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M357 Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection

Object Type: Collection
In Collection: Historical Manuscripts and Photographs Digital Collection



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From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Two-sided card containing an application to join the Ku Klux Klan on one side; on the other side is propaganda material and contact information for the United Klans of America, Inc. (in Tuscaloosa, Alabama) and Knights of the Ku Klux Klan (Natchez, Mississippi).

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of an unidentified African American boy at typewriter, most likely taken at the Holly Springs Freedom House.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Kathleen Dahl seated at a desk, most likely taken at the Freedom House in Holly Springs.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Sid Walker (far left), an unidentified woman, and an unidentified civil rights worker at the Freedom House office in Holly Springs.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of participants of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party (MFDP) convention at the Masonic Temple in Jackson, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of (left to right) Wayne Yancey, Charlie Scales, Ruth Koenig, and unidentified woman on the porch of the original Freedom House in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Three unidentified African American boys playing ping-pong on porch in Holly Springs. This is probably the porch of the second Holly Springs Freedom House at 110 Rust Avenue.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of the arrest of Frank Cieciorka in Holly Springs for defacing the Marshall County jail. Note the sign hung around Cieciorka's neck.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Frank Cieciorka standing by two unidentified policemen during an arrest for defacing the Marshall County jail in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of the gable end of the original Freedom House at 100 Rust Avenue in Holly Springs, Mississippi. A sign on the house reads "COFO SNCC" and shows the image of clasped hands.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Color photograph of the original Freedom House at 100 Rust Avenue in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of civil rights worker Frank Cieciorka standing on the street in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Cieciorka can be seen on the far right side of the photograph, looking at the camera.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Hardy Frye (far left in overalls) speaking with Henry Aronson during a voter registration demonstration in downtown Holly Springs, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of civil rights worker Marjorie Merrill eating corn on the cob.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Freedom School students and volunteers standing on the porch of Freedom House. Frank Cieciorka (wearing glasses) and Kathleen Dahl (far right, only partially visible) are the identified volunteers in the photograph.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of four students standing on the front porch of the Freedom School in Holly Springs.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of four Rust College students standing in front of the Freedom House in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Civil rights posters and posters of the Johnson/Humphrey 1964 presidential campaign are attached to the house.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of a Rust College student standing in front of the Freedom House in Holly Springs, Mississippi. A civil rights poster of Fannie Lou Hamer and a poster of the Johnson/Humphrey 1964 presidential campaign are attached to the house.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. One color photograph of Kathleen Dahl, M.L. Curry, and his sister Rebel standing in front of Kathleen's car. M.L. Curry was a local resident of Holly Springs, Mississippi, and volunteered with Kathleen during Freedom Summer 1964.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Rust College, an African-American Methodist College in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Freedom Summer volunteers assigned to Holly Springs, including Kathleen Dahl, lived on the third floor of Rust Hall at the college during Freedom Summer 1964.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Pat (Patricia) Amlin Scudder, a Holly Springs civil rights worker, kneeling beside a dog. Kathleen Dahl and Pat were both from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Pat married Ken Scudder, also a Holly Springs volunteer and native of Milwaukee.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of (left to right) Bob Smith, U. Z. Nunnally, Annanais McGhee (seated in the background), Howard Jeffries and Barbara Bloomfield on their way to a meeting. Nunnally, McGhee and Jeffries were residents of Holly Springs; all were volunteers in the Mississippi Freedom Project.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of young people playing ping-pong on a porch in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of young people dancing at the Freedom House in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of Marjorie Merrill (holding guitar) and two unidentified African-American students on the steps of the Freedom House in Holly Springs, MS. Marjorie, a volunteer from the East Coast, worked in Holly Springs during Freedom Summer 1964.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of three unidentified African American men building a front porch for the second Freedom House in Holly Springs, Mississippi. Part of the original Freedom House can be seen on the right.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of three African American girls reading a book on the porch of the second Freedom House in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Kathleen Dahl playing ping-pong with three African American children.

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Rita Walker's children, nieces, and nephews standing in front of a Plymouth that belonged to the Council of Federated Organizations (COFO).

From the Dahl (Kathleen) Freedom Summer Collection. Black-and-white photograph of three policemen and unknown woman on Memphis Street in Holly Springs.

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