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Arkansas Council on Human Relations Records

 Collection
Identifier: MS Ar4 ACHR

Scope and Content Note

The records pertain to the creation, organization, and functioning of the Council, and to the activities and interests of its officers, directors, staff, membership, supporters and opponents in regard to race relations in Arkansas. They include office files and sound recordings.

Dates

  • Creation: 1954-1968

Creator

Language of Materials

Materials are in English.

Access Information

Please call (479) 575-8444 or email specoll@uark.edu at least two weeks in advance of your arrival to ensure availability of the materials.

Use Information

No Use Restrictions Apply.

No Interlibrary Loan.

Standard Federal Copyright Laws Apply (U.S. Title 17

Biographical Note

The Arkansas Council on Human Relations was organized in December 1954 and incorporated and staffed in 1955 as a voluntary non-profit, non-political organization. It was associated with the Southern Regional Council. The purpose of the ACHR was to seek improved human relations by working to secure equal opportunity for all people.

Extent

18 Linear Feet (36 boxes)

Arrangement of the Papers

Materials are arranged in two series:

  1. Series 1, Office Files
  2. Series 2, Sound Recordings

Acquisition Information

The records of the Arkansas Council on Human Relations for the period 1954-1968 were given to the University of Arkansas Libraries by the Little Rock office in April 1968.

Processing Information

Processed by Samuel Sizer; completed in December 1974. The finding aid was recreated in electronic format by Kim Janssen in 2002, and inventory arrangement was modified at that time.

Index to Correspondence (Boxes 1-34, Folders 1-356)

(Names of recipients are italicized; names of senders are not. Citations refer to the folders in which an item or items of correspondence can be located. Examples:
“Abernathy, Ros. 78" indicates that correspondence sent by Ros Abernathy can be found in Folder 78.
“American Jewish Committee. 78, 79, 116" indicates that correspondence received by the American Jewish Committee can be found in Folder 78, 79, and 116.
Abernathy, Ros.
78
Abernethy, Dorothy.
79
Abernethy, Dorothy
79
Abingdon Press
245
ACHR
78, 79, 225
Acklen, Henry E.
40
Acree, Leroy.
161
Adams, Coy.
81
Adams, Daniel.
16
Adams, F[loyd] D.
40
Adams, W.L.
315
Adams, W.L
315
Adcock, Robert
79
Adkisson, Sam
303
Adler, Franz
43, 63
Adler, Leta M. (Mrs. Franz).
38, 268
Adler, Leta M. (Mrs. Franz)
119, 268
Admissions Committee, Encampment for Citizenship
68
African-American Institute
82
Ahmann, Mathew H.
81, 82, 229
Ahmann, Mathew H.
81, 228, 229
Ahnad, Zamruddin.
136
Ahnad, Zamruddin
136
Albright, John E.
84
Albright, John, Lois and family.
84
Albright, Montez G. (Mrs. Ed. A.)
82, 330
Albright, Montez G. (Mrs. Ed. A.)
82, 330
Alexander, F.L.
206
Alexander, G.S.
182
Alexander, G.S.
182
Alexander, Henry
277
Alexander, Julian
303
Alexander, Ruth House.
182
Alexander, Ruth House
181
Akexander, Theophilus D.
40
Allbright, John
282
Allen, Vicky (Mrs. Harold V.)
144, 146
Alston, John O.
83, 84
Alston, John O.
229
Alstork, C. Donald, Senior.
225, 248
Alstork, C. Donald, Senior.
248
Alves, J. Hodge.
40, 212
Amacher, Anne W. (Mrs. Richard E.).
266
Amacher, Anne W. (Mrs. Richard E.)
266
American Jewish Committee
78, 79, 116
American Jewish Congress
245
Anderson, Clinton
81
Anderson, Edna T. "Tommie."
356
Anderson, Edna T. "Tommie."
79, 81, 82, 229, 356
Anderson, Harold B.
78, 159
Anderson, John
120
Anspach, Norman K.
335
Anthony, Paul
77, 330
Anthony, Paul.
123, 140, 151, 155, 185, 224, 330
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith
185, 245
Arakelian, Ethel.
185
Arakelian, Ethel
185
Arkansas Gazette
34, 81, 90, 233, 254
Arkansas Recorder
245
Arnold, Felix B
206
Arnold, Ruth (Mrs. Felix B.)
9, 77-79, 81-84, 155, 170, 185, 190, 221, 240
Arnold, Ruth (Mrs. Felix B.)
63, 77-79, 82-84, 170, 185, 190, 225, 226, 229, 236, 248, 330, 347
Aronson, Arnold.
245, 347
Aronson, Arnold.
55, 76, 165, 232
Ascoli, Max.
170
Ashmore, Harry Scott
78, 83, 129, 199, 225, 270
Ashmore, Harry Scott.
38, 79, 151, 199, 206, 225, 229
Auman, Lester W.
208
Babbitt, Thelma W.
47, 56, 78, 137, 224, 228, 319, 342
Babbitt, Thelma W.
72, 77-79, 228, 319, 322, 342
Bagwell, William "Bill."
9, 56, 185
Bagwell, William "Bill."
9, 185
Baker, Ferris C.
144, 146
Baldin, James.
334
Baldwin, J.F.
281
Baldwin, J.F.
281
Banner, Knox.
78
Banner, Knox.
135, 206
Bardon, Doris.
327
Barnett, Das Kelley.
229
Barnett, Frances.
281
Barnhart, Ralph C[layton].
9, 47
Barnhart, Ralph C[layton].
2, 9, 47, 72
Barr, James H.
225, 248
Barr, James H.
248
Barrow, John
79
Basham, Parma
9, 135, 206
Bashor, Philip.
20
Bateman, Benjamin H.
213
Bateman, Benjamin H.
213
Bates, Daisy (Mrs. L.C)
116
Bates, Daisy (Mrs. L.C).
237
Bates, Joy.
9, 37, 38
Bates, Joy
9, 14, 37, 38, 81, 116, 151, 206
Bates, W. Floyd
81, 151, 354
Baughman, Charles W.
40
Bearden, Robert E.L. "Bob"
40, 208
Bearden, Robert E.L. "Bob."
77, 83, 208
Beasley, Melbat.
81
Beasley, Wallace D.
233, 281
Beasley, Wallace D.
233
Beecher, Robert (Mrs.).
47
Bell, Colin W.
224
Bell, Ruth.
81
Bell, Tartt
60
Bell, William A.
137
Bellamy, Ralph
123
Benita, Mother M[ary]
79
Benita, Mother M[ary].
315
Bennett, Bruce
116
Bent, R.K.
266
Benton, Elbert E.
206
Berbigilia, James
77
Berry, Guy.
144
Besig, Ernest.
170
Besig, Ernest
170
BFC Films
245
Bigley, Paul L.
77
Binder, James S.
229
Bingham, Barry
228, 229
Bingham, Barry.
228
Bird, Marvin.
343
Black, Algernon D.
116
Black, Algernon D.
116
Black, Ira D.
48
Black, R.W., Jr.
352
Blackmore, Mrs. & Mr.
79
Bland, Cecil
281
Bland, J.L.
161
Blankenship, G.W.
78
Blass, Noland, Jr.
303, 352
Block, Herbert.
268
Blum, Rebecca.
78
Board of Social and Economic Relations
185
Boehm, Charles H.
82
Bogan, Charles.
145
Bogan, Charles
145
Boggs, Marion A.
47, 48, 83
Boggs, Marion A.
47
Bolton, Les
281
Bond, Jane M.
81
Bond, Jane M.
80
Bond, U.S.
303
Bonnit, Edward
43
Bookbinder, Hyman.
270
Booker, J.R.
88, 126
Booker, J.T. (Family of)
77
Booth, Helen, (Mrs. Louis F.).
48, 78
Borden, Joseph C.
225, 245
Botnick, A.I.
55
Bowen, J.H.
82
Bowers, Daniel
77
Bowles, Howard
185
Boyd, Fannie.
19
Bradley, Elizabeth C.
281
Bradley, Elizabeth C.
281
Bradley, Montgomery
331
Branton, P.A. (Mrs.).
250
Branton, P.A. (Mrs.)
250
Branton, Wiley A.
66, 72, 82, 250, 315, 316
Branton, Wiley A.
66, 72, 83, 84, 88, 198, 250, 316
Branton, Wiley A. (Mrs.)
84
Breathitt, Edward T.
164
Breihan, Bob.
77
Brewer, Joe R.
78
Brewer, Joe R.
203
Brewer, Vivion (Mrs. Joe R.).
9, 80, 81, 84, 203
Brewer, Vivion (Mrs. Joe R.)
9, 77, 84, 330
Brinkley, David.
82
Brinkley, David
82
Bristol, James E.
248
Bristol, James E.
248
Broadcasting and Film Commission (The).
245
Brooker, J.R.
151, 154
Brossier, Clem
281
Brothers, Richard D.
47
Brothers, Richard D.
47
Brown, Alfreda.
316
Brown, Anna (Mrs. Jeff)
47
Brown, Aubrey N., Jr.
319
Brown, Aubrey N., Jr.
164
Brown, Frankye I. (Mrs.).
228
Brown, J.J.
16
Brown, James A.
82
Brown, Robert R.
212
Brown, Robert R.
88
Brown, Stephen G.
78
Browne, Eleanor Kent.
136
Bruce, Imon E.
315
Bruce, Imon E.
315
Brumley, Ira A.
40
Brunner, Wilfred R.
135, 136
Bruwer, Johannes P.
136
Bruwer, Johannes P.
136
Bryant, R.F.
84
Burke, John E.
79, 206, 303
Burke, Thelma. (Mrs. John E.).
38
Burke, Thelma. (Mrs. John E.)
9, 38, 206, 352
Burkhead, Margaret
78
Burleson, Clint
213
Burleson, David
20
Burleson, M.V.
319
Burlingame, Patricia M.
248
Burns, Joseph
332
Byrd, Herbie
82
Byrd, William O. "Bill."
72, 208
Byrd, William O. "Bill"
83, 208, 250
Byrns, C.F.
332
Calhoun, Nona.
47
Caliver, Ambrose.
281
Campbell, Donald Kennedy.
9, 40, 47, 48, 78, 126, 212, 285
Campbell, Donald Kennedy
40, 84
Campbell, George W., Jr.
185
Campbell, George W., Jr.
185
Campbell, James
48
Campbell, Waneta.
303
Campbell, Will D.
50, 126, 319
Campbell, Will D.
9, 77, 229, 248, 319
Campbell, William Wilson.
20, 151, 190
Campbell, William Wilson
268
Cann, Alexander W.
81, 303
Carmack, William R.
347
Carmack, William R.
347
Carmichael, Omar.
315
Carmichael, Omar
315
Carmichael, Stokely.
335
Carnahan.
137
Carothers, J. Edwin "Ed"
2, 83, 116, 207
Carothers, J. Edwin "Ed"
2, 9, 38, 79, 83, 161, 206
Carr, Max
2
Carroll.
9. [sic]
Carroll, R. (Mrs.).
37
Carter, Albert Howard.
83, 84
Carter, Albert Howard
83
Carter, John
145
Cartwright, Colbert S. "Bert"
38, 46, 47, 76, 116, 126, 190, 212, 224, 237, 248, 281, 304, 343, 352, 356
Cartwright, Colbert S. "Bert."
1, 37, 38, 46-48, 76, 116, 212, 213, 237, 248, 303-205, 343
Cary, Steve
5, 60
Casper, J.J.
123
Catholic Interracial Council
245
Chambless, Robert D.
38, 47
Chambless, Robert D. "Bob."
38, 151, 212
Chandler, J.V.
160
Chandler, J.V.
160
Chandler Publishing Company
185
Chauncey, George A. 
38, 40, 126, 285
Chauncey, George A. 
38, 40
Chesnutt, James H.
206
Chief Exempt-Organization Branch
270
Christophe, C[leveland] A.
38
Christophe, C[leveland] A.
38
Church Women (The), N.Y., N.Y
245
Cikins, Warren I. 
253
Circulation Department of Washington Post
79
Clark, Esther (Mrs. LeMon)
119
Clark, Esther (Mrs. LeMon).
119
Clark, Felicitas.
136
Clark, LeMon
38
Clauncy, Nelson
151
Clay, Florence (Mrs. F.K.)
16
Clayton, Theaoseus T.
248
Clyne, [Thelma] (Mrs. Roy).
47
Cohen, Oscar. 
228, 342
Cohen, Oscar
78
Cole, Harold E.
146
Coleman, Elijah
77, 248
Coleman, Elijah.
248
Coleman, James.
229
Coleman, James
77
Coles, Robert.
82
Coles, Robert
81, 82
Collier, P.J.
281
Collier, William R.
77
Collier, William R.
77
Colored Community, School District 20, Wilmar, Arkansas.
19, 71, 259
Columbia Broadcasting System
82
Commission Against Discrimination
116
Commission on Intergroup Relations
116
Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism
245
Community Relations Service.
245
Conn, Marjorie
79
Conn, Mollie Heath
161
Conn, Mollie Heath.
14, 137, 151, 224
Constable, John.
77, 181, 185, 245, 330
Constable, John
77, 79, 181, 185, 236, 238, 245, 330
Conyers, David P.
285
Conyers, David P.
285
Cook, Bernice C.
79
Cook, Samuel DuBois.
248
Cooper, Adrian
281
Cooper, Joel.
212
Cooper, Robert O. "Bob"
208
Cooper, Robert O. "Bob."
77, 208
Corbett, Paul E., Jr.
47
Cothran, Tilman C.
38, 43, 248, 250
Cothran, Tilman C.
38, 40, 250
Cotter, Cornelius P.
81
Cotton, [Jane] (Mrs. Earl D.)
48
Cousins, Norman
78
Cousins, William M.
78
Cowart, Walter
162
Cowling, Dale.
40
Cramer, N. Richard
78
Cramer, N. Richard.
78
Crawfis, E.H.
60
Creel, Dana S.
270, 304, 306
Creel, Dana S.
182, 270, 303, 305, 306
Creger, Ralph.
81, 248
Creger, Ralph.
228
Crewdson, Ira D.
212
Criss, Frances.
308
Crockett, Roosevelt D.
47, 80, 81
Crockett, Roosevelt D.
9, 80, 81
Crossett, Jesse H.
40
Cromwell, Edwin B.
48
Cromwell, Merle (Mrs.).
81
Crowell, R. (Mrs.)
226
Cruiskshank, Nelson H.
205
Crump, Frank.
346
Crump, Joan (Mrs. Allan).
151, 161
Crump, Joan (Mrs. Allan)
9
Culberson, George W.
281
Culver, Cecil R.
212
Cummings, Luel E.
330
Current Reader Service, New York, New York.
80
Cushman, R.E., Jr.
123
Dabbs, James McBride.
47, 77, 78, 281, 331
Dabbs, James McBride.
7, 47, 281, 330
Dahlberg, Edwin T.
74
Dahlberg, Edwin T.
60
Danon, Ira.
82
Danon, Ira.
82
Darnell, Milmer L.
40
Darnell, Milmer L.
212
Darragh, Fred K.
12, 38, 137, 151, 182, 190, 208, 303, 327, 354
Darragh, Fred K.
1, 7, 38, 138, 151, 152, 182, 248, 281, 303, 352
Davis, A. Edward.
40
Davis, Charles.
56
Davis, Charles.
56, 185
Davis, Charlie.
281
Davis, Lawrence A.
7, 9, 56, 248, 282
Davis, Lawrence A.
38, 126, 249, 250
Davis Sherwood S.
212
Davis, Tom.
281
Davis, William L., Jr.
48
Dawson, Ethel B. (Mrs. O.G.).
7
Day, Paul L. (Mr. & Mrs.).
266
Deans, Walter A.
77
Deans, Walter A.
206
Deer, Lewis H.
14, 78
Deer, Lewis H.
14, 78
Deitz, Purd E.
48
Dell Publishing Company, Incorporated.
245
Demille, Amine F.
38, 282
Dent, A.W.
228
Denton, Herbert H.
341
DePagter, Janet (Mrs. John G.).
285
Dettering, Richard W.
82
Devlin, T[hedore] P.
40
Dietz, E. Kearney.
78
Dinning, James (Dr. and Mrs.).
206
Dodd, Katherine.
225, 303
Dodd, Katherine.
38, 225
Dodge, John L.
40
Dodge, John L.
40
Dodson, Dan W.
229
Douglas, Paul H.
327
Douglas, Smith.
90
Douglass, Truman B.
48
Douthit, Ancil M.
81
Douthit, Ancil M.
197
Douthit, William E.
229
Douthit, William E.
228
Downie, Thomas E.
9, 206, 352
Driver, David M. (Mrs.).
16, 84
Druffel, John H. 
165
Drummond, Winslow.
77, 268
Duckworth, Ester.
260
Dudley, Carl.
199
Dudley, Carl.
199
Dudley, Shirley.
199, 346
Dudley, Shirley.
199
Duff, Don.
228
Duff, Donald F.
229
Duford, W.J. Dukes.
7
Dumas, Ernie.
321
Dumbauld, Ethel (Mrs. George K.).
78, 80, 81, 228
Dumbauld, Ethel (Mrs. George K.).
78, 80, 228
Dunaway, Edwin E.
303
Dunbar, Leslie W.
78, 82, 185, 229, 268, 330
Dunbar, Leslie W.
77, 79, 82, 185, 228, 327, 330
Duncan, Angus.
123
Duncan, J. Lawrence.
159
Dunnings, E.M. (Mrs.).
250
Dunnings, E.M. (Mrs.).
250
Durst, David.
83
Durst, David.
119
Durway, Daniel L.
40
Dygard, Tom.
281
East, P.D. 
245
Eddy, Jane L.
270
Edwards, Earle.
5
Edwards, J.F.
79
Eggensperger, Harold O.
40
Eisenhower, Dwight D.
203
Elam, Stanley.
245
Elam, Stanley.
245
Eliot, Frances S. (Mrs. Johan).
60, 81, 266
Eliot, Frances S. (Mrs. Johan).
266
Eliot, Johan W.
5, 60, 266
Eliot, Johan W.
48
Ellis, Jack T.
354
Ellison, Goerge.
254
Elston, Theiroy.
206
Embry, Odell.
19
Embry, Odell.
75
Emerman, S.
38
Engler, Thelma (Mrs. Kyle).
7, 77, 83, 206, 254
Engler, Thelma (Mrs. Kyle).
7, 9, 37, 77, 83, 84, 116, 206, 254
English, Earl.
239
Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity.
79
Epstein, Harold.
82
Evans, Angeline.
208
Evans, Bruce.
48
Evans, G.E.
315
Evans, G.E.
315
Evans, John H. (Mrs.).
9
Evans, Lloyd.
233
Evans, (Mr.).
208
Ewald, William R., Jr.
20, 268
Ewald, William R., Jr.
20
Ezkovich, Pearl (Mrs. C[oleman]).
55
Ezkovich, Pearl (Mrs. C[oleman]).
55
Fairfax, Jean.
5, 9, 56, 78, 198
Fairfax, Jean.
5, 78, 79, 198
Falk, Gustave F.
55, 66, 78, 80, 81, 190, 228, 229
Falk, Gustave F.
55, 78, 79-80, 190, 229
Farrington, Robert. 
165
Faubus, Orval Eugene.
19, 78, 259
Faubus, Orval Eugene.
144, 260
FCNL.
185
Feagans, Janet.
82
Feaver, J.Clayton.
229
Feigenbaum, Mort.
55, 281
Feinburg, David.
79
Feinsinger, Nathan P.
78
Feinsinger, Nathan P.
78
Feldman, Mildred (Mrs. A.). 
83
Fellowship of Reconciliation.
245
Fellowship Press.
245
Ferguson, Olive G. (Mrs.).
78
Field, George. 
245
Field, George. 
245
Field, John G.
120, 229
Field, John G.
170, 229
Finley, Benjamin.
248
Finley, Benjamin.
248
Fineburg, S. Andhil.
50
Fineburg, S. Andhil.
55
Finkelstein, Michael O.
155
Fisher, Raymond W. (Mrs.).
146
Fisher, Robert E.
281
Fitceh, Joseph B.
47
Fleischman, Harry.
78, 81, 123
Fleischman, Harry.
66, 87, 123, 229
Fleming, Harold C.
77, 136, 141, 151, 155, 181, 183, 228, 238, 270, 304, 306, 315, 329, 330, 331
Fleming, Harold C.
24, 48, 77, 78, 136, 167, 170, 181, 182, 200, 229, 238, 270, 304, 306, 330
Fletcher, Albert L.
48, 76
Flowers, Mildred.
330
Flowers, W. Harold.
250
Flowers, W. Harold.
250
Fogleman, William J. "Bill."
40, 47, 72, 126, 319, 342
Fogleman, William J. "Bill."
48, 342
Ford, A.W.
315
Ford, Minnie L. (Mrs. Herschel).
52, 81
Ford, Minnie L. (Mrs. Herschel).
52
Forgy, Grady H.
354
Fosdick, Harry Emerson.
268
Fosdick, Harry Emerson.
116
Foster.
78
Foster, G.W., Jr. "Bill." 
82
Foster, G.W., Jr. "Bill." 
78, 82
Foster, William.
265
Foster, William.
265
Fowler, Judy (Mrs. Herbert K.).
83, 84
Fowler, Judy (Mrs. Herbert K.).
84, 206
Fox, Arthur B.
169
Franks, B. Don. 
9, 52, 81, 84, 208, 248, 346
Franks, B. Don. 
52, 84
Franks, Liz.
81, 208
Freeman, David F.
128, 151, 270, 306
Freeman, David F.
81, 128, 270
Freeman, E. Upshur.
282
Freeman, Ed W. III.
38, 161, 250
Freeman, June (Mrs. Ed W. III).
43, 81, 116
Freeman, June (Mrs. Ed W. III).
225
Freeman, Orville L[othrop].
64
Freeman, William M.
40
Frentz, Eugene C.
281
Friedman, F.G.
266
Friedman, F.G.
266
Friedman, Maurice.
83, 346
Friedman, Maurice J. (Mrs.).
83
Friendly, Alfred.
79
Fudgen, Mary.
356
Fuges, Fred.
265
Fuges, Fred.
265
Fulbright, James William.
81
Fulbright, James William.
81, 120, 256
Fund for the Republic.
127, 245, 303
Fuoss, Robert.
60
Gaines, M.P. (Mrs.).
83
Gallaher, Thomas B.
40
Galloway, Eulis D.
208
Galloway, Eulis D.
9, 212
Galloway, Sarah (Mrs. Eulis D.).
9, 38
Galloway, Sarah (Mrs. Eulis D.).
38, 83, 151
Gammon, John Jr.
352
Gammon, John Jr.
352
Garba, Saidu Abdu.
135
Garba, Saidu Abdu.
135
Garrison, Theodore.
2
Garroway, Dave.
77
Garroway, Dave.
188
Geis, C.H.
123
Gentry, Bill.
151
George, Marcus.
281
Georgia Council of Churches.
245
Gibson, William E.
119, 212
Gibson, William E.
119, 212
Gilbert, Elon.
137
Gillespie, Curtis D.
9, 37, 77, 81, 293
Gillespie, Curtis D.
9, 82, 117, 218
Gillespie, Estella.
259
Gilliam, John R.
229
Gipson, J[ohn] H.
40
Gloster, R.G.
303
Godfrey, H.D.
123
Goff, Lloyd.
23, 315
Golden, Harry S.
55
Goodloe, Robert.
79
Goodloe, W. Henry.
40
Goodman, Mary Ellen.
228
Goodman, Ray.
78
Goodwin, Bennie W.
281
Goodwin, Bennie W.
281
Goodwin, W.L.
353
Gordin, Burton I.
79
Gordon, Frank.
248
Govan, C.F.
129
Government Printing Office.
245
Grady, Kenneth B.
78, 81
Grady, Kenneth B.
78, 81, 208
Graham, Billy.
82
Graham, Helen.
119
Granger, Shelton R.
123
Gray, Ralph.
228
Gray, Ralph.
161
Greater Little Rock AM & N Alumni.
259
Greenberg, Jack.
66
Greenberg, Jack.
66
Greenberg, Polly.
144, 146-148
Greenberg, Polly.
141
Greenwood, William T.
342
Gregory, Edward Meeks.
164
Greifer, Judith E.
266
Grey, Ralph.
229
Griffin, Leo H.
303
Grinage, Ben.
351
Griner, J.E.
79, 81, 141, 226, 228, 229, 347
Griner, J.E.
79, 82, 116, 315
Griswold, Margaret.
71, 83, 147, 248, 282, 283, 346
Griswold, Margaret.
154
Griswold, Nathaniel Robadeau.
2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 16, 19, 20, 23, 24, 34, 38, 40, 43, 46-48, 50, 52, 55, 60, 61, 63, 66, 68, 72, 75, 77-84, 88, 116, 117, 119, 123, 126-129, 135-137, 140, 144, 145, 148, 149, 151, 152, 154, 155, 159-162, 169, 170, 181, 182, 185, 188, 190, 192, 198, 200, 203, 206, 208, 212, 213, 218, 225, 228-230, 232, 233, 236, 238, 245, 248, 250, 253, 254, 256, 260, 262, 263, 265-268, 270, 277, 271, 282, 285, 303-308, 310, 315, 316, 322, 327, 330, 332, 343, 347, 352, 356
Griswold, Nathaniel Robadeau.
2, 5, 7, 9, 12, 19, 20, 23, 37, 38, 40, 42, 43, 46-48, 50, 52, 55, 56, 60, 61, 63, 64, 66, 70, 71, 75-84, 116, 117, 119, 123, 126, 128, 129, 135-137, 141, 144-149, 151, 154, 155, 159-162, 167, 170, 181-183, 185, 186, 188, 190, 196, 198-200, 203, 206, 208, 212, 213, 224-226, 228, 229, 233, 239-240, 245, 248-250, 253, 254, 259, 260, 262, 265-268, 270, 281, 285, 303-306, 308, 309, 315, 322, 327, 330-332, 335, 339, 341, 343, 346, 347, 354, 356
Gross, Hal.
179
Grossman, Vigdor.
116
Grossman, Vigdor.
116
Group for the Advancement of Psychiatry.
245
Guernsey, George T.
63, 116, 268
Guernsey, George T.
63
Guild, Garnet.
5, 56, 60, 228, 230
Gunn, George W.
40, 52, 126
Gunther, John J.
197
Guthridge, Amis.
354
Guy, F.T.
77
Hadley, Bill.
281
Hadley, (Dr.).
135
Hahn, Elaine.
80
Hahn, Maxwell.
270
Hahn, Maxwell.
82, 270, 327
Hall, Graham R.
81, 190
Hall, Graham R.
81, 137
Hamada, Kiyofu.
136
Hamilton, Eunice C.
225
Hammer, Philip L.
61
Hammer, Philip L.
61
Hantz, Harold D.
206
Harcourt, Jules V.
245
Harcourt, Jules V.
245
Hardie, R[ichard] B., Jr.
47
Harrington, Gene.
281
Harris, [Carolyn] (Mrs. George).
47
Harris, Emmett.
303, 352
Harris, James.
47
Harris, James.
47
Harris, M. Lafayette.
38, 40, 83
Harris, M. Lafayette.
37, 83, 335
Harrison, Joseph N.
40
Harrison, Joseph N.
206, 212
Harrison, William R.
48
Hart, W. Neill.
40
Hart, W. Neill.
212
Hartzler, Wilton E.
9, 56, 78, 198
Hartzler, Wilton E.
56, 198
Harvey, June E.
281
Harvey, June E.
281
Haselden, Kyle.
212, 213
Haselden, Kyle.
212
Haskew, L.D.
185
Hassler, Alfred.
165
Hauser, Francis L.
135
Haverfield, Robert W.
151
Hawkins, Edwin L.
135, 206
Hawkins, Edwin L.
200
Hawkins, J.L.
259
Hawkins, Jack.
190
Hawkins, Jeffery.
82
Hawkins, Lucy.
83
Hawkins, Willard A. "Lefty."
80, 190
Hawkins, Willard A. "Lefty."
190
Hawn, Mary B.
116
Hawn, Mary B.
116
Hayes, Grace Helen.
248
Hayes, Grace Helen.
248
Hayes, W.S.
40
Hays, Brooks.
77, 253, 261, 281
Hays, Brooks.
7, 253, 281
Hays, Steele.
206
Hays, Steele.
77
Hefley, John B.
40
Heilbron, Jerome K.
81, 140
Heiman, Hugo.
190
Heinsohn, Edmund.
81
Heiskell, J.N.
225
Heiskell, J.N.
225
Held, Irving.
164
Heller, Ben.
252, 342
Heller, Doris Tullar (Mrs. Ben I.).
9, 83
Heller, Doris Tullar (Mrs. Ben I.).
83
Henderson, Butler T.
248
Henderson, Ernestine (Mrs. J. Russell).
47, 83
Henderson, Ernestine (Mrs. J. Russell).
38
Henderson, J. Franklin.
40
Henderson, J. Franklin.
116, 151, 282
Henderson, L.C.
137
Henderson, L.C.
136
Henry, A.R., Jr.
80
Henry, A.R., Jr.
80
Henry, Pat.
190
Hester, Neyland.
310
Hester, Neyland.
310
Hiatt, David.
60
Hicks, Charles A.
224
Hicks, Charles A.
206, 342
Hicks, Roy W.
40
Hicks, Roy W.
40
Higgins, Charles A.
48
Hikawa, Richard.
307
Hill, Mary J.
84.
Hill, R.K.
72
Hill, R.K.
72, 116
Hill, Victor.
75
Himmelbaum, Howard.
335
Hinkle, [Wilhelmina] (Mrs. Dale).
47
Hinojosa, Pete T.
159
Hinojosa, Pete T.
155
Hoagland, Susan.
137
Hoagland, Susan.
137
Hodges, Luther H.
228
Hoeflinch, Charles.
224
Hoffman, Hallock.
305
Hoffman, Hallock.
304
Hoffman, Otto.
5
Hoke, William R.
186
Holcombe, D.Y. (Mrs. Bruce).
119
Holcombe, D.Y. (Mrs. Bruce).
84, 119
Holman, Cecil E. (Mrs.).
147
Holsted, Leon.
161
Hope, John II.
81, 181, 248, 267, 319, 330
Hope, John II.
20, 43, 81, 181, 248, 319, 330
Horn, Sylvia.
185
Horner, David.
145
Hornor, Tap Jr.
82
Horton, Robert.
200
Horton, Robert.
200
Hoskins, Ann.
199
Hoskins, Fred.
48
Hoskins, Lewis M.
60
Hoskins, Lewis M.
60
Hoskins, Stephen.
199
Hoskins, Stephen.
199
House, Byron Jr.
203
Howard, Andrew H.
259
Howard, Andrew H.
303
Howard, George.
116
Howard, V. B.
81
Howard, V. B.
81
Howe, Harold II.
120
Howell, Ernest M.
135
Howland, William C., Jr. "Bill."
84, 154, 206, 212, 225
Howland, William C., Jr. "Bill."
9, 54, 154, 206, 212, 225
Hozendorf, C. Ray.
81
Huber, Louis.
48
Hudson, Hortense (Mrs. James).
72
Hudson, Hortense (Mrs. James).
72
Hudson, James E.
79, 206, 303
Hudson, Mabel. (Mrs. James J.).
119
Hudson, Mabel. (Mrs. James J.).
47, 119
Hudson, Samuel W.
155
Huff, Norma.
14
Hughes, Robert E.
77
Hughes, Robert E.
77
Hull, Spahr.
5, 60
Hull, Spahr.
5, 60
Humphrey, Hubert Horatio.
123
Humphrey, Hubert Horatio.
64
Hunter, Elza H.
208
Hunter, Elza H.
352
Hunter, Joseph B.
229, 307
Hunton, George K.
245
Hurley, Philip S.
77
Hurley, Philip S.
185
Hutchens, F.E.
5
Hutchens, F.E.
5
Hutchins, Robert M. "Bob."
270, 315
Iffrig, Charles.
245
Iggers, Georg G.
38, 119
Iggers, Georg G.
84, 119
Iggers, Wilma.
84
Institute for International Education.
82
Interracial News Service, New York, New York.
116
Irby, Thelma.
77, 303
Irby, Thelma.
303
Irving, Florence B.
181, 183
Ish, Sue B. (Mrs. Stanley Jr.).
79
Ish, Sue B. (Mrs. Stanley Jr.).
79
Ivory, G. S.
303
Jackson, Douglas.
229
Jackson, Harold.
248
Jackson, Harold.
47
Jackson, James C.
212, 282, 317, 342
Jackson, James C.
40, 319
Jackson, James C. (Mrs.).
282
Jackson, Morris A.
37, 206, 282
Jackson, Morris A.
161, 282, 283
Jackson, Neil E.
16
Jackson, S. A.
303
Jackson, Wagner D.
155
Jackson, Wagner D.
155
Jacobus, George H.
145
Jacobus, George H.
145, 147
James, Phoebe D.
138
Jarrett, W. L.
77, 206
Jennings, Alston.
9
Jewell, Jerry D.
56, 316
Jewell, Jerry D.
76
Jimerson, Norman C. "Jim."
80, 82
Jimerson, Norman C. "Jim."
79, 80
John Hay Whitney Foundation.
77
Johnson, Arlien.
225
Johnson, Arlien.
225
Johnson, F. Ernest.
38
Johnson, Sadie T.
23
Johnson, Vance.
78
Johnson, Walter W.
40
Johnson, Walter W.
47
Johnston, G. C.
155
Johnston, H. Charles.
9, 38, 116, 155, 342, 352
Johnston, H. Charles.
82
Joint Commission Social Reconstruction.
245
Jones, C. H.
82
Jones, Charles M.
50, 82
Jones, Charles M.
50
Jones, Harry.
82, 116, 238
Jones, J. B.
68
Jones, Katherine.
9, 70, 78, 81, 229
Jones, Katherine.
77, 80, 81, 347
Jones, Lois B. (Mrs. Charles W.).
145, 147
Jordan, Leslie W.
80
Jordan, Vernon E., Jr.
151
Kamide, Robert M.
136
[ Kassel], Virginia.
81
Kaye, Doris E.
281
Keith, Margaret.
79
Keller, [Elizabeth] (Mrs. Bruce).
47
Keller, Grace.
81
Kelley, Richard W. "Rick."
9, 84
Kelley, Richard W. "Rick."
48
Kelshaw, James W.
248
Kelshaw, William W.
248
Kemp, Joseph.
9
Kennedy, J. W. 
79
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald.
123, 268
Kennedy, Robert Francis.
123
Kennedy, Robert Francis.
50
Kenny, Dumont F.
38
Keogh, Albert E.
137
Keppel, Francis.
146
Kiel, Jean E. (Mrs. W. H., Jr.).
281
Kimball, John H.
282
Kinder, Katherine H.
248
King, F. Lamar.
135, 137
King, F. Lamar.
135, 137
Kitagawa, Daisuke.
136
Kloppe, Edwin G.
162
Knappenberber, Robert.
137
Knox, Alfred A.
40, 303
Knox, Luesta.
162
Knox, Luesta.
162
Knoxville Area Human Relations.
116
Koch, William H., Jr.
248
Kochan, Richard S.
146
Koper, Paul W.
47
Kramer, A. S.
60
Kutait, Ralph C. 
40
LaFarge, John.
60
Laird, [Virginia] (Mrs. Knight).
16
Lamb, Ted.
78
Lamb, Ted.
224
Langford, Letcher L.
46
Lanier, Paul.
208
Larkin, Lenice.
229
Lassoe, John V. P., Jr.
77-79, 228, 229, 232
Lassoe, John V. P., Jr.
50, 228, 229, 232, 248
Lawless, Theodore K.
48
Laws, Clarence A.
319
Lawson, J. M., Jr. "Jim."
248
Lawson, James M.
248
Lawson, M[ilton]
37, 135
Leach, Philip M. P.
16
Leach, Ralph E., Jr.
88
Leach, Ralph E., Jr.
213
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, New York, New York.
245
Leatherman, Leland F.
206
Lee, Coy C.
48
Lee, Coy C.
48
Lee, Frank.
47
Lee, Heslip M.
164
Lee, Heslip M.
80
Lee, [Norma] (Mrs. Frank).
47
Lee, Oscar.
60
Leflar, Robert Allen.
9, 83
Leflar, Robert Allen.
266
Legg, Sam.
5
Lester, Edward L.
9, 78
Levy, Jerome S.
78
Levy, Jerome S.
79
Lewis, Dean H.
212
Lewis, Dean H.
7
Lewis, R. C.
77
Liberation.
185
Lieberman, Myron.
347
Lieberman, Myron.
347
Lincoln, C. Eric.
81, 117
Lincoln, C. Eric.
81, 117
Linegar, D. Ned.
356
Linegar, D. Ned.
356
Litz, A. Walton.
83
Litz, A. Walton.
82, 116
Litz, A. Walton (Mrs.).
116, 352
Lobenthal, Richard H.
228
Loescher, Frank S.
160, 181, 266
Loescher, Frank S.
266
Logue, Tom J.
52
Long, Herman H.
78, 228, 229, 319, 330
Long, Herman H.
229
Long, Lewis M. K.
83, 84, 185
Long, Margaret.
81, 82, 84
Long, Worth.
77
Loris, Charlotte A.
80, 82, 137
Loris, Charlotte A.
82, 136, 137
Loudermilk, Jim.
82
Lowe, Donald.
7
Lukas, Edwin J.
8
Lyells, R. S. (Mrs.).
3
Lyson, A. A.
267
MacKenzie, Jean M.
83
Mackie, Wade M.
60, 228, 230
Mackie, Wade M.
228
Madigan, John T.
342
Madigan, John T.
342
Magrath, Frank.
228
Major, James E.
9, 40
Majors, James.
212
Manderson, Marge.
77, 81
Manderson, Marge.
63, 77
Mann, John.
190
Mann, John.
190
Mann, Mouzon.
40
Marcy, John W.
123
Margolius, Jerome F.
135
Margolius, Jerome F.
135, 136
Marion, Jack H.
162
Marion, Jack H.
162
Marley, Faye.
60
Marshall, Burke.
123
Marshall, Burke.
81
Marston, R. B.
281
Marston, R. B.
281
Martin.
81
Martin, A. W.
208
Martin, Bernard O.
248
Martin, Carlos E.
88
Martin, Carlos E.
77, 88, 213
Martin, Galen A.
99, 341
Martin, Paul E.
208
Martin, Paul E.
208
Masaoka, Mike M.
79, 307
Mason, H. Issac.
248
Mass Media Committee of CCD.
116
Massie, William J.
282
Massie, William J.
47, 206, 225, 283
Massie, William J. (Mrs.).
282
Matthews, Donald R.
78
Matthews, John P.
303
Mauzy, Oscar.
84
Mayor's Friendly Relations Committee, Cincinnati, Ohio.
116
Mays, Benjamin E.
248
Mays, Benjamin E.
281
Mays, Earl R.
248
Mays, Earl R.
248
Mazey, Ernest.
81
McCarthy, Woodrow.
40
McClellan, J[ames] F.
83, 206
McClellan, J[ames] F.
40
[McClellan, John L.].
170
McClendon, F. M.
40
McClendon, Louise.
147
McClinton, Clark.
208
McClinton, I. S.
82
McCulloch, Margaret C.
79
McCulloch, Margaret C.
79, 229
McDermott, Loyd.
307
McDonald, Charles P.
212
McDonald, Charles P.
40, 315
McDonald, Erwin L.
77
McDonald, H. P. (Mr. & Mrs.).
81
McFarland, Martha.
245
McGraw, B. T.
155
McKenney, John L.
5
McKinney, Howard W.
281
McLean, William S.
40
McMath, Sidney S.
78, 206, 303
McMillan, Beatrice G. (Mrs. Clarence N.).
154
McMillan, Beatrice G. (Mrs. Clarence N.).
259, 315
McNabb, Verrell O.
79
McNeil, Elaine. (Mrs. Gordon Heath).
9, 38, 71, 72, 82, 83, 119, 126, 161, 266, 303, 343, 347
McNeil, Elaine. (Mrs. Gordon Heath).
7, 9, 38, 72, 82, 84, 119, 161, 206, 266
McNeil, Gordon Heath.
2, 119
McQuistion, Ed.
341
McQuistion, Ed.
315
McWhirter, Mary Esther.
60
McWhirter, Mary Esther.
60
McWilliams, E. R.
77
Meany, George.
63
Mercer, Christopher C., Jr.
19, 38, 40, 75, 151, 154, 162, 181, 248, 250, 259, 268, 281, 304
Mercer, Christopher C., Jr.
3, 7, 38, 75, 119, 138, 140, 151, 154, 162, 176, 181, 212, 250, 266, 268, 281, 303, 305, 330, 341, 352
Merchant, Joseph W.
48
Meserve, Harry C.
77, 270, 304, 305, 306
Meserve, Harry C.
305, 306
Messenger Press (The).
185
Methodist Publishing House (The).
116
Meyers, Euna (Mrs. George).
7
Meyers, George.
212
Mickle, John Charles.
79
Miener, George (Mrs.).
47
Milgram, Morris.
155
Milgram, Morris.
158
Millar, Ethel K.
81
Millar, Ethel K.
81
Miller, Bert O.
117
Miller, Bryce B.
281
Miller, Dorothy. 
331, 335
Miller, John E.
262
Miller, John E.
262
Miller, Marvin A.
77, 225
Miller, Marvin A.
77, 225
Miller, Maynard M.
9, 84
Miller, Sarah.
77
Miller, Violet (Mrs. Maynard M.).
9, 79, 82, 83, 84, 148
Miller, W. L., Jr. "Bill."
47, 83
Miller, W. L., Jr. "Bill."
83, 212
Mills, Wilbur D.
144
Milton, Jennie Lou.
145
Mims, Crawford.
47
Minton, Cliford E.
81
Mitchell, Dora (Mrs. Mason E.).
151
Mitchell, Dora (Mrs. Mason E.).
151
Mitchell, George S.
14, 38, 63, 149, 151, 181-183, 266, 327, 331, 338
Mitchell, George S.
63, 149, 151, 181, 182, 188, 266, 303
Mitchell, Louis L.
155
Mitchell, R. Bland.
47
Mitchell, Walter.
281
Mitchell, Walter.
281
Mizell, M. Hayes.
346
Moffett, Barbara.
5, 9, 56, 60, 198
Moffett, Barbara.
60, 224
Moore, [Bernice] (Mrs. Bruce S.).
38, 43
Moore, Hugh.
78
Moore, Hugh.
81
Moore, Karl F.
208
Moore, L. G.
40
Morehead, Lumare.
248
Morehead, Lumare.
248
Morgan, Charles Jr.
107
Morisey, Alex.
60
Morris, Dixie. (Mrs. W[illiam] H.).
47
Morris, John B.
185
Morris, John B.
82, 185
Morris, Mildred.
228
Morris, Woodbridge E.
47, 82
Morris, Woodbridge E. (Mrs.).
135, 225
Morrison, Anne (Mrs. W. F.).
55
Morrison, Glenn H.
229
Morrow, Fred A.
77
Morse, Byron R.
9, 308
Moss, James A.
190
Moss, James A.
190
Most Worshipful Grandmaster Richardson.
325
Moultrie, Ed.
48
Mount, Eric Jr.
212
Mouton, George.
38, 268
Mouton, George.
38, 75, 268
Murphy, C. H.
78, 81. "
Murphy, C. H.
151, 190
Murrow, Edward R.
81
Murrow, Edward R.
81
Muse, Benjamin.
185
Muse, Benjamin.
330
Muse, Frank D. (Mrs.).
190, 356
Muste, A. J.
60
Muste, A. J.
60
Myers, Dorothy.
38
Myrus, Donald.
155
Nakamura, Mickey.
79
National Association of Intergroup Relations Officials.
78
National Civil Liberties Clearing House.
116
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America.
185, 245
National Council. Protestant Episcopal Church.
245
National Labor Service.
185
National Student Christian Federation.
319
Nationwide Insurance Company.
185
Neal, Bill.
281
Neil, Jerry.
78
Neill, W. C.
40
Nelson, George.
78
Nelson, George.
78
Nesmith, Richard.
137
Nesmith, Richard.
137
New South.
236
New York University Press, New York, New York.
116
Newby, Don.
212
Newton, Grace.
16
Nice, Mary Louise.
162
Nice, Mary Louise.
162
Nicholas, Thomas L.
248
Nicholls, William H.
229
Nicholls, William H.
229
Nichols, Dorothy (Mrs. Guerdon David).
7, 9, 23, 38, 83, 119, 126, 248
Nichols, Dorothy (Mrs. Guerdon David).
7, 9, 38, 116, 119, 352
Nichols, Guerdon David.
2, 9, 82
Nixon, Richard Milhouse.
123
Nixon, Richard Milhouse.
123
Norcom, A. H.
281
Norris, Elizabeth D.
225
Norris, Elizabeth D.
225
North, Stanley U. 
48
Norton, Joe A.
72
Norton, Joe A.
206
Northwest Arkansas Times, Editor.
20
Norwegian Information Service.
225
O'Connell, James E.
48
O'Connell, James E.
47
O'Donnell, Garland W. (Mrs.).
77
O'Donnell, William W.
135
Offerman, Martha (Mrs. H.A., Jr.).
80
Ogden, Dorothy C.
212
Ogden, Dunbar H.
47, 212
Ogden, Dunbar H.
47
Oliver, C. Herbert.
248
O'Meara, Joseph.
77
Osborne, Irene.
60
Osborne, Irene.
5, 7, 60
Osinach, J. A. (Mrs.).
79
Outlook Publishers.
185
Overton, Carl M.
40
Owens, Patrick J.
66, 78-80, 307, 347
Owens, Patrick J.
240, 307, 354
Oxford University Press.
185
Palmer, C. E.
303
Palmer, C. E.
303
Parker, Mae (Mrs. J. W.).
38
Parker, Mae (Mrs. J. W.).
38
Parks, Roy G.
315
Parks, Roy G.
315
Parrish, C. H.
181
Parrish, C. H.
181
Parrish, Jack (Mrs.).
206
Parrott, John E.
47
Parrott, John E.
47
Parsons, Floyd W.
79, 316
Parsons, Floyd W.
123, 196, 316
Pastorfield, John L.
248
Patrick.
147
Patterson, Barbara.
81
Patterson, Hugh B., Jr.
206
Patterson, Hugh B., Jr.
228
Patterson, Thomas E.
82, 116, 248
Patterson, Thomas E.
224, 248
Pearson, Augustus J.
40
Pearson, Augustus J.
23, 40, 79
Peck, Sam.
48
Pegues, Ora W.
147
Pendleton, Edmund.
208
Penix, Bill.
126, 160, 265
Penix, Bill.
265
Penix, Marian.
116
Penix, Roy.
160
Perkins School of Theology – SMU. 
245
Petersen, Keith S.
77, 79, 82, 84, 161, 229
Petersen, Keith S.
9, 77, 84, 151, 161, 229, 268, 309
Pettigrew, Thomas F.
212, 213, 228, 229
Pettigrew, Thomas F.
212, 213, 229
Pfeffer, Leo.
55
Pfeifer, Harry W., Jr.
136, 206
Pfeifer, Harry W., Jr.
77
Phi Delta Kappan, Editorial Offices.
245
Phillips, Finos.
354
Phillips, William McKinley, Jr.
2, 9, 83, 84, 206, 218, 250
Phillips, William McKinley, Jr.
2, 37, 72, 83, 84, 126
Pierce, William M.
38
Pierce, William M.
77, 82, 117, 281
Pine, John C
83
Pine, Shirley Jo (Mrs. John C.).
83
Pine, Shirley Jo (Mrs. John C.).
83
Plowman, Libby.
5, 116
Plowman, Libby.
5, 116
Poindexter, Delores Ann.
5
Pollitt, Daniel H.
2
Pollitt, Daniel H.
77
Poore, Earl.
225
Pope, W. Kenneth.
213
Pope, W. Kenneth.
9
Powell, H. A.
206
Powell, H. A. (Mrs.).
78
Powell, Terrill E.
346
Powell, Terrill E.
78
Powell, Velma (Mrs. J. O., Jr.).
119, 182, 196, 236, 248, 330
Powell, Velma. (Mrs. J. O., Jr.).
82, 116, 119, 330
Presbyterian Outlook (The).
116
President's Commission (The). 
116
President's Committee on Government Contracts (The).
245
Progressive (The). 
185, 245
Prothro, James W.
78
Pryor, William H.
77
Quigley, James M.
47
Radelet, Louis A.
233
Radelet, Louis A.
233, 281
Ragon, John C.
140, 303, 352
Ragon, John C.
38, 190, 303
Rainach, W. M.
183
Ramsey, Charles.
213
Ramsey, Charles.
40, 78, 213
Randolp, A. Phillip.
225, 281
Rankins, (Mr.).
229
Ray, H. C.
77
Reagan, Frank (Mrs.).
281
Reagan, Paul.
60
Reagan, Paul.
60
Rease, Aletha.
248
Reed, Oscar.
37
Reiger, Harold.
137
Reiger, Harold.
137
Reid, W. W.
208
Reissig, Frederick B.
185
Reissig, Frederick B.
185
Reitman, Alan.
170
Retig, Richard A.
322
Reynolds, George M.
38
Rhodes, Elaine.
75, 84
Rhodes, Elaine.
75
Rice, Ellen S.
144, 145, 148
Rice, James A.
82
Rice, [Kathryn] (Mrs. James H., Sr.).
9, 38
Rich, Elaine (Mrs. Ronald L.).
79
Richardson, R[obert] P.
16
Richmond, Julius B.
144
Rickey, Henry A.
208, 212
Rickey, Henry A.
208
Riles, Wilson C.
60
Riley, Edward R.
233
Riley, Negail
9
Rilling, Paul.
9, 56, 72, 77-79, 82, 128, 129, 141, 151, 155, 213, 228, 268, 270, 330, 331, 347
Rilling, Paul.
9, 47, 61, 77-82, 116, 117, 185, 213, 228, 230, 248, 330, 347
Rivers, Anne (Mrs. W. W.).
330
Rixse, Charles E.
190
Rixse, Charles E.
190
Roberts, Augustus M.
37, 40
Roberts, Augustus M.
37, 77, 88
Roberts, Howard D.
162
Roberts, Howard D.
162
Roberts, N.
38
Robinson, E. D.
83
Robinson, J. M.
206
Robinson, H. L.
40
Rockefeller, Winthrop.
229, 270, 303
Roebuck, Fred G. 
40
Rogers.
82
Rogers, George D.
82, 206
Rogers, Hope (Mrs. George D.).
84, 285
Rogers, Hope (Mrs. George D.).
206
Rogers, (Mrs.).
236
Rogers, William P.
74
Rooks, C. Shelby.
248
Rorex, John T. "Jack."
84
Rorex, John T. "Jack."
48, 77, 82
Rosenfeld, A. H., Jr.
61
Rosenfeld, A. H., Jr.
61
Rosser, Ted.
80
Routh, Frederck B.
7, 20, 151, 181, 182, 190, 245, 281, 315, 327, 330
Routh, Frederck B.
38, 61, 151, 181, 186, 203, 228, 229, 277, 303, 315, 327, 330, 331
Rowan, Carl T.
308
Rowan, Carl T.
81, 117, 308
Rowe, James W.
136
Rowland, Eckel W.
352
Rozzell, Betty.
342
Rozzell, Forrest.
1
Rubin, Morris.
256
Ruffin, Jac C
213
Ruffin, Jac C
40
Russell, (Mrs.).
229
Ruth, C. H.
208
Rutledge, S. R.
119
Sacks, Wilma C.
81
Sacks, Wilma C.
81
Sagami, Joseph K.
307
Sample, Miriam.
342
Samuel, John M. (Mrs.)
9
Sandefur, Luleen.
330
Sanders, Ira E.
47, 281, 303
Sanders, Ira E.
281, 303
Sands, Mary K. (Dr.).
75
Sands, Mary K. (Dr.).
16, 75
Sarratt, Reed.
81
Sarratt, Reed.
81
Saunders, Bobby.
77
Saunders, Bobby.
77
Savery - Miller Funeral Home.
77
Sawyer, David A.
228
Sawyer, David A.
229
Scanlon, Jeanne.
60
School of Law, Vanderbilt University.
245
Schor, Irwin M.
47
Schor, Irwin M.
47
Schroeder, Janet.
60
Schulder, Daniel J.
123
Schulman, Irwin "Irv."
55, 78, 80, 185, 229
Schulman, Irwin "Irv."
55, 66, 80, 185, 228
Schwender, Fred O.
77
Scott, Emma.
38
Scott, Erin.
80
Scott, J. D.
155
Scott, James C.
137
Scott, James C.
137, 346
Scott, James Robert.
16
Scott, Nanuel E.
40
Scruggs, Jean.
12
Scull, David.
245
Scull, David.
245
Sessions, Robert Paul. 
315
Sessions, Robert Paul. 
40
Seweriin, Rakel.
136
Shamblin, J. Kenneth.
48, 79, 261
Shamblin, J. Kenneth.
40
Shannon.
78
Shannon, William G.
77, 225
Shannon, William G.
68, 78, 225
Sharp, Parker.
1
Sheeder, F. I.
208
Shell, John R. 
40
Shelton, Bill.
281
Shelton, Dean J. (Mrs.). 
281
Shepherd, Joshua K.
343
Shepherd, Joshua K.
343
Shephard, Mary Sue.
135
Sherrod, Mildred "Mip."
78
Sherrod, Mildred "Mip."
78
Shine, Henry M., Jr.
61
Shinert, Gregory E.
78, 228, 229
Shinert, Gregory E.
78, 229
Shoemaker, Don.
281
Shoemaker, Harry L.
47
Shoemaker, John E.
40, 212
Shorty, R. S.
154
Shriver, Robert Sargent, Jr.
144, 147
Shriver, Robert Sargent, Jr.
82, 144
Shrosphire, Irene.
78
Shults, Robert.
80
Shuman, Howard.
123
Sikes, Arnold B.
346
Silver, James W.
321
Silver, James W.
141
Sissel, H. Ben.
116
Sissel, H. Ben.
116
Siva-Shankar, Papanna. 
136
Sizemore, John.
81
Smiley, Glenn E.
60
Smiley, Glenn E.
60
Smith, Celesine L.
356
Smith, Kelly Miller.
77, 213
Smith, Lillian.
7
Smith, Moreland Griffith.
155
Smith, Moreland Griffith.
155
Smith, Oliver.
79, 229
Smith, Oliver.
77
Smith, Robert.
88
Smith, Roland.
281, 303
Smith, Roland.
40, 322
Smythia, Joe.
40
Snyder, Robert D.
7
Snyder, Robert D.
7
Sorensen, John H. (Mrs.).
206
Southern Regional Council.
270, 281
Spainhower, James I. "Jim."
47, 212
Sparling, Eugene M.
154
Sparling, Floy (Mrs. Eugene M.).
9, 37, 38, 82, 84, 116, 154, 206, 218
Sparling, Floy (Mrs. Eugene M.).
7, 38, 79, 83, 84, 146, 154, 248, 343
Spearman, Alice N. (Mrs.).
81, 162
Spearman, Alice N. (Mrs.).
77, 81, 162
Spencer, Corrie.
248
Spencer, Sue.
225
Spencer, Sue.
225
Spiegel, Hans.
77
Spiegel, Hans.
77
Spiegler, Samuel.
77, 79
Spock, Benjamin.
82
Spoor, Ralph E., Jr.
82
Starland, Victor D.
77
State Commission Against Discrimination. Buffalo, New York.
116
Stearns, C[ornelius] S.
40
Stein, Robert.
82
Stephan, Stephen.
9, 43, 82, 84, 119, 303, 330, 343
Stephan, Stephen.
43, 82, 119
Sterling, William.
137
Stetson, Damon.
268
Stevenson, E. S.
303
Stevenson, Ian.
266
Stewart, Charles.
20
Stewart, William A.
77
Stewart, William A.
162
Stokely, Wilma Dykeman.
268
Stoney, Katherine.
182, 237
Stoney, Katherine.
14, 182
Strauss, Sam B.
77
Strauss, Sam B.
190
Strode, Velma M.
224
Stroud, Joe.
170
Students Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, Atlanta, Georgia
80
Sudden [i.e. Sutton], Ozell.
19, 71
Sugarman, Jule M. 
145
Sugarman, Jule M. 
144
Sussman, Peter M.
61
Sussman, Peter M.
61
Sutton, Ozell.
19, 38, 47, 61, 81, 82, 84, 206, 259
Sutton, Ozell.
9, 52, 79, 81, 82, 84, 213, 270, 308
Sutton, Willis A.
281, 315
Sweazey, Ray W.
330
Switzer, Rozella White.
185
Switzer, Rozella White.
185
Tabb, Arthur (Mrs.).
77
Taconic Foundation.
270
Talbot, D. Arlington. 
40
Talbot, D. Arlington. 
9
Tanenbaum, Marc.
60
Tanner, George.
77
Tarplee, Cornelius C.
77
Tarplee, Cornelius C.
77
Tarr, Burton F.
81
Tatum, Lyle.
77
Tatum, Lyle.
77
Taylor, Grace.
281
Taylor, Hobart, Jr.
212
Temple, Allen.
213
Temple, Mary N.
60
Temple, Mary N.
60
Terman, Isaiah.
55, 78, 79, 245
Terry, Adolphine.
225
Terry, David D.
84, 116
Terry, David D. (Mrs.).
83, 84, 116, 135, 196, 277
Thomas, Lillian.
77
Thomas, Lillian.
77
Thomas, N. Charles.
40, 78, 212, 248
Thomas, N. Charles.
40
Thompson, James.
282
Thompson, John A.
9, 83, 116
Thompson, John A.
83, 117
Thompson, Lyle.
82
Thompson, Lyle.
9, 92
Thompson, William H.
9
Thompson, William H.
9
Thornbrough, Clarence R.
260
Thornbrough, Clarence R.
260
Tiffany, Gordon M.
123
Tilly, Dorothy (Mrs. M. E.).
77, 330
Tilly, Dorothy (Mrs. M. E.).
330
Tompkins, Jerry.
212
Towle, Warren Wilder.
48, 50, 81
Towle, Warren Wilder.
48
Townsend, William H.
9, 82, 155, 159
Townsend, William H.
9, 37, 56, 77, 159
Toy, Betty.
185
Toy, Betty.
185
Trigg, Martelle D.
229
Trotter, M[arnette] Chestnutt (Mrs. John Franklin).
250
Trotter, M[arnette] Chestnutt (Mrs. John Franklin).
206, 250
Trulock, Walter III.
206, 352
Truman, Harry S.
77
Tucker, Everett, Jr.
196
Tucker, Everett, Jr.
78
Turner, Albert L. 
248
Turner, B. A
248
Tyra, Edith.
282
Tyson, George.
81, 147
Tyson, George.
81
Tyson, Herbert L.
48, 56, 79, 80, 135, 136, 229
Ullman, Lois.
79
Ullman, Lois.
78
Upton, James S.
40
Upton, Wayne.
48
Urmy, Marion.
78
Vail. Roy P.
147
VanDerRoss, Richard Ernest.
137
Van Landingham, Zach.
165
Vance, K. E.
160
Vanden-Bosch, John M.
40
Vankerkooi, Fanny B.
229
Vaught, W[orley] O[scar], Jr.
281, 342
Vaught, W[orley] O[scar], Jr.
47, 48, 342
Via, Emory F.
181, 331
Via, Emory F.
181, 330
Vinson, Louise S. (Mrs. James R.).
9, 343
Vinson, Louise S. (Mrs. James R.).
9, 38, 352
Vogel, Robert S.
5
Vogel, Robert S.
5
Waddell, Alfred J.
141
Wade, Clifton.
20
Wade, Edgar L.
225, 248
Wade John W.
78
Wade, Lyndon A.
248
Walker, Charles C.
14, 38, 47, 48, 79, 81, 84, 270, 352
Walker, Charles C.
9, 14, 80, 167, 169, 225
Walker, Gerald.
82
Walker, John W.
56, 77, 116, 198, 249
Walker, John W.
9, 23, 47, 56, 77, 83, 118, 135, 136, 169, 206, 218, 245, 248, 270, 282, 283, 335
Wall, James M.
48
Walter, Frances E.
181
Walter, Frances E.
181
Walton, Aubrey G.
40
Ward, A. Dudley.
48, 88, 212
Ward, A. Dudley.
38, 208
Waring, Thomas.
329
Warner, C. R., Jr. (Mrs.). 
147
Warren, James.
82
Watts, W. Norman.
248
Watts, W. Norman.
248
Watzek, Peter F.
281
Watzek, Peter F.
42
Wayland, E. T.
167
Weatherspoon, (Mrs.).
79
Weaver, Galen R.
78
Weaver, Galen R.
80, 225
Weaver, Robert C.
159
Weaver, Robert C.
155, 159
Weinberger, Sarah.
245
Welch, Maynard.
68
Wells, Douglas.
135
Wells, Guy H.
162
Wells, Guy H.
162
Westfall, Julia R.
16
Westington Electric Corporation, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
267
Wheeler, Claudia.
225
Wheeler, John H.
19, 64
Wheeler, John H.
9, 19
Whitcomb, Stuart E.
347
White, A[mos] J.
40
White, John E.
185
White, Lee C. 
61, 80
White, [Olen] B.
259
White, Walter. 
40
White, Wayne H.
315
Whitlow, S. A.
40
Whitney, John Hay Foundation.
77
Whitney, Norman.
5
Whittier, Sumner G.
203
Wicoff, Judith.
60
Wicoff, Judith.
60
Wilcoxen, Hardy C. 
161
Wilkerson, Frankie Val.
77
Wilkerson, Frankie Val.
77
Wilkie,W[alter] W. 
14
Wilkins, Henry III.
248
Wilkins, Henry III.
248
Wilkins, Roy.
335
Willcox, W[illiam] A. "Bill."
72
Willcox, W[illiam] A. "Bill."
9, 48
Williams, E[rnest] B.
160, 206
Williams, E[rnest] B.
37, 38, 40, 83, 84
Williams, E. Grainger.
77, 229
Williams, E. Grainger.
228
Williams, Kale.
60, 322
Williams, Kale.
5
Williams, Marine.
213
Williams, Thad.
206
Williams, V. H. "Bill."
268
Williams, William K. "Bill." 
82
Williams, William K. "Bill." 
162
Williamson, Adrian.
206
Williamson, Adrian.
206
Williamson, Gaston.
9
Williamson, Gaston.
190
Willard, John.
200
Willis, Mike.
7, 116
Willis, Verna.
206
Willis, Verna.
206
Wilson, A. O.
40
Wilson, Billie. (Mrs. Gordon N.).
78
Wilson, E. Raymond.
170
Wilson, Joan.
48
Wilson, Joan.
47
Wilson, Katherine.
12
Wilson, Robert H.
78
Wisham, D. E.
259
Wisner. Elizabeth.
225
Wisner. Elizabeth.
225
Witting, Chris J.
267
Wixom, Edith Ann. (Mrs. Robert L).
60, 206
Wixom, Robert L. "Bob."
2, 5, 60, 282
Wixom, Robert L. "Bob."
5, 12
Women's Division of Christian Service.
185
Woods, Adell. (Mrs. Jesse B.).
9, 38, 206
Woods, Henry.
265
Woods, Henry.
9, 206
Woods, Jessie.
206
Woodward, C. Vann.
228, 229
Woodward, C. Vann.
228, 229
Woolard, H [arold] I. 
9
Workman, Elizabeth.
75, 206
Workman, James N.
40
World Outlook, Editorial Department. 
185
Worley, Loyd F.
208
Worthen, Booker.
206
Wright, Diane J.
81
Wright, Diane J.
81
Wright, F[rederick] Bruce.
38
Wright, Marion A.
9, 77, 229, 327
Wright, Marion A.
9, 77, 183, 228, 354
Wright, S. J.
248
Wyre, Dorothy Otis.
75, 225
Wyre, Dorothy Otis.
43, 75
Yarmolinsky, Adam.
305
Yarmolinsky, Adam.
281, 305
Yarrow, C. H. "Mike."
60, 78, 200, 266
Yarrow, C. H. "Mike."
60, 200, 266
Yates, Richard.
78, 229
Yingling, C. E.
259
Young, Andrew.
9
Young, Bob.
80
Young, Louise.
77
Young, Louise.
185
Young, Rufus King.
40, 155, 208, 212
Youngdahl, James Edward.
9, 61, 77, 84, 228, 265
Youngdahl, James Edward.
9, 61, 77, 84, 229
Yungblut, John R.
77
Yungblut, John R.
170
Ziehi, Ona.
282
Zimmerman, Mitchell.
335
Ziskin, Harriet.
120
Zuck, Melvin.
9, 60
Zuck, Melvin.
5, 60, 80

Index to Subjects

[Citations are to the folder numbers in which items concerning a particular subject can be found.] Example:
"Accusations Against ACHR. 46" indicates that in Folder 46 material concerning accusations against ACHR will be found.
"Arnold, Ruth. 46, 61" indicates that in Folder 46 and Folder 61 material concerning Ruth Arnold will be found.
Accusations Against ACHR.
46
ACHR Annual Meeting, Oct 12, 1956.
1, 268
ACHR Annual Meeting, Nov 17, 1961.
80, 117
ACHR Annual Meeting, Jan 29, 30, 1965.
152
ACHR Annual Meetings. 
1, 7-10, 80, 117, 151, 152, 161, 218, 220-222, 268
ACHR Bank Deposit Receipts.
27, 33
ACHR Bank Statements.
14, 15, 26
ACHR, Bills Paid by.
32-35
ACHR Board Meetings. 
7, 9, 10, 37-39, 43, 72, 75, 126, 138, 151, 152, 212, 215, 216, 218, 268, 330
ACHR Board of Directors.
7, 9, 10, 37-39, 43, 81, 82, 151, 152, 225
ACHR Budget Reports.
7, 10, 11, 37, 39, 41, 128-133, 151, 182
ACHR Constitution. 
73, 151, 152, 216, 221, 246
ACHR Correspondence, 1957-1960. 
77
ACHR Correspondence, 1961. 
78-80
ACHR Correspondence, 1962. 
81, 82
ACHR Employees Federal Income Tax Returns, 1961. 
124
ACHR Employees Federal Tax Information, 1959.
125
ACHR Executive Committee.
98, 116, 181, 215-220, 223, 343
ACHR Expenses.
79, 140
ACHR Finances, 1961.
128, 129
ACHR Finances, 1962. 
129
ACHR Financial Reports. 
7, 10, 11, 37, 39, 41
ACHR Financial Reports, 1955-1957. 
130
ACHR Financial Reports, 1956.
223
ACHR Financial Reports, 1957.
131, 247
ACHR Financial Reports, 1957-1958.
132, 216, 268
ACHR Financial Reports, 1957-1959.
133, 268
ACHR Financial Reports, 1959.
217, 225, 270
ACHR Financial Reports, 1963. 
327
ACHR Financial Reports, 1966.
268
ACHR Form Letter, 1955 – "Suggested Ways to Use Membership Kit."
139
ACHR Form Letters.
138
ACHR, History of.
151, 152
ACHR Labels for File Folders.
178
ACHR Lists of Contracts.
184
ACHR Literature Orders, 1960.
185
ACHR – Little Rock.
68, 76, 135-137
ACHR Membership and Finance Drive, 1959. 
206
ACHR Membership Dues. 
75, 79, 81, 83, 138
ACHR Membership Lists by Towns, 1958.
207
ACHR Mimeograph Materials, 1955.
211
ACHR Minutes of Board, 1957.
215
ACHR Minutes of Board, 1958.
216
ACHR Minutes of Board, 1959.
217
ACHR Minutes of Board, 1960.
218
ACHR Minutes of Board, 1961. 
219
ACHR Minutes of Board, 1962.
220
ACHR Minutes of Board, 1963.
221
ACHR Miscellaneous Reports.
302
ACHR Organizational Material.
245
ACHR Personnel Policies.
16
ACHR Position Papers.
263
ACHR Proposed Budgets.
7, 10, 11, 37, 39, 41
ACHR Quarterly Reports, 1955-1956.
286
ACHR Quarterly Reports, 1957-1958.
287
ACHR Quarterly Reports, 1959-1960.
288
ACHR Quarterly Reports, 1961-1962.
289
ACHR Quarterly Reports, 1963-1964.
290
ACHR Quarterly Reports, 1965-1966.
291
ACHR Receipts & Bills.
294
ACHR Receipts & Disbursements.
295
ACHR Resource Prospect.
303
ACHR Simple Steps
313, 317
ACHR. Some Simple Suggestions on School Desegregation by the New Guidelines to Concerned Schools Patrons
115
ACHR Tax-exemption Status.
77, 78, 270
ACHR Ways and Means Committee.
352
Acklen, Henry E.
40
Act 10 of 1958, Action on.
2, 5
Act 115 of 1959.
2
Action on Act 10 of 1958.
2, 5
Actors' Equity.
123
ADA World.
6
ADA World, Volume 19, Number 2, February, 1964.
122
Adler, Franz.
43, 63
Adult Education Association of the U.S.A. Taking Action in the Community (Illinois, 1955).
168
Advisory Council of ACHR. 
10
AEC.
97
Affiliated State Organizations – General Information.
3
AFL-CIO. America's Health Needs, The Government's Role (Washington, D.C., July, 1963).
205
AFL-CIO News, January 4, 1964.
122
AFL-CIO News, November 21, 1964.
63
AFL-CIO News, July 31, 1965.
63
AFL-CIO News, August 20, 1966.
261
AFL-CIO. 1963 Handbook on Hospital Insurance for the Aged Through Social Security (Washington D.C., April, 1963). 
205
African Desk on Institute of International Relations. 
137
Agbu, Patrick Chike.
135, 136
Agricultural, Mechanical, and Normal College, Pine Bluff, Arkansas
1
Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service.
123
Agriculture, U.S. Department of.
64
Akuamoa, Charles Opuni.
77
Alabama Council Bulletin, March 15, 1965.
161
Alabama Council Bulletin, March 30, 1965.
161
Alabama Council on Human Relations.
3, 80, 82, 143, 152, 161, 162, 312, 328
Albin, Ed[gar].
5
Aldersgate Camp, Little Rock, Arkansas. 
163
Alexander, Jean E. Let's Get Down To Cases (New York, 1957).
111, 271, 293, 296
Alexander, T[heophilus] D.
40
Alexandria (Virginia) Council on Human Relations.
163, 164
Alford, Marian. "Fayetteville Group Tackles Race Problems," Arkansas Traveler, December 15, 1961.
161
Allana, Ghulam Ali.
136
Allen, Dick. "Benton's Simple Game Plan: Keep Ball Away From Hall," Arkansas Gazette, October 21, 1966.
235
Allen, Dick. "Jones Gets Chance, Proves His Worth," Arkansas Gazette, May 17, 1967.
235
Allen, Dick. "Little Extras Give Foursome Big Boost in Tiger Relays," Arkansas Gazette, March 24, 1967.
235
Allen High School, Asheville, North Carolina.
9
Allen, Oliver. "Chief Counsel For Equality."
247
Allen Report (The): Desegregating The Public Schools of New York City, May 12, 1964.
95
Allin, Richard. "The War on Poverty: Arkansas Role," Arkansas Gazette, July 12, 1964.
122
Allport, Gordon W. "ABC's of Scapegoating," (NewYork, 1959).
273
American Association of University Professors.
2, 347
American Association of University Women.
38, 57
American Association of University Women, Little Rock Branch. The Legislative Program Committee. 
114
American Civil Liberties Union.
2, 59, 109, 172, 340
American Federalist (The), Volume 71, Number 4, April, 1964.
122
American Federation of Labor and Congress of Industrial Organizations. 
63
American Friends Service Committee.
4, 5, 7, 9, 12, 56, 60, 109, 134, 162, 200
American Friends Service Committee. Race and Conscience in America (Oklahoma, 1959).
112
American Friends Service Committee. "The Rights of Every Child" (Washington, D.C., April, 1955).
101
American Friends Service Committee. Rights of Conscience Fund. 
12
American Friends Service Committee. Seminar for Teen Agers in Little Rock, Arkansas.
5
American Friends Service Committee. 1300 High School Students Ask...How Can We Protect Our Freedom? (1957).
111
American Friends Service Committee, World Affairs Seminar for Teen Agers.
5
American Jewish Committee.
13, 28, 30, 36, 50, 64, 66, 113, 114, 163, 165, 170
American Jewish Committee. Bigotry In Action, Organized Anti-Semitism In The United States Today (New York, October, 1958).
165
American Jewish Committee. The Police and Race Relations (New York, February, 1966).
113
American Jewish Committee. The Tyranny of Poverty (New York, January, 1966).
113
American Jewish Congress.
30, 55, 95, 108, 165, 336, 337
American Jewish Congress. From Color Blind to Color Conscious (New York). 
314
American Jewish Congress. The People Take the Lead: A Record of Progress in Civil Rights, 1948 to 1959 (New York, 1959). 
111
American Legion.
2
American Legions National Americanism Commission.
329, 353
American Unitarian Association.
9
Americans for Democratic Action.
6
Am-Vets.
350
Anderson, Allan.
40
Angell, Ernest. "Civil Liberties and the Southern Lawyer," Civil Liberties, Number 194, January, 1962.
265
Angola, Portugal.
208
Annual Meeting of ACHR, October 12, 1956.
1, 268
Annual Meeting of ACHR, November 17, 1961.
80, 117
Annual Meeting of ACHR, January 30, 1965.
152
Annual Meetings of ACHR.
1, 7-10, 80, 117, 151, 152, 161, 218, 220-222, 268
Annual Reports of ACHR.
11
Anselmi, Tina.
137
Anthony, Paul. 
355
Anti-Defamation League. Christian Friends, Volume XXII, Number 3, September, 1965. 
13
Anti-Defamation League. Forum, New York, December 6, 1958.
109
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith.
55, 66, 108, 114, 163, 165, 354
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. F.E.P.C. and the Cost of Discrimination (New York).
102
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. The High Cost of Conflict (New York). 
100
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Mammy Yokum and the Great Dogpatch Mystery (New York, 1956).
55, 274
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Prejudice in Children: A Conversation with Dr. Spock (New York, 1963).
272
Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith. Save Our Schools, A Roundup of Southern Press Opinion (August, 1959).
101
Apple, R. W., Jr. "The Ivy-League Integrationist," The Reporter, February 14, 1963. 
70
Appleton, Bonita. "Rape Victim's Child Can't Erase Night of Horror," Jackson Daily News, Volume 67, Number 3, May 13, 1959.
354
Area Redevelopment Act.
61
Arens, Richard. "The Communist Campaign Against Our Immigration Service," The American Mercury Magazine, March, 1958.
12
Arkansas Advisory Committee on Civil Rights.
80
Arkansas Advisory Committee to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights.
115
Arkansas Advisory Committee on the United States Commission on Civil Rights. Report on Arkansas: Education, September, 1963.
97
Arkansas Alumnus.
2
Arkansas Baptist – 1963 clippings.
49
Arkansas Baptist – 1964 clippings.
49
Arkansas Baptist – 1965 clippings.
47, 209, 256.
Arkansas Baptist – 1966 clippings.
49
Arkansas Bar Association.
9
Arkansas Branch, Southern Regional Council. 
14, 15
Arkansas Christian Missionary Society.
47
Arkansas Citizens for Orderly Compliance.
47
Arkansas Committee of the National Civil Rights Commission.
9
Arkansas Cooperative School Improvement Program.
97
Arkansas Council on Churches. 
9, 17, 18, 48
Arkansas Council on County and Community Affairs. 
19
Arkansas Democrat – 1955 clippings.
16, 160
Arkansas Democrat – 1956 clippings.
16, 261
Arkansas Democrat – 1957 clippings.
347
Arkansas Democrat – 1958 clippings.
53, 188, 190, 209
Arkansas Democrat – 1959 clippings.
277
Arkansas Democrat – 1960 clippings.
266, 335
Arkansas Democrat – 1961 clippings.
49, 170, 172, 212, 228, 230
Arkansas Democrat – 1962 clippings. 
19, 209, 308
Arkansas Democrat – 1963 clippings.
23, 190, 321
Arkansas Democrat – 1964 clippings.
76, 152, 260, 316
Arkansas Democrat – 1965 clippings. 
12, 47, 76, 145, 152, 191, 263
Arkansas Department of Education Newsmagazine, Volume III, Number 2, April, 1965.
98
Arkansas Department of Education. Statistical Summary For The Public Schools of Arkansas, 1952-1954
98
Arkansas Economist, Volume 5, Number 1, Winter, 1963.
89
Arkansas Education.
97, 98
Arkansas Education Association.
1, 21, 341
Arkansas Education Association. Guidebook for Officers of Local Associations (Little Rock, Arkansas, 1964).
21
Arkansas Election Laws.
21
Arkansas Faith, Volume 1, Number 5, March, 1956.
13
Arkansas Faith, Volume 1, Number 6, April, 1956. 
13
Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation.
38
Arkansas Gazette
77, 151, 160, 225, 239, 354
Arkansas Gazette – 1951 clippings.
260
Arkansas Gazette – 1955 clippings.
16, 135, 160, 191
Arkansas Gazette – 1956 clippings.
16, 18, 90, 193, 194, 233, 239, 260, 261, 356
Arkansas Gazette – 1957 clippings.
13, 188, 200, 239, 241
Arkansas Gazette – 1958 clippings.
2, 16, 53, 188, 190, 194, 277
Arkansas Gazette – 1959 clippings.
2, 19, 136, 190, 198, 261, 335
Arkansas Gazette – 1960 clippings.
157, 171, 172, 200, 316, 322
Arkansas Gazette – 1961 clippings.
19, 117, 121, 172, 187, 230, 350
Arkansas Gazette – 1962 clippings.
19, 56, 85, 98, 190-192, 196, 260, 261, 308, 316
Arkansas Gazette – 1963 clippings.
51, 76, 120, 191, 239, 243, 262, 316, 321
Arkansas Gazette – 1964 clippings.
13, 23, 76, 120, 122, 152, 157, 158, 188, 196, 198, 239, 263, 316, 341
Arkansas Gazette – 1965 clippings.
23, 25, 47, 49, 64, 70, 76, 122, 152, 157, 159, 161, 192, 196, 200, 209, 239, 264, 317, 318
Arkansas Gazette – 1966 clippings.
120, 122, 152, 158, 167, 188, 196, 200, 239, 243, 258, 259, 261, 268, 310, 317, 335
Arkansas Gazette – 1967 clippings.
19, 23, 152, 157, 159, 192, 200, 203, 235, 307, 335
Arkansas General Assembly, 1957.
320
Arkansas General Assembly, 1959.
180
Arkansas Industrial Development Commission.
20
Arkansas Legionnaire – 1955 clippings.
16
Arkansas Methodist – 1957 clippings. 
188
Arkansas Methodist – 1958 clippings. 
135
Arkansas Methodist – 1960 clippings.
209
Arkansas Methodist – 1961 clippings.
209
Arkansas Methodist – 1963 clippings.
209
Arkansas Methodist – 1964 clippings.
209
Arkansas Methodist – 1965 clippings.
209
Arkansas Methodist – Student Movement. 
209
Arkansas Plan.
343
Arkansas Politics, 1958 – Newspaper clippings on.
241
Arkansas Public Facilities.
278
Arkansas Pupil Placement Law.
5, 9, 56
Arkansas Recorder
5, 152
Arkansas Schools – Negro.
23, 24, 57, 116
Arkansas State Advisory Commission.
61
Arkansas State Constitution.
22
Arkansas State Hospital, Little Rock.
5, 60
Arkansas State Press, Volume 16, Number 18, August 31, 1956.
194
Arkansas State Press, Volume 16. Number 19, September 7, 1956.
193
Arkansas State Press, Volume 17, Number 37, January 31, 1958.
188
Arkansas State Press – 1958 clippings.
56
Arkansas Statesman – 1962 clippings.
260, 308
Arkansas Statesman – 1965 clippings.
318
Arkansas Student Human Relations Conference, Camp Aldersgate, Little Rock, Arkansas
141
Arkansas Synod of Presbyterian Church.
78
Arkansas Teachers Association.
2, 77, 341
Arkansas Voters.
285
Arkansas Young Democratic Club.
21
Arnold, James W. "Religious Textbooks...Primers In Bigotry," Ave Maria, October 10 and 17, 1964. 
296
Arnold, Ruth.
46, 61
Arrow Incorporated National Congress of American Indians.
214
Ascoli, Max. "The Courage of Prudence," The Reporter, March 8, 1956.
108
Ashmore, Harry Scott.
5, 12, 22, 55, 60, 135, 160, 165, 234, 239, 269, 354
Ashmore, Harry Scott. "The Coming Showdown in the Race Crisis," Look, July 16, 1963.
22
Ashmore, Harry Scott. "The Easy Chair, the Untold Story Behind Little Rock," Harper's Magazine, June, 1958.
194, 292
Asia Foundation (The). Program Bulletin, Number 1, December, 1956.
135
Asia Foundation (The). Program Bulletin, Number 5, December, 1957. 
135
Association of the Citizen's Council, Greenwood, Mississippi.
354
Association of Citizen's Councils of Arkansas. 
355
Atlanta, Georgia, Letters To and From. 
181-183
Atlanta, Georgia, University.
56
Augusta (Georgia) Courier, March 23, 1959. 
165
Augusta (Georgia) Courier, July 8, 1963.
353
Auman, Lester W.
38
Babbitt, Thelma.
47, 48, 56, 60, 198
Bacon, Margaret H. "Prejudice Doesn't Come Naturally," Parent's Magazine, February, 1962.
298
Bagdikian, Ben H. "The Black Immigrants," The Saturday Evening Post, July 15, 1967.
192
Bagdikian, Ben H. "Negro Youth's New March on Dixie," The Saturday Evening Post
334
Bagwell, William. 
60
Bailey, Jim. "Scouts Pester Jones Star: He Fits As Cager, Student," Arkansas Gazette, March 29, 1959.
243, 347
Baker, F. W.
24
Baker, Jack. "Coleman Recalls His First Lesson In Race Relations – A Closed Door," Arkansas Gazette, December 13, 1966.
152
Baker, Jack. "Ex-Workers for SNCC Tell Way Group Faded in State," Arkansas Gazette, February 26, 1967. 
335
Baker, Robert E. "Richmond Quietly Leads Way In Race Relations," The Washington Post, July 29, 1962.
108
Balcomb, Raymond E. "Another Methodist on the ‘Central' The Case Against Commission Report," The Christian Century, March 9, 1960.
300
Baldwin, James. "As Much Truth As One Can Bear," The New York Times Book Review, January 14, 1962.
247
Baltimore Urban League.
110
Bank Deposit Receipts of ACHR. 
27, 33
Bank Statements of ACHR.
14, 15, 26
Banner, Knox.
7
Barnes, Willim.
77
Barnhart, Ralph Clayton.
60
Barth, Alan. "Report of the ‘Rampageous Right'," The New York Times Magazine, November 26, 1961.
172
Bates, Daisy (Mrs. L. C.).
5, 48, 60
Bates, Joy (Mrs. W. Floyd).
14
Battelle, Fanchon. Fluoridation Unmasked (Wisconsin, 1953).
12
Bay Area Student Committee For the Abolition of the House Committee on Un-American Activities.
172
Bean, Frank D., Jr. Hotel – Motel Desegregation in Kentucky (Frankfort, Ky.), August, 1963.
164
The Bearcat Flash (Horace Mann High School, Little Rock, Ark.) Volume 31, Number 5, February 5, 1962.
268
Bearden, Arkansas, Public Schools.
85, 262
Bearden Segregation Suit.
85, 262
Beauchamp, Mary. "What Parents Can Do About Prejudice," ADL Bulletin, April, 1957. 
342
Beaumont Citizens' Council.
354
Beecher, William. "The Wall Street Journal," The Wall Street Journal, February 4, 1963.
279
Bennett, Bruce.
254
Bennett, John C. "The Religious Concern With Politics," (NewYork, 1960). 
299
Bennett, Lerone Jr. "Behind the Cotton Curtain," Ebony, January, 1962.
153
Bennett, Lerone Jr. "From Booker T. – To Martin L." Ebony, November, 1962.
153
Bennett, Lerone Jr. "Generation of Crisis," [Ebony]. 
153
Bennett, Lerone Jr. "The Negro in the American Revolution," Ebony
153
[Bennett, Lerone Jr.] "The Negro in the Civil War," Ebony, June, 1962.
153
Bentley, George. "Columbia Lawyer Aids Defendant in Eviction Case," Arkansas Gazette, November 23, 1966.
260
Bentley, George. "Positive Steps Needed in Fall to Prove Schools' Good Faith," Arkansas Gazette, February 28, 1965
318
Bentley, George. "2 Rival Requests for Recall Voting Receive Approval," Arkansas Gazette, May 15, 1959.
277
Bentley, George and Valachovic, Ernest. "State Court Rules Against Integration," Arkansas Gazette, August 30, 1957.
188
Bernstein, Victor H. "Why Negroes Are Still Angry," Redbook, July, 1966.
70
Better Schools Spotlight Report, Volume 4, Number 1, Jan., 1958. 93. Bibliographies.
28-30
Bills and Resolutions to Watch, 1958.
31
Bills Paid by ACHR.
32-35
Binder, James.
66
Birmingham Council on Human Relations. Religious Bodies and the Supreme Court Decision (Georgia, 1957).
297
Birnbaum, Max. "Whose Values Should Be Taught?," Saturday Review, June 20, 1964. 
325
Bishops of the United States.
300
Black, Algernon D. Who's My Neighbor? (New York, 1958).
156
Black, L. T.
24
Black Muslims.
36
Black Supremacy Movements.
36
Blackfish Cooperative Cotton Gin Association, Heth, Arkansas
56
Blake, Eugene Carson.
48
Bloomgarden, Lawrence. "Our Changing Elite Colleges," Commentary, February, 1960.
91
Blossom, [Virgil T.].
5, 7
Blossom, Virgil T. "The Untold Story of Little Rock," Saturday Evening Post, May 23, 1959.
193
Blossom, Virgil T. "The Untold Story of Little Rock," Saturday Evening Post, May 30, 1959.
193
Blossom, Virgil T. "The Untold Story of Little Rock," Saturday Evening Post, June 6, 1959.
188
Bluefield Area Council on Human Relations (West Virginia).
164
Board Meetings, ACHR.
7-10, 37-39, 43, 72, 75, 126, 138, 151, 152, 212, 215, 216, 218, 268, 330
Board of Directors of ACHR.
7, 9, 10, 37-39, 43, 81, 82, 151, 152, 225
Board of Education of St. Louis, Missouri.
91
Board of Fort Smith Headstart Council.
145
Boileau, David.
61
Bonnit, Edward.
43
Booker Homes, Little Rock, Arkansas.
48
Booker, Joseph Robert.
14, 37, 77
Book & Pamphlets, Orders for (1957-58). 
245
Bost, Roger.
144
Bosworth, Warren. "Georgia Courting Same Fate, Little Rock School Chief Says," Atlanta Constitution, November 5, 1959.
190
Bouzek, Bob. "Carroll Students Tell of Little Rock Survey," Waukesha Freeman, April 10, 1958.
52
Braden, Ann. "Students Challenge Rural Georgia," The Southern Patriot.
334
Brant, Irving. "Virginia Voices of Past Speak on Today's Problems," The Washington Post and Times Herald, September 14, 1958.
224
Branton, Wiley. "Attacks Aimed at Negroes Who Are Attempting to Vote," Pine Bluff Commercial, March 7, 1963.
88
Brewer, Herbert.
12, 354
Brewer, Joe R. 
151
Brewer, Vivion (Mrs. Joe R.).
9, 151
Briggs, William A.
48
Brizendine, James
63
Brooks, Thomas R. "To the East of the Communist Party," New York Times Magazine, April 25, 1965.
70
Brotherhood Week – 1957.
40
Brown, Minniejean.
48
Brumley, Carl. "Dixie Firms Find Them More of a Burden as Racial Tension Grows," The Wall Street Journa, December 17, 1957. 
187
Brumley, Carl. "Segregation Cost," The Wall Street Journal, December 17, 1957.
90, 190
Buchanan, Scott.
293
Budgets, Proposed, of ACHR.
7, 10, 11, 37, 39, 41, 128-133, 151, 182
Budget Reports of ACHR. 
7, 10, 11, 37, 39, 41, 128-133, 151, 182
Budotela, Raphael. 
136
Bunche, Ralph J. 
163
Bureau of Census, Census Operation Office.
144, 145
Burns, Ben. "‘They're Not Uncle Tom's Children'," Reporter, March 8, 1956. 
272
Burnsville, North Carolina, Education Project.
9
Businessmen in Arkansas.
42
Butler, Bill. "Hoxie, A City Divided," Arkansas Democrat, August 7, 1955. 
160
Butler County (Alabama) Citizens Council.
355
Byrnes, James F. "Guns and Bayonets Cannot Promote Education," United States News and World Report, October 5, 1956.
92
Cadbury, Henry J.
60
Cahill, Jerome S. "Ten Most Common Objections to Rights Bill Are Answered," Philadelphia Inquirer, March [8], 1964.
197
Caldwell, Arthur B. "The Civil Right Section, Its Functions and Its Statutes," July 16, 1953.
120
California Housing Laws.
85
Camp Aldersgate, Little Rock, Arkansas.
43, 163
Campbell, Donald Kennedy.
40, 47, 50
Campbell, Will.
224
Campbell, Will. "A Man Had Two Sons."
51
"Can Today's ‘Unemployables' Become Tomorrow's Salesmen?," Merchandising Week, March 29, 1965.
267
Can We Afford to Close Our Public Schools? (December, 1959).
93, 100
Capital Citizen's Council, Little Rock, Arkansas.
353, 354
Capitol Publishing Company. About People (1947). 
274
Carbine, Patricia. "An Arkansas Junior Pointed the Way," Look, December 9, 1958. 
98
Carmichael, Omer. "The Louisville Story – Told by Carmichael," The New York Times Magazine, October 7, 1956.
87
Carmichael, Stokely.
335
Carmichael, Stokely. "What We Want," The New York Review, September 22, 1966. 
335
Carothers, J. Edwin.
16, 23
Carpenter, Elizabeth. "Faubus Talks of Plan for Restoring Harmony But Doesn't Give Details," Arkansas Gazette, March 21, 1958.
190
Carpenter, Leslie. "FCC Report Shows Claude Carpenter is Wealthy Man," Arkansas Gazette, May 31, 1959.
261
Carpenter, Raymond.
161
Carr, Max.
5
Carter, Hodding. "Desegregation Does Not Mean Integration," The New York Times Magazine, February 11, 1962.
234
Carter, Hodding. "Hodding Carter Reflects on Being Burned in Effigy." 
240
Carter, Hodding. "The South and I," Look, March 22, 1955. 
166
Carter, Hodding. "A Wave of Terror Threatens the South," Look, March 22, 1955.
165
Carter, John.
144
Cartwright, Colbert S.
10, 40, 47, 49, 78, 152
Cartwright, Colbert S. "Band Together for Genuine Unity," February, 1961. 
115
Cartwright, Colbert S. "The Church, The World, and Race," World Call, July-August, 1956.
300
Cartwright, Colbert S. "‘Exclusive' From Little Rock," Christian Evangelist, September 30, 1957.
193
Cartwright, Colbert S. "Failure in Little Rock," Progressive, June, 1958. 
193
Cartwright, Colbert S. "Hope Comes to Little Rock," Progressive, August, 1959.
193
Cartwright, Colbert S. "The Improbable Demagogue of Little Rock, Arkansas," The Reporter, October 17, 1957.
193, 194, 260
Cartwright, Colbert S. "Lesson From Little Rock," The Christian Century, October 9, 1957.
193
Cartwright, Colbert S. "The Ministry of Reconciliation."
193
Cartwright, Colbert S. "What Can Southern Ministers Do?," The Christian Century, December 26, 1956. 
300
Cassels, Louis and Lahr, Raymond. "‘It May Be Forced On Me', Barry Says of Nomination No Longer Reluctant Tiger." 
261
Cassels, Louis. "The Rightist Crisis In Our Churches."
171
Catholic Bishops of the United States. Discrimination and the Christian Conscience (November 14, 1958).
296
Catholic Bulletin, February 24, 1961. 
344
Catholic Civil Rights Organization.
67
Catholic Interracial Council of Little Rock (Arkansas).
67
Catton, Bruce. "Journalism on Crusade," Saturday Review, July 26, 1958. 
193
Catton, George.
63
Celler, Emanuel.
5
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions.
44, 45, 127
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Lyndon B. Johnson, Robert C. Weaver, Joseph P. Lyford, and John Cogley on The Negro as an American (California, 1963).
45
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions. Report of the President, April 1, 1962 - December 31, 1964 (California).
45
Central High School, Little Rock, Arkansas.
5, 48, 82, 188, 192, 193, 200, 225, 239, 277
Chambliss, Robert D.
40
Chande, Sapa Bakari.
136
Change, Volume 1, Number 1, February, 1965.
44
Change, Volume 1, Number 2, March, 1965. 
45
Change, Volume 1, Number 9, October, 1965.
44
Charges Against ACHR.
46
Chattanooga Daily Times – 1958 clippings.
330
Chattanooga Daily Times – 1962 clippings.
208
Chauncey, George A. 
38, 40, 47, 126
Chicago Defender, Volume 60, Number 14, August 1, 1959.
354
Child Study, Volume 33, Number 1, Winter 1955-1956.
272
Children's Bureau, U. S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare.
28
Childs, John.
38
Christian Century (The) – 1957 clippings.
300
Christian Century (The) – 1960 clippings.
247, 296
Christian Council of South Africa.
48
Christian Education News, Volume 14, Number 2A, May 15, 1960.
208
Christian Social Relations Committee, Pulaski Heights Christian Church, Little Rock, Arkansas.
48
Christianity and Crisis, Volume 18, Number 3, March 3, 1958.
50
Church Programs.
47-53
Churches, Involvement in Racial and Civil Right Affairs.
47-53
Churchmen, Conference of Arkansas.
47
Circuit Riders, Incorporated.
354
Citizens' Advisory Committee, Little Rock, Arkansas. 
157
Citizens Committee for Better Education.
56
Citizens Committee on Human Affairs, Little Rock, Arkansas. 
189
Citizens Crusade Against Poverty.
6
Civil Liberties, Number 176, January, 1960.
109
Civil Liberties, Number 188, April, 1961.
230
Civil Liberties Conference.
5
Civil Liberties – Role of Negroes.
56
Civil Rights.
57, 58, 61-66, 69-71, 78, 81, 82, 84, 85, 107, 108, 181
Civil Rights Act of 1957.
49, 108
Civil Rights Act of 1964.
6, 47, 54, 57, 62, 64, 65, 107
Civil Rights Act – Schools.
318
Civil Rights Commission. 
47, 61, 62, 80
Civil Rights Legislation.
5, 64
Civil Rights Organizations.
55, 58-61, 66-68
Civil Rights – Southern Christian Leadership Conference.
69
Civil Service Commission, United States.
65
Clancy, Walter.
48
Clarence, Senior. Strangers - And Neighbors, The Story of Our Puerto Rican Citizens (New York, 1952).
214
Clark, Dennis. "The Siege of a Social Problem," Interracial News Service, Volume 34, Number 2, March-April, 1963.
18
Clark, Esther (Mrs. Le Mon).
7, 43
Clark, Felicitas.
136, 137
Clark, George. "Slum Development: The Cost is High But Need is Great," Arkansas Gazette, April 14, 1965.
242
Clark, Joseph S. "The Hope for Housing," The Progressive, April, 1959. 
158
Clark, Le Mon.
38
Clay, Ed. "Mixed Bag on Far Right: Birchists Late Arrivals," Pine Bluff Commercial, May 14, 1961. 
Clelland, Jack. "Ike Orders Brownwell to Look Into Faubus' Act; Sees ‘Roadblock'," Arkansas Democrat, September 3, 1957. 
188
Cobb, Charles. "Who Are the Real Powers In Segregation Politics?," January 21, 1963.
56
Cohen, James.
339
Cohen, Lillian.
38
Coleman, Thomas L.
107
Collins, LeRoy.
161
Collins, LeRoy. The South and the Nation, Atlanta, Georgia, 1960).
90
Combs, Burt T.
108
Commission on Civil Rights, United States
62
Commission on Human Rights, Frankfort, Ky. Private School Desegregation In Kentucky (Kentucky, 1965). 
314
Commission on Human Rights. Kentucky: Human Rights Progress and the Need For Law (Frankfort, Ky., 1963). 
164
Commission on Intergroup Relations. A Tale of Two Boroughs (New York). 
314
Commission on Interracial Cooperation.
77
Commission on Law and Social Action of the American Jewish Congress. 
30, 336, 337
Commission on Religion and Race Reports, Volume 2, Number 2, May, 1966.
299
Commissioners' Council on Human Relations, District of Columbia. 
163
Commissioners' Council on Human Relations. Employer's Handbook on Merit Employment (Washington, D. C.).
105
Committee for the Peaceful Operation of Free Public Schools. 
190
Committee on Community Affairs.
79
Committee on Leaders and Specialists of the American Council of Education.
135
Committee on the Future, 1960.
72, 77, 152
Common Sense, Number 305, August 1, 1958.
355
Common Sense, Number 308, September 15, 1958. 
355
Common Sense, Number 345, June 15, 1960.
355
Common Sense, Number 393, October 15, 1962.
354
Common Sense, Number 447, March 15, 1965. 
118
Communism.
12, 13, 149, 151, 165, 170-172, 353, 355
Community Relations Program. 
5
Community Unity, Conference on.
4
Conant, James Bryant.
312
Conference of Arkansas Churchmen.
47
Conference on Christian Faith and Human Relations. April 23-5, 1957.
299, 300
Conference on Church and Community Relations.
47
Conference on Religion and Human Relations.
76
Congress of Industrial Organizations.
63
Congress on Racial Equality. (CORE).
322, 334, 335
Congressional Record, February 10, 1958. 
198, 200
Congressional Record, March 24, 1958.
188, 194
Constable, John.
34
Constitution of ACHR.
73, 151, 152, 216, 221, 246
Constitution of Arkansas.
22
Consultant Service Program, Southern Regional Council. 
56, 181
Consultative Conference on Desegregation.
74, 76, 162, 165, 326
Conway (Arkansas) Council on Human Relations. 
75, 146, 161
Conway (Arkansas) Miscellaneous Correspondence.
75
Cony, Ed. "More Southern Pastors Plead for ‘Moderation', Many Fight Segregation," The Wall Street Journal, February 14, 1958.
45, 50
Cook, Eugene.
12
Cook, Eugene. "The Ugly Truth About The NAACP."
165
Cooper, Ray G.
21
Copeland, Clovis. "Japanese Shrine in Desha County Field," Arkansas Recorder, July 1, 1960.
307
Cornell, George W. "Episcopal Bishops Condemn Death Penalty, Blast Hoover," Arkansas Gazette. 
172
Correspondence of ACHR, 1957-1960.
77
Correspondence of ACHR, 1961.
78-80
Correspondence of ACHR, 1962.
81, 82
Corson, Samuel.
5, 60
Cothran, Tilman C.
7, 14
Council Against Intolerance in America. American Unity, An Educational Guide, Volume 14, Number 4, March – April, 1956. 
168
Council of Church Women, Little Rock Arkansas.
38
Council of Church Women of Little Rock - North Little Rock, Arkansas.
53
Council of National Organizations for Adult Education.
80
Courlander, Harold. On Recognizing the Human Species (New York, 1960).
273
Court Decisions and Legal Briefs.
85
Cousins, Ralph E., Horn, Joseph R., etc. South Carolinians Speak, A Moderate Approach to Race Relations (1957). 
298
Craig, Ted. "Court Puts Ban on Hoxie Foes of Integration," Arkansas Gazette, October 10, 1955. 
160
Craig, Ted. "Hoxie Briefs Filed; Secreted by Court," Arkansas Gazette, October 10, 1955.
160
Crawfis, [E. H.].
5
Creger, Ralph W. 
78, 79, 161
Crisis In the South: The Little Rock Story, a collection of editorials from the Arkansas Gazette. 
113
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297
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353
Crossett, Arkansas.
48
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205
Crusader, Volume 4, Number 2, Fall, 1959.
52
Cunningham, Jeff. "What We Found Out About the National Council of Churches," Christian Home, March, 1964. 
208
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256
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256
Curran, Ned. "Gradualism Reported Ok'd in School Desegregation," Arkansas Gazette, March 28, 1965.
318
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18
Dabbs, James McBride.
47, 79, 330, 355
Dabbs, James McBride. "Dime Stores and Dignity," April 12, 1960.
249, 279, 322
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336
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112
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325
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92
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9
Dalcher, Louisa. "A Time of Worry in ‘The City Care Forgot'," Reporter, March 5, 1956. 
92
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99
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121
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107
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293
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170
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77
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47
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16
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160
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63
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268
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335
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307
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234
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14
Defense Bulletin, Number 103, February, 1966.
340
Delaware State Human Relations Commission.
162
Department of Christian Education of Adults (The).
342
Desegregation.
86, 87, 183
Des Moines Ministerial Association.
47
Des Moines Times – 1964 clippings. 
47
Detroit Free Press – 1967 clippings. 
335
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78
Dilliard, Irving. "A Poet Asks: How Long Is a While," Saturday Review, September 29, 1962. 
70
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271-275
Disney, Walt.
144
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22
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88, 316
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38
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40
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5
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5
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261
Douthit, George. "Armed Troops Turn Back 9 Negroes At Central High School," Arkansas Democrat, September 4, 1957. 
Douthit, George. "Faubus Calls Statewide Segregation Meeting By Invitation Only," Arkansas Democrat, May 15, 1956. 
261
Douthit, George. "Faubus Okays Segregation Amendments," Arkansas Democrat, April 23, 1956.
261
Douthit, George. "Faubus Says Solution ‘Possible'" Arkansas Democrat, May 6, 1959. 
277
Douthit, George. "Guard to Stay ‘Indefinitely' Says Faubus," Arkansas Democrat, September 3, 1957.
188
Douthit, George. "Integration Issue in Governor Race," Arkansas Democrat, April 10, 1966. 
261
Douthit, George. "State Views Mixed on Job Integration," Arkansas Democrat, July 12, 1964. 
261
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23
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234
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40
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137
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60
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172
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353
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190
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19
Dumas, Ernest. "Relations Council Says Faubus Wrong on ‘Front' Charge," Arkansas Gazette, January 17, 1964.
10
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160
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155, 159
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249
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56
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40
DuVall, Leland. "Business Affection for L B J Explored," Arkansas Gazette, May 15, 1965.
261
DuVall, Leland. "Corporate Farms: The System Once Was Called Slavery," Arkansas Gazette, January 5, 1964.
122
DuVall, Leland. "Critics to Contrary, American Farmer Supports Economy," Arkansas Gazette, November 3, 1963. 
122
DuVall, Leland. "Loss of ‘Liberty' Seems to Depend on Point of View," Arkansas Gazette, October 18, 1964.
239
DuVall, Leland. "Rural Poverty: The Problem is Very Complex," Arkansas Gazette, February 23, 1964.
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166, 170, 293
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175
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121
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353
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247
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166
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89
Economic Conditions – United States
90
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11, 144, 145-148
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179
Editorial Position of the Arkansas Gazette in the Little Rock School Crisis. September 1 - October 25, 1957.
194
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308
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97, 98
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99, 100, 102
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60
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23
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251
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136
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5, 12
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108
Employment.
102
Employment Opportunities for Negroes.
57
Employment Security Division.
61, 255, 267
Employment – United States.
103-106
Encampment for Citizenship.
38, 68, 77, 116, 225
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43, 126
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209
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107, 114, 249, 296, 299, 300, 322
Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity (The). Newsletter of May 28, 1961. 
107
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158
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115
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60
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20
Executive Board of Downtown Little Rock Unlimited.
190
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98, 116, 151, 181, 215-220, 223, 343
Executive Committee of SRC.
108, 151
Executives Dinner Club.
66, 80
Extension Service Cafeteria, University of Arkansas, Little Rock. 
80
Expenses of ACHR.
79, 140
FACTS, Volume 13, Number 9, June - July, 1960.
214
FACTS, Volume 13, Number 10, September, 1960.
354
FACTS, Volume 14, Number 5, November - December, 1961.
172
FACTS, Volume 14, Number 16, April, 1962.
171
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177
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48
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163
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Fayetteville (Arkansas) League of Women Voters. 
57, 161
Fayetteville (Arkansas) Miscellaneous Correspondence.
119
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120
Federal Agencies – Courts.
121
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Federal Agencies Programs. 
123
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155
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124
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Fellowship of Reconciliation. 
165
Fellowship of Southern Churchmen.
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Fellowship of the Concerned (The), Southern Regional Council.
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Ferncliff (Presbyterian Camp), Little Rock, Arkansas February 14, 1958. 
126
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301
Finances of ACHR. 1961. 
128, 129
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129
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354
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70
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Forster, Bobbie. "Attorney General Bennett Throws Everything Into Integration Fight," Arkansas Democrat, July 6, 1958. 
254
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254
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49
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19
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316
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188
Forster, Bobbie. "School Board Split Develops a Renewal of Teacher Contracts," Arkansas Democrat, May 5, 1959. 
277
Forster, Bobbie. "Sign New Contracts or Risk Loss of Job, Head of Board Warns," Arkansas Democrat, May 8, 1959. 
277
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277
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198
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277
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332
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112
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112
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112
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234
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156
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156
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316
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156
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156
Garrison, Jerol. "Market Sets Transition Area Values," Arkansas Gazette, April 13, 1966. 
156
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156
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156
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156
Garrison, Jerol. "NLR Negroes Driven To Country," Arkansas Gazette, April 12, 1966. 
156
Garrison, Jerol. "Parsons Says Desegregation Would Hurt Negro Teachers," Arkansas Gazette, January 10, 1965.
196
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316
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156, 239
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347
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162
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296, 301
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165
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Hays, Brooks.
7, 38, 233, 253
Hays, Brooks. "Justice Requires Amity From People of Mississippi," [Pine Bluff Commercial], November 25, 1962.
253
Hazards to Individual Workers.
143
Head, James A. and Zukoski, Charles. "Voice of the People – ‘At This Very Late Hour'," The Birmingham News, September 30, 1963. 
108, 109, 166, 268
Headstart Program.
144, 145, 161
Headstart Program. Conway, Arkansas. 
146
Headstart Program. Ft. Smith, Arkansas.
147
Headstart Program. Hot Springs, Arkansas.
148
Headstart Program. Newsletter, July, 1965.
144
Hechinger, Fred M. "Negro Colleges," The New York Times, January 22, 1961.
347
Hechinger, Fred M. "United States Foundations Worth 11 Billion," The New York Times, July 11, 1960.
270
Hefley, John B. 
48
Heller, Ben. 
342
Hellerstein, William E. 
61
Henderson, Chal.
48
Henderson, [Ernestine] (Mrs. J. Russell).
47
Henderson, James F.
22
Henderson, J. F. "Some Observations on the Little Rock Story," October 24, 1957. 
22
Henderson, T. Butler.
14
Hendrix College, Conway, Arkansas.
208, 209
Henry, George.
61
Herbers, John. "Tensions Relax for Little Rock," The New York Times, May 18, 1964. 
188
Hermann, Robert. "John Birch Society Sees Sell-Out of U. S.," [Memphis], Tennessean, February 26, 1961
171
Hersey, John. "Education: An Antidote to Poverty," AAUX Journal, May, 1965.
121
Hicks, C. A. and Williams, B. G. "Great Rise in Accreditation Shown By Negro Secondary Schools," Education Newsmagazine, March, 1963.
98
Hicks, E. B.
274
Higgins, Dean.
47
High School Seminar Planning Committee.
5
Highlander Folk School, Monteagle, Tennessee.
13, 149, 353, 355
Hill – Burton Project Register. 
150
Hill, Haywood N. "This I Believe," The Presbyterian Outlook, February 6, 1961.
296
Hillard, Raymond M. 
67
Hinkle, Carl C., Jr.
20
Hino, Ashihei.
135
Hinojosa, Pete T. 
159
Hirsh, Selma. Fear and Prejudice (New York, 1957). 
271, 272
History of ACHR. 
151, 152
History – United States
153
Hodges, [Luther Hartwell].
9
Hollander, Edward D[rey].
6
Holman, Cecil E. (Mrs.). 
147
Hood, Betty. "Failure to Understand Christ Said Caste Cause," The Raleigh Times, December 29, 1959. 
249
Hoover, J. Edgar.
171, 172
Hope, John. 
20, 43, 56
Horace Mann High School, Little Rock, Arkansas.
5
Horn, Dana L.
68
Horton, Myles.
149
Hot Springs (Arkansas) Committee for Equal Opportunity. 
148
Hot Springs, Arkansas Miscellaneous Correspondence.
154
Hot Springs, Arkansas Public Schools.
23
Hot Springs (Arkansas) School Board Advisory Committee on Integration.
154
Hot Springs (Arkansas) News – 1965 clippings.
148
House of Bishops. The Pastoral Letter (California, 1958). 
293
House of Bishops. The Pastoral Letter (Florida, 1958).
301
House of Representatives, Arkansas.
31
Housing
155-158
Housing and Home Finance Agency. Workable Program for Community Involvement (Washington, D. C., 1961). 
159
Housing Discrimination.
159
Housing Discriminatory Practices, Little Rock, Arkansas.
155, 156, 158, 159
Houston (Texas) Council on Human Relations.
80
Houston (Texas) Council on Human Relations. The Negro and Employment Opportunities in the South (Houston, Texas, November, 1961). 
104
"How to Tell a Negro," Ebony, February, 1957.
272
Howland, William C., Jr.
38, 40
Hoxie, Arkansas, Public Schools.
85, 160
Hoxie, Arkansas, School Board.
160
Hoyn, Dana.
38
Hubbard, R. H. "America's Pacemaker Schools," Parade, June 27, 1965.
71
Hughes, Bob.
143
Huie, William Bradford. "Murder: the Klan on Trial." 
13
Huie, William Bradford. "The Shocking Story of Approved Killing in Mississippi," Look, January, 1957. 
166
Human Relations Commissions.
54, 55, 58, 60
Human Relations Council Strikes Back At Accuser," Arkansas Gazette, December 21, 1958.
152
Human Relations Groups.
162-164
Human Relations – Local Groups.
161
Human Relations News
67
Human Relations News of Chicago, Volume 6, Number 8, December, 1964.
312
Human Relations Program of the West Virginia Council of Churches. 
163
Human Rights Institutes.
7
Hunter, Joseph B.
60, 78
Huntley, Chet.
293
Hutchens, F. E. 
60
Hyman, Herbert H. and Sheatsley, Paul B. "Attitudes Toward Desegregation," Scientific American, December, 1956. 
87, 274, 309
Hyman, Sidney. "Fulbright, the Wedding of Arkansas and the World," The New Republic, May 14, 1962.
256
I. F. Stone's Weekly, Volume VI, Number 37, September 22, 1958.
194
Iggers, George.
14, 23, 71
Il Matino ("The Morning") Volume 60, Number 266, September 25, 1957.
188
Incidents and Intimidations. 
165, 166
Information Service, Volume 36, Number 8, February 23, 1957.
58
Institute on Human Relations Press, Why the Swastika? A Study of Young American Vandals (New York, 1962). 
165
Institute on Human Relations, The University of Wisconsin.
314
Institute of International Relations.
137
Institute of Race Relations.
29, 30
Integration in American Education.
29, 56-58, 60, 62, 78, 79, 81, 85, 88, 91, 92-101, 108, 120, 155, 161, 162, 166, 188, 196, 268
Integration In Arkansas – Data on Progress. 
167
Integration – Swimming Pools.
338
Integration, The Revolt Against. 
44
Interdenominational Ministers' Alliance of Pine Bluff and Jefferson County, Arkansas. 
48
Interfaith Workshop on Racial Justice.
76
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers.
63
International Education Exchange Service.
135, 136
International Service Unit. 
5
International Student Conference. 
346
Interracial News Service, Volume 28, Number 5, September - October, 1957. 
50
Interracial News Service, Volume 29, Number 5, September - October, 1958.
114
Interracial News Service, Volume 30, Number 1, January- February, 1959.
114
Interracial News Service, Volume 31, Number 6, November- December, 1960.
18
Interracial News Service, Volume 32, Number 2, March-April, 1961. 
18
Interracial News Service, Volume 35, Number 1, January - February, 1964.
51
"Is ‘Voluntary' Integration the Answer?," United States News & World Report, October 5, 1956. 
92
Isaksen, Odd.
135
Ish, Sue B. (Mrs. Stanley).
66
Issacs, Harold B. "Integration and The Negro Mood," Commentary, December, 1962
168, 272, 273
Jackson Mississippi Daily News, March 5, 1959.
165
Jackson, Wagner
155, 157, 158
Jacobs, Paul. "A Movie With A Message," The Reporter, November 24, 1960.
171, 172
Jahn, Richard C. "What Saith the Scripture," October 21, 1957.
298
Jahuda, Marie. "What Is Prejudice," Look, May 24, 1960.
55
Janson, Donald. "Little Rock Acts for Racial Calm," The New York Times, July 19, 1963. 
196
Janson, Donald. "Little Rock Calm on Racial Issues." 
234
Janson, Donald. "Little Rock Still Angry at Integration, Though New Ball Club Acts as Check," 
234
Janson, Donald. "Racial Unrest Grips Little Rock as Negroes Plan School Boycott," The New York Times, April 2, 1964.
196
"Japanese Ease Racial View," The Evening Star, December 10, 1958.
135
Jeffries, Nolen. 
354
"Jefferson and the Racists," The Washington Post, July 5, 1965. 
113, 114
Jewell, Jerry D. 
66
John Birch Society. 
12, 13, 80, 170-172, 240, 268
John, Major and Moore, Ronnie. It Happened in Baton Rouge, U S. A. (New York, 1962). 
334
Johnson, E. M. 
40
Johnson, James D.
12, 160, 258, 354
Johnson, Luci Baines (Mrs. Pat Nugent). 
144
Johnson, [Lyndon Baines].
64, 122
Johnson, Lyndon Baines (Mrs.).
144
Johnson, Manning. 
183
Johnson, Sadie T.
2, 23
Johnston, Walter W. 
40
Johnston, Charles S.
1, 47
Johnston, H. Charles.
52
Jones, Bobby. "Negro Boy Registers at Dollarway School," Pine Bluff Commercial, May 29, [1961].
88
Jones, Harold.
162
Jones, Jamie.
52
Jones, Norwood, Jr.
60
Jonesboro (Arkansas) Ministerial Association. 
9
Jordan, Wayne. "Five Cherry Trees Planted at Rohwer by Former Inmates," Arkansas Gazette, April 11, 1967. 
307
Journal and Guide, Volume 63, Number 22, May 31, 1958.
327
Journal and Guide, March 11, 1961. 
Journal of Educational Sociology, Volume 28, Number 2, October, 1954. 
314
Journal of Intergroup Relations, Volume 1, Number 4, May, 1959.
114
Journal of Intergroup Relations, "Public School Segregation and Integration in the North," November, 1963.
99
Judge, A. M. "Bias School Board Members Expel Negro Girl," Arkansas State Press, Volume 17, Number 42, February 21, 1958. 
188
Junior Civil League, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
23
Justice, Southern.
173
Kahn, Tom. Unfinished Revolution (New York, 1960).
111
Kalisti, Basil. Amandus
136
Kamide, Robert.
135
Kamp, Joseph P. The Lowdown on Little Rock (New York, 1957).
12
Kamp, Joesph P. "We Do Not Believe In God"... said Walter Reuther (New York, 1958).
12
Karam, Jimmy.
82, 193, 194
Karmin, Monroe W. "Racial Tinderbox, A Federal Study Finds Unrest Among Negroes Rising in Many Cities," The Wall Street Journal, January 5, 1966. 
107
Kasper, John. 
165, 170
Kazan, Chris. "State SNCC Chief Attacks New Policy, Threatens to Resign," Arkansas Gazette, May 25, 1966.
335
Keeping the Vigil, September 11, 1958.
268, 269
Kelsey, David. "Slipping Segregation: Negroes Win Lowering of More Barriers in South," The Wall Street Journal, January 16, 1962.
209
Kenealy, William J. "By This Will All Men Know," October 1, 1956. 
298
Kenealy, William J. "The Legal Profession and Segregation," Social Order, December, 1956.
112, 265
Kennedy, John Fitzgerald.
64, 353, 355
Kennedy, Robert F[rancis].
179, 240
Kennedy, Stephen P.
233
Kentucky Commission on Human Rights.
162, 268
Kentucky Council on Human Relations.
3, 328, 341
Kentucky Council on Human Relations, Inc. Toward Integration, Reports on Human Relations in Kentucky, 1956. (Kentucky). 
164
Kenworthy, E. W. "Fulbright Becomes a National Issue," The New York Times Magazine, October 1, 1961. 
171
Kernahan, Galal. "Racism in Suburbia: A Constructive Answer," The Christian Century, April 10, 1957.
158
Kerr, L. D. "Race Issue Called Nation's Most Vital Domestic Problem," Arkansas Democrat, January 5, 1964.
152
Kihss, Peter. "Two Steps Urged on Racial ‘Crisis'," The New York Times, April 18, 1958.
343
King, Martin Luther, Jr. 
69, 77, 175, 335, 353
King, Martin Luther, Jr. "Letter From Birmingham City Jail," April 16, 1963.
175
King, Martin Luther, Jr. "Negroes Are Not Moving Too Fast." 
69
Kisenge, Marko. 
136
Kitagawa, Daisure.
136
Klinesburg, Otto. "Life Is in a Smiling, Fair-Skinned World," Saturday Review, February 16, 1963.
274
Knebel, Fletcher. "The Real Little Rock Story," Look, Volume 21, Number 23, November 12, 1957. 
193
Knebel, Fletcher. "Who's on the Far Right?," Look, Volume 26, Number 6, March 13, 1962. 
171
Knoll, Erwin. "The Truth About Desegregation in Washington Schools," The Washington Post and Times Herald, December 22-28, 1958.
101
Knoxville (Tennessee) Area Human Relations Council.
108, 249, 322
Kohl, Herbert. "Children Writing: The Story of an Experiment," The New York Review, November 17, 1966.
310
Koinonia Farm, Americus, Georgia.
38, 60, 176, 183, 322
Kramer, Alfred. 
50
Kraus, Robert. The Rabbit Brothers
273
Ku Klux Klan. 
13, 80, 88, 165, 170, 177, 354, 355
Ku, T. 
2
Kuhn, Harold B. "God: His Names and Nature," Christianity Today
299
Kurland, Philip B. "Court's Views Still Reflecting the Negro Revolution," The Washington Post Outlook, May 17, 1964.
336
Kytle, Calvin.
48
Labels for File Folders, ACHR's.
178
LaFarge, John.
67, 301
LaFarge, John. "To Understand Christmas," Interracial Review, December, 1959.
297
Lageson, Ole.
346
Lamb, Ted.
224
Lancaster, Bob. "Fantasy in AIDC Figures," Pine Bluff Commercial, March 21, 1965. 
19
Lancaster, Bob. "A Lost War, Federal Anti-Poverty Plans Would Educate Arkansas for the Lowest-Paid Jobs," Pine Bluff Commercial, May 2, 1965. 
Langford, Letcher L.
46
Langguth, Jack. "Demonstrators for Rights Study Tactics," The New York Times, May 20.
334
Lanoue, George R. and Powell, Theodore. "Pioneer Ideas in Education," Background Reports, February, 1964. 
91
Larkin, Lenice. 
66
Law, Volume 1, Number 2, April, 1966.
55
Law School Record Special Supplement (The), Volume 8, Number 1, August, 1958.
337
Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee, Incorporated
265
Layman's Union.
143
Lazarus, Ralph. "The New Segregation," The ADL Bulletin, March, 1963. 
158
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights. Only Half the Picture, (Washington, D. C.). 
102
League of Women Voters.
38
League of Women Voters of Fayetteville, Arkansas.
57, 161
League of Women Voters of Little Rock, Arkansas. 57
57, 61
League of Women Voters of St. Louis, Missouri.
57
League of Women Voters of St. Louis. Saint Louis Integrates Its Schools (St. Louis, Missouri, January, 1955).
100, 314
Lears Siegler Service, Incorporated.
146
Leflar, Dean.
71
Leflar, Robert A[llen]. 
9
Leflar, Robert A. "What the Court Really Said," Southern School News.
101, 198
Legislators for 1959 General Assembly. 
180
Lehmann, Herbert. "The Challenge to American Liberals," The Progressive, July, 1958. 
272
Lemke, Bud, "Voters Retain Three Who Backed Teachers," Arkansas Democrat, May 26, 1959.
277
Leonard, George B., Jr. "Big Trouble in Our City Schools," Look, September 26.
210
Leonard, George B., Jr. "What Is An Extremist?," Look, Volume 28, Number 21, October 20, 1964.
13
Lens, Sid.
77
Leppmann, Peter.
5
Lerner, Max. "The Color of War," New York Post, April 17, 1967.
335
Leskes, Theodore. "The Civil Rights Story...1956," American Jewish Year Book, Volume 58, 1957.
112
Leskes, Theodore. "The Civil Rights Story: A Year's Review," American Jewish Year Book, Volume 64, 1963.
109
Levine, Naomi. The Myths of Interracial Integration (New York).
158
Levy, Jerome.
55, 66
Lewis, Anthony. "High Court Backs House Red Panel in Contempt Cases" The New York Times.
344
Lewis, Anthony. "Human Background of the Civil Rights Issue," New York Times Magazine, February 14, 1960. 
108, 234
Lewis, Anthony. "U. S. Failure to Prosecute Vexes Little Rock Group," The New York Times, December 8, 1957.
188
Lewis, Bill. "Arkansas Council on Human Relations Looks Back on Long, Difficult Decade," Arkansas Gazette, June 1, 1964. 
152, 239, 268
Lewis, Bill. "Bishop Says Methodists Met All Issues Squarely, Did Not Wield ‘Big Stick'," Arkansas Gazette, May 16, 1964.
209
Lewis, Bill. Its Creator Surveys World of Orval Faubus and Decides It's Good," Arkansas Gazette, November 23, 1966.
260
Lewis, Bill. "Little Rock Board Adopts ‘Freedom of Choice' Policy for Pupil Assignments," Arkansas Gazette, April 23, 1965.
19, 318
Lewis, Bill. "South Faces Integration of Madness, SRC Director Tells Relations Council," Arkansas Gazette, January 5, 1964. 
152
Lewis, Charles R. & Osborne, Burl. "Appalachian Problem: The Hungry, Ill-Housed, Jobless," Arkansas Gazette, January 13, 1964.
122
Lewis, Linda John. "Gould ‘Freedom School' Primarily Teachers Pride," Arkansas Gazette, March 27, 1966.
335
Life, October 7, 1957.
193
Life, October 27, 1957.
193
Lightsey, William M. The Virginia Committee for Public Schools (Manassas, Virginia).
100
Lincoln, C. Eric.
79, 117
Lincoln School, Fayetteville, Arkansas. 
23, 57, 161
Lipman, Eugene J. "Report on A Seige," The Christian Century, February 25, 1959. 
176
Lippman, Walter. "Racism In the United States, Whose Revolution Should It Be?," Current, July, 1963. 
274
Liskofsy, Sidney. "United States Immigration Policy," American Jewish Year Book, Volume 67, 1966. 
293
Lists of Contacts, ACHR's. 
184
Literature and Pamphlets. 
186
Literature Orders, 1960.
185
Little Rock, Arkansas, Catholic Interracial Council.
79, 161
Little Rock, Arkansas Central High School.
5, 48, 82, 188, 192, 193, 200, 239, 277
Little Rock (Arkansas) Chamber of Commerce.
200
Little Rock (Arkansas) Citizens Committee on Human Affairs.
189
Little Rock (Arkansas) Conference on Human Relations. Interfaith Workshop on Racial Justice. 
76
Little Rock (Arkansas) Conference on Religion and Human Relations.
293, 298
Little Rock (Arkansas) Conference on Religion and Race.
47, 48, 263
Little Rock (Arkansas) Council of Church Women.
38
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Downtown.
190, 191
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Facilities. 
190, 191
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Hall High School.
97
Little Rock (Arkansas) Housing Authority.
155-157, 159
Little Rock (Arkansas) Ministerial Association.
9, 47-49
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Negro Students. 
188, 192
Little Rock (Arkansas) – 1957. 
193, 194
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Panel of Americans.
195
Little Rock (Arkansas) Public Schools.
22, 78, 79, 82, 123, 161, 188, 192, 196, 198, 200, 239, 316, 353, 354
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Race Relations History. 
197
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Resources Directory. 
21
Little Rock (Arkansas) School Board. 
85, 98, 116, 123, 152, 156, 161, 188, 191, 194, 196, 198, 200, 243, 263, 277, 315, 353, 354
Little Rock (Arkansas) School Case.
198
Little Rock (Arkansas) – School Closing, 1958.
199
Little Rock (Arkansas) – School Progress. 
200
Little Rock (Arkansas) – STOP Committee.
201, 277, 354, 355
Little Rock (Arkansas) Seminar – American Friends Service Committee.
5
Little Rock (Arkansas) University.
202
Little Rock (Arkansas) Urban League.
77
Little Rock (Arkansas) – Women's Emergency Committee.
203
Lufton, John. "A Southerner's Words Supply Rebuttal," Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, March 18, 1959. 
109, 329, 355
Lomax, Louis E. "The American Negro's New Comedy Act," Harpers, June, 1961.
274
Lomax, Louis E. "The Negro Revolt Against ‘The Negro Leaders'," Harpers, June, 1960. 
234
Lomax, Louis, E. "Two Views: Negro Militant, White Southerner," Washington Post Outlook, May 17, 1964.
336
Long, Herman H.
56, 274
Long, Margaret.
82
Long, Worth.
52
Lorch, Lee.
119
Loudermilk, James. 
209
Louisiana Council on Human Relations.
3, 162, 355
Lovejoy, Gordon W.
30
Lowry, Cynthia. "Sit-in is Story Told on NBC's ‘White Paper'." 
322
Lukas, Edwin J.
81
Lukas, J. Anthony. "Integrated Housing: A Matter of Timing," The Reporter, February 15, 1962.
158
Lusk, N. K. (Mrs.).
24
Lyford, Joseph P.
293
Lyons, Frank.
5
Mabley, Edward. Discrimination For Everybody (New York, 1948). 
114
Mabley, Jack. Who's On First (New York, 1956). 
271
MacDonald, Janet L. "The Little Rock Story."
57
MacDougall, A. Kent. "School Texts Stressing Negroes' Role in U. S. Arouse the South's Ire." 
91
Machinist (The), June 20, 1963.
336
Machrafi, Mohamed El. 
136
Mack, Darrell. "Color No Bar in Hunt for ‘Big Man' at Univeristy of Arkansas," Arkansas Gazette, January 7, 1966.
235
MacMurray, College, Jacksonville, Illinois. 
137
"Making It Tough For the Hatemongers," Together, February, 1965.
234
Malin, Pat.
12
Management Information Service, Report Number 229, February, 1963. 
54
Mandilindi, Justin G.
136
Manpower.
204
Manpower Development and Training Act.
61
Manpower in Arkansas, Negro.
20
Martin, Carlos E.
88
Martin, Galen A.
162
Martin, Harold H. "Doomsday Merchant on the Far, Far Right," Saturday Evening Post
171
Martin, John Bartlow. 
60
Martin, John Bartlow. "The Deep South Says Never," Part I, Saturday Evening Post, June 15, 1957.
325
Martin, John Bartlow. "The Deep South Says Never," Part II, Saturday Evening Post, June 22, 1957. 
325
Martin, John Bartlow. "The Deep South Says Never," Part III, Saturday Evening Post, June 29, 1957. 
325
Mass Media Committee of the Consultative Conference on Desegregation.
38, 165
Maston, T. B. "Integration."
298
May, C. M. 
40
Mayer, Milton. "The Issue is Miscegenation," The Progressive
272, 274
Mayerson, Arnold.
66
Mayfield, R. B. "Faubus Says Guard Told to Stop Negroes," Arkansas Democrat, September 4, 1957.
188
Mayor's Commission on Human Relations in Elizabeth, New Jersey First Annual Report, 1958.
164
Mays, Benjamin E.
56
Mays, Benjamin E. "A Plea for Straight Talk Between the Races," Atlantic, December, 1960.
56
Mays, Benjamin E. "What's Ahead for Our Negro Schools?," Together, June, 1962. 
93
McBee, Susanna. "Integration Helps All Deprived Pupils Here," The Washington Post Outlook, May 17, 1964.
336
McClellan, [John Little]. 
7, 47
McClendon, Louise. 
147
McClinton, I. S. 
257
McClurkin, W. D.
78
McConnell, Jerry. "Central's Brooks Recovers to Win 220: His Sixth Race," Arkansas Gazette, March 17, 1967.
234
McConnell, Jerry. "Richardson Clips Off Best Two-Mile," Arkansas Gazette, March 24, 1967. 
235
McCord, Robert S. "A Symposium On the 26 Who Have Gone to Oxford," Arkansas Democrat, March 17, 1957.
347
McCullough, Margaret C. Integration, Promise – Process – Problems (Nashville, Tennessee, 1952). 
110
McDaniel, Vernon.
212
McDonald, [Margaret] (Mrs. H. P.).
61
McGill, Ralph. "A Church, A School...," Atlantic Constitution, October 13, 1958.
247
McGill, Ralph. "The Agony of the Southern Minister," New York Times Magazine, September 27, 1959.
166, 185, 342
McGill, Ralph. "The Angry South," The Atlantic Monthly, Apr, 1956.
325
McGill, Ralph. "History Will Not be Kind to Misleaders of Their People," Pine Bluff Commercial
240
McGill, Ralph. "Of Profound Import...," Atlantic Constitution, September 15, 1958.
247
McGill, Ralph. "Old Brer Crow and the Klu Kux Klan," Atlantic Constitution, June 30, 1958. 
247
McKee, Don. "Trickle of Negroes Marks Big Change."
192
McKenney, John [L.].
5
McKinley, J. R. "The Myth of Separate But Equal Education," Arkansas Gazette, November 21, 1965.
23
McKnight, C. A. "Troubled South: Search for a Middle Ground," Colliers, June 22, 1956.
325
McLean, Bill.
40
McMath, Sid.
261
McMillian, George E. "Sit-Downs," Look, July 5, 1960.
334
McMillian, J. T. 
40
McMullin, David P.
40
McNeil, Elaine (Mrs. Gordon Heath). 
38, 43, 266
McNeil, Elaine O. "Policy-Makers and the Public," The Southwestern Social Quarterly, September, 1958.
266, 273
McNeill, Robert B. "A Georgia Minister Offers a Solution For the South," Look, May 28, 1957.
166
Melloan, George. "South Says No To Violence As Answer to Problems" [Pine Bluff Commercial], August 23, 1961.
240
Melton, Presley. "A New Study of Our Regional Economic Development," Arkansas Gazette, October 3, 1964. 
122
Members of ACHR, Lists of. 
14, 206, 225.
Membership and Finance Drive, 1959 – ACHR.
206
Membership Dues, ACHR's.
75, 79, 81, 83, 138
Membership Lists by Town, 1958 – ACHR. 
207
Memphis, Tennessee, Race Relations Committee.
50
Mendel, Jane. 
47
Mendenhall, De Ola.
147
Menefee, Robert G.
268
Mennonite Biblical Seminary.
137
Mercer, Christopher C., Jr. 
60, 63, 151, 167
Merchant, Joseph W. 
48
Merton, Robert K[ing]. 
1
Methodist Board of Economic Social Relations.
52
Methodist Conference on Human Relations, August 31 to September 4, 1959. Dallas, Texas. 
108, 300, 319
Methodists.
208, 209
Methods of Combating Discrimination
275
Metropolitan Area Planning Commission of Pulaski County, Arkansas.
278
Metropolitan Area Planning Commission. School Needs in the Pulaski County Metropolitan Area and How They Can Be Financed (Little Rock, Arkansas). 
21
Meyer, George.
38
Meyer, [Una] (Mrs. George G.).
53
Mid-South Public Relations Bureau (The).
355
Migration, Negro.
210
Miles, Bill. "Is Faubus Getting a New Look?," Pine Bluff Commercial
260
Miles, Bill. "66 Negroes Ask School Board to Meet, Talk Desegregation," Pine Bluff Commercial, November 5, 1961.
88
Miles, Bill. "Negroes Man Polling Place in Primary," Pine Bluff Commercial
56
Miller, Alexander F.
55
Miller, Alexander F. "Violence: It Need Not Happen," ADL Bulletin, January, 1958. 
166, 223
Miller, Captain. 
147
Miller, Helen Hill. "Private Business & Public Education in the South," Harvard Business Review, July - August, 1960. 
92
Miller, Maynard M.
9
Miller, William L., Jr.
40
Milton, Jennie Lou.
145
Milwaukee Commission on Community Relations.
54
Milwaukee Commission on Human Rights.
164
Mimeograph Materials, 1955.
211
Mingo, Olivia H.
147
Minister, Involvement in Racial and Civil Rights Affairs.
47-51, 212
Ministers' Retreat, 1961.
213
Minorities, Others – United States
214
Minutes of Board, 1957.
215
Minutes of Board, 1958.
216
Minutes of Board, 1959.
217
Minutes of Board, 1960.
218
Minutes of Board, 1961.
219
Minutes of Board, 1962.
220
Minutes of Board, 1963.
221
Minutes of Board, 1964.
222
Miscellaneous, 1958-1959. 
225
Mississippi Council on Human Relations.
3, 355
Missouri Commission on Human Rights.
78
Mitchell, George S. 
14, 38, 43, 63, 181, 183
Mizell, M. Hayes. Federal Programs To Promote Employment and Development in Rural Communities
105
Modern Talking Pictures Service, Incorporated.
127
Montgomery, Jim. "Challenge From Little Rock: ‘Courage' Can Save Schools," Atlantic Constitution, November 5, 1959. 
190
Montgomery, Jim. "The Economic Effect of School Closing," January 19, 1959.
92, 95
Monticello, Arkansas, School District.
23
Morehead, Richard M. "Racial Barriers Crumple in Schools Across South," The Dallas Morning News, August 13, 1961. 
121
Morgan, Charles, Jr. "Who Threw The Bomb? An Alabaman's Answer," The Miami Herald, September 18, 1963.
59
Mori.
137
Morland, Kenneth. Lunch-Counter Desegregation in Corpus Christi, Galveston, and San Antonio, Texas (Georgia, 1960). 
280
Morland, Kenneth. Token Desegregation and Beyond (Georgia, 1963).
101
Morrilton, Arkansas, School District.
23
Morris, Don. "Segregation Is An American Problem," Better Schools Spotlight Report, Volume 4, Number 1, January, 1958.
93
Morris, John B. 
107, 335
Morris, Woodbridge E. (Mrs.)
9
Morrow, J. J. American Negroes – A Wasted Resource, Harvard Business Review, January - February, 1957.
104
Moser, Bob.
7
Moseley, Ray. "Hays, Guthridge Square Away," 
241
Moseley, Ray. "School Officials Describe Chaos in Central High," Arkansas Gazette, June 4, 1958. 
188
Mosley, Robert W. 
14
Mouton, George A., Jr.
225
Munger, Guy. "Episcopal Conference Is Ended," Greensboro Daily News, December 31, 1959.
249
Muravchik, Emanuel. "The Responsibility of the North in the Desegregation Crisis in the South." 
325
Murphy, Mildred. "School Welcomes Little Rock Girl."
188
Muse, Benjamin. "A Virginia View of ‘Race and Reason'," New South, December, 1961.
328
Muse, Benjamin. "When and How the South Will Integrate," Harpers, April, 1957.
108
Muzaga, Faustine.
136
Mynders, Alfred. "Next to the News," The Chattanooga Times, November 13, 1955. 
329
NAACP.
56, 58, 70, 165, 227, 354, 355
NAACP. The Jim Crow School – North and West (New York, 1962).
99
NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, Incorporated The Law of the Land (New York). 
179
NAACP. Little Rock, Arkansas, Branch. 
76
NAACP. The Negro Wage-Earner and Apprenticeship Training Programs (New York). 
105
NAACP. The Year of the Great Decision, NAACP Annual Report, 1954 (New York, 1955).
227
Nagatani, Takeo.
136, 137
NAIRO.
16, 58, 77-79, 163, 183, 228-231, 269
NAIRO. Executive Responsibility in Intergroup Relations (New York, 1961). 
168
NAIRO. Material and Correspondence, 1954-1958.
232
NAIRO 1955 Reports on Civil Rights
108
NAIRO 1955 Reports on Education
94
NAIRO 1955 Reports on Employment
105
NAIRO Reporter, Volume IX, Number 7, July, 1959. 
232
NAIRO South Central Regional Conference, 1961.
79, 226, 228-230, 300
Nashville (Tennessee) Banner – 1958 clippings.
239
Nashville (Tennessee) Community Relations Conference.
112, 293
Nashville (Tennessee) News Star – 1960 clippings. 
322
Nashville Tennessean – 1960 clippings.
322
Nashville Tennessean – 1962 clippings.
70
National Americanism Commission.
354
National Archives of the United States (The).
120
National Association For the Advancement of Colored People.
See NAACP
National Association on Intergroup Relations Officials. 
See NAIRO
National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice.
67
National Citizens Protective Association. 
355
National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing. 
159
National Committee on Tithing in Investment.
159
National Community Relations Committee.
60
National Conference on Christians and Jews. 
29, 30, 38, 77, 91, 233
National Conference on Religion and Race.
301
National Council of Churches. 
18, 209, 355
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of America. 
18, 28, 50, 114, 127, 300
National Council of the Churches of Christ in the United States of Arkansas Statement Adopted By Religious Groups Re Segregation in the Public Schools (New York, 1954).
296
National Dental Association.
38
National Education Association.
340
National Education Association of the U. S. American Education and the Search for Equal Opportunity (Washington, D. C., 1965). 
102
National Institute on Religion and Race, Incorporated.
76
National Labor Service. The People Take the Lead (New York, 1962).
110
National Manpower Advisory Committee. Manpower Problems and Local Action (Washington, D. C.).
113
National Mass Media.
234
National Planning Association. 
141
National Protestant Episcopal Church.
342
National Scholarship Service and Fund for Negro Students (Georgia, 1955).
94
National Sharecroppers Fund, A Better Life for Farm Families (New York, 1963).
90
National Urban League.
348, 349, 355
National Urban League. Building For the Future: The Story of the National Urban League (New York, 1956).
349
National Urban League. Economic and Social Status of the Negro in the United States (New York).
102
National Women's Auxiliary of National Dental Association.
38
National Voter (The), November - December, 1960.
293
Negro Activities – Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation.
38
"Negro American," Time, January 3, 1964. 
234
Negro Athletes. 
235
Negro Business League, Conway, Arkansas.
19
Negro Manpower in Arkansas.
20
Negro Migration.
210
Negro Police.
173
"Negro Progress in 1961," Ebony, January, 1962.
108
Negro Schools, Arkansas.
23, 24, 57, 116
Negroes, Employment Opportunities for.
57, 81
Negroes' Use of Tax-Supported Facilities.
81
Neil, Jerry. "How to Separate the Wolf From the Sheep," Arkansas Gazette, May 6, 1961.
172
Neill, [W. C.] "Pete."
40
Nelson, Claud.
38
"New Business Ways in the South," Business Week, August 5, 1961.
90, 114
New Rebel (The), Volume II., Number II, October, 1964.
346
New South.
5, 38, 52, 70, 77-79, 181
New South. Volume 5, Number 4 & 5, April - May , 1950.
112
New South. Volume 9, Number 8, August, 1954. 
298
New South. Volume 2, Number 7 and 8, July - August, 1956.
101, 168
New South. Volume 13, Number 5, May, 1958.
298
New South. Volume 15, Number 5, May, 1960. 
101
New South. June, 1961.
70
New South. Sept, 1965.
261
New South Subscriptions.
236
New South Subscriptions. December, 1954- December, 1955.
237
New South Subscriptions. 1956-1957.
238
New World Foundation (The) Report for the Years, 1954-1959.
142
New York State Commission Against Discrimination. Apprentices, Skilled Craftsmen and the Negro: An Analysis (New York, April, 1960). 
163
New York State Commission Against Discrimination. Law Against Discrimination (New York City). 
163
New York Commission Against Discrimination. Negroes in Five New York Cities (New York, 1959).
324
New York Times, "Report on the South: The Integration Issue," March 13, 1956.
23, 92, 324
New York Times – 1957 clippings. 
194
New York Times – 1958 clippings.
300
New York Times – 1959 clippings.
227, 293
New York Times – 1960 clippings. 
322
New York Times, "America, His Hope , His Future...," January 17, 1960.
325
New York Times – 1961 clippings.
120, 172, 334
New York Times – 1962 clippings.
70
New York Times – 1963 clippings.
56, 338
New York Times – 1964 clippings. 
188, 197
New York Times – 1967 clippings. 335. 
335
Newleader (The), March 16, 1964.
55
Newman, Stewart A. "The Christian's Obligation to All Races," (Tennessee, 1956). 
298
News & Courier (Charleston, South Carolina) – 1955 clippings.
354, 355
News & Courier (Charleston, South Carolina) – 1957 clippings.
329
News & Views
116
News Media – Arkansas Gazette.
239
News Media – Pine Bluff Commercial
240
Newspaper Clipping on Arkansas Politics, 1958. 
241
Newsweek, September 16, 1957.
188
Newsweek, September 23, 1957, "The Governor's Broken Blade."
193
Newsweek, September 30, 1957, "Segregation: The Heart of the Issue."
193
Newsweek, December 1, 1958. 193. Nichols, Dorothy (Mrs. Guerdon David). 
43
Nichols, William H. "Southern Tradition and Regional Economic Progress," Southern Economic Journal, January, 1960. 
90
Nkape.
346
Nkonya, Paulo Thadeo. 
136
Nkosi, Lewis. "African Finds Negro Painfully Defending United States," Washington Post Outlook, May 17, 1964.
336
Norman, Oklahoma.
63
Norrell, William Frank.
47
North Alabama Conference of the Methodist Church.
143
North Carolina Committee of the National Civil Rights Commission.
9
North Carolina Council on Human Relations.
3, 39, 115, 249, 328, 355
North Little Rock, Arkansas.
323
North Little Rock (Arkansas) Council on Human Relations.
161
North Little Rock (Arkansas) Housing. 
242
North Little Rock (Arkansas) Schools.
243
North, Martin.
147
North, Robert D. "The Intelligence of American Negroes," Research Reports, Volume 3, Number 2, November, 1956.
274
Northcross, Deborah A.
21
Northern Virginia Fair Housing, Incorporated.
158
Northwest Arkansas Times – 1960 clippings. 
161
Northwest Arkansas Times – 1962 clippings.
268
Nugent, Luci Baines Johnson. 
144
Oakwood School, Poughkeepsie, New York.
5
O'Donnel, John (Father). 
76
Office of Economic Opportunity.
122, 144-148, 244
Ogden, Dunbar.
40
Ohio Civil Rights Commission.
48
"Operation Abolition."
170-172, 228, 240
Opotowsky, Stan. "Eight Kids Who Walk Alone," New York Post, April 7, 1958.
188
Opotowsky, Stan. "The 42 ‘Incidents'," New York Post, April 8, 1958.
188
Optowsky, Stan. "How Long Can the Kids Take It?," New York Post, April 9, 1958. 
188
Optowsky, Stan. "The Ones Who Want to Get Along," New York Post, April 11, 1958. 
188
Optowsky, Stan. "Sammie Dean Parker vs. The 8," New York Post, April 10, 1958. 
188
Oral Polio Vaccine. (Sabin).
144
Order Number 67-1481 from the Government of the District of Columbia. 
159
Ordinance #10,638 of Little Rock, Arkansas. 
46
Ordinance #11,422 of Little Rock, Arkansas.
159
Organizations Assisting Schools in September (OASIS). Background: Atlanta (Georgia).
314
Osborne, Irene.
5, 7, 181, 188
Osoinach, John (Mrs.).
47
Overstreet, Bonaro W. The Responsibility is Ours (New York, 1948).
Owens, Pat. "Governor Barnett Carries His Message to Harvard."
88
Owens, Patrick J.
78, 79
Owens, Patrick J. "Council Director: Democracy, Segregation Cannot Coexist," Pine Bluff Commercial, May 1, 1964. 
152
Owens, Patrick J. "Dissident Mississippian Says Criticisms Not Read in His State," Pine Bluff Commercial, December 1, 1963. 
321
Owens, Patrick J. "1954 Win Gave Little Hint of Faubus' Future Strength," Arkansas Gazette, July 11, 1960.
260
Owens, Patrick J. "Red ‘Scare' Film Blasted by Educator, Clergyman; Legion Stands Behind It," Arkansas Gazette, December 21. 
171
Ozark Regional Commission. 
122
Pales, Max.
23
Papamsothy, S. 
346
Parker, Ken. "Absenteeism High As Hoxie Schools Open," Arkansas Gazette, October 25, 1955.
160
Parker, Ken. "Methodists Give Nod of Approval to Court Ruling."
49
Parker, W. H. "The Police Role In Community Relations," May 19, 1955.
233
Parks, Gordon. "Whip of Black Power." 
335
Parks, Paul.
7
Parkway Consolidation School District, St. Louis, Missouri.
7
Paschall, Eliza. "A Southern Point of View," Atlantic Monthly, May, 1960.
108, 234
Paton, Alan. "The Negro In America Today," Colliers, October 15, 1954.
224, 325
Patrick, Clarence H. Lunch-Counter Desegregation in Winston-Salem, North Carolina (North Carolina, 1960).
280, 333
Patrick, Ralph R. "Birch Society: Big Business, Getting Bigger," The Times, Volume 67, Number 5, March 3, 1966.
13
Patrick, Ralph R. "School Board Decides to Hold Off On Integration," Arkansas Democrat, August 28, 1963.
243
Patterson, Hugh [Baskin]. 
5, 66
Paull, Joseph.
79
Payne, Ed.
48
Payne, Paul Calvin.
47
Pearson, Drew. "Benson Hauled Birchite Tom Anderson Around the World at Taxpayer Expense," July 12, 1961. 
172
Pearson, Drew. "South Could Lose Its Military Bases."
240
Pearson, Drew. "Washington Merry-Go-Round, Southerners Getting Their Way With LBJ," The Times, February 4, 1965.
64
Pearson, Drew. "What Bobby Said to Governor John."
240
Pearson, Harry. "Mrs. Faubus Explains ‘Operation Headstart' For Schoolchildren," Pine Bluff Commercial, March 4, 1965.
318
Penix, Bill.
61
Penn Community Service, Incorporated (St. Helena Island, South Carolina). 
164
Pennsylvania Fair Employment Practice Commission, 5th Annual Report. "Progress Through Employment on Ability," (Harrisburg, Pa, March, 1961).
106
Pennsylvania State Committee on Human Relations. Our Greatest Challenge Human Relations (Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 1962). 
274
Perkins School of Theology Journal, Volume 11, Number 2-3, Spring, 1958.
297
Perry, John. "Business – Next Target For Integration," Harvard Business Review, March - April, 1963.
104
Personalities.
247
Personnel Policies for ACHR.
16
Peters, William. "The Schools That Broke the Color Line," Redbook, October, 1954. 
92
Peters, William. "The Story Nobody Tells You," McCalls, September, 1958. 
109
Peters, William. "Who Chooses the People You Know?," Redbook, June, 1959.
158, 292, 293
Peterson, John K.
50
Peterson, Keith.
126
Pettigrew, Thomas F. "The Myth of the Moderates," The Christian Century, May 24, 1961.
268
Pettigrew, Thomas F. "Social Psychology and Desegregation Research," American Psychologist, Volume 16, Number 3, 1961.
271
Pfeffer, Leo. 
95
Phelps-Stokes Fund. 
126, 151
Phi Delta Kappa – Negro Transfers. 
81
Phi Delta Kappan, Volume 37, Number 8, May, 1956. 
86, 93
Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) Inquirer – 1958 clippings. 
188
Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Arkansas. 
9, 37, 50, 123
Phillips, Cabell. "Integration: Battle of Hoxie, Arkansas," New York Times Magazine, September 25, 1955.
160
Phillips, Cabell. "Red Hunters in Uniform: Problem for the Services." 
240
Phillips, Wayne. "200 Alabama Whites and Negroes Discuss Ways to End ‘Conflicts'," The New York Times, February 12, 1956.
16
Phillips, W[illiam] M[cKinley], Jr.
37, 38, 43, 77
Pike, James A. "The Roots of Bias," Look, March 14, 1961.
300
Pine Bluff, Arkansas. 
88, 249
Pine Bluff, Arkansas Miscellaneous Correspondence.
250
Pine Bluff, Arkansas, School District. 
24
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial
79, 240
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial – 1956 clippings.
224
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial – 1961 clippings.
88, 171, 172, 240, 250, 307
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial – 1962 clippings.
70, 71, 240, 261, 317
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial – 1963 clippings.
22, 88, 190, 240, 268, 316, 317, 321, 347
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial – 1964 clippings. 
19, 152, 209, 260
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial – 1965 clippings.
13, 23, 49, 70, 123, 240, 318
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Commercial – 1966 clippings.
260, 317, 335, 341
Pine Bluff (Arkansas) Council on Human Relations
7
Pitman-Moore Measles Vaccine.
144
Pittman, R. Carter.
12
Pittman, R. Carter. "The Federal Invasion of Arkansas in the Light of the Constitution," Georgia Bar Journal, Volume XX, Number 3.
12
Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations.
54
Podhoretz, Norman. "My Negro Problem – And Ours," Commentary, February, 1963. 
168
Poetry, American.
251
Poindexter, Ann.
60
Police and Community Relations Newsletter, Number 18, April, 1966. 
233
Police-Community Relations Institute, Texas A & M College. 
5
Police, Negro
173
Political and Social Forces.
252
Politics – Bruce Bennett.
254
Politics – Employment Security Division.
255
Politics – Orval Faubus.
260
Politics – Fulbright.
255
Politics – Jim Johnson.
258
Politics – I. S. McClinton.
257
Politics – Negroes. 
259
Politics – State.
261
Politics – State Courts.
262
Poll Tax Applications.
77, 268, 351
Poll Tax Receipts. 
77, 268, 351
Pollitt, Dan.
2
Pollitt, Daniel H. "Dime Store Demonstrations: Events and Legal Problems of First Sixty Days," Duke Law Journal, Number 3, 1960. 
280, 333
Pollitt, Daniel H. The President's Powers in Areas of Race Relations: An Explanation
179
POOPed Sheet (The), Volume 1, Number 2, November, 1965.
346
Popham, John N. "The Southern Negro: Change and Paradox," New York Times Magazine, December 1, 1957.
325
Porter, Sylvia.
66
Posey, Barbara Ann. "Why I Sit In," Datebook Magazine, 1960.
70, 280
Postan, Ed. 
60
Poverty. 
122
Powell, J. O.
2, 116
Powell, James O. "Class Crowding Forces Hard School Decision," [May 20, 1962]. 
316
Powell, James O. "Forrest City Finds Keys To Industry," July 17, 1963. 
190
Powell, Theodore & Lanoue, George R. "Pioneer Ideas In Education," Background Reports, February, 1964.
91
Powell, Velma. (Mrs. J. O.). 
2, 9, 16
Prejudice – Psychological Aspects.
272-275
Presbyterian Church in the U. S., Board of Christian Education, Synod of Arkansas. 
40
Presbyterian Outlook (The), Volume 139, Number 25, June 24, 1957.
50
Presbyterian Outlook (The), Volume 142, Number 12, March 21, 1960.
70, 293, 300, 342
President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. 
103, 104, 106, 120
President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. Information Newsletter Number 4, January, 1961.
120
President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. Information Newsletter Number 4, January, 1962.
120
President's Committee on Government Contracts.
103-105, 123
Press Argus, Volume 101, Number 44, April 28, 1960.
71
Price, Ben. "Is U.S. Military-Industrial Influence Too Great?," Pine Bluff Commercial, June 1, 1961. 
172
Price, Ben. "Segregation Front Crumbling In South, Surveyor Reports," Arkansas Gazette, September 16, 1956.
16
Price, Jo-Ann. "Erasing Textbook Bias: A Project For Catholics," New York Times Herald Tribune, May 3, 1964.
55
Price, Margaret. Toward A Solution of the Sit-In Controversy (Atlanta, Georgia, 1960). 
70, 280
Primary and Secondary School Act, 1965.
264
Professionals – Doctors, Lawyers.
265
Professors.
266
Program Employment.
267
Program – General.
268
Program Policy Committee of ACHR.
1
Programs – Other Groups.
269
Progressive. 
5
Progressive, Volume 26, Number 12, December, 1962.
153
Proposals to Foundations. 
270
Pro-Segregation Groups. 
12
Pruden, Wesley. "Operation Spotlight Ministers Trapped Into Silence," Arkansas Democrat, February 27, 1961.
172
Psychological Aspects.
271-273
P. T. A. Presidents, 1958. 
276
Public Affairs Committee. Segregation and the Schools (New York, 1954).
100
Public Education.
277
Public Facilities, Arkansas.
278
Public Facilities, United States.
279, 280
Pulaski County (Arkansas) Council on Human Relations.
56
Pulaski County (Arkansas) Metropolitan Area School Needs.
21
Pulaski County (Arkansas) Council on Intergroup Relations.
3, 47, 56, 161, 169, 282, 283
Pulaski County (Arkansas) Organizations.
284
Pulaski County (Arkansas) Schools.
25
Pulaski Heights Christian Church, Little Rock, Arkansas.
16, 21
Pupil Assignment Law. 
5, 9, 56
Quarterly Reports of ACHR, 1955-56.
286
Quarterly Reports of ACHR, 1957-58.
287
Quarterly Reports of ACHR, 1959-60.
288
Quarterly Reports of ACHR. 1961-62.
289
Quarterly Reports of ACHR. 1963-64. 
290
Quarterly Reports of ACHR. 1965-66.
291
Raab, Earl & Lipset, Seymour M. Prejudice and Society (New York, 1959).
271
"Race Agency and the Facts," Richmond Times-Dispatch, August 21, 1958.
166
Racht, Leon and Roche, Jeffery. "Name 21 Pro-Reds on Board of Dixie Race Study Council," New York Journal-American, November 1, 1955. 
354, 355
Racial Violence. 
165, 166
Raitt, John.
60
Ralph, Phillip Lee. "Segregation: Three Important New Books Discuss Its Past and Future," Saturday Review, November 30, 1959.
336
Randall, Ed.
60
Raskin, A. H. "Negro Makes Job Gain in South Under Initial Drive at Lockheed," The New York Times, June 18, 1961.
120
Raspberry, William J. "Rabbi Calls on Jews to Join Rights Fight," Washington Post, September 9, 1963.
51
Ray, Gloria.
77, 188
Ray, Kazim Husain.
141
Reagan, Paul. 
60
Receipts & Bills.
294
Receipts & Disbursements. 
295
Record, Jane Cassels. "The Red-Tagging of Negro Protest," The American Scholar, Volume 26, Number 3, Summer, 1957. 
165
Reed, F. C.
40
Reed, Oscar.
9, 37
Reed, Roy.
78
Reed, Roy. "Controversy Brews Over University Park Urban Renewal," Arkansas Gazette, October 16, 1964.
157, 158, 263
Reed, Roy. "JFK Will Act on Civil Rights at Unfavorable Time – Rowan," Arkansas Gazette, January 20, 1962.
308
Reed, Roy. Negroes ESD Job Only a Reward for Old Friend," Arkansas Gazette, March 11, 1962.
19, 259
Reed, Roy. "Negro Is Advisor to Faubus on Hiring," [New York Times].
260
Reed, Roy. "Unity Speakers Criticize Moderates, Racists Equally," [Arkansas Gazette, June 19, 1960].
342
Regional Conference of NAIRO, June 1 & 2, 1961.
79, 226, 228-230, 300
Reid, Adolph.
43
Reif, Jane. Crisis in Norfolk (Richmond, Virginia).
101, 163
Reinemer, Vic. "Southern Gains on Community Levels," Progressive, December, 1955. 
162
Religion and Labor Fellowship, Little Rock, Arkansas.
38
Religion, United States.
296-301
Religious Education, March-April, 1960.
50
Report for the Years 1954-1959, The New World Foundation.
142
Report of the Fund For the Republic, May 31, 1955.
142
"Report on the South: The Integration Issue," The New York Times, March 13, 1956. 
92, 260
"Reporter (A) At Large, An Education in Georgia," New Yorker, July 13, 1963.
92
Research and Information Commission.
346
Resolutions and Bills to Watch, 1958.
31
Reuther, Walter P[hillip].
6
Richmond (Virginia) News Leader – 1955 clippings.
354, 355
Richmond (Virginia) News Leader – 1959 clippings. 
165
Richmond (Virginia) Petersburg Area Council on Human Relations.
164
Richmond (Virginia) Times-Dispatch – 1958 clippings.
328
Rights, Volume 1, Number 2, July, 1956.
108
Rights, Volume 2, Number 1, January-February, 1958.
55
Rights of Conscience Fund, American Friends Service Committee.
12
Riley, Martha Ann. "Ministers Told They Cannot Dodge Role in America's Racial Struggle," Arkansas Democrat, September 30, 1965. 
47
Riley Negail. 
50
Rilling, Paul M.
19, 137, 141
Robbins, Jhan & June. "Why Didn't They Hit Back?," Redbook, July, 1963. 
334
Roberts, A[ugustus] M.
40
Roberts, Gene, Jr. "Negro Education – For What?," New York Times Magazine, November 19, 1961.
234
Robertson, Randy.
38, 119
Robeson, Paul. "Mississippi Today – History in the Making." 
354
Robison, H. L. 
40
Roche, John P. & Gordon, Milton M. "Segregation – Two Edged Sword," New York Times Magazine, April 25, 1954.
86
Rockefeller Brothers Fund.
77, 78, 128, 140, 142, 191, 200, 270, 304, 305, 306, 330, 331
"Rockefeller's Right-Hand Man," Ebony, August, 1955.
56
Rockefeller, Winthrop.
12, 48, 77
Rockwell, George Lincoln.
166, 170, 354
Rogers, George.
7
Rogers, Hope.
7
Rogers, Wade.
147
Rohwer Relocation Center.
307
Roman Catholic Civil Rights Organization. 
67
Rome Council (Georgia).
163
Root School, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
23
Rorty, James.
55
Rorty, James. FEPC In the States: A Progress Report, The Antioch Review, Fall, 1958.
103
Rorty, James. "Hate-Monger With Literary Trimmings," Commentary, December, 1956. 
293
Rosebrugh, Eleanor. "Employers Recognize Need for Negro Skills," The Post-Standard, October 4, 1964.
105
Ross, Irwin. "Negroes Are Moving Up the Job Ladder," The Reader's Digest, December, 1963. 
113
Ross, Margaret. "First Negro Legislators Are Named In – Same Election Won By Powell Clayton," Arkansas Gazette, January 22, 1967.
156
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341
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46
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336
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292
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335
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155
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172
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16
St. Louis (Missouri) Council on Human Relations. 
7
St. Louis (Missouri) Globe Democrat – 1956 clippings.
355
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7
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104
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91
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95
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143
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171
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172
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48
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194, 196, 197
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104
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105
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93, 271
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108
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318
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14
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5, 16, 19, 23, 24, 56-58, 60, 62, 81, 82, 84, 85-89, 91, 95, 96, 97, 101, 108, 120, 123, 155, 160-162, 167, 183, 191, 196, 198, 212, 239, 240, 262, 265, 270, 274, 309-314
School Needs in the Pulaski County (Arkansas) Metropolitan Area.
21
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5, 9, 56
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5
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315-317
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318
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60
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243
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243
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76
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243
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243
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319
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116
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90
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320
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148
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52, 60
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172
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135
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47
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329
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172
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43
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13
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87, 274, 309
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40
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2
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77
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64, 144
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61
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110
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179
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234
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102, 292
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210, 324
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234, 325
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162
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136, 137
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321
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91
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322
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322
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335
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334
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354
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262
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273
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279, 330
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196
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123
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16
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60
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70
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55, 274
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91
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274, 293
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87, 324
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14
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166
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335
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1, 7
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298
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293
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103
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323
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324, 325
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299
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279
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166
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175
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81, 162, 328, 355
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325
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109
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354
Southern Christian Leadership Conference. 
69
Southern Education Reporting Service. Statistical Summary of School Segregation - Desegregation in the Southern and Border States (Nashville, Tennessee, May, 1961). 
94
Southern Interagency Council. 
5, 326, 328
Southern Mediator Journal – 1962 clippings. 
308
Southern Mediator Journal – 1965 clippings.
356
Southern Regional Council, Arkansas Branch.
14, 15
Southern Regional Council, Atlanta, Georgia. 
1, 3, 7, 12, 19, 24, 29, 38, 43, 47, 56, 58, 61, 77-79, 89, 90, 93, 94, 96, 104, 108, 120, 121, 128, 138, 151, 152, 162, 165, 181, 279, 290, 309, 322, 327, 328, 330, 347, 353-355
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329, 353-355
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95, 224
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183
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324
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20
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181-183, 330
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153
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194, 200
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96
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331
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101, 168
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12
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91
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91
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314
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313, 314
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167
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292
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104
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70, 330, 333, 334
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96
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101, 197
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81
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198
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346
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70
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144
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3
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23, 38, 40, 43
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46
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300
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311
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158
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60
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200
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109
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167
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22
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332
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122
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49
Steere, Douglas V. Work and Contemplation
60
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140
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347
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113
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2
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334
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172
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188
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51, 293, 325
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300
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93
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92
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166, 170, 293
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175
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334
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23
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318
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23
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13
Stroud, Bill. "Colonel Hinkle: His Humor and His Job," Pine Bluff Commercial, January 25, 1965. 
Stroud, Bill. "Federal Statement on Desegregation Spells Out Ultimatum to Schools," Pine Bluff Commercial, May 2, 1965. 
318
Stroud, Bill. "Hinkle Says Arkansas Economy is Growing at a ‘Fine Rapid' Rate," Pine Bluff Commercial, January 23, 1965.
19, 240
Stroud, Bill. "Many Schools Move Together to Integrate," Pine Bluff Commercial, February 25, 1965. 
318
Stroud, Bill. "A Reporter's Eye View of a Jim Johnson Speech," Pine Bluff Commercial.
258
Stroud, Bill. "Response is Slower to School Guidelines," Pine Bluff Commercial. 
23
Stroud, Bill. "Schoolmen Counsel Together on Integration," Pine Bluff Commercial, February 26, 1965.
318
Stroud, Bill. "Schoolmen Get Few Answers," Pine Bluff Commercial," April 2, 1965. 
318
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318
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Stroud, Bill. "Why Gould?" Pine Bluff Commercial, April 18, 1965. 
318
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316
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172
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108
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40
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333, 334
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70, 335
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332
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335
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70, 330, 333, 334
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135
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122
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209
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2, 33, 337, 343, 353
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66, 78, 79, 161, 268
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135
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353
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165, 166, 354
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335
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136
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273
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151
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135
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40
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135
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92, 95, 312
Tarcov, Oscar. How to Use Discussion 66 (Chicago, Illinois). 
114
Tarplee, Cornelius C. "The Church in Areas of Racial Tension," October 20, 1959. 
301
Tax-Exemption Status, ACHR's. 
77, 78, 270
Taylor, Clarence. "Indian Teacher En Route Home," Pine Bluff Commercial, June 1, 1961.
88
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88
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162
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5
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92
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40, 47
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76
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267
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190
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277
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136
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3, 9, 39, 79, 81, 108, 162, 163, 279, 322, 328, 355
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355
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2
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168
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268
Texas Council on Human Relations.
3, 328, 355
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50
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214
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113
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116
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14
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88
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23
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172
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88
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23
Thompson, John. "Two Main Themes Discussed by Intergroup Association," Pine Bluff Commercial, June 4, 1961.
230
Thompson, John. "2 NAACP Members Interpret Attitudes on Desegregation," Pine Bluff Commercial, November 18, 1961. 
88
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12
Thompson, John A. "An Essay on the Economic Ramifications of Racial Discrimination in Little Rock." 
190
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107
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48
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60
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60
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280
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135
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336
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16
Times (North Little Rock, Arkansas) - 1957 clippings.
194
Times (North Little Rock, Arkansas) - 1965 clippings.
76, 194, 243, 318
Times (North Little Rock, Arkansas) - 1966 clippings. 
243, 261, 332
Times Dispatch (Walnut Ridge, Arkansas) - 1955 clippings. 
160
Times Dispatch (Walnut Ridge, Arkansas) - 1956 clippings. 
160
Tirey, Brenda. "Altheimer School Official Defend Building Program in Federal Court," Pine Bluff Commercial, April 1, 1966. 
23
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16
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49
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9, 66
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159
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168
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175
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14
Troutt, Bob. "270 Troops On Duty At Central High," Arkansas Democrat, September 3, 1957. 
188
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188
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161
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157
Tuohey, Matilda. "Plan Studied for Three Schools At One Site on West Side; Board Cites Office Needs," Arkansas Gazette, July 1, 1962.
200
Tuohey, Matilda. "Voting Safeguard Designed to Work But Was Ignored," Arkansas Gazette, July 13, 1964. 
261
Tutoring Program for Little Rock (Arkansas) Students.
5
Twin City Sentinel (Winston-Salem, North Carolina) - 1955 clippings.
351
Tyson, Herbert.
48, 56
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344
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29, 30
United Church Women of Arkansas.
17
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296
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299
United Nations.
345
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314
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104
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312
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340
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105
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103
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113, 120
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103
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204
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106
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135, 136
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106
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106
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204
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204
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120
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104
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104
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104
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127
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153
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135-137
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313
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104
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103
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106
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104
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103
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104
United States President's Committee on Government Contracts. Youth Training - Incentives Conference Proceedings (Washington, D. C., 1957).
104
United States President's Committee on Government Contracts and the Religious Advisory Council to the President's Committee. Faiths: Joined for Action (Washington, D. C., 1959). 
105
United States - Public Facilities.
279, 280
United States - Religion.
296-301
United States - Social Conditions. 
324, 325
United States - Student Movement.
333, 334
United States Supreme Court.
2, 336, 337, 343, 353
Universities.
347
University of Louisville. Report on 8th Southern Student Human Relations Seminar (Kentucky, 1965). 
346
University of Michigan. Institute for Social Research. Discrimination Without Prejudice: A Study of Promotion Practices In Industry (Michigan, 1964). 
292
University Park Urban Renewal Project - Little Rock, Arkansas.
155, 157-159, 239, 263
Urban League of Greater Little Rock (Arkansas).
21, 56, 167, 268, 284, 351
Urban Progress Association.
77, 79
Urban Renewal Projects.
65
Valachovic, Ernest. "Colony to Take Negroes Soon, Faubus Reports," Arkansas Gazette, March 13, 1961. 
19
Valachovic, Ernest. "Faubus Supporters Said, ‘He'll Come,'" Arkansas Gazette, April 28, 1966. 
261
Valentine, Foy.
60
Valentine, Paul. "Pool Integration Costly To Atlanta?," Atlanta Journal, August 4, 1963. 
338
Vanden-bosch, Maurie.
40
Veterans.
350
Vicker, Ray & Stannard, Fred, Jr. "Little Rock Mood: Its Citizens Support School Closings Though Education May Suffer," Wall Street Journal, September 16, 1958. 
200
Virginia Council on Human Relations.
3, 39, 162, 163, 164, 328, 354, 355
Virginian (The), Volume II, Number 1, January, 1956.
355
Virginian (The) Pilot (Norfolk - Portsmouth, Virginia) - 1955 clippings.
354, 355
Vocational Printing Students Little Rock Central High School. Directory Little Rock Public High School, Little Rock, Arkansas - 1954-55 
22
Volunteers for Vision.
144
Vorspan, Albert. "The Iconoclast of Petal, Mississippi," Reporter, March 21, 1957.
247
Voter Education Project.
166, 351
Voters, Arkansas.
285
Wadley, Alabama.
3
Wai-Hing, Kwang. 
79, 136, 137
Walker, Charles C.
9, 135, 152
Walker, Gerald. "Fool's Paradise of the Southern White," Cavalier, April, 1963.
272
Walker, Gerald. "Little Rock - Five Years Later," Redbook, November, 1962. 
114, 194, 196, 200, 293, 317
Walker, John W. 
2, 56, 66, 77, 78, 116, 156, 230
Wallace, Robert. "Freedom to Jim Crow," Life, September 10, 1956.
153
Wallace, Robert. "How the Negro Came to Slavery in America," Life, September 3, 1953. 
153
Walls, David.
144
Walthall, Ed.
40
War Whoop, Volume 4, Number 4, December 15, 1961. 
97
Ward, John L. "Attorney Hits Southern Leaders," Arkansas Democrat, June 2, 1961. 
230
Ward, John L. "Faubus Accused of Promoting ‘Hatred' in Talk," Arkansas Democrat, May 23, 1959. 
277
Ward, John L. "Firing of 44 Blasted," Arkansas Gazette, May 7, 1959. 
277
Ward, John L. "Human Relations Council Labels Faubus' Charges ‘Irresponsible,'" Arkansas Democrat, January 16, 1964.
10
Ward, John L. "Knowledge Is Said Vital in Struggle for Racial Equality," Arkansas Democrat, January 20, 1962.
308
Ward, John L. "Muslims Threat To Peaceful Social Change, Author Says," Arkansas Democrat, November 18, 1961.
117
Ward, John L. "PTA Council Irked By Purge," Arkansas Democrat, May 6, 1959. 
277
Ward, John L. "Petition Showdown Nearing," Arkansas Democrat, May 11, 1959.
277
Ward, John L. "Race Against Time Seen For Petition," Arkansas Democrat, May 10, 1959.
277
Ward, John L. "Recalls Picks Up Momentum as ‘STOP' Opens Its Office, Starts Signature Campaign," Arkansas Democrat, May 9, 1959.
277
Ward, John L. "Renewal of Teacher Contracts Promised by Victors in Recall," Arkansas Democrat, May 26, 1959.
277
Ward, John L. "STOP Files Petitions With 9,603 Signatures to Recall McKinley, Rowland, Laster," Arkansas Democrat, May 12, 1959.
277
Ward, John L. "System Wide Meeting of PTA Scheduled Soon to Discuss Action in Wide- Scale School Dismissals," Arkansas Democrat, May 8, 1959.
277
Ward, Lee. 
212
Waring, Thomas, R. "The Southern Case Against Desegregation," Harpers, January, 1956. 
109
Warren Public Housing Project. 
155
Warren, Robert Penn. "Divided South Searches Its Soul," Life, July 9, 1956.
325
Washington Post
79
Washington Post - 1960 clippings.
172
Watkins, J. M.
40
Watkins, William T. "Methodism's Present Task, A Southern View," World Outlook, August, 1960. 
293
Watson, Marian Anderson.
38, 68
Watters, Pat. Brunswick (Atlanta, Georgia, September, 1964).
86
Ways & Means Committee, ACHR's.
352
Weaver, Robert C.
58, 161, 292
Weaver, Robert C. "The Changing Status of Racial Groups." 
58
Welch, Maynard O.
38, 68
Welch, Robert H. W., Jr. 
170-172
Welch, Rosa Page.
38
Wellons, Ralph D[illingham].
3
Wells, John.
5, 152, 200
Wesley Foundation, University of Arkansas.
209
West, Don. 
149
West, Robert. "What Would Jesus Do?" (Tennessee, 1959).
296
West, Robert. "What Would Jesus Do?" (Tennessee, 1959).
296
West Virginia Human Rights Commission.
162
Westfeldt, Wallace. Setting A Sit-In.
293, 322, 335
Westin, Alan F. "The Deadly Parallels, Radical Rights and Radical Left," Harpers, April, 1962.
165
Westin, Alan F. "The John Birch Society," Commentary, August, 1961.
170
Wheeler, Claudia.
46
Wheeler, John.
9, 56
White, Amos J.
40.
White America, Incorporated.
354
White Citizens Council.
42, 354, 355
White Citizens Groups. 
353-355
White Sentinel, Volume VI, Number 7, July, 1956.
354
White, Wayne.
43, 63
Who's Who Clubs of America.
66
Wieck, David Thoreau. "Report From Little Rock," Liberation, October, 1958.
193
Wisenburg, Karl. "The Oxford Disaster...Price of Defiance," The Chronicle, December 17-21, 1962. 
165
Wilder, William. 
60
Wilkins, Roy.
247, 293, 335
Wilkins, Roy. "The Meeting of the Sit-Ins," September, 1960. 
322
Wilks, Taylor. 
60
Willard, John.
5
Williams, Grainger.
55
Williams, John Bell.
12, 47, 354
Williams, L. R.
40
Williams, Robert F. "Can Negroes Afford to Be Pacifists?," Liberation, September, 1959. 
175
Williams, Sterling.
60
Williamson, Adrian.
16
Williamson, Lamar. 
16
Willis, Mike. 
43
Wilson, A. O.
40
Winn, Albert C. "Segregation and Bible Teachings," The Presbyterian Outlook
51
Winstead, [Versie] (Mrs. Homer).
48
Winter, Elmer L. "Milwaukee: A Fair Deal," Saturday Review, January 8, 1966.
293
Wisconsin, University of. Institute on Human Relations.
314
Wittenstein, Charles F. 
107
Wolfe, Ann G. Leader's Guide, A Manual On Better Human Relations For Leaders in Youth Agencies (New York). 
168
Women's Auxiliary to the American Optometric Association, Incorporated.
144
Women's Division of Christian Service. "What Does the Lord Require of You?," (Ohio, 1957). 
296
Women's Emergency Committee For the Schools.
5, 203, 207
Women's Emergency Committee to Open Our Schools.
5, 203, 207
Women's Society of Christian Services.
7
Woods, Henry.
60
Wooford, Harris.
60
Woodward, C. Vann.
78-81, 230
Woodward, C. Vann. "New South Fraud Is Papered by Old South Myth," Washington Post, July 9, 1961. 
90, 325
Worker's Defense League. Apprenticeships Training in New York - Openings In 1963 (New York, 1963). 
106
World Affairs Group.
38
World Council of Churches, Third Assembly, New Delhi, 1961.
301
Wright.
79
Wright, L. M., Jr. "Charlotte Has Built Its Integration Road," The Charlotte Observer. August 1, 1963.
279
Wright, Marion A.
9
Wright, Marion A. "Segregation Versus the Space Age," April 9, 1948.
112
Wright, Marion A. You Can't Go Home Again (Louisiana). 
299
Wylie, Ted.
7
Wynn, Abbie P. 
147
Wyre, Dorothy Otis. 
14
Yancey County, North Carolina, Board of Education. 
9
Young, Jack H. 
3
Young, John. "Conscience," Christian Herald, September, 1965.
13
Young, Louise.
47
Young Men's Christian Association. 
356
Young, Rufus King.
60
Young, Whitney. 
56
Young Women's Christian Association.
356
Young Women's Christian Association. National Board.
275
Zeichner, Irving B. "Human Relations and the Police," Law and Order, Volume 4, Number 4, April 1956. 
114
Zimmerman, Fred L. "Little Rock Revisited, Racial Calm Marks City Once Torn By Violence," The Wall Street Journal, December 17, 1963. 
234
Zinn, Howard. Albany, A Study in National Responsibility (Atlanta, Georgia, 1962).
114, 279
Zinn, Howard. "A Fate Worse Then Integration," Harper's Magazine, August, 1959.
90, 92
Zuck, Melvin.
60
Zukoski, Charles & Head, James A. "Voice of the People - ‘At This Very Late Hour,'" The Birmingham (Alabama) News, September 30, 1963.
108

Index to Series 2 [Boxes 35-36, Tapes 1-13]

Citations are to sound recordings by Tape number and by Side of Tape. Example:
"Church Service. T2, S1; T3, S1; T6, S1" indicates that recorded church services can be found on Side 1 of Tape 2, on Side 1 of Tape 3, and on Side 1 of Tape 6.
Arkansas. Attorney General. Testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 18, 1958.
T11, S2; T12, S2; T13, S1
Arkansas. Governor. Speech regarding forthcoming Little Rock, Ark. School Board election. c1958-1959. 
T2, S2
Arkansas. Legislative Council Special Education Committee. Hearings on subversion, December, 1958.
T7, S2 - T13, S2
Ashmore, Harry Scott, introducing speaker James McBride Dabbs in Little Rock, Arkansas. [1960?]. 
T4, S2
Atlanta, Georgia station WAGA-TV, interview on.
T2, S2
[Bannister, W. Guy?], testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 18, 1958.
T11, S2 - T12, S2
Bennett, Bruce, testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 18, 1958.
T11, S2; T12, S2; T13, S1
Boyte, Harry, interview of Carl Francis Hansen, ca. May 1959.
T2, S2
Byrd, Herbert R., testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 18, 1958.
T11, S2; T12, S2
Church service. 
T2, S1; T3, S1; T6, S1
Churches, racial integration of, radio broadcast comments on, ca. 1964.
T6, S1
Clancey, Walter, interview of, [1964].
T5, S1
Communist subversion in Arkansas, Legislative Council hearings on, December, 1958. 
T7, S2 - T13, S2
Crumpler, Gladys, interview on Jonesboro, Arkansas radio program.
T1, S1
Dabbs, James McBride, speech in Little Rock, Arkansas, [1960?].
T4, S2
Ewing, Josephine, church service at residence of.
T3, S1
Faubus, Orval Eugene, speech regarding forthcoming Little Rock, Arkansas, School Board election, ca. 1958-1959. 
T2, S2
Georgia Council on Human Relations officials, interview of Carl Francis Hansen, ca. May, 1959. 
T2, S2
Griffin, John A., interview of Carl Francis Hansen, ca. May, 1959.
T2, S2
Griswold, Nat, speaker at Little Rock, Arkansas church service.
T3, S1
Hansen, Carl Francis, interview of, ca. May, 1959.
T2, S2
Harris, Oren, testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 16, 1958.
T7, S2
Johnson, Manning, testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 18, 1958.
T10, S1; T11, S1 and S2; T12, S1; T13, S2
Jonesboro, Arkansas radio station KBTM, interview on. 
T1, S1
KBTM, Jonesboro, Arkansas, interview on.
T1, S1
Laird, Mrs. Knight, interview on Jonesboro, Arkansas radio program. 
T1, S1
Leach, Ralph, ordination to diaconate.
T2, S1
Little Rock, Arkansas School Board election, speech regarding, ca. 1958-1959. 
T2, S2
McClatchey, Devereaux, interview of Carl Francis Hansen, ca. May, 1959.
T2, S2
Matthews, Joseph B., testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 17, 1958. 
T8, S1-T9, S2; T10, S2; T12, S1
"Operation Friendship", interview regarding, on Jonesboro, Arkansas radio program.
T1, S1
The Organization Man, book review of. 
T4, S2
Pulaski County on Intergroup Relations meeting, February 12, 1960, speech at
T4, S2
Ralston, Clark H., testimony before Arkansas Legislative Council hearings on subversion, December 18, 1958. 
T11, S2; T12, S2
St. Mark's Episcopal Church, Little Rock, Arkansas, ordination service in, ca. 1958.
T2, S1
Sermon.
T6, S1
Sharp, Samuel C., radio broadcast comments on racial integration of churches, ca. 1964.
T6, S1
Southern Regional Council president, speech in Little Rock, Arkansas [1960?].
T4, S2
Subversion in Arkansas, Legislative Council hearings on, December, 1958.
T7, S2 - T13, S2
Sutton, Ozell, interview of, 1964.
T5, S1
WAGA-TV, Atlanta, Georgia interview on. 
T2, S2
Washington, D. C. public schools, superintendent of interviewed, ca. May, 1959.
T2, S2
Whyte, William Hollingsworth, The Organization Man, book review of.
T4, S2
Title
Arkansas Council on Human Relations Records
Status
Completed
Author
Samuel Sizer
Date
December 1974
Language of description
English
Script of description
Latin
Language of description note
Finding aid is written in English.

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