Needed for Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Freedom Schools; July, 1964
* almanacs (very recent)
* magazines--Life, Ebony, National Geographic, American Heritage, etc.
* books--all kinds, especially Negro history
* maps--U.S., world, Mississippi
* prints of artistic works
* library card file--for 3”x 5” cards; we anticipate a library of 5000 books by the end of the
* paper--mimeograph, typing, carbon, notebook, newsprint, etc.
* 3” x 5” cards
* manila folders and envelopes
* loose leaf notebooks
* spiral notebooks 8 ½” x 11”
* pencils, ball-point pens crayons
* erasers--pencils, typewriter, chalk
* mimeograph stencils
* staplers, staples, paper clips, scissors, masking tape, Scotch tape, magic markers
* paint brushes--all sizes for posters
* poster paints--all colors, especially red, white, blue, black
* yardsticks, rulers
* pencil sharpeners
* paper towels
* bar soap
MONEY--many of the above materials are heavy and it makes more sense to buy them in Mississippi than to buy them elsewhere and ship them to Mississippi; money should be sent in the form of postal money orders made out to the individual you know in Hattiesburg or to Sanford R. Leigh (the project director in Hattiesburg.)
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