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|Title:||2 Negro ministers beaten in Anniston | Two Negro ministers beaten in Anniston|
|Date:||1963 Sept. 16|
Originally published in the Birmingham Post-Herald.
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|Subjects:||Quintus, Reynolds | McClain, W. D. | African Americans--Civil rights--Alabama--Anniston--History--20th century | Segregation--Alabama--Anniston | Anniston-Calhoun County Public Library | African American clergy--Violence against--Alabama--Anniston | United States, Alabama, Calhoun County, Anniston, 33.6598257, -85.8316318|
|Collection:||Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing Collection|
|Institution:||Birmingham Public Library Archives|
|Contributors:||Birmingham Post-Herald | Birmingham Public Library (Birmingham, Ala.) | Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing Collection (Birmingham Public Library (Birmingham, Ala.))|
Birmingham, Alabama. Police Department Surveillance Files, 1947-1980, Archives Collection, Birmingham Public Library
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Forms part of online collection: Sixteenth Street Baptist Church Bombing (Birmingham, Ala.)
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