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M500 Whyte (Iain) Civil Rights Collection

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



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From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Restaurant store front in an unknown location. "White Only" can be seen written on the front window.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Sign states "Mississippi Law STOP" in an unknown location.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Cotton fields in an unknown location.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Storefront in Jackson, MIssissippi, advertising "Goldwater for President".

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Mr. Albert Peters, age 94, at his home in Greenville.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Frank Brown's Lunch Room in Greenville, Mississippi, the first Freedom School visited by Whyte. "Welcome Freedom School" can be seen written on the door.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Full view of the second Freedom School visited by Whyte.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Side view of the Second Freedom School.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Two young boys on the porch of the Second Freedom Summer School in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Two young boys on the porch of the Second Freedom Summer School in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Voter registration information given on porch of Second Freedom School in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. William Cober (Cohen) of New York, plays and sings for a Freedom School in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Jim Crockett of California shows a little girl how to drum at a Freedom School in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Muriel Tillinghast addressing Precincts 4 and 5 regarding the Freedom Democratic Party in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Rev. Stephen Johnson of Connecticut, helps register Freedom Democratic Party voters at Precinct 4 in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Mort Thomas helps run Precinct 2 at Jake's Chapel in Greenville, Mississippi.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. Four members of the Council of Federated Organizations (COFO) in Greenville, Mississippi,

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. The Council of Federated Organizations (COFO) in Greenville, Mississippi, decides not to march on the courthouse while the police chief is away, as promised by Charlie Cobb.

From the Whyte (Iain) Civil Right Collection. Photograph from Reverend Whyte's time in Mississippi during the summer of 1964 in Greenville and Jackson. A memorial service at Friendship Baptist Church in Greenville, Mississippi, with Charlie Cobb.

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