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Name of Collection:  Clark (Gloria) Freedom Summer Photographs                            

Accession Number:  AM14-30                   

Given By:  Ms. Gloria Clark (photographer; via Larry Rubin, digitizer)                             

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt:  20 November 2014                           

Extent: 12 Digital images of photographs taken by Donor                        

Inclusive Dates:  1964-65 and 1993     

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

Digital image copies of twelve (12) photographs taken by the donor in 1964-65 and 1993 documenting Freedom Summer activities in Holly Springs and Benton County, Mississippi. A set of printed copies was also made for the collection and public access. 


Accession Number:  AM15-79                               

Given By:  Gloria Clark   

Copyright: This collection may be protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the united States (Title 17, United States Code).

Date of Receipt:  October 22, 2014       

Extent:  Photocopies of 17 Photographs         

Inclusive Dates:  1964; 1966

Form of Material (Letters, Minutes, etc.):

This accession consists of photocopies of photographs that document the Civil Rights Movement and Freedom Summer in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Four sheets contain 17 photocopies of photographs taken in Holly Springs in 1964 and 1966. Nine are duplicates of photocopied photographs in M362 Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection. One is a duplicate of an original photograph in M357 Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. One unidentified image is in the group twice.

Photo 1            Left to right, Bettina, Mary, a young freedom school student and Barbara Walker standing on the front porch of possibly the Freedom School, 1964.

                          Photograph number M362-12 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

 

Photo 2            Freedom Summer students and Pam Parker. Delois Polk is second from right and Pam parker is at the far right, 1964.

                          Photograph number M362-8 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

 

Photo 3            Three unidentified men, 1964.

 

Photo 4            James, 1964.

                          Photograph number M362-13 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

 

Photo 5            Left to right, Wayne Yancey “from Chicago who was killed in auto accident”, Charlie Scales, Ruth Koenig, and unidentified woman on the original Freedom Summer House porch at 100 Rust Avenue, Holly Springs, Mississippi, 1964.

                          Photograph number M362-14 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

                          Photograph number M357-11 in the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection is the original photograph of this photocopy.

 

Photo 6            Left to right, unidentified man, Ruth Koenig, and Betty White on the original Freedom Summer House porch at 100 Rust Avenue, Holly Springs, Mississippi, 1964.

                          Photograph number M362-15 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

 

Photo 7            Left to right, unidentified boy, James, and unidentified boy in front of a tree and house, 1964.

 

Photo 8            Two unidentified boys on bikes in front of the Freedom Center at 110 Rust Avenue, Holly Springs, Mississippi.

                          Photograph number M362-9 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph, 1964.

 

Photo 9            Three unidentified boys in front of a house, 1966.

 

Photo 10          Ruth Koenig with a picket sign that reads “Don’t Spend Money: Until They Hire You”, 1966.

                          Photograph number M362-6 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

 

Photo 11          Unidentified man getting into a light colored utility van, 1964.

 

Photo 12          Group of five children in front of a house. The names Joe, Jackie, Maury and Etta are written underneath the photocopy, but there is no indication of which of the name goes with which child, 1966.

 

Photo 13          Three unidentified children on the porch of the Freedom Center at 110 Rust Avenue, Holly Springs, Mississippi, playing Ping-Pong, 1964.

                           Photograph number M362-2 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

                           Photograph number M357-10 in the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection is the original photograph of this photocopy.

 

Photo 14          Freedom School students, on the front row, second from left, is Charlie, then James, and Mary is in the center of the back row; the other children are unidentified, 1964.

                           Photograph number M362-7 in the Koenig (Ruth) Freedom Summer Collection is another photocopy of this photograph.

 

Photo 15          Unidentified woman holding a picket sign with an illegible message. The last two words are “We Demand”, 1966.

 

Photo 16          Three unidentified men, this is the same photocopy as Photo 3 in this collection, 1964.

 

Photo 17          Group of unidentified people on the front porch of what appears to be 100 Rust Avenue, Holly Springs, Mississippi, in this double exposure photocopy of a photograph, 1964.


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