National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

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Ed King Woolworth's Lunch Counter Sit-In
Ed King Curriculum Vitae: Edwin King: Civil Rights Work in 1960s, Summary
Ed King Traffic Accident & Hospital Stay (Untitled Document)
Paul Gaston Jim Crow's Demise: The UVa Story
Ed King Project Description: The Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party
Ed King Sixties and Sit-ins
Charles Marsh Dahmer Murder and the Response of the Church, Field Notes
Ed King Rifle Squads in the Beloved Community
1956 Herbert Ravenel Sass From the Congressional Record 1956: Mixed Schools and Mixed Blood
1956 Herbert Ravenel Sass Section Four: On Defending Racial Differences Until the Whole American People Recognizes the South as the Defender of Something Permanently Important(Untitled Document)
1960 Elroy Embry Letter from Elroy Embry to Ed King
1960 Unknown B.U. Theology Student Rearrested in Race Test
1960 Donald F. Martin France Watching Girl's Trial Here
1961 Ed King Letter from Ed King to Elroy Embry (04/28/1961)
1961 Unknown Shootings and Killings Since 1961
J. Oscar Lee
Alfred J. Kramer
Interracial News Service September-October 1962 Issue
1962 John Collins Student Interracial Ministry: A Venture in Reconciliation
Student Interracial Ministry
Philip D. Brown
Douglas Renick
Samuel Varner
Ralph Luker
William G. Myers
James Forbes
Bonnie Cox
Harold W. Smith
Max Case
Roger Olemacher
Hank Elkins
Kent Organ
Klaus Schmidt
J. Grant Swank
Student Interracial Ministry: Mid-Summer Report
1962 Unknown Resume of the Inquiry Re: Robert Parris Moses Conscientious Objector
Medgar W. Evers
Doris Allison
John R. Salter
Letter from Jackson NAACP Branches to Ross R. Barnett, Allen E. Thompson, et al. (Untitled Document)
1963 Unknown Funeral March Finishes in White-Led Agitation: Minority of Mourners at Evers Rites Jailed (Funeral)
1963 John Perkins Bunche Criticizes Powell in Address at Tougaloo
1963 Unknown Proposes Churches Be Ready
1963 Unknown Plea for Peace
1963 Jimmy Ward Quotes Taken From the Editor's Column of the Jackson Daily News
1963 Unknown Defiance
1963 Ed King Statement by the Rev. R. Edwin King, Chaplain of Tougaloo Southern Christian College
1963 Ed King Jackson Movement, Spring 1963-"Children's Crusades and Concentration Camps"
1963 Unknown Resegregation Irks St. Louis Negroes
1963 Ed King Jackson Movement, Spring 1963-Woolworth's Part VIII