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Kates--Letters and clippings (James Kates Papers, 1964-1965; Archives Main Stacks, SC 1207, Folder 1)

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Creator:Kates, James
Title:Kates--Letters and clippings (James Kates Papers, 1964-1965; Archives Main Stacks, SC 1207, Folder 1)
Date:1964, 1965
Description:
Types:clippings (information artifacts) | correspondence | Text | StillImage
Subjects:Sellers, Cleveland, 1944- | DeVine, Annie | Forman, James, 1928-2005 | Jones, George Lee | Evers, Charles, 1922- | Arrest | Poverty | Music | Volunteers | Threats | Intimidation | Police | Jails | Segregation | Council of Federated Organizations (U.S.) | National Association for the Advancement of Colored People | Ku Klux Klan | Association for the Preservation of the White Race | Labor Unions | Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party | Voter registration | Mississippi Freedom Labor Union | African Americans | Congress of Racial Equality | Bombings | Arson | Medicine | Housing | United States, Mississippi, 32.9715645, -89.7348497 | United States, Mississippi, Hinds County, Jackson, 32.2990384, -90.1847691
Collection:Freedom summer digital collection
Institution:Wisconsin Historical Society
Contributors:Wisconsin Historical Society
Original Material:

James Kates Papers, 1964-1965; Archives Main Stacks, SC 1207, Folder 1; WIHVC1480K500-A

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