Part IV Winter-Spring 1963 "Vicksburg"

Type 
Document
Creator(s) 
Ed King (author)
Doc # 
1EKI29.01
Abstract 

In this document, Ed King recalls returning from New England to attend his father's funeral in Vicksburg, Mississippi in the spring of 1963. King describes the hateful reactions of family friends to his civil rights work when they see him at the funeral service. King's ancestry was a group of hard-working WASPs from the South whose racism was palpable.

Additional information 

Document Description: six-page photocopy of typewritten document; located in PLT Archive folder "Ed King 'Vicksburg win-sp 1963' IV". 

Rights 
Copy available for use subject to Creative Commons License CC-BY-NC-ND (Attribution required, Non-Commercial use, No Derivatives, 3.0, Unported).