Ed King Interview, Philadelphia, MS, 8/24/1994

Type 
Interview
Year 
1994
Creator(s) 
Charles Marsh (interviewer)
Ed King (interviewee)
Date 
Wed, 08/24/1994
Medium 
Tape Recorded, then Transcribed
Doc # 
7INT05.01
Abstract 

Ed King discusses the possible circumstances surrounding the deaths of three civil rights workers--James Chaney, Andrew Goodman and Michael Schwerner--in Philadelphia, Mississippi in 1964. He does so while giving interviewer Charles Marsh a tour of the various sights in Philadelphia. Additionally, the document contains an interview with Beatrice and Bud Cole and a discussion about civil rights activists Bob Moses and John Perkins.

Additional information 

Document Description: 27-page typewritten transcript of interview; located in PLT Archive folder "Ed King Interview 1994, Aug", "Ed King 'Philadelphia Trip' Marsh, Charles Interview 1994" as document 1EKI18.01, "Philadelphia -Ed King" as document 1EKI22.01 and "Ed King: Philly Trip 1994" as document 1EKI23.01 .

Rights 
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