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    • Oral history with Charles Griffin

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on June 18, 1980 with Charles Hudson Griffin (born 1926). Griffin served in the office of U. S. Congressman John Bell Williams until 1968 when he campaigned for the position himself. He served three terms...
    • Oral history with Clarence Magee; 1997-1998; 2012

    • Oral history.; Two interviews conducted with Clarence Magee. The first interview takes place on November 30, 2012. The second interview takes place on September 22, 1997 and was continued on February 09, 1998. Magee was born May 14, 1932. He was...
    • Oral history with Cleveland Sellers, Jr.; 2003

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted September 2, 2003 in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Cleveland Sellers was born in 1944 in rural Denmark, South Carolina. Sellers organized a college chapter of the NAACP which then became instrumental in helping the...
    • Oral history with Eldridge W. Steptoe, Jr.; 1995

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on November 14, 1995 with Eldridge W. Steptoe Jr. (born 1936). Mr. Steptoe witnessed his father's involvement in the McComb movement of the early 1950s and in the establishing of a local chapter of the NAACP in...
    • Oral history with Hardy Frye; 2004

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted December 2, 2004 in Berkeley, California. Frye was born February 18, 1939 in Tuskegee, Alabama. Frye discusses growing up in the majority African American community of Tuskegee. He entered the Army and upon his...
    • Oral history with James C. Coleman; 2000

    • Oral history.; Interview with James C. Coleman conducted on April 12, 2000. James C. Coleman was born and raised in Jackson, Mississippi. After being educated at Tougaloo College, University of Tennessee, Memphis State University, and the...
    • Oral history with Bennie Gooden; 1994

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 15, 1994 with Bennie Gooden. As one of the founding members of the Southern Education Recreation Association (SERA), Mr. Gooden wrote the grant proposal to fund Coahoma County's first Head Start program...
    • Oral history with James Cohen; 1976

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on February 2, 1976 with James Cohen (born 1920). Mr. Cohen was born in rural Forrest County, Mississippi in 1920. Although poor, his widowed mother helped him attend college after he graduated valedictorian from...
    • Oral history with Edmond Boudreaux, Jr.

    • Oral history.; An interview conducted on August 2, 2007 and October 9, 2007 with Edmond Boudreaux, Jr., a longtime Mississippi Gulf Coast resident and active local historian of the region. Mr. Boudreaux discusses the impact of Hurricane Katrina on...
    • Oral history with Jack Liggans; 2002

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted April 22, 2002 in Claiborne County, Mississippi. Jack Liggans was born July 15, 1921 in Claiborne County to George Liggans, Sr. and Bessie Butler. He was educated at Watson Chapel School and Claiborne County...
    • Oral history with James Gray; 2002

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted May 29, 2002 in James Gray's office. James Gray, Jr. was born on February 24, 1941, in Vicksburg, Mississippi. The family moved to Port Gibson, Mississippi when Gray was three years old, and he has lived there...
    • Dedication page; 1924 Neka Camon, page 6

    • Dedication Page of the 1924 Neka Camon. Text reads: The Dedication To Vice-President T.P. Scott a Gentleman, Christian, Leader and Teacher, whose whole-hearted service has been a strong factor in making S.T.C. what it is; this volume of Neka Camon...
    • 1924;
    • Oral History with Duncan Gray Jr.; 1999

    • Drawn from a collection of ten interviews with participants in the Mississippi civil rights movement. The people interviewed discuss how they came to participate in the civil rights movement, their various activities, including voter registration,...
    • Nothing personal; June 1974

    • From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by Clyde Wells. This cartoon is in three parts. In the first frame, Gerald Ford speaks from a podium which carries the seal of the Vice-President. Richard Nixon stands behind and below Ford....
    • 1974-06
    • Mary had a reluctant little lamb; [1968?]

    • From the AAEC Editorial Cartoon Collection. Cartoon by John Stampone. In the first of four frames, Richard Nixon is drawn to resemble a small girl walking to school wearing a dress and broad-brimmed hat. From one hand, he holds the end of the strap...
    • 1968;
    • Oral history with Thomas P. Brady; 1972

    • Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 4, 1972 with Associate Justice Thomas Pickens Brady, of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in his chambers in Jackson, Mississippi. Brady was born on August 6, 1903, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated...


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