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Tom Hayden papers, 1956-1964.

Author: Tom HaydenBetty BinderElla BakerWiley A BrantonRobb K BurlageAll authors
Edition/Format:   Archival material : English
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Consist of correspondence, essays and drafts of articles, subject files, newspaper and magazine clippings, and miscellaneous pamphlets, reprints, and serial issues collected by Hayden during his years in Ann Arbor, and concerned primarily with the civil rights movement, particularly the activities of the federal government in regard to race relations, the registration of black voters in the South, and case histories
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Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Tom Hayden; Betty Binder; Ella Baker; Wiley A Branton; Robb K Burlage; Joanne Grant; Sandra (Cason) Hayden; William L Higgs; Burke Marshall; Donald R Matthews; Barbara Patterson, of Atlanta Ga.; J Francis Pohlhaus; James W Prothro; Marvin Rich; Morris H Rubin; John Anthony Scott; Howard Zinn
OCLC Number: 68304296
In: Labadie Collection
Description: 83 items.

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Consist of correspondence, essays and drafts of articles, subject files, newspaper and magazine clippings, and miscellaneous pamphlets, reprints, and serial issues collected by Hayden during his years in Ann Arbor, and concerned primarily with the civil rights movement, particularly the activities of the federal government in regard to race relations, the registration of black voters in the South, and case histories of individuals. The subject files document activities of COFO [i.e., the Council of

Federated Organizations], especially in Mississippi; the Highlander Folk School's Citizenship School Training Program; and the U.S. National Student Association. Included also are reports from the Southern Regional Council and Hayden's scrapbook of articles he wrote for the Michigan Daily, 1959-60.

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