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Author: Suzanne Bonefas
These documents were purchased at an estate sale of a former Grand Dragon of the United Klans of America, and date from the late 60's and early 70's.
Author: Suzanne Bonefas
A collection of articles that shows the richness of the Hyde Park neighborhood in North Memphis, including mentions of the Hyde Park Theatre, Hyde Park School and the Hyde Park Civic Club. Just a few of many related items - search "Hyde" for more.
Author: Suzanne Bonefas
Articles from the Memphis World and other documents related to the career of Dr. Benjamin L. Hooks.
Author: Suzanne Bonefas
Interviews and other materials that document the Evergreen neighborhood of Memphis.
Author: Suzanne Bonefas
Documents from the Memphis Public Library and Information Center A. Arthur Halle Collection documenting the Cotton Carnnival in Memphis. Coming soon are documents from the Venson Collection about the Cotton Makers Jubilee.
Author: Suzanne Bonefas
Documents from the Memphis Public Library's Beale Street Colletion pertaining to the businesses operated by legendary club owner Sunbeam Mitchell.
Author: Suzanne Bonefas
Memphis World articles about Mr. Lockard's career.
Author: Crossroads Collections
Materials from the Hill Foundation collection related to the desegregation of Hoxie Arkansas schools in 1955, soon after Brown v. Board.
Author: Crossroads Collections
This collection contains a selection of the interviews in the Crossroads archive. To make sure you see them all, search for "Interview" in the Search box.
Author: Crossroads Collections
The hearings before the United States Commission on Civil Rights took place on June 25-26, 1962 in Memphis, Tennessee.
Author: Crossroads Collections
Documents provided by Judge Russell B. Sugarmon, Memphis civil rights lawyer and activist.
Author: Crossroads Collections
These audio interviews were conducted in November 2007 on the Rhodes College campus by StoryCorps as part of their Griot initiative, and are included in Crossroads with the permission of StoryCorps (www.storycorps.net).