African American law student from Selma, Alabama and petitioner in Boynton v. Virginia, in which the Supreme Court ruled that his 1958 arrest for refusing to leave a whites-only section in a bus station restaurant violated the Interstate Commerce Act, and the Equal Protection, Due Process, and Commerce Clauses of the U.S. Constitution.
Archival Collections and Reference Resources
- Freedom Riders' 40th Anniversary Oral History Project, 2001 (John Davis Williams Library (University of Mississippi))
- Freedom summer digital collection (Wisconsin Historical Society)
- King--July, 1964 WATS Line Calls (Mary E. King papers , 1962-1999; Z: Accessions, M82-445, Box 1, Folder 8) (Reports)
- King--May 1964 WATS Line Calls (Mary E. King papers , 1962-1999; Archives Main Stacks, Z: Accessions M82-445, Box 1, Folder 6) (Reports)
- Montgomery--SNCC: Circulars, newsletters, program outlines, incidents, 1963-1966 (Lucile Montgomery Papers, 1963-1967; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 44, Reel 3, Segment 48) (Pamphlets)