Carl and Anne Braden Papers, 1928-2006


Summary Information
Title: Carl and Anne Braden Papers
Inclusive Dates: 1928-2006

Creators:
  • Braden, Carl, 1914-1975
  • Braden, Anne, 1924-2006
Call Number: Mss 6; PH 3299; PH 3499 (5); PH 5-6466; Audio 443A; Audio 667A; Audio 909A; Disc 72A; Micro 306; CA 503; VHA 637-VHA 641

Quantity: 99.6 cubic feet (62 records center cartons, 95 archives boxes, and 1 card box), 1.4 cubic feet of photographs (3 archives boxes, 1 flat box, and 1 oversize folder), 0.1 cubic feet of posters (1 oversize folder), 174 tape recordings, 14 disc recordings, 5 reels of microfilm (35 mm), 1 film, and 5 videorecordings

Repository:
Archival Locations:
Wisconsin Historical Society (Map)

Abstract:
Papers of Louisville, Kentucky, civil rights activists Carl and Anne Braden, primarily documenting their work with the Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), 1954-1974, and the Social Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice (SOC), 1974-2006. Additional records of SCEF and its predecessor, the Southern Conference for Human Welfare (1938-1948) are also included and were once in the possession of James Dombrowski, who headed both organizations before the Bradens. The Bradens' career with SCEF is documented by correspondence and subject files about work as field organizers, editors of the Southern Patriot, and co-directors. Many mailings and sound recordings document the split within SCEF that led to the Bradens' resignation and the organization of the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice in 1975.

Language: English

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Biography/History

During their lifetimes Carl and Anne Braden were concerned with social change in the fields of civil rights, civil liberties, education, labor, and politics. They worked against discrimination, the intimidation of the McCarthy era and the House Committee of Un-American Activities (HUAC), the suppression of labor unions, and the injustices of war and poverty.

Carl James Braden, the son of a railroad man who befriended and supported Eugene V. Debs, was born and raised in Louisville, Kentucky. He attended local parochial schools and was a pre-seminary student at Mount Saint Francis College in southern Indiana from 1928 to 1930. Braden left school at sixteen to begin a newspaper career with the Louisville Herald-Post. He subsequently worked on the Harlan (Kentucky) Daily Enterprise and the Knoxville (Tennessee) Journal. In 1937 he went to the Cincinnati Enquirer to become a labor reporter, and at 25 became editor of the Enquirer's Kentucky edition. While in Cincinnati he helped to organize the American Newspaper Guild and a newspaper credit union. In 1945 he returned to Louisville as labor editor for the Louisville Times. He served as a feature writer and correspondent for such papers as the New York Daily News, the Chicago Tribune, the St. Louis Globe-Democrat, Newsweek, and the Federated Press. In 1948 Carl and Anne Braden served as editors and public relations directors for several CIO locals in Louisville: the United Farm Equipment Workers, Transport Workers, Public Workers, and Furniture Workers. Carl returned to newspaper work in 1950 as a copy editor for the Louisville Courier-Journal.

Anne Gambrell McCarty Braden was born in Louisville, Kentucky; her family moved twice in Mississippi and finally settled in Anniston, Alabama, where Anne was educated. After attending public schools in Alabama, she attended Stratford College and Randolph-Macon Woman's College in Virginia. After graduation in 1945, Anne reported for the Anniston (Alabama) Star and the Birmingham News. She returned to Louisville in 1947 and became education editor for the Louisville Times. She and Carl Braden worked together on the Times staff and were married in 1948. Mrs. Braden was jailed in Jackson, Mississippi, in 1951 for leading a delegation of white women to the governor's office to protest the execution of a Negro man charged with rape.

In October 1954, Carl and Anne Braden were indicted in Louisville under a state sedition law by the Jefferson County Grand Jury after the house they purchased for a Black family (Andrew Wade) was bombed. The charges against Mrs. Braden and five other people were dropped, but Carl was held under bail of $40,000, tried and found guilty of sedition for having incited the bombing. He was fined $5,000 and sentenced to fifteen years in prison. His wife campaigned for his release, and, in 1956, after he had served eight months, the Kentucky Court of Appeals reversed his conviction. (The U.S. Supreme Court had previously declared state sedition laws unconstitutional in the Steven Nelson case.) Anne Braden wrote The Wall Between, a non-fiction finalist for the 1958 National Book Award based on her experiences.

In September 1957, both Bradens became full-time field organizers for the New Orleans-based Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF), while continuing to live in Louisville. They also edited the Southern Patriot, the SCEF newspaper. The Southern Conference Educational Fund was the successor to the Southern Conference for Human Welfare (SCHW) which had been founded in 1938. SCHW dissolved in 1948, and SCEF became an activist organization with James A. Dombrowski as director. The purpose of SCEF was to enlist white people in the campaign against racial discrimination. In this capacity the Bradens worked closely with the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC), the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC), and the Southern Student Organizing Committee (SSOC).

In July 1958, the Bradens were subpoenaed to testify before the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC) in Atlanta, Georgia. Anne Braden's appearance was delayed, but Carl Braden appeared and refused to answer questions about participation in the integration movement, citing his First Amendment rights. In 1961 he was indicted for contempt of Congress, and was sentenced to a year in prison. In response to Braden's conviction, Anne joined the Emergency Civil Liberties Committee (ECLC) and the National Committee to Abolish the House Un-American Activities Committee (NCAHUAC). She traveled widely to rally support and to campaign for clemency for Carl and other HUAC victims. After serving nine months of his sentence (which the U.S. Supreme Court upheld by a five to four vote), Carl was released in February 1962.

In 1966 the Bradens succeeded Dombrowski as co-directors of the Southern Conference Educational Fund. They moved the SCEF central office from New Orleans to Louisville and continued its efforts to draw white people into full participation in the southern civil rights movement. SCEF also opposed the war in Vietnam and organized the Southern Mountain Project, a program of assistance for the depressed areas of Appalachia. This project resulted in a second arrest for sedition in Pike County, Kentucky, in 1967. At this time the Kentucky law was declared unconstitutional.

In 1971 Carl and Anne Braden began to relinquish their ties with SCEF. Carl retired as executive director while Anne continued as director for a year and then returned to her position with SCEF's newspaper, the Southern Patriot, as a full-time editor. After protracted dissension within the organization, Carl Braden resigned from the organization in October 1973 and established the Training Institute for Propaganda and Organizing (TIPO) to teach practical organizing skills and to work on the cases of Angela Davis, Walter Collins, and other political prisoners. Anne resigned from SCEF in 1974. As an outgrowth of his work on the Angela Davis campaign, in 1973 Carl Braden was a founder of the National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression (NAARPR), and he served as co-director with Davis for the organization's first two years. Carl Braden died of a heart attack on February 18, 1975.

Anne Braden continued their work. In 1975 she and several other former members of the SCEF “minority” formed the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice. She continued for many years as the SOC co-chair, newsletter editor, and grant writer. Alarmed by the upsurge in racist violence, in 1979 Braden was a founder of the National Anti-Klan Network. In 1984 and 1988 she was an active supporter of the presidential candidacies of Jesse Jackson. Other organizations with which she was associated in leadership positions included the Racial Justice Working Group of the National Council of Churches, the National Committee for Independent Political Action, and NAARPR. On the local level Anne Braden was a leader of the Kentucky Alliance against Racist and Political Repression, the local affiliate of the National Alliance, and of the Louisville school desegregation campaign. In 1990 she was the first winner of the American Civil Liberties Union's Roger Baldwin Award for her service to civil liberties. Anne Braden remained an activist until her death on March 6, 2006 at which time she was hailed as one of the nation's leading civil rights activists.

The Bradens were the parents of three children, Anita who died at age 11 in 1964, and Beth and James who survived them.

Scope and Content Note

The Carl and Anne Braden Papers are a large collection of primary source material about the Southern civil rights movement and other social justice movements and organizations that date from the 1940s through 2006. In addition to the Bradens' own papers, the collection includes papers of James Dombrowski that the Bradens moved to their home when they became co-directors of SCEF in 1966. (Dombrowski's post-1966 papers, which were donated to the Historical Society by him and by the University of New Orleans, are catalogued separately.) Dombrowski's early records include executive board minutes; subject files; and correspondence with leaders such as James Aronson, Leonard Boudin, Virginia and Clifford Durr, James Forman, William Howard Melish, Harvey and Jessie O'Connor, Fred Shuttlesworth, Frank Wilkinson, and Aubrey Williams.

The Bradens' career with SCEF is documented by correspondence and subject files about work as field organizers, editors of the Southern Patriot, and co-directors. Among the topics covered are their opposition to the House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC), civil rights and poverty organizing in the South, and free speech cases concerning the Bradens and SCEF activists Walter Collins, Alan McSurely, and Joseph Mulloy. Internal SCEF records include minutes, memoranda, mass mailings, and publications. Many mailings and sound recordings document the split within SCEF that led to the Bradens' resignation and the organization of the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice in 1975. The SOC records are incomplete, but include minutes; memoranda; conference materials; grant writing files; and subject files on its environmental justice, Gulf Coast Tenant Leadership, Southeast Project on Human Needs and Peace, and North Carolina organizing projects. There is also correspondence with SOC leaders such as Ben Chavis, Jack O'Dell, Gwen Patton, Connie Tucker, and C.T. Vivian. Additional files concern the work of Anne Braden with other organizations such as the National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression and the defense committees for Eddie Carthan, Johnny Imani Harris, and the Wilmington 10. Additional records concern the Kentucky Alliance against Racism and Repression and in particular its activities in Louisville. There are also substantial files on the National Anti-Klan Network (later the Center for Democratic Renewal) and the National Rainbow Coalition, which grew out of the 1984 presidential campaign of Jesse Jackson. The Bradens' personal papers include correspondence, financial records, speeches and writings, and drafts of Anne Braden's award-winning autobiography, The Wall Between (1958). There is also documentation of their 1954 indictment under a Kentucky sedition law after they purchased a house for a Black family in a white Louisville neighborhood.

The papers are organized in two main series: the original 37 cubic foot collection processed circa 1972, and 62 cubic feet of additions processed in 2007 shortly after Anne Braden's death. The Bradens' original deed of gift restricted access to the original collection, but over the years Anne Braden gave some researchers permission to consult the papers. As a result, the original collection was cited in some important scholarship. Because of this use, it was decided not to integrate the old and new portions of the collection. The box and folder numbering of the original collection is undisturbed, although the sequence in which some material appears has been changed. The SCEF publications are an exception, as they were moved entirely to the 2007 addition in order to better identify and remove duplicates during processing. Photographs that accompanied the collection constitute a third series of the collection that is separately arranged. Similarly sound recordings constitute a fourth series, and film and videorecordings a fifth. (The film and the 14 disc recordings are also noted with the paper files to which they relate.)

Both series of the paper portion of the collection are arranged in a similar overall scheme: 1) the Bradens' personal papers, their SCEF records, and their post-SCEF records; 2) James Dombrowski's papers, and 3) other organizational papers. Unfortunately, a sharp chronological break could not be made between the two major series of the collection. Because of the Bradens' casual approach to recordkeeping, a condition that worsened as Anne aged, some subjects appear in both the original collection, which ended approximately in 1972-1973, and in the 2007 addition.

Also complicating an understanding of the overall scope of the collection is the fact that the materials at the Wisconsin Historical Society are by no means all of the Braden papers or Braden-related papers in archival repositories. In addition to the papers at Wisconsin, the Bradens presented nine feet of papers to the Special Collections Department of the University of Tennessee. This collection covers many of the same subjects as are documented in the Wisconsin collection. SCHW and SCEF papers are similarly dispersed, with collections at Atlanta University and Tuskegee University.

At the time of her death, Anne Braden still had custody of a large quantity of archival material, all stored in her house in Louisville in considerable disorder. In keeping with their mother's wishes, the Braden children donated to Wisconsin the remaining papers that documented her participation in national organizations such as SCEF, SOC, the National Alliance, and the National Anti-Klan Network (NAKN), while papers with a Louisville focus, such as those concerning the Kentucky Alliance, were donated to the University of Louisville. Given the chaotic condition of the papers in the Braden home, this distinction was difficult to maintain when the papers were packed for shipping. As a result, some records concerning the Kentucky Alliance and other Louisville subjects can be found in the Wisconsin collection, and it is likely that the reverse condition is also true.

Although the Bradens had custody of the official SCEF records, the same cannot be said of the other organizations for which they were founding members. The papers pertaining to NAKN and the National Alliance primarily contain mass mailings and documents concerning their personal involvement in the organization. The situation concerning the records of the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice is also complex. For the early years of its existence the SOC records in Anne Braden's custody probably represent the official files. As her responsibilities turned to fundraising and grant writing during the 1990s, others took on the general administrative responsibilities, and the records in her custody became incomplete. It is likely that more complete records were in the hands of other officers of the organization.

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES 1, THE ORIGINAL BRADEN COLLECTION

The original collection has three subseries: Anne and Carl Braden Files, James Dombrowski Files, and Other Records. The first subseries of the original collection, the Carl and Anne Braden Files, is divided into personal files and SCEF files.

The personal papers are not personal in the usual sense of the word because, with a few exceptions, the Bradens' associates in the movement were their friends. This portion consists of information about the Bradens as a couple; Carl Braden's files; Anne Braden's files; and files about their children. Also included are the papers about the Wade Case, which predated their association of SCEF. Carl Braden's files document his career between 1928 and 1955 and his imprisonment after conviction in the Wade Case. Included here are samples of high school writing and newspaper articles. Anne Braden's files consist of correspondence, writings while a college student, and extensive material about her book The Wall Between (1958), including correspondence, research, drafts, sales information, and reader comments. The material about the Bradens' children documents the memorial to Anita Braden, who died in 1964, and the activities of their son Jim. Jim Braden's records include taped interviews about the 1968 civil disorders in Louisville, a biographical sketch of his father, and a report on his work at the Law Center for Constitutional Rights.

The SCEF files, the second part of the Carl and Anne Braden Files, are divided into chronological sections pertaining to 1) the Bradens' years as field representatives and editor of the Southern Patriot, 1954-1966, and 2) their years as co-directors, 1966-1973. The Field Organizer and Southern Patriot section consists of correspondence and subject files. This correspondence is arranged in chronological order, and it relates mainly to the business activities of the Southern Patriot and to field organizing. More important correspondence is generally to be found in the subject files.

A list of principal correspondents follows, with an asterisk denoting frequent correspondents:

  • *Aronson, James
  • *Aschbacher, Ruth and Stanley
  • *Boudin, Leonard B.
  • *Bown, Vernon
  • Cartwright, Perry
  • *Coe, John M.
  • *Crane, Mrs. Sylvia E.
  • Criley, Richard
  • Dilliard, Irving
  • *Dombrowski, James A.
  • Donner, Frank J.
  • Dreyfus, Benjamin
  • *Durr, Virginia
  • Ferry, Elinor
  • Finlator, Rev. W. W.
  • Ford, I.O.
  • *Foreman, Clark
  • Forman, James
  • France, Royal W.
  • *Gilbert, Louise
  • Ginger, Anne Fagan
  • *Gomillion, C. G.
  • *Haessler, Carl
  • Hassler, Alfred
  • *Holt, Len
  • Hortenstine, Virgie
  • Huberman, Leo
  • *Hupp, James L.
  • Kinoy, Arthur
  • Lamont, Corliss
  • Lens, Sidney
  • Lorch, Lee
  • Love, Bishop Edgar A.
  • *Lubka, Lewis
  • Lusky, Louis
  • Lynd, Staughton
  • Lynn, Conrad J.
  • *McCrackin, Rev. Maurice
  • *McLaren, Louise
  • McReynolds, David
  • Margolis, Benjamin
  • *Marshall, Dorothy
  • *Maund, Alfred
  • *Melish, Rev. William Howard
  • Muste, Rev. A. J.
  • Nathan, Otto
  • Nelson, Steve
  • *Nixon, Russ
  • *O'Connor, Harvey and Jessie
  • Parsons, Howard L.
  • Perdue, Rev. M.M.D.
  • Pike, Rev. James A.
  • Rabinowitz, Victor
  • Redding, Louis
  • Ruthenburg, Dorcas
  • Seeger, Pete
  • *Shuttlesworth, Rev. Fred L.
  • Smith, Benjamin E.
  • Spiker, LaRue
  • Spofford, Rev. William B.
  • Stryker, George
  • Tekla, Tad
  • *Thrasher, Sue
  • Tillitt, Paul
  • Tillow, Walter
  • Treuhaft, Decca (Jessica Mitford)
  • Walker, Wyatt Tee
  • Waltzer, Bruce C.
  • West, Don
  • *Wilkinson, Frank and Jean
  • *Williams, Aubrey and Anita
  • Wyland, Bishop Benjamin
  • *Zellner, Robert and Dottie
  • Zollinger, Robert W.

The Field Organizer and Southern Patriot section's subject files cover individuals, organizations, and places; and they were primarily used for editorial purposes. There is extensive information here on labor unions, SCEF's Southern Mountain Project, and the Appalachian Economic and Political Action Conference (AEPAC), as well as the House Committee on Un-American Activities and Anne Braden's pamphlet, “Bulwark of Segregation.” SCEF organized the Appalachian Provision Organizing Committee in 1964 in order to improve communications in that region. The AEPAC files contain correspondence, records of board actions such as memos and meeting minutes, and reports to SCEF. The Southern Mountain Project was created to improve wages for workers, both black and white, living in Appalachia. Other groups documented in the subject files from this period include the Southern Student Organizing Committee and the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee.

The section documenting the Bradens' tenure as co-directors of SCEF (1966-1972) include central office files, 1966-1972, and fundraising files, 1966-1970. The central office files reflect their broader responsibilities after 1966, as well as Anne's ongoing work on the Southern Patriot. The correspondence in this section includes extensive exchanges with staff and other organizations concerning coordination of objectives, business activities, and personal matters. The subject files contain information on Appalachia and other topics relevant to civil rights. The fundraising files document trips by SCEF staff to various parts of the country, and they contain printed appeals for money and lists of contributors. The collection also includes numerous taped interviews and public appearances by the Bradens, primarily speaking on behalf of SCEF, as well as speeches by Robert Moses, Stokely Carmichael, and William Howard Melish; these are listed in Series 4 of the contents list, the Sound Recordings.

The second subseries of the original collection, the James Dombrowski Files, document the activities of the man who was executive director of SCEF before the Bradens, as well as executive secretary of SCHW, SCEF's predecessor organization. In 1966, when they assumed Dombrowski's responsibilities, the Bradens moved some of his files from Louisiana to Louisville. The bulk of Dombrowski's SCEF and SCHW materials, however, can be found at Tuskegee Institute.

The Dombrowski files at the Wisconsin Historical Society consist of personal papers (1932-1963), records of SCHW (1938-1948), and the early administrative records of SCEF. The personal files, 1932-1963, include correspondence, articles, and personal financial and property records. The correspondence includes letters from Aubrey Williams, president of SCEF and director of the National Youth Administration under Franklin Roosevelt, and letters concerning royalties for Dombrowski's book, The Early Days of Christian Socialism in America (1936). The SCHW files, 1938-1948, contain fragmentary documentation of Dombrowski's personal life as well as information on the origins of SCHW and SCEF. These files contain correspondence from T. G. Bilbo, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Hugo Black, and others. In addition, this section contains Executive Board and Board of Directors minutes and correspondence, and a manuscript about the presidential campaign of 1940 by Charles W. Erwin.

Dombrowski's SCEF files section is divided into correspondence and subject files. The correspondence is divided into two sections: 1) correspondence available only as microfilm and 2) boxed, unfilmed papers. The microfilmed correspondence (Micro 306, Reels 4-5) covers the period between 1948 and 1968. This material was filmed before transfer to the Historical Society. The boxed correspondence, which covers the period from 1948 through 1966, includes letters from Howard Melish, Eleanor Roosevelt, and Aubrey Williams, among others. In addition, it contains additional Wade Case correspondence and letters relating to SCEF fund-raising. The subject files include SCEF Board of Directors minutes, reports, fundraising files, and correspondence relating to general operations. The subject files contain a wealth of documentation on individuals who worked with SCEF.

The third major subseries of the original Braden collection is entitled Other Records, and it consists of one box of records of the Southern Regional Office of the National Committee to Abolish HUAC (NCAHUAC). Carl Braden played a key role in the organization of NCAHUAC, but these are not his papers. They are, instead, the papers of the NCAHUAC Southern regional director, Barbara Bloomfield Flynn, covering only the years 1966 to 1968. The other records in this subseries are from the SCEF New York office, and they primarily relate to fundraising between 1960 and 1968.

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES 2, THE 2007 ADDITIONS

Like the previously described Braden papers, the 2007 additions consist of three subseries: 1) Braden Files, 2) James Dombrowski Files, and 3) Other Records, with the majority of the new material consisting of material about Carl and Anne Braden.

The Braden Files are arranged like the previously processed material: 1) personal files and 2) additions to the two phases of their involvement with SCEF, plus 3) records documenting their post-SCEF activities with the Southern Organizing Committee (SOC).

The new personal files are limited, again suggesting the degree to which social activism dominated the couple's personal life. Important additions to the personal papers consist of clippings and biographical information, personal financial records, and speeches and writings. In the earlier part of the collection, the documentation about the Wade Case is arranged in the personal files because this episode predated their work with SCEF. Additional Wade Case material appears in the personal papers in the 2007 addition, although the new papers are those of Selma Rein, who headed the Washington Committee for the Louisville Cases, 1955-1956, and later the District of Columbia anti-HUAC committee. The collection does not document how these records came into the Bradens' possession.

Anne Braden is individually documented in the 2007 addition by several biographical interview transcripts and by extensive speeches, writings, and speech-related correspondence. As Anne emerged as one of the leading elders of the social justice movement she contributed her memories to numerous historical projects. Interviews by Cate Fosl, Anne Braden's biographer, are not included, although there are preliminary proposals concerning her research project. Anne's writings include a large quantity of handwritten notes recorded in reporter's notebooks. Unfortunately, few of these are identified or dated, and the handwriting is difficult to decipher.

The new SCEF files date from the two phases of their SCEF activity, with each phrase represented by additional chronological correspondence (mainly 1971-1972) and subject files. The first section, the pre-1966 phase, consists of only a few folders, but the second, 1966-1973, consists of eight cubic feet of papers. Most important are internal administrative records including minutes of executive board meetings, financial and fundraising files, mass mailings to staff and supporters, publications, and information on the ideological crisis that led to the Bradens' resignation. The internal and external mass mailings provide the most concise and comprehensive documentation of SCEF activities in the collection. Documentation of SCEF support for the striking members of the Gulf Coast Pulpwood Association and the cases of Walter Collins and Alan McSurely are also strong.

The post-SCEF Southern Organizing Committee records consist of chronological correspondence dating from 1973 to 2006 and alphabetical subject files. These additions arrived in great disorder and most of the arrangement had to be created in the Archives. Because so much of the correspondence was received without context, a chronological arrangement appeared to be the least arbitrary arrangement scheme. As a result, this correspondence, which is labeled “general,” is of much greater interest than the similarly titled correspondence in the first part of the collection. This general correspondence is divided into incoming and outgoing sections in order to make the letters written by Anne Braden and other SOC officers more accessible. The outgoing correspondence is limited after 1995.

Alphabetical subject files comprise the majority of these post-SCEF SOC records. The content of these files varies widely both with regard to subject and scope. Some thin folders, for example, contain only mass mailings and little if any personal involvement is documented. Others contain substantial and important historical documentation, in many cases the record files of the organization. Generally, the files represent contacts with a broad spectrum of individuals and organizations active in the social justice movement with whom the Bradens had some contact. Although they opposed the war in Vietnam, peace issues are secondary to racial justice documentation in the files.

Individual correspondents of note in these files include leaders such as Ben Chavis, Jesse and Harvey O'Connor, Jack O'Dell, Gwen Patton, Fred Shuttlesworth, Connie Tucker, and C. T. Vivian. The subject files include correspondence, memoranda, flyers and publications, minutes, convention materials, grant applications, notes, and draft writings. After Carl Braden's death in 1975 (early in the time span of the subject files) Anne's activities comprise the focus of the section. Carl's activity is seen in the files on the Training Institute for Propaganda and Organizing (TIPO), the National Alliance against Racist and Political Repression (NAARPR), and on various victims of racist and political repression. Although Anne was less involved with NAARPR administration, she was actively involved in several cases which the National Alliance supported such as the defense of Eddie Carthan, Johnny “Imani” Harris, Delbert Tibbs, and the Wilmington 10. There are also two cubic feet of records about the Kentucky Alliance (KA), the local chapter of the NAARRP, although more extensive records about KA are held by the University of Louisville Special Collections Department. The KAARPR records and other records scattered throughout the subject files document Braden's increasing involvement during the post-SCEF era in local and Kentucky issues and organizations. The collection includes substantial information about her response to racial violence and police abuse in Louisville and to issues arising from the desegregation of the city schools.

Most of Anne Braden's work after Carl's death focused on the Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice (SOC) which she organized with Rev. Fred Shuttlesworth and others in 1975. SOC was an inter-racial, south-wide organization, and its formation was a response to concern over fragmentation within the civil rights movement and an increase in racist violence. The records filed here alphabetically under Southern Organizing Committee for Economic and Social Justice Administrative Records consist of board minutes, correspondence, financial and fundraising files, workshop and conference planning files, and mailings and publications. As previously noted, the administrative records are not complete. It is presumed that the missing files are in the hands of SOC officers who were based in Birmingham and Atlanta. In keeping with the SOC purpose as an organizing committee, there is good documentation about several community organizing projects, particularly the Gulf Coast Tenant Leadership Project, the North Carolina Organizing Project on Military Spending and Human Needs, and the Southeast Project on Human Needs and Peace. SOC later added environmental justice to its organizing, but this subject is less thoroughly documented. Anne Braden's role in these projects consisted of participation in the overall administrative policy and writing the grants that supported the SOC programs. SOC was also actively involved in many social justice defense cases either alone or in association with other organizations. In addition to the previously mentioned NAARPP cases there are files on the vote fraud charges brought against Maggie Bozeman and Julia Wilder and the Alabama Black Belt officials.

Throughout these post-SCEF SOC records there is ample documentation of the way in which Carl and Anne Braden used their skills as journalists to shape the manner in which movement issues were expressed. This is evident in the editorial files on Fight-Back, the SOC newsletter, and in numerous other publications, brochures, and public statements. Records dating to the late 1970s document Anne Braden's concern with increased racial violence by the Ku Klux Klan. In addition to clippings, legal documents, Klan literature, and other information that she gathered, there are files on the National Anti-Klan Network (NAKN), of which she was a founder in 1979. The NAKN later became known as the Center for Democratic Renewal, and there are files about this organization as well.

In 1984 and 1988 Anne Braden was an active supporter of the presidential candidacy of Jesse Jackson. About her political activities are files of correspondence, convention materials, clippings, issue papers, and files on the Jackson campaign in Kentucky. The National Rainbow Coalition, which grew out of Jackson's 1984 presidential campaign, is also well represented.

The James Dombrowski Files subseries in the 2007 addition consist of correspondence he received during the last years of his life, financial miscellany, and a journal-like binder covering the years 1966-1974. In the binder Dombrowski listed painting titles as well as occasional reflections about personal and political events.

The third subseries of the 2007 Addition, Other Records, consists of files of Helen Greever, who succeeded the Bradens as director of SCEF, and records of the SCEF friends organizations in New York, Los Angeles, and Massachusetts. All of these records were solicited for the Wisconsin Historical Society by the Bradens and transferred to the Historical Society between 1974 and 1978. Unfortunately, Helen Greever's files are smaller and more fragmentary than might be anticipated. Most useful here are mimeographed mailings and staff memoranda dating from the final months of the “old” SCEF and the transcript of a 1973 interview with Anne Braden concerning a trip Greever made to the Soviet Union. As with the earlier records of this type, the more recently received local friends office records primarily concern fundraising.

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES 3, THE PHOTOGRAPHS

The Photographs are divided into three subseries: 1) Mounted photographs, 1960-1967, that probably represent an exhibit about the Southern Conference Educational Fund (call number PH 3499 (5)), 2) General photographs, 1930s-1990s (call number PH 3299), and 3) Posters, circa 1960-1970 (call number PH 5-6466). PH 3499 (5) includes photographs of Anne and Carl Braden, Ella Baker, Martin Luther King Jr., Aubrey Williams, and several other activists, as well as a photograph of Tent City, Fayette County, Tennessee, which was established with SCEF funds. PH 3499 includes formal and informal portraits of Anne and Carl Braden and photographs documenting events in their lives such as the bombing of the Wade House in Louisville, Kentucky, their sedition trials, and participation in numerous rallies, demonstrations, and meetings. The Bradens are pictured with civil rights leaders such as Ben Chavis, Angela Davis, Jesse Jackson, Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Fred Shuttlesworth, and C.T. Vivian. Several organizations in which the Bradens were leaders are represented, with the Southern Organizing Committee (SOC) being the most extensive. Photo documentation of the Kentucky Alliance, the National Anti-Klan Network (NAKN), the Southern Conference Education Fund (SCEF), and the Southern Conference for Human Welfare (SCHW) is spotty. Numerous photographs of demonstrations and marches, labor union strikes, and conferences dating from the 1970s to the 1990s were probably submitted for publication in the Southern Patriot and Fight-Back, but the collection contains only a small portion of the total number that are thought to have been submitted for publication. Posters were collected by Carl and Ann Braden and relate to the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights movement, announcement of Labor History Week, activities in Philadelphia, Lowndes County, Alabama, and the Freedom Organization campaign, along with half-tone photographs.

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES 4, THE SOUND RECORDINGS

The Sound Recordings, both tapes and discs, are arranged in a single chronological order. They include speeches and presentations by both Carl and Anne Braden as well as many others including Amzie Moore, Robert Moses, Howard Zinn, William Howard Melish, and Stokely Carmichael; interviews with the Bradens and interviews with others by them; music by Pete Seeger; recorded meetings and informal discussions; Carl Braden's memorial services in 1975; and undated memoirs by Anne Braden. Also present is a group of interviews done by Jim Braden for a research paper on Louisville civil disorders.

DESCRIPTION OF SERIES 5, FILM AND VIDEORECORDINGS

The film and 5 videorecordings in the collection date between 1966 and 2003 and are diverse in subject matter. Details are provided in the contents list. Note: A 16 mm film about Jim Dombrowski noted in the accession records was missing in 2008.

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The Wisconsin Historical Society has one of the richest collections of Civil Rights movement records in the nation, which includes more than 100 manuscript collections documenting the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project of 1964. More than 25,000 pages from the Freedom Summer manuscripts are available online as the Freedom Summer Digital Collection.

Administrative/Restriction Information
Acquisition Information

Presented primarily by Carol and Anne Braden, Louisville, Kentucky, 1966-1997. A few items presented by James Dombrowski and by various SCEF offices; and 5 sound recordings loaned for copying by Judy Greenspan, Elizabeth, New Jersey, 1970.


Processing Information

Processed by Ron Perkins in 1968; in 1973 by archives staff; and by Carolyn Mattern in 2007.


Contents List
Mss 6
Series: 1: Original Collection
Subseries: Anne and Carl Braden Files
Sub-subseries: Personal Files, 1928-1971
Bradens, General
Box   1
Folder   1-6
General correspondence, 1954-1971, undated
Box   1
Folder   7
Christmas correspondence, 1961-1964
Box   1
Folder   8
Activities, 1967
Box   1
Folder   9
Articles, undated
Box   2
Folder   1
Financial records, 1956-1966
Wade Case
Jefferson County grand jury investigation
Box   2
Folder   2-3
Proceedings, Volumes 1 and 2
Box   2
Folder   4
“Louisville Patterns” Excerpts, 1954
Kentucky v. Braden
Box   2
Folder   5
Pre-trial events, 1954 May-December
Box   2
Folder   6
Prosecution case, 1954 November-December
Box   2
Folder   7
Indictments, appeals, and court actions, 1954
Defendants' exhibits
Box   2
Folder   8-9
#500-521 Pamphlets, 1940-1955
Box   2
Folder   10
#523-535 Correspondence and bulletins, 1947-1950
Box   3
Folder   1
#556 Christianity and Civilization, 1946
Box   3
Folder   2
#557 German, Sure & Easy Guide, 1947
Box   3
Folder   3
#558 Reynolds Aluminum manuscript, photos, undated
Box   3
Folder   4
#559 Clippings, Louisville Railway Company, Relief jobs, 1947-1950
Box   4
Folder   1
#563-567 Research title cards, undated
Box   4
Folder   2
E-F, K-N pamphlets, 1952-1954
Government exhibits
Box   5
Folder   1
#9 Value Price and Profit by Marx
Box   5
Folder   1
#11 Masses and Mainstream, 1950-1954
Box   5
Folder   2
#12 Political Affairs, 1950-1953
Box   5
Folder   2
#19 McCarthyism and the Big Lie, 1953
Box   5
Folder   3
#31 New World Review, 1953-1954
Box   5
Folder   4
#38 A.Y. Vyshinsky speeches, 1950-51
Box   6
Folder   1
#39 16 Republics of the Soviet Union, 1951
Box   6
Folder   2
#41-47 Pamphlets and invoices
Box   6
Folder   3
#49 Bacteriological War Crimes Exhibition, 1952
Box   6
Folder   4
#50 Daily Worker, National Guardian, 1950
Box   6
Folder   5
#51 Correspondence, Federated Press, 1947-1951
Box   6
Folder   6
#52-55 Pamphlets, correspondence, and miscellany, 1953-1954
Box   6
Folder   7
#62 Pamphlets on the Far East, 1949-1954
Box   6
Folder   8
#63-69 Pamphlets and miscellany, 1950-1951
Box   6
Folder   9
#71-73 National Council of American-Soviet Relations, Sentmer Defense, 1953; Bill of Rights conference, , 1954
Box   6
Folder   10
#70 Progressive Party, 1950-1952
Box   6
Folder   11
#74 Publication purchases, 1949-1953
Box   6
Folder   12
#76 Frank Grezlak and Walter Barnett cases, 1951-1953
#77 Clippings
Box   6
Folder   13
Civil rights and geopolitics
Box   7
Folder   1
Hospitals, housing, miners, and segregation
Box   7
Folder   2
#78 “How FE Organized Harvester,” 1946-1947
Box   7
Folder   3
#79 Wade's Defense Committee and Braden jobs, 1954
Box   7
Folder   4-5
#81-90 Mailing list, correspondence, and pamphlets, 1949-1954
Box   7
Folder   6
#96-100 Wade house photo and defense radio scripts, 1954
Micro 306
Transcript, 1954 November 29-December 13
Reel   1
Volume 1-Volume 5, page 1063
Reel   2
Volume 5, page 1064-Volume 12, page 2159
Reel   3
Volume 12, page 2160-Volume 13
Mss 6
Box   7
Folder   7
Court of Appeals, 1955-1956
Box   8
Folder   1
Returned exhibits, 1957
Related legal actions
Box   8
Folder   2
Kentucky v. Brown, 1955-1956, and Rhine, , 1956-1957
Box   8
Folder   3
Braden v. Porter B. Lady, 1955
Box   8
Folder   4
Nelson case (Pennsylvania), 1955
Box   8
Folder   5
South End Federal Savings & Loan v. Braden & Rone, 1954
Box   8
Folder   6
South End Savings & Loan v. Rone, 1955-1957
Public reaction
Box   8
Folder   7
Bulletins and circulars, 1954-1956
Box   9
Folder   1
Braden Fund contributors, 1954-1955
Box   9
Folder   2
Opposition letters, 1955
Box   9
Folder   3
Braden employment, 1954-1956
Box   9
Folder   4
Comments, letters, and articles
Box   9
Folder   5-6
Correspondence, 1954-1957
Box   9
Folder   7
Louisville Defendants' Fund, 1956-1957
Box   9
Folder   8
Louisville Travesty pamphlet, 1955
Box   9
Folder   9
News releases and letters, 1954-1957
Box   9
Folder   10
Wade mortgage, Correspondence, notes, and financial records, 1957
Box   10
Folder   1-3
Clippings, 1954-1955
Carl Braden
Box   10
Folder   4
Correspondence, 1935-1949
Box   10
Folder   5
Articles, 1956, undated
Box   10
Folder   6
Activities, 1949-1970
Box   11
Folder   1
Board recommendations, 1958
Box   11
Folder   2
Membership cards, 1940-1960
Prison
Box   11
Folder   3
Notes, 1954-1955
Correspondence
Box   11
Folder   4
General, 1954-1955
Box   11
Folder   5
from Anne, 1955
Box   11
Folder   10
to Anne, 1961-1962
Box   11
Folder   6-9
, 1961-1962 February (Incoming)
Writings
Box   11
Folder   11
Undated
Box   12
Folder   1
High school, 1928-1930
Box   12
Folder   2
Newspaper articles, 1935-1948
Anne Braden
Box   12
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1965
Box   12
Folder   4
Activities, 1960, undated
Box   12
Folder   5
Speeches, 1964
Box   12
Folder   6
Louisville Parent Teacher Association, 1957-1960
Writings
Box   12
Folder   7-8
College papers and reports, 1943-1945
Box   12
Folder   9
Editorials and articles, 1945-1946
The Wall Between (1958)
Preliminary papers
Box   12
Folder   10
Author's notes, undated
Box   12
Folder   11
Clippings, 1955
Box   12
Folder   12
Outline and notes, undated
Drafts
Box   13
Folder   1-6
Drafts 1-3, undated
Draft 4
Box   13
Folder   7-8
Pages 1-379
Box   14
Folder   1
Revisions
Draft 5
Box   14
Folder   2
Final draft
Box   14
Folder   3
Revisions
Box   14
Folder   4
Galley proofs
Box   14
Folder   5-7
Printer's copy
Box   14
Folder   8
Readers' criticisms
Box   14
Folder   9
Publication attempts, 1956-1959
Box   15
Folder   1
Monthly Review, 1957-1958
Promotion and sales
Box   15
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1958-1961
Box   15
Folder   3-4
Advertising and reviews, 1958
Box   15
Folder   5
National Book Award, 1958-1959
Box   15
Folder   6
Readers' comments, 1958-1959
Braden Children
Box   15
Folder   7
General, 1965-1967, undated
Box   15
Folder   8-9
Anita Braden, Sympathy letters and memorial, 1964-1966
James Braden
Box   15
Folder   10
Letters from parents, 1966-1971
“Civil Disorders in Louisville” research
Box   16
Folder   1-2
Manuscripts drafts, 1968-1969
Box   16
Folder   3
Tape transcriptions
Box   16
Folder   4
“Life of a Reformer,” 1969
Box   16
Folder   5
“A Month at the Law Center for Constitutional Rights,” 1970
Sub-subseries: Southern Conference Educational Fund Files, 1954-1972
1954-1966 (Southern Patriot/Field Organizers era)
General correspondence
Box   26
Folder   1-5
1954 May-1955
1956
Box   26
Folder   6
January-March
Box   27
Folder   1-3
April-December
Box   27
Folder   4-7
1957
1958
Box   28
Folder   1-9
January-September
Box   29
Folder   1-6
October-December
1959
Box   29
Folder   7
January
Box   30
Folder   1-5
January (continued)-April
Box   31
Folder   1-6
May-October
Box   32
Folder   1-3
November-December
1960
Box   32
Folder   4-6
January-March
Box   33
Folder   1-6
April-September
Box   34
Folder   1-4
October-December
1961
Box   34
Folder   5-6
January
Box   35
Folder   1-5
February-June
Box   36
Folder   1-5
July-November
Box   37
Folder   1-2
December
1962
Box   37
Folder   3-5
January-March
Box   38
Folder   1-5
April-August
Box   39
Folder   1-5
September-December
1963
Box   40
Folder   1-6
January-May
Box   41
Folder   1-8
June-November
Box   42
Folder   1-2
December
1964
Box   42
Folder   3-6
January-April
Box   43
Folder   1-7
May-November
Box   44
Folder   1-2
December
1965
Box   44
Folder   3-8
January-May
Box   45
Folder   1-6
June-November
Box   46
Folder   1-2
December
Box   46
Folder   3-15
1966
Subject Files
Box   47
Folder   1
Alabama, 1957-1965
Box   47
Folder   2-3
Albany (Georgia), cases, 1962-1966
Box   47
Folder   4
Atlanta, 1962-1965
Box   47
Folder   5
Alexander Defense Committee, 1965
Appalachian Economic and Political Action Conference (AEPAC)
Box   65
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1964-1965
Box   65
Folder   3
Board memos and minutes, 1964-1965
Box   65
Folder   4
Executive Board, 1965
Box   65
Folder   5
Fletcher, Frank, 1965-1966
Box   65
Folder   6
Fundraising, 1965
Box   65
Folder   7
Publicity, 1965
Box   65
Folder   8
Reports to SCEF, 1965-1967
Box   65
Folder   9
Speaking engagements, 1965
Box   65
Folder   10
Southern Mountain Project, 1966
Box   65
Folder   2
Staff correspondence, 1965
Box   47
Folder   6
Arkansas, 1963-1966
Box   47
Folder   7
Ashton, Steve, 1964
Box   47
Folder   8
Atrocity releases and clippings, 1958-1963
Box   47
Folder   9
Atlanta civil liberties workshop, 1962
Box   47
Folder   10
Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1962
Box   47
Folder   11
Bessemer (Alabama), Claude Williams, 1962-1965
Box   47
Folder   12
Bevel, Diane Nash, 1962-1963
Box   47
Folder   13
John Birch Society, 1961
Birmingham (Alabama)
Box   47
Folder   14-15
General, 1954-1966
Box   48
Folder   1-2
Conferences , (April 1962 and May 1963)
Box   48
Folder   3a
Black Power, 1965-1966
Box   48
Folder   3b
Blossom, Fred and Bertie, 1964-1966
Box   48
Folder   3c
Book reviews
Box   48
Folder   4
Bond, Julian, 1963-1966
Box   48
Folder   5
“Books for Shilfren in a Changing Culture,” 1961
Box   48
Folder   6
Boston, Massachusetts, 1958-1959
Box   48
Folder   7a
Brown, John, Commemoration Committee, 1965
Box   48
Folder   7b
Burton, Michael and Phillip, “Wasn't That a Time,” 1961
Chapel Hill Conference, 1961 October 27
Box   48
Folder   8
Speeches and Clippings
Box   48
Folder   9
Correspondence
Box   48
Folder   10
Church activity and integration, 1957-1965
Box   48
Folder   11
Citizens Committee for Democratic Schools in Kentucky, 1953-1954
Civil rights and liberties
Box   48
Folder   12
General, 1949-1957
Box   48
Folder   13a
Conference Plans, 1958
Box   48
Folder   13b
General, 1959-1965
Box   48
Folder   14a
Civil Rights Congress, 1954
Box   48
Folder   14b
Civil Rights and Liberties: Criminal cases, 1951-1955
Box   48
Folder   15
Civil Rights bills: Correspondence and notes, 1963-1965
Box   48
Folder   16
Cleveland, Ohio, 1959, 1964
Box   48
Folder   17
Collier Report case, 1965
Box   48
Folder   18
Collins, Virginia, undated
Committee of First Amendment Defendants
Box   48
Folder   19
1959-1960 March
Box   49
Folder   1
1960 April-December
Box   49
Folder   2
General, 1959-1960
Box   49
Folder   3
Committee to Combat Racial Injustice, “Kissing Case,” 1958-1960
Box   49
Folder   4
Committee to Preserve American Freedoms, 1957-1958
Box   49
Folder   5a
Congress of Racial Equality, 1962
Box   49
Folder   5b
Dady, William, 1962-1964
Box   49
Folder   6
Danville, Virginia, 1963-1964
Box   49
Folder   7
Delta Educational Center, 1963
Box   49
Folder   8
Detroit, Michigan, 1957-1961
Box   49
Folder   9
Drake, Bertha, 1963
Box   49
Folder   10
Dombrowski, James, 1958-1966
Box   49
Folder   11
Durham and Edenton, North Carolina, 1951-1962
Box   49
Folder   12
Editors, Inc., 1952-1954
Emergency Civil Liberties Committee
Box   49
Folder   13
Paper files, 1956-1965
Disc 72A/1-2
Power of Subpoena symposium with Leonard Boudin, Harvey O'Connor, Willard Uphaus, Corliss Lamont, and others, 1954 December 15
Mss 6
Box   49
Folder   14
Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity, 1960-1965
Box   49
Folder   15
Fields, Edward R., 1960-1965
Florida
Box   50
Folder   1
Correspondence and memos, 1960-1963
Box   50
Folder   2
Articles, releases, and clippings, 1958-1964
Box   50
Folder   3a
Flynn, John T., 1958
Box   50
Folder   3b
Freedom Schools, 1963-1964
Box   50
Folder   4a
Freedom Walk (William Moore Case), 1963
Box   50
Folder   4b
Front Royal, Virginia, 1959
Box   50
Folder   5a
Giles-Johnson Committee, 1963
Box   50
Folder   5b
Goldwater campaign, 1964
Box   50
Folder   6a
Halifax County, North Carolina, 1964-1965
Box   50
Folder   6b
Henry, Aaron, 1963
Box   50
Folder   7
Highlander Folk School and Highlander Center, 1958-1965
Box   50
Folder   8
Holt, Len, 1960-1965
Box   50
Folder   9
Hospital movement, 1950-1952
Box   50
Folder   10
House of Representatives Bill #7957, Voter Registration Commission, 1959-1960
House Committee on Un-American Activities (HUAC)
Box   50
Folder   11
General, 1956-1965
Abolition correspondence
Box   50
Folder   12-13
1957 November
Box   51
Folder   1-2
1961 December-1965
Box   51
Folder   3
Atlanta hearings, 1958-1960
“Bulwark of Segregation”
Box   51
Folder   4
Correspondence and notes, 1963-1964
Box   51
Folder   5
Drafts and revisions, undated
Contempt trial
Box   51
Folder   6-8
Correspondence, 1958-1959
Box   52
Folder   1
News releases and memos, 1959-1961
Box   52
Folder   2-4
Decisions, 1961
Clemency petition for Carl Braden
Box   52
Folder   5-6
Correspondence, 1961-1962
Box   52
Folder   7
Signers, 1961
Box   52
Folder   8
Parole application, 1961
Box   52
Folder   9
“My Beliefs and My Associations are None of the Business of this Committee,” 1960
National Committee to Abolish HUAC
Box   52
Folder   10
Correspondence, 1963-1966
Box   53
Folder   1
General, 1959-1960
Box   53
Folder   2
Southern Committee of the NCA/HUAC, 1964
Box   53
Folder   3
Haug case, 1957-1958
Box   53
Folder   4
Inter-Agency Conference (Southern), 1962-1963
Box   53
Folder   5
Interracial Leadership Conference, 1956 November
Box   53
Folder   6
Jackson, Mississippi, 1962-1965
Box   53
Folder   7
Jenkins case (Judy and Grady), 1957-1958
Box   53
Folder   8
Johnson, Dorothy, 1960-1961
Box   53
Folder   9
Jones and Brown case, 1962
Box   53
Folder   10
Kennedy, John F., 1960-1962
Kentucky
Box   53
Folder   11
Correspondence, 1960-1964
Box   53
Folder   12
Integration of schools, 1956-1965
Box   53
Folder   13
Legislative activity, 1958
Box   53
Folder   14
Miners, 1963-1966
Box   53
Folder   15a
Kerr-Smith trial, 1965
Box   53
Folder   15b
King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1959-1961
Labor
Box   53
Folder   16
Federated Press news releases, 1949-1956
Box   53
Folder   17
Louisville Local 236, Transcripts, undated
Box   54
Folder   1
Louisville, General, 1946-1952
Louisville Labor Information Center
Box   54
Folder   2
Correspondence, 1949-1954
Box   54
Folder   3
General, 1948-1952
Box   54
Folder   4
Negro Labor Council, 1951-1954
Box   54
Folder   5
Radio broadcasts, 1949-1953
Box   54
Folder   6
Women's chapter (Louisville), 1949
Box   54
Folder   7
Union agreements and constitutions, 1944-1949
Box   54
Folder   8
United Labor, Louisville, 1947
Box   54
Folder   9
Lassiter, Louise, and James R. Walker cases, 1958-1959
Box   54
Folder   10
Lawrence, David, 1958
Legal
Box   54
Folder   11
Milton E. Brener, 1963-1965
Box   54
Folder   12
Laurent Frantz, 1963-1965
Box   54
Folder   13
Smith and Waltzer, 1963-1965
Box   54
Folder   14
Little Rock, Arkansas, 1957-1958
Box   54
Folder   15
Lomax, Louise, 1963
Box   55
Folder   1
Louisiana, 1954-1966
Louisville
Box   55
Folder   2
General, 1962-1966
Box   55
Folder   3
Stand-ins, 1962-1963
Box   55
Folder   4
Lozoya, Rodolfo, 1957
Box   55
Folder   5
McCrackin, Maurice, 1957-1962
Box   55
Folder   6
McFerren, John, 1962-1964
Box   55
Folder   7
McHugh, Birdie, 1960-1962
Box   55
Folder   8
Marian Davis Scholarship Fund, 1963-1966
Box   55
Folder   9
Melish, William Howard, 1955-1966
Box   55
Folder   10
Memphis, Tennessee, 1958-1959
Box   55
Folder   11
Medical Committee for Human Rights, 1965-1966
Box   55
Folder   12
Militant Church Movement, 1951-1952
Mississippi
Box   55
Folder   13-15
Box   56
Folder   1-3
1964 (continued)-1966
Alternate Format: All or part has been digitized and is available online.
Box   56
Folder   4
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1964-1965
Box   56
Folder   5
Monroe, North Carolina, 1961-1964
Box   56
Folder   6
Moore, Bruce, 1962
Box   56
Folder   7
Morgan, Juliette H., 1952-1960
Box   56
Folder   8
Nashville, Tennessee, 1958-1964
Box   56
Folder   9
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, Louisville, 1952-1958
Box   56
Folder   10
National Broadcasting Company “Today Show,” Interviews and correspondence, 1963-1964
Box   56
Folder   11
National Council of American-Soviet Friendship, 1952-1962
Box   56
Folder   12
Norfolk Conference, “Time for Action,” 1963
Box   56
Folder   13
North Carolina, 1958-1965
Operation Freedom
Box   57
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1963-1966
Box   57
Folder   2
General, 1963-1966
Box   57
Folder   3
Operation Open Debate, 1965-1967
Box   57
Folder   4
Peace: General, 1965
Box   57
Folder   5
Pennsylvania, 1958-1960
Box   57
Folder   6
Perkins, Haven, 1965
Box   57
Folder   7
Peyton, Rupert, 1960
Box   57
Folder   8
Prince Edward County, Virginia, 1960-1963
Box   57
Folder   9
Pupil Placement, 1958-1959
Box   57
Folder   10
Race Relations, 1957-1966
Richmond, Virginia
Box   57
Folder   11
School segregation, 1949-1956
Box   57
Folder   12
General, 1944-1958
Box   59
Folder   9
Rosenthal, Richard, 1966
Box   57
Folder   13
Sedition laws, 1955-1958
Box   57
Folder   14
Selma, Alabama, 1963-1966
Shuttlesworth, Fred
Box   57
Folder   15-16
1959-1964
Box   58
Folder   1
1965-1966
Socialism
Box   58
Folder   2
American Forum for Socialist Education, 1956-1958
Box   58
Folder   3
Young People's Socialist League, 1957
Box   58
Folder   4
Socialist Party, 1956-1959
Box   58
Folder   5
South Carolina, 1958-1963
Box   58
Folder   6
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, Annual meetings, 1957-1965
Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF)
Box   58
Folder   7
Analavage reports, 1966
Box   58
Folder   8
Appointments
Box   58
Folder   9
Board resolutions, 1966, April
Box   58
Folder   10
Expenses, Louisville office, 1957-1958
Box   58
Folder   11
Fund raising, 1957, 1966
Box   58
Folder   12
History, 1938-1966
Box   59
Folder   1
Memos and resolutions, 1965
Box   59
Folder   2
News releases, 1958-1962
Box   59
Folder   3
Projects, 1938-1960
Box   59
Folder   4-7
Raids on SCEF, 1963-1964
Box   59
Folder   8
Southern integration, 1958 June
Box   59
Folder   8
Survey of the South, 1958 August
“Southern Freedom Movement in Perspective”
Box   60
Folder   3
Notes and sources, 1965
Box   60
Folder   4-5
Drafts
Southern Mountain Project
Box   60
Folder   6-8
Correspondence, 1964-1966
Box   61
Folder   1
General
Box   61
Folder   2
Memos and clippings, 1964-1965
Southern Patriot
Box   59
Folder   10-11
Articles, 1958, 1966, undated
Box   60
Folder   1
Correspondence, 1958-1965
Box   60
Folder   2
Submissions, 1960, 1963
Box   61
Folder   3
Southern Student Organizing Committee (SSOC): General, 1963-1965
Box   61
Folder   4
Student movement, 1966
Box   61
Folder   5-8
Speaking engagements, 1962-1965
Box   61
Folder   9
Spiritual Life Clinic, Louisville, 1956-1957
Box   61
Folder   10
Staff trips and interviews, 1963-1964
Box   62
Folder   1
Stevens, Carol (Writings), 1962-1964
Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC)
Box   62
Folder   2
Conference, 1960
Box   62
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1960-1962
Box   62
Folder   4
Articles, notes, and constitution, 1962-1964
Box   62
Folder   5
Talladega, Alabama Case, 1962-1963
Box   62
Folder   6
Taylor, Herman, 1963
Box   62
Folder   7
Teacher integration, 1950-1959
Box   62
Folder   8
Tennessee Voting Project, 1960-1964
Box   62
Folder   9
Texas integration, 1959-1963
Box   62
Folder   10a
The Torch, 1952
Box   62
Folder   10b
Tucker, Dr. C. Ewbank, 1956
Box   62
Folder   11
Tuskegee, Alabama, 1957-1965
Box   62
Folder   12a
Vanderbilt Law Review article, and correspondence, 1962
Box   62
Folder   12b
Vietnam, 1966
Box   62
Folder   12c
Virginia, 1958-1965
Box   62
Folder   12d
Voting, 1960, 1964
Box   63
Folder   1
Wansley, Thomas
Washington Conference on Voting Restrictions in South, 1958
Box   63
Folder   2
Correspondence
Box   63
Folder   3-5
Arrangements
Box   63
Folder   6
Reports, speeches and speakers
Box   63
Folder   7
Reports, Voting distribution
Washington Hearing on Voteless
Box   63
Folder   8
Correspondence, 1959-1960
Box   63
Folder   9
Testimony, 1960
Box   63
Folder   10
Printed material
Box   63
Folder   11
Washington: News releases and staff notebook, 1958
Box   63
Folder   12
Weinberger, Eric, 1962
Box   64
Folder   1
West, Don, 1965-1966
Box   64
Folder   2
W.E.B. DuBois Clubs, “My Impression,” undated
Box   64
Folder   3-5
West End Community Council, 1963-1965, undated
Box   64
Folder   6
West Tennessee: General, 1960-1965
West Virginia
Box   64
Folder   7
General, 1958-1963
Box   64
Folder   8
Students Now for Action and Progress [SNAP], 1963-1965
Box   64
Folder   9
Williams, Aubrey, 1958-1963
Box   64
Folder   10
Worthy, William, 1962-1964
Box   64
Folder   11
Zellner, James, 1961-1963
1966-1973 (Co-directors era)
Correspondence
Box   66
Folder   1
Alabama, 1968-1969
Box   66
Folder   2
Avalavage, Bob, 1966-1969
Box   66
Folder   3
Arkansas, 1967
Box   66
Folder   4
A, General
Box   66
Folder   5-7
Board, 1965-1969, undated
Box   66
Folder   8-9
B, General
Box   67
Folder   1
California, 1966-1959
Box   67
Folder   2
Community Market, 1967
Box   67
Folder   3-5
Cortez, James, 1968-1971
Box   67
Folder   6
Crowell, Suzanne, 1967-1969
Box   67
Folder   7
C, General
Box   67
Folder   8
Dombrowski, James, 1965-1970
Box   67
Folder   9
D, General
Box   68
Folder   1
E, General
Box   68
Folder   2
Fenston, Joy, 1966-1969, undated
Box   68
Folder   3
Florida, 1967-1968, undated
Box   68
Folder   4
Foreign, 1967-1968
Box   68
Folder   5
F, General
Box   68
Folder   6
Georgia, 1967-1968
Box   68
Folder   7
G, General
Box   68
Folder   8
Hanish, Carol, 1968-1969
Box   68
Folder   9
Higson, Mike, 1969, undated
Box   68
Folder   10-11
H, General
Box   68
Folder   12
Illinois, 1967
Box   68
Folder   13-14
Information requests, 1966-1968
Box   69
Folder   1
Information office, 1970-1971
Box   69
Folder   2
Indiana, 1968
Box   69
Folder   3-6
I-L, General
Box   69
Folder   7
Massachusetts, 1964-1969
Box   69
Folder   8
Melish, William Howard, 1965-1969
Box   70
Folder   1
McAlister, George, 1968-1969
Box   70
Folder   2
Michigan, 1967-1969
Box   70
Folder   3
Minnesota, 1967-1968
Box   70
Folder   4
Minnis, Jack, 1966-1969
Box   70
Folder   5
Mississippi, 1966-1969
Box   70
Folder   6-7
M, General
Box   70
Folder   8
National Organization Committee, 1967-1969
Box   70
Folder   9-10
New York, 1965-1969
Box   70
Folder   11
North Carolina
Box   70
Folder   12
N, General
Box   71
Folder   1
Ohio, 1966-1968
Box   71
Folder   2
O, General
Box   71
Folder   3
Pappenheim, Yvonne, 1968-1970
Box   71
Folder   4
Pennsylvania, 1968-1969
Box   71
Folder   5
Posey, Buford, 1966
Box   71
Folder   6
Puckett, Dave and Pat Deer, 1966-1967
Box   71
Folder   7
P, General
Box   71
Folder   8
Ruman, Marylin, 1969
Box   71
Folder   9
R, General
Box   71
Folder   10
Shuttlesworth, Fred, 1965-1967
Box   71
Folder   13
Southern Coordinating Committee to End the War in Vietnam, 1966-1967
Box   71
Folder   11-12
Southern Patriot, 1966-1970, undated
Box   72
Folder   1
Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1967-1968
Box   72
Folder   2
Staff (SCEF), 1967-1971
Box   72
Folder   3
State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1968
Box   72
Folder   4
Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, 1965-1968
Box   72
Folder   5-6
S, General
Box   72
Folder   7
Tennessee, 1965-1969
Box   72
Folder   8-9
T-U, General
Box   72
Folder   10
Virginia, 1967-1970
Box   72
Folder   11
V, General
Box   72
Folder   12
Washington, D.C., 1966-1969
Box   72
Folder   13
West, Don, 1966-1967
Box   73
Folder   1-2
W-Y, General
Box   73
Folder   3
Zellner, Bob and Dottie, 1967-1971
Box   73
Folder   4
Z, General
Box   73
Folder   5
Unidentified
Subject Files
Box   74
Folder   1
Ad hoc Committee, 1965
Box   74
Folder   2
Albany pamphlet, 1965
Box   74
Folder   3
Appalachia, General, 1964-1968
Box   74
Folder   8
“Appalachia History,” by Kathryn Schryner, undated
Appalachian Economic and Political Action Conference
Box   74
Folder   4
General, 1964-1965
Box   74
Folder   5-6
Southern Mountain Project
Box   74
Folder   7
Appalachian history book, Suzanne Crowell, 1968
Box   74
Folder   9
Appalachian indigenous culture, by Kathryn Schryner, undated
Box   75
Folder   1
Appalachian Relief Committee, 1969
Box   75
Folder   2
Aubrey Williams Foundation, 1968-1970
Box   75
Folder   3
Black Panthers, 1969
Box   75
Folder   4-5
Black Six, 1968-1970
Box   75
Folder   6
Blue, Willie, 1956-1965
Box   75
Folder   7-10
Board meetings, 1966-1969
Box   75
Folder   11
Brown, Rap, 1967
Box   75
Folder   12
CADRE report, 1968
Box   75
Folder   13
California committee, 1963-1969
Box   76
Folder   1
Chicanos, 1969
Box   76
Folder   2-3
Collins, Walter, 1970-1972
Box   76
Folder   4
Congress for Appalachian Development, 1966-1967
Box   76
Folder   5
Dombrowski, James, 1967
Box   76
Folder   6
Eastland, James, 1966-1967
Box   76
Folder   7
Emergency Civil Liberties Committee, 1967
Box   76
Folder   8
Film information, 1966-1969
Financial records
Box   76
Folder   9
Bradens' expenses, 1966
Box   76
Folder   10
Budget, 1967-1969
Fundraising
Correspondence
Box   83
Folder   1
General, 1967-1969
Box   83
Folder   2
Staff, 1967-1968
Box   83
Folder   3
Appeals, 1967-1969
Box   83
Folder   4
Brochure drafts, 1968-1969
California
Box   83
Folder   5-6
Trips, 1967-1968
Box   83
Folder   7
General, 1967
Box   83
Folder   8
Northern California, 1967-1968
Box   83
Folder   9
Mulloy support group, 1968
Box   83
Folder   10
Harris, Jeannette, 1967
Box   83
Folder   11-12
Southern California, 1967-1968
Box   83
Folder   13
Zellner trip, 1968
Box   83
Folder   14
Colorado trip, McSurely trip, 1967
Box   84
Folder   1
Direct mailing, 1967-1968
Box   84
Folder   2
GROW, 1968
Box   84
Folder   3
Illinois, 1967
Box   84
Folder   4
Massachusetts
Box   84
Folder   5
Midwest, 1968
Box   84
Folder   6
Mulloy trip, 1968
Box   84
Folder   7
New England, 1969
New York
Box   84
Folder   8
General, 1966-1970
Box   84
Folder   9
Contracts, 1967-1968
Box   84
Folder   10-11
Dinner, 1968-1969
Box   84
Folder   12
Massachusetts, 1968
Box   84
Folder   13
Pennsylvania, 1967
Box   84
Folder   14
Special appeals, 1968
Box   84
Folder   15
Thank you notes, 1967
Box   84
Folder   17
Washington and Oregon trip, 1968
Box   84
Folder   16
Women for Legislative Action, 1968
Box   76
Folder   11
Gainesville (Florida), 1968
Box   76
Folder   12
Georgia, 1967
Box   76
Folder   13-14
Grass Roots Organizing Worker (GROW), 1967-1971
Box   77
Folder   1
Great Kentucky Conference, 1968
Box   80
Folder   5
Haywood County, Ohio, 1967
Box   77
Folder   2
Highlander Folk School, 1966-1971
Box   77
Folder   3-4
Honey, Mike and Martha Allen, 1969-1971
House Un-American Activities Committee
Box   77
Folder   5
History, undated
Box   77
Folder   6-7
General, 1963-1970
Box   77
Folder   8
Hunger, 1969
Box   77
Folder   9-10
Job applications, 1964-1970
Kentucky
Box   77
Folder   11
Correspondence, 1967-1969
Box   78
Folder   1
Mining, 1966-1967
Box   78
Folder   6
Kentucky Un-American Activities Committee, 1968
Box   81
Folder   9
Knoxville, Tennessee, 1965-1968
Box   79
Folder   10
Laurel, Mississippi, 1968, undated
Box   78
Folder   7
Legal Aid Project, 1965-1969
Box   78
Folder   8
Lewis, Fulton, 1966
Box   78
Folder   9
Louisiana Un-American Activities Committee, 1969
Louisville
Box   78
Folder   2
General, 1967
Box   78
Folder   3
Correspondence, 1966-1969
Box   78
Folder   4
Open housing, 1967
Box   78
Folder   5
Peace Council, 1968, undated
Box   78
Folder   10
Marion Davis Fund, 1967, 1969
Box   78
Folder   11
Marrowbone Folk School, 1968-1969
Box   78
Folder   12
McClellan, John, 1967-1971
McSurely, Alan and Margaret
Correspondence
Box   78
Folder   13
1967
Box   79
Folder   1
1968-1971
Box   79
Folder   2
Bombing incident, 1968
Box   79
Folder   3
Federal Communications complaint, 1967-1968
Box   79
Folder   4
Legal bonds, 1967
Box   79
Folder   5-6
McSurely v Ratcliff, 1967
Box   79
Folder   7
Senate contempt case, 1969
Box   79
Folder   8
Press materials, 1967-1971
Box   79
Folder   9
Mining
Box   79
Folder   11
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, 1967
Mulloy, Joe
Box   80
Folder   1
Sedition case, 1967-1970
Box   80
Folder   2
Mulloy and Collins cases, 1967-1970
Box   80
Folder   3
National Committee Against Repressive Legislation, 1970-1972
Box   80
Folder   4
New Party, 1968
Box   80
Folder   6
Operation Freedom, 1961-1967
Box   80
Folder   7
Operation Open Debate, 1966-1969
Box   80
Folder   8
Peace, 1968
Box   80
Folder   9
Poor People's Campaign, 1968
Box   80
Folder   10
Robert Hodes Memorial, 1966-1969, undated
Box   80
Folder   11
Scholarships, 1963-1965
Box   80
Folder   13
Southern Christian Leadership Conference, 1967
Southern Mountain Project
Box   80
Folder   14
1964-1965
Box   81
Folder   1
1966-1968
Box   81
Folder   3
Southern Patriot article drafts, 1967, undated
Box   81
Folder   2
Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1969
Box   81
Folder   4
Speaking engagements, 1966-1968
Steering Committee against Repression
Box   81
Folder   5
General, 1967-1969
Box   81
Folder   6
Meetings, 1968
Box   81
Folder   7
Students for a Democratic Society, 1964-1968
Box   81
Folder   8
Taylor, Dan, 1968-1971
Box   81
Folder   11
Theatre (“Amen Corner”), 1965
Box   81
Folder   12
Thomas (Carol) v. Crevasse, 1969
Wansley, Thomas
Box   81
Folder   13
1963-1965
Box   82
Folder   1
1966-1971
Box   82
Folder   2-3
West End Community Council, 1964-1968, undated
Box   82
Folder   4
White Organization Conference, 1969
Box   82
Folder   5
Women's Liberation
Subseries: James Dombrowski Files
Sub-subseries: Personal Files, 1932-1963
Box   17
Folder   1
Biographical material
Correspondence
Box   17
Folder   2
General, 1937-1963
Box   17
Folder   3
Peace Farm, 1950-1960
Box   17
Folder   4
Early Days of Christian Socialism in America (1936), 1946-1951
Box   17
Folder   5
Williams, Aubrey, 1949-1963
Box   17
Folder   6
Articles, 1932-1949
Finances
Box   17
Folder   7
Stock investments, 1955-1963
Box   17
Folder   8
Scudder, Stevens & Clark funds, 1952-1953
Box   17
Folder   9-10
Taxes, 1949-1963
Box   17
Folder   11
Speeches, notes, and miscellany, 1956-1961
Box   17
Folder   12
Sponsorships and endorsements, 1949-1963
Box   17
Folder   13
District of Columbia property, 1958-1963
Box   17
Folder   14
Miscellany, 1950-1962
Sub-subseries: Southern Conference for Human Welfare (SCHW) Files, 1938-1949
Correspondence
Box   18
Folder   1
General, 1943-1947
Box   18
Folder   2a
Bilbo, T. G., 1945-1947
Box   18
Folder   2b
Roosevelt, Franklin D., 1938-1945
Box   18
Folder   2c
Truman, Harry, 1945
Box   18
Folder   3
Foreman, Clark, 1946-1949
Box   18
Folder   4
Black, Hugo, Jefferson Award, 1945
Box   18
Folder   5
Board of Directors, Meetings and correspondence, 1941-1947
Box   18
Folder   6
Board of Representatives, Minutes, 1946-1948
Box   18
Folder   7
By-laws and incorporation charter, 1946, undated
Box   18
Folder   8
Campaign of 1940, Charles W. Erwin manuscript, 1940
Box   18
Folder   9
Committee reports, 1947
Box   18
Folder   10
Convention proceedings, 1946 November 28-30
Box   18
Folder   11
Crisis memo, 1948 January 23
Box   18
Folder   12
Dombrowski speeches, 1945-1947
Box   18
Folder   13
Executive Board minutes, correspondence, by-laws and reports, 1939-1946
Box   19
Folder   1
Financial records, Cash book and Finance Committee reports, 1941-1947
Box   19
Folder   2
Lilienthal luncheon, 1945
Box   19
Folder   3
Proceedings report, 1938
Box   19
Folder   4
Progress reports, 1942-1946
Box   19
Folder   5
Southern Council meeting, 1941
Box   19
Folder   6
SCHW publications, 1938-1947
Box   19
Folder   7
Scrapbook, 1945
Sub-subseries: Southern Conference Educational Fund Files, 1942-1967
Micro 306
Correspondence
Note: Filmed without a counter
Reel   4
Abbot, William B., 1958-1959, 1961
Reel   4
Alexander, Wilma, 1959-1960
Reel   4
Armstrong, James, 1954-1955
Reel   4
Atwood, R. B., 1949-1951
Reel   4
A-Miscellaneous, 1958-1962
Reel   4
Bambace, Angela, 1960
Reel   4
Barker, Lincoln, 1959-1960
Reel   4
Barnes, Robert D., 1956-1960
Reel   4
Barnett, Albert E., 1943, 1946, 1948-1961
Reel   4
Bates, Daisy and L. C., 1958-1960
Reel   4
Behre, Ellinor H., 1951, 1958-1961
Reel   4
Beittel, A. D., 1949-1952
Reel   4
Bethune, Mary McLeod, 1949-1955
Reel   4
Bevel, Diane Nash, 1962-1963
Reel   4
Brock, Edwin L., 1954-1955
Reel   4
Bross, John, 1958-1963
Reel   4
Brown, Charlotte H., 1960-1961
Reel   4
B-Miscellaneous, 1959-1963
Reel   4
Calder, William A., 1959-1962
Reel   4
Campbell, Clarice, 1961-1963
Reel   4
Camponeschi, Philip A., 1959-1960
Reel   4
Childers, Robert A., 1952-1957
Reel   4
Coe, John M.., 1955, 1959-1963
Reel   4
C-E, Miscellaneous, 1955-1963
Reel   4
Guild, June Purcell, 1959-1963
Reel   4
Guzman, Jessie P., 1959-1962
Reel   4
G-Miscellaneous, 1959-1963
Reel   4
Hendricks, Lola H., 1959, 1962-1963
Reel   4
Holt, Len W., 1961-1963
Reel   5
Hupp, James L., 1954, 1958-1962
Reel   5
James, E. L., 1962
Reel   5
King, Edward B., 1961
Reel   5
Lambouisse, Alice S., 1959-1961
Reel   5
Long, Herman H., 1957-1963
Reel   5
Love, Edgar A., 1959-1963
Reel   5
MacNair, Everett W., 1962-1963
Reel   5
M-Miscellaneous, 1959-1963
Reel   5
Newman, Samuel, 1954, 1957-1963
Reel   5
Nixon, E. D., 1959
Reel   5
P-Miscellaneous, 1959-1963
Reel   5
R-Miscellaneous, 1956-1963
Reel   5
Shuttlesworth, Fred L., 1958-1963
Reel   5
Simkins, Modjeska, 1954, 1958-1963
Reel   5
Smith, Benjamin E., 1959-1963
Reel   5
Smythe, Lewis, 1959-1962
Reel   5
Steele, C. K., 1956-1962
Reel   5
Stephens, Donald, 1958-1963
Reel   5
S-Miscellaneous, 1958-1963
Reel   5
Taylor, Ethel May, 1962
Reel   5
Taylor, O. B., 1959-1961
Reel   5
Thompson, W. Hale, 1959-1963
Reel   5
Tucker, C. Ewbank, 1959-1963
Reel   5
Whitman, Willson (Wanda), 1945, 1959-1962
Reel   5
Wyland, Ben F., 1958-1961
Reel   5
W-Miscellaneous, 1959-1963
Reel   5
Zellner, James A., 1963
Reel   5
Refusals to serve on board, A-Z, 1948-1962
Mss 6
Correspondence-Unfilmed
Box   20
Folder   1
A-B, 1960-1963
Bradens
Box   20
Folder   10
Biographical, 1959-1961
Box   20
Folder   2
Bail, 1955
Box   20
Folder   3
General, 1958-1963
Box   20
Folder   4
Prison correspondence, 1961-1962
Box   20
Folder   5-7
C-M
Box   20
Folder   8
Melish, Howard, 1965-1966
Box   20
Folder   9-10
N-R
Box   20
Folder   12
Rich Printing, 1964-1965
Box   20
Folder   11
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1942-1962
Box   21
Folder   1
S
Box   21
Folder   3
Salter, John, 1963-1964
Box   21
Folder   2
Special projects, 1964
Box   21
Folder   4
Unions, circa 1954, 1964-1967
Williams, Aubrey
Box   21
Folder   5
To newspapers, 1959
Box   21
Folder   6-7
General, 1959-1963
Box   21
Folder   8
Williams Foundation, 1962
Box   21
Folder   9-10
T-Z, Unidentified
Subject Files
Box   21
Folder   11
American Civil Liberties Union, 1964
Box   21
Folder   12
Appalachian Economic and Political Action Conference, 1964-1965
Box   21
Folder   13
Appalachian Provision Organizing Committee, 1964-1965
Box   21
Folder   14
Attacks on SCEF, 1948-1965
Box   22
Folder   1-8
Board of Directors minutes and reports, 1946-1965, October
Box   22
Folder   9
Birmingham, Alabama, 1948-1954
Box   22
Folder   10
Bradens, Biographical information, 1959-1961
Box   22
Folder   11
By-laws and charter, 1942-1944, undated
Box   23
Folder   1
Committee on Relationships with other agencies, 1956-1957
Box   23
Folder   2
Eastland, James, 1954-1958
Box   23
Folder   3
Fact sheets and notes, 1963-1964
Financial records
Box   23
Folder   4
Allocated gifts, 1961-1963
Box   23
Folder   5
Tax consultant's report, undated
Box   23
Folder   6
Dombrowski's annuity, 1966
Box   23
Folder   7
Operation Open Debate expenses, 1966
Box   23
Folder   8
Payments and pledges, 1965-1966
Box   23
Folder   9-10
Riggs National Bank, 1963-1966
Box   23
Folder   11
Taxes, 1949, 1962
Box   23
Folder   12
Payroll taxes, 1959-1966
Box   23
Folder   13
Miscellany, 1951-1966
Fundraising
Box   23
Folder   14
California, 1961-1965
Box   23
Folder   15
Melish, Braden, and Stevens trip, 1965
Box   23
Folder   16
New York dinner, 1963-1966
Box   23
Folder   17
Southern California, 1961-1964
Box   23
Folder   18
Salter's western trip, 1964
Box   23
Folder   19
History, 1964
Legal files
Box   24
Folder   1
Kunstler, Kunstler, & Kinoy, 1963-1966
Box   24
Folder   2
Dombrowski v. Pfister, Amicus Curiae, 1964
Box   24
Folder   3-4
Dombrowski v. Burbank, 1963-1965
Box   24
Folder   5
Dombrowski v. Pfister, 1963-1965
Box   24
Folder   6
Louisiana v. Dombrowski, 1964
Box   24
Folder   7
SCEF litigations, 1963-1965
Box   24
Folder   8
Louisiana Un-American Activities Committee report, 1963-1964
Box   24
Folder   9
Warrants and summons, 1963-1964
Box   24
Folder   10
Talladega decree, 1963
Box   24
Folder   11
Louisiana Un-American Activities Committee report
Box   24
Folder   12
National Committee to Abolish the Un-American Activities Committee, “Bulwark of Segregation,” 1964-1965
Box   24
Folder   13
New Orleans hearing, 1954
Box   24
Folder   14
Operation Freedom, 1964
Raids on SCEF, 1963-1964
Box   24
Folder   15
General correspondence, 1963-1964
Box   25
Folder   1
Dombrowski speech, 1964, April 17
Box   25
Folder   2
Editorial and documentary, 1963-1964
Box   25
Folder   3
Organizations, 1963-1964
Box   25
Folder   4
Senate correspondence, 1963-1964
Box   25
Folder   5
Southern Mountain Project, 1965-1966
Box   25
Folder   6-7
Subcommittee hearing, Senate investigation of the Internal Security Act, 1954 March
Box   25
Folder   8
Thomas Jefferson Medal, 1946-1960
Subseries: Other Records
Sub-subseries: National Committee to Abolish HUAC, Southern Regional Office Files, 1966-1970
Correspondence
Box   85
Folder   1-3
General, 1966-1968
Box   85
Folder   4
New England, 1967-1968
Box   85
Folder   5
Brown, H. Rap, 1968
Box   85
Folder   6
Congressional anti-action bills, undated
Box   85
Folder   7
Delegation to McCormack, 1967
Box   85
Folder   8
Louisiana Un-American Activities Committee, undated
Box   85
Folder   9
McCarran Bill, 1967-1968
Box   85
Folder   10
McClellan Committee, 1967-1968
Box   85
Folder   11
Senate International Security Commission, 1967
Box   85
Folder   12
Southern petition against HUAC riot investigation, 1966-1967
Box   85
Folder   13
Stamler, Jeremiah, 1967
Steering Committee against Repression
Box   85
Folder   14
Correspondence, 1968
Box   85
Folder   15-17
Meetings, 1968
Box   85
Folder   18
General, 1970
Sub-subseries: SCEF New York Office Files, 1958-1968
Box   86
Folder   1
Aaron, Mrs. Harold, 1961-1962
Box   86
Folder   2
Addresses, 1962
Box   86
Folder   3
Agenda, 1959
Box   86
Folder   4
Albany, New York, 1963-1964
Box   86
Folder   5
Antioch-Putney Graduate School, 1966
Box   86
Folder   6
Appalachia Economic and Political Conference, 1964-1965
Box   86
Folder   7
Atlanta meeting, 1959-1961
Box   86
Folder   8
Bagster-Collins, J. F., 1959-1963
Box   86
Folder   9
“Ballad for Bimshire,” 1962-1963
Box   86
Folder   10
Bancroft, Mary H., 1959
Box   86
Folder   11
Bancroft, Memorial Fund, 1960
Box   86
Folder   12
Bart, Amy Keller, 1962-1963
Box   86
Folder   13
Bershad, Mr. and Mrs. Hy, 1962
Box   86
Folder   14
Bernstein, Julius, 1960-1961
Box   86
Folder   15
Biographies-SCEF Personnel
Box   86
Folder   16
Birmingham conference, 1962 April 13-14
Box   86
Folder   17
Blooms, Philadelphia, 1967
Box   86
Folder   18
Bonner, Rev. and Mrs. Charles W., 1963
Box   86
Folder   19
Boston, Massachusetts, 1960-1963
Box   86
Folder   20
Boston Community Church, 1960-1961
Box   86
Folder   21
Braden clemency appeal, 1961
Braden correspondence
Box   86
Folder   22-23
1959-1962
Box   87
Folder   1-3
1963-1967
Box   87
Folder   4
Braden schedule, 1966
Box   87
Folder   5-6
Braden-Carol Stevens tour and releases, 1965
Box   87
Folder   7
Braden tour schedule, undated
Box   87
Folder   8
Brewer, Mr. and Mrs. L. C., 1963
Box   87
Folder   9
Bridgeport, University of, 1966
Box   87
Folder   10
Bristol, Herman and Judy, 1967
Box   87
Folder   11
Bronx committee, 1959-1960
Box   87
Folder   12
Brooklyn College, 1963
Box   87
Folder   13
Brooklyn committee, 1959
Box   87
Folder   14
Brown, Dr. G. W., 1963
Box   87
Folder   15
Burgum, Dr. Edwin Berry, 1960
Box   87
Folder   16
Chapel Hill conference, 1961
Box   87
Folder   17
Calendars, 1959-1962, undated
Box   87
Folder   18
Committee for Miners, 1967
Correspondence
Box   87
Folder   19
1959
Box   88
Folder   1-3
1960-1964
Box   88
Folder   4
Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1961-1962
Box   88
Folder   5
Camp Lakeland, Hopewell Junction, New York, 1963
Box   88
Folder   6
Camp Midvale, 1961
Box   88
Folder   7
Clark University, 1962-1963
Box   88
Folder   8
Coffee House, 1967
Box   88
Folder   9
Columbia University, 1962
Box   88
Folder   10
Cornell University, 1967
Box   88
Folder   11
C. W. Post College, 1963
Box   88
Folder   12
Delany, Mary K., party, 1959
Dombrowski correspondence
Box   88
Folder   13
1958-1962
Box   89
Folder   1
1963-1967
Box   89
Folder   4
Epstein, Rebecca G., 1960-1966
Box   89
Folder   5
Ethical Society of Northern Westchester, 1965
Box   89
Folder   6
Farmingdale, New Jersey, 1961
Box   89
Folder   7
Fassler, Dr. Arnold, 1963
Box   89
Folder   8
Fayette County project, 1964
Box   89
Folder   9
Fenston, Joy, 1966
Box   89
Folder   10
Fire Island, 1959-1964
Box   89
Folder   11
Five Towns Forum, 1960-1961
Box   89
Folder   12
“Fly Blackbird,” 1962
Box   89
Folder   13
Freeman, Mr. and Mrs. Charles, 1960
Box   89
Folder   14
Freedom Information Service, 1966-1967
Box   89
Folder   15
Gallway, Arthur A., 1960
Box   89
Folder   16
Ghent, New York, 1963-1964
Box   89
Folder   17
Gilden, Mr. and Mrs. Bert D., 1966
Box   89
Folder   18
Grachow, Freda K., 1962
Box   89
Folder   19
Great Neck, New York, 1960
Box   89
Folder   20
Guthrie, Rev. Robert V., 1961
Box   89
Folder   21
Hampshire Lodge, Jackson, New Hampshire, 1961-1964
Box   89
Folder   22
Hartford, Connecticut, 1961-1963
Box   89
Folder   23
Harvard-Radcliffe, Canterbury Club, 1960-1961
Box   89
Folder   24
Harvard Socialist Club, 1963
Box   89
Folder   25
Hasselriis, Floyd, 1961
Box   89
Folder   26
Hendricks, Lola, 1962
Box   89
Folder   27
Higgs, Dr. and Mrs. Joseph, 1959-1960
Box   89
Folder   28
Holbrook, Massachusetts, 1960-1961
Box   89
Folder   29
Holt, Len, 1961
Box   89
Folder   30
Hunger Conference, 1969
Box   89
Folder   31
Hurwitt, Dr. and Mrs. Elliott, 1959
Box   89
Folder   32
Hyman, Evelyn, 1960
Box   89
Folder   33
Illinois, 1967
Box   89
Folder   34
Ingersoll, Mrs. Raymond V., Sr., 1960
Box   90
Folder   1
Iowa, 1967
Box   90
Folder   2
Jenkins, Shirley, 1960
Box   90
Folder   3
Jenkins, Mabel, 1960
Box   90
Folder   4
John Brown Commemoration Committee, 1965
Box   90
Folder   5
King, Mrs. Slater, 1964
Box   90
Folder   6
Kingston, New York, 1960
Box   90
Folder   7
Lake Tarleton Country Club, 1963
Box   90
Folder   8
Laurel, Mississippi, 1968
Box   90
Folder   9
Levinson, JoAnn, 1963
Box   90
Folder   10
McGee, Rosalie, undated
Box   90
Folder   11
McComb Appeal, 1961-1966
Box   90
Folder   12
McKinney, Rev. Donald, 1962-1963
Box   90
Folder   13
McSurely, Allan, 1967
Box   90
Folder   14
Melish, William Howard, 1958-1959
Box   90
Folder   15
Middleton, New York, 1964
Box   90
Folder   16
Midwest tour, 1967
Box   90
Folder   17
Minnesota, 1967
Box   90
Folder   18
Miller, Joseph and Shelly, 1967
Box   90
Folder   19
Minutes-Campaign Committee, 1959
Box   90
Folder   20
Mogulescu, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph, 1959
Box   90
Folder   21
Mogulescu, Maurice, 1958
Box   90
Folder   22
Mogegan Colony, 1960-1963
Box   90
Folder   23
Mulloy, Joe and Karen, 1968
Box   90
Folder   24
Neustadt, Mrs. John O., 1966
Box   90
Folder   25
New Hampshire campaign, 1963
Box   90
Folder   26
New Haven, Connecticut, 1959
Box   90
Folder   27
New Rochelle, New York, 1959-1964
Box   90
Folder   28
New York Society for the Study of Negro Life and History, 1960
Box   90
Folder   29
New York sponsors, 1959-1964
Box   90
Folder   30
Ogden, Dunbar, 1959-1964
Box   90
Folder   31
Okun, Mr. and Mrs. William, 1959-1960
Box   90
Folder   32
Pappenheim, Yvonne, 1967
Box   90
Folder   33
Philadelphia committee, 1959-1967
Box   90
Folder   34
Philadelphia Social Science Reform, 1963-1964
Box   90
Folder   35
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, 1967
Box   91
Folder   1
Pittsfield, Massachusetts, 1959-1960
Box   91
Folder   2
Poughkeepsie, New York, 1963-1964
Box   91
Folder   3
Providence, Rhode Island, 1960-1962
Box   91
Folder   4
Rabinowitz, Amy, 1961-1962
Box   91
Folder   5-10
Receptions, 1960-1966
Box   91
Folder   11-13
Reports on contributions, 1964-1966
Box   91
Folder   14
Reservation reports, 1963-1966
Box   91
Folder   15
Reynolds Hills, Inc., 1963
Box   91
Folder   16
Riddick, Moses A., Jr., 1963
Box   91
Folder   17
Rochdale Golden Age Club, 1967
Box   91
Folder   18
Rockland County Committee, 1959
Box   91
Folder   19
Roosevelt, Eleanor, 1958
Box   91
Folder   20
Roosevelt Hotel, 1963-1968
Box   91
Folder   21
Russell, Rev. William K., 1962-1964
Box   91
Folder   22
Salter, John R., Jr., 1963
Box   91
Folder   23
Shallow, Mr. and Mrs. Earl (Doris), 1966
Box   91
Folder   24
Shelter Island, 1961-1962
Box   91
Folder   25
Shrub Oak Park, 1960
Box   91
Folder   26
Shuttlesworth, Ruby, 1960-1961
Box   91
Folder   27
Shyneyer, Mr. and Mrs. William, 1966
Box   91
Folder   28-30
Southern trip, 1959-1964
Box   92
Folder   1
South Carolina Vote Project, 1960
Box   92
Folder   2
Spain, Dr. and Mrs. David M., 1960-1966
Box   92
Folder   3
Sponsors, 1963-1967
Box   92
Folder   4
Springfield, Massachusetts, 1961-1962
Box   92
Folder   5
Straus, Mr. and Mrs. Dudley D., 1963-1964
Box   92
Folder   6
Sugarman, Mr. and Mrs. Tracy, 1967-1968
Box   92
Folder   7
Swarthmore College, 1960
Box   92
Folder   8
Tabor, Mr. and Mrs. Sol, 1962
Box   92
Folder   9
Toronto, Canada, 1961
Box   92
Folder   10
Tribute to heroines of the South, 1961
Box   92
Folder   11
University of Connecticut, 1962
Box   92
Folder   12
Vermont, 1962
Box   92
Folder   13
Vern, Mr. and Mrs. Ike, 1960-1961
Box   92
Folder   14
Vivian, Rev. C. T., 1962
Box   92
Folder   15
Weitzman, Dr. Mary, 1966
Box   92
Folder   16
Westchester Committee, 1960
Box   92
Folder   17
Williams, Claude, 1960
Box   92
Folder   18
Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. Luke, 1967
Box   92
Folder   19
Woodbury, Connecticut, 1961-1962
Box   92
Folder   20
Woodstock, New York, 1960-1962
Box   92
Folder   21
Wysoker, Jack and Ann, 1967
Box   92
Folder   22
Zellner, Rev. James A., 1964
Series: 2: 2007 Additions
Subseries: Anne and Carl Braden Files
Sub-subseries: Personal Files, 1942-2006
Braden, Carl and Anne, Joint files
Box   93
Folder   1
Biographies and interviews, 1955-1970
Box   93
Folder   2
Clemency appeal petition, 1961-1963
Clippings
Box   93
Folder   3
Encyclopedias, magazines, 1950, 1988-1989
Box   93
Folder   4-14
Newspapers, 1943-2005, undated
Disc 72A/3-13
FE-CIO program, 25 episodes of the program broadcast by WINN, Louisville, 1949 April
Mss 6
Financial files
Box   93
Folder   15
Automobiles, 1974, 1988
Box   93
Folder   16
Bank statements, 1954-1957, 1981-1996
Box   93
Folder   17
Carl Braden funeral expenses, 1975
Box   93
Folder   18
Gage, Margaret; Will, 1983
Box   93
Folder   19
House, 1952-1961
Box   93
Folder   20
Miscellany, 1972-1998
Box   93
Folder   21
Paid bills, 1985
Box   93
Folder   22
Taxes and insurance information, 1995-2002
Box   93
Folder   23
Telephone bills and telephone logs, 1986-1987
Box   93
Folder   24
Hate mail, 1975
Box   93
Folder   25
Itineraries/Schedules, 1965, 1973-1975
Box   93
Folder   26
Medical information, 1963, 1974
Box   93
Folder   27
Memorabilia, 1973-1975, undated
Box   93
Folder   28
Miscellany, 1972-1994
Box   93
Folder   29
Police records, 1963-1985, undated
Wade case
Box   93
Folder   30
Early history, 1954-1955
Box   93
Folder   31
Historical marker, 2004
Box   93
Folder   32
History paper, 1995
Box   93
Folder   33
Wade case literature, 1955
Rein, Selma
Box   93
Folder   34
General HUAC correspondence, 1955-1961
Box   93
Folder   35
D.C. Area Committee to Abolish HUAC, 1961
Box   93
Folder   36
Washington Committee for the Louisville Cases, 1955-1956
Carl Braden Files
Box   93
Folder   37
Articles, speeches, and speaking engagements, 1955-1972
Box   93
Folder   38
Biographies, 1974, undated
Box   93
Folder   39
Death, 1975
Box   93
Folder   40
Memorial services, 1975
Box   93
Folder   41-42
Obituaries, clippings, 1975
Box   93
Folder   43
Sympathy letters, 1975
Box   93
Folder   44
Unemployment, 1974-1975
Anne Braden Files
Box   93
Folder   45
Awards, 1987-1994
Biographies
Box   93
Folder   46
General, 1975-2003, undated
Box   93
Folder   47
Subversive Southerner, by Cate Fosl, 1993
Box   93
Folder   48
Review of Fosl biography, by W. P. Jones, 2003
Birthdays
Box   94
Folder   1
70th celebration, 1994
Box   94
Folder   2
75th celebration, 1999
Box   94
Folder   3
Buchner (?), Fred, 1945
Box   94
Folder   4
Calendars, 1983-1990
Box   94
Folder   5
Cigarettes, 1963
Box   94
Folder   6
Date books, 1973-1975
Box   94
Folder   7-8
Endorsements, 1975-1985, undated
Interviews
Box   94
Folder   9
1972, with Lenore Hogan
Box   94
Folder   10
1980, Columbia University
Box   94
Folder   11
1981, with Ruth Pfister
Box   94
Folder   12-15
1981, with Sue Thrasher
Box   94
Folder   16
1985, Anti-racism literature project
Box   94
Folder   17
1997, with Barbara Ransby
Box   94
Folder   18
1999, 2001
Speaking engagements
Box   94
Folder   19-35
1964-1999, undated
Box   94
Folder   36
1994, Connecticut College
Speeches
Box   94
Folder   37-40
1963-1972
Box   95
Folder   1-20
1973-1999, undated
Teaching files
Box   95
Folder   21
Northern Kentucky University, 2000, 2006
Box   95
Folder   22
University of Louisville, 2003-2006
Box   95
Folder   23
Tributes and honorary events, 1976-2000
Writings
Articles
General
Box   95
Folder   24-31
1958-1982
Box   96
Folder   1-11
1983-2004
Box   96
Folder   12
1983, McSurely article
Box   96
Folder   13
1984, Meiklejohn article
Box   96
Folder   14
1986, NCARL article
Box   96
Folder   15
1994, Kitchen table
Box   96
Folder   16
1999, Encyclopedia of African-American Associations
Box   96
Folder   17
1999, Greensboro Massacre
Box   96
Folder   18
Autobiography, undated
College writings
Box   96
Folder   19
Drama, 1943
Box   96
Folder   20-21
English Literature assignments and papers, 1943
Box   96
Folder   22
Journalism aids, 1942-43
Box   96
Folder   23
Notes and miscellany, 1943
Box   96
Folder   24
Philosophy, 1943
Box   96
Folder   25
Notes
Box   97-98
Notebooks, undated and unidentified
Box   96
Folder   26-27
Notes to self/to-do lists, etc., 1982-2006, undated
Box   96
Folder   28
Publication chart, undated
Box   96
Folder   29-30
, Undated writings
Box   96
Folder   31
The Wall Between, New material for 1999 edition
Braden Family Files
Box   96
Folder   32
General, 1985-2001
Box   96
Folder   33
Anita Braden illness and death, 1963-1964
Sub-subseries: Southern Conference Educational Fund Files, 1954-1985
1954-1966 (Southern Patriot/Field Organizers era) Subject Files
Box   100
Folder   19
African American Press, 1959-1960
Appalachian Economic and Political Action Conference
Box   100
Folder   20
Correspondence, 1965-1966
Box   100
Folder   21
Reports, 1965-1966
Box   100
Folder   22
Atlanta Project, 1966
Box   100
Folder   23
Chicago Friends of SCEF, 1957
Box   100
Folder   24
Dunne, James E., 1957
Economic Research and Action Project (ERAP) of Students for a Democratic Society (SDS), 1964
Box   100
Folder   25
General, 1964
Box   100
Folder   26
Louisville, 1964
Box   100
Folder   27
Louisville, Miscellany, 1964
Box   100
Folder   28
Moore, Bruce: Case, 1961-1965
Box   100
Folder   29
School desegregation, 1965
Box   100
Folder   30
Southern civil rights papers, 1965
Box   100
Folder   31
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, 1964
Box   100
Folder   32
White student project, 1964
1966-1973 (Co-directors era)
General correspondence
Box   98
Folder   34-36
1967-1969
Box   99
Folder   1-13
1970-1971
1972
Incoming letters
Box   99
Folder   14-25
January-November
Box   100
Folder   1-2
December, undated
Box   100
Folder   3-16
Outgoing letters, undated
Subject Files
Box   100
Folder   33
African Peoples Socialist Party
Box   100
Folder   34
Ajanaku Family, 1974
Box   100
Folder   35
Alabama miscellany, 1972-1974
Box   100
Folder   36
Angola 4, 1973-1974
Box   100
Folder   37
Appalachia, 1968-1973
Box   101
Folder   1
Articles, Before 1973
Box   101
Folder   2
Atlanta, 1966
Box   101
Folder   3
Augusta, Georgia, 1970
Box   101
Folder   4
Ayden-Grifton (North Carolina) High School bombing, 1971-1972
Box   101
Folder   5-6
Bail bond records, 1961-1962, 1969-1971
Box   101
Folder   7
Bell, Fred, 1972-1973
Box   101
Folder   8
Black Afro Militant Movement (Florida)
Box   101
Folder   9
Buffalo Creek, 1972
Box   101
Folder   10
Busing, Pros and cons, 1971-1972
Box   101
Folder   11-13
Civil rights movements, Red-baiting attacks, 1960s
Collins, Walter, Case
Box   101
Folder   14-16
General, 1970-1972
Box   101
Folder   17
D.C. protest, 1970
Box   101
Folder   18
“Government File,” 1971
Box   101
Folder   19
Hoover suit by Collins, 1971
Box   101
Folder   21
Press materials, 1970-1972
Box   101
Folder   22
Prison letters from Collins, 1972
Box   101
Folder   23
Texarkana prisoners, 1972
Box   101
Folder   24-27
Tours, 1971
Box   101
Folder   28
Council for White Organizing, 1969
“Crisis” in SCEF
Box   101
Folder   29
General, 1971-1973
Box   101
Folder   30
Correspondence, 1971-1974
Box   101
Folder   31
Crisis mailings, 1973-1974, undated
Box   101
Folder   32
Edwards, George, 1968
Box   101
Folder   33
Florida Farm Workers, 1971-1973
Box   101
Folder   34
Florida strikes, 1972
Box   101
Folder   35
Franklin, Louisiana, 1972
Box   101
Folder   36
Free University of Florida
Box   101
Folder   37
Freeman, Harrop, 1971
Box   101
Folder   38
Gage, Margaret, 1971
Box   101
Folder   39
Gainesville 8, 1972-1973
Box   102
Folder   1
Greever, Helen (regarding Board meetings), 1971
Box   102
Folder   2
Grass Roots Organizing Work (GROW), 1968-1970
Gulfcoast Pulpwood Association
Box   102
Folder   3-7
Strike, 1971-1973, undated
Box   102
Folder   8
Masonite Corporation, 1967-1971
Box   102
Folder   9
Haessler, Carl, 1972
Box   102
Folder   10
Harnisch, Carol, 1969
Box   102
Folder   11
Homemakers case, 1973
Box   102
Folder   12
Immigration (Rodino Bill), 1973
Box   102
Folder   13-16
IRS, 1970-1972
Box   102
Folder   17
Jackson, Mississippi, organizing, 1971
Box   102
Folder   18
John Birch Society, 1961-1971
Box   102
Folder   19
Junta of Militant Organizations (JOMO), 1971
Box   102
Folder   20
Joye, Harlon, 1969
Box   102
Folder   21
Kellwood strike (Brownsville, Kentucky), 1972
Box   102
Folder   22
Laurel, Mississippi, 1969-1970
Box   102
Folder   23
Legal project, 1970
Box   102
Folder   24
Lexington women's group, 1969
Box   102
Folder   25
Liberation News Service, 1972
Lists
Box   102
Folder   26
Mailing, 1961-1962, undated
Box   102
Folder   27
Miscellaneous, undated
Box   102
Folder   28
Norfolk, undated
Box   102
Folder   29-30
Potential supporters, 1970-1972, undated
Box   102
Folder   31
Press, undated
Box   102
Folder   32
Lorillord Workers (Louisville), 1973
Box   102
Folder   33
Louisville 7, 1968-1973
Box   102
Folder   34
Louisville Police Review, 1972
Box   102
Folder   35
[Number not used]
Box   102
Folder   36
Lowndes County, Alabama, 1970-1971
McSurely, Alan and Margaret
Box   102
Folder   37
Clippings, 1970-1983
Box   102
Folder   38
Correspondence, 1970-1985
Box   102
Folder   39
Court documents, 1967
Box   102
Folder   40
FBI file, 1967
Box   102
Folder   41
Finances, 1970
Box   102
Folder   42
Hutchinson, George W., 1984
Box   103
Folder   1
Miscellany, 1968
Box   103
Folder   2
Ogle, Milton, Correspondence, 1967
Box   103
Folder   3
SCEF literature, 1967-1970
Box   103
Folder   4
Matrix House, 1972-1973
Box   103
Folder   5
Megill, Ken, Tenure case, 1973
Box   103
Folder   6
Memphis, Tennessee, 1968-1972
Box   103
Folder   7
“Mine battles,” 1971-1972
Box   103
Folder   8
Miscellany, 1973
Box   103
Folder   9
Miscellaneous cases, 1972
Box   103
Folder   10
Mississippi, 1966
Box   103
Folder   11
Monk-Spicer Case, 1973
Box   103
Folder   12
Moore, Charles, 1968-1971
Box   103
Folder   13
Mountain Education Associates, 1970-1971
Box   103
Folder   14
Mountain Project, 1971
Box   103
Folder   15-17
Mulloy, Joseph, Case in Court of Appeals, 1969
Box   103
Folder   18
Murray State, 1972
Box   103
Folder   19
National Association of Inter-group Officials, 1966
Box   103
Folder   20
National Caucus of Labor Committees (NCLC), 1973
Box   103
Folder   21
National Conference for New Politics (NCNP), 1967
North Carolina
Box   103
Folder   22
General, 1972-1973
Box   103
Folder   23
Brochure-“Right to Organize,” 1972-1973
Box   103
Folder   24
North Carolina Organizing Conference, circa 1970
Box   103
Folder   25
New York office, 1966-1972
Box   103
Folder   26
Operation Open Debate, 1966
Box   103
Folder   27
Oneita, South Carolina, textile strike, 1973
Box   103
Folder   28
Owens, Danny Ray, 1969
Box   103
Folder   29
Parker, Charles, 1969-1971
Box   103
Folder   30
People for Peace, 1973
Box   103
Folder   31
Philippines, 1973
Box   103
Folder   32
Portsmouth, Virginia, 1977
Box   103
Folder   33
Pratt, George, 1963-1972
Box   103
Folder   34
Prisons, 1973-1975
Box   103
Folder   35
Propaganda, 1965
Box   103
Folder   36
Quincy 5, 1971-1972
Box   103
Folder   37
Rhode Island, 1973
Box   103
Folder   38
Rhodes Scholars, 1972
Box   103
Folder   39
Political prisoners, 1971, 1973
Box   103
Folder   40
Richmond Prison, 1973
Box   108
Folder   39
South Carolina politics, 1969-1972
Southern Conference Educational Fund
Administrative Records
Box   103
Folder   41
Charter and bylaws, 1966-1971
Box   103
Folder   42-43
Board minutes, 1968-1970
Financial records
Box   103
Folder   44-45
General, 1957-1971
Box   104
Folder   1
Account book, undated
Box   104
Folder   2
Audits, 1957-1968
Box   104
Folder   3
Balance statements, 1970-1971
Box   104
Folder   4
Bequests, undated
Box   104
Folder   5
Budgets, 1969-1972
Expense reports
Box   104
Folder   6
General, 1971-1972
Box   104
Folder   7
Anne Braden, 1972
Box   104
Folder   8
Field work, 1964-1966
Reports
Box   104
Folder   9-11
Paper reports, 1971-1972
Disc 72A/12
Recorded report to New York Friends, 1971 April
Mss 6
Fundraising
Box   104
Folder   12
Letters, 1966-1969
Box   104
Folder   13
Miscellany, 1968-1974
Box   104
Folder   14-15
New York, 1969-1973
Box   104
Folder   16
History excerpts, 1972
Box   104
Folder   17
Income taxes, 1970-1971
Box   105
Folder   1-13
Legal cases in bound volumes, 1954-1970
Box   104
Folder   18
Lists, 1967-1968
Box   104
Folder   19
Miscellany, undated
Publications
Box   104
Folder   20
Albany Cases, undated
Box   104
Folder   21
Anger in the Southern Pines, undated
Box   104
Folder   22
Appalachia, undated
Box   104
Folder   23
Appalachian History Book, 1971
Box   104
Folder   24
Basic information, undated
Box   104
Folder   25
Birmingham: People in Motion, undated
Box   104
Folder   26
Brochures, undated
Box   104
Folder   27
Calendars, 1973-1975
Box   104
Folder   28
Cards, undated
Box   104
Folder   29
Crackdown in Florida, undated
Box   104
Folder   31
An Enemy of the People, undated
Box   104
Folder   32
Florida Peace tour, 1967
Box   104
Folder   33
Friends printed letters, 1969-1974
Box   104
Folder   34
Freeman, Harrop, undated
Box   104
Folder   35
Grass Roots Organizing Work, undated
Box   104
Folder   36
If You Have Nothing to Hide, undated
Box   104
Folder   37
Information sheets, 1964-1968, undated
Internal mailings and memos
Box   104
Folder   38-39
1958-1969
Box   106
Folder   1-13
1970-1975, undated
Box   106
Folder   14
Laurel, undated
Box   106
Folder   15
Leaflets and pamphlets, 1963-1972
Box   106
Folder   16
Letter to the People of Kentucky
Box   106
Folder   17
Louisville, 1970
Mass mailings
Box   106
Folder   18-19
1957-1960
Box   107
Folder   1-17
1961-1976, undated
Box   107
Folder   18
McClellan, 1967
Box   107
Folder   19
Miscellaneous publications, 1967-1973
Box   107
Folder   20
My Beliefs, undated
Box   107
Folder   21
News clippings, 1954-1975
Newsletters
Box   107
Folder   22
1967-1969
Box   108
Folder   1-2
1969-1973, undated
Box   108
Folder   3-4
, 1973 August-September issues
Organize [Film], about SCEF in Appalachia
Box   108
Folder   5
Paper file, 1970
CA 503
16 mm film
Mss 6
Box   108
Folder   6
Organizers Library, 1967
Box   108
Folder   33
Policy statements and resolutions, 1958, 1964-1971, undated
Box   108
Folder   34
Political Prisoners, undated
Box   108
Folder   35
Printed reports and calendars, 1964
Box   108
Folder   36
SCEF brochure draft, undated
Box   108
Folder   37
SCEF pamphlets 1969-1971, undated
Box   108
Folder   38
So You Think You Have a Free Press?
Southern Patriot
Box   108
Folder   7
Brochure, 1965
Box   108
Folder   8-11
Correspondence, 1966-1977
Box   108
Folder   12
Guidelines, 1970, undated
Box   108
Folder   13
Sales and marketing, 1967-1968
Box   108
Folder   14
Stories, Miscellaneous, 1972
Box   108
Folder   15
Rare 1957, November issue
Box   108
Folder   16-32
Issue background, 1972-1973
Box   109
Folder   3
Staff memos, 1969-1970
Box   108
Folder   40
Sterilization reprint, 1968, 1973
Box   108
Folder   41
They Can't Put It Back, 1970
Box   108
Folder   42
This We Believe, undated
Box   108
Folder   43
Unemployed Have Rights, Too, 1971
Box   108
Folder   44
Voices from the White South, undated
Box   108
Folder   45
Southern Conference for Human Welfare (SCHW), History, 1938-1956
Box   108
Folder   46
Southern Legal Action Movement, 1970-1971
Box   108
Folder   47
Southern Mountain Project, 1966
Box   108
Folder   48
Southern oral history project of ISS, 1972
Box   109
Folder   1
Southern Regional Council, 1971
Box   109
Folder   2
Southern Student Organizing Committee, 1964-1969
Box   109
Folder   4
Starnes, William, circa 1971
Box   109
Folder   5
Study program, 1971
Box   109
Folder   6-7
Tennessee, 1971-1973
Box   109
Folder   8
Tucker, Connie, 1971
Box   109
Folder   9
United Electrical Workers (Frank Rosen), 1971-1972
Box   109
Folder   10
Virginia prisons, 1972
Box   109
Folder   11
Waddell, Joe, 1972
Box   109
Folder   12
University of Louisville Black Student Union, 1969
Box   109
Folder   13-16
Welch, Mike, 1972-1973
Box   109
Folder   17-18
West End Community Council, 1963-1968
Box   109
Folder   19
West Virginia Human Rights Commission, 1963-1965
Box   109
Folder   20
Wilkinson, Frank, 1970
Box   109
Folder   21
Williams, Ronnie, 1973
Box   109
Folder   22
World Press, 1970
Sub-subseries: Southern Organizing Committee, 1973-2006
General correspondence (incoming)
Box   100
Folder   16-18
1973 January
Box   109
Folder   23-31
1973 February-October
Box   110
Folder   1-18
1973 November-1975 February
Box   111
Folder   1-23
1975 March-1979
Box   112
Folder   1-13
1980-1984
Box   113
Folder   1-12
1985-1988
Box   114
Folder   1-15
1989-1998
Box   115
Folder   1-9
1999-2006, undated
General correspondence (outgoing)
Box   115
Folder   10-38
1973-1975 March
Box   116
Folder   1-29
1975 April-1988
Box   117
Folder   1-19
1989-2006, undated (very limited after 1995)
Subject Files
Box   117
Folder   20
ABC Documentaries, 1983
Box   117
Folder   21
Abelard Grant (for SOC Health and Environmental Justice Project), 1995-1998
Box   117
Folder   22
Abortion, 1976-1977
Box   117
Folder   23
Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 1989-1995
Box   117
Folder   24
Affirmative Action, 1984-1995
Box   117
Folder   25
Affirmative Action, Ad Hoc Committee for (Louisville), 1995
Box   117
Folder   26-29
African-American Environmental Justice Network (AAEJAN), 1997-2002
Box   117
Folder   30
“Dirty South Digest,” 1997-1999
Box   117
Folder   31
Greensboro Justice Fund Grant, 2000
Box   117
Folder   32
Public Welfare Foundation Reports, 2000-2001
Alabama Black Belt Cases
Box   117
Folder   33
Frontline reprint, 1985-1986
Box   117
Folder   34-35
Clippings, 1984-1988
Box   117
Folder   36
Legal documents, 1985, 1998
Box   117
Folder   37
SOC involvement, 1985-1988
Box   117
Folder   38
Voting fraud cases, Underwood/Simpson transcription, undated
Box   117
Folder   39
Algebra Project, 1986-1992
Box   117
Folder   40
All Peoples' Congress, 1981-1982
Box   117
Folder   41
Allison, Pat (Wall Between play), 1983
Box   117
Folder   42
Allison, William, Letter, 1987-2000
Box   117
Folder   43
American Cast Iron Pipe Company (Birmingham) employees, 1975
Box   117
Folder   44
ACLU Conference to end the Cold War, 1990
Box   117
Folder   45a
American Committee for Protection of Foreign Born, 1973
Box   117
Folder   45b
Americans for Racial Peace and Economic Justice, undated
Box   117
Folder   46
Ames, Jessie Daniel, 1972
Amnesty
Box   117
Folder   47-48
1972
Box   118
Folder   1-6
1973-1982, undated
Box   118
Folder   7
Anniston, Alabama, 1995-1996
Anniversary conference for SCHW
Box   118
Folder   8-9
General, 1989
Box   118
Folder   10
Brochure background
Box   118
Folder   11
Concept and proposal
Box   118
Folder   12
Follow-up
Box   118
Folder   13
Anti-Communism, Chilean coup, 1975
Box   118
Folder   14
Anti-Communism conference (Harvard), Transcript, 1988
Box   118
Folder   15
Apartheid, 1974-1985
Box   118
Folder   16
Appalachia, 1975-1981
Box   118
Folder   17-18
Appalachian Community Fund, 1989-1999
Box   118
Folder   19
Appalachian Focus, 1994-2000
Box   118
Folder   20
Appalachian history (of African Americans), undated
Box   118
Folder   21
Appalachian South Folklife Center, 1983-1988
Box   118
Folder   22-23
April Actions for Peace, Jobs, and Justice, 1985-1987
Box   118
Folder   24-25
Arrington, Richard, 1991-1994
Box   118
Folder   26
Atmore-Holman Brothers, 1974-1975
Box   118
Folder   27
B-1 Bomber, 1976-1977
Box   118
Folder   28
Babcock Foundation, 1999
Baker, Ella (Biographical film)
Box   118
Folder   29
General, 1978-1987
Box   118
Folder   30
Baker Interview transcript, 1979
Box   118
Folder   31
Bakke Case, 1977-1978
Box   118
Folder   32
Bather Group cable case, 1997
Box   118
Folder   33
Beldon Fund, 1989, 2000-2001
Box   118
Folder   34
Bell, Emile Pete, 1976
Box   118
Folder   35
Ben & Jerry's, 1996
Box   118
Folder   36
Berster, Kristina, 1978
Box   118
Folder   37
Bevel, James, Luther, Memo to Andrew Young, 1980
Box   118
Folder   38
“Beyond Containment” conference, 1988
Box   118
Folder   39
Big Mountain, 1985-1986
Birmingham
Box   118
Folder   40
Churches project, 1992
Box   119
Folder   1
Miscellany, 1971-1985
Box   119
Folder   2
Politics, 1990
Box   119
Folder   3-4
Black elected officials, 1975-1976, 1986-1989
Box   119
Folder   5
Black history, undated
Box   119
Folder   8
Black man for mayor of Louisville project, 1984
Box   119
Folder   6
Black theory project, 1979
Box   119
Folder   7
Black Workers for Justice, 1990-1994, undated
Box   119
Folder   9
Blitz Amendment, 1980-1982
Box   119
Folder   10
Block, Sam Theodore, 1987
Box   119
Folder   11
Block grants, undated
Box   119
Folder   12
Blakely, Georgia (CDR case), 1989-1990
Box   119
Folder   13
Blossom, Frederick A., Biography project, 1960-1975
Box   119
Folder   14
Boggs, James, 1974-1979
Box   119
Folder   15
Bork, Robert, 1987
Boston
Box   119
Folder   16
Affirmative Action, 1996-1999
Box   119
Folder   17
Boston schools, 1974-1976
Box   119
Folder   18
Boudin, Kathy, 1982-1986
Bozeman, Maggie and Julia Wilder Case
Box   119
Folder   19
General, 1981-1982
Box   119
Folder   20
Clippings, 1981-1987
Braden Center
Box   119
Folder   21-22
General, 1969-1995
Box   119
Folder   23
Expenses
Braden Memorial Fund
Box   119
Folder   24-28
General, 1975-1987, undated
Box   119
Folder   29
Correspondence, 1979-1982
Box   119
Folder   30
Eiges bequest, 1978
Box   119
Folder   31
Financial records, 1976-2003, undated
Box   119
Folder   32
Brandley, Clarence Lee, 1986-1987
Box   119
Folder   33
Bromley, Ernest and Marion, Case, 1975
Box   119
Folder   34
Brooks, Johnny Lee, Case, 1975
Box   119
Folder   35
Brooks, Tyrone, 1982
Box   119
Folder   36
Brown, Robert A., Case, 1990
Box   119
Folder   37
Brown, Judith Benniger, 1991, 1994
Box   119
Folder   38
Brunswick, Georgia, Chemical plant, 1996-1999
Box   119
Folder   39
Bryant, Pat, Writings and miscellany, 1980-1997
Box   119
Folder   40
Buck Dinner (SOC), 1981-1986
Box   120
Folder   1
Bush, George H. W., Open letters to, 1991, undated
Box   120
Folder   2
Burnett, Willie, Case, 1975-1977
Box   120
Folder   3
Cambridge, Massachusetts Civil Defense Awareness, 1981
Box   120
Folder   4
Campaign for New Priorities, 1991
Box   120
Folder   5
Campaign for Political Rights, 1976-1982
Box   120
Folder   6
Canney, Bob, Case, 1976
Box   120
Folder   7
Carolina Action, 1978
Box   120
Folder   8
Carter, Fred, Case, 1983-1985
Carthan, Eddie
Box   120
Folder   9
Braden correspondence, 1981-1985
Box   120
Folder   10-11
Clippings, 1981-1986
Box   120
Folder   12
Flyers, 1982-1983
Box   120
Folder   13
National Alliance involvement, 1982-1983
Box   120
Folder   14
National campaign committee, 1982-1983
Box   120
Folder   15
Other supporters, 1981-1984
Box   120
Folder   16
Carver, Ilene, 1975, 1979
Box   120
Folder   17
Causes and cures of narcotic addiction, 1990-1991
Box   120
Folder   18
Center for Community Change, 1996
Box   120
Folder   19
Center for Constitutional Rights, 1972-1993
Center for Democratic Renewal (CDR)
Box   120
Folder   20
Annual reports, 1989-1993
Box   120
Folder   21-24
Board memos and mailings, 1985-1995
Box   120
Folder   25
Braden correspondence, 1986-1996
Box   120
Folder   26
Clippings and press releases, 1985-1992
Box   120
Folder   27
Democracy and racism conference, 1990
Box   120
Folder   28
Executive Committee meeting, 1989 December
Box   120
Folder   29
Finances, 1989-1993
Box   120
Folder   30
Literature, 1989-1994, undated
Box   120
Folder   31
Minutes, 1986-1990
Box   120
Folder   32
Miscellany, 1989-2004
Box   120
Folder   33
Proposals and projects, 1990-1992
Box   120
Folder   34
Reports, 1985-1992
Box   120
Folder   35
Weekly Update, 1986-1992
Box   120
Folder   36
Center for the Study of the Harassment of African-Americans, 1991-1993
Box   120
Folder   37
Central Committee for Conscientious Objectors, 1973-1976
Box   120
Folder   38
Chalmen, David, Book chapter review, 1990
Box   120
Folder   39
Changeworks, 1999
Box   121
Folder   1
Chapman, Frank, Defense, 1973-1974
Box   121
Folder   2
Chapman, Vernon, 1982
Charlotte 3
Box   121
Folder   3
General, 1972-1978
Box   121
Folder   4
Clippings, 1972-1974
Box   121
Folder   5
Legal material, 1972-1974
Box   121
Folder   6
Literature drafts, undated
Box   121
Folder   7
Chattanooga, Concerned Citizens for Justice, 1993
Box   121
Folder   8
Chattanooga grant (regarding Alton Park), 1998-1999
Chavis, Ben
Box   121
Folder   9
General, 1985-1994
Box   121
Folder   10-11
NAACP ouster, 1994
Box   121
Folder   12
Chicksaw, Alabama, Boycott, 1982
Box   121
Folder   13
Chino (CA) prisoners escape defense committee, 1973
Box   121
Folder   14
Christian-Marxist dialogue, 1977
Christic Institute
Box   121
Folder   15
Amicus brief regarding Robeson County, 1990
Box   121
Folder   16
Contragate
Box   121
Folder   17
Southern office, 1983-1993
Box   121
Folder   18
Cincinnati Organizing Conference, 1988
Box   121
Folder   19
Citizens Associated Housing (Louisville), undated
Box   121
Folder   20
Citizen Education Fund, 1984
Box   121
Folder   21
Citizens for Tax Justice, 1986
Box   121
Folder   22
Civil rights, Miscellaneous history, 1970, 1987
Box   121
Folder   23
Clergy and Laity Concerned, Civil rights brochure text, 1982
Box   121
Folder   24
Clinton-SOC, undated
Box   121
Folder   25
Coalition for Economic Survival, 1974-1975
Box   121
Folder   26
Coalition for a New Foreign and Military Policy, 1977-1985
Box   121
Folder   27
Coalition for Peace in the Middle East (Louisville), 1991
Box   121
Folder   28
Coalition for a People's Alternative, 1980-1982
Box   121
Folder   29
Coalition to Stop Funding the War, 1973-1974
Box   121
Folder   30
Cobb County, Georgia (Mary Cater paper), 1985
Box   121
Folder   31
Coleman, Al, 1987
Box   121
Folder   32
Coleman, Alfis, (violence in Louisville), 1976
Box   121
Folder   33
Coleman, Louis, 1986-2002
Box   121
Folder   34
Columbus, Christopher, Quincentennary, 1991-1992
Box   121
Folder   35
Committee in Solidarity with the People of El Salvador (CISPES), 1982-1985
Box   121
Folder   36a
Committee for Survival, 1980-1981
Box   121
Folder   36b
Communication Workers Plaza Tenants Union (Nashville), 1977
Box   121
Folder   37
Communist Party, 1972-1995
Box   121
Folder   38
Community Crisis Training Workshop, 1972
Community-labor conferences (SOC)
Box   121
Folder   39
1990 November
Box   122
Folder   1-2
1991, Birmingham
Box   122
Folder   3-4
1992, Baton Rouge
1992, New Orleans
Box   122
Folder   5
Brochure
Box   122
Folder   6
Correspondence
Box   122
Folder   7
Follow-up
Box   122
Folder   8
Funding
Box   122
Folder   9
Grants
Box   122
Folder   10
Packet materials
Box   122
Folder   11
Planning
Box   122
Folder   12
Community stories regarding the environment, 1994
Box   122
Folder   13
Concerned Peoples Coalition, 1977-1978
Box   122
Folder   14
Conference on Coalition Building, 1985
Box   122
Folder   15
Constitutional Convention, 1979
Box   122
Folder   16a
Continental Walk, 1976
Box   122
Folder   16b
Council on Economic Priorities, 1980, 1995
Box   122
Folder   17
Council on Interracial Books for Children, 1982-1983
Box   122
Folder   18
Council on Peacemaking and Religion, 1980-1983
Box   122
Folder   19
Conyers, John (KKK and racial violence), 1980-1981
Box   122
Folder   20
Cuba, 1975
Curtis, Mark, Case
Box   122
Folder   21
Clippings, 1988-1993
Box   122
Folder   22
Defense Committee, 1988-1990
Box   122
Folder   23
Other supporters, 1990-1993
Box   122
Folder   24
Daniels, Ron, 1990-1991
Davis, Angela
Box   122
Folder   25
Louisville rally, 1976
Box   122
Folder   26
Southern support committee, 1971-1975
Davis, Marian, Scholarship Fund (later Davis & Norton Putter)
Correspondence
Box   122
Folder   27-30
1966-1982
Box   123
Folder   1-7
1983-2006, undated
Box   123
Folder   8
Annual reports, 1971-2000
Box   123
Folder   9
Dayspring, 2000
Box   123
Folder   10
D.C. statehood campaign, 1991
Box   123
Folder   11
Dean, Keith and Eugene Harper Case, 1985
Death penalty
Box   123
Folder   12-13
1974-1989
Box   123
Folder   14
Cases, Paper research, 1972, 1985
Box   123
Folder   15
Delta Ministry, 1970-1971, 1982
Box   123
Folder   16
Demarta, Nancy, 1999-2003, undated
Box   123
Folder   17
Denton, Jeremiah, 1981
Box   123
Folder   18
Derby Weekend, 2000
Box   123
Folder   19
Dioxin, 1996
Dombrowski, James
Box   123
Folder   20
General, 1966-1983
Box   123
Folder   21
[Folder not used]
Box   123
Folder   22
Memorial, 1983
Box   123
Folder   23
Douglas, Scott, 1984, undated
Box   123
Folder   24
Draft, 1971-1972, 1980, 1986
Box   123
Folder   25
Drugs, 1989
Box   123
Folder   26
Dube, E. Fred, Case, 1987
Box   123
Folder   27
Duke, David, Senate race, 1990
Box   123
Folder   28
Dunn, Jim, 1986-1989
Box   123
Folder   29
Durr, Cliff and Virginia, 1951-1993
Box   123
Folder   30
East Cherokee Defense League notes, 1997
Box   123
Folder   31
Economic facts, 1979
Box   123
Folder   32
Eddyville Prison, NAACP chapter, 1982
Box   123
Folder   33
Editing tips, undated
Box   124
Folder   1
Elections, 1976, 1980
Box   124
Folder   2
Empower the People Campaign, 1994-1995
Box   124
Folder   3
Environmental Justice Fund, Bylaws
Box   124
Folder   4
Environmental Justice Network, 1995
Environmental Justice Project (SOC)
Box   124
Folder   5
Funding Exchange grants, 1992-1997
Box   124
Folder   6
Grant budgets, 1992-1998
Box   124
Folder   7
Grant application pieces, 2000
Grant proposals
Box   124
Folder   8
“Building the Peoples Movement,” 1995
Box   124
Folder   9
“Building a Southern Community/Labor Movement,” 1992
Box   124
Folder   10
“Consolidating, Expanding, and Deepening,” 1993
Box   124
Folder   11
“Consolidating the Power...,” 1999
Box   124
Folder   12
“The Essential Next Steps,” 1994
Box   124
Folder   13
“Making the Link: The Next Steps,” 1996
Box   124
Folder   14
“Voice of Thunder,” 1996
Box   124
Folder   15
Grants, Miscellaneous
Box   124
Folder   16
Grants, Network development, 1997
Box   124
Folder   17
Literature for proposals
Box   124
Folder   18
Miscellany
Box   124
Folder   19
Packet, 1993
Box   124
Folder   20
Plan (Five-Year Plan), 1995
Box   124
Folder   21
Possible grant attachments, 1992, 2000
Box   124
Folder   22
Principles, 1992
Box   124
Folder   23-24
Reports, 1992-2002
Box   124
Folder   25-26
Working group, 1994-1995
Box   124
Folder   27
Environmental Research Foundation, 1996
Box   124
Folder   28
Environmental Protection Agency, 1992-1998
Box   124
Folder   31
Episcopal Peace Fellowship, 1972-1974
Box   124
Folder   29
Equal Justice Information Center (Louisville), 1974
Box   124
Folder   30
Equal Rights Congress, 1977-1979
Box   124
Folder   32
Evans, Larry, 1990, undated
Box   124
Folder   33
Eyes on the Prize, 1984-1987
Box   124
Folder   34
Fair Budget Action, 1981-1983
Box   124
Folder   35
“Farm economics,” 1976
Farm workers
Box   124
Folder   36
Cincinnati, 1973-1974
Box   124
Folder   37
General, 1972-1985
Box   124
Folder   38
Farris, Carl, 1974-1979
Box   124
Folder   39
FBI/CIA, 1975-1978
Box   124
Folder   40
Federation of Southern Cooperatives, 1980-1993
Box   124
Folder   41
Feed the People, 1976-1977
Box   124
Folder   42a
Feliciano, Carlos, undated
Box   124
Folder   42b
Feminist Women's Health Center (Tallahassee), 1980
Box   124
Folder   43
Financial Democracy Campaign, 1989-1992
Box   124
Folder   44
Finlator, Rev. W. W., 1976, 1992
Box   124
Folder   45
First Amendment, SNCC, 1987
Box   124
Folder   46
Florida Alliance, 1974-1975
Box   124
Folder   47
Florida prisoners, 1971, 1981-1982
Box   125
Folder   1
Ford, Austin (about Emmaus House in Atlanta), 1972
Box   125
Folder   2
Forman, James, 1967-1992
Box   125
Folder   3
Fosl, Cate (Anne Braden biographer), 1990-2002
Box   125
Folder   4
Foster, Ewen, Mailing list, circa 1983
Box   125
Folder   5
Freedom of Information Act, 1979-1982
Box   125
Folder   6
Freedom Summer, 1979
Box   125
Folder   7
Friends of the Filipino People, 1974-1982
Box   125
Folder   8
Fund for Open Information and Accountability, 1979-1982
Box   125
Folder   9
Fund for Southern Communities, 1989-1998
Box   125
Folder   10
Funding Exchange, 1981-1989
Box   125
Folder   11
Furniture workers, 1981-1993
Box   125
Folder   12
Gather, Donnie, circa 1984
Box   125
Folder   13
Gay rights, 1978
Box   125
Folder   14
Gelders, Joe, Anne Braden biographical project, 1969-1978
Box   125
Folder   15
Genesee Valley Citizens for Peace, 1973-1985
Box   125
Folder   16
Germany (CARL BRADEN contacts and trip), 1973-1975
Box   125
Folder   17
GI Coffeehouse, 1970-1971
Box   125
Folder   18
Gingrich, Newt (in Louisville), 1998
Box   125
Folder   19
“Good Quotes,” undated
Goodman, Carolyn
Box   125
Folder   20
1983-1989
Box   125
Folder   21
Freedom Summer, 1994
Box   125
Folder   22
Graham, Ernest and Eugene Allen case, undated
Box   125
Folder   23
Grand juries, 1971-1979
Grant, Jim
Box   125
Folder   24-27
General correspondence, 1969-1979
Box   125
Folder   28
Legal documents, 1972-1973
Box   125
Folder   29
Gray, Heather, 1990
Box   125
Folder   30
Gray, Willie, 1990, 1991
Box   125
Folder   31
Gray Panthers, 1985-1987
Box   125
Folder   32
Green Movement, 1992
Box   125
Folder   33
Greenpeace, 1996
Box   125
Folder   34
Greene County (about Alabama Black Belt cases), 1998
Greensboro
Box   126
Folder   1-4
General correspondence, 1979-1983, undated
Box   126
Folder   5
Amicus briefs, 1984-1985
Box   126
Folder   6
Chavis paper, 1979
Box   126
Folder   7
Communist Workers Party, 1979-1989
Greensboro Justice Fund
Box   126
Folder   8-9
General, 1981-1985, 2001
Box   126
Folder   10
SOC grants, 1989-2004
Box   126
Folder   11
Miscellany, 1980-1999, undated
Box   126
Folder   12
Trial stories, 1985, undated
Box   126
Folder   13
Guest books, undated
Gulf Coast Tenant Leadership Project
Box   126
Folder   14
Clippings, 1983-1987
Box   126
Folder   15
Campaign for Human Development, 1983-1987
Box   126
Folder   16
Correspondence, 1983-1994
Box   126
Folder   17
Environment, 1988-1992
Box   126
Folder   18
Grants, 1983-1994
Box   126
Folder   19
Housing, 1983-1987
Box   126
Folder   20
Minutes, 1983-1984
Box   126
Folder   21
Miscellany, undated
Box   126
Folder   22
Shadowbrook (Pascagoula), 1983
Box   126
Folder   23
Gunn, Howard, case, 1984
Box   126
Folder   24
Haitian refugees, 1974, 1981-1987
Hamer, Fannie Lou
Box   126
Folder   25
Convention, 1988
Box   126
Folder   26
Death, 1977
Box   126
Folder   27
Hamlet, North Carolina, 1991-1992
Box   126
Folder   28
Hand, Judy, Correspondence, 1978-1992
Box   126
Folder   29
Harlan, Kentucky (Save Georgetown), 1974-1975
Box   126
Folder   30
Harris, Fred J., Louisville case, 1979-1984
Harris, Johnny “Imani”
Box   126
Folder   31
Clippings, 1978-1989
Box   127
Folder   1
Flyers, circa 1983-1987
Box   127
Folder   2
General papers, 1978-1987
Box   127
Folder   3
National Alliance support, 1983-1988
Box   127
Folder   4
Hatcher, Eddie, 1989
Box   127
Folder   5
“Hate & nut mail,” 1973-1976, undated
Box   127
Folder   6
Haven House, 1998
Box   127
Folder   7
Hazen Foundation, 1993-1995
Box   127
Folder   8
Healthcare, 1993-2000
Box   127
Folder   9
Help Us Make a Nation (HUMAN), 1980-1985
Highlander
Box   127
Folder   10
General correspondence, 1975-1995
Box   127
Folder   11
Economic environmental report, 1990
Box   127
Folder   12
Myles Horton birthday, 2005
Box   127
Folder   13
Hightower, Jim, 1990
Box   127
Folder   14
Hines, Tommy Lee, 1978
Box   127
Folder   15
Hispanic issues, undated
Box   127
Folder   16
Hiss, Alger (brief Anne Braden note), 1976
Box   127
Folder   17a
Hodes, Jane, Donation to collection
Box   127
Folder   17b
Hodes, Robert, 1978
Box   127
Folder   18
Holsaert, Faith, 1983-1991
Holtzclaw, Brian, case
Box   127
Folder   19-20
Briefs, 1995-1996
Box   127
Folder   21
Correspondence, 1995
Box   127
Folder   22
EPA briefs, 1995
Box   127
Folder   23
Mailing lists, 1994-1995
Box   127
Folder   24
Partial transcript, undated
Box   127
Folder   25
SOC involvement, 1994-1998
Box   127
Folder   26
State of Kentucky case, 1995
Box   127
Folder   27
Stipulations, declarations, 1995
Box   127
Folder   28
Honey, Mike, 1983-1994
Box   127
Folder   29
Horsley, Al, case, 1983
Box   127
Folder   30
Hospital workers, 1977-1983, undated
Box   127
Folder   31
Housing, 1979-1989
Box   127
Folder   32
Houston 12, 1973-1975
Box   127
Folder   33
Human-i-Tees, SOC grant, 1995
Box   127
Folder   34
Humphrey-Hawkins Bill, undated
Box   127
Folder   35
Hunt, Daryl, 1985
Box   127
Folder   36
Hurder, Alex, KKK article, 1980
Box   127
Folder   37
Illinois South Project, 1974-1976
Box   127
Folder   38
“In the Public Interest,” undated
Box   127
Folder   39
Incinerator (Louisville issue), 1991
Box   127
Folder   40
Ingram, Rosa Lee, case, 1989
Box   127
Folder   41
Institute for Southern Studies, 1982-1994
Box   127
Folder   42
Intelligence (government), 1980
Box   128
Folder   1
Inter-Religious Foundation for Community Organization, 1973-1988
Box   128
Folder   2
International Study Days for a Society Overcoming Domination, 1977
Box   128
Folder   3
International Women's Year/Days, 1977-1987
Box   128
Folder   4
Interview notes, 1997
Box   128
Folder   5
Interview proposal, 1999
Box   128
Folder   6
Ittleson Foundation, 1992-1996
Jackson, Jesse
Presidential campaign, 1984
Box   128
Folder   7
General papers
Box   128
Folder   8
Braden correspondence, 1983-1984
Box   128
Folder   9
Kentucky campaign
Box   128
Folder   10
National campaign
Box   128
Folder   11
Organizing in white communities
Presidential campaign, 1988
Box   128
Folder   12-13
Clippings
Box   128
Folder   14
Issue briefs
Kentucky campaign
Box   128
Folder   15
Braden letters
Box   128
Folder   16
General campaign papers
Box   128
Folder   17
Campaign literature
Box   128
Folder   18-19
Outreach efforts