1954-1959 -- Sitting and Walking in Faith: The Christian Church as a Locus of Resistance

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1957 T. Ray Lawrence Letter from T. Ray Lawrence to Ed King (02/05/1957)
1957 Sue Cater There Was Fun Too
Norman Cousins
Nelle Coulter
The Making of Tomorrow
1957 Ed King The Importance of Apostolic Succession in the Methodist Church (Untitled Article)
1957 J.W. Letter from J.W. to Ed King (12/18/1957)
1957 Gloria E. Brown Letter from Gloria E. Brown to Ed King (03/06/1957)
1958 P. E. Russell God's People in Bondage
1958 Unknown Jackson Bishop Gets New Honor, Named President-Designate Of Worldwide Bishop Council
1958 W. B. Selah The Climate of Freedom: A Sermon by Dr. W. B. Selah March 23, 1958
1958 J.W. Letter from J.W. to Ed King (03/05/1958)
1958 J.W. Letter from J.W. to Ed King (02/14/1958)
1959 Ralph McGill The Agony of the Southern Minister
1961 Frank Holloway Travel Notes from a Deep South Tourist
1963 Anne Braden Anne Braden to Joan C. Browning, 3/13/1963
1963 Central Jurisdiction Study Committee (Committee of Five) Central Jurisdiction Speaks
1963 Ed King Excerpts from Manuscript on Jackson Movement
J.H. O'Dell
Fannie Lou Hamer
Life in Mississippi: An Interview with Fannie Lou Hamer
1970 John Egerton "Will Campbell," from A Mind to Stay Here
1970 John Egerton "John Lewis," from A Mind to Stay Here
Will D. Campbell
Orley B. Caudill
An Oral History With Will D. Campbell
John McEntyre
Will D. Campbell
Book Review: The Glad River
Ed King
Dorothy Abbott
Growing Up in Mississippi in a Time of Change
1988 Nicolaus Mills Heard and Unheard Speeches: What Really Happened at the March on Washington?
1989 Thomas E. Frank Norman Vincent Peale
1989 Unknown Will D. Campbell
Charles Marsh
Ed King
Interview with Ed King
Charles Marsh
Bob Zellner
Interview with Bob Zellner, 3/29/1995
1996 Unknown American Civ. Liber. Union of Miss., Inc. vs. King
1996 Unknown Mississippi Bias Panel Spied on 87,000 People, Court Told
2000 Jennifer Ford Will Campbell and Christ's Ambassadors: Selections from the Katallagete/James Y. Halloway Collection, Special Collections, University of Mississippi