal legislation based on the unconstitutionality of its provisions. The Southern Bloc argued that these provisions were infringements on states' rights. By continually blocking passage of a cloture rule in the Senate, Russell preserved unlimited debate as a method for halting or weakening civil rights legislation. Over the next three decades, through filibuster and Russell's command of the Senate's parliamentary rules and precedents, the Southern Bloc stymied all civil rights legislation.

By 1964, however, American society and the U.S. Senate itself had changed dramatically, and the strongest civil rights bill up to that time passed overwhelmingly. Once the Civil Rights Act of 1964 became law, Russell urged compliance and counseled against any violence or forcible resistance; he was the only opponent of the bill to do so.

Russell was a defender of white southern traditions and values. Much of his opposition to civil rights legislation stemmed from his belief that "South haters" were its primary supporters and that life and culture in the South would be forever changed. He believed in white supremacy and a separate but equal society, but he did not promote hatred or acts of violence in order to defend these beliefs. His arguments for maintaining segregation were drawn as much from constitutional beliefs in a Jeffersonian government that both emphasizes a division of federal and state powers and fosters personal and economic freedom as they were from notions of race.

Russell's stand on civil rights was costly to the nation and to Russell himself. It contributed to his defeat in a bid for the presidency, often diverted him from other legislative and appointed business, limited his ability to accept change, weakened his health, and tainted his record historically.

During World War II, Russell led a special committee of five senators around the world to visit the war theaters and to report on the status of American troops. He expanded his views on national defense during this time to include strategic international bases for ensuring security and maintaining world stability. At the same time he did not abandon his isolationism, for he was not eager to place America in the role of world policeman. Neither Russell nor his father supported United Nations membership. Russell also had little faith in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization as a peacekeeping force, and he was concerned that American-supplied arms to an allied country would fall into the hands of an aggressor. After 1945 Russell agreed with very little American foreign policy. Specifically, he opposed large foreign-aid expenditures when they caused a budget deficit for defense. He believed America's best defense was a military power so strong that no other nation could challenge it successfully.

In 1951, President Harry Truman removed General Douglas MacArthur as commander in the Far East. As chair of the joint Senate committee investigating MacArthur's dismissal, Russell conducted hearings that set the model for congressional inquiry. Many national newspapers praised Russell for his skill in defusing the situation, and he gained a reputation as one of the most powerful men in the Senate.

As the United States and the Soviet Union squared off, Russell strongly supported a military buildup, for which he insisted on civilian oversight or control. As chair of the Armed Services Committee, he started its Military Preparedness Subcommittee. He was a leader in establishing the Atomic Energy Commission, in setting up an independent Central Intelligence Agency, and in placing space exploration and development in the hands of both civilians and the military.

In 1954, Russell spoke against American military support of the French in Vietnam. A stalwart nationalist, he favored military force only when America's interests were directly threatened. He reiterated this sentiment in 1967, when the Johnson administration sent cargo planes to the Congo. Russell fought against rapid deployment, believing that the United States would always find reason to intervene in other nations' conflicts once its military had the ability to engage quickly in some far-flung battle. On June 25, 1969, the Senate passed the National Commitments Resolution, which Russell, along with Senator J. W. Fulbright, was instrumental in drafting. The resolution reasserted the Senate's right to be a participant in the making of commitments by the United States.

As the Johnson administration escalated the war in Vietnam, Russell still could not see a prevailing reason for America's involvement. During the Cuban Missile Crisis of 1962, he had advocated military action in what he saw as a direct Communist threat to the nation. Upholding the Monroe Doctrine, in this case, was of vital interest to the nation and its hemisphere. With Vietnam, Russell, who believed deeply in the presidency, found himself supporting four administrations as America descended into the quagmire. While he advised the presidents to "go in and win—or get out," he could neither prevail with full-scale military power nor find diplomatic solutions. Once the flag was committed, however, so was Russell. Though frustrated by policy and critical of war tactics, he did all he could to support U.S. troops by assuring that they had the best equipment and supplies and by monitoring defense appropriations.

Pursued by colleagues to accept the Senate majority leadership, Russell steadfastly refused because he wanted "absolute independence of thought and action." Instead, he promoted his young protégée Lyndon Johnson, who became the majority whip and, later, the majority leader. This was the beginning of Johnson's rise to power, and he would not have succeeded so quickly without Russell's favor.

Russell's name was twice put forward for nomination as the Democratic candidate for president. Although not a formal candidate in 1948 and not in attendance at the convention, he received 263 votes from 10 southern states that were looking for an alternative to Truman and his civil rights platform. Russell refused to join the Dixiecrats, who subsequently broke away from the party to form their own slate. In 1952 he announced his candidacy and went on to win the Florida primary. His agenda included a strong statement for local and states' rights against a growing federal centralization. At the convention he received a high of 294 votes from 23 states and lost on the third ballot to Adlai Stevenson.

In 1963, President Lyndon Johnson appointed a reluctant Russell to the President's Commission on the Assassination of President John F. Kennedy, or the Warren Commission, as it came to be known. Russell rejected the single-bullet theory, as did Texas governor John Connally, who had been wounded in the attack on Kennedy. Thinking "so much possible evidence was beyond [the commission's] reach," Russell insisted that Earl Warren qualify the commission's findings to read that they found "no evidence" that Oswald "was part of any conspiracy, domestic or foreign." Compromise with Russell was the only way Warren obtained a unanimous report.

Russell devoted his life to public service. His love of the Senate and its traditions was most evident in his own example of conduct and leadership. Russell earned the respect and admiration of his most ardent opponents for his integrity, intellect, modesty, and fairness.

Although he never married, Russell dated regularly over the years. In 1938, his engagement to an attorney ended because the couple could not reconcile differences over her Catholic faith; he later wrote that the failed relationship was his one regret. Throughout his life, Russell set his course to follow the direction of Russell Sr., who told his seven sons that although not all of them could be brilliant or successful, they could all be honorable. Russell died of complications from emphysema at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C., on January 21, 1971. He lay in state at the Georgia state capitol, where President Richard Nixon visited to pay his respects.

The following year Russell's colleagues passed Senate Resolution 296 naming his old office building the Richard Brevard Russell Senate Office Building. Subsequently, a nuclear-powered submarine, a federal courthouse in Atlanta, a state highway, a dam and lake, and various structures would bear his name. Russell is buried in his family's cemetery behind the Russell home in Winder.

Scope and Content

Subgroup C, Series X. Civil Rights relates to many aspects of the civil rights issue. Almost all of the files deal with black-white relations in the United States, particularly those involving legislative action during Senator Russell's career in the Senate. Issues, such as the anti-lynching bill, the Fair Employment Practices Committee, racial integration, and the various civil rights bills from 1948 until 1964, are documented. There are also records related to other topics such as cloture, the literacy voting bill, the poll tax, school prayer, and some subjects which are indirectly related to the race issue.

Organization and Arrangement

Subgroup C, Series X. Civil Rights is organized into forty-two subseries: A. Anti-lynching; B. Carter, Hodding - Articles; C. Civil Rights; D. Bills and Legislations; E. Civil Rights Commission; F. Civil Rights Fight; G. Cloture; H. Demonstrations; I. Fair Employment Practices Commission [FEPC]; J. Federal Registrar's Bill; K. Filibuster; L. Guidelines; M. Housing; N. Integration - Pro; O. Literacy Vote Bill; P. Little Rock; Q. NAACP; R. Negro; S. Negro Relocation; T. Negro Repatriation; U. Negro Resettlement; V. Negro-Ray Sprigle Articles; W. Poll Tax; X. Racial; Y. Racial-Alabama; Z. Racial - Mississippi; AA. Racial-Out of State; BB. Racial Segregation; CC. Requests for Civil Rights Material; DD. Riot Commission; EE. Riots; FF. Rule Change; GG. School Segregation; HH. Schools; II. Schools - Integration Directives; JJ. Segregation; KK. Segregation in the Armed Services; LL. Slander of the South; MM. Southern Caucus; NN. States' Rights; OO. Supreme Court; and PP. Constituent Correspondence Answered by Robo.


Administrative Information and Restrictions

Access Restrictions

Case mail, cross-reference copies, and military academies are closed. Additional files are restricted throughout the collection, as noted in the container listing.

Preferred Citation

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Collection, Richard B. Russell Library for Political Research and Studies, The University of Georgia Libraries, Athens, Georgia.

Processing Notes

Clippings have been copied onto bond paper for protection of content. Artifacts, photographs, books, and audiovisual materials have been separated for preservation purposes and inventoried.

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Finding Aid Publication

Finding aid prepared by Russell staff, 2008.


Related Materials

Access Points

African Americans--Civil rights.
Civil rights movements--United States.
Civil rights--Georgia.
Civil rights--United States.
Cloture.
Legislators--Georgia.
Legislators--United States.
Literacy tests (Election law)--United States.
Patronage, Political--United States.
Poll tax--United States.
Russell, Richard B., (Richard Brevard), 1897-1971
School integration--Arkansas--Little Rock.
School integration--United States.
United States--Race relations.
United States. Congress. Senate--Cloture.
United States. Congress. Senate.

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Lamartine G. Hardman Collection

Related Collections in Other Repositories

John C. Stennis Papers, Mitchell Memorial Library, Mississippi State University

Lyndon B. Johnson Papers, Lyndon B. Johnson Library

Richard B. Russell, Jr. Gubernatorial Papers, Georgia Department of Archives and History

U.S. Senate. Committee on Appropriations, Center for Legislative Archives, NARA

U.S. Senate. Committee on Armed Services, Center for Legislative Archives, NARA


Series Descriptions and Folder Listing

 

Subgroup C. United States Senatorial Papers

Scope and Content: This subgroup of papers comprehensively reveals Richard Russell's activities as a United States senator representing the state of Georgia. The papers are divided into twenty series, two of which are closed; some files are restricted. Closed or restricted files are governed by donor agreement, Executive Orders, or privacy considerations. Not many files survived from Russell's first eleven years in office; the main series for this time period are Early Office, Political, Political Patronage, Personal, and a few files in General. In 1943 and 1944, Russell's staff members reorganized the office filing system, and from that point on, the files are very complete.
The 1943 filing system places the incoming letter with a copy of Russell's reply (the yellows) attached, and the correspondence is filed by subject; these files compose the majority of the senatorial papers. Subsequent letters from the constituent and copies of Russell's replies on the same subject continued to be attached to the original correspondence and filed under the date of the latest communication from Russell. Theoretically, at the end of each Congress, these files would have been retired to storage (with the possible exception of case mail); in practice, however, there was no consistency to the length of time the subject files were retained in the active status. To respect provenance of the files and to preserve the utility of the cross reference copies, the subject files are subdivided so that within each series they are arranged chronologically by the most recent date of correspondence (with all other correspondence attached thereto). A second copy of a Russell letter (the pinks, or Cross-Reference Copies Series) was made and filed separately by correspondent's surname in a chronological file. Intra-Office Communications and Speech/Media are form files. If Russell personally dictated any portion of a letter or added a postscript, two extra copies on onionskin paper (one for the Winder office and one for the Washington office) were made and filed by subject (Dictation Series), separate from the yellow and pink copies.The flexibility of the system allowed for much divergence in filing according to the discretion of the staff member involved. Thus, as personnel changed, their interpretations on how broad or specific they should be were reflected in the filing system itself. For example, "Foreign Aid" under the General Series and "Foreign Relations" under Legislative Series. The filing system indicates that correspondence relating to proposed or pending legislation was filed under committee in Legislative and relating to action taken on passed legislation or programs administered by government agencies was filed accordingly in General. In reality, two subject headings as similar as foreign aid and foreign relations could easily be interfiled.For the most part, original order was maintained for the senatorial papers. Exceptions are Civil Rights and MacArthur Hearings Series, which were originally part of the Legislative Series. These were separated because of their research potential and the influence Senator Russell had in each area. The Barboura G. Raesly File was added to the papers subsequent to the library's establishment and contains records and materials she kept in her position as personal secretary to Russell. The Exhibit B Series, which was closed by donor agreement, contains files pulled from other series and maintained separately. When files in this series opened, Exhibit B was arranged as a parallel file to the other senatorial papers series.



X. Civil Rights, 1922-1971

Extent: 281.0 boxes
Extent: (140.25 linear feet)
Scope and Contents note: Senator Russell began contesting civil rights legislation as early as 1935 with the introduction of the anti-lynching bill. He lead the Southern Bloc in resisting this type of legislation based on the unconstitutionality of its provisions. For example, Russell believed that the equal employment opportunity legislation denied the fundamental right of an employer to hire whomever he pleased. Although he led the southern delegation in opposition to all civil rights legislation for over the next thirty years, when the Civil Rights Act of 1964 did become law Senator Russell urged compliance and counseled against any violence or forcible resistance. Once the civil rights bill was law, Russell stated that the law was in the books and should be obeyed by all good citizens. On 16 July 1964, the Atlanta Constitution praised Russell in an editorial, stating that the senator had proven himself a "great American, above and beyond his state and sectional ties."
The Civil Rights series relates to many aspects of the civil rights issue. Almost all of the files deal with black-white relations in the United States, particularly those involving legislative action during Senator Russell's career in the Senate. Issues, such as the anti-lynching bill, the Fair Employment Practices Committee, racial integration, and the various civil rights bills from 1948 until 1964, are documented. There are also records related to other topics such as cloture, the literacy voting bill, the poll tax, school prayer, and some subjects which are indirectly related to the race issue.This series consists of correspondence, background reports used for legislative review, miscellaneous materials related to civil rights issues, reports, memoranda, bills, and articles. The correspondence reveals much of the public's reaction to proposed civil rights legislation, particularly negative reaction. A fairly complete statement of Senator Russell's views on integration is located under Civil Rights Integration, Pro-Georgia to McCarter and dated 28 June 1963.There are sources for civil rights information other than the Civil Rights series. For example, the Speech/Media series contains Senator Russell's public expressions. A less obvious source of information is a folder, History 1960, located in the Personal series. Most of these items are in response to the 1960 civil rights legislative fight and were put there at the express desire of Russell. One should also refer to the Dictation series, Civil Rights for Senator Russell's consolidated remarks on the various issues involved in the debate. Materials are also available in the Political series and the General series.
A. Anti-Lynch
BoxFolder
11Correspondence, March, 1948-June, 1950
12Material, April 1, 1948-January, 1950
13Material, March, 1948
14Correspondence, May, 1937-February, 1948
15Material, January-February, 1948
16Material, February-December, 1947
17Material- "From the Senator's Desk", January, 1940- November, 1946
18Material, January, 1941-October, 1946
19Material, June-September, 1940
BoxFolder
21Material, May 10, 1939-January 10, 1940
22Material, March 16, 1939-November 1, 1940
23Material- “From the Senator’s Desk”, January 1938- February 1939
24Material, November 1937- December 1938
25Material- Daily Worker, January 4-18, 1938
26Material- “From the Senator’s Desk”, February- December 1937
27Material- "From the Senator's Desk", February 1, 1922- August 21, 1936
B. Carter, Hodding - Articles
BoxFolder
28Material, April 11, 1950- February 3, 1948
C. Civil Rights
1. Special
BoxFolder
313/1/1964
32Correspondence, January 18- February 29, 1964
33Correspondence, August- October 1963
34Correspondence, July 3-29, 1963
35Correspondence, October 1951- June 1963
2. General
BoxFolder
36Correspondence, February 1970- February 1971
37Correspondence, November- December 1969
BoxFolder
41Correspondence, January-October, 1969
42Material, 1968-1970
43Correspondence, August-November 18, 1968
44Correspondence, May-July, 1968
45Correspondence, April, 1968
46Correspondence, March, 1968
47Correspondence, February, 1968
48Correspondence, January, 1968
BoxFolder
51Correspondence, October-December, 1967
52Material, December, 1967
53Material, October-November, 1967
54Correspondence, September 28-October 1, 1967
55Material, 27-Sep-67
56Correspondence, 1-Jul-67
57Material, July, 1967
BoxFolder
61Correspondence, June, 1967
62Correspondence, April-May, 1967
63Correspondence, January-March, 1967
64Correspondence, October-December, 1966
65Correspondence, September 15-30, 1966
66Correspondence, September 1-14, 1966
67Correspondence, August 17-30, 1966
68Correspondence, August 11-16, 1966
BoxFolder
71Correspondence, August 1-10, 1966
72Correspondence, July 19-28, 1966
73Correspondence, July 1-18, 1966
74Correspondence, June 21-30, 1966
75Correspondence, June 1-20, 1966
76Correspondence, May, 1966
77Correspondence, January-April 1, 1966
78Material, January-July, 1966
BoxFolder
81Material, August-November, 1964
82Material, July, 1964
83Material, June, 1964
84Material, 1965
85Correspondence, 1960-1965
86Material, May 15-30, 1964
87Material, May 1-14, 1964
BoxFolder
91Material, April 16-30, 1964
92Material, 10-Apr-64
93Material, April 1-9, 1964
94Material, March 31-25, 1964
95Material, March 24-16, 1964
96Material, March 15-12, 1964
97Material, March 9-2, 1964
98Material, 1-Mar-64
BoxFolder
101Material, February 15-29, 1964
102Material, February 11-14, 1964
103Material, February 6-10, 1964
104Material, 10-Feb-64
105Material, 10-Feb-64
106Material, February 1-7, 1964
107Material, January 4-31, 1964
BoxFolder
111N.M., N.D., -1, 1964
112N.M., N.D., -2, 1964
113N.M., N.D., -3, 1964
114Material, November 20-December 17, 1964
115Material, October 29-November 19, 1963
BoxFolder
121Material, September 27-October 16, 1963
122Material, September 1-23, 1963
123Material, August 4-28, 1963
124Material, August 2, 1963-1
125Material, August 2, 1963-2
126Material, 1-Aug-63
BoxFolder
131Material, July 23-26, 1963
132Material, 22-Jul-63
133Material, July 11-21, 1963
134Material, July 1-10, 1963
135Material, 28-Jun-63
136Material, June 27-24, 1963
137Material, June 23-19, 1963
138Material, June 18-10, 1963
BoxFolder
141Material, June 9-1, 1963
142Material, May 27-April 16, 1963
143Material, March 28-January 1, 1963
144Material, July-October, 1962
145Material, January-May, 1962
146Material, February-December, 1961
147Material, September-December, 1960
148Material, May-July, 1960
BoxFolder
151Material, April 18-30, 1960
152Material, April 1-17, 1960
153Material, March 22-31, 1960
154Material, 21-Mar-60
155Material, March 17-20, 1960
156Material, 16-Mar-60
157Material, March 14-15, 1960
158Material, March 11-13, 1960
159Material, 10-Mar-60
BoxFolder
161Material, March 7-9, 1960
162Material, March 4-6, 1960
163Material, 3-Mar-60
164Material, 29-Feb-60
165Material, February 18-28, 1960
166Material, February 1-17, 1960
167Correspondence, 1957-1960
168Material, January 24-31, 1960
169Material, January 17-23, 1960
BoxFolder
171Material, January 3-16, 1960
172Material, August 13-December 30, 1959
173Material, June 5-August 12, 1959
17 4-5 Material, 28-May-59
BoxFolder
181Material -1, 28-May-59
182Material -2, 28-May-59
183Material -3, 28-May-59
BoxFolder
191Material, May 1-4, 1959
192Material, February 1-April 21, 1959
193Material, January 4-9, 1959
194Material, June 11-September 19, 1958
195Material, November 17-December 14, 1957
196Material, September 1-November 16, 1957
197Material, July-August 1957
198Correspondence, 6-Jul-57
199Correspondence, July 8-9, 1957
1910Correspondence, June 29-July 5, 1957
1911Correspondence, June 26-28, 1957
1912Correspondence, June 21-24, 1957
BoxFolder
201Correspondence, May 31-June 20, 1957
202Correspondence, March 30-May 29, 1957
203Material, April 15-July 2, 1957
204Correspondence, February 20-March 14, 1957
205Material, 5-Mar-57
206Correspondence, February 2-19, 1957
207Correspondence, January 18-31, 1957
208Correspondence, January 4-17, 1957
BoxFolder
211Material, January-February 1957
212Correspondence, April 16-August 1957
213Material, January-December 1956
214Material, July 6-August 1, 1956
215Correspondence, June 1954-April 1956
216Material, January-February 1956
217Material, November 1954-September 1955
BoxFolder
221Material, May-October 1954
222Material, November 1953-January 1954
223Correspondence, April 1952-October 1953
224Material, January 1952-February 1953
225Correspondence, September 1951-August 1952
226Material, Jan-52
227Correspondence, October 1950-August 1951
228Material, September-December 1951
229Material, Aug-51
2210Material, Jul-51
2211Material, Jun-51
2212Material, May-51
BoxFolder
231Material, Apr-51
232Material, Mar-51
233Material, Feb-51
234Material, Jan-51
235Material, Dec-50
236Material, October-November 1950
237Correspondence, May-September 1950
238Material, Sep-50
239Material, July-August 1950
2310Material, Jun-50
2311Correspondence, February-May 1950
2312Material, April-May 1950
BoxFolder
241Material, February-March 1950
242Correspondence, Jan-50
243Material, January 18-30, 1950
244Material, January 1-14, 1950
245Correspondence, July-December, 1949
246Material, November 18-December 1949
247Material, November 4-17, 1949
248Correspondence, April-June 1949
249Material, May-June 1949
BoxFolder
251Material, Apr-49
252Correspondence, March 15-April 6, 1949
253Material, March 15-30, 1949
254Correspondence, March 9-14, 1949
255Material, March 9-14, 1949
256Correspondence, March 5-8, 1949
257Correspondence, March 1-4, 1949
258Material, March 1-8, 1949
259Correspondence, February 7-28, 1949
BoxFolder
261Material, February 22-28, 1949
262Material, February 17-21, 1949
263Material, February 3-15, 1949
264Correspondence, January 14-February 5, 1949
265Correspondence, January 1-13, 1949
266Material, January 12-30, 1949
267Material, January 1-13, 1949
268Correspondence, March 13-June 1, 1948
269Material, Dec-48
2610Material, Nov-48
2611Material, Oct-48
2612Material, Sep-48
2613Material, August 1-24, 1948
BoxFolder
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277Material, May 1-7, 1948
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2710Material, April 5-13, 1948
2711Material, April 1-4, 1948
BoxFolder
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282Material, March 19-23, 1948
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2810Material, 27-Feb-48
BoxFolder
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2910Material, February 1-4, 1948
2911Material, Jan-48
2912Material, November-December 1947
2913Material, January -October 1947
2914Material, January-July 1946
BoxFolder
301Material, July-November 1945
302Material, April-May 1945
303Material, October 1944-March 1945
304Material, January-July 1944
305Material, 1945-1944
306Material, 1937, 1939
307Material, undated
3. Dictation
BoxFolder
308Correspondence, January 3-December 1, 1950
309Correspondence, March-September 1949
BoxFolder
311Correspondence, January-February 1949
312Correspondence, July-December 1948
313Correspondence, January-March 1948
4. Georgia
BoxFolder
314Correspondence, August 1, 1966-January 13, 1967
315Correspondence, June-July 1966
316Correspondence, May 3-27, 1966
317Correspondence, Apr-66
BoxFolder
321Correspondence, February-March 1966
322Correspondence, Jan-66
323Correspondence, Jul-66
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326Correspondence, Sep-65
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BoxFolder
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335Correspondence, May-65
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BoxFolder
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342Correspondence, April 1-6, 1965
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346Correspondence, Jan-65
BoxFolder
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352Correspondence, Sep-64
353Correspondence, Aug-64
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BoxFolder
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362Correspondence, July 23-24, 1964
363Correspondence, July 21-13, 1964
364Correspondence, 20-Jul-64
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366Correspondence, July 14-15, 1964
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369Correspondence, 9-Jul-64
BoxFolder
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372Correspondence, 7-Jul-64
373Correspondence, 6-Jul-64
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375Correspondence, 1-Jul-64
376Correspondence, 30-Jun-64
377Correspondence, 29-Jun-64
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BoxFolder
381Correspondence, 25-Jun-64
382Correspondence, 24-Jun-64
383Correspondence, June 21-23, 1964
384Correspondence, June 19-20, 1964
385Correspondence, 18-Jun-64
386Correspondence, June 16-17, 1964
387Correspondence, 15-Jun-64
BoxFolder
391Correspondence, June 12-13, 1964
392Correspondence, June 9-11, 1964
393Correspondence, 8-Jun-64
394Correspondence, June 5-6, 1964
395Correspondence, 4-Jun-64
396Correspondence, 3-Jun-64
397Correspondence, 2-Jun-64
398Correspondence, Jun-64
BoxFolder
401Correspondence, May 28-30, 1964
402Correspondence, 27-May-64
403Correspondence, May 25-26, 1964
404Correspondence, 23-May-64
405Correspondence, 22-May-64
406Correspondence, 21-May-64
407Correspondence, 20-May-64
BoxFolder
411Correspondence, May 15-18, 1964
412Correspondence, 14-May-64
413Correspondence, May 12-13, 1964
414Correspondence, 11-May-64
415Correspondence, May 8-9, 1964
416Correspondence, May 5-7, 1964
417Correspondence, May 2-4, 1964
418Correspondence, 1-May-64
BoxFolder
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424Correspondence, April 23-24, 1964
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427Correspondence, 20-Apr-64
BoxFolder
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432Correspondence, April 15-16, 1964
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435Correspondence, 9-Apr-64
436Correspondence, April 7-8, 1964
437Correspondence, 6-Apr-64
BoxFolder
441Correspondence, April 3-4, 1964
442Correspondence, 2-Apr-64
443Correspondence, 1-Apr-64
444Correspondence, 31-Mar-64
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446Correspondence, March 30, 1964 -2
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BoxFolder
451Correspondence, March 26, 1964-1
452Correspondence, March 26, 1964-2
453Correspondence, 25-Mar-64
454Correspondence, 24-Mar-64
455Correspondence, March 23, 1964-1
456Correspondence, March 23, 1964-2
457Correspondence, March 20-21, 1964
BoxFolder
461Correspondence, 19-Mar-64
462Correspondence, 18-Mar-64
463Correspondence, 17-Mar-64
464Correspondence, 16-Mar-64
465Correspondence, 14-Mar-64
466Correspondence, 13-Mar-64
467Correspondence, 12-Mar-64
BoxFolder
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476Correspondence, 5-Mar-64
477Correspondence, March 3-4, 1964
478Correspondence, 2-Mar-64
BoxFolder
481Correspondence, 29-Feb-64
482Correspondence, 28-Feb-64
483Correspondence, February 26-27
484Correspondence, February 24-25, 1964
485Correspondence, February 21-22, 1964
486Correspondence, February 19-20, 1964
487Correspondence, 18-Feb-64
BoxFolder
491Correspondence, February 17, 1964-1
492Correspondence, February 17, 1964-2
493Correspondence, February 14-15, 1964
494Correspondence, February 11-13, 1964
495Correspondence, 10-Feb-64
496Correspondence, February 7-8, 1964
497Correspondence, 6-Feb-64
BoxFolder
501Correspondence, February 4-5, 1964
502Correspondence, February 1-3, 1964
503Correspondence, January 30-31, 1964
504Correspondence, January 27-29, 1964
505Correspondence, January 23-24, 1964
506Correspondence, January 16-22, 1964
507Correspondence, January 10-15, 1964
508Correspondence, January 2-9, 1964
BoxFolder
511Correspondence, December 16-31, 1963
512Correspondence, December 11-14, 1963
513Correspondence, 9-Dec-63
514Correspondence, December 6-7, 1963
515Correspondence, December 3-5, 1963
516Correspondence, 2-Dec-63
BoxFolder
521Correspondence, November 18-30, 1963
522Correspondence, November 7-15, 1963
523Correspondence, November 1-6, 1963
524Correspondence, October 23-30, 1963
525Material, 30-Oct-63
526Correspondence, October 12-22, 1963
527Correspondence, October 2-11, 1963
BoxFolder
531Correspondence, September 23-30, 1963
532Correspondence, September 16-21, 1963
533Correspondence, September 11-13, 1963
534Correspondence, September 7-10, 1963
535Correspondence, September 5-6, 1963
536Correspondence, 4-Sep-63
537Correspondence, 3-Sep-63
BoxFolder
541Correspondence, August 30-31, 1963
542Correspondence, 29-Aug-63
543Correspondence, 27-Aug-63
544Correspondence, August 23-26, 1963
545Correspondence, August 21-22, 1963
546Correspondence, August 19-20, 1963
547Correspondence, 15-Aug-63
BoxFolder
551Correspondence, August 12-14, 1963
552Correspondence, August 9-10, 1963
553Correspondence, August 7-8, 1963
554Correspondence, August 4-6, 1963
555Correspondence, August 2-3, 1963
556Correspondence, 1-Aug-63
BoxFolder
561Correspondence, 31-Jul-63
562Correspondence, July 29-30, 1963
563Correspondence, 27-Jul-63
564Correspondence, July 24-25, 1963
565Correspondence, July 20-23, 1963
566Correspondence, July 18-19, 1963
567Correspondence, July 16-17, 1963
BoxFolder
571Correspondence -1, 15-Jul-63
572Correspondence -2, 15-Jul-63
573Correspondence, 13-Jul-63
574Correspondence -1, 12-Jul-63
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576Correspondence, 11-Jul-63
577Correspondence, 10-Jul-63
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579Correspondence -2, 9-Jul-63
BoxFolder
581Correspondence -1, 8-Jul-63
582Correspondence -2, 8-Jul-63
583Correspondence, July 6-7, 1963
584Correspondence -1, 3-Jul-63
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588Material, July-August 1963
BoxFolder
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596Correspondence -2, 26-Jun-63
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BoxFolder
601Correspondence -1, 24-Jun-63
602Correspondence -2, 24-Jun-63
603Correspondence, 21-Jun-63
604Correspondence, June 19-20, 1963
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606Correspondence -2, 18-Jun-63
BoxFolder
611Correspondence, 17-Jun-63
612Correspondence -1, 14-Jun-63
613Correspondence -2, 14-Jun-63
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615Correspondence, 12-Jun-63
616Correspondence, 11-Jun-63
617Correspondence, 10-Jun-63
618Correspondence, June 7-8, 1963
BoxFolder
621Correspondence, June 5-6, 1963
622Correspondence, June 3-4, 1963
623Correspondence, January-May 1963
624Correspondence, 1962
625Correspondence, February-May 1961
626Correspondence, June-October 1961
627Correspondence, Jan-61
BoxFolder
631Correspondence, June-December 1960
632Correspondence, April 15-May 1960
633Correspondence, April 1-14, 1960
634Correspondence, March 24-31, 1960
635Correspondence, March 21-23, 1960
636Correspondence, March 17-18, 1960
BoxFolder
641Correspondence, March 15-16, 1960
642Correspondence, March 10-14, 1960
643Correspondence, 9-Mar-60
644Correspondence, 8-Mar-60
645Correspondence -1, 7-Mar-60
646Correspondence -2, 7-Mar-60
647Correspondence, 5-Mar-60
BoxFolder
651Correspondence, 4-Mar-60
652Correspondence, 3-Mar-60
653Correspondence, March 1-2, 1960
654Correspondence, 29-Feb-60
655Correspondence, February 19-27, 1960
656Correspondence, January-February 18, 1960
BoxFolder
661Correspondence, August-December 1959
662Correspondence, April-July 1959
663Correspondence, Mar-59
664Correspondence, February 21-27, 1959
665Correspondence, February 20, 1959-1
666Correspondence, February 20, 1959-2
667Correspondence, February 10-19, 1959
668Correspondence, January 2-February 9, 1959
BoxFolder
671Correspondence, December 2-30, 1958
672Correspondence, November 4-28, 1958
673Correspondence, September-October 1958
674Correspondence, January-August 1958
675Correspondence, November-December 1957
BoxFolder
681Correspondence, September 19-30, 1957
682Correspondence, September 12-18, 1957
683Correspondence, September 3-11, 1957
684Correspondence, August 27-31, 1957
685Correspondence, August 20-26, 1957
686Correspondence, August 16-19, 1957
687Correspondence, August 14-15, 1957
688Correspondence, August 9-13, 1957
BoxFolder
691Correspondence, August 6-8, 1957
692Correspondence, August 1-5, 1957
693Correspondence, July 30-31, 1957
694Correspondence, July 27-29, 1957
695Correspondence, July 25-26, 1957
696Correspondence, July 23-24, 1957
BoxFolder
701Correspondence, July 20-22, 1957
702Correspondence, July 17-18, 1957
703Correspondence, July 15-16, 1957
704Correspondence, July 11-13, 1957
705Correspondence, July 5-10, 1957
5. Mississippi
BoxFolder
706Correspondence, July 14, 1964, January 15, 1965
6. Out of State
BoxFolder
707Correspondence, 1966
708Correspondence, August-December, 1965
BoxFolder
711Correspondence, January-July, 1965
712Correspondence, October-December, 1965
713Correspondence, September, 1964
714Correspondence, August 18-31, 1964
715Correspondence, August 9-17, 1964
716Correspondence, August 3-8, 1964
BoxFolder
721Correspondence, July 27-31, 1964
722Correspondence, July 21-26, 1964
723Correspondence, July 17-20, 1964
724Correspondence, July 14-16, 1964
725Correspondence, July 8-13, 1964
726Correspondence, July 5-7, 1964
BoxFolder
731Correspondence, July 2-4, 1964
732Correspondence, 1-Jul-64
733Correspondence, June 26-30, 1964
734Correspondence, June 24-25, 1964
735Correspondence, June 21-23, 1964
736Correspondence, June 19-20, 1964
BoxFolder
741Correspondence, June 17-18, 1964
742Correspondence, June 13-16, 1964
743Correspondence, 12-Jun-64
744Correspondence, June 10-11, 1964
745Correspondence, 9-Jun-64
746Correspondence, 8-Jun-64
747Correspondence, 6-Jun-64
BoxFolder
751Correspondence, 5-Jun-64
752Correspondence, 4-Jun-64
753Correspondence, June 1-3, 1964
754Correspondence, May 25-30, 1964
755Correspondence, May 21-24, 1964
756Correspondence, May 15-20, 1964
BoxFolder
761Correspondence, May 13-14, 1964
762Correspondence, May 9-12, 1964
763Correspondence, May 4-8, 1964
764Correspondence, May 1-2, 1964
765Correspondence, April 28-30, 1964
766Correspondence, April 23-27, 1964
767Correspondence, April 17-22, 1964
768Correspondence, April 14-16, 1964
BoxFolder
771Correspondence, April 9-13, 1964
772Correspondence, April 6-8, 1964
773Correspondence, April 3-4, 1964
774Correspondence, April 1-2, 1964
775Correspondence, March 30-31, 1964
776Correspondence, March 26-27, 1964
777Correspondence, March 24-25, 1964
778Correspondence, March 18-23, 1964
779Correspondence, March 16-17, 1964
BoxFolder
781Correspondence, March 12-15, 1964
782Correspondence, March 10-11, 1964
783Correspondence, March 6-9, 1964
784Correspondence, March 2-5, 1964
785Correspondence, February 27-29, 1964
786Correspondence, February 20-26, 1964
787Correspondence, February 1-19, 1964
788Correspondence, January 14-31, 1964
BoxFolder
791Correspondence, January 1-13, 1964
792Correspondence, Dec-63
793Correspondence, October-November, 1963
794Correspondence, September 11-30, 1963
795Correspondence, September 2-10, 1963
796Correspondence, August 24-31, 1963
797Correspondence, August 17-23, 1963
798Correspondence, August 6-16, 1963
BoxFolder
801Correspondence, August 1-5, 1963
802Correspondence, July 26-31, 1963
803Correspondence, July 13-25, 1963
804Correspondence, July 1-12, 1963
805Correspondence, June 25-28, 1963
806Correspondence, June 5-24, 1963
807Correspondence, March-May, 1963
808Correspondence, November 1961-July 1962
BoxFolder
811Correspondence, May-October, 1961
812Correspondence, January-April, 1961
813Correspondence, August-November, 1960
814Correspondence, June-July, 1960
815Correspondence, April 25-May 29, 1960
816Correspondence, April 20-22, 1960
817Correspondence, April 13-19, 1960
818Correspondence, April 1-12, 1960
BoxFolder
821Correspondence, March 26-31, 1960
822Correspondence, March 22-25, 1960
823Correspondence, March 16-21, 1960
824Correspondence, March 12-15, 1960
825Correspondence, March 9-11, 1960
826Correspondence, 8-Mar-60
827Correspondence, 7-Mar-60
828Correspondence, March 4-6, 1960
BoxFolder
831Correspondence, March 1-3, 1960
832Correspondence, February 27-29, 1960
833Correspondence, 26-Feb-60
834Correspondence, February 24-25, 1960
835Correspondence, 23-Feb-60
836Correspondence, 23-Feb-60
837Correspondence, February 19-22, 1960
838Correspondence, January-February 18, 1960
839Correspondence, September-December, 1959
8310Correspondence, August, 1959
BoxFolder
841Correspondence, June-July, 1959
842Correspondence, April-May, 1959
843Correspondence, March, 1959
844Correspondence, February 21-27, 1959
845Correspondence, February 17-19, 1959
846Correspondence, February 2-16, 1959
847Correspondence, Jan-59
BoxFolder
851Correspondence, November-December, 1958
852Correspondence, September-October, 1958
853Correspondence, April-August, 1958
854Correspondence, January-March, 1958
855Correspondence, November 16-December, 1957
856Correspondence, November 1-15, 1957
857Correspondence, October, 1957
858Correspondence, September 25-30, 1957
BoxFolder
861Correspondence, September 19-24, 1957
862Correspondence, September 16-18, 1957
863Correspondence, September 11-14, 1957
864Correspondence, September 1-10, 1957
865Correspondence, August 28-31, 1957
866Correspondence, August 23-27, 1957
867Correspondence, August 17-22, 1957
868Correspondence, August 14-16, 1957
BoxFolder
871Correspondence, August 9-13, 1957
872Correspondence, August 6-8, 1957
873Correspondence, August 1-5, 1957
874Correspondence, July 29-31, 1957
875Correspondence, July 26-27, 1957
876Correspondence, 25-Jul-57
877Correspondence, 24-Jul-57
878Correspondence, July 21-23, 1957
BoxFolder
881Correspondence, 20-Jul-57
882Correspondence, 19-Jul-57
883Correspondence, 18-Jul-57
884Correspondence, July 16-17, 1957
885Correspondence, July 12-15, 1957
886Correspondence, July 10-11, 1957
887Correspondence, July 5-9, 1957
7. Personal
BoxFolder
8911957, 1958
8. Presbyterian Petition
BoxFolder
892Correspondence, May 7- 21, 1964
9. Unanswered Mail
BoxFolder
8931965-1968
894May, 1964
895April, 1964
8961964
897June, October, 1963
898March, 1960
899January-February, 1960
8910March 10, 1945; July 26, 1957; and N. D.
E. Civil Rights Commission
BoxFolder
911Correspondence, 1964, 1967
912Material, February-December, 1965
913Correspondence, October 22-November 16, 1963
914Correspondence, April-October 21, 1963
915Correspondence, 1959-1961
BoxFolder
921Material, March-September, 1963
922Material, 9-Sep-61
923Material, 9-Sep-61
924Material, 9-Sep-61
BoxFolder
931Material, 25-Feb-61
932Material, 1961
933Material, December, 1960
BoxFolder
941Material, January, March 1960
942Correspondence, November 14, 1957-September 16, 1959
943Material, 1959
D. Bills and Legislations
BoxFolder
901Correspondence, 1966-1970
902Material- Title VI, February 4-March 6, 1964
903Material- Title II, June 1963, January 1964
904Material, January, March 1960
905Material, January 5, 1949- June 25, 1951
906Material- McGrath Bills, March 1947-May 1950
F. Civil Rights Fight
BoxFolder
951Special, July 14-August 30, 1957
952Correspondence, August 19-September 5, 1957
953Correspondence, July 30-August 16, 1957
954Correspondence-[Book Telegrams], August 2-4, 1957
955Correspondence, 29-Jul-57
956Correspondence, July 25-26, 1957
BoxFolder
961Material, August 27-October, 1957
962Material, August 11-24, 1957
963Material, August 1-9, 1957
964Material, July 20-31, 1957
965Material, July 4-19, 1957
966Material, February 22-July 3, 1957
967Material, 1956 and undated
G. Cloture
BoxFolder
971Correspondence, January 1969-1971
972Correspondence, January 23-December 27, 1968
973Correspondence, January 15-30, 1967
974Correspondence, January, N. D. 1967
975Correspondence, March 1964-December, 1966
976Correspondence, March 18, 1963-October 21, 1963
977Correspondence, February, 1963
978Correspondence, January 16-31, 1963
BoxFolder
981Correspondence, January 10-15, 1963
982Correspondence, January 4-9, 1963
983Correspondence, February 22, 1962-January 3, 1963
984Correspondence, May 16, 1962-October 8, 1963
985Correspondence, April 22,1960;Jan. 31-December 30, 1961
986Correspondence, January-February, 1959
987Correspondence, January-December, 1958
988Correspondence, July 28, 1958-September 6, 1961
BoxFolder
991Correspondence, January-July 16, 1957
992Correspondence, November, 1956-February 1957
993Correspondence, January 1953-December 1956
994Correspondence, 1951-1952
995Material, 1951-1952
996Correspondence, April-May, 1949
997Correspondence, March 28-31, 1949
998Correspondence, March 25-26, 1949
BoxFolder
1001Correspondence, 24-Mar-49
1002Correspondence, 23-Mar-49
1003Correspondence, 22-Mar-49
1004Correspondence, 21-Mar-49
1005Correspondence, 19-Mar-49
1006Correspondence, 18-Mar-49
1007Correspondence, 18-Mar-49
1008Correspondence, March 16-17, 1949
1009Correspondence, March 19-April 12, 1949
BoxFolder
1011Material, March 16-18, 1949
1012Correspondence, 15-Mar-49
1013Correspondence, 15-Mar-49
1014Correspondence, March 13-14, 1949
1015Correspondence, March 9-12, 1949
1016Correspondence, March 1-8, 1949
1017Material, March 8-15, 1949
1018Material, March 1-7, 1949
BoxFolder
1021Correspondence, August 1948-February, 1949
1022Material, January-February, 1949
1023Material-“From the Senator's Desk", February 1, 1952-January 2, 1951
1024Material-“From the Senator's Desk", 23-Oct-51
1025Material- "From the Senator's Desk", October 1948-March 16, 1949
1026Material- "From the Senator's Desk", February 1945-January 1947
H. Demonstrations
BoxFolder
1031Peace Walkers, 1964
I. Fair Employment Practices Commission [FEPC]
BoxFolder
1041Material, 1964
1042Material, 1963
1043Correspondence, 1957-1961
1044Correspondence, March, 1953-December, 1954
1045Correspondence- Material, 1954-1955
1046Correspondence, January-February, 1953
1047Material, 1953
BoxFolder
1051Correspondence, October 16-December 1952
1052Correspondence, August-October 15, 1952
1053Correspondence, January 1951-July, 1952
1054Material, 1952
1055F.E.P.C. Dictation, 1950-[1951]
1056Material-, 1951
BoxFolder
1061Special File (set up at Senator's request), 1-Jan-50
1062Correspondence, June 3-September 15, 1951
1063Correspondence, May 16-31, 1950
1064Correspondence, May 5-15, 1950
1065Correspondence, March-April, 1950
1066Correspondence, January-February, 1950
BoxFolder
1071Material, August-October, 1950
1072Material, March-July, 1950
1073Material, February, 1950
1074Material, January, 1950
BoxFolder
1081Correspondence, 1949
1082F.E.P.C. Dictation, 1944
1083Material, January-June, 1949
1084Material, July-December, 1949
1085Correspondence, January 12, 1948-November 8, 1948
BoxFolder
1091Material, June-December, 1948
1092Material, March-May, 1948
1093Material, February, 1948
1094Material, January, 1948
1095Material, May-September, 1947
1096Material, January-February, 1947
BoxFolder
1101Material, 1947
1102Material, February 9-October 31, 1946
1103Material, February 1-8, 1946
BoxFolder
1111Material, January 24-31, 1946
1112Material, January 1-21, 1946
1113Material, May-September, 1945
BoxFolder
1121Material, January-April, 1945
1122Correspondence, August-December, 1944
1123Material, 1944
1124Material, 1935-194
1125Material, Undated
BoxFolder
1131"From the Senator's Desk", 1945-1950
1132"From Top Senator's File Cabinet" Correspondence, January, 1946
1133Material, February-March, 1951
1134"From Top Senator's File Cabinet" Material, January, 1946
1135"From Top Senator's File Cabinet" Material, July-December, 1945
1136"From Top Senator's File Cabinet" Material, February-May, 1945
1137"From Top Senator's File Cabinet" Material, 1944
1138"From Top Senator's File Cabinet" Material, Undated
J. Federal Registrar's Bill
BoxFolder
1141Correspondence, January 18-March 5, 1960
1142Material, 5-Feb-60
1143Material, 5-Feb-60
K. Filibuster
BoxFolder
11511964
11521963
11531963
11541959
11551957
L. Guidelines
BoxFolder
1161Correspondences, November, 1970-January, 1971
1162Correspondence, October, 1970
1163Material, 14-Oct-70
1164Correspondence, September, 1970
1165Correspondence, July-August, 1970
1166Correspondence, May-June, 1970
BoxFolder
1171April, 1970, April, 1970
1172March 16-31, 1970, March 16-31, 1970
1173March 5-12, 1970, March 5-12, 1970
1174March 2-4, 1970, March 2-4, 1970
1175February 21-27, 1970, February 21-27, 1970
1176February 19-20, 1970, February 19-20, 1970
BoxFolder
1181February 11-18, 1970, February 11-18, 1970
1182February 10, 1970, February 10, 1970
1183February 4-6, 1970, February 4-6, 1970
1184February 2-3, 1970, February 2-3, 1970
1185January 28-30, 1970, January 28-30, 1970
1186January 23-27, 1970, January 23-27, 1970
1187January 1-21, 1970, January 1-21, 1970
BoxFolder
1191December, 1969, December, 1969
1192November, 1969, November, 1969
1193October, 1969, October, 1969
1194September 22-30, 1969, September 22-30, 1969
1195September 2-17, 1969, September 2-17, 1969
1196August 16-26, 1969, August 16-26, 1969
1197August 15, 1969, August 15, 1969
1198August 4-14, 1969, August 4-14, 1969
BoxFolder
1201Correspondence, July, 1969
1202Correspondence, June 20-30, 1969
1203Correspondence, June 2-19, 1969
1204Correspondence, May 15-29, 1969
1205Correspondence, May 5-14, 1969
1206Correspondence, April, 1969
BoxFolder
1211March 17-31, 1969, March 17-31, 1969
1212March 1-14, 1969, March 1-14, 1969
1213February, 1969, February, 1969
1214January, 1969, January, 1969
12151967-1968, 1967-1968
1216November-December, 1968, November-December, 1968
1217October 8-31, 1968, October 8-31, 1968
1218October 4, 1968, October 4, 1968
BoxFolder
1221October 1-3, 1968, October 1-3, 1968
1222July-September, 1968, July-September, 1968
1223May-June, 1968, May-June, 1968
1224April, 1968, April, 1968
1225March, 1968, March, 1968
1226January-February, 1968, January-February, 1968
BoxFolder
1231Material, 1968
1232Correspondence, December 15-30, 1967
1233Correspondence, October 3-December 14, 1967
1234Correspondence, August 12-September 30, 1967
1235Correspondence, June, 1967
1236Correspondence, May 11-31, 1967
1237Correspondence, May 2-10, 1967
BoxFolder
1241Correspondence, April, 1967
1242Correspondence, January-March, 1967
1243Material, 1967
1244Material, 1967
BoxFolder
1251Material, 1967
1252Material, 1967
1253Material, 1967
1254Material, 1967
BoxFolder
1261Special, 1966
1262Correspondence, November- December, 1966
1263Correspondence, September-October, 1966
1264Correspondence, July-August, 1966
1265Correspondence, June, 1966
1266Correspondence, May, 1966
BoxFolder
1271Correspondence, April 15-29, 1966
1272Correspondence, April 5-12, 1966
1273Correspondence, March, 1966
1274Material, 1966
1275Material, 1965
1276Material, 1964
1277Material, 1963
1278Material, 1962
M. Housing
BoxFolder
1281Material, 1960-1962
1282Correspondence, 1959
1283Material, 1957
1284Federal Housing Act Ruling, 1949
N. Integration - Pro
1. Georgia
BoxFolder
1291Correspondence, December 10-19, 1964
1292Correspondence, December 4-9, 1963
1293Correspondence, November-December 3, 1963
1294Correspondence, September-October, 1963
1295Correspondence, August, 1963
1296Correspondence, July, 1963
1297Correspondence, June 20-29, 1963
1298Correspondence, June 17-19, 1963
O. Literacy Vote Bill
BoxFolder
1301Material, 1970
1302Material, 1969-1970
1303Correspondence, May 15, 1962-March 25, 1963
1304Correspondence, May 4-14, 1962
1305Correspondence, April 16-25, 1962
1306Correspondence, January 25-March, 1962
1307Material, 1962
P. Little Rock
BoxFolder
1311Little Rock Special, undated
1312Little Rock Special, undated
1313Material, 1960
1314Correspondence, August 18-October 22, 1958
1315Correspondence, January 8-June 22, 1958
1316Material, 1958
1317Lemly Decision, 1958
1318Correspondence, November 7-December 31, 1957
1319Material, November-December, 1957
BoxFolder
1321Correspondence, October 16-November 6, 1957
1322Correspondence, October 9-14, 1957
1323Correspondence, October 5-8, 1957
1324Correspondence, October 8-29, 1957
1325Material, 7-Oct-57
BoxFolder
1331Correspondence, October 2-4, 1957
1332Correspondence, 1-Oct-57
1333Material, October 1-6, 1957
1334Correspondence, September 28-30, 1957
1335Material, September 28-30, 1957
1336Correspondence, September 24-27, 1957
BoxFolder
1341Material, September 26-27, 1957
1342Material, September 24-25, 1957
1343Material, August 14-23, 1957
1344Material, 1956-March, April, 1957
1345Unanswered Letters, 1957-1958
1346Unanswered Letters, 1957-1958
Q. NAACP
BoxFolder
1351Correspondence, 1963
1352Material, 1963
1353Correspondence, 1961
1354Correspondence, 1960
1355Correspondence, 1959
1356Material, 1949, 1956, 1959
R. Negro
BoxFolder
1361Material, 1963-1965
1362Correspondence, July 31, 1952-April 26, 1962
1363Correspondence- Material, 1950, 1960
1364Correspondence, September, 1949-July 1951
1365Material, 1949
1366Correspondence, June 1948-July 1949
1367Correspondence, February-May, 1948
1368Material, 1948
BoxFolder
1371"From Senator's Desk", November 1948-March 1949
1372Correspondence, May-December, 1947
1373Correspondence, October, 1946-April, 1947
1374Material, 1947
1375Correspondence, January-September, 1946
1376Material, January-June, 1946
BoxFolder
1381Correspondence, June, 1944-November, 1945
1382Material, 1945
1383Material, 1944
1384Correspondence, April, 1943-April, 1944
1385Correspondence, November, 1942-March, 1943
BoxFolder
1391Material, 1943
1392Correspondence, August-October, 1942
1393Correspondence, February-July, 1942
1394Material, 1942
1395Material, 1938
1396Material, Undated
BoxFolder
1401Correspondence, 1967-1969
1402Correspondence, August 1964-September 1965
1403Correspondence, April 8-June 25, 1964
1404Correspondence, April 1-April 7, 1964
1405Correspondence, March 24-31, 1964
1406Correspondence, 23-Mar-64
1407Correspondence, March 20-21, 1964
1408Correspondence, February 21-March 19, 1964
S. Negro Relocation
BoxFolder
1411Correspondence, 1960-1963
1412Material, 1963
1413Relocation Special, 1959
1414Correspondence, February 4-November 5, 1959
1415Correspondence, February 2-3, 1959
1416Correspondence, January 6-30, 1959
BoxFolder
1421Correspondence-Pro, December 24, 1958-February 3, 1959
1422Correspondence-Anti, Jan-59
1423Correspondence, June 1957-September 1958
1424Correspondence, June 1956-May 1957
1425Correspondence, February-May 1956
1426Correspondence, 1950-1953
1427Correspondence, May-September 1949
1428Correspondence, February-March 1949
BoxFolder
1431Correspondence, February 7-15, 1949
1432Correspondence, February 1-5, 1949
1433Correspondence, Jan-49
1434Relocation Dictation, 1948-1949
1435Relocation Bills, 1949
1436Correspondence, 1948
1437Material, 1947-1948
T. Negro Repatriation
BoxFolder
1441Correspondence, 1950-1951
1442Correspondence, 1949
1443Gibbons and Jones Special File, 1949-1951
U. Negro Resettlement
BoxFolder
1444Negro-Resettlement Commission, 1964
V. Negro-Ray Sprigle Articles
BoxFolder
1445Negro-Ray Sprigle Articles, August 17-23, 1948
1446Negro-Ray Sprigle Articles, August 30-31, 1948
W. Poll Tax
BoxFolder
1451Correspondence, 1959, 1962
1452Material, 1962
1453Correspondence, 1949, 1952
1454Correspondence, May-December, 1948
1455Correspondence, February-March, 1948
1456Material, 1948-1950
1457Material, 1946-1947
1458Material, 1945
BoxFolder
1461Correspondence, 1944-1945
1462Material, 1944
1463Material, June-December, 1943
1464Material, May-43
1465Material, March-April, 1943
1466"From the Senator's Desk", 1942
1467Correspondence, 1942
BoxFolder
1471Material, Nov-42
1472Material, Nov-42
1473Material, Oct-42
1474Poll Tax Pamphlets, 1941-1942
1475Poll Tax Pamphlets, 1941-1942
X. Racial
BoxFolder
1481Correspondence, 1959, 1961-1964
1482Material, 1960-1964
1483Correspondence, June-December, 1957
1484Correspondence, January-May, 1957
BoxFolder
1491Material, 1957
1492Correspondence, June-December, 1956
1493Correspondence, April-may, 1956
1494Correspondence, January-March, 1956
1495Correspondence, 1955
1496Correspondence, January-February, 1954
1497Correspondence, March-November, 1954
BoxFolder
1501Material, 1954-1955
1502Correspondence, 1953
1503Material, 1953
1504Correspondence, 1950-1952
1505Material, 1952
BoxFolder
1511Racial Special file, January 1952-May 1950
1512Racial Special file, September 1948-August 1949
1513Racial Special file, September 1948-August 1949
1514Racial Special file, 1951-1949
1515Miscellaneous Racial Material & Clippings, August 15, 1949-October 31, 1949
1516Miscellaneous Racial Material & Clippings, July 10, 1949-August 14, 1949
1517Miscellaneous Racial Material & Clippings, June 1, 1949-July 9, 1949
BoxFolder
1521Racial File, March 1, 1948-Sept. 14, 1948
1522Racial Special, March-September 14, 1948
1523Material, 1948
1524Material, 1947
1525Material, 1945-1946
1526Material, 1943-1944
BoxFolder
1531Correspondence, November-December 1963-November 1965
1532Correspondence, Oct-63
1533Correspondence, July-September, 1963
1534Correspondence, Jun-63
1535Correspondence, May-63
1536Correspondence, January-April 1963
1537Correspondence, October-December 1962
1538Correspondence, Sep-62
1539Correspondence, August 8-30, 1962
15310Correspondence, January 3-August 7, 1962
15311Correspondence, June-December 1961
BoxFolder
1541Correspondence, January 1960-May 1961
1542Correspondence, 1958-1959
Y. Racial-Alabama
BoxFolder
1543Correspondence, 1963-1965
1544Correspondence-Unanswered Mail, 1963
Z. Racial-Mississippi
BoxFolder
1545Correspondence, 1963-1964
1546Correspondence, November-December 1962
1547Correspondence, October 17-30, 1962
1548Correspondence, October 12-16, 1962
1549Correspondence, October 10-11, 1962
15410Correspondence, October 7-9, 1962
BoxFolder
1551Correspondence, October 5-6, 1962
1552Correspondence, 4-Oct-62
1553Correspondence, 3-Oct-62
1554Correspondence, 2-Oct-62
1555Correspondence, 1-Oct-62
1556Correspondence, September 24-29, 1962
1557Unanswered Mail, 1962-1963
AA. Racial-Out of State
BoxFolder
1558Correspondence, August 1963-November 1964
1559Correspondence, May-July 1963
15510Correspondence, January-April 1963
15511Correspondence, September-December 1962
15512Correspondence, August 9-28 1962
BoxFolder
1561Correspondence, August 3-8 1962
1562Correspondence, January-July 1962
1563Correspondence, February 1960-December 1961
1564Correspondence, July-September 1959
1565Correspondence, December 1958-June 1959
BB. Racial Segregation
BoxFolder
1566Correspondence, 1956-1959, 1961
1567Material, 1958-1961
156 8-9 Material (booklets, pamphlets), 1959, 1960
BoxFolder
1571Material (News clippings), Sep-59
1572Material (News clippings), May-June 1959
1573Material (News clippings), January-August, 1959
1574Material (News clippings), March-April 1959
1575Material (News clippings), January-February 1959
1576Material (News clippings), October-December 1958
1577Material (News clippings), June-September 1958
1578Material (News clippings), January-May 1958
1579Material (News clippings), October-December 1957
15710Material (News clippings), June-September 1957
15711Material (News clippings), January-May 1957
15712Correspondence, 1954-1955
CC. Requests for Civil Rights Material
1. Georgia
BoxFolder
15713Georgia, January-December 1965
15714Georgia, September-December 1964
15715Georgia, July 15-August 1964
15716Georgia, July 1-July 14, 1964
15717Georgia, June 1-14, 1964
15718Georgia, May 25-28, 1964
BoxFolder
1581Georgia, May 11-22, 1964
1582Georgia, May 1-9, 1964
1583Georgia, March-April 1964
2. Out-of-State
BoxFolder
1584Out-of-State, January-July 1965
1585Out-of-State, July-December 1964
1586Out-of-State, June 1-30, 1964
1587Out-of-State, May 20-27, 1964
1588Out-of-State, May 1-14, 1964
1589Out-of-State, April 21-30, 1964
15810Out-of-State, April 16-20, 1964
15811Out-of-State, March 17-April 15, 1964
DD. Riot Commission
BoxFolder
15812Material, 1968
EE. Riots
BoxFolder
1591Correspondence, July-November, 1969
1592Correspondence, June, 1969
1593Correspondence, February-May, 1969
1594Correspondence, August-November, 1968
1595Correspondence, June-July, 1968
1596Correspondence, May 10-31, 1968
1597Correspondence, May 2-9, 1968
1598Correspondence, Apr-68
1599Correspondence, Mar-68
15910Correspondence, January-February 1968
15911Correspondence, November-December 1967
15912Correspondence, Oct-67
15913Correspondence, Sep-67
15914Correspondence, August 21-31, 1957
BoxFolder
1601Correspondence, August 12-18, 1967
1602Correspondence, August 2-11, 1967
1603Correspondence-Material, 1963
FF. Rule Change
BoxFolder
1604Material, 1964-1966
1605Material, 1963
1606Correspondence, Dec-61
1607Correspondence, August-October 1961
1608Correspondence, January 30-March 8, 1961
1609Correspondence, January 5-28, 1961
16010Material, 1961
BoxFolder
1611Correspondence, November-December 1960
1612Correspondence, Jan-59
1613Material, 1958
1614Correspondence, 1958
1615Material, 1957-1958
1616Material, 1956
1617Material, 1952-1953
1618Material, 1949
BoxFolder
1621Material, 1949
1622Material, 1947, undated
GG. School Segregation
1. General
BoxFolder
1623Correspondence, 1961, 1963
1624Material, 1963
1625Correspondence, 1960
1626Correspondence, 1959
1627Correspondence, December 22-31, 1958
1628Correspondence, December 10-17, 1958
1629Correspondence, December 4-9, 1958
16210Correspondence, December 1-3, 1958
16211Correspondence, August-December, 1957
16212Correspondence, July, 1957
16213Correspondence, January-May, 1957
BoxFolder
1631Correspondence, June-December 1956
1632Correspondence, April-May 1956
1633Correspondence, Mar-56
1634Correspondence, February 20-29, 1956
1635Correspondence, January 2-February 18, 1956
1636Material, undated
1637Correspondence, June-December 1955
1638Correspondence, January-May 1955
BoxFolder
1641Correspondence, October-December 1954
1642Correspondence, September 15-31, 1954
1643Correspondence, August 18-September 14, 1954
1644Correspondence, August 5-17, 1954
1645Correspondence, July 21-30, 1954
1646Correspondence, July 14-16, 1954
1647Correspondence, July 1-13, 1954
1648Correspondence, June 21-30, 1954
1649Correspondence, June 10-19, 1954
BoxFolder
1651Correspondence, June 5-9, 1954
1652Correspondence, June 2-4, 1954
1653Correspondence, 1-Jun-54
1654Correspondence, May 29-31, 1954
1655Correspondence, 28-May-54
1656Correspondence, 27-May-54
1657Correspondence, 26-May-54
1658Correspondence, 25-May-54
1659Correspondence, 24-May-54
16510Correspondence, May 22-23, 1954
16511Correspondence, 21-May-54
16512Correspondence, May 19-20, 1954
16513Correspondence, January 14-May 18, 1954
16514Correspondence, December 3-31, 1953
2. Georgia
BoxFolder
1661Correspondence, 1963
1662Correspondence, 1960
1663Correspondence, 1959
1664Correspondence, 1958
HH. Schools
1. General
BoxFolder
1665Clarke County Desegregation Correspondence, 1969
2. Georgia Schools - KEEP OPEN
BoxFolder
1666Georgia Schools - KEEP OPEN Correspondence, 1961
1667Georgia Schools - KEEP OPEN Correspondence, January-February 1960
1668Georgia Schools - KEEP OPEN Correspondence, November 1958-December 1959
3. Georgia Schools - CLOSE
BoxFolder
1669Georgia Schools - CLOSE Correspondence, 1961
16610Georgia Schools - CLOSE Correspondence, 1960
16611Georgia Schools - CLOSE Correspondence, 1958-1959
4. School Crisis
BoxFolder
16612School Crisis- Georgia Correspondence, 1958-1961
16613School Crisis- Georgia Material, 1960
II. Schools - Integration Directives
BoxFolder
1671Integration Directives-Correspondence, 1969-1970
1672Integration Directives-Correspondence [Empty], 1968
1673Integration Directives-Correspondence, 1967
1674Integration Directives-Correspondence, August-November 1966
1675Integration Directives-Correspondence, February-July 1966
1676Integration Directives-Correspondence, September-December 1965
1677Integration Directives-Correspondence, Jul-65
1678Integration Directives-Correspondence, May 20-June 20, 1965
1679Integration Directives-Correspondence, January 8-May 18, 1965
16710Integration Directives-Correspondence, August-November, 1964
16711Integration Directives-Correspondence, June, 1963- July, 1964
BoxFolder
1681Integration Out of State-Correspondence, 1960-1961
1682Integration Out of State-Integration Material, 1967-1970
1683Integration Out of State-Correspondence, 1962-1969
1684Integration Out of State-Material, January-June 1969
1685Integration Out of State-Material, 1968
1686Integration Out of State-Material, July-December, 1967
1687Integration Out of State-Material, January-June, 1967
JJ. Segregation
1. General
BoxFolder
1691Material, September-December, 1966
1692Material, April-August, 1966
1693Material, January-March, 1966
1694Material, August-December, 1965
1695Material, January-July, 1965
BoxFolder
1701Material, April-December 1964
1702Material, January-March 1964
1703Material, September-December 1963
1704Material, July-August, 1963
1705Material, June, 1963
BoxFolder
1711Material, April-May, 1963
1712Material, January-March, 1963
1713Material, November-December 1962
1714Material, September-October 1962
1715Material, July-August 1962
1716Material, May-June 1962
1717Material, January-April 1962
BoxFolder
1721Correspondence, 1961
1722Material, November-December 1961
1723Material, September-October 1961
1724Material, Aug-61
1725Material, Jul-61
1726Material, Jun-61
1727Material, May-61
1728Material, Apr-61
1729Material, Mar-61
17210Material, January-February, 1961
BoxFolder
1731Correspondence, 1960
1732Material, October-December 1960
1733Material, July-September 1960
1734Material, April-June 1960
1735Material, March 16-31, 1960
1736Material, March 1-14, 1960
1737Material, January-February, 1960
1738Correspondence, 1959
1739Material, September-December 1959
17310Material, June-August 1959
BoxFolder
1741Material, March-May, 1959
1742Material, January-February 1959
1743Correspondence, October-December 1958
1744Material, October-December 1958
1745Correspondence, July-September 1958
1746Material, July-September 1958
1747Correspondence, May-June 1958
1748Material, May-June 1958
1749Correspondence, February 14-April, 1958
17410Material, March-April, 1958
17411Correspondence, January-February 10, 1958
BoxFolder
1751Material, January-February, 1958
1752Correspondence, November-December 1957
1753Correspondence, Oct-57
1754Material, October-December, 1957
1755Correspondence, July-September 1957
1756Material, July-September 1957
1757Correspondence, March-June 1957
1758Material, April-June 1957
1759Material, Mar-57
BoxFolder
1761Correspondence, February 14-28, 1957
1762Correspondence, February 4-11, 1957
1763Material, Feb-57
1764Correspondence, January 16-23, 1957
1765Correspondence, January 2-15, 1957
1766Material, Jan-57
1767Material, 1957
1768Correspondence October-December, 1956
1769Material, October-December 1956
BoxFolder
1771Correspondence, July-December, 1956
1772Material, July-September, 1956
1773Correspondence, Jun-56
1774Material, Jun-56
1775Correspondence, April-May 1956
1776Material, May-56
1777Correspondence, Mar-56
1778Material, Mar-56
BoxFolder
1781Correspondence, Feb-56
1782Material, Feb-56
1783Correspondence, Jan-56
1784Material, Jan-56
1785Material, 1956
178 6-7 Magazines, 1956
BoxFolder
1791Correspondence, July-December 1955
1792Material, Dec-55
1793Material, Nov-55
1794Material, August-October 1955
1795Material, Jul-55
1796Correspondence, January-June 1955
1797Material, Jun-55
1798Material, May-55
1799Material, March-April 1955
BoxFolder
1801Material, Feb-55
1802Material, Jan-55
1803Special Segregation File, 1954
1804Correspondence, September-December 1954
1805Material, Dec-54
1806Material, Nov-54
1807Material, Oct-54
1808Material, Sep-54
BoxFolder
1811Correspondence, May-August 1954
1812Material, July-August 1954
1813Material, Jun-54
1814Material, March-May, 1954
1815Correspondence, January-April 1954
1816Correspondence, November-December 1953
1817Correspondence, April-September 1953
1818Correspondence, January-March 1953
1819Material, 1953
18110Correspondence, 1950-1952
2. Georgia
BoxFolder
1821Material, 1944-1955, undated
1822Correspondence, 1963
1823Correspondence, 1962
1824Correspondence, 1961
1825Correspondence, 1960
1826Correspondence, May-December 1959
1827Correspondence, February 3-April, 1959
1828Correspondence, January-February 2, 1959
1829Correspondence, 1958
18210Koinonia, 1957-1958, 1961
3. Out of State
BoxFolder
1831Correspondence, 1963-1964
1832Correspondence, 1962
1833Correspondence, May-November 1961
1834Correspondence, January-April 1961
1835Correspondence, June-December 1960
1836Correspondence, January-May 1960
1837Correspondence, 1959
1838Correspondence, 1958
4. Unanswered Mail
BoxFolder
1839Correspondence, 1963-1964
KK. Segregation in the Armed Services
BoxFolder
18310Correspondence, November 1963-December 1964
18311Correspondence, September-October 1963
18312Correspondence, August 20-27, 1963
18313Correspondence, August 13-16, 1963
BoxFolder
1841Correspondence, August 10-12, 1963
1842Correspondence, August 5-9, 1963
1843Correspondence, August 1-4, 1963
1844Correspondence, 31-Jul-63
1845Correspondence, June 6-July 29, 1963
1846Gesell Report, 1963-1964
1847Material, 1963
1848Correspondence, 1960-1962
1849Correspondence, 1956-1958
18410Material, 1956
18411Correspondence, 1952-1955
BoxFolder
1851Correspondence, 1951
1852Correspondence, 1950
1853Material, 1950-1951
1854Correspondence, 1949
1855"From the Senator's Desk", 1948
1856Material, 1948-1949
1857Material, 1944-1947
LL. Slander of the South
BoxFolder
1861Slander of the South, undated
MM. Southern Caucus
BoxFolder
1862Southern Caucus, 1970
1863Southern Caucus, 1969
1864Southern Caucus, 1968
1865Southern Caucus, 1967
1866Southern Caucus, 1966
1867Southern Caucus, 1965
1868Southern Caucus, 1964
1869Southern Caucus, 1963
18610Southern Caucus, 1962
18611Southern Caucus, 1961
18612Southern Caucus, 1960
18613Southern Caucus, 1959
18614Southern Caucus, 1957-1958
NN. States' Rights
BoxFolder
18615States' Rights, 1970
18616States' Rights, 1968
18617States' Rights, 1965-1967
18618States' Rights, 1963-1964
18619States' Rights, 1961-1962
18620States' Rights, 1959-1960
18621States' Rights, 1958
18622States' Rights, 1957
18623States' Rights, 1954-1957
BoxFolder
1871Material, 1944-1967
OO. Supreme Court
1. General
BoxFolder
1872Correspondence, May-November 1970
1873Correspondence, April 20-30, 1970
1874Correspondence, April 1-17, 1970
1875Correspondence, Mar-70
1876Correspondence, Feb-70
1877Correspondence, Jan-70
BoxFolder
1881Correspondence, Dec-69
1882Correspondence, November 18-25, 1969
1883Correspondence, November 5-17, 1969
1884Correspondence, October 13-31, 1969
1885Correspondence, October 9-10, 1969
1886Correspondence, 8-Oct-69
1887Correspondence, 7-Oct-69
1888Correspondence, July-August 1969
1889Correspondence, May-June 1969
18810Correspondence, January-April 1969
BoxFolder
1891Correspondence, November-December 1968
1892Correspondence, October 8-31, 1968
1893Correspondence, October 1-7, 1968
1894Correspondence, September 25-30, 1968
1895Correspondence, September 13-24, 1968
1896Correspondence, September 6-12, 1968
1897Correspondence, August 28-31, 1968
1898Correspondence, August 1-24, 1968
1899Correspondence, 31-Jul-68
18910Correspondence, July 24-30, 1968
18911Correspondence, July 22-23, 1968
18912Correspondence, July 17-19, 1968
18913Correspondence, July 1-16, 1968
BoxFolder
1901Correspondence, Jun-68
1902Correspondence, April-May 1968
1903Correspondence, January-March 1968
1904Correspondence, November-December 1967
1905Correspondence, July-October 1967
1906Correspondence, May-June 1967
1907Correspondence, January-April 1967
1908Correspondence, October-December 1966
1909Correspondence, July-September 1966
19010Correspondence, January-June 1966
BoxFolder
1911Correspondence, November-December 1965
1912Correspondence, January-August 1965
1913Correspondence, September-December 1964
1914Correspondence, Aug-64
1915Correspondence, Jul-64
1916Correspondence, January-June 1964
1917Correspondence, July-December 1963
1918Correspondence, January-June 1963
1919Correspondence, November-December 1962
19110Correspondence, May-October 1962
BoxFolder
1921Correspondence, January-April 1962
1922Material, 1962
1923Correspondence, April-December 1961
1924Correspondence, January-March 1961
1925Correspondence, 1960
1926Material, 1960
BoxFolder
1931Correspondence, February-December 1959
1932Correspondence, Jan-59
1933Correspondence, Dec-58
1934Correspondence, Nov-58
1935Correspondence, October 10-31, 1958
1936Correspondence, October 1-6, 1958
1937Correspondence, September 15-30, 1958
1938Correspondence, September 2-12, 1958
BoxFolder
1941Correspondence, July-August 1958
1942Correspondence, Jun-58
1943Correspondence, April-May 1958
1944Correspondence, February-March 1958
1945Correspondence, Jan-58
1946Correspondence, Dec-57
1947Correspondence, Nov-57
1948Correspondence, Oct-57
1949Correspondence, Sep-57
BoxFolder
1951Correspondence, Aug-57
1952Correspondence, Jul-57
1953Correspondence, Jun-57
1954Correspondence, March-May 1957
1955Correspondence, January-February 1957
1956Material, 1957
1957Correspondence, September-December 1956
1958Correspondence, May-August 1956
1959Material, 1953-56, n.d.
2. Southern Manifesto
BoxFolder
19510Manifesto Correspondence, March 20-May 16, 1956
19511Correspondence, March 12-19
3. School Prayer
BoxFolder
1961School Prayer- Correspondence, 1970
1962School Prayer- Correspondence, 1969
1963School Prayer- Correspondence, 1968
1964School Prayer- Correspondence, 1967
1965School Prayer- Correspondence, Aug-Dec 1966
1966School Prayer- Correspondence, Jan-July 1966
1967School Prayer- Correspondence, June 1964-Dec 1965
1968School Prayer- Correspondence, April-May 1964
BoxFolder
1971School Prayer- Correspondence, Jan-March 1964
1972School Prayer- Correspondence, Dec 20-30, 1963
1973School Prayer- Correspondence, Dec 2-19, 1963
1974School Prayer- Correspondence, Nov 12-29, 1963
1975School Prayer- Correspondence, Nov 4-9, 1963
1976School Prayer- Correspondence, Oct 24-31, 1963
1977School Prayer- Correspondence, Oct 15-23, 1963
1978School Prayer- Correspondence, Oct 12-14, 1963
1979School Prayer- Correspondence, Sept 4-Oct 9, 1963
BoxFolder
1981School Prayer- Correspondence, Aug 10-26, 1963
1982School Prayer- Correspondence, Aug 1-9, 1963
1983School Prayer- Correspondence, July 16-31, 1963
1984School Prayer- Correspondence, July 12-15, 1963
1985School Prayer- Correspondence, July 9-11, 1963
1986School Prayer- Correspondence, July 3-8, 1963
1987School Prayer- Correspondence, July 1-2, 1963
1988School Prayer- Correspondence, June 27-29, 1963
1989School Prayer- Correspondence, June 25-26, 1963
19810School Prayer- Correspondence, Jan 2-June 24, 1963
BoxFolder
1991School Prayer- Correspondence, Aug-Dec 1962
1992School Prayer- Correspondence, July 10-31, 1962
1993School Prayer- Correspondence, July 1-7, 1962
1994School Prayer- Correspondence, June, 1962
1995School Prayer- Correspondence, Jan-May, 1962
1996School Prayer- Correspondence, 1959-1961
4. Supreme Court Rulings
BoxFolder
1997Material, June 8-July, 1950
BoxFolder
2001Material, Jan-June 7, 1950
2002Material, 1944-1949
5. Talmadge Constitutional Amendment
BoxFolder
2003Correspondence, March 1959-Jan 1961
2004Correspondence, Feb 18-24, 1959
2005Correspondence, Feb 16-17, 1959
2006Correspondence, Feb 5-13, 1959
2007Correspondence, January 20-February 4, 1959
6. Tragedy of Errors
BoxFolder
2008Correspondence, February 1958-September 1959
2008Correspondence, February 1958-September 1959
2009Correspondence, Jan 17-29, 1958
20010Correspondence, September-December 1957
BoxFolder
2011Unanswered letters, 1957-1958
2012Speech, 23-Aug-57
2013Material, 1957
7. Walton County Murders
BoxFolder
2014Correspondence, 1946
PP. Constituent Correspondence Answered by Robo, 1957-1970
Scope and Contents note: Incoming correspondence answered by automatic form letters.
BoxFolder
2021Support for Presidential Commission on Civil Disorders [Riot Report], 1968
2022Opposition to Presidential Commission on Civil Disorders [Riot Report], 1968
2023H.E.W. Guidelines [Health, Education, and Welfare], 1969
2024School Desegregation-Anti Busing (folder 1 of 3), 1970 February-March
2025School Desegregation-Anti Busing (folder 2 of 3), 1970 February-March
2026School Desegregation-Anti Busing (folder 3 of 3), 1970 February-March
2027School Desegregation-Anti Busing, 1970 October
2028Support Equal Rights Amendment, 1970
BoxFolder
2031H.E.W. Modified School Plan-Against (folder 1 of 5), 1970 July 23
2032H.E.W. Modified School Plan-Against (folder 2 of 5), 1970 July 23
2033H.E.W. Modified School Plan-Against (folder 3 of 5), 1970 July 23
2034H.E.W. Modified School Plan-Against (folder 4 of 5), 1970 July 23
2035H.E.W. Modified School Plan-Against (folder 5 of 5), 1970 July 23
BoxFolder
2041School Desegregation-Anti Busing (folder 1 of 4), 1970
2042School Desegregation-Anti Busing (folder 2 of 4), 1970
2043School Desegregation-Anti Busing (folder 3 of 4), 1970
2044School Desegregation-Anti Busing (folder 4 of 4), 1970
2045Support for Vietnam and Cambodia, 1970
BoxFolder
2051School Desegregation-Anti Busing, 1969
2052School Desegregation-Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 1 of 2), 1970 March
2053School Desegregation-Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 2 of 2), 1970 March
2054School Desegregation-Anti Busing, 1970 April-May
2055H.E.W. Modified School Plan-Against (folder 1 of 2), 1970 July
2056H.E.W. Modified School Plan-Against (folder 2 of 2), 1970 July
2057School Desegregation-Anti Busing, 1970 August-December
2058Against Appointment of Judge Harrold Carswell, 1970
BoxFolder
2061School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 1 of 4), 1970 March
2062School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 2 of 4), 1970 March
2063School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 3 of 4), 1970 March
2064School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 4 of 4), 1970 March
BoxFolder
2071School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 1 of 4), 1970 March
2072School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 2 of 4), 1970 March
2073School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 3 of 4), 1970 March
2074School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 4 of 4), 1970 March
BoxFolder
2081School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 1 of 4), 1970 March
2082School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 2 of 4), 1970 March
2083School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 3 of 4), 1970 March
2084School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney] (folder 4 of 4), 1970 March
2085School Desegregation-Tattnall County Anti Busing Petition, 1970 March
BoxFolder
2091School Desegregation- Anti Busing ["Freedom of Choice" by Whiteford Blakeney], 1970 March
2092School Desegregation- Anti Busing (folder 1 of 3), 1970 January-March
2093School Desegregation- Anti Busing (folder 2 of 3), 1970 January-March
2094School Desegregation- Anti Busing (folder 3 of 3), 1970 January-March
2095Restore Voluntary Prayer in Schools, 1970
2096Support Anti-Obscenity Bill, 1970
BoxFolder
2101School Desegregation- Anti Busing and H.E.W. Guidelines (folder 1 of 4), 1970
2102School Desegregation- Anti Busing and H.E.W. Guidelines (folder 2 of 4), 1970
2103School Desegregation- Anti Busing and H.E.W. Guidelines (folder 3 of 4), 1970
2104School Desegregation- Anti Busing and H.E.W. Guidelines (folder 4 of 4), 1970
BoxFolder
2111School Desegregation- Anti Busing and Freedom of Choice (folder 1 of 5), 1970
2112School Desegregation- Anti Busing and Freedom of Choice (folder 2 of 5), 1970
2113School Desegregation- Anti Busing and Freedom of Choice (folder 3 of 5), 1970
2114School Desegregation- Anti Busing and Freedom of Choice (folder 4 of 5), 1970
2115School Desegregation- Anti Busing and Freedom of Choice (folder 5 of 5), 1970
2116Support Israel, 1970 January
BoxFolder
2121Martin Luther King Assassination and Race Riots (folder 1 of 2), 1968 April
2122Martin Luther King Assassination and Race Riots (folder 2 of 2), 1968 April
2123Open Housing Bill-Against, 1968
2124March on Washington-Against, 1968 March-April
2125Poverty March/Poor Peoples' Sit-in in Washington-Against, 1968 May
2126President's Commission on Civil Disorders Report [Riot Report], 1968
2127Pro Civil Rights and Pro Open Housing, 1968
2128Corporate Compliance to Civil Rights, 1968
BoxFolder
2131Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964
2132Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964
2133Anti Civil Rights [thank you letters for voting against bill] (folder 1 of 2), 1964
2134Anti Civil Rights [thank you letters for voting against bill] (folder 2 of 2), 1964
2135National Referendum for Civil Rights [out of state], 1964
BoxFolder
2141Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May-June
2142Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May-June
2143Anti Civil Rights Bill/Thank You Letters (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May-June
2144Anti Civil Rights Bill/Thank You Letters (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May-June
2145Pro Civil Rights Bill, 1964 June
2146Prayer in Schools, 1964 June
BoxFolder
2151Pro Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964
2152Pro Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964
2153Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964
2154Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964
2155Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964
BoxFolder
2161Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 May-June
2162Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 May-June
2163Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 May-June
2164Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 May-June
BoxFolder
2171Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May
2172Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May
2173Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May
2174Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2181Governor George Wallace-Maryland, 1964 May
2182Students for a Democratic Society (NY), 1964 May
2183Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 May
2184Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 May
2185Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2191Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1964 May
2192Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 May
2193Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 May
2194Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2201Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 May
2202Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 May
2203Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 May
2204Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 May
2205Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2211Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 3), 1964 May
2212Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 3), 1964 May
2213Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 3), 1964 May
2214Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May
2215Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May
2216Becker Amendment-Bible in Schools, 1964 May
BoxFolder
2221Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 May
2222Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 May
2223Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 May
2224Anti Civil Rights Bill Petition from Ohio [National Association for the Advancement of White People] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May
2225Anti Civil Rights Bill Petition from Ohio [National Association for the Advancement of White People] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2231Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 6), 1964 May
2232Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 6), 1964 May
2233Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 6), 1964 May
2234Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 6), 1964 May
2235Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 6), 1964 May
2236Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 6 of 6), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2241Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 May
2242Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 May
2243Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 May
2244Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 May
2245Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2251Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 April-May
2252Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 April-May
2253Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 April-May
2254Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April-May
BoxFolder
2261Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 April
2262Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 April
2263Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2271Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 May
2272Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 May
2273Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 May
2274Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2281Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 April
2282Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 April
2283Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 April
2284Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2291Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 May
2292Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 May
2293Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 May
2294Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May
2295Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2301Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 April-May
2302Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 April-May
2303Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 April-May
2304Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 April-May
BoxFolder
2311Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 May
2312Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 May
2313Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 May
2314Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 May
2315Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 May
BoxFolder
2321Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 April
2322Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 April
2323Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 April
2324Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2331Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 April
2332Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 April
2333Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 April
2334Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 April
2335Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2341Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 April
2342Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 April
2343Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 April
2344Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 April
2345Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2351Becker Amendment-Pro Prayer in Schools, 1964 April 30
2352Acknowledgements to Senator's Letter on Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964 April
2353Acknowledgements to Senator's Letter on Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964 April
2354Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 April
2355Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 April
2356Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 April
2357Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2361Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 April
2362Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 April
2363Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 April
2364Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2371Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 April
2372Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 April
2373Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 April
2374Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 April
2375Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2381Pro Civil Rights Bill- Princeton University Petition, 1964 April 25
2382Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1964 April
2383Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 April
2384Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 April
2385Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 April
2386Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2391Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 April
2392Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 April
2393Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 April
2394Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 April
2395Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2401Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 April
2402Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 April
2403Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 April
2404Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 April
2405Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2411Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 3), 1964 April
2412Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 3), 1964 April-May
2413Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 3), 1964 April
2414Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 April
2415Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 April
2416Anti Civil Rights Bill- Form Letter Postcard, 1964 May-June
BoxFolder
2421Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 April
2422Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 April
2423Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 April
2424Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April
2425RE: NY Police Action at World Fair- Dissaprove Russell's Criticism, 1964 April
2426Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964 April
2427Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2431Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 April
2432Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 April
2433Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 April
2434Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964 April
2435Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2441Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 April
2442Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 April
2443Pro Civil Rights Bill, 1964 April
2444Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 April
2445Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964 April
2446Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2451Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 April
2452Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 April
2453Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 April
2454Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 April
2455Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 April
2456Fight Communism- Take Over Cuba, 1964 April
BoxFolder
2461Anti Civil Rights Bill- Form Letter Postcard, 1964 May 29
2462Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 March-April
2463Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 March-April
2464Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 March-April
2465Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 March-April
2466Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 March-April
2467Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 April
BoxFolder
2471Proposed Relocation of African-Americans, 1964 March
2472Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 March
2473Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 March
2474Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 March-April
2475Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 April
BoxFolder
2481Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 March
2482Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 March
2483Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 3), 1964 March
2484Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 3), 1964 March
2485Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 3), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2491Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5 ), 1964 March
2492Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 February-March
2493Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 February-March
2494Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 February-March
2495Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 February-March
BoxFolder
2501Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 March
2502Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 March
2503Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 March
2504Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 March
2505Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1964 March
BoxFolder
2511Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 March
2512Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 March
2513Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 March
2514Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2521Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 March
2522Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 March
2523Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 March
2524Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2531Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 March
2532Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 March
2533Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 March
2534Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2541Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 March
2542Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 March
2543Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 March
2544Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 March
2545Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2551Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 March
2552Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 March
2553Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 March
2554Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 February
2555Anti Civil Rights Bill, RE: Russell on TV/Radio- "Face the Nation" [out of state], 1964 March
2556Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 March 27
BoxFolder
2561Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 5), 1964 March
2562Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 5), 1964 March
2563Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 5), 1964 March
2564Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 5), 1964 March
2565Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 5 of 5), 1964 March
2566Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 March
BoxFolder
2571Anti Civil Rights Bill, RE: "Face the Nation" Interview (folder 1 of 2), 1964 March
2572Anti Civil Rights Bill, RE: "Face the Nation" Interview (folder 2 of 2), 1964 March
2573Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 March
2574Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 March
2575Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 March
2576Russell's Form Letter to Constituents - Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1964 March
BoxFolder
2581Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1964 March
2582Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 March
2583Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 March
2584Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2591Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 March
2592Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1964 March
2593Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 March
2594Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 March
2595Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 March
2596Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2601IRS [Internal Revenue Service] Tax Exempt Organizations, 1964 March
2602Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 March
2603Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 March
2604Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 March
2605Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2611Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 March
2612Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 March
2613Pro Civil Rights Bill, 1964 March
2614Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 March
2615Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 March
2616Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2621Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 March
2622Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 March
2623Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 March
2624Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 March
BoxFolder
2631Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 February
2632Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 February
2633Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 February
2634Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 February
BoxFolder
2641Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1964 February
2642Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1964 February
2643Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1964 February
BoxFolder
2651Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 February
2652Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1964 February
2653Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1964 February
2654Anti Civil Righst Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1964 February
BoxFolder
2661Donation Request from Savannah State College for Scholarship Drive, 1964 February
2662Support One Price Cotton Bill, 1964 February
2663Pro Civil Rights Bill, 1964 February
2664Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1964 February
2665Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 2), 1964 February
2666Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 2), 1964 February
2667RE: US News & World Report Aricle, Compromise on Civil Rights Bill- Oppose, 1964 February
BoxFolder
2671Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1964 May
2672Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1964 February
2673Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1964 February
2674Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1964 February
BoxFolder
2681Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1958-1963
2682Pro Relocation, 1958-1959
2683Pro Civil Rights Bill, 1963 June
2684Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1963
2685Pro Civil Rights [out of state], 1959
2686Desegregation in the Armed Forces, 1963
BoxFolder
2691Anti Civil Rights Bill- Protesting Little Rock [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1957
2692Anti Civil Rights Bill- Protesting Little Rock [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1957
2693Anti Civil Rights Bill- Protesting Little Rock (folder 1 of 2), 1957
2694Anti Civil Rights Bill- Protesting Little Rock (folder 2 of 2), 1957
2695Robos Form Letter- Anti Civil Rights, 1957
BoxFolder
2701Opposition to Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1957
2702Opposition to Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1957
2703Opposition to Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1957
2704Opposition to Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR, 1957
2705Pro Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR [out of state], 1957
BoxFolder
2711Opposition to Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR, 1957
2712Opposition to Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR [out of state] (folder 1 of 2), 1957
2713Opposition to Federal Troops in Little Rock, AR [out of state] (folder 2 of 2), 1957
BoxFolder
2721Jury Trial Amendment on Civil Rights Bill- Thank You/Congratulatory Correspondence [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1957
2722Jury Trial Amendment on Civil Rights Bill- Thank You/Congratulatory Correspondence [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1957
2723Jury Trial Amendment on Civil Rights Bill- Thank You/Congratulatory Correspondence [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1957
2724Jury Trial Amendment on Civil Rights Bill- Thank You/Congratulatory Correspondence, 1957
BoxFolder
2731Anti Civil Rights Bill- Thank You Correspondence [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1957
2732Anti Civil Rights Bill- Thank You Correspondence [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1957
2733Anti Civil Rights Bill- Thank You Correspondence [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1957
2734Anti Civil Rights Bill- Thank You Correspondence (folder 1 of 2), 1957
2735Anti Civil Rights Bill- Thank You Correspondence (folder 2 of 2), 1957
BoxFolder
2741Pass Postal Service Salary Increase, 1957 August
2742Russell's Form Letter RE: Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1957
2743Anti Civil Rights Bill, 1957 August
2744Anti Civil Rights Bill/ Pro Jury Trial Amendment [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1957 August
2745Anti Civil Rights Bill/ Pro Jury Trial Amendment [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1957 August
2746Anti Civil Rights Bill/ Pro Jury Trial Amendment [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1957 August
BoxFolder
2751Pro Civil Rights Bill [out of state], 1957
2752Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 4), 1957
2753Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 4), 1957
2754Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 4), 1957
2755Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 4 of 4), 1957
BoxFolder
2761Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 4), 1957 July
2762Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 4), 1957 July
2763Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 4), 1957 July
2764Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 4 of 4), 1957 July
2765Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 1 of 3), 1957 July
2766Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 2 of 3), 1957 July
2767Anti Civil Rights Bill [out of state] (folder 3 of 3), 1957 July
BoxFolder
2771Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 7), 1957 July
2772Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 7), 1957 July
2773Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 7), 1957 July
2774Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 4 of 7), 1957 July
2775Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 5 of 7), 1957 July
2776Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 6 of 7), 1957 July
2777Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 7 of 7), 1957 July
2778Pro Civil Rights Bill, 1957 July
BoxFolder
2781Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 7), 1957 July
2782Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 7), 1957 July
2783Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 7), 1957 July
2784Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 4 of 7), 1957 July
2785Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 5 of 7), 1957 July
2786Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 6 of 7), 1957 July
2787Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 7 of 7), 1957 July
BoxFolder
2791Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 6), 1957 July
2792Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 6), 1957 July
2793Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 6), 1957 July
2794Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 4 of 6), 1957 July
2795Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 5 of 6), 1957 July
2796Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 6 of 6), 1957 July
BoxFolder
2801Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 3), 1957 July
2802Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 3), 1957 July
2803Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 3), 1957 July
BoxFolder
2811Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 1 of 3), 1957 July
2812Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 2 of 3), 1957 July
2813Anti Civil Rights Bill (folder 3 of 3), 1957 July