Mississippi Humanities Council
Mississippi Department of Archives and History

Interview List H


Haden, Casey, Emmie Adams, and Theresa Delpaso

Southern Regional Council: Will the Circle Be Unbroken?

1 cassette. Transcript (17 pp).

Interviewed by George King

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Council of Federated Organizations; Democratic National Convention (1964); Jackson, Miss.; Jackson Movement; literary projects; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; Philadelphia, Miss.; Philadelphia murders; racial violence; Robert Moses; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College

 

Hall, Carsie, attorney

1. Jackson State University: A Neighborhood Discovery: Farish Street District

Archive number: OH 78.01. Transcript (8 pp.).

Interviewed by Willie Washington on June 22, 1978

Subjects: Farish Street district; Freedom Marches; Jackson, Miss.; negative effects of integration; segregation

2. Jackson State University: A Neighborhood Discovery: Farish Street District

Archive number: OH 81.56. Transcript (9 pp.).

Interviewed by Cheryl Payne and Ernest Luckett, September 29, 1982

Subjects: Jackson, Miss.; James Meredith; University of Mississippi-James Meredith

 

Hall, Pinkey

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 676. 1 cassette. Transcript (17 pp.).

Interviewed by Kim Adams on December 13, 1995

Subjects: Democratic National Convention (1964); Fannie Lou Hamer; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Susie Ruffin; Theron Lynd; Victoria Gray; voter registration

 

Hall, Williametta, Head Start worker

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on June 28, 1996

Subjects: Head Start

 

Halprin, Bert, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Clay County, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0239. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript.

 

Hamer, Fannie Lou, leader, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party

1. Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.184. Transcript ( 41 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on August 9, 1968

Subjects: Amzie Moore, Annell Ponder; Annie Devine; Bayard Rustin; Bobby Talbert; Cecil B. Campbell; Charles Cobb; Charles Diggs; Charles McLaurin; Council of Federated Organizations; Democratic National Convention (1964); Earl Wayne; Edith Green; Edith Till; Edwin King; Euvester Simpson; Irene Johnson; J.W. Millam; James Forman; Joe MacDonald; Joseph Rauh; Lawrence Guyot; lynchings; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Montgomery County; Robert Moses; Roy Wilkins; Ruleville, Miss.; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Stokely Carmichael; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Sunflower County; Victoria Gray; voter registration, White Citizens' Council; Winona, Miss.

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

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

Archive number: OH 81-08.5. Transcript (29 pp.). Transcript in poor condition. Not to be duplicated without permission of director, Archives and Library Division.

Interviewed by Anne and Howard Romaine on November 22, 1966

Subjects: Aaron Henry; CIA; Coahoma County; Congress of Racial Equality; Council of Federated Organizations; David Dennis; Democratic National Convention (1964); Edith Green; Edwin King; FBI; Freedom Summer; Jackson, Miss.; James Forman; Madison County; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; National Council of Churches; Paul B. Johnson Jr.; racial violence; Robert

Moses; Roy Wilkins; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Sunflower County

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

3. Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0491-1. Cassette. Transcript (17 pp.).

Subjects: Congress of Racial Equality; Deacons of Defense; Larry Walker; Lawrence Guyot; NAACP; National Council of Churches; Neshoba County; Philadelphia, Miss.; Philadelphia murders; Robert Moses; Ruleville, Miss.; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Warren McKenna

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

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

Vol. 31. Transcript (47 pp.).

Interviewed by Neil McMillen on April 14, 1972, and January 25, 1973

Subjects: Amzie Moore; Andrew Goodman; Batesville, Miss.; Bolivar County; Charles Evers; Clarksdale, Miss.; Congress of Racial Equality; Council of Federated Organizations; David Dennis; FBI; Freedom Farms; Freedom Schools; Freedom Summer; Hattie Sissums; Herman Sissums; Hodding Carter III; Indianola, Miss.; Ivanhoe Donaldson; James Chaney; James Forman; Joe MacDonald; John Doar; Lyndon B. Johnson; Michael Schwerner; NAACP; Robert Moses; Ruleville, Miss.; school integration; U.S. Department of Justice; voter registration; White Citizens' Council

 

Hamilton, M.W., aviator and member of the White Citizens' Council

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 464. 2 cassettes. Transcript (39 pp.).

Interviewed by Orley B. Caudill on February 13, 1978

Subjects: bombings; Council of Federated Organizations; FBI; Jackson,

Miss.; Jones County Citizens' Council; Ku Klux Klan; NAACP; Philadelphia, Miss.; Philadelphia murders; Sam Bowers; Vernon Dahmer; White Citizens' Council

 

Hampton, Lillian

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

1 cassette. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on October 9, 1995

 

Handke, Jan, Freedom Summer volunteer, Vicksburg, Mississippi

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Title: Freedom Summer Interviews

Vol. 626. 2 cassettes. Transcript (pp. 63-112).

Interviewed by John Rachal on May 8, 1996

Subjects: Aaron Henry; allegations of communist influence in the civil rights movement; Congress of Racial Equality; Council of Federated Organizations; Freedom Summer; Freedom Summer training in Oxford, Ohio; Friends of SNCC; NAACP; Robert Moses; role of churches in the civil rights movement; role of music in the civil rights movement; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Vicksburg, Miss.; voter registration

 

Hannah, John A., chairman, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

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

Transcript (23 pp.).

 

Harding, Vincent and Rosemarie Harding

Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Oral History Collection

Archive number: OHP 371. 1 reel-to-reel tape. Transcript: unedited

(19 pp.).

Interviewed by John Jones on March 25, 1981

Subjects: Amzie Moore; Cleveland, Miss.; Democratic National Convention (1964); Diane Nash; Robert Moses; Robert Zellner; Friends of Reconciliation; Greenville, Miss.; Hodding Carter III; Michael Schwerner; James Bevel; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Willie Peacock

 

Harned, Horace H. Jr., state legislator and segregationist

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 355. 4 cassettes. Transcript (74 pp.).

Interviewed by Tom Healy on October 3, 1978

Subjects: Alcorn State University-integration; Jackson State University-integration; James Meredith; John Doar; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; Nicholas D. Katzenbach; Ross R. Barnett; University of Mississippi-James Meredith; U.S. Department of Justice; White Citizens' Council

 

Harper, Jack, politician; chancery clerk, Sunflower County

Sunflower Country Library Oral History Collection

1 videotape.

Interviewed by Anice Powell on April 4, 1989

Subjects: black participation in the electoral process; Democratic National Convention (1968); integration of the Democratic Party; voting rights; Voting Rights Act

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on September 11, 1995

 

Harris, Rutha see Interview with ten members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

 

Hart, Gary, politician and former senator, Colorado

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

Cassette. Transcript (55 pp.). Index. Permission required to cite and quote.

Interviewed by William Chafe on December 11, 1988

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Allard Lowenstein-Mississippi; Freedom Summer

 

Harvey, Clarie Collins, businesswoman

1. Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 3.04. 30 min. Tape inaudible. Transcript.

Interviewed by Peggy Thomas on June 5, 1975

2. Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 4.06. 45 min. Tape inaudible.

Interviewed by Deborah Denard on July 2, 1976.

Subjects: Womanpower Unlimited

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

Transcript (35 pp.)

Interviewed by Gordon G. Henderson on August 5, 1965

Subjects: Arthur Thomas; bombings; Charles Golden; Civil Rights Act (1964); Congress of Racial Equality; Coretta Scott King; E.A. Mayes; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides; Head Start; James P. Coleman; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson State University; Jane Menefee Schutt; Methodist Church; NAACP; Natchez, Miss.; Parchman Prison; racial violence; Robert L.T. Smith; role of churches in the civil rights movement; S.L. Webb; Southern Regional Council; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College; voter registration; Womapower Unlimited

4. Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Oral History Collection

Archive number: OH 83-04. 1 reel-to-reel tape. Transcripts: verbatim, informant edited, final copy.

Interviewed by John Dittmer and John Jones

 

Harvey, Estelle

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

1 cassette tape. Transcript (22 pp.)

Interviewed by Harriet Tanzman on March 4, 2000.

Subjects: father's participation in the movement; fear of reprisals; independent black farmers in Lexington, Mississippi; voter registration; employment in local communities; arrest of minors at Jackson sit-in; volunteers Sue Lorenzi and Mike Kenney; moving to Chicago; parent's values; working at the University of Chicago; private academies; current state of education in Mississippi; the Mileston Store

 

Harvey, Constance Slaughter, former student activist and assistant secretary of state, Mississippi

Southern Regional Council: Will the Circle Be Unbroken?

1 cassette. Transcript (17 pp.).

Interviewed by George King in May 1992

Subjects: A. Daniel Beittel; Aaron Henry; Bennie Thompson; Byron de la Beckwith; Edwin King; Ernst Borinski; Fannie Lou Hamer; Forest, Miss.; Henry J. Kirksey; Hinds County; Hollis Watkins; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson State University; J.L. McCree; John Doar; Medgar Evers; Mariam Wright Eldelman; mock elections; NAACP; R. Jess Brown; R. Rap Brown; racial violence; Robert L.T. Smith; Robert Moses; Ruleville, Miss.; sit-ins; Stokely Carmichael; Tougaloo College; Unita Blackwell; Victoria Gray; voter registration; Woolworths' sit-in

 

Harvey, Henry, business owner

Jackson State University: A Neighborhood Discovery: Farish Street District

Archive number: OH 78.25. Transcript (4 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wells

Subjects: Farish Street district; segregation

 

Hatten, Mary Ann, teacher, Chastain Junior High School

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

Archive number: OHP 251. 1 cassette. Transcript: verbatim (12 pp.).

Interviewed by Becky Hutchinson in March 1978

Subjects: Bailey Junior High School; changes in student competency since integration; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson public schools; Powell Junior High School; school integration; violence in schools

 

Hawkins, Loran

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers on February 22, 1996

 

Headley, Mott, supervisor

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette. Rough transcript; not verbatim

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on July 28, 1992

Subjects: boycott of Claiborne County's white merchants; merit hiring during civil rights movement; voter registration

 

Heidelberg, Polly

Lauderdale County Dept. of Archives and History, Pluggin' Into the Past Collection

Transcript (26 pp.).

Interviewed by Wanda Hicks on February 23, 1989

Subjects: Lauderdale County; Meridian, Miss.; Neshoba County; school integration

 

Henry, Aaron, president, Mississippi NAACP

1. Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.207. Transcript (71 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on September 25, 1968

Subjects: Andrew Goodman; biracial society; Charles Evers; Council of Federated Organizations; Democratic Party; Edwin King; Freedom Summer; Freedom Vote; James Chaney; Medgar Evers; Michael Schwerner; NAACP; Philadelphia murders; racial violence; Robert Moses; Voter Education Project; voter registration

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

Edited draft transcript (123 pp.).

Interviewed in 1969

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

Archive number: AC78-108. 3 transcripts (25 pp., 25 pp, and 26 pp.).

Interviewed by T.H. Baker on September 12, 1970

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Allen Dulles; Andrew Goodman; Andrew Young; Bayard Rustin; Bill Reedy; Biloxi, Miss.; black power; Bolivar County; Brookhaven, Miss.; Brown v. Board of Education; Charles Evers; Child Development Group of Mississippi; Clarksdale, Miss.; Claude Ramsey; Cleveland, Miss.; Democratic National Convention (1964); Democratic National Convention (1968); Dippy Smith; Ella Baker; FBI; George W. Lee; Gus Courts; Hodding Carter III; Hubert H. Humphrey; Jackson, Miss.; James Chaney; James Forman; James Meredith; Joseph Rauh; John Doar; John F. Kennedy; Lyndon B. Johnson; Martin Luther King Jr.; Medgar Evers; Meredith March; Michael Schwerner; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Mound Bayou; Myrlie Evers; NAACP; NAACP Legal Defense Fund; Neshoba County, Miss.; Philadelphia, Miss.; Philadelphia murders; racial violence; Robert F. Kennedy; Robert Moses; Roy Wilkins; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; University of Mississippi-integration; University of Mississippi-James Meredith

Also located in Mississippi Department of Archives and History's Lyndon Baines Johnson Library Collection, Southern Regional Council's Will the Circle Be Unbroken Collection, and Tougaloo College's Oral History Collection

4. Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Change: Anne Romaine Papers, 1963-1969

Unedited notes only (5 pp.).

Interviewed by Anne Romaine on November 21, 1966

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Bayard Rustin; Council of Federated Organizations; David Dennis; Democratic National Convention (1964); Medgar Evers; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; mock election; NAACP; NAACP-split within the organization; Robert Moses; Ross R. Barnett

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

Transcript (33 pp.).

Interviewed by Gordon G. Henderson on July 7, 1965

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Andrew Carr; Annie Devine; Clarksdale, Miss.; Claude Ramsey; Coahoma County; community centers; Community Action Program; Congress of Racial Equality; Delta Ministry; Democratic National Convention (1964); desegregation; Edwin King; Fannie Lou Hamer; Frank Lauderdale; Freedom Schools; Freedom Summer; integration; Jack Pratt; Ku Klux Klan; Lawrence Guyot; Martin Luther King Jr.; Martin Fraley; Medgar Evers; Merrill Lindsay; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; National Council of Churches; Paul B. Johnson Jr.; Peggy Jean Connor; Robert L.T. Smith; Ross R. Barnett; Semmes Luckett; Southern Educational and Recreational Association; Student

Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College; U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; United Auto Workers; voter registration; White Citizens' Council

6. Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Oral History Collection

Archive number: OHP 383. 1 reel-to-reel tape. Transcript.

Interviewed by John Dittmer and John Jones on April 22, 1981

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Andrew Goodman; Charles Evers; Clarksdale, Miss.; Congress of Racial Equality; Council of Federated Organizations; David Dennis; Democratic National Convention (1964); Emmett Till; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides; Freedom Summer; Hattiesburg, Miss.; James Farmer; James Meredith; Joseph Rauh; John Doar; lynchings; Medgar Evers; Meridian, Miss.; Mississippi Delta; NAACP; Neshoba County; Percy Greene; Philadelphia, Miss.; Philadelphia murders; racial violence; retaliation for civil rights activities; Edwin King; Robert Moses; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; T.R.M. Howard; University of Mississippi-integration; University of Mississippi-James Meredith; U.S. Department of Justice; Vernon Dahmer; voter registration; Yazoo City, Miss.

7. Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0361. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript (20 pp.).

Subjects: AFL-CIO; Civil Rights Act (1964); Democratic National Convention (1964); Freedom Summer; Ku Klux Klan; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; NAACP Youth Council; nonviolence; Republican Party; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Voting Rights Act

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

8. Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

1 cassette. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Owen Brooks on November 13, 1995

9. Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes (180 min.). Transcript (66 pp.). Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers, Owen Brooks, and Jerry Ward on April 26, 1996

Subjects: NAACP

10. Tougaloo College: Oral History Collection

Archive number: 90.24.1-I:C:10. Transcript (14 pp.).

Interviewed by William M. Simpson on December 5, 1973

Subjects: Claude Ramsey; Democratic National Convention (1968); Democratic National Convention (1972); Freedom Democrats; George McGovern; Lyndon B. Johnson; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Office of Economic Opportunity; William L. Waller

11. Tougaloo College: Oral History Collection

Archive number: 90.24.1-I:C:9. Transcript (46 pp.).

Subjects: Charles Evers; Emmett Till; FBI; Freedom Vote; Jim Silver; John Doar; lynchings; Martin Luther King Jr.; Medgar Evers; NAACP; police brutality; racial violence; Robert Owens; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; T.R.M. Howard

12. University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill: Southern Politics Oral History Collection

Archive number: A107. Tape. Transcript.

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

Vol. 33. 3 cassettes. Transcript (124 pp.).

Interviewed by Neil McMillen and George Burson on May 1, 1972

Subjects: AFL-CIO; Allard Lowenstein; Andrew Goodman; anti-poverty program; Bayard Rustin; Charles Evers; Child Development Group of Mississippi; CIA; Civil Rights Act (1964); Clarksdale, Miss.; Congress of Racial Equality; Council of Federated Organizations; David Dennis; Delta Council; Democratic National Convention (1964); FBI; Freedom Summer; Gus Courts; Hodding Carter III; James Chaney; James Meredith; John Doar; Justice Department; Martin Luther King Jr.; Medgar Evers; Michael Schwerner; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; National Council of Churches; Percy Greene; Philadelphia, Miss.; Philadelphia murders; racial violence; Robert F. Kennedy; Robert Moses; Ross R. Barnett; Roy Wilkins; Southern Regional Council; Stokely Carmichael; Sunflower County; University of Mississippi--James Meredith; University of Southern Mississippi; Voting Rights Act; White Citizens' Council

 

Henry, Theodore, NAACP Youth Council leader, Jackson, Mississippi

Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.210. Transcript (32 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on July 10, 1969

Subjects: black power; Malcolm X; Medgar Evers; NAACP; NAACP Youth Council; race relations; race relations-improvements

 

Hesburgh, Theodore, member, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights

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

Transcript (38 pp.).

Hexter, Christopher, civil rights worker, Freedom School teacher

Wisconsin State Historical Society: Social Action Collections

Archive number: Tape 502A.

Subjects: civil rights workers; education; Freedom Schools; Indianola, Miss.; Ruleville, MS

 

Hicks, Hervey, state legislator and farmer

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 361. 2 cassettes. Transcript (33 pp.).

Interviewed by Michael Garvey on September 2, 1976

Subjects: Dixiecrat movement; Paul B. Johnson Jr.; Ross R. Barnett; school integration; University of Mississippi-James Meredith

 

Higgenbotham, Travis, principal, West Point High School, West Point, Mississippi

Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Alec C. Valentine Interviews

Archive number: OHP 406.0.5. Cassette.

Interviewed by Alec C. Valentine on July 21, 1983

Subjects: integration of Mississippi's public schools; school integration

 

Higgs, Bill, Mississippi attorney; represented Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party

Martin Luther King Jr. Center for Nonviolent Change: Anne Romaine Papers, 1963-1969

Reel-to-reel and cassette tapes. Transcript (21 pp.).

Interviewed by Anne Romaine on January 12, 1967

Subjects: Aaron Henry; Allard Lowenstein; Burke Marshall; Civil Liberties Clearinghouse; civil rights lawyers; Edith Green; Edwin King; Ella Baker; Fannie Lou Hamer; Federal Communications Commission; Frank Smith; Hubert H. Humphrey; Jackson, Miss.; James Farmer; Justice Department; Joseph Rauh; John Bell Williams; John Doar; Martin Luther King Jr.; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; mock elections; NAACP; National Council of Churches; Robert L.T. Smith; Robert Moses; Roy Wilkins; Victoria Gray

 

High school students, five Negro, Holy Ghost School, Jackson, Mississippi

Millsaps College: Oral History of Mississippi Contemporary Life and Viewpoint

Transcript (26 pp.).

Interviewed by Gordon G. Henderson on August 5, 1965

Subjects: demonstrations; Free Southern Theatre; integration of churches; James Meredith; Medgar Evers; racial attitudes; racial discrimination; racial stereotyping; racial violence; sit-ins; voter registration

 

High school students, nine white, Murrah and Provine High Schools, Jackson, Mississippi

Millsaps College: Oral History of Mississippi Contemporary Life and Viewpoint

Draft transcript (16 pp.).

Interviewed by Gordon G. Henderson on July 26, 1965

Subjects: Jackson, Miss.; Murrah High School; Provine High School; racial attitudes; school integration

 

Hightower, Mary

 

Hills, Caroline, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party volunteer from England

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 9003. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript.

Hoffmann, Nancy Larraine, politician

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette. No transcript, only interviewer's notes.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on October 22, 1992

Subjects: Charles Evers; Chuck Hicks; desegregation; George Henry Walker; Henri Carter Bresson; Jimmy Smith; Ku Klux Klan; school integration; Volunteers Into Mississippi

 

Holden, Rosie

Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 4.05. 50 min. Transcript.

Interviewed by Lawrence Goodwyn in June 1975

Subjects: Jackson, Miss.; Medgar Evers; Womanpower Unlimited

 

Holleman, Boyce, state legislator and district attorney

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 484. 5 cassettes. Transcript (144 pp.).

Interviewed by Orley B. Caudill on August 9-10 and October 19, 1976

Subjects: Alcorn State University; Brown v. Board of Education; Civil Rights Act (1964); Jackson State University; James Meredith; John Bell Williams; John F. Kennedy; Ku Klux Klan; Ross R. Barnett; University of Mississippi-James Meredith; White Citizens' Council

 

Hollins, Ephsanna, music teacher

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

Archive number: OH 79-01.71. 1 cassette. Transcripts: verbatim, final (11 pp.). Data sheet. Index.

Interviewed by Daisy M. Greene on March 15, 1978

Subjects: black housing; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides

 

Holmes, Julia

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

1 cassette tape. Transcript (32 pp.)

Interviewed by Stephanie Scull Millet on May 26, 2000.

Subjects: public schooling in segregated schools; racism; Pascagoula freedom school; Emmett Till; Brown v. Board of Education; voter registration; Boy Scouts; segregation; Freedom Summer; public schooling in integrated schools; NAACP

 

Holmes, Pauline, teacher and first black president of the Mississippi American Legion

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Transcript (122 pp.). Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on March 6, 1996

Subjects: Amzie Moore; integration of the American Legion; NAACP; Office of Economic Opportunity; racial discrimination; Ross R. Barnett; U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare; White Citizens' Council

 

Holmes, Preston, postmaster, Mound Bayou, Mississippi

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Transcript (122 pp.). Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on February 21, 1996

Subjects: Amzie Moore; integration of the American Legion; NAACP; Office of Economic Opportunity; racial discrimination; Ross R. Barnett; U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare; White Citizens' Council

 

Horowitz, Harold W., associate general counsel, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, 1961-1964; member, War on Poverty Task Force, 1964

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

Transcript (35 pp.).

 

Houze, Henry, college administrator

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette. No transcript, only interviewer's notes.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on February 17, 1994

Subjects: Alcorn State University; Alcorn State University-state trooper intervention; J.D. Boyd; Laurel, Miss.; Medgar Evers; NAACP; NAACP Youth Council; school integration

 

Hudson, George

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on February 19, 1994

 

Hudson, Winson, community leader, Harmony, Mississippi

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

2 cassettes. Transcript (28 pp.).

Interviewed by George King in May 1992

Subjects: Alcorn State University; Carsie Young; Carthage, Miss.; Charles Evers; Clarksdale, Miss.; Council of Federated Organizations; Donovan Horton; Fannie Lou Hamer; Freedom Summer; Gloster Current; integration; integration of public accommodations; Jack Young; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson State University; Joseph Rauh; Ku Klux Klan; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Delta; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; NAACP; Robert L.T. Smith; school integration; Tougaloo College; voter registration; White Citizens' Council

2. Tougaloo College: Thomas C. Dent Collection

Cassette (2 hrs.).

Interviewed by Thomas C. Dent on August 1, 1979

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

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

Title: Freedom Summer Interviews

Vol. 626. 1 cassette. Transcript (pp. 95-112).

Interviewed by John Rachal on August 31, 1995

Subjects: Brown v . Board of Education; Carthage, Miss.; desegregation; farms and black landowners; Freedom Summer; Head Start; Ku Klux Klan; Leake County; Medgar Evers; NAACP; retaliation for belonging to the NAACP; school integration; U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; voter registration

 

Hughes, Billie, Mississippi Highway Patrol officer

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 451. 1 cassette tape. Transcript (20 pp.).

Interviewed by Reid Derr on July 7, 1993

Subjects: Alcorn State University; Grenada, Miss.; Natchez, Miss.; Paul B. Johnson Jr.; school desegregation

 

Hulett, John, director, Lowndes County Community Action Program

Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.226. Transcript (41 pp.). Researchers must seek written permission from the author to use transcript during his lifetime

Interviewed by John Britton on September 17, 1967

Subjects: employment and training programs; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; role of churches in the civil rights movement; school integration; school integration-white resistance; voter registration; white power structure-effects on blacks

 

Hutchinson, Flavous, Oktibbeha County

Mississippi State University: Billy Simpson Loyalist Democratic Collection

1 cassette. Transcript rough.

Interviewed by William M. Simpson between 1973 and 1974

Subjects: Loyalist Democrats

 
 

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