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|Creator:||Campbell, Will D.|
|Title:||Memo, Will D. Campbell to J. Oscar Lee and Garry Oniki; September 15, 1960|
|Date:||1960 Sept. 15|
From the Campbell (Will D.) Papers; Copy of a typewritten memo from Will D. Campbell to J. Oscar Lee and Garry Oniki, dated September 15, 1960, regarding Horace Germany. A Church of God minister in Union, Mississippi, Germany was beaten for his civil rights activities and subsequently visited Washington to meet with officials of the Department of Justice. Germany provided testimony against the White Citizen's council, the group responsible for his beating. The memo is marked "Confidential."
Electronic version made available through a National Leadership Grant for Libraries from the Institute for Museum and Library Services.
|Subjects:||Germany, J. Horace, 1914- | Harassment | Neshoba County (Miss.) | United States. Dept. of Justice | Violence | White Citizens councils | Memorandums | Clergy--Political activity--Mississippi--Union | Offenses against the person--Mississippi--Union | Witnesses--Mississippi--Union | Union (Miss.) | Newton County (Miss.)|
|Collection:||Civil Rights in Mississippi Digital Archive|
|Institution:||University of Southern Mississippi Libraries|
|Contributors:||University of Southern Mississippi. Libraries|
|Online Publisher:||Hattiesburg, Miss. : University of Southern Mississippi Libraries | 2003-07-10|
Box 37, Folder 9, M341 Campbell (Will D.) Papers, McCain Library and Archives, University of Southern Mississippi
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Forms part of the Civil Rights in Mississippi Digital Archive.
Forms part of USM - Historical Manuscripts.
Forms part of University of Southern Mississippi Digital Collections.
Forms part of the Mississippi Digital Library.
Forms part of the Will D. Campbell Papers Collection in the Civil Rights in Mississippi Digital Archive.
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