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Arkansas Council on Human Relations Office Records

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

[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.

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A

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, Vol. 19, No. 2, Feb., 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, Ark. 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, N.C. 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), Vol. 71, No. 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, Oct., 1958). 165.

American Jewish Committee. The Police and Race Relations (New York, February, 1966). 113.

American Jewish Committee. The Tyranny of Poverty (New York, Jan., 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, No. 194, January, 1962. 265.

Angola, Portugal. 208.

Annual Meeting of ACHR, Oct 12, 1956. 1, 268.

Annual Meeting of ACHR, Nov 17, 1961. 80, 117.

Annual Meeting of ACHR, Jan 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, Vol. XXII, No. 3, Sept., 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 (NewYork). 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, Vol. 67, No. 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, Vol. III, No. 2, April, 1965. 98.

Arkansas Department of Education. Statistical Summary For The Public Schools of Arkansas, 1952-1954. 98.

Arkansas Economist, Vol. 5, No. 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, Ark., 1964). 21.

Arkansas Election Laws. 21.

Arkansas Faith, Vol. 1, No. 5, March, 1956. 13.

Arkansas Faith
, Vol. 1, No. 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, Vol. 16, No. 18, August 31, 1956. 194.

Arkansas State Press, Vol. 16. No. 19, September 7, 1956. 193.

Arkansas State Press, Vol. 17, No. 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, Ark. 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, October10 & 17, 1964. 296.

Arnold, Ruth. 46, 61.

Arrow Inc. 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, No. 1, December, 1956. 135.

Asia Foundation (The). Program Bulletin, No. 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.


B

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.) Vol. 31, No. 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 & 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, Vol. 4, No. 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, Ark. 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, Mo. 91.

Board of Fort Smith Headstart Council. 145.

Boileau, David. 61.

Bonnit, Edward. 43.

Booker Homes, Little Rock, Ark. 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 Journal, 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, N. C., Education Project. 9.

Businessmen in Arkansas. 42.

Butler, Bill. "Hoxie, A City Divided," Arkansas Democrat, Aug. 7, 1955. 160.

Butler County (Alabama) Citizens Council. 355.

Byrnes, James F. "Guns and Bayonets Cannot Promote Education," U. S. News and World Report, October 5, 1956. 92.



C

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, Ark. 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, Ark. 12, 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," Feb., 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 & 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 (Ark.). 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, Ark. 5, 48, 82, 188, 192, 193, 200, 225, 239, 277.

Chambliss, Robert D. 40.

Chande, Sapa Bakari. 136.

Change, Vol. 1, No. 1, Feb., 1965. 44.

Change, Vol. 1, No. 2, Mar., 1965. 45.

Change, Vol. 1, No. 9, Oct., 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, Vol. 60, No.14, August 1, 1959. 354.

Child Study, Vol. 33, No. 1, Winter 1955-1956. 272.

Children's Bureau, U. S. Dept. of Health, Education & Welfare. 28. Childs, John. 38.

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Christian Council of South Africa. 48.

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Christianity and Crisis, Vol. 18, No. 3, March 3, 1958. 50.

Church Programs. 47-53.

Churches, Involvement in Racial and Civil Right Affairs. 47-53.

Churchmen, Conference of Arkansas. 47.

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Citizens' Advisory Committee, Little Rock, Ark. 157.

Citizens Committee for Better Education. 56.

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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.

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Civil Rights Act of 1964. 6, 47, 54, 57, 62, 64, 65, 107.

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Consultant Service Program, Southern Regional Council. 56, 181.

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Curran, Ned. "Wilbur Gets An Ally in Income Tax Reform," Arkansas Gazette, November 21, 1965. 18.



D

Dabbs, James McBride. 47, 79, 330, 355.

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Davis, Walter G. "A Common Goal – Equal Employment Opportunity," AFL-CIO American Federalist, June, 1965. 63.

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Deane, Ernie. "Rohwer to Honor Its Past Today," Arkansas Gazette, October 15, 1961. 307.

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Des Moines Ministerial Association. 47.

Des Moines Times – 1964 clippings. 47.

Detroit Free Press – 1967 clippings. 335.

Dickson, George. 78.

Dilliard, Irving. "A Poet Asks: How Long Is a While," Saturday Review, Sept 29, 1962. 70.

Discrimination – Psychological Aspects. 271-275.

Disney, Walt. 144.

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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, Sept 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.

Drew County Ark., School Districts. 23.

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Dryver, Z[ebedee] Z. 40.

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Dudman, Richard. "‘Walker' Inquiry May Echo Army-McCarthy Hearings," Pine Bluff Commercial, Nov 24, 1961. 172.

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Dumas, Ernest. "Board Members in Quandary Over Suit for Desegregation," Arkansas Gazette, March 12, 1962. 190.

Dumas, Ernest. "Ex-President of U. A. Sees State's Problems Unchanged," Arkansas Gazette, March 19, 1963. 19.

Dumas, Ernest. "Relations Council Says Faubus Wrong on ‘Front' Charge," Arkansas Gazette, January 17, 1964. 10.

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Durham, North Carolina. 56.

Durway, Daniel L. 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. 122.

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Dyck, Raymond. 137.

Dykeman, Wilma. "The Man in the Gray Flannel Sheet," Progressive, February, 1959. 325.

Dykeman, Wilma and Strokely, James. "In Clinton, Tennessee," Nation, December 22, 1956. 93.

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Dynan, Joseph E. "Western Europe Forms Court of Human Rights for Citizens' Safeguard," Arkansas Gazette, December 17, 1961. 121.


E

Eagle, J. D. "Re-Segregation, A Plea for States Rights and a Return to Local Self Government." 353.

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Edelesberg, Herman and Brody, David A. Civil Rights in the 88th Congress, First Session 1963 (New York). 179.

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Edson, Arthur. "Despite Rowan and Row, Exclusive Clubs Will Stay Same," Arkansas Gazette, February 25, 1962. 308.

Education. 91-96.

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Eisenhower, Dwight David. 60.

El Dorado, Ark., School District. 23.

Eleazer, Robert B. Singers in the Dawn (Atlanta, Ga, September, 1946.) 251.

Election Laws of Arkansas. 21.

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Employment. 102.

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Encampment for Citizenship. 38, 68, 77, 116, 225.

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Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity (The). 107, 114, 249, 296, 299, 300, 322.

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Equal Employment Opportunity Commission Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 4, May-June, 1966. 158.

Equal Rights. 108-114.

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European Court of Human Rights. 121.

Evans, Angeline "Angie." 60, 208.

Evans, Catharine. 60.

Ewald, William R., Jr. 20.

Executive Board of Downtown Little Rock Unlimited. 190.

Executive Committee of ACHR. 98, 116, 151, 181, 215-220, 223, 343.

Executive Committee of SRC. 108, 151.

Executives Dinner Club. 66, 80.

Extension Service Cafeteria, U of A, Little Rock. 80.

Expenses of ACHR. 79, 140.


F

FACTS
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FACTS, Vol. 14, No. 5, November - December, 1961. 172.

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FACTS
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Fairfax, Jean. 242.

Faison, George. 40.

Far Right. 118.

Faubus, Orval Eugene. 5, 46, 48, 56, 70, 71, 77, 82, 97, 98, 152, 188, 193, 194, 203, 240, 249, 259-261, 353, 354.

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Fayetteville, (Ark) Community Relations Association. 77, 83, 84, 161.

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Federal Agencies Compliance. 120.

Federal Agencies – Courts. 121.

Federal Agencies – Office of Economic Opportunity. 122, 144-148, 244.

Federal Agencies Programs. 123.

Federal Housing Administration. Analysis of the Little Rock, Arkansas, Housing Market as of January 1, 1965 (Washington, D. C., 1965). 155.

Federal Income Tax Returns, 1961. 124.

Federal Register, Vol. 29, No. 236, December 4, 1964. 120.

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Feild, John. 61.

Fellowship of Reconciliation. 165.

Fellowship of Southern Churchmen. 50.

Fellowship of the Concerned (The), Southern Regional Council. 292, 328.

Ferncliff (Presbyterian Camp), Little Rock, Ark. Feb 14, 1958. 126.

Fifteenth Annual Institute of Race Relations, Fisk University, June 20 – July 12, 1958. 301.

Finances of ACHR. 1961. 128, 129.

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Financial Reports of ACHR. 7, 10, 11, 37, 39, 41, 130-133, 216, 223, 246, 261, 270, 327.

Fine, Benjamin. "Integration in Action," The New York Times, May 13-24, 1957. 100.

Fine, Benjamin. "Louisville Sets an Example of Successful Integration in the Public Schools," The New York Times, May 16, 1954. 23.

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Firing Line, Vol. 6, No. 10, May 15, 1957. 354.

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Fleischman, Harry. "Let's Be Human," August - September, 1964. 55.

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Fleming, Harold C. 38, 43.

Fleming, Harold C. "A Southern View of the South," New York Times Magazine, April 3, 1960. 325, 342.

Florida Council on Human Relations. 3, 39, 152, 162, 163, 165, 279, 328.

Florida Student Conference on Human Relations. 346.

Flowers, W. Harold. 3.

Flynn, John T. "Fifty Americans in Search of a Party," The American Mercury Magazine, Feb, 1955. 12.

Foreign Visitors. 136, 137.

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Foreman, Kenneth J. "Separate is Not Equal," The Presbyterian Outlook. 51, 268.

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Form Letters, ACHR's 138, 139.

Forrest City, Arkansas, Negro Student Demonstrators. 70.

Forrest City, Arkansas School District. 23.

Forster, Bobbie. 7.

Forster, Bobbie. "Attorney General Bennett Throws Everything Into Integration Fight," Arkansas Democrat, July 6, 1958. 254.

Forster, Bobbie. "Bills Would Make NAACP ‘Hew to Line,'" Arkansas Democrat, July 3, 1958. 254.

Forster, Bobbie. "Board Ask ‘Co-operation' in Integration,'" Arkansas Democrat, Sept 1, 1957. 188.

Forster, Bobbie. "Early Check Reflects Signatures Sufficient for Vote on Each Side," Arkansas Democrat, May 13, 1959. 277.

Forster, Bobbie. "Faubus Prepares ‘Continuing Struggle' Backs McKinley, Rowland, Laster, in Recall" Arkansas Democrat, May 23, 1959. 277.

Forster, Bobbie. "Ministers to Back Board's Decisions on Integration," Arkansas Democrat, March 29, 1961. 49.

Forster, Bobbie. "More Negroes Ask Admission to White Schools," [Arkansas Democrat], June 14, 1960. 200.

Forster, Bobbie. "Negro ‘Pipeline' Plan Nixed by School Men," Arkansas Democrat, Sept 30, 1959. 19.

Forster, Bobbie. "Placement Decision is Delayed," Arkansas Democrat, Dec 17, 1959. 316.

Forster, Bobbie. "PTA Hits 3 on Board; Recall Move Welcomed," Arkansas Democrat, May 7, 1959. 277.

Forster, Bobbie. "Report May Lead to New C H S Court Action," Arkansas Democrat, March 19, 1958. 190.

Forster, Bobbie. "Ring of Troops Blocks Integration Here; No Incidents Reported; Officials Huddle," Arkansas Democrat, Sept 3, 1957. 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.

Forster, Bobbie. "STOP Stages New Drive, May File Petitions Today," Arkansas Democrat, May 11, 1959. 277.

Forster, Bobbie. "Switch in Attendance Areas Puts 25-30 High School Age Negroes in Hall's Territory," Arkansas Democrat, July 15, 1959. 198.

Forster, Bobbie & Ward, John L. "Voters to Take Over in Recall Tomorrow," Arkansas Democrat, May 24, 1959. 277.

Fort Smith (Arkansas) Council on Human Relations. 9, 161.

Fort Smith (Ark) Times Record – 1959 clippings. 332.

Foster, G. W., Jr. "1960: Turning Point For Desegregation," Saturday Review, December 17, 1960. 92, 95, 198, 265, 347.

Foster, G. W., Jr. "The North and West Have Problems Too," Saturday Review, April 20, 1963. 92, 234.

Foster, Joe. 354.

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Fowler, Judy. 9.

Frankfort, Ky., Commission on Human Rights. 54.

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Frasca, John. "Students Call for Hand in Running of Colleges," The Tampa Tribune, Nov 15, 1965. 346.

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Frick, Margaret. "Federal Authorities Are Silent," Arkansas Democrat, Sept 3, 1957. 188.

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Furnas, J. C. "Goodbye to Uncle Tom," Saturday Review, May 26, 1956. 272.

"Future of Private Negro Colleges," Ebony, April 1, 1961. 93.


G

Gans, Herbert J. "The Future of Urban Renewal," Commentary, April, 1965. 335.

Garbu, Saidu Abdu. 135, 137.

Gardener, Richard N. "Human Rights and Foreign Policy," Saturday Review, Sept 19, 1964. 234.

Garrison, Jerol. "Abolishing Slums Means Displacing Negro Families," Arkansas Gazette, April 9, 1966. 156.

Garrison, Jerol. "Council Hopes to Reverse Trend," Arkansas Gazette, April 17, 1966. 156.

Garrison, Jerol. "Desegregation Obstacles Told in School Case," Arkansas Gazette, March 24, 1960. 316.

Garrison, Jerol. "The First Negro Family in Broadmoor Gets the Cold Shoulder Treatment," Arkansas Gazette. 156.

Garrison, Jerol. "Is Renewal Forgetting People," Arkansas Gazette, April 11, 1966. 156.

Garrison, Jerol. "Market Sets Transition Area Values," Arkansas Gazette, April 13, 1966. 156.

Garrison, Jerol. "Negro Can Buy Anywhere; Problem Is Finding Seller," Arkansas Gazette, April 16, 1966. 156.

Garrison, Jerol. "Negro Expansion In Central LR Lessens Pressure," Arkansas Gazette, April 10, 1966. 156.

Garrison, Jerol. "The New Negro: He Seeks A Better Home," Arkansas Gazette, April 14, 1966. 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, Jan 10, 1965. 196.

Garrison, Jerol. "School Board Actions Point to Slower Integration Plan," Arkansas Gazette, June 4, 1961. 316.

Garrison, Jerol. "Shift in Population Widens Gulf," Arkansas Gazette, April 8, 1966. 156, 239.

Geier, Woodrow A. "Scaremongers and the NCC," Christian Advocate, September 24, 1964. 18.

Geier, Woodrow A. "Sit-Ins Prod a Community," The Christian Century, March 30, 1960. 334.

Gentry, Bill. 47, 66.

George Peabody College Survey Team. 347.

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Little Rock (Ark) Housing Authority. 155-157, 159.

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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, Tenn., 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, Aug 31 to Sept 4, 1959. Dallas, Texas. 108, 300, 319.

Methodists. 208, 209.

Methods of Combating Discrimination. 275.

Metropolitan Area Planning Commission of Pulaski County, Ark. 278.

Metropolitan Area Planning Commission. School Needs in the Pulaski County Metropolitan Area and How They Can Be Financed. (Little Rock, Ark). 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.

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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 – U. S. 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, Inc. 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," Jan 19, 1959. 92, 95.

Monticello, Ark, School District. 23.

Morehead, Richard M. "Racial Barriers Crumple in Schools Across South," The Dallas Morning News, Aug 13, 1961. 121.

Morgan, Charles, Jr. "Who Threw The Bomb? An Alabaman's Answer," The Miami Herald, Sept 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, Ark, School District. 23.

Morris, Don. "Segregation Is An American Problem," Better Schools Spotlight Report, Vol. 4, No. 1, Jan, 1958. 93.

Morris, John B. 107, 335.

Morris, Woodbridge E. (Mrs.) 9.

Morrow, J. J. American Negroes – A Wasted Resource, Harvard Business Review, Jan - Feb, 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.

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Muzaga, Faustine. 136.

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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, Inc. The Law of the Land (New York). 179.

NAACP. Little Rock, Ark, 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, Vol. IX, No. 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 U. S. A. 18, 28, 50 ,114, 127, 300.

National Council of the Churches of Christ in the U. S. A. 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, Inc. 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. (Ga, 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, Jan 3, 1964. 234.

Negro Athletes. 235.

Negro Business League, Conway, Ark. 19.

Negro Manpower in Arkansas. 20.

Negro Migration. 210.

Negro Police. 173.

"Negro Progress in 1961," Ebony, Jan, 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, Aug 5, 1961. 90, 114.

New Rebel (The), Vol. II., No. II, October, 1964. 346.

New South. 5, 38, 52, 70, 77-79, 181.

New South. Vol. 5, No. 4 & 5, April - May , 1950. 112

New South
. Vol. 9, No. 8, August, 1954. 298.

New South. Vol. 2, No. 7 & 8, July - August, 1956. 101, 168.

New South. Vol. 13, No. 5, May, 1958. 298.

New South. Vol. 15, No. 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.

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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...," Jan 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.

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, Sept 16, 1957. 188.

Newsweek, Sept 23, 1957, "The Governor's Broken Blade." 193.

Newsweek, Sept 30, 1957, "Segregation: The Heart of the Issue." 193.

Newsweek
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Nkape. 346.

Nkonya, Paulo Thadeo. 136.

Nkosi, Lewis. "African Finds Negro Painfully Defending U. S.," 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 (Ark) Council on Human Relations. 161.

North Little Rock (Ark) Housing. 242.

North Little Rock (Ark) Schools. 243.

North, Martin. 147.

North, Robert D. "The Intelligence of American Negroes," Research Reports, Vol. 3, No. 2, November, 1956. 274.

Northcross, Deborah A. 21.

Northern Virginia Fair Housing, Inc. 158.

Northwest Arkansas Times – 1960 clippings. 161.

Northwest Arkansas Times – 1962 clippings. 268.

Nugent, Luci Baines Johnson. 144.


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Oakwood School, Poughkeepsie, NY. 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 No. 67-1481 from the Government of the District of Columbia. 159.

Ordinance #10,638 of Little Rock, Ark. 46.

Ordinance #11,422 of Little Rock, Ark. 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, Dec 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.


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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, Mo. 7.

Paschall, Eliza. "A Southern Point of View," Atlantic Monthly, May, 1960. 108, 234.

Paton, Alan. "The Negro In America Today," Colliers, Oct 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, Vol. 67, No. 5, March 3, 1966. 13.

Patrick, Ralph R. "School Board Decides to Hold Off On Integration," Arkansas Democrat, August 28, 1963. 243.

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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, Feb 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, Inc. (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, Pa, 1962). 274.

Perkins School of Theology Journal, Vol. 11, No. 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, Sept, 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, Vol. 16, No. 3, 1961. 271.

Pfeffer, Leo. 95.

Phelps-Stokes Fund. 126, 151.

Phi Delta Kappa – Negro Transfers. 81.

Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 37, No. 8, May, 1956. 86, 93.

Philadelphia (Pa) Inquirer – 1958 clippings. 188.

Philander Smith College, Little Rock, Ark. 9, 37, 50, 123.

Phillips, Cabell. "Integration: Battle of Hoxie, Arkansas," New York Times Magazine, Sept 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, Feb 12, 1956. 16.

Phillips, W[illiam] M[cKinley], Jr. 37, 38, 43, 77.

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Pine Bluff, Ark. 88, 249.

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Pine Bluff, Ark, School District. 24.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial. 79, 240.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial – 1956 clippings. 224.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial – 1961 clippings. 88, 171, 172, 240, 250, 307.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial – 1962 clippings. 70, 71, 240, 261, 317.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial – 1963 clippings. 22, 88, 190, 240, 268, 316, 317, 321, 347.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial – 1964 clippings. 19, 152, 209, 260.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial – 1965 clippings. 13, 23, 49, 70, 123, 240, 318.

Pine Bluff (Ark) Commercial – 1966 clippings. 260, 317, 335, 341.

Pine Bluff (Ark) 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, Vol. XX, No. 3. 12.

Pittsburgh Commission on Human Relations. 54.

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Poetry, American. 251.

Poindexter, Ann. 60.

Police and Community Relations Newsletter, No. 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, No. 3, 1960. 280, 333.

Pollitt, Daniel H. The President's Powers in Areas of Race Relations: An Explanation. 179.

POOPed Sheet (The), Vol. 1, No. 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), Vol. 139, No. 25, June 24, 1957. 50.

Presbyterian Outlook (The), Vol. 142, No. 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 No. 4, Jan, 1961. 120.

President's Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity. Information Newsletter No. 4, Jan, 1962. 120.

President's Committee on Government Contracts. 103-105, 123.

Press Argus, Vol. 101, No. 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, Sept 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, Ga., 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, Vol. 26, No. 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, U. S. 279, 280.

Pulaski County (Ark) Council on Human Relations. 56.

Pulaski County (Ark) Metropolitan Area School Needs. 21.

Pulaski County (Ark) Council on Intergroup Relations. 3, 47, 56, 161, 169, 282, 283.

Pulaski County (Ark) Organizations. 284.

Pulaski County (Ark) Schools. 25.

Pulaski Heights Christian Church, Little Rock, Ark. 16, 21.

Pupil Assignment Law. 5, 9, 56.


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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.


R

Raab, Earl & Lipset, Seymour M. Prejudice and Society (New York, 1959). 271.

"Race Agency and the Facts," Richmond Times-Dispatch, Aug 21, 1958. 166.

Racht, Leon and Roche, Jeffery. "Name 21 Pro-Reds on Board of Dixie Race Study Council," New York Journal-American, Nov 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, Nov 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, Sept 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, Vol. 26, No. 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, Oct 16, 1964. 157, 158, 263.

Reed, Roy. "JFK Will Act on Civil Rights at Unfavorable Time – Rowan," Arkansas Gazette, Jan 20, 1962. 308.

Reed, Roy. Negroes ESD Job Only a Reward for Old Friend," Arkansas Gazette, March 11, 1962. 19, 259.

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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, Va). 101, 163.

Reinemer, Vic. "Southern Gains on Community Levels," Progressive, December, 1955. 162.

Religion and Labor Fellowship, Little Rock, Ark. 38.

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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 (Va) News Leader – 1955 clippings. 354, 355.

Richmond (Va) News Leader – 1959 clippings. 165.

Richmond (Va) Petersburg Area Council on Human Relations. 164.

Richmond (Va) Times-Dispatch – 1958 clippings. 328.

Rights, Vol. 1, No. 2, July, 1956. 108.

Rights, Vol. 2, No. 1, Jan-Feb, 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, Sept 30, 1965. 47.

Riley Negail. 50.

Rilling, Paul M. 19, 137, 141.

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Roberts, A[ugustus] M. 40.

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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, Ark. 23.

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