Mississippi Humanities Council
Mississippi Department of Archives and History

Interview List G


Gage, Robert D. IV

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on May 5, 1992

 

Galloway, Rachel

1 cassette. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on September 4, 1995

 

Garner, John, professor, Tougaloo College

Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Oral History Collection

Archive number: OHP 366. 1 reel-to-reel tape. Unedited transcript

(50 pp.).

Interviewed by John Jones and John Dittmer on February 13, 1981

Subjects: civil rights lawyers; Clarice T. Campbell; integration of the Galloway Church; Jack Young; Jackson, Miss.; John R. Salter; Joyce Ladner; R. Jess Brown; Edwin King; St. Andrews; Tougaloo College

 

Gatson, Hattye

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

1 cassette tape. Transcript (24 pp.)

Interviewed by Harriet Tanzman on January 16, 2000.

Subjects: civil rights movement in Durant; voter registration; Ku Klux Klan; segregation in restaurants and hospitals; Vicksburg boycott of 1971; Head Start; welfare

 

Gerfield, Mitch, white Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Natchez, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 291. Cassette. Transcript.

 

Giles, Alice

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

3 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on September 1, 1995

 

Gilman, Bob, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Tibbee, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0237. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript.

 

Gilmore, Gladys, teacher and counselor, Chastain Junior High School

Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Murrah High School Oral History Project

Archive number: OHP 250. 1 cassette. Transcript: verbatim (13 pp.)

Interviewed by Lisa Mikles in March 1978

Subjects: busing; desegregation; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson public schools; school integration

 

Givhan, Bessie Burnely, president, Greenville chapter, NAACP

Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Washington County Oral History Project

Archive number: OH 79-01.58. 1 cassette. Transcripts: verbatim, final (18 pp.). Index.

Interviewed by Daisy M. Greene on September 19, 1978

Subjects: Delta Resource Committee; Greenville, Miss.; Hinds County; Jackson, Miss.; NAACP; NAACP-lawsuits; Port Gibson, Miss.

 

Glazier, Herman, administrative assistant, Mississippi governor's office

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 485. 2 cassette tapes. Transcript (57 pp.).

Interviewed by Reid Derr on September 10, 1993

Subjects: Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; Paul B. Johnson Jr.; Ross Barnett; White Citizens' Council

 

Gooden, Bennie S., Head Start, Clarksdale, Mississippi

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 599. 1 cassette. Transcript (30 pp.).

Interviewed by Homer Hill on March 15, 1994

Subjects: Aaron Henry; Andrew Carr; anti-poverty programs; Bennie F. McLaurin; Brown v. Board of Education; Charles Murray; Child Development Group of Mississippi; Clarksdale, Miss.; Coahoma County; Coahoma Opportunities, Inc.; Greenville, Miss.; Gycelle Tynes; H.H. Humes; Head Start; Hugh White; Jackson, Miss.; James C. Gillam; Jesse Epps; John C. Stennis; Ku Klux Klan; Losing Ground; Lyon, Miss.; Mississippi Action for Progress; North Mississippi Rural Legal Services; Office of Economic Opportunity; Owen Cooper; segregaton; Southern Education Recreaton Association; Sunflower County; Tunica County; violence

 

Gooden, Earl

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on April 16, 1996

 

Goforth, Oliver

Lauderdale County Department of Archives and History: Pluggin' Into the Past Collection

Transcript (20 pp.).

Interviewed by William M. Brown on February 16, 1989

Subjects: FBI; Ku Klux Klan; Lawrence T. Rainey; Neshoba County; Philadelphia, Miss.; Philadelphia murders; racial violence

 

Goldberg, Arthur J., U.S. Supreme Court, 1962-1965

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library: The Lyndon Baines Johnson Oral History Collection

Transcript (36 pp.). Interviewee retains copyright, restricted during his lifetime except with written permission

 

Goldfarb, Ronald, consultant, War on Poverty Task Force, 1964

Lyndon Baines Johnson Library: The Lyndon Baines Johnson Oral History Collection

Transcript (26 pp.).

 

Goodloe, Flonzie, election commissioner

Madison County-Canton Public Library: Madison County Oral History Collection

Transcript (8pp.).

Interviewed by Elyda Garnett on October 26, 1978

Subjects: bombings; Canton, Miss.; economic boycotts; Freedom House (Canton); Freedom March; Head Start; J.F. McCree; NAACP; voter registration

 

Goodwillie, Susan, civil rights worker

Columbia University: Allard K. Lowenstein Project/University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Allard K. Lowenstein Archives

Archive number: 1485. Cassette. Transcript (33 pp.). Index. Permission required to cite and quote.

Interviewed by William Chafe on January 22, 1989

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Andrew Goodman; Canton, Miss.; Council of Federated Organizations; Democratic National Convention (1964); Freedom Schools; Freedom Summer; Freedom Summer training in Oxford, Ohio; Geoffrey Cowans; Hollis Watkins; Jackson, Miss.; James Chaney; Michael Schwerner; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Philadelphia murders; racial violence; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Vicksburg, Miss.; voter registration; Wednesdays in Mississippi; White Citizens' Council

 

Graves, Charles, member, executive committee, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, Dibbee, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0164-1. Cassette. Transcript.

 

Gray, Duncan, Episcopal minister

1. Millsaps College: Oral History of Mississippi Contemporary Life and Viewpoint

Transcript (65 pp.).

Interviewed by Gordon G. Henderson in June 1965

2. Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

2 cassette tapes. Transcript (25 pp.)

Interviewed by Don Williams on April 16, 1999.

Subjects: Amzie Moore; Bernie Law; Bob Moses; Committee of Conscience; Community Relations Service; Dan Beittel; Dave Dennis; Duncan Hobart; Head Start; integration of schools in 1964; Lauderdale Economic Assistance Program (LEAP); Meridian; Meridian Star; Mississippi Action for Progress (MAP); Mississippi Council on Human Relations; Mound Bayou, Mississippi; National Sharecroppers Fund; PTA; race relations during childhood in Columbus, Greenwood, and Jackson; Regional Council of Negro Leadership meeting in Mound Bayou, Mississippi, in May 1954; Saint Paul's Episcopal Church, Meridian; Saint Peter's Episcopal Church, Oxford; segregation and integration of the University of the South, Sewanee; unitary school decision in 1969; "The Social Implications of the Christian Gospel" (segregation is incompatible with Christianity); T.R.M. Howard; World War II

Subjects: Civil Rights Act (1964); Delta Kappa Epsilon; A. Daniel; Episcopal Church; Gen. Edwin Walker; Harris Llewellyns Wofford; Jackson, Miss.; James Meredith; Mississippi Council on Human Relations; Nicholas D. Katzenbach; Oxford, Miss.; role of churches in the civil rights movement; T.B. Birdsong; Tougaloo College; University of Mississippi-James Meredith; White Citizens' Council

 

Gray, James

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette. Rough transcript; not verbatim

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on July 1, 1992

Subjects: boycott of Claiborne County's white merchants; Calvin Williams; Deacons for Defense and Justice; Mississippi Action Program; NAACP; racial violence

 

Gray, Robert

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on March 28, 1996

 

Gray, Victoria, member, executive committee, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, Hattiesburg, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0372. Cassette. Transcript.

 

Green, Edith, U.S. congresswoman, Oregon

1. John F. Kennedy Library: John Fitzgerald Kennedy Oral History Collection, 1964-1983

Transcript (14 pp.).

Interviewed in 1974

 

2. John F. Kennedy Library: John Fitzgerald Kennedy Oral History Collection, 1964-1983

Transcript (33 pp.).

Interview conducted for the Robert F. Kenndey Oral History Project in 1974

 

Green, Jo, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Aberdeen, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive numbers: 0261 and 0263. 2 cassettes (3 sides). Transcript.

 

Greene, Percy, journalist, Jackson Advocate

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 286. 3 cassette tapes. Transcript (53 pp.).

Interviewed by Neil McMillen on December 14, 1972

Subjects: allegations of communist influences on civil rights movement; Jackson Advocate; James O. Eastland; Lyndon B. Johnson

 

Griffin, W.S., assistant state superintendent of education, Mississippi

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 414. 3 cassette tapes. Transcript (47 pp.).

Interviewed by Thomas Healy on July 19, 1978

Subjects: Paul B. Johnson Jr.; Ross Barnett; school desegregation

 

Guerrero, J. Eugene

Columbia University: Student Movements of the 1960s Collection

Transcript (117 pp.).

Interviewed by Ronald J. Grele on October 10, 1984

Subjects: Amite County; Bayard Rustin; Biloxi, Miss.; black power; Civil Rights Act (1964); Council of Federated Organizations; Democratic National Convention (1964); Eldridge W. Steptoe; Ed Hamlet; Freedom Summer; Freedom Summer training at Oxford, Ohio; Gulfport, Miss.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; Howard Romaine; Jackson, Miss.; Ku Klux Klan; Lawrence Guyot; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Robert Moses; Southern Conference Educational Fund; Stokely Carmichael; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Sue Thrasher; voter registration

 

Gunn, Howard

Tougaloo College: Thomas C. Dent Collection

Cassette (1 hr.).

Interviewed by Thomas C. Dent on July 26, 1979

This interview is held jointly with the Amistad Center, located on the campus of Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana.

 

Guster, Leesco

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on July 3, 1996

 

Guyot, Lawrence, civil rights activist

1. Columbia University: Allard K. Lowenstein Project/University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Allard K. Lowenstein Archives

Archive number: 1697. 2 cassette. Transcript (33 pp.). Index. Permission required to cite and quote. Transcript has many errors.

Interviewed by William Chafe on March 30, 1989

Subjects: A.A. Branch; Aaron Henry; Allard Lowenstein; Allard Lowenstein-relationship with civil rights leaders; Allard Lowenstein-split with Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; allegations of communism in the civil rights movement; Amzie Moore; Andrew Goodman; Anne Romaine; Arthur Kinoy; Bayard Rustin; Biddle Adams; Charles Evers; Clarksdale, Miss.; Congress of Racial Equality; Constance Curry; Courtland Cox; David Dennis; Delta Ministry; Democratic National Convention (1964); Dennis Sweeney; Edwin King; Eldridge W. Steptoe; Episcopalians for Cultural and Racial Unity; Ernst Borinski; Free Southern Theatre; Freedom Day (Hattiesburg); Freedom Elections; Freedom House; Freedom Summer; Freedom Vote; Gloster Current; Guyot v. Thornton; Hancock County; Harrison County; Hodding Carter III; Hollis Watkins; Hubert H. Humphrey; Ivan Donaldson; James Chaney; James Forman; James Meredith; Jesse Jackson; John Doar; John F. Kennedy; Joseph Rauh; Justice Department; Lawrence Guyot; Martin Luther King Jr.; McComb, Miss.; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; NAACP v. Jackson; National Council of Churches; racial violence; Robert L.T. Smith; Robert F. Kennedy; Robert Moses; Roy Wilkins; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College; U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; United States v. Mississippi; Vernon Dahmer; voter registration; White Citizen's Council; William Kunstler; WLBT

 

2. Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Anne Romaine's Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party Oral History

Archive number: OH 81-08.4. Transcript (26 pp.). Not to be duplicated without permission of director, Archives and Library Division.

Interviewed by Anne and Howard Romaine in November 23, 1966

Subjects: Aaron Henry; Allard Lowenstein; Curtis Hayes; Democratic National Convention (1964); Dewey Greene Jr.; Edwin King; Forrest County; Frank Smith; Freedom Summer; Greenwood, Miss.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; Jackson, Miss.; James Forman; Ku Klux Klan; Mary Lane; McComb, Miss.; Mississippi Delta; Mississippi Free Press; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party v. the Regular Democratic Party of Mississippi; Mississippi v. Edwin King; Robert Moses; role of churches in the civil rights movement; Sam Block; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Victoria Gray; voter registration; Willie Peacock

Also in Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Change's Anne Romaine Papers, 1963-1969

 

3. Southern Regional Council: Will the Circle Be Unbroken?

1 cassette. Transcript (17 pp.). Tape in fair condition.

Interviewed by Worth Long in February 1997

Subjects: Attala County; black participation in the electoral process; Bolivar County; Carroll County; Choctaw County; Council of Federated Organization; Democratic Party; Greenville, Miss.; James P. Coleman; Martin Luther King Jr.; Medgar Evers; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; Montgomery County; NAACP; school integration; voter registration; Webster County

 

4. Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive numbers: 0305 and 0306. Transcript (305 has 31 pp.).

Subjects: Aaron Henry; Council of Federated Organizations; Deacons of Defense; Democratic National Convention (1964); Edwin King; Hubert H. Humphrey; Ku Klux Klan; Martin Luther King Jr.; McComb Statement; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Victoria Gray

Also located in the Southern Regional Council's Will the Circle Be Unbroken Collection

 

5. University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 673. 2 cassettes. Transcript (38 pp.).

Interviewed by John Rachal on September 7, 1996

Subjects: A.A. Branch; A. Daniel Beittel; Alcorn State University--racial violence; Andrew Goodman; Arthur Kinoy; bombings; Charles Cobb; CIA; Clarksdale, Miss.; Council of Federated Organizations; Delta Ministry; Democratic National Convention (1964); Edwin King; Emily Shrader; Ernst Borinski; Fannie Lou Hamer; Free Southern Theatre; Freedom Days; Freedom Summer; Greenville, Miss.; Greenwood, Miss.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; indigenous leadership; J.C. Tally; James Chaney; John O'Neal; John R. Salter; June Johnson; Martin Luther King Jr.; Medgar Evers; Michael Schwerner; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Mississippi Gulf Coast; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; National Council of Churches; National Lawyers' Guild; nonviolence; Pascagoula, Miss.; Pass Christian, Miss.; Peggy Jean Connor; racial violence; Robert L.T. Smith; Robert Moses; role of music in the civil rights movement; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Theresa Delpaso; Tougaloo College; Vernon Dahmer; Victoria Gray; voter registration; Wednesdays in Mississippi; William Kunstler; Winona, Miss.

 
 

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