Anna Holden Papers, 1946-1999

Container Title
Audio 810A
Series: Tape Recordings
Radio interview between Anna Holden and Stanley Gartenhaus, 1964 September 6
Scope and Content Note: Regarding Holden's work in CORE and civil rights, and her professional activities as a research sociologist dealing with desegregation studies in the South. Other topics of discussion include the Washington Chapter of CORE, and the expulsion of Julius Hobson.
Charlottesville/Civil Rights Commission meeting, circa 1967 or 1968
Scope and Content Note: Tapes of a closed meeting of U.S. Commission on Civil Rights staff members with city and school officials, students, and PTA leaders of the Charlottesville and Albemarle County, Virginia school districts. Meeting was called for the purpose of information-gathering for a Commission report illustrating the work of the school system. In 5 parts, on 4 reels of tape.