Laura Massie papers

Abstract

The Laura Massie papers (dated 1952-1970, bulk 1962-1964; 4.76 cubic feet; 10 boxes) consists of administrative records, correspondence, newsletters, articles, pamphlets, newspapers, scrapbooks, and reports, documenting the operation of the Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights (LCRHR) and Laura Massie's personal interest in civil rights and religion.

Descriptive Summary

Title
Laura Massie papers
Creator
Massie, Laura (W.K.), Mrs.
Extent
4.76 Cubic Feet
Subjects
Civil rights movements--United States.
Civil rights--Kentucky--Lexington.
Civil rights--Kentucky.
Civil rights--Law and legislation--Kentucky
Discrimination in education--United States.
Discrimination in employment--United States.
Discrimination in housing--United States.
Education--Kentucky.
Housing--Kentucky.
Newsletters
Newspapers.
Pamphlets.
School integration--Kentucky--Fayette County
Arrangement
Collection is arranged into five series: Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights administrative records, Newspapers and newspaper clippings, Personal, Printed material, and Subject files.
Finding Aid Author
Finding aid prepared by Raquel Flores-Clemons and Megan Mummey
Preferred Citation
1997ms295 : [identification of item], Laura Massie papers, 1952-1970, bulk 1962-1964, University of Kentucky Special Collections.
Repository
University of Kentucky

Collection Overview

Biography / History
Laura S. Massie (1937-) served as the General Coordinator and member of the Steering Committee for the Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights from 1962-1965. She was married to William K. Massie.
Established in 1962, the Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights (LCRHR) was a grassroots interracial and interfaith civic organization whose abiding concern [was] the preservation of human rights, human dignity, and equality of opportunity in every sphere of community life and actively participated in efforts to eliminate racism permanently and decisively. The LCRHR engaged in nonviolent practices, acting as a negotiating agency between key businesses, religious organizations, government entities, and other community groups concerned with human rights to promote better race relations in Lexington. The LCRHR's work supported fair housing practices and policies, an end to discrimination in public accommodations, the integration of public schools, and ensuring voting rights. Additionally, the LCRHR was a critical supporter of the development of the Lexington-Fayette County Urban League and participated in the establishment of the Lexington Human Rights Commission.
Joseph L. Massie, Carl I. Lynem, and Stanley I. Rose served as co-chairmen of the LCRHR, and Rev. James W. Angell served as the LCRHR's religious advisor. The LCRHR was made up of subcommittees including Employment, Housing, Education, Public Accommodations, and Church Liaison. Programs initiated by and supported by the LCRHR include the Green Circle Program, the Lexington Service Corps, and resolutions urging compliance with the Civil Rights Act.
Scope and Content
The Laura Massie papers (dated 1952-1970, bulk 1962-1964; 4.76 cubic feet; 10 boxes) consists of administrative records, correspondence, newsletters, articles, pamphlets, newspapers, scrapbooks, and reports, documenting the operation of the Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights (LCRHR) and Laura Massie's personal interest in civil rights and religion. A significant portion of collection contains the LCRHR's administrative and operating records. The bulk of the collection consists of Laura Massie's collected printed materials and subject files concerning religion and civil rights. Notable organizations represented include the Kentucky Human Rights Commission, the Lexington Human Rights Commission, Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky, and the Louisville Human Relations Commission. These files include articles, correspondence, pamphlets, reports, sermons, and newsletters. Topics covered by the collection include education, the Civil Rights Act of 1964, school integration, fair housing, public accommodations, and the role of religion in the Civil Rights Movement. Notable names present in the collection include Fred B. Wachs, Fred B. Fugazzi, Gregory E. Shinert, Herndon J. Evans, Barry Bingham, Senator John Sherman Cooper, Governor Bert. T. Combs, Governor Edward T. Breathitt, and Martin Luther King, Jr.

Restrictions on Access and Use

Conditions Governing Access
Conditions Governing Access note Collection is open to researchers by appointment.
Use Restrictions
Property rights reside with the University of Kentucky. The University of Kentucky holds the copyright for materials created in the course of business by University of Kentucky employees. Copyright for all other materials has not been assigned to the University of Kentucky. For information about permission to reproduce or publish, please contact Special Collections.

Contents of the Collection

Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights administrative records, 1961-1965, undated

The Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights (LCRHR) series contains the operating records of the LCRHR, including annual reports, constitution and by-laws, correspondence, newsletters, meeting agenda, membership lists, resolutions, and subcommittee records, that document their activities to further the civil rights movement in Lexington and Kentucky as a whole. Laura Massie served as both the General Coordinator and unofficial record keeper for the organization. The correspondence includes letters from and to Fred B. Wachs, general manager and president of the Lexington Herald-Leader; Fred B. Fugazzi, Lexington Mayor; Gregory E. Shinert, director of the Lexington Commission on Human Rights; Herndon J. Evans, editor of the Lexington Herald; and Barry Bingham, editor of the Louisville Courier-Journal. Additionally, the correspondence contains a letter from Massie to Fred B. Wachs regarding her concern that the Herald-Leader was only covering the Civil Rights Bill negatively (Box 1, Folder 4). The correspondence and newsletters show the breadth of the LCRHR's collaboration with other Kentucky and national civil rights organizations, including the Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, the Lexington Commission on Human Rights, the National Conference on Religion and Race, the Congress of Racial Equality, and the Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky.

Operating records, 1963-1965, undated

Annual report, 1964

  • Box 1, Folder 1
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Constitution and by-laws, circa 1963

  • Box 1, Folder 2
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Correspondence, 1963

  • Box 1, Folder 3
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Correspondence, 1964

  • Box 1, Folder 4
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Correspondence, 1965

  • Box 1, Folder 5
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Correspondence, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 6
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General meeting agenda, 1964, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 7
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General meeting minutes, 1963, 1965

  • Box 1, Folder 8
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George Shinert remarks to the Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights, 1964 July 14

  • Box 1, Folder 9
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Handwritten notes, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 10
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Logo mockups, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 11
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Membership lists, 1964, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 12
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Newsletters, 1963-1964

  • Box 1, Folder 13
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Receipts, 1963, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 14
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Resolutions, 1963-1964

  • Box 1, Folder 15
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Subcommittees, 1961-1965, undated

Steering Committee - correspondence, 1961-1966, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 16
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Steering Committee - committee membership lists, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 17
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Steering Committee - minutes, 1965

  • Box 1, Folder 18
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Steering Committee - Reports and resolutions, 1963, 1965

  • Box 1, Folder 19
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Church Liaison Committee, 1963-1964, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 20
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Education Committee, 1963-1964

  • Box 1, Folder 21
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Employment Committee, 1963-1965, undated

  • Box 1, Folder 22
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Housing Committee, 1963-1965

  • Box 1, Folder 23
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Public Accommodations Committee, 1963-1964

  • Box 2, Folder 1
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Newspapers and newspaper clippings, 1963-1968

The Newspapers and newspaper clippings series contains full issues of newspapers as well as numerous clippings, pertaining to the civil rights movement. Of special note are the issues of the African-American newspaper the Lexington Chronicle from 1965.

ACLU Civil Liberties, 1965

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ADA World, 1964

  • Box 7, Folder 2
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The Catholic Worker, 1965

  • Box 7, Folder 3
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Greater Kentucky Peach, 1968

  • Box 7, Folder 4
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Kentucky Kernel, 1964

  • Box 7, Folder 5
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The Lexington Chronicle, 1965

  • Box 10
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Lexington Herald, 1964-1965

  • Box 8, Folder 1
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Lexington Herald-Leader, 1964-1965

  • Box 8, Folder 2
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Lexington Leader, 1965

  • Box 8, Folder 3
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Lexington Leader, Lexington Herald, and Lexington Herald-Leader clippings, 1963-1965

  • Box 7, Folder 6
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Lexington Voice, 1970

  • Box 7, Folder 7
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Louisville Courier Journal, 1964-1965

  • Box 8, Folder 4-6
  • Box 9, Folder 1-2
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Louisville Courier-Journal clippings, 1963-1965

  • Box 7, Folder 8-10
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Louisville Defender, 1964, 1968

  • Box 9, Folder 3-4
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Medical Tribune, 1965

  • Box 7, Folder 11
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National Observer, 1964

  • Box 9, Folder 5
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National Observer clippings, 1964-1965

  • Box 7, Folder 12
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New York times, 1964-1965

  • Box 9, Folder 6-7
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New York Times clippings, 1964

  • Box 7, Folder 13
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Petal Paper, 1964-1965

  • Box 7, Folder 14
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Wall Street Journal, 1964

  • Box 9, Folder 8
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Assorted newspaper clippings, 1960s

  • Box 7, Folder 15-19
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Personal, 1963-1972, undated

The Personal series contains correspondence, scrapbooks, a photograph, and a Lexington Herald-Leader clipping relating to Laura Massie personally. The correspondence includes responses from politicians to her constituent letters concerning civil rights, including Senator John Sherman Cooper, Governor Bert. T. Combs, and Governor Edward T. Breathitt. Additionally, the series contains form letters from Martin Luther King, Jr.; scrapbooks concerning civil rights and the Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights; a photograph of Laura Massie; and a newspaper clipping of her Lexington Herald-Leader editorial on the Civil Rights Bill.

John Sherman Cooper correspondence, 1963-1964

  • Box 2, Folder 2
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Form letters from Martin Luther King, Jr., 1965, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 3
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Political correspondence, 1963-1964

  • Box 2, Folder 4
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Card, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 5
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Evelyn Jones Black obituary and eulogy, 1972

  • Box 2, Folder 6
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Lexington Herald-Leader editorial by Laura Massie Positive Side of Civil Rights Bill Is Presented by Mrs. Massie, 1964 May 3

  • Box 2, Folder 7
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Laura Massie photograph, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 8
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Scrapbook, circa 1960s

  • Box 2, Folder 9-10
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Lexington Committee on Religion and Human Rights scrapbook, circa 1960s

  • Box 2, Folder 11
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Printed material, 1955-1970, undated

The Printed materials series contains articles, pamphlets, publications, reports, reprints of articles, and sermons collected by Laura Massie and arranged by format. The majority of these publications have to deal with civil rights, housing, education, public accommodations, and the role of religion in the civil rights movement.

Articles, 1958-1970, undated

Allison W. Brown, Jr., New Legal Weapons for Blacks, 1970

  • Box 2, Folder 12
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Dr. Allison Davis, Improving Student Motivation and Performance, 1958

  • Box 2, Folder 13
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Daniel E. Hall, school paper, Company Policy and the Negro, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 14
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Thomas K. Henritze, school paper, How a National Company Changes its Policy to Operate in the Deep South, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 15
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Reverend E. Eugene Huff, Organized for Mission, or Just Organized?, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 16
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Alfred S. Kraemer, Racially Inclusive Fellowship, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 17
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Joseph L. Massie, Southern Case Writers, Philips Pharmacy, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 18
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Donald H. Liebert, The Tourist Industry: A Study in Industrial Sociology, 1960s

  • Box 2, Folder 19
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John M. Swomley, Jr., The Military Establishment, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 20
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Peggy Way, What's Wrong with the Church: The Clergy, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 21
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John Bell Williams, Statism: Threat to Liberty, 1961 October 12-14

  • Box 2, Folder 22
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Race Relations: Time to Act: A Statement by the Presiding Bishop, 1963

  • Box 2, Folder 23
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Pamphlets, 1955-1970, undated

Anti-Defamation League of B''nai B'rith, Publications, 63-64, 1964

  • Box 2, Folder 24
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Barnes Temple African Methodist Episcopal Church, Our Expansion Plan, 1964

  • Box 2, Folder 25
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Catholic Bishops of the United States, Statement of Catholic Bishops of the United States Concerning Racial Harmony, 1963 August 25

  • Box 2, Folder 26
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Committee on Racial and Cultural Relations Board of Christian Social Concerns, Detroit Conference Methodist Church, Interracial Visitations: Understanding Through Visiting and Being Visited, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 27
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Enoch Pratt Free Library, The Blacklist, 1969

  • Box 2, Folder 28
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Emergency Committee on Race Relations, Church of the Brethren General Offices, Suggestions on Race Relations, circa 1963

  • Box 2, Folder 29
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The Fair Housing Council of Delaware Valley, Inc., A Program for Freedom of Residence, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 30
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Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia, Series for Economic Education, The New Poverty, 1964 September

  • Box 2, Folder 31
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Kentucky Department of Economic Security, The Kentucky Department of Economic Security, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 32
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Admiral Ben Morrell, The Nature of the Crisis, 1961

  • Box 2, Folder 33
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National Advisory Committee on Farm Labor, Below the Poverty Level: America's Farm Workers, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 34
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National Committee for the Albany Defendants, Upside-Down Justice: The Albany Case, circa 1961

  • Box 2, Folder 35
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National Council Episcopal Church Center, The Church Speaks on Race, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 36
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National Putnam Letters Committee, The Evers Decision, 1964

  • Box 2, Folder 37
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William A. Massey, National Putnam Letters Committee, The New Fanatics, 1963

  • Box 2, Folder 38
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Jointly issued by Office of Education, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Bureau of Apprenticeship and Training, U.S. Department of Labor, Careers in Apprenticeship, 1959

  • Box 2, Folder 39
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Operation Freedom, Cincinnati, Oh., One Family's Struggle for Freedom, 1964 October

  • Box 2, Folder 40
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H. A. Overstreet, Community Relations Service, The Gentle People of Prejudice, 1955 June

  • Box 2, Folder 41
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The Potomac Institute, Service for All Citizens, circa 1964

  • Box 2, Folder 42
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Louis Ruthenberg, Goals for Americans, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 43
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Synagogue Council of America, Statement of the Synagogue Council of American on Race Relations, undated

  • Box 2, Folder 44
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United Steelworkers of American, Housing in your Town, 1960

  • Box 2, Folder 45
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United Steelworkers of American Baltimore Urban League, Strengthening the Family, 1960

  • Box 2, Folder 46
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U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, RAcism in American and How to Combat it, 1970 January

  • Box 2, Folder 47
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U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Economic Opportunity Act of 1964, 1964 September

  • Box 3, Folder 1
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West End Community Council, Well I'm Not Moving: An Open Letter to the Residents of Louisville's West End from Some of Your Neighbors, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 2
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Civil Rights in Kentucky Since 1863, 1963

  • Box 3, Folder 3
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The President's Committee on Equal Opportunity in Housing, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 4
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Publications, 1961-1967

The Agnes Scott Alumnae Quarterly, 1964 Summer

  • Box 3, Folder 5
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Christianity and Crisis: A Christian Journal of Opinion, Vol. XXXIV, 1964 July 20

  • Box 3, Folder 6
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Civil Rights Digest, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1967 September

  • Box 3, Folder 7
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, after 1963

  • Box 3, Folder 8
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Concern, General Board of Christian Social Concerns of the Methodist Church, 1961 July 1

  • Box 3, Folder 9
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Congressional Record, 1961-1965

  • Box 3, Folder 10
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Connecticut College News, 1964-1965

  • Box 3, Folder 11
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Church and Race, Department of Christian Social Relations, Episcopal Church Center, 1964 February

  • Box 3, Folder 12
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DePauw Today, 1965 May

  • Box 3, Folder 13
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Direct Action for a Nonviolent World, New England Committee for Nonviolent Action, 1965 January 13

  • Box 3, Folder 14
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Fair Housing Handbook, American Friends Service Committee and National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1964

  • Box 3, Folder 15
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Fellowship, 1964-1965, undated

  • Box 3, Folder 16
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Minority of One, 1963, 1964

  • Box 3, Folder 17
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The New Republic, 1964 July 25

  • Box 3, Folder 18
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The Objectivist Newsletter, 1963 March

  • Box 3, Folder 19
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The Presbyterian Outlook, 1963-1964 July

  • Box 3, Folder 20
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The Presbyterian Outlook, 1964 August-1965

  • Box 3, Folder 21
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Presbyterian Survey, 1964-1965

  • Box 3, Folder 22
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Renewal, Chicago City Missionary Society, Vol IV, No. 6, 1964 September

  • Box 3, Folder 23
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Sane World, 1964 September 1

  • Box 3, Folder 24
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Time, 1963, 1964

  • Box 3, Folder 25
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Today, 1964 January-February

  • Box 3, Folder 26
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Trans-Action, Vol. I, No. 3, 1964 March

  • Box 3, Folder 27
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Trends in Housing, National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1963 September-October

  • Box 3, Folder 28
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Reports, 1960-1965, undated

How to Achieve and Maintain Interracial Intercultural Camping, Committee on Camping, National Social Welfare Assembly, 1963 June 10

  • Box 3, Folder 29
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Conference on Religion and Race, South Bend, Indiana, 1963 September 26

  • Box 3, Folder 30
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Tabulated Data for the Lexington Opinion and Attitude Survey, 1964

  • Box 3, Folder 31
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Condensation of the Economic Opportunities Act of 1964, Mike Duff, 1964 September

  • Box 3, Folder 32
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The BAT Report, James E. Maloney, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 1
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Guidelines on Social Change, Southern Student Human Relations Project, U.S. National Students Association, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 2
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Houses Wrecked in the City of Lexington During 1964, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 3
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Memorandum Concerning Administration's Civil Rights Bill, 1963 July 2

  • Box 4, Folder 4
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Population of Fayette County, The Lexington Urbanized Area, The City of Lexington, and Census Tracts, by Race, 1960

  • Box 4, Folder 5
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Public Schools of Lexington, Ky. by Race, 1964-1965

  • Box 4, Folder 6
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Reprints, 1955-1965, undated

Richard Cartwright Austin, Mission in Rural Depression Areas, reprinted from Town and Country Church, 1964 September-October

  • Box 4, Folder 7
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David Danzig, The Meaning of Negro Strategy, reprinted from Commentary, 1964 February

  • Box 4, Folder 8
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John Dowdy, The Mounting Scandal of Urban Renewal, reprinted from Reader's Digest, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 9
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Murray Friedman, The White Liberals' Retreat, reprinted from the The Atlantic Monthly, 1963 January

  • Box 4, Folder 10
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, 1964 July 29

  • Box 4, Folder 11
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Kyle Haselden, Religion and Race, reprinted from The Christian Century, 1963 January 30

  • Box 4, Folder 12
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Francis Keppel, In the Battle for Desegregation: What are the Flanking Skirmisher? What is the Fundamental Struggle? reprinted from the Phi Delta Kappan, 1964 September

  • Box 4, Folder 13
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Martin Luther King, Jr., Bold Design for a New South, reprinted from The Nation, 1963 March 30

  • Box 4, Folder 14
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Mason Ladd, Report of the Dean of the Iowa Law School to the Bar, reprinted from the Iowa Law Review, 1963 Fall

  • Box 4, Folder 15
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Bill Lorenz, The Urban Need for Open Occupancy, reprinted from Highlights, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 16
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B. T. McGraw, Equal Opportunity in Housing -- Trends and Implications, reprinted from Phylon, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 17
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Elinor Richey, The Slum That Saved Itself, reprinted from The Progressive, 1963

  • Box 4, Folder 18
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Irwin Ross, Negroes are Moving Up the Ladder, reprinted from Reader's Digest, 1963

  • Box 4, Folder 19
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Lyle E. Schaller, Churches Enter the Housing Business, reprinted from The Christian Century, 1963 October 16

  • Box 4, Folder 20
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Suzanne Hart Strait, The First Negro family on Maple Terrace, reprinted from Parents' Magazine, 1965 January

  • Box 4, Folder 21
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Jeanne Walton, The American Negro in Children's Literature, reprinted from the Eliot-Pearson School News, 1964 February

  • Box 4, Folder 22
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Howard Zinn, Racism in the U.S.: Is the Law Enforceable in the South? reprinted from The New Republic, as excerpted by Current Magazine, 1963 December

  • Box 4, Folder 23
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Labor's Daily, 1955

  • Box 4, Folder 24
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Selections from an Article in the National Observer, Is the Local Church Out of Date, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 25
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Sermons, 1961-1964, undated

Dr. William V. Gardner, Statement, 1963 June 16

  • Box 4, Folder 26
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Reverend S. Dean McBride, Not for Sale at Any Price, 1961 July 2

  • Box 4, Folder 27
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T. Morton McMillan, Jr., They Also Sin Who Only Sit and Watch, Hunter Presbyterian Church, 1964 February 9

  • Box 4, Folder 28
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Invocation, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 29
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Unknown, 1963 February

  • Box 4, Folder 30
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Assorted printed material, 1963-1965, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 31
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Subject files, 1952-1967, undated

The Subject files series consists of material collected by Laura Massie and produced by different organizations, most involved in civil rights, religion, education, and housing. The series is organized alphabetically by the name of the organization and contains newsletters, correspondence, pamphlets, articles, resolutions, bills, reports, directories, and speeches. Notable organizations represented include the Kentucky Human Rights Commission, the Lexington Human Rights Commission, the National Conference on Religion and Race, A Fellowship of Concern, Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky, the Housing and Home Financing Agency, the League of Women Voters, Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, National Conference on Christians and Jews, and the Louisville Human Relations Commission.

A Fellowship of Concern, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 32
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Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 33
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Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky - newsletter, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 34
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Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky - March on Frankfort, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 35
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Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky - pamphlets, undated

  • Box 4, folder 36

Allied Organizations for Civil Rights in Kentucky, after 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 36, Item 1-2
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ACLU, 1961-1965, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 37
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American Economic Foundation - pamphlets, 1961-1963, undated

  • Box 4, folder 38

Fred G. Clark, The REAL Threat of Communism, 1961 November 15

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 1
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Richard S. Rimanoczy, The True Function of Profit, 1963

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 2
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Fred G. Clark and Richard Stanton Rimanoczy, The Economic Facts of Life: Freedom, Morality, and the Profit System, 1963 March

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 3
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Fred G. Clark and Richard Stanton Rimanoczy, The Economic Facts of Life: Is Advertising a Waste of Money?, 1963 April

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 4
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Fred G. Clark and Richard Stanton Rimanoczy, The Economic Facts of Life: Blood, Sweat, Money, and Inflation, 1963 July

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 5
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Fred G. Clark and Richard Stanton Rimanoczy, The Things We 'Know' That Are Not So: That Taxes Are Not Taken Out of Production, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 6
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Fred G. Clark, Not by Bread Alone, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 7
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Economic Ignorance, - The Bane of Freedom, Everywhere, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 38, Item 8
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AFLCIO, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 39
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American Friends Service Committee, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 40
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American Jewish Association, 1962-1963

  • Box 4, Folder 41
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Berea Presbyterian Church, 1964 July 26

  • Box 4, Folder 42
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Bluegrass Association for Mentally Retarded Children, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 43
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Breathitt, Edward T., 1963-1964

  • Box 4, Folder 44
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City of Henderson Commission on Human Rights - founding ordinance, 1962

  • Box 4, Folder 45
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Combs, Bert T., 1963

  • Box 4, Folder 46
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Commission on Social Action of Reform Judaism, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 47
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Detroit, Michigan - homeowner's ordinance, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 48
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Ebony, 1963

  • Box 4, Folder 49
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Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity, 1964, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 50
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First Presbyterian Church (Lexington, Ky.), 1965 May 31

  • Box 4, Folder 51
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Friendship House, 1964-1965

  • Box 4, Folder 52
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Friendship House - pamphlet - Mary Dolan, Interracial Home Visits National Home Visit Center, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 53
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Friends of Petal Paper and P.D. East, undated

  • Box 4, Folder 54
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Hopkinsville, Kentucky, Human Rights Commission - resolutions, 1964 May 11

  • Box 4, Folder 55
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The Housing Clinic of Greater Lexington, 1965

  • Box 4, Folder 56
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Housing and Home Financing Agency - pamphlets, 1962-1964

  • Box 4, folder 57

The Workable Program for Community Improvement: Fact Sheet, 1962 February

  • Box 4, Folder 57, Item 1
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President's Executive Order 11063, Equal Opportunity in Housing, 1962 November 20

  • Box 4, Folder 57, Item 2
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20 Questions and Answers on Urban Renewal, Urban Renewal Administration, 1963 February

  • Box 4, Folder 57, Item 3
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Urban Renewal Notes: Relocation II, Urban Renewal Administration, 1964 March-April

  • Box 4, Folder 57, Item 4
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The Workable Program for Community Improvement: Fact Sheet, 1964 August

  • Box 4, Folder 57, Item 5
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Interest Group on The Church and Race Relations Today, 1963 Summer Seminar, The College of the Bible, Lexington, Ky., 1963

  • Box 4, Folder 58
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International Convention of Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ), undated

  • Box 4, Folder 59
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Kentuckians for Public Accommodations Legislation, 1964

  • Box 4, Folder 60
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights, 1961-1967, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 1
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - annual reports, 1961-1962

  • Box 5, Folder 2
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - Governor's Conference on Human Rights, 1963-1964

  • Box 5, Folder 3
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - George A. Hillery, Negroes In Lexington, 1963

  • Box 5, Folder 4
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - newsletter Human Rights News, 1963-1965, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 5
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - reports, 1961-1963, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 6
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - pamphlets, 1961, undated

  • Box 5, folder 7

Outdoor Movie Desegregation, 1961 Summer

  • Box 5, Folder 7, Item 1
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Human Rights Speakers Bureau, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 7, Item 2
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Whose Freedom, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 7, Item 3
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Questions and Answers on the Proposed Kentucky Public Accommodations Bill, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 7, Item 4-5
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Kentucky Supports Equal Rights, undated

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Equal Service For All: Commended by the Commonwealth, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 7, Item 7
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Your Rights to Housing, Education, Employment, Public Accommodations in Kentucky, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 7, Item 8-9
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We Don't Have Any Problems Here, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 7, Item 10
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Kentucky Commission on Human Rights - Public Accommodations Bill, 1963-1964, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 8
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Kentucky Congress of Parents and Teachers, 1963

  • Box 5, Folder 9
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Kentucky Council of Churches, 1963-1964

  • Box 5, Folder 10
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, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 11
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Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1965, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 12
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Leadership Conference on Civil Rights - memos, 1963-1965

  • Box 5, Folder 13
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Leadership Conference on Civil Rights - pamphlets, 1963, 1965

  • Box 5, folder 14

Civil Rights Bill of 1963: A Call to Action, 1963

  • Box 5, Folder 14, Item 1-2
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President Lyndon B. Johnson's Voting Message to a Joint Session of Congress, 1965 March 15

  • Box 5, Folder 14, Item 3
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League of Women Voters, 1963-1964

  • Box 5, Folder 15
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League of Women Voters - pamphlets, 1964, undated

  • Box 5, folder 16

Prospects for Education and Employment, 1964

  • Box 5, Folder 16, Item 1
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Taxpayers Services: Taxes in, out, and round about, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 16, Item 2
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Kentucky Income and Disbursements, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 16, Item 3
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League of Women Voters - reports (Lexington), 1952, 1964

  • Box 5, Folder 17
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League of Women Voters - The Voter newsletter, 1963-1965

  • Box 5, Folder 18
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Lexington Citizen's Association for Planning - Newsletter, 1965 June 1

  • Box 5, Folder 19
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Lexington ordinances, 1964-1965

  • Box 5, Folder 20
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Lexington Commission on Human Rights, 1963-1964

  • Box 5, Folder 21
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Lexington Commission on Human Rights - newsletters, 1965-1967

  • Box 5, Folder 22
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Lexington Commission on Human Rights - pamphlets, undated

  • Box 5, folder 23

What is the Green Circle? Society of Friends, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 23, Item 1
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Lexington Human Rights Commission: What is it? Why do we have it? What does it do? Can others help too?, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 23, Item 2
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Lexington legislators, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 24
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Lexington, Ky. - Four Organizations Working for Civil Rights in Lexington, Lewis Smythe, 1963 March 25

  • Box 5, Folder 25
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Lexington, Ky. - Integrated Facilities in Lexington, 1963-1964

  • Box 5, Folder 26
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Lexington, Ky. - Public Schools Desgregation, 1964-1965

  • Box 5, Folder 27
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Lorraine County, Ohio - Conference on Race and Religion, 1964 January 28

  • Box 5, Folder 28
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Louisville Human Relations Commission - annual report, 1962-1963

  • Box 5, Folder 29
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Louisville Human Relations Commission - Ordinances, 1963, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 30
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Louisville Human Relations Commission - pamphlets, 1964-1965

  • Box 5, folder 31

The Learn More Earn More Experiment: A Pilot Project in Adult Education, 1964

  • Box 5, Folder 31, Item 1
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Bricks Without Straw: Studies of Community Unemployment Problems, The Negroes' Dilemma, 1964

  • Box 5, Folder 31, Item 2
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Maryland Council of Churches - pamphlets, 1962

  • Box 5, folder 32

Public Accommodations in Maryland, 1962 February 7

  • Box 5, Folder 32, Item 1-2
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What Churches Can Do About: Discriminations, 1962 December

  • Box 5, Folder 32, Item 3-4
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Members of Senate 1962, Kentucky General Assembly, 1963 January 3

  • Box 5, Folder 33
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, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 34
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National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice, 1963-1964

  • Box 5, Folder 35
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National Citizens Crusade Against Poverty, 1964 April 19

  • Box 5, Folder 36
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National Conference of Christians and Jews - invitations, 1964-1965

  • Box 5, Folder 37
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National Conference of Christians and Jews - pamphlets, 1963-1964

  • Box 5, folder 38

The Lexington Chapter of the National Conference of Christian and jews, 1964 February 7

  • Box 5, Folder 38, Item 1
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The National Conference of Christians and Jews: A City Looks at Itself, 1964 February

  • Box 5, Folder 38, Item 2
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What is the National Conference of Christians and Jews?, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 38, Item 3
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National Conference on Religion and Race, undated

  • Box 5, Folder 39
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National Conference on Religion and Race - directories, 1964-1965

  • Box 5, Folder 40
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National Conference on Religion and Race - newsletter, 1964 January-February

  • Box 5, Folder 41
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National Conference on Religion and Race - pamphlets, 1963, undated

  • Box 6, folder 1

An Appeal to the Conscience of the American People, 1963 January 17

  • Box 6, Folder 1, Item 1
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Conference Recommendations, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 1, Item 2
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Catalogue of Resources

  • Box 6, Folder 1, Item 3
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National Conference on Religiona nd Race - St. Louis, Mo., 1964

  • Box 6, Folder 2
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National Council of Churches of Christ, 1963-1964

  • Box 6, Folder 3
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National Council of Churches of Christ - pamphlets, 1964, undated

  • Box 6, folder 4

...first be reconciled to your brother...A Message Race Relations Sunday, 1964 February 9

  • Box 6, Folder 4, Item 1-2
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Action Guide My Community Assignment: Race, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 4, Item 3
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National Council of Churches of Christ - publications, 1960-1963

  • Box 6, Folder 5
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National Dental Association - Letter regarding the Civil Rights Bill, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 6
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National Institute for Race and Religion - annual report, 1964

  • Box 6, Folder 7
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Northside Institute for Race and Religion - National Workshop on Race and Religion (Lexington, Ky.), 1964

  • Box 6, Folder 8
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Northside Neighborhood Association, Inc., 1963 December 10

  • Box 6, Folder 9
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, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 10
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Pasadena Council of Churches - newsletters, 1958 January 29

  • Box 6, Folder 11
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Oak Ridge restaurant, hotel, church list, 1962

  • Box 6, Folder 12
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Research Institute recommendations, 1962

  • Box 6, Folder 13
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Second Presbyterian Church (Lexington, Ky.), 1964-1965

  • Box 6, Folder 14
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Souther Christian Leadership Conference - newsletter, 1964 June-November

  • Box 6, Folder 15
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Southern Regional Council, Inc., 1960-1961

  • Box 6, Folder 16
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United Community Fund of Lexington and Fayette County, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 17
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United Church of Christ, 1961-1963

  • Box 6, Folder 18
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United Presbyterian Church, Board of National Missions, Division of Church Strategy Development, 1964

  • Box 6, Folder 19
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United Presbyterian Church, Commission on Religion and Race, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 20
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United Presbyterian Church, Commission on Race and Religion - Memo, 1964

  • Box 6, Folder 21
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United Presbyterian Church - Letters from Montgomery - letter regarding incident in Trinity Church in Alabama, 1965

  • Box 6, Folder 22
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U.S. Civil Rights Act, 1964

  • Box 6, Folder 23
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U.S. Department of Labor - pamphlets, undated

  • Box 6, folder 24

Careers in Apprenticeship, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 24, Item 1
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On the Job Training, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 24, Item 2
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YMCA and YWCA Lexington, 1963, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 25
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The Washington Assembly's 7 Songs to Freedom, Compiled and translated by Merritt Hedgeman and S. Coleridge Huey, undated

  • Box 6, Folder 26
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