Birmingham, AL

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1932 Howard Kester The Interracial Situation
1960 Lillian Smith Behind the Sit-Ins
1960 Unknown Birmingham Court Slates Sit-In Trials for Monday
1962
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 Ed King Methodist Church and Ministry Conference (Part II): Letter
1963 Ed King Birmingham Funerals
1963 Unknown Bombing Reward Passes $76,000
1963 Charles Morgan, Jr. Who is Guilty in Birmingham?
1963 Unknown 24-Hour Watch Posted at Steel City Churches: Seeking to Minimize Dangers of Bombing
1963 Unknown Local Clerics Voice Regret Over Bombing
1963 Unknown Note from a Negro in BOMBingham, Alabama(Untitled Document)
1963 Jeannette King King Family Christmas Letter(Untitled Document)
1963 J. Fount Tillman For the Living of These Days
1963 Unknown Negro Leaders Pause to Reconsider
1963 Ed King Children's Crusades and Concentration Camps
1964 Ed King White Church (Part One) III: "Citizens Council vs. Church"
1964 Ed King White Church (Part One) II: Birmingham
1964 Bob Moses Robert P. Moses to Julian Bond
1964 Ed King Mississippi Life (Fall 1963) VI-B: "Church"
1964 Ed King White Church (Part One) XIV-B: White Church Leaders-von Hoffman
1966 Unknown SNCC: Notes and Comments April 1966 Issue
1966 Ed Riddick The Movement: Quo Vadis, Watchman?
1970 John Egerton "John Lewis," from A Mind to Stay Here
1972 James Forman The Freedom Vote
1972 James Forman Lucretia Collins: "The Spirit of Nashville"
1980 Gary McElroy Church Preaches Gospel of Race
1984 Paula Giddings Chapter XVI: SNCC: Coming Full Circle
1990 Lawrence Wright The First Church of Rednecks, White Socks, and Blue Ribbon Beer
1997 Paul Gaston "Sitting In" in the 'Sixties: A Historian's Memoir
2000 Unknown Birmingham Post-Herald May 2000 Issue: Metro Section