Mississippi Humanities Council
Mississippi Department of Archives and History

Interview List S


Salter, John R., teacher and activist

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

Archive number: OH 81-06. 1 reel-to-reel tape. Transcripts: verbatim, edited, final (124 pp.). Index.

Interviewed by John Jones on January 6, 1981

Subjects: A.A. Branch; A. Daniel Beittel; Aaron Henry; AFL-CIO; American Civil Liberties Union; American Friends Service Committee; Arthur Kinoy; boycott of Jackson's white merchants; Brandon, Miss.; Brookhaven, Miss.; Byron de la Beckwith; Carsie Hall; Charles Evers; CIA involvement in the civil rights movement; Citizens' Council of Greenwood; civil rights lawyers; Civil Rights Act (1964); Claude Ramsay; Colia Liddell Clark and Lewis Liddell; Congress of Racial Equality; David Dennis; Democratic National Convention (1964); Dorie Ladner; Doris Allison; Edwin King; Ernst Borinski; FBI involvement in the civil rights movement; Fellowship of Reconciliation; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides; Gandhian nonviolence; George Raymond; Greenville, Miss.; Greenwood, Miss.; Gulfport, Miss.; Hazel Brannon Smith; Hodding Carter III; J.L. Ray; Jack Young; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson Movement; Jackson Public Library sit-in; Jackson public schools; James Meredith; John C. McLaurin; Ku Klux Klan; Lafayette, Miss.; M.B. Pierce; Martin Luther King Jr.; McComb, Miss.; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; NAACP Youth Council; Neshoba County; R. Jess Brown; Robert Honeysucker; Roy Wilkins; sit-ins; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Southern Conference Educational Fund; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College; Virden Addition; White Citizens' Council; William Kunstler

2. Mississippi State University: John Stennis Oral History Collection

Transcript. Index.

Subjects: Byron de la Beckwith; Edwin King; Erle Johnston; Frank Smith; Hazel Brannon Smith; James O. Eastland; John C. Stennis; Medgar Evers; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; NAACP; Southern Conference Education Fund; Tougaloo College; White Citizens' Council

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

Archive numbers: 011-012. 2 cassettes. Transcript (30 pp.).

Interviewed by Worth Long in 1983

Subjects: Aaron Henry; Amite County; boycott of Jackson's white merchants; Burke Marshall; Charles Bracey; Civil Rights Act (1964); Clarksdale, Miss.; Coahoma County; Colia Liddell Clark and Lewis Liddell; Congress of Racial Equality; David Dennis; Dorie Ladner; economic boycotts; Edwin King; Ernst Borinski; Fred Shuttlesworth; Gloster Current; Greenville, Miss.; Herbert Lee; James P. Coleman; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson Movement; Jackson Public Library sit-in; James Meredith; John Doar; John F. Kennedy; Liberty Miss.; Medgar Evers; Meredith March; Mississippi Free Press; NAACP; NAACP Freedom Fund; NAACP Legal Defense Fund; NAACP Youth Council; Philadelphia, Miss.; Pike County; Robert F. Kennedy; Robert Moses; Roy Wilkins; sit-ins; Southern Christian Leadership Conference; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College; White Citizens' Council; William Kunstler; Willie Richardson Day

 

Sampson, L.W.

Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 3.20. 53 min.

Interviewed by James Jordan on June 5, 1975

Subjects: Jackson, Miss.; Jackson Police Department

 

Samstein, Mendy, Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, field secretary

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

Archive number: OH 81-08.14. Transcript (3 pp.). Not to be duplicated without permission of director, Archives and Library Division.

Interviewed by Anne Romaine on September 4, 1966

Subjects: personal history.

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

Archive number: OH 81-08.15. Transcript (43 pp.). Not to be duplicated without permission of director, Archives and Library Division.

Interviewed by Annie Romaine on September 4, 1966

Subjects: Aaron Henry; Allard Lowenstein; Amzie Moore; Canton, Miss.; Council of Federated Organizations; David Dennis; Delta Ministry; Democratic National Convention (1964); Fannie Lou Hamer; FBI; Freedom Day (Canton); Freedom Days; Freedom Summer; Freedom Vote; Greenville, Miss.; Greenwood, Miss.; Hattiesburg, Miss.; Jackson, Miss.; Hubert H. Humphrey; Lawrence Guyot; Medgar Evers; Meridian, Miss.; Michael Schwerner; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; National Council of Churches; Robert Moses; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Tougaloo College; Victoria Gray

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

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

Archive number: OH 81-08.16. Transcript (39 pp.). Not to be duplicated without permission of director, Archives and Library Division.

Interviewed by Annie Romaine

Subjects: Annie Devine; Democratic National Convention (1964); Edwin King; Fannie Lou Hamer; Hubert H. Humphrey; James Chaney; Jasper County; Joseph Rauh; McComb, Miss.; Meridian, Miss.; Michael Schwerner; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Newton County; Philadelphia, Miss.; Robert Moses; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Vera Canson

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

 

Sanders, Emma, civil rights activist and leader, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party

Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.394. Transcript (91 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on July 8, 1969

Subjects: Child Development Group of Mississippi; Congress of Racial Equality; Freedom Vote; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; NAACP; racial violence; retaliation for participating in the civil rights movement; Robert Moses; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

 

Sanders, Franzetta

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

2 cassettes tapes. Transcript (60 pp.)

Interviewed by Stephanie Scull Millet on May 17, 2000.

Subjects: segregation in childhood; racial discrimination regarding employment; Justice Robinson; NAACP; Head Start; voter registration; Freedom Summer; churches in the movement; Gladney children integrate Moss Point schools; Jack Young; Carsie Hall; reprisals; Moss Point Dixie League desegregation; Chaney, Goodman, and Schwerner

 

Sanders, Harold Barefoot, assistant attorney general, Department of Justice, 1965-1967

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

Three transcripts (54 pp., 46 pp., and 42 pp.).

 

Sanders, I.S., educator and principal

Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 2.31. 50 min. Tape difficult to understand. Transcript.

Interviewed by Olger Twyner on October 27, 1975

Subjects: school integration

 

Sanders, James

Mary Holmes College Oral History Project: Sharecropper Papers

Archive number: OH ta/ts 83-267 v.11. Reel-to-reel tape. Transcript.

Interviewed by Sandy Hodge on July 10, 1971

Subjects: black businesses; bombings; Charles Evers; racial violence

 

Sanders, Thelma, businessperson

Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 3.21. 35 min.

Interviewed by Mildred Williams on June 5, 1975

Subjects: Jackson, Miss.; social change

 

Sandifer, Iva E., teacher, Hattiesburg public schools, and secretary, NAACP

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 633. 2 cassettes. Transcript (20 pp.).

Interviewed by Kim Adams on November 20, 1994

Subjects: Clyde Kennard; Elaine Armstrong; Hattiesburg, Miss.; Hattiesburg public schools; John Doar; Justice Department; Kelly Settlement; Medgar Evers; NAACP; racial violence; Raylawni Branch; school integration; Vernon Dahmer

 

Savio, Mario

Columbia University: Student Movements of the 1960s Collection

Transcript (75 pp.).

Interviewed by Bret Eynon on March 5, 1985

Subjects: Andrew Goodman; black power; Congress of Racial Equality; Democratic Party; Freedom House (Jackson); Freedom House (McComb); Freedom March; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides; Freedom Summer; Freedom Summer training in Oxford, Ohio; Friends of SNCC; Jackson, Miss.; James Chaney; James Farmer; John King; Lay Bare the Heart; McComb, Miss.; Michael Schwerner; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Pete Seeger; racial violence; sit-ins; Steven Fraser; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

 

Saxon, George, Mississippi Highway Patrol officer

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 449. 2 cassette tapes. Transcript (34 pp.).

Interviewed by Reid Derr on June 3, 1993.

Subjects: Charles Evers; FBI; Ku Klux Klan; Mississippi Highway Patrol; Paul B. Johnson Jr.; T.B. Birdsong; University of Mississippi- integration

 

Sayles, J.L.

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette. No transcript, only interviewer's notes.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on May 20, 1992

Subjects: Alcorn State University; Alcorn State University-state trooper intervention; Alexander Collins; boycott of Claiborne County's white merchants; Calvin Williams; Charles Evers; Dolly Marguerite Thompson Webb; Evan Doss Jr.;NAACP; racial violence; role of women in the civil rights movement; Rudy Shields; voter registration

 

Scattergood, Charles, civil rights worker

Sunflower County Library Oral History Collection

1 cassette. Tape difficult to understand.

Interviewed by Jim Abbott in 1986

Note: Jim Abbott, owner and operator of the Enterprise Tocsin, is believed to have a good copy of the tape.

 

Schlei, Norbert A., assistant attorney general, Office of Legal Counsel, Department of Justice (1962-66)

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

Transcript (62 pp.).

Interviewed in 1968

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

Transcript (45 pp.).

 

Schurick, Joyce, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Ruleville, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 9006. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript.

 

Schutt, Jane Menefee

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

Archive number: OH 4.07. 60 min. Tape difficult to understand.

Interviewed by Deborah Denard on July 3, 1976

Subjects: Womanpower Unlimited

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

Transcript (36 pp.)

Interviewed by Gordon G. Henderson on July 16, 1965

Subjects: A. Daniel Beittel; Dr. Britton; A. Greenville, Miss.; James Allen; Meridian, Miss.; Mississippi Council on Human Relations; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; Murray Cox; Robert Briscoe; school integration; segregation; U.S. Commission on Civil Rights; United Church Women

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

Vol. 623. 4 cassettes. Transcript (42 pp.).

Interviewed by Leesa Faulkner on October 3 and 10, 1994

Subjects: A. Daniel Beittel; Bishop Duncan Gray; Black Monday; Church Women United; Episcopal church; freedom rides; Head Start; Jackson, Miss.; James Meredith; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Council on Human Relations; Tougaloo College; U.S. Commission Civil Rights; University of Mississippi--James Meredith; White Citizens' Council

 

Schwartz, Joseph

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 736. 1 cassette tapes. Transcript (26 pp.)

Interviewed by Sheila Michaels on July 24, 1999.

Subjects: Rosa Parks; Free Speech Movement; James Baldwin; liberal culture and politics; Stokely Carmichael; Batesville; racial murders; Clyde Kennard; Vernon Dahmer; Hattiesburg; Freedom Summer; Waveland conference; White Folks' Project; civil rights movement experience

 

Scott, James

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette. Rough transcript; not verbatim.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on June 22, 1992

Subjects: Deacons for Defense and Justice; integration of white churches; NAACP; police harassment; Rudy Shields

 

Scott, Juanita

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

1 cassette. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on November 15, 1995

 

Scott, Randy

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Halbert E. Dockins on November 7 and December 6, 1995

 

Seeger, Pete, folk singer and activist

Mississippi Department of Archives and History: Oral History Collection

Archive number: OH 80-02. 1 reel-to-reel tape. Transcripts: verbatim, edited, final (21 pp). Index

Interviewed by Hank T. Holmes and Bill Hanna on November 2, 1979

Subjects: Arthur Kinoy; Democratic National Convention (1964); Freedom Summer; Greenville, Miss.; Greenwood, Miss.; Jackson, Miss.; Meridian, Miss.; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Robert Moses; role of music in the civil rights movement; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; "We Shall Overcome"

 

Sellers, Cleveland L. Jr., activist

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on January 10, 1993

 

Shaifer, Evelyn

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: No Easy Journey

Cassette.

Interviewed by Emilye Crosby on June 23, 1992

 

Shaw, Terri

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 724. 2 cassette tapes. Transcript (36 pp.)

Interviewed by Stephanie Scull Millet on June 7, 1999.

Subjects: Freedom Summer; Oxford, Ohio; Antioch College; SNCC: Jess Brown; Ed King; conflict between Freedom Summer volunteers and SNCC staff; Philadelphia murders; Sandy Leigh; Lawrence Guyot; James Forman; Stokley Carmichael; Hattiesburg; Vernon Dahmer; integration of Hattiesburg Public Library; Theron Lynd; Freedom Singers; law enforcement in Palmer's Crossing; Peter Werner; racial violence; successes and disappointments of Freedom Summer


Shelton, Cecil, vice president, Mississippi AFL-CIO

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 213. 2 cassette tapes. Transcript (58 pp.). Includes a copy of a speech entitled "Mississippi Freedom Summer Reviewed: A Fifteen Year Perspective on Progress in Race Relations, 1964-1979" given by Charles Shelton at Millsaps College, Jackson, Mississippi, on October 31, 1979.

Interviewed by Orley B. Caudill on July 21, 1981

Subjects: AFL-CIO; Charles Evers; Claude Ramsey; Freedom Riders; Grenada County; Holly Springs, Miss.; Ku Klux Klan; Medgar Evers; NAACP; nonviolence; racial violence; role of music in the civil rights movement; W.T. Allen

 

Shimkin, Alex, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Jackson, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0050. Cassette. Transcript.

 

Shirley, Ollye Brown

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

1 cassette tape. Transcript (26 pp.)

Interviewed by Don Williams on June 19, 1999.

Subjects: racism; teaching school in Vicksburg; segregation of public libraries; school administrator discrimination; Vicksburg Citizens' Appeal; Bob Moses; bombing of civil rights school; voter registration; Robert F. Kennedy; Noel Nutt; police harassment; Democratic National Convention, 1964

 

Shirley, Ruth, teacher, Jackson public schools

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

Archive number: OH 3.22a. 20 min.

Interviewed by Jackie Lomax on June 6, 1975

Subjects: integration; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson public schools; Lanier High School; school integration

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

Archive number: OH 81.04. 20 min. Transcript.

Interviewed by Barbara Johnson on May 4, 1981

Subjects: Jackson, Miss.

 

Sias, Henry, chairman, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, Issaquena County

Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.412. Transcript (47 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on August 11, 1968

Subjects: Democratic National Convention (1964); Fannie Lou Hamer; Issaquena County; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Unita Blackwell

 

Simmons, Shirley Maxine

Mary Holmes College Oral History Project: Sharecropper Papers

Archive number: OH ta/ts 83-272 v.12. Reel-to-reel tape. Transcript

(7 pp.).

Interviewed by Clarence M. Simmons on May 7, 1970

Subjects: Head Start

 

Simmons, William J., White Citizens' Council leader

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

Archive number: OHP 392-395. 1 reel-to-reel tape. Unedited transcript (147 pp.).

Interviewed by Charles Pearce on August 31 and September 9, 11, and 23, 1981

Subjects: Aaron Henry; allegations of communist involvement in the civil rights movement; Brookhaven, Miss.; Brown v. Board of Education; Charles Evers; Citizens Councils of America; Clennon King; Coffey case; council schools; Dick King; Ellis W. Wright; Fayette public schools; Green case; Holmes County; Indianola, Miss.; Indianola Citizens' Council; Jackson, Miss.; Jackson Citizens' Council; Jackson States' Rights Association; John Bell Williams; Judge Leander Perez; Judge Tom Brady; Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights Under Law; Marvin Column; Mississippi Delta; NAACP; Robert B. Patterson; The Citizens Council; White Citizens' Council; Wilbur Hooker

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

Archive number: A115. Tape. Transcript.

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

Vol. 372. 4 cassettes. Transcript (98 pp.).

Interviewed by Orley B. Caudill on June 26, 1979

Subjects: Alexander v. Holmes County; allegations of communist influence in the civil rights movement; Brown v. Board of Education; FBI; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides; Freedom Summer; Gomillion v. Lightfoot; Gus Bynum; Hattiesburg Citizens' Council; Hinds County; Holmes County; James Farmer; James Forman; James Meredith; Justice Department; James McShane; Martin Luther King Jr.; Mel Leventhal; NAACP; racial gerrymandering; Richard Dortch; Robert Patterson; Ross R. Barnett; school integration; University of Mississippi--James Meredith; White Citizens' Council

 

Simons, Bill, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Batesville, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0326. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript.

 

Simpson, James C., Mississippi state legislator

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 497. 3 cassettes. Transcript (64 pp.).

Interviewed by Charles Bolton on May 11, 1992

Subjects: Democratic National Convention (1964); Dixiecrat movement; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; racial gerrymandering; Robert Clark

 

Smith, Annie Seaton

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Memzie Smith on November 4, 1995

 

Smith, E. Hammond, Hattiesburg civil rights activist

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 369. 2 cassette tapes. Transcript (63 pp.)

Interviewed by Orley B. Caudill on April 8, 1982.

Subjects: Alcorn State University; Hattiesburg, Miss.; voter registration

 

Smith, Frances Thornton, teacher

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 661. 1 cassette. Transcript (28 pp.).

Interviewed by Karen Cox on February 14, 1996

Subjects: Pascagoula, Miss.; school integration

 

Smith, Frank see Donaldson, Ivanhoe, Charles Cobb, and Frank Smith; See also Interview with ten members of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

 

Smith, Frank Ellis, former U.S. congressman

1. F.I.S. Library Project

Video cassette.

Interviewed by Dennis Mitchell in 1990 as a 60-minute public access program.

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

1 cassette. Transcript (21 pp).

Interviewed by George King

Subjects: Clarksdale, Miss.; Dorie Ladner; Greenwood, Miss.; Jet; Joyce Ladner; Ku Klux Klan; Martin Luther King Jr.; Medgar Evers; Sam Block; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

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

Vol. 154. 3 cassette tapes Transcript: Part I (86 pp.) Part II (9 pp.).

Interviewed by Orley B. Caudill on July 2, 1976 and by Yasuhiro Katagiri on August 27, 1993.

Subjects: black participation in the electoral process; Hodding Carter Jr.; James Meredith; James P. Coleman; Robert F. Kennedy; Ross R. Barnett; Southern Manifesto; University of Mississippi; University of Mississippi-integration; University of Mississippi-James Meredith; White Citizens' Council

 

Smith, Helen

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

1 cassette. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on August 23, 1995

 

Smith, Jerome, principal, Callaway High School, Jackson, Mississippi

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

Archive number: OHP 261. 1 cassette. Unedited transcript.

Interviewed by Susan Levy

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

2. Tougaloo College: Thomas C. Dent Collection

Cassette (1 hr.).

Interviewed by Thomas C. Dent on September 25, 1983

Subjects: Leake County

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

 

Smith, Lloyd

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on February 18, 1996

 

Smith, Lou, director, Operation Bootstrap and staff member, Congress of Racial Equality, Philadelphia, Mississippi

Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.419. Transcript (36 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on November 18, 1968

Subjects: Congress of Racial Equality; Operation Bootstrap

 

Smith, Mack, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Aberdeen, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0262. Cassette (2 sides). Transcript.

 

Smith, Melvin, constable, Issaquena County

Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.421. Transcript (23 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on September 10, 1968

Subjects: Issaquena County; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party

 

Smith, Michael, professor of criminal justice, University of Southern Mississippi

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 448. 1 cassette. Transcript (19 pp.).

Interviewed by Reid Derr in 1993

Subjects: Cecil Price; Civil Rights Act (1964); Erle Johnston; Gwin Cole; Jackson State University; James Meredith; Justice Department; Ku Klux Klan; James McShane; Martin Luther King Jr.; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; Paul B. Johnson Jr.; Rex Armistead; University of Mississippi--James Meredith; Voting Rights Act

 

Smith, Reuben

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

1 cassette. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on December 15, 1995

 

Smith, Robert, physician

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

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

Interviewed by George King in May 1992

Subjects: Democratic National Convention (1964); demonstrations; H. McCoy; Emmett Till; Erle Johnston; Ernst Borinski; Freedom Riders/Freedom Rides; harassment; Hazel Brannon Smith; Jackson, Miss.; lynchings; Medgar Evers; Medical Committee for Civil Rights; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission; NAACP; Oliver Emmerich; Physicians for Social Responsibility; Public Accommodations Act; racial violence; Tougaloo College

2. Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

1 cassette tape. Transcript (24 pp.)

Interviewed by Harriet Tanzman on April 8, 2000.

Subjects: Four-H Club; Ernst Borinski; Intercollegiate Council of Millsaps and Tougaloo; the Movement; picketing the American Medical Association; Medical Committee for Civil Rights; Medical Committee for Human Rights; Holmes County medical clinic; Tufts-sponsored model for comprehensive medical clinic plus helping services; Mound Bayou as site for comprehensive model; civil rights movement as change-agent in national health legislation; Brown University and Tougaloo College program

 

Smith, Robert L.T., NAACP activist, Jackson, Mississippi

Howard University: Ralph J. Bunche Oral History Collection

Archive number: DC28.422. Transcript (52 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on July 10, 1969

Subjects: Council of Federated Organizations; Freedom Vote; Jackson Movement; Medgar Evers; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party

 

Smoot, Carrie

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

1 cassette. Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on January 22,1996

 

Sorocco, Frank, Freedom Summer volunteer, Laurel, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive numbers: 0406 and 0407. Cassette. Transcript.

 

Spell, William E., member of Sen. John C. Stennis' Washington staff

Mississippi State University: John Stennis Oral History Collection

Transcript. Index.

Subjects: Child Development Group of Mississippi; Erle Johnston; John C. Stennis; Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission

 

Spencer, Eugene E.

Mississippi Cultural Crossroads: Tenant Purchase Program in Claiborne County, Mississippi Unedited transcript.

Cassette.

Interviewed by David Crosby

Subjects: NAACP; role of the clergy in the civil rights movement; voter registration; voting rights

 

Spinks, Eberta, Freedom Summer volunteer, civil rights activist

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 720. 2 cassettes. Transcript (36 pp.)

Interviewed by Kimberly Adams in 1995.

Subjects: Freedom Summer; Great Depression; integrating Kress Department Store; integrating the Pinehurst Hotel; Mobile Street in Hattiesburg; voter registration; World War I; World War II

 

Stallworth, State

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

2 cassette tapes. Transcript (64 pp.)

Interviewed by Stephanie Scull Millet on May 25, 2000.

Subjects: Pascagoula Negro High School; segregation at International Paper Company; International Brotherhood of Pulp, Sulfite and Paper Mill Workers; NAACP; Legal Defense; class action suit against International Paper; Medgar Evers; Thurgood Marshall; racism; voter registration; Bob Moses; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; 1964 Democratic National Convention; Senator Dwayne Morris; Lyndon Johnson; Fannie Lou Hamer; Head Start; reprisals

 

Stanton, Kermit

Tougaloo College: Delta Oral History Project

2 cassettes. Transcript (65 pp.). Closed until project is completed.

Interviewed by Kim Lacy Rogers and Owen Brooks on April 8, 1996

Subjects: Bolivar County; Brown v. Board of Education; Mississippi Delta; NAACP; NAACP-Bolivar County; Natchez, Miss.

 

Stennis, John C., U.S. senator, Mississippi

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

Transcript (27 pp.)

 

Steptoe, Eldridge W. Jr.

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 653. 2 cassettes. Transcript (22 pp.).

Interviewed by Jimmy Dykes on November 14, 1995

Subjects: Amite County; Congress of Racial Equality; Democratic National Convention (1964); FBI; Herbert Lee; Jackson, Miss.; Martin Luther King Jr.; McComb, Miss.; NAACP; Robert Moses; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee; Voting Rights Act

 

Stewart, Annie

Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

1 DAT tape. Transcript (38 pp.)

Interviewed by Worth Long on March 22, 2000.

Subjects: sharecropping; church; civil rights in Grenada, Mississippi; Meredith March; Bell Flower Church; integration of Grenada schools; segregated schools; cooking in the movement; integrating the Monte Christie Café; working; Dr. Martin Luther King; Mrs. Rosie Walker

 

Stewart, John, attorney; worked with MFDP

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

Cassette. Transcript (12 pp.).

Interviewed by Anne Romaine in April 1967

Subjects: Democratic National Convention (1964); Democratic Party; Edith Green; Fannie Lou Hamer; Green Compromise; Hubert H. Humphrey; Joseph Rauh; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Roy Wilkins

 

Stewart, Peter, Director of Minority Affairs, University of Mississippi Medical Center

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 712. 5 cassettes. Transcript (55 pp.)

Interviewed by Charles Bolton on August 20, 1997.

Subjects: Air Force; Child Development Group in Mississippi (CDGM); desegregation of Jackson; freedom-of-choice desegregation; Friends of Children; Head Start; health care; Hinds County; Howard University; Jackson State University; Norman C. Nelson; Mississippi Action for Progress (MAP); premed consortium; sharecropping; teaching; University Medical Center; Yale National Urban Fellows Program; Young Concerned Christians

 

Stewart, Ruth Juanita see Brandon, Ernest Kennedy and Ruth Juanita Stewart

 

Stromquist, Shelton, civil rights worker

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

Archive number: OPH 356. 2 cassettes. Unedited transcript.

Interviewed by John Dittmer on October 15, 1980

2. Wisconsin State Historical Society: Social Action Collections

Archive number: M92-351. Transcript.

Interviewed by John Dittmer in October 1980

Subjects: Freedom Summer; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; voter registration

 

Sturdivant, Mike, planter and businessman

Millsaps College: Oral History of Mississippi Contemporary Life and Viewpoint

Transcript (46 pp.). Restriction: for educational purposes only. Permission required otherwise.

Interviewed by Gordon G. Henderson on July 6, 1965

Subjects: black diaspora (1965); communist influence in the Council of Federated Organizations; Delta Council; Delta Ministry; Greenwood, Miss.; James Meredith; National Council of Churches; segregation; University of Mississippi-James Meredith

 

Suarez, Matteo, Congress of Racial Equality field secretary, Mississippi

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

Archive number: DC28.434. Transcript (48 pp.).

Interviewed by Robert Wright on August 11, 1969

Subjects: Congress of Racial Equality; Congress of Racial Equality-structural problems; Free Southern Theatre

2. Tougaloo College: Thomas C. Dent Collection

Cassette (2 hrs.).

Interviewed by Thomas C. Dent on July 31, 1977

Subjects: Canton, Miss.; Congress of Racial Equality

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

3. Tougaloo College: Civil Rights Documentation Project

2 cassette tapes. Transcript (31 pp.)

Interviewed by Harriet Tanzman on March 26, 2000.

Subjects: racism; Navy service; Oretha Castle; picketing on Canal Street, New Orleans; George Raymond in Canton, Mississippi; C.O. and Minnie Chinn; Annie Devine; Neshoba County, 1994; post-traumatic stress; Freedom Democratic Party; Freedom Summer, 1964; CORE convention, 1966; political campaigning; philosophy of educating young children; Rainbow child development center, New Orleans

 

Sudduth, Charles

Jackson State University: Recollections of the Civil Rights Movement

Archive number: OH 90.03a/b. 80 min. Tape difficult to understand.

Interviewed by Alferdteen Harrison and class on February 26, 1990

Subjects: Head Start; racism

 

Sugerman, Jule M., associate director, Head Start and deputy associate director, Community Action Program

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

Transcript (63 pp.).

 

Sullivan, Charles

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

Archive number: A116. Tape. Transcript.

 

Summerall, Melinda, Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party summer volunteer, Whites, Mississippi

Stanford University: Project South Oral History Program

Archive number: 0234. Cassette. Transcript.

 

Sutherland, Elizabeth

Columbia University: Student Movements of the 1960s Collection

Draft transcript (64 pp.).

Subjects: Council of Federated Organizations; Democratic National Convention (1964); Democratic Party; Ella Baker; Fannie Lou Hamer; James Forman; Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee

 

Swan, Jimmy

University of Southern Mississippi: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi

Vol. 187. Transcript (112 pp.).

Interviewed by Michael Garvey on March 23, 1977

Subjects: Americans for the Preservation of the White Race; Black Panthers; Charles Evers; Coahoma County; Gen. Edwin Walker; James P. Coleman; James Meredith; Ku Klux Klan; Martin Luther King Jr.; Ross R. Barnett; White Citizens' Council

 
 

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