Mississippi Humanities Council
Mississippi Department of Archives and History

Interview List I


Ickes, Harold, attorney

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

Cassette. Transcript (49 pp.). Index. Permission required to cite and quote.

Interviewed by William Chafe on January 10, 1990

Subjects: Allard Lowenstein; Allard Lowenstein-split with Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

 

Idom, Fred, counselor, Columbia High School

Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 92.05. 40 min. Sound quality varies.

Interviewed by Bobby Smith

Subjects: school integration

 

Inge, Johnnie Faye, teacher

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

2 cassette tapes. Transcript (25 pp.)

Interviewed by Don Williams on November 28, 1998.

Subjects: Andrew Goodman; Andrew Young; C.O. Inge; freedom schools; Harris High School; Hobert Kornegay; integration of Meridian High School in 1965; integration of Meridian Junior Miss Pageant; James Chaney; Martin Luther King's assassination; Medgar Evers' assassination; Meridian; Meridian Baptist Seminary; Meridian Junior College; Mickey Schwerner; NAACP; Obie Clark; Weidmann's Restaurant

 

Inge-Love, Laura Holloway

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

2 cassette tapes. Transcript (22 pp.)

Interviewed by Don Williams on November 28, 1998.

Subjects: Bombing church; C.O. Inge; drive-by shootings; James Chaney (annual memorial); Harris High School; informants in the African-American community; integration of Meridian High School; Johnnie Faye Inge; letters threatening violence; mass meetings; Medgar Evers; Meridian; New Hope Baptist Church; voter registration

 

Interview with ten members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (Colia Lidell, Willie Peacock, Frank Smith, Rutha Harris, Cordell Reagon, Sam Block, Charles McDougal, Lyndon McNair, Bernard Lafayette, Mary McCollum)

Martin Luther King Center for Nonviolent Change: James Forman Collection

Archive number: 1. Reel-to-reel tape (about 20 min.).

Interviewed by Studs Terkel on October 18, 1962

Subjects: Clarksdale, Miss.; Cleveland, Miss.; Council of Federated Organizations; Council on Human Relations; cross-burning; demonstrations; FBI; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides; Freedom volunteers; harassment; Holly Springs, Miss.; housing; Indianola, Miss.; intimidation; Jackson, Miss.; Ku Klux Klan; Leake County; McComb, Miss.; participation of wealthy blacks in the civil rights movement; racial violence; Sam Block; shootings; sit-ins; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College; voter registration; Womanpower Unlimited

 

Interviews at a Laurel office, Laurel, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0403. Cassette. Transcript.

 

Ireson, Randy, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, West Point, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0163. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript.

 

Irvin, Marina, teacher, Chastain Junior High School

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

Archive number: OHP 252. 1 cassette. Transcript: verbatim (12 pp.).

Interviewed by Todd Spjeldet on March 22, 1978

Subjects. changes in student competency since integration; racial factors in selecting administrators; school integration; violence in the schools

 
 

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