Robert S. Gabriner Papers, 1961-1981 (bulk 1965-1979)

Container Title
Part 1 (Mss 546, Audio 956A, Micro 2119, Micro 2120, Micro 2121): Original Collection, 1944-1976
Physical Description: 35.6 c.f. (24 record center cartons, 30 archives boxes), 60 reels of microfilm (35 mm), and 7 tape recordings 
Scope and Content Note

The records of SEDFRE document three major program areas: administration, including records of the scholarship fund; the leadership development program; and the legal department. The relationship between CORE and SEDF, and the growing differences, subsequent split, and formation of SEDFRE, are illustrated in the correspondence of Marvin Rich and of Carl Rachlin. The files are arranged in three paper series, which overlap to some degree, plus a final series of tape recordings.

SEDFRE's ADMINISTRATIVE FILES consist of the papers of executive director Marvin Rich, with a few items from the tenure of Ronnie Moore. Although almost every aspect of SEDFRE's programs is illustrated in the Administrative Files, much of the documentation yields little of real value to the historical researcher. For the most part, the Administrative Files are arranged so as to retain their original order and folder titles, with minor changes made where necessary for clarity.

Organizational records of SEDFRE consist of complete files of minutes of board meetings from November 1962 to May 1964, with scattered numbers through 1969; an annual report, 1973; by-laws, 1965, with undated policy statements; and files of administrative records of CORE and of its National Action Council. There is a substantial quantity of general correspondence of Marvin Rich, and a much smaller file of letters of Ronnie Moore, with related organizations, CORE administrative officers, and SEDFRE staff and contributors. Marvin Rich handled much of the correspondence regarding solicitation of contributions; these letters are present in his files, together with those pertaining to SEDFRE's various projects and programs, and routine and administrative correspondence. After 1968 Rich's correspondence is primarily administrative in nature. Much of the correspondence between the executive director, members of his staff, and contributors and staff of the legal defense department, has been filed under the name of the writer or department. Therefore, within the legal department files are located copies of incoming and outgoing correspondence between Rich and Carl Rachlin, and between Rich and the many attorneys retained by SEDFRE to work in the South. Most of the letters primarily deal with financial arrangements between the organization and the attorney and with the costs of legal work.

SEDFRE's scholarship program is documented by files of applications, rejected applications, financial statements, inquiries, and counseling records, as well as records of the scholarship committee and its administrator, Nanette Sachs. Unfortunately, these files tell little about the selection process employed by the committee.

As SEDFRE's underlying purpose was to seek funds for CORE and SEDFRE projects, there is a considerable amount of fund-raising material within the Administrative Files. There are an abundance of contribution acknowledgements, both to the foundations and to individuals, which reveal where SEDFRE's funds originated. There are also budget and financial reports, 1965-1966; loan records, 1965; records of SEDFRE disbursements, bank deposits, and bills of the legal department; and records of SEDFRE's accountant. For the most part, these files are rather routine in nature, and somewhat disappointing in their content. An example of an organized SEDFRE fund-raising campaign is found in the files of the proposed periodical, Free and Equal. Other fund-raising efforts included the annual Artists for CORE (later, Artists for SEDF) exhibition and sale of works of leading American artists, and the Economy Thrift Shop in New York, which sold donated items and produced profits for over two years.

SEDFRE also participated in a number of civil-rights projects, particularly in the South, which are documented in the Administrative Files. Following the 1964 murder of civil rights workers James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner in Mississippi, SEDFRE took an active role in planning a memorial community center in Meridian, Mississippi. The files include proposals for the Center, fund-raising and financial papers, correspondence, and architectural plans for the structure. Within the collection are correspondence, news releases, and clippings relating to their deaths; a copy of Schwerner's original application to work for CORE; a memorial anniversary program and other commemorative material. Also present are drafts, notes and correspondence for the book, They Shall Overcome, sponsored by SEDF, including letters between Marvin Rich and author Saul Bellow, who wrote the introduction to the book.

Other SEDFRE projects illustrated in the Administrative Files include the Citizenship Education Project and Workshops conducted in Louisiana, northern Florida, South Carolina, and Georgia, which were designed to encourage blacks to register to vote. The Community Development Fellow-ship Program is represented by correspondence, reports, and applications of the students who were actively sought by SEDFRE to conduct local voter registration drives in the South. The Newark, New Jersey Welfare Rights Project was a one-year demonstration program, 1967-1968, designed to produce and make available a comprehensive body of information for welfare recipients and those who worked with them. These files include general reference material, the Newark Welfare Rights Handbook, and correspondence and papers of Shirley Lacy, project director.

The files of the LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM of SEDFRE largely consist of the records of Ronnie Moore, head of the program and his staff. The development of the program can be seen in the files of the Program's prospectus and papers, the records of the Advisory Committee, reports, and general and specific files of Moore's correspondence. A major portion of this series includes applications, training designs and plans, evaluations, and correspondence regarding the leadership development work-shops sponsored by SEDFRE. The Neighborhood Action Institute in Gary, Indiana, is a particularly well-documented example of a city-wide organization established by SEDFRE to conduct workshops for a variety of professionals, government officials, businesspeople, and the general public. The files also illustrate the initiation of the program in Gary, the development of the training programs, and the financial aspects of conducting the workshops. Similar, although more fragmentary, material may be found in the files of workshops held by local CORE organizations, and by other organizations which cooperated with SEDFRE in conducting workshops. The Citizenship Education Workshops noted above in the description of the Administrative Files are also represented in the files of the Leadership Development Program, by applications, evaluations of the workshops, reports, and training programs.

The subject files of the Leadership Development staff include materials used in the development and preparation of their programs. There are folders on career training, narcotics education, community organizing, welfare rights, police-community relations, the Poor People's Campaign, the Puerto Rican Community Development Project, employment programs, and others. Documentation includes correspondence with staff from other projects, internal memoranda and notes, questionnaires, reports, and printed and near-print materials.

The records of SEDFRE's LEGAL DEPARTMENT are the most numerous in the collection, consisting of the private and professional correspondence of Carl Rachlin; general correspondence of the department, most of which was written by Rachlin; general administrative records; files of correspondence with and papers of other civil rights, civil liberties, and legal organizations and projects; extensive case files concerning legal cases litigated by SEDFRE; case files from numerous civil rights cases not conducted by SEDFRE, which were kept for reference and research purposes; complaints and requests to SEDFRE for legal assistance; housing and rent strike cases; papers from undeveloped legal cases; files of documents from New York City fair hearings: personal, professional, and reference papers of Rachlin: and legal department reference files.

Carl Rachlin's personal and professional correspondence, arranged in chronological order, consists of letters written as CORE general counsel; personal letters written as CORE general counsel; personal letters to friends and acquaintances, many of whom were also involved in civil rights work or who were attorneys; and correspondence regarding his speaking engagements, articles, and book reviews. There is a folder of correspondence from February - March 1967, between Rachlin and Floyd McKissick, national director of CORE, in which are discussed Rachlin's resignation as CORE general counsel (November 30, 1966), the history of the CORE-SEDF relationship, financial responsibilities and problems, and other items which contributed to the break between CORE and SEDF and led to the organization of SEDFRE. Like the general correspondence of the legal department which follows it, Rachlin's correspondence has been retained as a separate entity, as arranged by the legal department staff. As a result, there is some overlap between the two correspondence subseries, and the researcher should check both portions.

General correspondence consists of letters written by the legal department, primarily by Rachlin, but also by Steven Nagler, Richard Klein, Steven Schlakman, and other staff assistants. The correspondence has been arranged by individual, organization, activity, or topic, and is in chronological order within each category. Much of the correspondence concerns cases in litigation or legal action contemplated by SEDFRE, or discusses situations out of SEDFRE's jurisdiction but of general interest to civil rights groups. There are also files of correspondence and related material pertaining to the general operation of the department, such as files on the employment of law students, fund-raising, postal permits and rules, and requests for information.

The general administrative records of the department include annual reports, 1964-1968; program reports and prospectuses; an audit, 1963, and other financial records; information concerning bequests to CORE; CORE constitutions and minutes of CORE's National Action Committee and national conventions; contact lists; law students reports and research memoranda; and personnel files. Papers of both CORE and SEDF legal projects are found in these files; no attempt was made to alter their original integrated state. The involvement of law students and summer legal interns in the work of the department is clearly seen in many files of this subseries. Also present are correspondence, papers presented, and other documentation from the annual legal conferences sponsored by CORE from 1964-1966, as well as notes, correspondence, and memoranda from a meeting of CORE attorneys regarding civil rights in Louisiana, about 1964; records of a December 1964 Southwest Regional Conference; and reports of trips made by Carl Rachlin to various places in the South to assist with legal work or the presentation of a case.

The legal department's records of its cooperation with other organizations and activities include correspondence, memoranda, minutes, newsletters, reports, and other papers from various civil rights and civil liberties groups interested in legal services for civil rights workers and minority citizens. There are also folders concerning groups in which Carl Rachlin maintained a personal interest, such as the American Jewish Congress. In addition, there are files on projects or groups which SEDFRE assisted or supported, and conferences sponsored by the legal department. Folders with general or topical headings contain correspondence, reports, notes, and printed material pertaining to the topic, apparently created by Carl Rachlin or the SEDFRE attorneys in the South in response to discriminatory situations or requests by local groups. Among these topics are the desegregation of Cambridge, Maryland swimming pools; Cordele, Georgia public housing; employment discrimination at the East Orange, New Jersey Veterans Hospital; Florida school suspensions; racial discrimination at the University of Massachusetts; school desegregation in Gadsden County, Florida; and voter registration in South Carolina.

The major portion of this series is comprised of the legal case files, which are divided into several sections. The largest, consisting of case files of litigation undertaken by SEDFRE through its staff attorneys, or in conjunction with other civil rights groups, has been placed first, and fills boxes 34-44. Within the files, alphabetically-arranged by case, are legal papers, correspondence pertaining to the case, notes taken by the attorneys and student researchers, clippings, and legal citations and other reference material, all in chronological order in each category. Most of the cases involve CORE civil rights workers in the South, cases brought against CORE itself, and various civil rights “test” cases (i.e. testing the availability of public accommodations; federal school desegregation, equal opportunities, and voting rights legislation). Other cases pertain to welfare rights, housing and employment discrimination, and public accommodations in northern urban areas, and the many arrests and legal action stemming from the civil rights demonstrations at the 1964 New York World's Fair. There are several folders pertaining to desegregation of public schools in Louisiana; many of which are listed by the title of the individual case, while material regarding undeveloped cases or cases which could not be identified is filed with section entitled “Other Legal Cases.” Additional significant cases include the State of Louisiana vs. B. Elton Cox (and Cox vs. Louisiana), Robert L. Pierson vs. J. L. Ray (Freedom Riders arrested in Mississippi), and the suit brought by New York City police officer Thomas R. Gilligan against James Farmer and CORE (Gilligan's shooting of James Power triggered the 1964 Harlem riots; Farmer's comments regarding Gilligan caused him to sue for libel).

Other Legal Cases (Boxes 44-45) include similar material, but in these instances much of the material appeared to be collected by SEDFRE for reference use, or illustrate cases where SEDFRE or CORE filed an “amicus curiae” brief in the matter. These cases are arranged in a fashion similar to those described above. Other portions of the legal department files include complaints to SEDFRE and requests for help, particularly from the New York City area. Following the 1964 race riots in Harlem, SEDFRE received numerous complaints of police brutality, in the form of letters, notes, signed complaints, and telephone messages; these form a substantial portion of this sub-series. Other subjects of complaints were housing, welfare, unions and labor, Armed Forces discrimination, and the conditions at Attica State Prison.

Similar types of documentation may be found in the subseries entitled “Housing and Rent Strikes” and “Undeveloped Cases;” in each are located legal papers, correspondence, handwritten notes, and items presented in support of a legal claim. Most of the files are of a fragmentary nature.

The papers concerning fair hearing includes the legal documents from the hearings, together with correspondence and notes, all arranged in alphabetical order by the name of the individual involved. “Fair hearings” were employed in the disposition of New York City welfare cases, and the subseries also includes copies of fair hearings rules, regulations, and analyses of these rules. Also present are case notes, hearing requests, correspondence and other documents.

Personal papers of Carl Rachlin, excluding correspondence for the most part, follow the administrative records of the legal department. There is one folder containing a few personal documents and legal papers, and several folders of published articles, drafts, and notes; and speeches written by Rachlin, and printed copies of his testimony before Congressional committees. Most of the writings and speeches deal with civil rights law, law in general, community action, and labor law. In 1968 Rachlin taught a seminar on the legal dimensions of current civil rights problems at the University of Wisconsin Summer Institute of Behavioral Science and Law. Also in the subseries are a few folders of legal papers and correspondence from Rachlin's personal law practice, which he apparently conducted, albeit at a reduced level, during his tenure with SEDFRE. Other activities of Rachlin during this period are documented in the following section, together with a small personal reference file. From 1967 to 1969, Rachlin served on the American Bar Association's Subcommittee on the Continuing Gap (between the promise and reality of civil rights laws). With the papers of the Subcommittee are the final report and draft, membership lists, correspondence, minutes, reports, and reference material. Apparently the Subcommittee requested back-ground information regarding civil rights laws and compliance from several states throughout the country; this material is also present in the collection. Rachlin's general reference files include copies and analyses of the several civil rights laws, confidentiality of records, federal bail practices, and foodstamp programs. Also present is a small folder of Rachlin's personal financial records.

The final portion of this series consists of the legal department's general reference files, collected by the staff for research use. A variety of topics and subjects may be found in the files, which include printed and near-print material; News clippings and articles; writings, notes, and drafts of position papers and statements; and similar items.

TAPE RECORDINGS in the collection are miscellaneous in nature. They include four stereonetts/labeled “Gilligan” (Gilligan, Thomas R. vs. James Farmer, CORE, et al., legal case, 1964-1968). On tape are the second draft of an article for the Minnesota Bar Journal, a discussion of an article about lawyers and civil rights; dictated correspondence, including a letter about a client who was denied welfare; a discussion about the use of law student help and the needs of such students; and a discussion of Israel's union ownership of the means of production. It is unclear how much, if any, of the tape recordings pertain directly to the Gilligan case. Rather, the tapes may have been made in Carl Rachlin's office and as such, reflect usual professional, office, and personal concerns. One tape records an unidentified speaker discussing non-violence, civil rights, and nuclear disarmament, while two other tapes record a two-hour radio show, “Are the Civil Rights Groups Communist Influenced?” The radio show, hosted by Haywood Vincent and broadcast over WNAZ, Albany, New York, May 25, 1964, presented an interview with Mrs. Julia Brown, a volunteer FBI informant. Mrs. Brown expressed her viewpoints and experiences in the civil rights movement, based on her nine years as an informant, and her belief that Martin Luther King Jr., and other civil rights leaders were “Communist dupes” and inciters of riots. The second reel includes reactions of call-in listeners.

Mss 546 / Micro 2119
Series: Administrative Files
Box/Folder   1/1
Reel   1
Aelony, Zev, CORE Task Force, Americus, Georgia, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   1/2
Reel   1 (continued)
AFL-CIO, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   1/3
Reel   1 (continued)
Americans for Democratic Action (Carla Cohen), 1967-1968
Box/Folder   1/4
Reel   1 (continued)
Annual reports, 1971, 1973
Box/Folder   1/5
Reel   1 (continued)
Board meetings - minutes and financial statements, 1962-1967, 1969
Box/Folder   1/6
Reel   1 (continued)
Broadway Answers Selma Committee (Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith), 1965
Box/Folder   1/7
Reel   1 (continued)
Brochures, undated
Box/Folder   1/8
Reel   1 (continued)
Brown, William E., SEDFRE Field Worker, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   1/9
Reel   1 (continued)
By-laws, 1965
Box/Folder   1/9
Reel   1 (continued)
Policy statements, undated
Chaney, James; Goodman, Andrew; and Schwerner, Michael, Deaths and Meridian, Mississippi Community Center
Box/Folder   1/10
Reel   1 (continued)
Schwerner application to CORE (copy), 1963
Box/Folder   1/10
Reel   1 (continued)
Clippings, press release and news summaries, 1964
Box/Folder   1/11
Reel   1 (continued)
Memorial Anniversary Program and Commemorative Period, 1965
Box/Folder   1/12-13
Reel   1 (continued)
They Shall Overcome memorial book: correspondence, memos and drafts, 1965
Community Center
Box/Folder   1/14
Reel   1 (continued)
COFO field staff reports and proposals, 1964
Box/Folder   1/15
Reel   1 (continued)
Fundraising, finances and sponsors, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   1/16
Reel   1 (continued)
Proposals, organization and plans for center, 1964-1965
Mss 546
Box/Folder   1/17
Child Development Group of Mississippi, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   1/18
Citizenship Education Project, Louisiana and North Florida, 1964-1965
Mss 546 / Micro 2119
Box/Folder   2/1
Reel   2
Citizenship Education Workshop, South Carolina, 1966; Georgia, , 1967
Box/Folder   2/2-3
Reel   2 (continued)
Community Development Fellowship Program and Report, 1965
Box/Folder   2/4
Reel   2 (continued)
Conference on Negro Unemployment and Job Opportunity, proposal, undated
Box/Folder   2/5
Reel   2 (continued)
“A CORE Charge to the White House Conference,” 1965 November 17-18
Box/Folder   2/6
Reel   2 (continued)
CORE Committee of Inquiry - testimony regarding police brutality in the South from 1960 to 1962, 1962 May 25
Box/Folder   2/7
Reel   2 (continued)
CORE constitution, by-laws, descriptions of CORE's departments, organizational manual
Box/Folder   2/8
Reel   2 (continued)
CORE Southern Education Project, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   2/9
Reel   2 (continued)
CORE Southern Regional Office, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   2/10
Reel   2 (continued)
Delta Ministry reports and correspondence, 1967
Box/Folder   2/11
Reel   2 (continued)
Encampment for Citizenship, 1969
Box/Folder   2/12
Reel   2 (continued)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   2/13
Reel   2 (continued)
Felder, James (Technical Assistance Program) correspondence and papers, 1969
Financial records
Bank deposit memos
Box/Folder   2/14-16
Reel   2 (continued)
1963-1966 August
Box/Folder   3/1
Reel   3
1966 September-December
Box/Folder   3/2
Reel   3 (continued)
S. Appleton's file, 1962-1965
Box/Folder   3/3
Reel   3 (continued)
Bank statements and cancelled checks, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   3/4
Reel   3 (continued)
Banking agreements, 1962-1964
Box/Folder   3/5
Reel   3 (continued)
Bills outstanding (CORE legal department) - correspondence and lists, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   3/6-7
Reel   3 (continued)
Budgets and financial reports, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   3/8
Reel   3 (continued)
Loan records, 1965
Box/Folder   3/9
Reel   3 (continued)
Records of Samuel Perelson, SEDFRE accountant, 1965-1968
Records of disbursements
Box/Folder   3/10
Reel   3 (continued)
1963-1964
Box/Folder   4/1
Reel   3 (continued)
1965-1966
Box/Folder   4/2
Reel   4
Tax exemption materials, 1964-1965
Free and Equal
Box/Folder   4/3
Reel   4 (continued)
Disbursements, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   4/4
Reel   4 (continued)
Foundation appeals, 1964
Box/Folder   4/5
Reel   4 (continued)
Prospectuses and related material, 1964
Fundraising
Acknowledgements to Contributors
Box/Folder   4/6-8
Reel   4 (continued)
1965-1969
Box/Folder   5/1-2
Reel   4 (continued)
1970 January-September
Artists for CORE
Box/Folder   5/3-5
Reel   4 (continued)
Exhibition and sale - financial and related records, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   5/6
Reel   5
Lists of artists and correspondence, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   5/7
Reel   5 (continued)
Artists for SEDF - financial and related records, 1967
Box/Folder   5/8
Reel   5 (continued)
Katrina McCormick Barnes cocktail party, 1965 April 13
Box/Folder   5/9
Reel   5 (continued)
Katrina McCormick Barnes reception, 1965 April 15
Box/Folder   5/10
Reel   5 (continued)
Beaumont Foundation, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   5/11
Reel   5 (continued)
Bequests to CORE, 1964
Box/Folder   5/12
Reel   5 (continued)
Contributors lists, 1964-1966
Economy Thrift Shop
Box/Folder   6/1
Reel   5 (continued)
Correspondence and financial records, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   6/2-9
Reel   5 (continued)
Sales records, 1965 October-1967 July
Box/Folder   6/10
Reel   5 (continued)
Sales tax returns, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   6/11
Reel   5 (continued)
Fain, Irving, 1967-1969
Box/Folder   6/12
Reel   5 (continued)
Foundation scholarship appeals, 1965 Spring
Box/Folder   7/1
Reel   5 (continued)
Foundations and individuals, 1962-1965
Box/Folder   7/2
Reel   5 (continued)
Rabinowitz Foundation, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   7/3
Reel   5 (continued)
Sample form letters (SEDFRE and CORE)
Box/Folder   7/4
Reel   5 (continued)
Taconic Foundation, 1968
Box/Folder   7/5
Reel   5 (continued)
Fusco, Liz, 1967
Box/Folder   7/6
Reel   5 (continued)
Gartner, Alan - Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, New York, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   7/7
Reel   5 (continued)
Histadrut House - trip to Israel, 1967-1969
Box/Folder   7/8
Reel   5 (continued)
Holden, Anna, 1966
Box/Folder   7/9
Reel   5 (continued)
Iberville Industrial Voters League, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   7/10
Reel   5 (continued)
Incorporation papers and IRS exemption application (SEDF), 1962-1963
Box/Folder   7/11
Reel   5 (continued)
Institute of Community Studies, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   7/12
Reel   5 (continued)
International Ladies' Garment Workers Union, 1962
Box/Folder   7/13
Reel   5 (continued)
Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization, 1966-1969
Box/Folder   7/14
Reel   5 (continued)
Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee (ACLU), 1965-1967
Box/Folder   7/15
Reel   6
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1968, 1970
Box/Folder   7/16
Reel   6 (continued)
Leadership development - correspondence, plans, reference materials, 1963-1966, undated
Box/Folder   7/17
Reel   6 (continued)
League for Industrial Democracy, 1966-1969
Legal Defense Department
Box/Folder   8/1
Reel   6 (continued)
Bell, Murphy W., 1962-1968
Box/Folder   8/2
Reel   6 (continued)
Brewer, Bradley, 1965
Box/Folder   8/3-4
Reel   6 (continued)
Collins, Douglas and Elie, 1961-1969 July
Box/Folder   8/5-8
Reel   6 (continued)/7
Due, John J., 1963-1968, undated
Box/Folder   9/1
Reel   7 (continued)
Finney, Ernest, 1965-1969
Box/Folder   9/2
Reel   7 (continued)
Miscellaneous correspondence and papers, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   9/3
Reel   7 (continued)
Miscellaneous legal expenses, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   9/4
Reel   7 (continued)
Nagler, Stephen M., 1965-1968
Box/Folder   9/5
Reel   7 (continued)
Politan, N. H., 1963
Box/Folder   9/6-7
Reel   7 (continued)/8
Rachlin, Carl, 1964-1967
Box/Folder   9/8
Reel   8 (continued)
Schiffer, George, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   9/9
Reel   8 (continued)
Seidenberg, Faith, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   9/10
Reel   8 (continued)
Simon, Tobias, 1962-1965
Box/Folder   9/11
Reel   8 (continued)
Zalon, Jules, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   10/1
Reel   8 (continued)
McKissick, Floyd B., 1966-1967
Box/Folder   10/2
Reel   8 (continued)
Marshall, Bratter, Greene, Allison and Tucker, 1965-1970
Box/Folder   10/3
Reel   8 (continued)
Materials Development Program, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   10/4
Reel   8 (continued)
Miscellaneous correspondence, 1963-1965
Miscellaneous organizations
Box/Folder   10/5
Reel   8 (continued)
American Jewish Committee, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   10/6
Reel   8 (continued)
Mutual Real Estate Investment Trust, 1970-1971
Box/Folder   10/7
Reel   8 (continued)
Other, 1968-1970
Mississippi rural field worker papers
Box/Folder   10/8
Reel   8 (continued)
Applications and notes, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   10/9
Reel   9
Reports of James N. Mays, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   10/10
Reel   9 (continued)
Moore, Ronnie (Executive Director) - correspondence and mailings; and Rich, Marvin (President), 1968-1976
Box/Folder   10/11
Reel   9 (continued)
National Action Council (CORE) - memos and reports, 1962-1965
Box/Folder   11/1
Reel   9 (continued)
National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   11/2
Reel   9 (continued)
National Conference of Black School Board Members, 1969
Box/Folder   11/3-4
Reel   9 (continued)
National School Board Members Conference, 1968
Box/Folder   11/5
Reel   9 (continued)
National School Board Seminar, 1967
Box/Folder   11/6
Reel   10
National Welfare Rights Organization, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   11/7-8
Reel   10 (continued)
Newsletter and drafts, 1965-1966, 1969-1971, 1973
Box/Folder   11/9
Reel   10 (continued)
New York CORE, 1960-1962
Box/Folder   11/10
Reel   10 (continued)
New York School decentralization, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   12/1
Reel   10 (continued)
New York State Constitutional Convention, 1967
Box/Folder   12/2
Reel   10 (continued)
New York Times, 1966-1967
Newark, New Jersey Welfare Rights Project
Box/Folder   12/3
Reel   10 (continued)
General papers, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   12/4
Reel   10 (continued)
Newark Welfare Rights Handbook, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   12/5
Reel   10 (continued)
Correspondence of Shirley Lacy, 1968
Box/Folder   12/6
Reel   10 (continued)
Papers of Shirley Lacy, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   12/7
Reel   10 (continued)
News clippings, 1963-1969
Box/Folder   12/8
Reel   10 (continued)
North Florida Legal Services Program, 1966
Box/Folder   12/9
Reel   10 (continued)
Office procedures (CORE), 1965
Box/Folder   12/10
Reel   10 (continued)
Pearson, Drew - SEDFRE/CIA affiliation, 1967
Box/Folder   12/11
Reel   10 (continued)
Poor People's Corporation, 1966
Box/Folder   12/12
Reel   10 (continued)
Program development (Alan Gartner), 1966
Box/Folder   12/13
Reel   10 (continued)
Purpose and program of SEDF, 1964-1965
Rich, Marvin (Executive Director)
Correspondence
Box/Folder   12/14-16
Reel   10 (continued)/11
1956-1965
Box/Folder   13/1-5
Reel   11 (continued)
1966-1970 November, undated
Box/Folder   13/6-7
Reel   12
Legal correspondence, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   14/1
Reel   12 (continued)
Staff memos, 1966 March-1968 December
Box/Folder   14/2
Reel   12 (continued)
Ruleville Cooperative, 1963
Box/Folder   14/3
Reel   12 (continued)
Sachs, Nanette (Scholarships Administrator), 1963-1964
Box/Folder   14/4-5
Reel   12 (continued)
Scholarship Committee (Nanette Sachs), 1964-1968
Scholarships
Applications
Box/Folder   14/6-9
Reel   12 (continued)
Abernathy-Foster
Mss 546
Box/Folder   15/1-6
Franklin-Porter
Box/Folder   16/1-4
Porter-Wyen
Box/Folder   16/5
1963 December-1965 March
Box/Folder   16/6
1969 Fall
Box/Folder   16/7
Counseling, 1966 Summer
Box/Folder   16/8
Financial statements of students, 1966 Spring
Inquiries
Box/Folder   16/9
1963 December-1965 April
Box/Folder   17/1-5
1965 May-1967 July
Mss 546 / Micro 2119
Box/Folder   18/1-3
Reel   12 (continued)
1967 August-1971 March
Box/Folder   18/4-5
Reel   12 (continued)
Rejections, 1967 Fall, 1968 Fall
Box/Folder   18/6
Reel   12 (continued)
Legal scholarships, 1968
Box/Folder   18/7
Reel   12 (continued)
Schwartz, Richard J., 1966-1969
Box/Folder   18/8
Reel   12 (continued)
Smith, Jerome, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   18/9
Reel   12 (continued)
Social Welfare Planning Council, New Orleans, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   18/10
Reel   12 (continued)
Southern Regional Council, Voter Education Project, 1966-1969
Box/Folder   18/11
Reel   12 (continued)
Southwest Alabama Farmers Cooperative Association, 1969
Box/Folder   18/12
Reel   12 (continued)
Trenton High School case study, 1968
Box/Folder   19/1
Reel   12 (continued)
Trenton High School case study - questionnaires and report drafts, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   19/2
Reel   13
United Automobile Workers Union, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   19/3
Reel   13 (continued)
U.S. Commission on Civil Rights Racial Isolation Conference, 1967
Box/Folder   19/4
Reel   13 (continued)
Upper Park Avenue Community Association (Marvin Rich, member), 1967
Box/Folder   19/5
Reel   13 (continued)
Urban Programs Project, 1968
Box/Folder   19/6
Reel   13 (continued)
Urban Training Center, Newark, New Jersey, 1967
Box/Folder   19/7
Reel   13 (continued)
Voter Education Project, Louisiana, 1968
Box/Folder   19/8-9
Reel   13 (continued)
Voter Education Project, South Carolina, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   19/10
Reel   13 (continued)
Waldman, Susie, materials development, 1968
Box/Folder   19/11
Reel   13 (continued)
Welfare - general information, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   19/12
Reel   13 (continued)
White House Conference, “To Fulfill These Rights,” 1966
Box/Folder   19/13
Reel   13 (continued)
Miscellany
Mss 546 / Micro 2120
Series: Leadership Development Files
General correspondence
Box/Folder   19/14
Reel   1
1965-1967
Box/Folder   20/1
Reel   1 (continued)
1968-1969
Box/Folder   20/2-4
Reel   1 (continued)
Correspondence with resource persons, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   20/5
Reel   1 (continued)
Correspondence with governmental agencies, 1965-1969
Box/Folder   20/6-8
Reel   2
Inter-office memoranda, 1965-1969 August
Box/Folder   21/1
Reel   2 (continued)
Writings of Ronnie Moore, 1967, 1969
Box/Folder   21/2
Reel   2 (continued)
Board of Directors, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   21/3
Reel   2 (continued)
Contact lists, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   21/4
Reel   2 (continued)
Leadership Development Advisory Committee members, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   21/5
Reel   2 (continued)
Leadership Development Department Prospectus, general information, 1965-1970
Box/Folder   21/6
Reel   2 (continued)
Film rental, 1966
Box/Folder   21/7
Reel   2 (continued)
Literature orders, 1965-1970
Box/Folder   21/8
Reel   3
Requests for literature, 1966-1969
Box/Folder   21/9
Reel   3 (continued)
Video-tape information and material, 1967
Box/Folder   21/10
Reel   3 (continued)
Information reports on social action organizations, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   21/11
Reel   3 (continued)
Reports, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   21/12
Reel   3 (continued)
Technical Assistance Program, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   21/13
Reel   3 (continued)
UPO Ford Foundation training submission, 1967-1968
Workshops - applications and papers
Local CORE Groups
Box/Folder   21/14
Reel   3 (continued)
Atlantic County (New Jersey) CORE
Box/Folder   21/15
Reel   3 (continued)
Boston CORE, 1967
Box/Folder   21/16
Reel   3 (continued)
Bronx CORE, 1967
Box/Folder   21/17
Reel   3 (continued)
Brooklyn (New York) CORE
Box/Folder   21/18
Reel   3 (continued)
CORE City Center, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   21/19
Reel   3 (continued)
Long Island CORE, 1967
Box/Folder   22/1
Reel   3 (continued)
Los Angeles CORE
Box/Folder   22/2
Reel   3 (continued)
Mount Vernon (New York) CORE, 1967
Box/Folder   22/3
Reel   3 (continued)
Ossining (New York) CORE
Box/Folder   22/4
Reel   3 (continued)
Philadelphia CORE, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   22/5
Reel   3 (continued)
Santa Barbara CORE, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   22/6
Reel   3 (continued)
Somerset County (New Jersey) CORE
Box/Folder   22/7
Reel   3 (continued)
Southern University (Baton Rouge, Louisiana) CORE, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   22/8
Reel   3 (continued)
Springfield (Massachusetts) CORE
Box/Folder   22/9
Reel   3 (continued)
Suffolk County (New York) CORE, 1967
Box/Folder   22/10
Reel   3 (continued)
Sumter (South Carolina) Civic League and CORE, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   22/11
Reel   3 (continued)
Syracuse CORE, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   22/12
Reel   3 (continued)
General, 1965 September-1969 November
Other organizations
Box/Folder   22/13
Reel   3 (continued)
Afro-Americans for Progress, Dillard University, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   22/14
Reel   3 (continued)
American Jewish Committee, Westchester County Chapter, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   22/15
Reel   3 (continued)
Beekman Community Center, 1969
Box/Folder   22/16
Reel   3 (continued)
The Brothers, Albany, New York, 1967
Box/Folder   22/17
Reel   3 (continued)
California General Leadership Training, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   22/18
Reel   3 (continued)
Center for Urban Ethics, Hartford, Connecticut (Rev. Joseph Duffy), 1967-1968
Child Development Group of Mississippi
Box/Folder   22/19
Reel   4
General, 1967
Box/Folder   23/1
Reel   4 (continued)
Final report, November 27-December 18, 1967
Citizen Education Workshops
Box/Folder   23/2
Reel   4 (continued)
Evaluations
Box/Folder   23/3
Reel   4 (continued)
Florida, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   23/4
Reel   4 (continued)
Louisiana, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   23/5
Reel   4 (continued)
Council on Foundations, 1968
Box/Folder   23/6
Reel   4 (continued)
Discussion Leaders Institute, 1966
Box/Folder   23/7
Reel   4 (continued)
Economic Opportunity Council of Suffolk, Inc., 1966-1968
Box/Folder   23/8
Reel   4 (continued)
Freedom, Inc., Youngstown, Ohio, 1968
Box/Folder   23/9
Reel   4 (continued)
Georgia Council on Human Relations, 1967
Box/Folder   23/10
Reel   4 (continued)
Georgia Leadership Development Series, 1967
Box/Folder   23/11
Reel   4 (continued)
Grand Marie Vegetable Producers Co-op, Inc. (Louisiana), 1967
Box/Folder   23/12
Reel   4 (continued)
Grumman aircraft, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   23/13
Reel   4 (continued)
Iberville Industrial Voters League and Capitol Voters League, Plaquemine, Louisiana, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   23/14
Reel   4 (continued)
Independent Action Movement (IAM), California, 1967
Box/Folder   23/15
Reel   4 (continued)
Institute of Community Studies, 1965-1969
Box/Folder   23/16
Reel   4 (continued)
Leadership Training Center, San Diego, California, 1966
Box/Folder   23/17
Reel   4 (continued)
MEND (Massive Economic Neighborhood Development), New York, New York, 1967
Box/Folder   23/18
Reel   4 (continued)
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party - Citizen Education Workshop, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   23/19
Reel   5
Mothers for Adequate Welfare, 1967
Box/Folder   23/20
Reel   5 (continued)
Miles College, Birmingham, Alabama, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   23/21
Reel   5 (continued)
Mt. Beulah, Edwards, Mississippi, 1966
Box/Folder   24/1
Reel   5 (continued)
National Conference of Black School Board Members, 1967-1969
Box/Folder   24/2
Reel   5 (continued)
National Conference of Negro Elected Officials, 1967 September 29-October 1
Box/Folder   24/3
Reel   5 (continued)
Negroes, Jews, and Puerto Ricans Workshop, 1967-1968
Neighborhood Action Institute, Gary, Indiana
Box/Folder   24/4
Reel   5 (continued)
Black awareness quizzes and background, group leader material
Box/Folder   24/5
Reel   5 (continued)
Black Elected Officials in Indiana, 1969
Box/Folder   24/6-8
Reel   5 (continued)
General correspondence, 1968 November-1970
Box/Folder   24/9
Reel   6
Financial records, 1969
Box/Folder   24/10
Reel   6 (continued)
General papers
Box/Folder   25/1
Reel   6 (continued)
Gary public schools, 1969
Box/Folder   25/2
Reel   6 (continued)
King and Kennedy Community Center, 1969
Box/Folder   25/3
Reel   6 (continued)
Mayor's Youth Foundation Planning Committee, 1969
Box/Folder   25/4
Reel   6 (continued)
Metro Corps grant proposals, reports, 1969-1970
Box/Folder   25/5
Reel   6 (continued)
Metro Corps Programs - general papers, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   25/6
Reel   6 (continued)
National Training Laboratory materials, 1969
Box/Folder   25/7-8
Reel   6 (continued)
Reports, 1968 November-1970
Box/Folder   25/9
Reel   6 (continued)
Staff memos and résumés, 1969
Box/Folder   25/10-11
Reel   6 (continued)
Training programs designs, 1968-1970, undated
Training programs
Box/Folder   25/12
Reel   7
AFDC Mothers, 1969
Box/Folder   25/13
Reel   7 (continued)
Battle Creek Conference, 1969
Box/Folder   25/14
Reel   7 (continued)
Christian Methodist Episcopal Church, 1969 September
Box/Folder   26/1
Reel   7 (continued)
Concentrated Employment Program, 1969
Box/Folder   26/2
Reel   7 (continued)
Gary Neighborhood House, 1969
Box/Folder   26/3
Reel   7 (continued)
Lake City Economic Opportunity Council, 1969
Box/Folder   26/4
Reel   7 (continued)
Leadership training, 1969-1970
Box/Folder   26/5
Reel   7 (continued)
Metro Corps staff, 1969
Box/Folder   26/6
Reel   7 (continued)
Model Cities, 1969-1970
Box/Folder   26/7
Reel   7 (continued)
Model Cities/Metro Corps Program, 1969-1970
Box/Folder   26/8
Reel   7 (continued)
Northwest Indiana Youth Development, 1969?
Box/Folder   26/9
Reel   7 (continued)
VISTA volunteers, 1969-1970
Box/Folder   26/10
Reel   7 (continued)
Youth serving agencies, 1969
Box/Folder   26/11
Reel   7 (continued)
Neighborhood Development Program, Englewood, New Jersey, 1969
Box/Folder   26/12
Reel   7 (continued)
New England Grass Roots Organization (NEGRO), 1967
Box/Folder   26/13
Reel   7 (continued)
New Jersey Community Action Training Institute, 1968
Box/Folder   26/14
Reel   8
New Jersey Education Conference for Black Officials, 1969
Box/Folder   26/15
Reel   8 (continued)
New Jersey-North Atlantic Trainers Series, 1967
Box/Folder   27/1
Reel   8 (continued)
New Opportunities for Waterbury, Inc. (Waterbury, Connecticut), 1968-1969
Box/Folder   27/2
Reel   8 (continued)
Southwest Georgia Project, 1967
Box/Folder   27/3
Reel   8 (continued)
Strykers Bay Neighborhood Council, Community Action Project, 1967
Box/Folder   27/4
Reel   8 (continued)
Suffolk County Human Relations Commission Workshop, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   27/5
Reel   8 (continued)
Suffolk County People for Adequate Welfare, 1968
Box/Folder   27/6
Reel   8 (continued)
Suffolk County Police Department, 1967
Box/Folder   27/7
Reel   8 (continued)
United Church of Christ, Committee for Racial Justice Now, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   27/8
Reel   8 (continued)
United Planning Corporation, Washington, D.C., 1968
Box/Folder   27/9
Reel   8 (continued)
Urban League of Westchester voter registration, 1965
Box/Folder   27/10
Reel   8 (continued)
Voter Education Project, South Carolina, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   27/11
Reel   8 (continued)
Voter Education Project, Southern Regional Council, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   27/12
Reel   8 (continued)
Williamsburg County Voters League, Kingstree, South Carolina
Box/Folder   27/13
Reel   8 (continued)
Wyandanch Community Action Committee, 1968
Box/Folder   27/14
Reel   8 (continued)
Workshop participants, 1967-1969
Box/Folder   27/15
Reel   8 (continued)
Miscellaneous welfare and other workshops
Box/Folder   27/16
Reel   8 (continued)
Miscellaneous workshop applications and evaluations
Subject files
Box/Folder   27/17
Reel   9
Black Power, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   27/18
Reel   9 (continued)
Career training, 1967-1969
Box/Folder   27/19
Reel   9 (continued)
Housing and urban renewal, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   28/1
Reel   9 (continued)
Narcotic Education Center, New York State
Box/Folder   28/2
Reel   9 (continued)
National Alliance for Businessmen
Box/Folder   28/3
Reel   9 (continued)
New York State Broadcasters Association, Inc., 1968
Box/Folder   28/4
Reel   9 (continued)
New York State Education Department, 1968
Box/Folder   28/5
Reel   9 (continued)
Newark (New Jersey) New Careers Program, 1968
Box/Folder   28/6
Reel   9 (continued)
Newark Organizer's Training Center
Box/Folder   28/7
Reel   9 (continued)
Newark Planning Committee on Political Awareness Workshops, 1968
Box/Folder   28/8
Reel   9 (continued)
Newark Welfare Rights Project, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   28/9
Reel   9 (continued)
Northern Educational Service, Inc., 1967-1968
Box/Folder   28/10
Reel   9 (continued)
PEN Project, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   28/11
Reel   9 (continued)
Penn Community Services, Inc., 1967
Box/Folder   28/12
Reel   9 (continued)
Operation Bootstrap, Los Angeles, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   28/13
Reel   9 (continued)
Police-Community Relations Laboratory, Los Angeles, 1968
Box/Folder   28/14-16
Reel   9 (continued)
Poor People's Campaign, 1968
Box/Folder   28/17
Reel   9 (continued)
Puerto Rican Community Development Project, Inc., 1967
Box/Folder   28/18
Reel   9 (continued)
Questionnaires - Mississippi and Louisiana
Box/Folder   28/19
Reel   10
Research Guide for Community Organizing, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   28/20
Reel   10 (continued)
Rural Problems Conference proposal, 1966
Box/Folder   28/21
Reel   10 (continued)
South Atlantic Series Workshop
Box/Folder   28/22
Reel   10 (continued)
South Bronx Community Progress Center, 1966
Box/Folder   28/23
Reel   10 (continued)
South Bronx Concentrated Employment Program, 1968
Box/Folder   29/1
Reel   10 (continued)
Southern Cooperative Development Program, Louisiana, 1969
Box/Folder   29/2
Reel   10 (continued)
We the People, Trenton, New Jersey, 1968
Box/Folder   29/3-4
Reel   10 (continued)
Welfare
Box/Folder   29/5
Reel   10 (continued)
Young Puerto Rican Confrontation (Committee)
Box/Folder   29/6
Reel   10 (continued)
Miscellaneous
Mss 546 / Micro 2121
Series: Legal Department Files
Box/Folder   29/7
Reel   1
Subseries: Contents list of CORE legal files
Subseries: Correspondence of Carl Rachlin
Box/Folder   29/8-25
Reel   2
1960 August-1967
Box/Folder   30/1
Reel   3
1968-1970
Box/Folder   30/2
Reel   3 (continued)
Concerning his resignation as CORE General Counsel, 1967 February-March
Box/Folder   30/3
Reel   3 (continued)
Correspondence regarding national welfare rights, 1966
Subseries: General correspondence
Box/Folder   30/4
Reel   3 (continued)
Adams, Oscar, 1964
Box/Folder   30/5
Reel   3 (continued)
American Civil Liberties Union, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/6
Reel   3 (continued)
Americans for Democratic Action regarding speaking engagement, 1964
Box/Folder   30/7
Reel   3 (continued)
Associated Press Wire Service, 1964
Box/Folder   30/8
Reel   3 (continued)
Baltimore CORE Chapter, 1967
Box/Folder   30/9
Reel   3 (continued)
Bogalusa, Louisiana housing, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   30/10
Reel   3 (continued)
Branton, Wiley, 1964
Box/Folder   30/11
Reel   3 (continued)
CORE memoranda, 1960-1966
Box/Folder   30/12
Reel   3 (continued)
CORE Metropolitan Legal Defense Committee, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/13
Reel   3 (continued)
CORE office facilities, 1960-1966
Box/Folder   30/14
Reel   3 (continued)
CORE Southern Regional Office, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/15
Reel   3 (continued)
CORE tax exemption, 1959-1962
Box/Folder   30/16
Reel   3 (continued)
Conley, Charles, 1962-1963
Box/Folder   30/17
Reel   3 (continued)
Convicts, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   30/18
Reel   3 (continued)
Cooperative farming, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/19-20
Reel   3 (continued)
Default judgments, 1965, undated
Box/Folder   30/21
Reel   3 (continued)
Discrimination against black soldiers, North Carolina, 1966
Box/Folder   30/22
Reel   3 (continued)
Discrimination by U.S. Civil Service Commission, 1965
Box/Folder   30/23
Reel   3 (continued)
Discrimination complaints, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   30/24
Reel   3 (continued)
Discrimination in the military, 1963-1967
Box/Folder   30/25
Reel   3 (continued)
Drinan, Rev. Robert F., 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/26
Reel   3 (continued)
Duncan, Chet, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   30/27
Reel   3 (continued)
Employment of law students by CORE, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   30/28
Reel   3 (continued)
Farmer, James, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/29
Reel   3 (continued)
Florida A & M Law School, 1966
Box/Folder   30/30
Reel   3 (continued)
Florida civil rights violations, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/31
Reel   3 (continued)
Freedom Riders, 1961-1966
Box/Folder   30/32
Reel   3 (continued)
Friends to All, Inc., 1964-1968
Box/Folder   30/33
Reel   3 (continued)
Fundraising, 1965
Box/Folder   30/34
Reel   3 (continued)
Housing issues, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   30/35
Reel   3 (continued)
Jackson, Ernest, 1962 October-1963 November
Box/Folder   30/36
Reel   3 (continued)
Jewish Theological Seminary regarding tenants complaints, 1968
Box/Folder   30/37
Reel   3 (continued)
Jones, Osborne, 1964
Note: Discrimination claim
Box/Folder   30/38
Reel   3 (continued)
Klein, Richard, 1968
Box/Folder   30/39
Reel   4
Koeppel Leasing Company, 1967
Box/Folder   30/40
Reel   4 (continued)
Law schools, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   30/41
Reel   4 (continued)
Law Students Civil Rights Research Council, 1963-1967
Box/Folder   30/42
Reel   4 (continued)
Lincoln Management Company, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   30/43
Reel   4 (continued)
Natchez, Mississippi Arsenal, 1964
Box/Folder   30/44
Reel   4 (continued)
National Association of Manufacturers, 1964
Box/Folder   30/45
Reel   4 (continued)
New York Attorneys, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   30/46
Reel   4 (continued)
New York District Attorneys, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/47
Reel   4 (continued)
Newspapers, 1964
Box/Folder   30/48
Reel   4 (continued)
North Carolina Attorneys, 1962-1964
Box/Folder   30/49
Reel   4 (continued)
Office of Economic Opportunity, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   30/50
Reel   4 (continued)
Oldham, Charles, 1962-1963
Box/Folder   30/51
Reel   4 (continued)
Phillips, Bruce, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   30/52
Reel   4 (continued)
Poor People's Lawyers Association, 1968
Box/Folder   30/53
Reel   4 (continued)
Postal permits and rules, 1944-1964
Box/Folder   30/54
Reel   4 (continued)
Potter Foundation, 1965
Box/Folder   30/55
Reel   4 (continued)
Practising Law Institute, 1964
Box/Folder   30/56
Reel   4 (continued)
Racial discrimination in bank employment, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   30/57
Reel   4 (continued)
Ray, Denison, 1967
Box/Folder   30/58
Reel   4 (continued)
Requests for civil rights studies, 1965
Box/Folder   30/59
Reel   4 (continued)
Schlakman, Stephen, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   30/60
Reel   4 (continued)
School bonds, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   30/61
Reel   4 (continued)
School desegregation, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   30/62
Reel   4 (continued)
Seniority rights of minority workers, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   30/63
Reel   4 (continued)
State Attorneys General regarding narcotics laws, 1967
Box/Folder   30/64
Reel   4 (continued)
Stone, Jesse, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   30/65
Reel   4 (continued)
Summer Attorneys Program, 1964
Box/Folder   30/66
Reel   4 (continued)
U.S. Justice Department, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   30/67
Reel   4 (continued)
Various attorneys, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   30/68
Reel   4 (continued)
Wilk, Joseph, 1966-1967
Note: Discrimination claim
Box/Folder   30/69
Reel   4 (continued)
Williamsburg Community Progress Center, 1967
Subseries: General records
Box/Folder   30/70
Reel   4 (continued)
Annual reports, 1964-1968
Box/Folder   30/70
Reel   4 (continued)
Legal Services Program prospectus, 1969
Box/Folder   30/70
Reel   4 (continued)
Department program
Box/Folder   30/71
Reel   4 (continued)
Audit, 1963
Box/Folder   30/72
Reel   4 (continued)
Bequests to CORE, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   30/73-74
Reel   4 (continued)
Commission of Inquiry - correspondence and testimony, 1962-1963
Box/Folder   30/75
Reel   4 (continued)
Conference of Independent Voters, 1965
Box/Folder   30/76
Reel   4 (continued)
Constitutions, 1961-1962 (CORE)
Box/Folder   30/77
Reel   4 (continued)
Contact lists, 1965, undated
Box/Folder   30/78
Reel   4 (continued)
Finances, financial statements, correspondence and notes, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   30/79
Reel   4 (continued)
CORE Freedom Riders reports, 1961
Box/Folder   30/80
Reel   4 (continued)
Law students research memoranda, 1964
Box/Folder   30/81
Reel   4 (continued)
Leadership Training Program - prospectus and memoranda, 1965
Legal conferences (sponsored by CORE)
Box/Folder   30/82-83
Reel   5
Correspondence and other papers, 1964
Box/Folder   31/1
Reel   5 (continued)
Papers, 1964
Box/Folder   31/2-4
Reel   5 (continued)
Correspondence and other papers, 1965
Box/Folder   31/5-6
Reel   5 (continued)
Correspondence, other papers, and papers presented, 1966
Box/Folder   31/7
Reel   5 (continued)
Meeting of CORE lawyers regarding Louisiana, 1964?
Box/Folder   31/8
Reel   5 (continued)
Miscellaneous notes of Stephen Nagler, undated
Box/Folder   31/9
Reel   5 (continued)
Music contracts, 1961-1964
Box/Folder   31/10
Reel   5 (continued)
National Action Committee - minutes, memoranda, reports, 1962-1965, undated
Box/Folder   31/11
Reel   5 (continued)
National conventions
Box/Folder   31/11
Reel   5 (continued)
Minutes, 1962
Box/Folder   31/11
Reel   5 (continued)
Minutes and notes of the General Counsel, 1964
Box/Folder   31/12
Reel   5 (continued)
Organizational memoranda, 1963-1964, 1966
Box/Folder   31/13
Reel   5 (continued)
Pension program proposal, 1964
Box/Folder   31/14
Reel   5 (continued)
Personnel and application files, 1964-1968
Box/Folder   31/15
Reel   6
Personnel lists - national and local, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   31/16
Reel   6 (continued)
Press releases (CORE), 1963-1966
Box/Folder   31/17
Reel   6 (continued)
Reports and prospectuses of the Legal Department, 1964-1967, undated
Box/Folder   31/18
Reel   6 (continued)
Reports of trips by Carl Rachlin, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   31/19-21
Reel   6 (continued)
Research memoranda, 1963-1966, undated
Box/Folder   31/22
Reel   6 (continued)
School desegregation - memoranda and statement, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   31/23
Reel   6 (continued)
Southwest Region Conference, 1964 December
Box/Folder   31/24
Reel   6 (continued)
Summer interns, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   31/25
Reel   6 (continued)
Tele-log, 1964 June-December
Box/Folder   31/26
Reel   6 (continued)
Union negotiations, 1963
Box/Folder   31/27
Reel   6 (continued)
Volunteer Lawyers Committee, 1966
Subseries: Other organizations and activities
Box/Folder   31/28
Reel   6 (continued)
American Bar Association, Committee on Civil Rights and Responsibilities, 1967
American Civil Liberties Union
Box/Folder   31/29
Reel   6 (continued)
Conferences, 1964, 1968
Box/Folder   31/30
Reel   6 (continued)
Equality Committee, 1963-1968
Box/Folder   31/31
Reel   6 (continued)
Labor-Business Committee, 1959-1969
Lawyers Constitutional Defense Committee
Box/Folder   31/32-33
Reel   6 (continued)
Correspondence and press releases, 1964-1968
Box/Folder   31/34
Reel   6 (continued)
Minutes and memos, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   31/35
Reel   6 (continued)
Mississippi and Louisiana case report, 1965
Box/Folder   31/36
Reel   6 (continued)
Research memoranda, 1964-1968
Box/Folder   31/37
Reel   7
American Jewish Congress, 1962-1968
Box/Folder   31/38
Reel   7 (continued)
Association of the Bar of the City of New York, undated
Box/Folder   31/39-40
Reel   7 (continued)
Bronx Community Self-Improvement Association, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   31/41
Reel   7 (continued)
Cambridge, Maryland, swimming pool desegregation, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   31/42
Capitol Voters League, Plaquemine, Louisiana, 1964
Box/Folder   31/43
Reel   7 (continued)
Choate Foundation, 1965
Box/Folder   31/44
Reel   7 (continued)
Citizens' Committee for Children of New York, Inc., 1967-1968
Box/Folder   32/1
Reel   7 (continued)
City-wide Coordinating Committee of Welfare Groups, New York, New York, 1967-1969
Box/Folder   32/2
Reel   7 (continued)
Civil Liberties Research Service, 1964
Box/Folder   32/3
Reel   7 (continued)
Civilian Review Board of Police Practices, New York, 1965, undated
Box/Folder   32/4
Reel   7 (continued)
Community Action for Legal Services, Inc., undated
Box/Folder   32/5-6
Reel   7 (continued)
Conference on the Law of the Poor, 1966 February
Box/Folder   32/7
Reel   7 (continued)
Cordele, Georgia, public housing, 1966
Box/Folder   32/8-9
Reel   7 (continued)
Dixwell Legal Rights Association, Connecticut, 1967
Box/Folder   32/10
Reel   7 (continued)
Employment discrimination, E. Orange, New Jersey Veterans Hospital, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   32/11
Reel   7 (continued)
Employment discrimination, Federal Reserve Bank, 1965
Box/Folder   32/12
Reel   7 (continued)
Equal Employment Litigation Conference, Chicago, 1968
Box/Folder   32/13
Reel   7 (continued)
Florida school suspensions, 1968
Box/Folder   32/14
Reel   7 (continued)
Foundation for Promotion of Afro-American Performing Arts, 1968
Box/Folder   32/15
Reel   7 (continued)
Harper and Row, Inc., 1968-1971
Box/Folder   32/16
Reel   7 (continued)
Hays Civil Liberty Program, 1961-1964
Box/Folder   32/17-20
Reel   7 (continued)/8
Law Students Civil Rights Research Council, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   32/21
Reel   8 (continued)
Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   32/22
Reel   8 (continued)
Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   32/23
Reel   8 (continued)
Medical Committee for Human Rights, 1964
Box/Folder   32/24
Reel   8 (continued)
Mississippi Employment Security Commission, 1965
Box/Folder   32/25
Reel   8 (continued)
Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Congressional Challenge, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   32/26
Reel   8 (continued)
Mobilization for Youth, Inc., 1966-1967
Box/Folder   32/27
Reel   8 (continued)
Mt. Vernon, New York CORE, 1966
Box/Folder   32/28
Reel   8 (continued)
National Citizens' Committee for Community Relations, 1964
Box/Folder   32/29
Reel   8 (continued)
National Welfare Rights Organization, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   32/30-32
Reel   8 (continued)
National Committee Against Discrimination in Housing, 1966-1969
Box/Folder   32/33
Reel   8 (continued)
Neighborhood medical care demonstration, 1968
Box/Folder   32/34-37
Reel   8 (continued)
New York Civil Liberties Union, 1964-1968
Box/Folder   32/38
Reel   9
New York Committee for Civil Rights, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   32/39
Reel   9 (continued)
New York Constitutional Convention, 1967
Box/Folder   32/40
Reel   9 (continued)
New York Free Theater, 1968
Box/Folder   32/41
Reel   9 (continued)
Newark Legal Services Project, 1965
Box/Folder   32/42
Reel   9 (continued)
Poor People's Lawyers Association, undated
Box/Folder   32/43
Reel   9 (continued)
Racial discrimination at the University of Massachusetts, 1968
Box/Folder   32/44
Reel   9 (continued)
Rochester, New York CORE, 1965
Box/Folder   32/45
Reel   9 (continued)
San Diego, California CORE-SEDF
Box/Folder   32/46
Reel   9 (continued)
SEDFRE conference, 1966
Box/Folder   33/1
Reel   9 (continued)
School Board seminar, 1967
Box/Folder   33/2
Reel   9 (continued)
School desegregation, Gadsden County, Florida, 1965
Box/Folder   33/3
Reel   9 (continued)
Selective Service, 1966
Box/Folder   33/4
Reel   9 (continued)
Selma, Alabama Interreligious Project, 1968
Box/Folder   33/5
Reel   9 (continued)
Social work action for welfare rights, 1967
Box/Folder   33/6
Reel   9 (continued)
South Carolina voter registration, 1965
Box/Folder   33/7
Reel   9 (continued)
South Florida Migrant Legal Services Program, Inc., 1967-1968
Box/Folder   33/8
Reel   9 (continued)
Suffolk County, New York Legal Services, 1967
Box/Folder   33/9
Reel   9 (continued)
Urban renewal, New Rochelle, New York, 1965
Box/Folder   34/1
Reel   9 (continued)
United Bronx Parents, 1968
Box/Folder   34/2
Reel   9 (continued)
Women's Center for Occupational and Educational Development, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   34/3
Reel   9 (continued)
Workers Defense League, 1966-1968
Subseries: Legal case files
Box/Folder   34/4
Reel   9 (continued)
A,B,C, and D vs. Kerne, Leo J., 1964-1966
Box/Folder   34/5
Reel   9 (continued)
A,B,C, etc. vs. Tubb, J.M., Superintendent of Public Education of the State of Mississippi, 1965-1966
Note: Statewide school desegregation suit
Box/Folder   34/6
Reel   9 (continued)
Adams, Dorothy, et al. vs. Hughes, Richard J., Governor of New Jersey, 1967
Note: Unwarranted searches
Box/Folder   34/7
Reel   9 (continued)
Aelony, Zev vs. Pace, Stephen, Jr., et al., 1963-1964
Box/Folder   34/8
Reel   9 (continued)
Afram Associates, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   34/9
Reel   9 (continued)
State of Alabama vs. CORE, 1962-1963
Box/Folder   34/10
Reel   10
State of Alabama vs. Robinson, Marvin, et al., 1963-1965
Box/Folder   34/10
Reel   10
Robinson, Marvin, et al. vs. State of Alabama
Box/Folder   34/11
Reel   10 (continued)
Alexander, Egyptine vs. 141 W. 95th St., Inc., Brooklyn, New York, 1967
Note: Housing
Box/Folder   34/12
Reel   10 (continued)
Anderson, Franklin B. vs. State of North Carolina, 1967
Note: Possession of marijuana
Box/Folder   34/13
Reel   10 (continued)
Andrews, Jimmy, et al. vs. City of Monroe, Louisiana, et al., 1965-1967
Note: School desegregation case
Box/Folder   34/14
Reel   10 (continued)
Andrews, Lucy vs. Murphy, Thomas J., 1965
Box/Folder   34/15
Reel   10 (continued)
Art Dealers Association of America, Inc., et al. vs. Pacetta, Albert S., New York, 1965
Note: Consumer protection
Box/Folder   34/16
Reel   10 (continued)
Bailey, Samuel, et al. vs. Patterson, Joe T., et al, Jackson, Mississippi
Note: Integration of inter- and intra-state transport
Box/Folder   34/17
Reel   10 (continued)
Baines, Bruce vs. State of Louisiana, 1966
Note: School demonstration
Box/Folder   34/18
Reel   10 (continued)
Baltimore, Maryland, 1966
Box/Folder   34/19
Reel   10 (continued)
Banks, Yvornia D., et al. vs. Claiborne Parish School Board, et al., 1965-1966
Note: Louisiana school desegregation case
Box/Folder   34/20
Reel   10 (continued)
Barrow, Bonnie vs. Rodwin, Sidney, 1969
Box/Folder   34/21
Reel   10 (continued)
Basilico, John vs. Callendar, Herbert, et al.
Box/Folder   34/21
Reel   10 (continued)
State of New York vs. Callendar, Herbert, et al., 1963-1967
Box/Folder   34/22
Reel   10 (continued)
City of Baton Rouge vs. Polacheck, John W., 1965
Box/Folder   34/23
Reel   10 (continued)
Bigelow, William vs. Pridgeon, Sidney, et al.; McCall, Jesse, et al., vs. Cherry, Herman, et al., 1965
Note: Madison County, Florida voter registration
Box/Folder   34/24
Reel   10 (continued)
Bogalusa, Louisiana School Board vs. Bogalusa Civic and Voters League, et al., 1965
Note: School desegregation
Box/Folder   34/25
Reel   10 (continued)
Borden, R.F. and Borden, Leroy vs. CORE, Tulsa, Oklahoma, 1964
Note: Demonstration regarding public accommodations
Box/Folder   34/26-27
Reel   10 (continued)
Bradley, Synester vs. Ginsberg, Mitchell I., et al., New York, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   34/28
Reel   10 (continued)
Bristow, Rosa vs. Fair Housing Association, New York, 1968-1969
Note: Housing discrimination
Box/Folder   34/29
Reel   10 (continued)
Brooklyn subway cases, 1967
Box/Folder   34/30-31
Reel   11
Brown, Henry, et al., vs. State of Louisiana, 1964-1966
Note: Clinton, Louisiana library case
Box/Folder   34/32
Reel   11 (continued)
Brown, Samuel vs. Defense Department, Virginia, 1965
Note: Military discrimination
Box/Folder   34/33
Reel   11 (continued)
Burris, Royan, et al., vs. Bennett, Marion S., New Orleans, Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   34/34
Reel   11 (continued)
Caddo Parish School Board, et al. vs. U.S.A., Louisiana, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   35/1-4
Reel   11 (continued)
Callendar, Herbert, et al. vs. State of Florida, 1961-1966
Box/Folder   35/5
Reel   11 (continued)
Callendar, Herbert vs. State of New York, 1964-1967
Box/Folder   35/6
Reel   11 (continued)
Carter, Robert, et al. vs. School Board of West Feliciana Parish, Louisiana, et al., 1965-1966
Note: School desegregation case
Box/Folder   35/7
Reel   11 (continued)
Cassese, Amelia and Monplasir, Maria, et al. vs. Katz, Herman, Clerk of the City of New York, 1966
Box/Folder   35/8
Reel   11 (continued)
Castle, Doris, et al. vs. Davis, Jimmie H., et. al., 1964
Box/Folder   35/9-10
Reel   12
Chaffee, Lois vs. Johnson, Paul B., Jr., Governor of Mississippi, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   35/11
Reel   12 (continued)
Chapel Hill cases, 1964
Box/Folder   35/12
Reel   12 (continued)
Clanton case, 1965
Box/Folder   35/13
Reel   12 (continued)
Clemmons, Bryan, et al. vs. CORE, Louisiana, 1961-1964
Box/Folder   35/14
Reel   12 (continued)
Town of Clinton, Louisiana vs. CORE, 1963-1966
Box/Folder   35/15
Reel   12 (continued)
Collins, Betty, et al. vs. New York World's Fair, 1964-1965 Corporation
Box/Folder   35/16
Reel   12 (continued)
Collins, Corrie vs. Davis, Jimmie, Governor of Louisiana, et al., 1963
Box/Folder   35/17-19
Reel   12 (continued)
Columbia University - CIA hearing, 1967
Box/Folder   35/20
Reel   12 (continued)
Conley, Rickey Dale, et, al. vs. Lake Charles School Board, Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   35/21
Reel   12 (continued)
CORE vs. Cartwright Moving and Storage, Inc., Pelahatchie, Mississippi, 1966-1967
Note: Auto accident
Box/Folder   35/22
Reel   12 (continued)
CORE vs. Clemmons White, and Christian, 1961-1964
Box/Folder   35/23
Reel   12 (continued)
CORE vs. Town of Clinton and Parish of East Feliciana, Louisiana, 1963-1965
Note: Voting irregularities
Box/Folder   35/24
Reel   12 (continued)
CORE vs. Douglas, C.H., et al., McComb, Mississippi, 1962
Box/Folder   35/25
Reel   12 (continued)
CORE vs. E. Koeppel Leasing Company, Inc., Queens, New York, 1967
Box/Folder   35/26
Reel   12 (continued)
CORE vs. Minnesota Daily, 1965
Box/Folder   36/1-2
Reel   13
CORE (Dresner, Israel, et al.) vs. City of Tallahassee, Florida, 1962-1964
Box/Folder   36/3
Reel   13 (continued)
Couchois, James Orville vs. U.S.A., 1943
Note: Carl Rachlin of counsel
Box/Folder   36/4-5
Reel   13 (continued)
Cox, B. Elton vs. State of Louisiana, 1964-1965
Note: Appeal of conviction stemming from demonstration
Box/Folder   36/6
Reel   13 (continued)
Curtis, Robert B., et al. vs. Tozer, Martin L., et al. 1964
Note: Jefferson Bank and Trust Co.
Box/Folder   36/7
Reel   13 (continued)
Curtis, Robert B. vs. State or Missouri, 1967
Box/Folder   36/8
Reel   13 (continued)
Daughtry, Herman vs. City of New York, 1962-1965
Box/Folder   36/9
Reel   13 (continued)
Davenport, Paul R., et al. vs. State of New York, 1967
Box/Folder   36/10
Reel   13 (continued)
Davidman, Leonard, et al. vs. State of South Carolina, 1965-1966
Note: Contributing to the delinquency of a minor
Box/Folder   36/11
Reel   13 (continued)
Davis, A.L., et al. vs. Gallinghouse, A. P., New Orleans, Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   36/12
Reel   13 (continued)
Daylight Grocery Company vs. Meat Cutters, Packinghouse, and Allied Food Workers Union 443, Jacksonville, Florida, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   36/13
Reel   13 (continued)
Decamp Bus Lines, et al. vs. New York State Thruway Authority, et al., 1968
Note: Charter bus lines use of restaurant, etc. on thruway
Box/Folder   36/14
Reel   13 (continued)
Dennis, David, et al. vs. Johnson, Paul B., Governor of Mississippi, et al., 1964-1965
Box/Folder   36/15
Reel   13 (continued)
In the matter of Ralph Dennis, New York, 1964
Box/Folder   36/16
Reel   13 (continued)
Dombrowski, James A., et al. vs. Eastland, James, et., al. 1965
Box/Folder   36/17-18
Reel   13/14
Douglas, C.H., et al. vs. CORE, 1961-1963
Box/Folder   36/19
Reel   14 (continued)
Dowling, Pvt. Richard - court martial, 1968
Box/Folder   36/20
Reel   14 (continued)
Due, Patricia Stephens vs. Tallahassee Theatres, Inc., 1963
Box/Folder   36/21
Reel   14 (continued)
Dukes, David, et al. vs. Madison County, Florida, 1965
Note: Public accommodations - segregation at Cherry Lake recreational facilities
Box/Folder   36/22
Reel   14 (continued)
Essex County (New Jersey) Building and Construction Trades Council, et al. vs. Richardson, George C., et al., 1963
Box/Folder   36/23
Reel   14 (continued)
Essex County Welfare Board, et al. vs. U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, New Jersey, 1968
Note: Federal suit against AFDC freeze
Box/Folder   36/24
Reel   14 (continued)
Farmer; James, et al. vs Moses, Robert and New York World's Fair 1964-1965 Corporation
Box/Folder   36/25
Reel   14 (continued)
Fay vs. Noia, 1963
Note: Discrimination suit against Jefferson Bank and Trust Co., St. Louis, Missouri
Box/Folder   36/26
Reel   14 (continued)
Findley, Christine Brown vs. Nyack, New York, 1965-1967
Note: Housing discrimination
Box/Folder   36/27
Reel   14 (continued)
First National City Bank, New York vs. Crayton, Frances, 1967
Box/Folder   36/28
Reel   14 (continued)
Flores, Jose A., vs. State of New York, 1968
Box/Folder   36/29
Reel   14 (continued)
State of Florida vs. Bryant, John Wesley, 1967
Box/Folder   36/30
Reel   14 (continued)
Ford, Louis, et al. vs. Boeger, William, et al., 1963-1965
Note: Jefferson Bank and Trust case
Box/Folder   36/31
Reel   14 (continued)
Fortson, James vs. Hatchcock, Robert W., Sheriff, Gadsden County, Florida, 1966
Box/Folder   36/32
Reel   14 (continued)
Fountain, Brenda Jean, et al. vs. City of High Point and Key Theatres, High Point, North Carolina, 1964
Note: Public accommodations case
Box/Folder   36/33
Reel   14 (continued)
Freedom Rider Cases, Jackson, Mississippi, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   36/34-35
Reel   14 (continued)
Galamison, Milton A., et al. vs. Board of Education, New York, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   37/1
Reel   14 (continued)
Georgetown, Nathan, et al. vs. Schnebelen, Charles, Mayor of Plaquemine, Louisiana, 1965
Note: Voting rights suit
Box/Folder   37/2-6
Reel   14 (continued)/15
Gilligan, Thomas R. vs. Farmer, James, CORE, et al., 1964-1968
Box/Folder   37/7
Reel   15 (continued)
Gilmore, Jessie, et al. vs. LaCoste, Edna, et al., Baton Rouge, Louisiana, 1965
Note: Public accommodations
Box/Folder   37/8
Reel   15 (continued)
Gray, Verna, et al. vs. Doe, John, Monroe, Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   37/9
Reel   15 (continued)
Green and Sissleman, Inc., vs. CORE, New York, 1966
Box/Folder   37/10
Reel   15 (continued)
Harrell, Minnie, et al. vs. Shapiro, Bernard, et al., Welfare Committee of Connecticut, 1968
Note: Welfare residency cases
Box/Folder   37/11
Reel   15 (continued)
Headley, George vs. Leary, Howard, Police Commissioner of New York, et al., 1966
Note: Cab driver's license
Box/Folder   37/12
Reel   15 (continued)
Henry, Aaron, et al. vs. Clarksdale, Mississippi, 1963
Box/Folder   37/13
Reel   15 (continued)
Heyward, Florence case, undated
Box/Folder   37/14
Reel   15 (continued)
Hicks, Robert, et al. vs. State of Louisiana, 1966
Note: Bogalusa school desegregation case
Box/Folder   37/15
Reel   15 (continued)
Hicks, Robert, et al. vs. Hughes, Charles, 1965-1968
Note: Bogalusa, Louisiana housing authority
Box/Folder   37/16
Reel   15 (continued)
Hicks, Robert, et al. vs. Crown Zellerbach Corporation, et al., New Orleans, Louisiana, 1966
Note: Job discrimination
Box/Folder   37/17
Reel   15 (continued)
Higgs, Sherman Otis, et al. vs. Malm, Franklyn, et al., New York, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   37/18
Reel   15 (continued)
Hill, George vs. New York State Harness Racing Commission, 1964-1966
Note: Discrimination in harness racing
Box/Folder   37/19
Reel   15 (continued)
Hodge, Gloria, et al. vs. Department of Public Welfare, State of Florida, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   37/20
Reel   15 (continued)
Holden, Anna vs. Cohen, Wilbur, et al., Washington, D.C., 1966-1968
Note: Firing without notice
Box/Folder   37/21
Reel   15 (continued)
Holiday, William vs. Wolcott, Delafield S., 1964-1966
Box/Folder   37/22
Reel   15 (continued)
Hotel Waldorf Astoria vs. CORE, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   37/23
Reel   15 (continued)
House UnAmerican! Activities Committee, 1965
Box/Folder   37/24
Reel   15 (continued)
Hutchinson, David Crockett, et al. vs. State of New York, 1965
Note: Discrimination in hiring practices
Box/Folder   37/25
Reel   15 (continued)
Installment Department, Inc., as assignee of Diane Martin vs. Butler, Marva, et al., New York, 1969
Box/Folder   37/26
Reel   15 (continued)
Investigation into the Death of Nelson Erby, CORE as Amicus Curiae, 1965
Box/Folder   37/27
Reel   15 (continued)
Jackson, Ledell Mae and Williams, Leonard vs. State of Louisiana, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   37/28
Reel   15 (continued)
City of Jackson, Mississippi vs. Salter, John R., Jr., et al., 1963
Box/Folder   37/29
Reel   15 (continued)
Jasper, Paul vs. State of New York, 1964
Note: 1964 World's Fair demonstrations
Box/Folder   37/30
Reel   15 (continued)
James, Hulbert vs. State of New York, 1969
Box/Folder   37/31-33
Reel   16
Jefferson Bank and Trust vs. Curtis, Robert, et al., 1963-1965
Note: Unfair employment practices
Box/Folder   37/34-35
Reel   16 (continued)
Johnson, Margaret M., et al. vs. Jackson Parish School Board, Louisiana, 1965-1967
Note: School desegregation case
Box/Folder   38/1
Reel   16 (continued)
Johnson, Margaret M., et al. vs. Jackson Parish School Board, 1967
Box/Folder   38/2
Reel   16 (continued)
Town of Jonesboro, Louisiana vs. Mitchell, Daniel, et al., 1964
Note: CORE members arrested during demonstration
Box/Folder   38/3
Reel   16 (continued)
Kathryn Beich, Inc. vs. Bishop, Joan, 1969
Note: Dispute about rurniture
Box/Folder   38/4
Reel   16 (continued)
Kelly, John, et al. vs. Wyman, George K., et al., New York 1969
Note: Procedure in fair hearings for welfare recipients
Box/Folder   38/5
Reel   16 (continued)
King, Brian D. vs. City of Monticello, Florida, 1965
Box/Folder   38/6-11
Reel   16 (continued)/17
Kingwood, Idell D., et al. vs. Campbell Soup Company, Inc., Sumter, South Carolina, 1966-1968
Note: Job discrimination
Box/Folder   38/12
Reel   17 (continued)
Kinoy, Arthur vs. District of Columbia, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   38/13
Reel   17 (continued)
Kirkland, W.L., et al. vs. King, Martin Luther, Hinds, Mississippi, 1966
Box/Folder   38/14
Reel   17 (continued)
Lacey, Archie L. vs. Board of Higher Education, New York, 1968
Box/Folder   38/15
Reel   17 (continued)
Lacey, Fred vs. State of Louisiana, 1966
Note: Demonstration resulting in arrest for four or five misdemeanors
Box/Folder   38/16
Reel   17 (continued)
Langley, William Bernard vs. Jacksonville, Florida, 1966
Note: Petition to operate African American owned taxi cabs in Jacksonville
Box/Folder   38/17
Reel   17 (continued)
Lewis, Genever, et al. vs. Stark, Pauline, et al., 1969
Note: AFDC-Stepparent income
Box/Folder   38/18
Reel   18
Lewis, James, et al. vs. U.S. Department of Agriculture, 1968
Box/Folder   38/19
Reel   18 (continued)
Liebowitz, Sheldon vs. Farmer, James, et al., 1965-1966
Box/Folder   38/20
Reel   18 (continued)
Livingston, David, etc. vs. Catherwood, Martin P., etc., New York, 1965
Note: New York State minimum wage
Box/Folder   38/21
Reel   18 (continued)
State of Louisiana vs. Barksdale, Bruce, 1964
Note: Rape
Box/Folder   38/22-25
Reel   18 (continued)
State of Louisiana vs. Cox, B. Elton, 1962-1965
Box/Folder   39/1
Reel   18 (continued)
State of Louisiana vs. Cox, B. Elton and Arthur Jelks, 1964
Note: Defamation
Box/Folder   39/2
Reel   18 (continued)
State of Louisiana vs. Davis, J. W., 1963
Box/Folder   39/3
Reel   18 (continued)
State of Louisiana vs. Moore, Ronnie M., 1962
Note: Disturbing the peace and trespass
Box/Folder   39/4
State of Louisiana vs. Moore, Ronnie M., 1962
Note: Criminal anarchy
Box/Folder   39/5
Reel   18 (continued)
State of Louisiana vs. Moore, Ronnie M., 1962-1964
Note: Sound truck case
Box/Folder   39/6-7
Reel   19
Lowman, Louise, et al. vs. Department of Social Services, New York, 1968-1969
Note: Welfare case
Box/Folder   39/8
Reel   19 (continued)
Lowry, John Cyril vs. State of North Carolina, 1964
Box/Folder   39/9
Reel   19 (continued)
McPherson, Robert vs. State of New York, 1966
Box/Folder   39/10-11
Reel   19 (continued)
Madera, Victor, et al. vs. Board of Education, New York, 1967 (School Case)
Box/Folder   39/12
Reel   19 (continued)
Martinez, Henry vs. CORE, et al., 1965-1967
Box/Folder   39/13
Reel   19 (continued)
Miller, Stephen, et al. vs. State of Mississippi, 1965
Box/Folder   39/14
Reel   19 (continued)
State of Mississippi vs. Chinn, C.O., 1963-1964
Box/Folder   39/15
Reel   19 (continued)
State of Mississippi vs. Morris, John B., 1961-1962
Note: Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity
Box/Folder   39/16
Reel   19 (continued)
Morris, Beverly vs. State of New York
Box/Folder   39/17
Reel   19 (continued)
Mosby, James, Jr. vs. Louisiana Board of Education, 1962
Box/Folder   39/18
Reel   19 (continued)
Myers, Regina, et al. vs. Board of Education, New York 1965-1966
Note: School case
Box/Folder   39/19
Reel   19 (continued)
NAACP and Safe Trails, Inc. vs. CORE, et al., 1964-1965
Note: Discrimination in building trades unions
Box/Folder   39/20
Reel   19 (continued)
State of Nebraska vs. McNair, Rudolph E., et al., 1964-1965
Box/Folder   39/21
Reel   19 (continued)
Nelson, Whaley, et al. vs. Claiborne Parish School Board, Homer, Louisiana, 1967
Note: School case
Box/Folder   39/22
Reel   19 (continued)
State of New Jersey vs. Carter, Edward, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   39/23-25
Reel   20
State of New Jersey vs. Smith, Louis S., Herbert E. Callendar, et al., 1964-1967
Note: Trenton cases, disorderly conduct
Box/Folder   39/26
Reel   20 (continued)
New Jersey Brewers Agreement, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   39/27
Reel   20 (continued)
City of New Orleans vs. Smith, Doratha, 1964
Box/Folder   39/28
Reel   20 (continued)
State of New York vs. Auerbach, Robert, 1966
Note: Demonstration
Box/Folder   39/29
Reel   20 (continued)
State of New York vs. Banks, Frederick, Goldwag, 1963
Note: Unlawful entry
Box/Folder   40/1
Reel   20 (continued)
State of New York vs. Callendar, Herbert, 1963-1967
Box/Folder   40/2-6
Reel   20 (continued)/21
State of New York vs. Cannon, George, et al., 1963-1967
Box/Folder   40/7-8
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Clermont, Raymond, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   40/9
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Collins, Betty, et al, 1964-1965
Note: 1964 World's Fair demonstrations
Box/Folder   40/10
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Crayton, Frances, et al., 1966
Box/Folder   40/11
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Dews, Jack, et al. (Port Authority cases), 1964-1967
Note: 1964 World's Fair demonstrations
Box/Folder   40/12
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Due, Perdue and Stephens, 1964-1965
Note: 1964 World's Fair demonstrations
Box/Folder   40/13
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Epstein, Howard, 1964
Note: Disorderly conduct
Box/Folder   40/14
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Flesch, Walter and Gore, Robert, 1963
Box/Folder   40/15
Reel   21 (continued)
State of New York vs. Flynn, Lucy, et al., 1967
Note: ”Wait In” demonstration at Department of Labor
Box/Folder   40/16
Reel   22
State of New York vs. Galamison, Milton, et al., 1964-1965
Box/Folder   40/17-18
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Glick, Jeffrey, et al., 1963-1966
Box/Folder   40/19
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Goins, William and 135 Club, Inc. vs. The City of New York, et al., 1965-1967
Note: Police brutality
Box/Folder   40/20
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Goldwag, Arnold, et al., 1964-1965
Note: 1964 World's Fair demonstrations
Box/Folder   40/21
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Gore, Robert and Walter Flesch, 1963
Box/Folder   40/22
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Harrington, Gladys and Raphael Martinez, 1965
Box/Folder   40/23
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Hutchinson, David C., 1965-1966
Box/Folder   40/24
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Lawson, Joseph, et al., 1963-1965
Box/Folder   40/25
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Older, Jules, 1965
Box/Folder   40/26
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Penn, Sara E., 1963-1966
Box/Folder   41/1
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Ray, Jesse, 1965
Box/Folder   41/2-3
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Roberts, Jesse, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   41/4
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Schwerner, Michael, 1963
Box/Folder   41/5-6
Reel   22 (continued)
State of New York vs. Sprowal, William and Steven Gordon, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   41/7-8
Reel   23
State of New York vs. Stuyvesant Insurance Company, 1964-1967
Note: Follow-up on 1964 World's Fair cases
Box/Folder   41/9
Reel   23 (continued)
State of New York vs. Toliver, Henrietta, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   41/10
Reel   23 (continued)
State of New York vs. Williams, Lester, et al., 1968-1969
Box/Folder   41/11
Reel   23 (continued)
New York City rent disputes, 1960-1964
Box/Folder   41/12
Reel   23 (continued)
New York City Welfare Department sit-in, 1966
Box/Folder   41/13
Reel   23 (continued)
New York Telephone Company vs. Pritchard, Robert, 1963 (Debts)
Box/Folder   41/14
Reel   23 (continued)
Njuhigu, James, 1966
Box/Folder   41/15
Reel   23 (continued)
Norman, Ellen and Michael, et al. vs. Torlia, Thomas L., et al., District of Columbia, 1966
Note: Assault and battery; deprivation of rights
Box/Folder   41/16
Reel   23 (continued)
North Side State Bank vs. CORE, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   41/17
Reel   23 (continued)
O'Connor, Peggy J., et al. vs. Johnson, Paul B., Jr., Governor of Mississippi, et al., 1965-1967
Note: Reaportionment
Box/Folder   41/18
Reel   23 (continued)
Oliver, Billy Rae vs. State of Florida, 1969-1970
Box/Folder   41/19
Reel   23 (continued)
Olson, Wayne vs. Board of Education of Malverne, New York, 1965
Box/Folder   41/20
Reel   23 (continued)
Omal Realty vs. Colon, Pedro, et al., 1964-1965
Note: Housing violation
Box/Folder   41/21
Reel   23 (continued)
Paggett, Glenn-Ray and Ton Jefferson-Flowers vs. State of Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   41/22
Reel   24
Parrish, Benny Max vs. Civil Service Commission of Alameda, California, 1965-1967
Note: Firing of a social worker for refusal to comply with demands of CSC
Box/Folder   41/23
Reel   24 (continued)
Penn, Sara E., et al. vs. State of New York, 1965
Note: Discrimination in building trades unions
Box/Folder   42/1
Reel   24 (continued)
Pettiford, Icia Mae, 1966
Note: Georgia school busing
Box/Folder   42/2
Reel   24 (continued)
City of Philadelphia vs. Philadelphia CORE, 1963-1965
Box/Folder   42/3
Reel   24 (continued)
Piccadilly Cafeterias, Waco, Texas vs. CORE, et al., 1964
Box/Folder   42/4-11
Reel   24 (continued)
Pierson, Robert L., et al. vs. Ray, J. L., et al., 1962-1967
Note: Freedom Riders case; Four Ministers from Episcopal Society for Cultural and Racial Unity
Box/Folder   42/12
Reel   25
Potts, James Earl, et al. vs. McKeithen, John J., Governor of Louisiana, 1965
Note: Suspension from Louisiana Polytechnic Institute; class action suit
Box/Folder   42/13
Reel   25 (continued)
City of Quincy, Florida vs. Johnson, Joseph, 1966
Note: Drunkenness
Box/Folder   42/14
Reel   25 (continued)
Quinn, Mary vs. Morse, Joseph M. and CORE, Lauderdale, Mississippi, 1966-1967
Note: Traffic accident
Box/Folder   42/15
Reel   25 (continued)
Randolph Chevrolet vs. Nesmith, Roosevelt, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   42/16
Reel   25 (continued)
Raymond, George vs. Sessums, Lauris G., Jackson, Mississippi 1965 (Voting Rights)
Box/Folder   42/17
Reel   25 (continued)
Reitman, Neil, et al. vs. Mulkey, Lincoln W., et al., New York, 1967
Note: Housing discrimination
Box/Folder   42/18
Reel   25 (continued)
Richmond, Isiah vs. Scales, Charles T., et al., 1964-1967
Box/Folder   42/19
Reel   25 (continued)
Robinson, Charles et al. vs. City of Quincy, Florida, 1964
Box/Folder   42/20
Reel   25 (continued)
Robinson, Robert Z. vs. Robinson, Robert Z., Wayne, Michigan, 1967
Box/Folder   42/21
Reel   25 (continued)
Town of St. George, South Carolina vs. Robinson, Walter B., 1965
Note: Disorderly conduct
Box/Folder   42/22
Reel   25 (continued)
San Diego Gas and Electric vs. San Diego CORE, 1963
Note: Job discrimination
Box/Folder   42/23
Reel   25 (continued)
Sanders, Rita, et al. vs. Ellington, Buford, et al., Nashville, Tennessee
Note: School case
Box/Folder   42/24
Reel   25 (continued)
Savio, Mario vs. State of California, 1965
Box/Folder   42/25
Reel   25 (continued)
Senger, Henry C., Jr., et al. vs. Elliott, David L., et al.; Vesta Company vs. David, Charles, 1963
Note: Housing discrimination - related cases
Box/Folder   42/26
Reel   25 (continued)
Shapiro, Bernard vs. Thompson, Vivian, 1967-1968
Note: Welfare residency cases
Box/Folder   42/27
Reel   25 (continued)
Sheafe, Ruby, et al. vs. Wyman, Goerge K., et al., New York, 1968
Note: Termination of assistance payments without a hearing
Box/Folder   42/28
Reel   25 (continued)
Singleton; Derek Jerome, et al. vs. Jackson Municipal-Separate School District, et al., Jackson, Mississippi, 1965
Box/Folder   42/29
Reel   25 (continued)
Smith, Arlena L., et al. vs. American Liberty Insurance Company, 1968
Note: Appeal of earlier case
Box/Folder   42/30-32
Reel   25 (continued)
Smith, Arlena L., et al. vs. Harrison, Grover Cleveland et al., Mississippi, 1964-1967
Note: COFO negligence suit
Box/Folder   43/1
Reel   25 (continued)
Smith, Irma J., et al. vs. Concordia Parish (Louisiana) School Board, 1965-1967
Note: School desegregation case
Box/Folder   43/2
Reel   25 (continued)
Smith, Louis S., et al. vs. State of New Jersey, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   43/2A
Reel   26
Smith, Thomas J. vs. St. Tammany Parish (Louisiana) School Board, New Orleans, Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   43/3
Reel   26 (continued)
Smith, Sylvester, et al. vs. King, Ruben K., Alabama, 1966
Box/Folder   43/4
Reel   26 (continued)
South Carolina AFDC Case
Note: Suit against State of South Carolina
Box/Folder   43/5
Reel   26 (continued)
South Carolina welfare case, 1968
Box/Folder   43/6
Reel   26 (continued)
Sprowal, William vs. State of New York, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   43/7
Reel   26 (continued)
Sprowal, Elizabeth vs. Sprowal, William, 1964
Note: Non-support
Box/Folder   43/8-9
Reel   26 (continued)
Steele, Rochelle, et al. vs. Taft, George B., Mayor of Tallahassee, Florida, et al., 1965-1966
Note: Closing of Tallahassee swimming pools rather than integrating them
Box/Folder   43/10
Reel   26 (continued)
Stevenson, George vs. State of New York, 1968-1969
Note: Assault and resisting arrest
Box/Folder   43/11-12
Reel   26 (continued)
Straus, Nathan vs. Hanley, John J., County Clerk of Bronx County, New York, et al., 1965-1967
Note: Property qualifications; racial discrimination
Box/Folder   43/13
Reel   26 (continued)
Stukes, Albert vs. Youth and Adult Correctional Agency of California, et al., 1966
Box/Folder   43/14
Reel   26 (continued)
Taite, Charlie L. vs. Busbee, W. Clyde, et al., Escambia County, Florida, 1965-1967
Note: Job discrimination
Box/Folder   43/15
Reel   26 (continued)
City of Tallahassee, Florida vs. Gordon, Spiver W., 1965-1966
Box/Folder   43/16
Reel   27
Taylor, Severt H., et al. vs. State of Louisiana, 1961
Box/Folder   43/17
Reel   27 (continued)
Texaco Puerto Rico, Inc. vs. Armaiz, Justino V., et al., Puerto Rico, 1961
Box/Folder   43/18
Reel   27 (continued)
State of Texas vs. McMillan, Mario E., et al., 1968
Box/Folder   43/19
Reel   27 (continued)
Thompson, Nellie, et al. vs. Tait, L. O., et al., Mayor of Jonesboro, Louisiana, 1966
Note: Harrassment of African Americans by police
Box/Folder   43/20
Reel   27 (continued)
Thompson, Queen Esther vs. James, Tony, Monroe, Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   43/21
Reel   27 (continued)
Thompson, Thomas A. vs. Henry, Sherman Alonzo, et al., Williamsburg, South Carolina, 1966
Box/Folder   43/22
Reel   27 (continued)
Tinsley case, 1965
Note: Mississippi shooting
Box/Folder   43/23
Reel   27 (continued)
Toliver, Henrietta and Harold, Jr., vs. City of New York, 1962-1964
Box/Folder   43/24
Reel   27 (continued)
Toombs, Claire vs. Salsbery, Don G., 1964-1965 (Car Accident)
Box/Folder   43/25
Reel   27 (continued)
Tracy, Geneva, et al. vs. Robbins, Jack W., et al., 1965-1966
Note: Dorchester County, South Carolina school desegregation
Box/Folder   43/26
Reel   27 (continued)
Tyson, Bertrand O. vs. Cazes, Clarence J., 1964
Box/Folder   43/27
Reel   27 (continued)
United States vs. Ku Klux Klan; Ku Klux Klan vs. CORE, 1961
Box/Folder   43/28
Reel   27 (continued)
United States vs. Miller, David J., 1965-1966
Note: Draft Card Burning
Box/Folder   44/1
Reel   27 (continued)
United States and Stout, Linda vs. Jefferson County Board of Education, et al., 1967
Box/Folder   44/2
Reel   27 (continued)
Wagner, Victor, 1963-1967
Box/Folder   44/3
Reel   27 (continued)
Wechsler, Stuart Norman vs. Dorchester, South Carolina, 1965
Box/Folder   44/4
Reel   27 (continued)
Wechsler, Stuart Norman vs. County of Gadsden, Florida, 1965
Box/Folder   44/5
Reel   27 (continued)
Welfare residency case of Lillian Johnson, Akron, Ohio, 1968
Box/Folder   44/6
Reel   27 (continued)
Williams, Adeline, trust fund, 1967
Box/Folder   44/7
Reel   27 (continued)
Williams, Linda, et al. vs. Dandridge, Edmund P., Maryland 1969
Note: Welfare case
Box/Folder   44/8
Reel   27 (continued)
Williams, Edward R., et al. vs. Goodman, Albert, et al., Detroit, 1965
Note: Landlord-tenant disputes
Box/Folder   44/9
Reel   27 (continued)
Williams vs. P.M.A., 1965
Note: Workers Defense League; firing
Box/Folder   44/10
Reel   27 (continued)
Winters, Robert vs. Beck, Henry, Arkansas, 1967
Box/Folder   44/11
Reel   27 (continued)
State of Wisconsin vs. Givens, John H., 1964-1965
Box/Folder   44/12-16
Reel   27 (continued)/28
1964 World's Fair cases
Box/Folder   44/17
Reel   28 (continued)
Wright, Miriam vs. Wright, Ronald, Bronx, New York, 1967
Box/Folder   44/18
Reel   28 (continued)
Young, Andrew vs. Davies, L.O., et al., 1964
Box/Folder   44/19
Reel   28 (continued)
Young, Joe E. and Mabrey, Willie H. vs. Stephens, Mrs. Nelson I., 1963-1964
Box/Folder   44/20
Reel   28 (continued)
Zahra, Stephen Albert vs. United States, New York, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   44/21
Reel   28 (continued)
Zalecki, Leonard, 1969
Note: Discriminatory firing
Box/Folder   44/22
Reel   28 (continued)
Zaslousky, Morton L. vs. CORE, Chicago, 1964
Note: Housing violations
Box/Folder   44/23-24
Reel   28 (continued)
Miscellaneous legal cases
Subseries: Other legal cases
Box/Folder   44/25
Reel   28 (continued)
Adams, Samuel vs. Fazzio Real Estate Co., Inc., et al., New Orleans, Louisiana
Box/Folder   44/26
Reel   28 (continued)
Committee for Human Rights for James Anderson vs. Cooney, Charles E., Jr., New York, 1963
Note: Housing discrimination
Box/Folder   44/27
Reel   28 (continued)
Balthazar, Louis and Doretta vs. Mari, Ltd., et al., 1969
Box/Folder   44/28
Reel   28 (continued)
Baines, Bruce, et al., vs. City of Danville, Virginia, 1967
Box/Folder   44/29
Reel   28 (continued)
Blackwell, Lillian S., et al. vs. Harrison, Albertis S., Jr., et al., Fairfax, Virginia, 1963
Note: Class action by African Americans against segregation in theatres
Box/Folder   44/30
Reel   28 (continued)
Brotherhood of Railroad Trainmen vs. Virginia State Bar, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   45/1
Reel   28 (continued)
Cameron, John Earl, et al. vs. Johnson, Paul, Governor of Mississippi, et al., 1965
Box/Folder   45/2
Reel   29
Cardona, Martha vs. Powers, James M., et al., New York, 1966
Note: Voting rights denied to Puerto Ricans literate in Spanish
Box/Folder   45/3
Reel   29 (continued)
Chase Manhattan Bank vs. Potter, Paul, et al., New York, 1965
Note: South Africa demonstration
Box/Folder   45/4
Reel   29 (continued)
Cobb, Robert L., et al. vs. Montgomery Library Board, et al., Montgomery, Alabama, 1962
Note: Segregation of public library facilities
Box/Folder   45/5
Reel   29 (continued)
COFO, Rita Schwerner, et al. vs. Rainey, L. C., et al., Jackson, Mississippi, 1964
Note: Deaths of COFO workers
Box/Folder   45/6
Reel   29 (continued)
Dombrowski, James A., et al. vs. Pfister, James H., et al. New Orleans, Louisiana
Note: Intimidation of civil rights workers
Box/Folder   45/7
Reel   29 (continued)
Dombrowski vs. Pfister Type cases
Box/Folder   45/8
Reel   29 (continued)
W.E.B. DuBois Clubs of America, et al. vs. Katzenbach, Nicholas DeB., et al., District of Columbia, 1966
Box/Folder   45/9
Reel   29 (continued)
Miscellaneous notes on Florida cases
Box/Folder   45/10
Reel   29 (continued)
Food stamp cases, circa 1969
Box/Folder   45/11
Reel   29 (continued)
Jalbert, George E., et al. vs. District of Columbia, 1966
Note: Demonstration at U.S. Capitol
Box/Folder   45/12
Reel   29 (continued)
Jones, Joseph Lee, et al. vs. Alfred H. Mayer Co., et al., Missouri, 1967
Note: Housing discrimination against Jews and African Americans
Box/Folder   45/13
Reel   29 (continued)
Lefton, Michael, et al. vs. Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1964
Box/Folder   45/14
Reel   29 (continued)
In the matter of Local 208 of the Tobacco Workers International Union, 1964
Box/Folder   45/15
Reel   29 (continued)
Louisiana - miscellaneous legal cases, 1963-1968
Box/Folder   45/16-17
Reel   29 (continued)
Louisiana school desegregation cases, 1965
Box/Folder   45/18
Reel   29 (continued)
Louisiana voter registration cases
Box/Folder   45/19
Reel   29 (continued)
McLaughlin, Dewey, et al. vs. State of Florida, 1963
Box/Folder   45/20
Reel   29 (continued)
Maryland Freedom Labor Union, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   45/21
Reel   29 (continued)
Mercury Foundation, 1965
Box/Folder   45/22
Reel   29 (continued)
Miscellaneous legal notes, undated
Box/Folder   45/23
Reel   29 (continued)
Mississippi discrimination cases, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   45/24
Reel   29 (continued)
Missouri - equal opportunities memoranda and papers
Box/Folder   45/25
Reel   29 (continued)
NAACP vs. Overstreet, Haldred, Georgia, 1965
Note: Picketting and boycott
Box/Folder   45/26
Reel   29 (continued)
Oklahoma miscegenation laws, 1965
Box/Folder   45/27
Reel   29 (continued)
Poole, Bette, et al. vs. Barnett, Ross R., Governor of Mississippi, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   45/28
Reel   29 (continued)
Rowe, Lackey, Jr., vs. State of Mississippi
Note: Harassment
Box/Folder   45/29
Reel   29 (continued)
Schonfeld, Frank, et al. vs. Raftery, S. Frank
Box/Folder   45/30
Reel   29 (continued)
Seltzer, Lawrence, et al. vs. State of New York, 1966
Note: Demonstration; disturbing the peace
Box/Folder   45/31
Reel   29 (continued)
Suffolk County (New York) mace incidents, 1968
Box/Folder   45/32
Reel   29 (continued)
Thomas, Henry J., et al. vs. State of Mississippi, 1963
Box/Folder   45/33
Reel   29 (continued)
United Church of Christ vs. Federal Communications Commission
Box/Folder   45/34
Reel   30
United States vs. Campbell, L. F., 1964
Box/Folder   45/35
Reel   30 (continued)
United States vs. Building and Construction Trades Council of St. Louis, Missouri, 1966
Box/Folder   45/36
Reel   30 (continued)
United States vs. Heart of Atlanta Motel, Inc., 1964
Note: Discrimination in public accommodations
Box/Folder   45/37
Reel   30 (continued)
U.S. Steel Corporation vs. Baptiste, Maurice, et al., 1966-1968
Box/Folder   45/38
Reel   30 (continued)
Virginia State Bar vs. Tucker, S.W., 1959
Note: Complaint
Box/Folder   45/39
Reel   30 (continued)
White, Gardenia, et al. vs. Crook, Bruce, Alabama, 1966
Note: Discrimination in choosing a jury
Box/Folder   45/40
Reel   30 (continued)
Williams, Carl E. - coroner's inquest, 1965
Box/Folder   45/41
Reel   30 (continued)
Williams, H.O., et al. vs. Freeman, Orville L., Alabama, 1967
Note: Correction of voting irregularities
Box/Folder   45/42
Reel   30 (continued)
Willis, George, Jr., et al. vs. The Pickrick and Lester Maddox, 1964
Box/Folder   45/43
Reel   30 (continued)
Wolin, Ronald G. vs. Port of New York Authority
Box/Folder   45/44
Reel   30 (continued)
Woods, Rosie, et al. vs. Omaha, Nebraska, 1965
Note: Denial of legal rights to African Americans
Box/Folder   45/45
Reel   30 (continued)
Young, Chester vs. State of Florida, 1966
Note: Parole hearing
Subseries: Complaints to SEDFRE and requests for help
Box/Folder   45/46
Reel   30 (continued)
AFDC payments, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   45/47
Reel   30 (continued)
Armed forces discrimination, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   45/48
Reel   30 (continued)
Attica State Prison, New York, 1964
Box/Folder   45/49
Reel   30 (continued)
Brooklyn CORE miscellany, 1967
Box/Folder   45/50
Reel   30 (continued)
General complaints, 1964-1968
Box/Folder   46/1
Reel   30 (continued)
Housing, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   46/2
Reel   30 (continued)
Housing and welfare, 1966
Box/Folder   46/3
Reel   30 (continued)
Miscellaneous letters, prison letters, 1963-1966
Box/Folder   46/4
Reel   30 (continued)
Miscellaneous school complaints (individual), 1966-1968
Police brutality
Box/Folder   46/5
Reel   30 (continued)
1964-1966
Box/Folder   46/6
Reel   30 (continued)
Binghamton, New York, 1967
Box/Folder   46/7
Reel   30 (continued)
Harlem Riots, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   46/8
Reel   30 (continued)
135 Club, Queens, New York, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   46/9
Reel   30 (continued)
New York City, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   46/10
Reel   30 (continued)
Police complaints, Long Beach, New York, 1968
Box/Folder   46/11
Reel   31
Referred cases, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   46/12
Reel   31 (continued)
St. John, Mrs., Queens, New York, 1968
Note: Welfare; rent
Box/Folder   46/13
Reel   31 (continued)
Stanley, John, 1966-1968
Note: Discriminatory firing
Box/Folder   46/14
Reel   31 (continued)
Students' file on police practice complaints, 1966
Box/Folder   46/15
Reel   31 (continued)
Unanswerable mail, 1964
Box/Folder   46/16
Reel   31 (continued)
Unions, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   46/17
Reel   31 (continued)
Welfare, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   46/18
Reel   31 (continued)
Welfare complaints and notes, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   46/19
Reel   31 (continued)
Completed welfare cases, 1960, 1965-1967
Subseries: Housing and rent strikes
Box/Folder   46/20
Reel   31 (continued)
General, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   46/21
Reel   31 (continued)
Grosfeld property agreement
Box/Folder   46/22
Reel   31 (continued)
Purvey, Clarence E., 1965-1966
Box/Folder   46/23
Reel   31 (continued)
Rent - 141 West 95th Street, 1967
Box/Folder   46/24
Reel   31 (continued)
Rent withholding - Aimee, Joseph M., Jr. vs. Dorothy Hendricks, et al., 1967
Box/Folder   46/25
Reel   31 (continued)
Rent-withholding - Stein, Maxwell vs. Ellis, Lopez, et al., 1967
Box/Folder   46/26
Reel   31 (continued)
Sumak Holding Corp., vs. Offley, John, et al., 1963-1964
Subseries: Undeveloped cases
Box/Folder   46/27
Reel   31 (continued)
Arden House, 1967
Box/Folder   46/28
Reel   31 (continued)
Association of Community Trainers, 1969
Box/Folder   46/29
Reel   31 (continued)
Bible, Van, 1968
Box/Folder   46/30
Reel   31 (continued)
Board of Education arrests, 1967
Box/Folder   46/31
Reel   31 (continued)
Brown, Cliff, 1967
Box/Folder   46/32
Reel   31 (continued)
Carter, John, 1967
Box/Folder   46/33
Reel   31 (continued)
Clermont, Raymond, 1968
Box/Folder   46/34
Reel   31 (continued)
Council, Stephen, 1967
Box/Folder   46/35
Reel   31 (continued)
Draft, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   46/36
Reel   31 (continued)
Duke, William, 1967
Box/Folder   46/37
Reel   31 (continued)
Elmsford housing, 1969
Box/Folder   46/38
Reel   31 (continued)
Goldwag, Arnold, Brooklyn College, 1966
Box/Folder   46/39
Reel   31 (continued)
Jones, Josephine Buck, appointment as school principal, 1964, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   46/40
Reel   31 (continued)
Johnson, Ken, 1968
Box/Folder   46/41
Reel   31 (continued)
Jordan, David, 1968
Box/Folder   46/42
Reel   31 (continued)
Lane, Jerome, 1968
Box/Folder   46/43
Reel   31 (continued)
Morrisania Model Cities, 1968
Box/Folder   46/44
Reel   31 (continued)
Moscow, John, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   46/45
Reel   31 (continued)
Nash, Katrina, Mt. Vernon housing
Box/Folder   46/46
Reel   31 (continued)
Nassau County school investigation
Box/Folder   46/47
Reel   31 (continued)
New York Free Theatre, Inc., 1968
Box/Folder   46/48
Reel   31 (continued)
New York University, 1967
Box/Folder   46/49
Reel   31 (continued)
Njuhigo, James, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   46/50
Reel   31 (continued)
P.S. 122, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   46/51
Reel   31 (continued)
Page, William, 1968
Note: Employment discrimination
Box/Folder   46/52
Reel   31 (continued)
Reeves, Muriel, 1967
Box/Folder   46/53
Reel   31 (continued)
Resenthal, Frank, Columbia Demonstrator, 1968
Note: Criminal trespass
Box/Folder   46/54
Reel   31 (continued)
Rosenthal, Frank
Note: Fireworks
Box/Folder   46/55
Reel   31 (continued)
St. Francis Hospital, 1966
Box/Folder   46/56
Reel   31 (continued)
Schifler, Goerge, 1964
Note: Admission to the Bar, Eastern Districts
Box/Folder   46/57
Reel   31 (continued)
Strykers Bay CAP
Note: United welfare recipient cases
Box/Folder   46/58
Reel   31 (continued)
Thomas, Phillip, 1968
Note: Police brutality
Box/Folder   46/59
Reel   31 (continued)
Valentin, Marcelina, 1967
Box/Folder   46/60
Reel   31 (continued)
Walker, Melvin, 1967
Note: Selective Service classification
Box/Folder   46/61
Reel   31 (continued)
Wall, Louise
Note: Negligence
Box/Folder   46/62
Reel   31 (continued)
Waters, William, 1964-1965, 1968
Box/Folder   46/63
Reel   31 (continued)
Williams, Adeline, 1967
Box/Folder   46/64
Reel   31 (continued)
Subseries: Legal dockets (miscellaneous), 1965-1966
Subseries: Fair hearings file
Last names
Mss 546
Box/Folder   47/1-149
Abadie-Hassell
Box/Folder   48/1-164
Hayes-Smith
Mss 546 / Micro 2121
Box/Folder   49/1-52
Reel   31 (continued)
Smitherman-Young
Box/Folder   49/53
Reel   31 (continued)
Miscellaneous cases
Box/Folder   49/54
Reel   31 (continued)
American Bar Association report by Carl Rachlin, with a draft and correspondence, 1967
Box/Folder   49/55
Reel   31 (continued)
Analysis of fair hearings rules, 1967
Box/Folder   49/56
Reel   31 (continued)
Case notes, undated
Box/Folder   49/57
Reel   31 (continued)
Hearing requests, 1967
Box/Folder   49/58
Reel   31 (continued)
Legal briefs, 1966
Box/Folder   49/59
Reel   31 (continued)
Minimum standards campaign, 1967
Box/Folder   49/60
Reel   31 (continued)
New York State Board of Social Welfare Rules Committee, 1967
Box/Folder   49/61
Reel   31 (continued)
Regulations, 1965, 1968
Box/Folder   49/62
Reel   31 (continued)
Suffolk County, New York
Box/Folder   49/63
Reel   31 (continued)
Suffolk Welfare Project
Box/Folder   49/64
Reel   31 (continued)
Welfare cases, 1968
Box/Folder   49/65
Reel   31 (continued)
Welfare correspondence, 1965-1968
Box/Folder   49/66
Reel   31 (continued)
Welfare reference file
Subseries: Papers of Carl Rachlin
Box/Folder   49/67
Reel   31 (continued)
Personal documents, 1942-1963
Articles, drafts, and notes; speeches and testimony
Box/Folder   49/68
Reel   31 (continued)
1964 and 1965 civil rights laws
Box/Folder   49/68
Reel   31 (continued)
Title VII, 1966
Box/Folder   49/68
Reel   31 (continued)
Freedom Riders, 1961
Box/Folder   49/69
Reel   31 (continued)
“The Police Order”
Box/Folder   49/70
Reel   31 (continued)
Article for Workers Defense League News, 1968
Box/Folder   49/71
Reel   31 (continued)
“Clinical Approach to Law Teaching,” 1967-1968
Box/Folder   49/72
Reel   31 (continued)
Conference on Justice in the South, 1966
Box/Folder   49/73
Reel   31 (continued)
Congressional testimony and correspondence, 1964
Box/Folder   49/74
Reel   31 (continued)
Article for St. Louis Bar Journal regarding reconsideration of jury trials (with James Farmer)
Box/Folder   49/75
Reel   31 (continued)
Labor Law, 1956
Box/Folder   50/1
Reel   32
“The Lawyer in Civil Rights,” 1967
Box/Folder   50/2
Reel   32 (continued)
Miscellaneous notes
Box/Folder   50/3
Reel   32 (continued)
New York City “fair housing,” 1966-1967
Box/Folder   50/4
Reel   32 (continued)
Seminar, University of Wisconsin, 1968
Box/Folder   50/5
Reel   32 (continued)
Speech to Georgia Council of Human Relations, 1968 November 18
Box/Folder   50/6
Reel   32 (continued)
“Targets of Community Action,” 1969 March 25
Box/Folder   50/7
Reel   32 (continued)
Testimony before Senate Finance Committee on H.R. 12080, 1967
Legal papers (personal law practice)
Box/Folder   50/8
Reel   32 (continued)
Incorporation of miscellaneous groups
Box/Folder   50/9
Reel   32 (continued)
Mutarelli, Nancy Stedman, 1966
Note: Will
Box/Folder   50/10
Reel   32 (continued)
Owens, Philip C., 1967
Box/Folder   50/11
Reel   32 (continued)
The Shoe Bazaar, Inc., 1968
Box/Folder   50/12
Reel   32 (continued)
Shur, Mona, 1966
Box/Folder   50/13
Reel   32 (continued)
Tedesche, Irma, 1961-1967 (Will)
Box/Folder   50/14
Reel   32 (continued)
Wellnor, Margot vs. Prince Macaroni Manufacturing Corp., 1969
Box/Folder   50/15
Reel   32 (continued)
Will, Werner, 1966
Note: Will
Other activities and personal reference files
American Bar Association Subcommittee on the Continuing Gap (between the promise of civil rights laws and reality)
Box/Folder   50/16
Reel   32 (continued)
Subcommittee report and draft by Carl Rachlin
Box/Folder   50/17
Reel   32 (continued)
Membership, correspondence, minutes, reports, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   50/18
Reel   32 (continued)
Report, reference, correspondence, 1967-1969
Box/Folder   50/19
Reel   32 (continued)
Correspondence, reports, 1968
Box/Folder   50/20
Reel   32 (continued)
Reference material on Arizona civil rights
Box/Folder   50/21
Reel   32 (continued)
California civil rights
Box/Folder   50/22
Reel   32 (continued)
Colorado civil rights
Box/Folder   50/23
Reel   32 (continued)
Connecticut civil rights
Box/Folder   50/24
Reel   32 (continued)
Evansville, Indiana civil rights
Box/Folder   50/25
Reel   32 (continued)
Kansas City, Kansas civil rights
Box/Folder   50/26
Reel   32 (continued)
Kentucky civil rights
Box/Folder   50/27
Reel   32 (continued)
Massachusetts civil rights
Box/Folder   50/28
Reel   32 (continued)
Montana civil rights
Box/Folder   50/29
Reel   32 (continued)
Nebraska civil rights
Box/Folder   50/30-31
Reel   32 (continued)
General reference material
Box/Folder   50/32
Reel   33
Bankruptcy
Box/Folder   50/33
Reel   33 (continued)
California Civil Rights Project (proposed), 1963-1964
Box/Folder   50/34
Reel   33 (continued)
Civil Rights Act - Title VI
Box/Folder   50/35-36
Reel   33 (continued)
Civil Rights Act - Title VII, 1965
Box/Folder   50/37
Reel   33 (continued)
Civil Rights Act, 1966
Box/Folder   50/38
Reel   33 (continued)
Civil Rights Law (testing forms)
Box/Folder   50/39
Reel   33 (continued)
Complaint of employment discrimination, 1964
Box/Folder   50/40
Reel   33 (continued)
Confidentiality of records, 1967
Box/Folder   50/41-42
Reel   33 (continued)
Consumer fraud, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   50/43
Reel   33 (continued)
Employment of African Americans abroad, 1964-1966
Box/Folder   50/44
Reel   33 (continued)
Federal bail practices, 1963-1966
Box/Folder   51/1
Reel   33 (continued)
Foodstamp Program/poverty rights, 1967
Box/Folder   51/2
Reel   33 (continued)
New Hampshire Civil Rights Commission, 1966
Box/Folder   51/3
Reel   33 (continued)
Ohio Civil Rights Commission
Box/Folder   51/4
Reel   33 (continued)
Oregon Civil Rights Commission, 1966
Box/Folder   51/5
Reel   33 (continued)
Personal financial records
Box/Folder   51/6
Reel   33 (continued)
Washington state civil rights
Subseries: Legal department reference files
Box/Folder   51/7
Reel   33 (continued)
Anti-discrimination law, State of New York, 1962, 1964
Box/Folder   51/8
Reel   33 (continued)
Anti-trust laws
Box/Folder   51/9
Reel   33 (continued)
Assault (New York Penal Law 242, 244)
Box/Folder   51/10
Reel   33 (continued)
Bail reports
Box/Folder   51/11
Reel   33 (continued)
Center for the Study of Democratic Institutions
Box/Folder   51/12
Reel   33 (continued)
Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title I, general interpretations
Box/Folder   51/13
Reel   33 (continued)
Civil Rights Act, Title II
Box/Folder   51/14
Reel   34
Civil Rights Act, Title VI
Box/Folder   51/15
Reel   34 (continued)
Civil Rights Act, 1966 - Analyses
Box/Folder   51/16
Reel   34 (continued)
Civil rights bill, 1866
Box/Folder   51/17
Reel   34 (continued)
Bibliography on civil rights
Box/Folder   51/18
Reel   34 (continued)
Consumer boycotts, 1969
Box/Folder   51/19
Reel   34 (continued)
Consumer credit (Harlem Consumer Education)
Box/Folder   51/20
Reel   34 (continued)
Continuing Education Center, 1964
Box/Folder   51/21
Reel   34 (continued)
Demonstrations and legal defense of demonstrators, 1959-1963
Box/Folder   51/22
Reel   34 (continued)
Desegregation of airports, 1961
Box/Folder   51/23
Reel   34 (continued)
Desegregation of buses (Interstate Commerce Commission), 1961
Box/Folder   51/24
Reel   34 (continued)
“Discriminatory Administration of an Ordinance Fair on its Face” (draft)
Box/Folder   51/25
Reel   34 (continued)
Economic effects of discrimination, 1963
Box/Folder   51/26
Reel   34 (continued)
Employment discrimination
Box/Folder   51/27
Reel   34 (continued)
Equal employment opportunity
Box/Folder   51/28
Reel   34 (continued)
Equal employment - Motorola
Box/Folder   51/29
Reel   34 (continued)
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   51/30
Reel   34 (continued)
Federal jurisdiction, 1964-1965
Box/Folder   51/31
Reel   34 (continued)
Federal Protection Program, 1965
Box/Folder   51/32
Reel   34 (continued)
Food stamps, 1968-1969
Box/Folder   51/33
Reel   34 (continued)
Gees Bend, Alabama, 1968
Box/Folder   51/34
Reel   34 (continued)
Grape strike
Box/Folder   51/35
Reel   34 (continued)
Guidelines for enforcement of Title VI, Civil Rights Act, 1964
Box/Folder   51/36
Reel   34 (continued)
Harlem riots, television scripts, 1964 July
Box/Folder   51/37
Reel   34 (continued)
Housing and urban development
Box/Folder   51/38-39
Reel   34 (continued)
Housing discrimination
Box/Folder   52/1
Reel   34 (continued)
Housing material, 1964
Box/Folder   52/2
Reel   34 (continued)
Independence, Missouri urban renewal, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   52/2A
Reel   34 (continued)
Jury trials, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   52/3
Reel   34 (continued)
Labor relations , 1959-1961
Box/Folder   52/4
Reel   34 (continued)
Legal education of minority students, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   52/5
Reel   35
Legal files (sample documents)
Box/Folder   52/6
Reel   35 (continued)
Manuscript on labor relations and correspondence, 1961
Box/Folder   52/7
Reel   35 (continued)
Mace research, 1968
Box/Folder   52/8
Reel   35 (continued)
Migrant workers, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   52/9-10
Reel   35 (continued)
Miscellaneous, 1964-1967
Box/Folder   52/11
Reel   35 (continued)
Monroe, Louisiana, paper, 1965?
Box/Folder   52/12-13
Reel   35 (continued)
Narcotics, 1967-1968
Box/Folder   52/14
Reel   35 (continued)
National Labor Relations Board
Box/Folder   52/15
Reel   35 (continued)
Manuscript on African American voting in Mississippi history
Box/Folder   52/16
Reel   35 (continued)
New Politics Convention, 1967
Box/Folder   52/17
Reel   35 (continued)
New York Advisory Committee to U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, 1963
Box/Folder   52/18
Reel   35 (continued)
New York City school suspensions, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   52/19
Reel   35 (continued)
State of New York, Department of Law, 1966
Box/Folder   52/20
Reel   35 (continued)
New York discrimination laws
Box/Folder   52/21
Reel   35 (continued)
New York Human Rights Commission reports, 1966-1967
Box/Folder   52/22
Reel   35 (continued)
New York Landlord-Tenant Law
Box/Folder   52/23
Reel   35 (continued)
Office of Economic Opportunity and Community Action Organization, 1965
Box/Folder   52/24
Reel   35 (continued)
Pt. Coupee Parish, Louisiana, 1965
Box/Folder   52/25
Reel   35 (continued)
Project on disorderly conduct, 1968
Box/Folder   52/26
Reel   35 (continued)
Property qualifications for voting and holding elective office, 1967
Box/Folder   52/27
Reel   35 (continued)
Public housing
Box/Folder   52/28
Reel   35 (continued)
Religious freedom, 1968
Box/Folder   52/29
Reel   35 (continued)
Remedial education, 1964
Box/Folder   52/30
Reel   35 (continued)
Right to counsel, 1964
Box/Folder   52/31
Reel   36
Rights of arrested people
Box/Folder   52/32
Reel   36 (continued)
Scholarships (research memoranda)
Box/Folder   52/33
Reel   36 (continued)
School bonds for segregated schools, 1963-1964, undated
School desegregation
Box/Folder   53/1-2
Reel   36 (continued)
General, 1964-1965, undated
Box/Folder   53/3
Reel   36 (continued)
Florida, 1965
Box/Folder   53/4
Reel   36 (continued)
General
Box/Folder   53/5
Reel   36 (continued)
Lexington, Kentucky, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   53/6
Reel   36 (continued)
Louisiana, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   53/7
Reel   36 (continued)
Memorandum, 1965
Box/Folder   53/8
Reel   36 (continued)
Statewide, 1965
Box/Folder   53/9
Reel   36 (continued)
Syracuse, New York, 1962
Box/Folder   53/10
Reel   36 (continued)
Utica, New York, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   53/11
Reel   36 (continued)
Harlem, New York, 1966
Box/Folder   53/12
Reel   36 (continued)
Sit-ins, 1963-1964
Box/Folder   53/13-15
Reel   36 (continued)
Social Security Act and amendments, 1967
Box/Folder   53/16
Reel   36 (continued)
Solicitation and collection of contributions for charitable purposes (New York law), 1960
Box/Folder   53/17
Reel   37
South Carolina demography
Box/Folder   53/18
Reel   37 (continued)
Summary of federal court decisions involving fair employment practices
Box/Folder   53/19
Reel   37 (continued)
Taxpayer's standing to sue
Box/Folder   53/20
Reel   37 (continued)
Telephones for welfare recipients, 1966-1968
Box/Folder   53/21
Reel   37 (continued)
Uniform Civil Rights Law, 1965
Box/Folder   53/22
Reel   37 (continued)
Voting Rights Law of 1965
Welfare
Box/Folder   53/23
Reel   37 (continued)
Alabama
Box/Folder   53/24
Reel   37 (continued)
Illinois
Box/Folder   53/25
Reel   37 (continued)
Legislation, 1965-1967
Box/Folder   53/26
Reel   37 (continued)
Miscellaneous briefs and memoranda on welfare policy, 1968, undated
Box/Folder   53/27-28
Reel   37 (continued)
Miscellaneous papers on welfare, 1965-1966
Box/Folder   53/29
Reel   37 (continued)
National and New Jersey, 1967, undated
Box/Folder   54/1
Reel   37 (continued)
New York City, 1966, undated
Box/Folder   54/2
Reel   37 (continued)
Paper: “The Social Welfare State and the Poor” / by R. Cloward, 1966
Box/Folder   54/3
Reel   37 (continued)
Welfare rights
Audio 956A
Series: Tape Recordings
956A/1-4
“Gilligan” stereonettes, undated (1964-1968?)
Scope and Content Note: Tape recorded drafts of articles, dictated correspondence, and discussions concerning civil rights, law students and their employment, welfare, and Israel.
956A/5
Unidentified speaker discussing non-violence, civil rights, and nuclear disarmament.
956A/6-7
Radio show, May 25, 1964, broadcast over WNAZ, Albany, New York, hosted by Haywood Vincent.
Scope and Content Note: Interview with Mrs. Julia Brown, “Are the Civil Rights Groups Communist Influenced?” with listener responses.