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M358 Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs

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In Collection: Historical Manuscripts and Photographs Digital Collection



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From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Mississippi Freedom Project volunteers from Batesville sitting on the front porch of "freedom house" in Holly Springs, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph is of Mrs. Powell and John B. Maurer.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Main Street of Sardis, Mississippi, in July of 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Mike Smith, Barbara Bloomfield, and an unidentified teacher on the front porch of "freedom house" in Holly Springs, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows a Freedom School in Ruleville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows the courthouse in Batesville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows the African American public school and Thomas' Sundry in Batesville, Mississippi, in July 1964

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows the Batesville, Mississippi, railroad station, where Mississippi Freedom Project volunteers, on July 25, 1964, were harassed by opponents of their work.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; Batesville, MS staff joining hands outside. John Maurer writes, "We shall overcome." Left to right: Unidentified woman and man, Claude Weaver, Geoff Cowan, Kathie Amatniek (Sarachild), Luther Buckley, unidentified woman, Jim Kates, Clair O'Connor, Chris Williams (?), and Mike Wood (?).

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The Batesville, MS staff (volunteers) outside the doorway of the Church of God. Left to right: Unidentified man, Geoff Cowan, Luther Buckley, Kathie Amatniek (Sarachild), unidentified female, Jim Kates,

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph show Bebe, the cook at Thomas' Sundry in Batesville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows an inside room of the Community Center in Batesville, Mississippi, which has Freedom posters on the wall and voter registration materials about the room.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Bebe, a cook at Thomas' Sundry, and Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Thomas, owners of Thomas' Sundry, posing in front of the Sundry in Batesville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; Project director Claude Weaver (far right), the Greenwood project director and Harvard student (left), and Geoff Cowan in the center.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs. The photograph shows Kathie Amatnick (Sarachild), the first person seen in the photograph, helping an unknown person in the library of the church at Batesville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Bebe, John B. Maurer, and Mrs. Lamar Thomas in front of Thomas' Sundry in Batesville, Mississippi.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Jim Kates and Geoff Cowan with two children on their shoulders.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows three young men reading from scripts, and two young girls sitting and facing them.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph is of Mr. Lamar Thomas, owner of Thomas' Sundry, in Batesville, Mississippi.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows three unidentified people working in the office of the Church of God in Batesville, Mississippi. Two are women leaning over to help a small child, and the other person, a man, is sitting at a typewriter.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Lynn, the person with the white sunglasses, teaching an adult literacy class sitting outside on chairs in Ruleville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Jim Kates in a discussion with a local woman on her front porch.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows two unidentified men working in the library of the Church of God in Batesville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph is of Mrs. Lamar Thomas in the Thomas' Sundry in Batesville, Mississippi.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows local children using the library at the Church of God in Batesville, Mississippi, in July 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows a Freedom Project volunteer, named Lynn, preparing to conduct an adult literacy class for African-American adults in Ruleville, Mississippi, in July of 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows two young children, and Luther Buckley, from Batesville, standing in the doorway of the Como, Mississippi, home.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows a "One Man One Vote" freedom poster on the wall of a chicken house in Ruleville, Mississippi, in July of 1964.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows the house in Ruleville, Mississippi, that John B. Maurer lived in during the Mississippi Freedom Project.

From the Maurer (John B.) Freedom Summer Photographs; The photograph shows Pam Jones and Doug Sorenson sitting in the back seat of an automobile.

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