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Inventory of the Marge Baroni Collection (MUM00020)

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Descriptive Summary
PURL:
http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00020/
Creator:
Baroni, Marjorie Rushing, 1924-1986
Title:
Marge Baroni Collection
Inclusive Dates:
1955-1985
Materials in:
English
Abstract:
Correspondence, newspaper clippings, newsletters, and journals produced and collected by Marge Rushing Baroni. Baroni was a native of Natchez, Mississippi, and was active in the civil rights movement there in the 1960s. For a period of time, she also contributed to the local newspaper, the Natchez Democrat, but quit because of her political convictions.
Quantity:
24 linear feet
Number:
MUM00020
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library, Archives & Special Collections
P.O. Box 1848, University, MS 38677-1848, USA
Phone: 662.915.7408
Fax: 662.915.5734
E-Mail: archive@olemiss.edu
URL: http://www.olemiss.edu/depts/general_library/archives/
Cite as:
Archives & Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi

 Collection Outline
Correspondence.
Correspondence. 1950s.
Correspondence. 1960-1964.
Correspondence. 1965-1969.
Correspondence. 1970s.
Correspondence. 1980s.
Correspondence with no Dates and Empty Envelopes.
Marge Baroni Manuscripts and Miscellaneous.
Notebooks.
Catholic Topics.
Organizations/Establishments.
Baroni Family.
Miscellaneous Printed Material.
Newsletters/Journals/Government Publications.
Clippings.
Charles Evers Material.
Book Manuscripts.
Presentation and Oral Interviews Concerning Marge Baroni.
Newspapers / Newsletters.

Biographical/Historical Sketch
Marjorie Rushing Baroni was born on August 16, 1924 to the sharecropping couple Percy and Clementine Loften Rushing. "Marge" was the oldest of five children. Eventually, the family moved into town in Natchez, Mississippi, where her father made a living as an automobile mechanic. She left high school at 17 before graduating, marrying Louis Baroni, the nineteen-year-old son of an Italian sharecropping family from Adams County. The first of their six children arrived within a year, and Baroni converted to Catholicism.
Marge Baroni read voraciously during her childhood, and her habit continued as an adult. Upon completing Dorothy Day's The Long Loneliness, she wrote the author and began a life-long correspondence and friendship that ended only with Day's death in 1980. Day was a leading activist in the Catholic Worker Movement which advocated peace and social justice while sponsoring soup kitchens and housing for the poor and homeless.
Baroni became the first editor of the women's page employed full-time at the Natchez Democrat, contributing reviews of books and covering local concerts and theatre events. By 1962, however, her conscience would no longer permit her to continue working at the white-owned newspaper that "purposely overlooked one-half the population, unless there was a murder, rape or robbery implicating a member of that community." As the Civil Rights Movement heated up in Mississippi, Baroni developed ties with local activists and organizations. In 1964, she took supplies to the area Freedom School, helped to integrate the public library, attended the Civil Rights Commission hearings in Natchez, and joined the Mississippi Council on Human Relations. The white society of Natchez, in turn, took notice of her stand, and began a campaign of ostracism against the entire Baroni family. The KKK made mention of her in their bulletins, and for a period the family lived in fear of violent reprisals.
Beginning in 1965, Baroni participated in the formation of the Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation, a community action group created to conform with Title II of the Economic Opportunity Act of 1964. Its initiatives included Head Start, adult literacy and job placement programs, and a credit union. In 1969, Baroni began a ten year association with Charles Evers, elected that year as the first black mayor of a biracial Mississippi town since Reconstruction.
Receiving a high school equivalency diploma in 1968, Baroni decided to pursue further education in the late 1970s, first attending the local Copiah-Lincoln Junior College and then the University of Southern Mississippi where she completed her B.A. in 1982. In remission from colon cancer, she returned to USM to work on a master's degree. Before she could complete her thesis, the cancer returned. Baroni died at the age of 61 on March 3, 1986.

Scope and Content Note
Special Collections received the Baroni papers in a largely disorganized state. Thus, the material is organized in its 21 boxes according to either format or subject matter. Six boxes contain the correspondence of Baroni (organized chronologically), one box holds her newspaper clippings on diverse subjects, two boxes contain newsletters and journals she had retained in her keeping, one box houses two book manuscripts she received from acquaintances, and one box holds various spiral notebooks which contain a mix of journal entries, letter drafts, and autobiographical notes. The content of several boxes, however, depend upon particular topics: Catholicism, various organizations, the Baroni family, Marge Baroni's own writings, and the always helpful category "Miscellaneous."

Restrictions
Copyright Restrictions
This collection is protected from unauthorized copying by the Copyright Law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code).
The copyright law of the United States (Title 17, United States Code) governs the making of photocopies or other reproductions of copyrighted material. Under certain conditions specified in the law, libraries and archives are authorized to furnish a photocopy or other reproduction. One of these specified conditions is that the photocopy or reproduction is not to be "used for any purpose other than private study, scholarship or research." If a user makes a request for, or later uses, a photocopy or reproduction for purposes in excess of "fair use", that user may be liable for copyright infringement.

Index Terms
Baroni, Marjorie Rushing, 1924-1986
Catholics
Civil rights movements -- Mississippi -- History -- 20th century
Civil rights workers -- Mississippi -- Natchez
Mississippi Freedom Project
Segregation

Separated Material
Photographs removed to Collections Photographs. Location: J CPG 24F9 & CPG 24F10.

Collection History
Provenance
In 1998 while working on an oral history project regarding the first black Catholic Church in Mississippi -- Holy Family in Natchez -- author and photographer Susan Sullivan heard mention of Marge Baroni and her connection with Dorothy Day. Sullivan eventually met Louis Baroni who gave her a small box of correspondence and told her to do whatever she wanted with the papers. Sullivan became convinced of the significance of what she possessed after talking to the archivist of the Catholic Worker Collection in Marquette, Michigan who suggested that Sullivan should attempt to place Baroni's papers with either themselves or an archives within Mississippi. In the spring of 1999, Sullivan returned to Natchez and Louis Baroni who graciously permitted her to pack up several more boxes of his late wife's material. Within a few days, Sullivan had brought the collection to the Center for the Study of Southern Culture which in turn handed the Baroni papers over the Archives and Special Collections. In May of 1999, Jennifer Ford, Curator of the Mississippi Collection, traveled to Natchez where Louis Baroni granted permission for her to take possession of even more material.
Processing Information
By December of 2000, Leigh McWhite completed processing the collection and compiling the inventory.

Index for letters written by Dorothy Day
Box 1, Folder 1
Box 1, Folder 5
Box 1, Folder 8
Box 2, Folder 2
Box 2, Folder 4
Box 2, Folder 8
Box 2, Folder 9
Box 3, Folder 7
Box 4, Folder 4
Box 4, Folder 5
Box 4, Folder 6
Box 4, Folder 8
Box 6, Folder 2

Container List

Correspondence.
Correspondence. 1950s.
 
1955-1957.
b1f1
[Betty Dellinger] of Garden City, NJ to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. May 10, 1955. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day and Glen Gardner Community in NJ.
b1f1
Ammon Hennacy in New York, NY to Marge [Baroni]. March 19, 1956. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day.
b1f1
Dorothy Day in New York, NY to Marge Baroni. November 8, 1957. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Day's 60th birthday, nuclear weapons testing, Citizens' Council.
 
January-June 1958.
b1f2
[Marge Baroni] to Art Buchwald. January 1958. TL.
Scope Note: Re: editorial on raising children. Attached newspaper clipping.
b1f2
Fr. [Lathmont?] to Mrs. Baroni. April 10, 1958. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: arrangements for speaking to "your group."
b1f2
"Pat" of New Orleans, LA to "Marge" [Baroni]. April 18, 1958. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Biship Fulton J. Sheen and African converts.
b1f2
[Patricia Warden] of New Orleans, LA to "Marge" [Baroni]. June 5-9, 1958. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Integration on public vehicles.
 
August 1958.
b1f3
Reverend K.L. Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Marge [Baroni]. August 4, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
b1f3
"M." of Natchez, MS to Marge [Baroni]. August 15, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
b1f3
"Pat" [Patricia Warden] of Metarie, LA to Marge Baroni. August 19, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic books. Enclosed printed slip "Novena of Confidence to the Sacred Heart."
b1f3
Rev. K.L. Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Marge Baroni. August 19, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day.
b1f3
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Marge Baroni. August 22, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Integration. Enclosed pamphlet "Personal Influence" (Worcester, MA: Notre Dame Institute).
b1f3
Father Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Marge Baroni. August 27, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
 
September 1958.
b1f4
Reverend K.L. Harris of Biloxi, MS to Marge Baroni. September 3, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
b1f4
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. September 6, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez Democrat, Catholic Worker, Natchez parish.
b1f4
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. September 15, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Worker, race relations.
b1f4
To Mrs. Louis Baroni. September 17, 1958. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Notice of gift subscription to The Petal Paper given by Miss Margaret Alsworth.
b1f4
Father Harris of Biloxi, MS to Marge Baroni. September 25, 1958. Envelope.
 
October 1958.
b1f5
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. October 7, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Governor Faubus, segregation, Southern Regional Council.
b1f5
Dorothy Day in New York, NY to Marge Baroni. October 8, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Day's writing on Therese; Mound Bayou, MS; Greenwood, MS.
b1f5
Jarud? Brodrick? of Biloxi, MS to Mrs. Baroni. October 13, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Baroni's work with the Natchez Democrat and the Library, visit to Natchez.
b1f5
Pat [Patricia Warden] of Metarie, LA to Marge Baroni. October 13, 1958. TL. Envelope.
b1f5
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. October 14, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
b1f5
Nano [C. Rushing] in New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Louis Baroni. October 15, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Integration on bus.
b1f5
C. Moore of Prentiss, MS to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. October 15, 1958. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Integration, bombing of Jewish temples, KKK, Citizens Council. Enclosed newspaper clippings on Georgia temple bombings and Harry Belafonte.
b1f5
Edward Ball, Executive Director of Southern Education Reporting Service to Mrs. Marge Baroni. October 16, 1958. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Information on Southern School News' reporting of integration. Enclosed envelope and card on subscription rates.
b1f5
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Marge Baroni. October 17, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
b1f5
Father Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baroni. October 30, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez visit.
b1f5
"Nano" to Mrs. Louis Baroni. October 31, 1958. Postcard.
 
November 1958.
b1f6
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. November 4, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil rights.
b1f6
"Pat" [Patricia Warden] of Metairie, LA to Marge [Baroni]. November 6, 1958. TLS.
b1f6
? of Mobile, AL to Mrs. Louis Baroni. November 6, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Petal Paper, Pope John XIII.
b1f6
To "V". November 7, 1958. TL.
b1f6
Father Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baroni and Family. November 8, 1958. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Anti-Catholicism, Alcorn University.
b1f6
"PW" [Patricia Warden] of New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. November 10, 1958. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed typed quotes and magazine article "How to Listen to a Sermon."
b1f6
Lena W. Whitely of Natchez, MS to Marge [Baroni]. November 13, 1958. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Baroni's newspaper articles.
b1f6
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. November 16, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Petal Paper, Natchez visit.
b1f6
P.D. East of Hattiesburg, MS to Mrs. Baroni. November 17, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Petal Paper.
b1f6
Patricia [Warden] of Metairie, LA to Marge [Baroni]. November 18, 1958. TLS.
b1f6
"Mary" of Monroe, LA to Marge [Baroni]. November 19, 1958. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Baroni's writing.
b1f6
Father Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baroni. November 20, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
b1f6
Patricia [Warden] of Metairie, LA to Marge [Baroni]. November 26, 1958. TLS.
b1f6
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. November 29, 1958. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: integration, Petal Paper.
b1f6
"H.P." to "Marge & All". November 30, 1958. ALS.
 
December 1958.
b1f7
Patricia [Warden] of Metairie, LA to Marge [Baroni]. December 5, 1958. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: writing.
b1f7
"Sally" of New Orleans, LA to Marge [Baroni]. December 8, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
b1f7
"Sally" of New Orleans, LA to Marge [Baroni]. December 8, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
b1f7
"Sally" of New Orleans, LA to Marge [Baroni]. December 10, 1958. ALS.
b1f7
Tom Reed, Jr. of Worthington, Ohio to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni and Family. December 11, 1958. Christmas Card. Envelope.
b1f7
"Mabel" to Marge [Baroni]. December 18, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
b1f7
Patricia [Warden] of Metairie, LA to Marge [Baroni]. December 30, 1958. TLS.
b1f7
Mary [J. Bellan] of Monroe, LA to Marge [Baroni]. December 30, 1958. TL.
b1f7
Father Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni and Family. December 30, 1958. ALS. Envelope.
 
1958.
b1f8
Feast of the Guardian Angels, Dorothy Day to "Fellow Workers in Christ". 1958. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Worker Movement.
b1f8
"Caroline" [Mrs. Anthony W. Moore] of Natchez, MS to Marge [Baroni]. 1958. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed newspaper clippings on Gov. Faubus and McCall's article slandering southern women.
 
January - February 1959.
b1f9
Patricia [Warden] of Metairie, LA to Marge [Baroni]. January 6-20, 1959. TLS.
b1f9
Mary [J. Bellan] of Monore, LA to Marge [Baroni]. January 11, 1959. TLS.
b1f9
Mary J. Bellan of New Orleans, LA to Marge [Baroni]. February 4, 1959. ALS.
b1f9
Father Harris of Jemez Springs, NM to Marge [Baroni]. February 4, 1959. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: writing.
b1f9
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. February 11, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Anti-Catholicism, Baroni's writing.
b1f9
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. February 25, 1959. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Anti-Catholicism.
 
March-April 1959.
b1f10
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. March 11, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
b1f10
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. March 24, 1959. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Segregation.
b1f10
Wedding announcement of Betty Joyce Stebbins to Joseph Allen Fearn on April 3, 1959 in Mobile, AL.
b1f10
Isabella M. Perrould to Marge [Baroni]. April 1959. ALS. written on exhibition invitation of the Cornelia Connelly Association of Mission Helpers in Philadelphia, PA.
b1f10
Father Harris of Toronto, OH to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 1959. ALS. Envelope.
b1f10
Rita Ramsey of Adams County Child Welfare to Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 20, 1959. TLS.
b1f10
"Daisy" to Marge [Baroni]. April 24, 1959. TLS.
 
May-August 1959.
b1f11
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. May 7, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil rights.
b1f11
Father Harris of Toronto, OH to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baroni. May 15, 1959. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: publicity on Mississippi.
b1f11
Patricia [Warden] of Metairie, LA to Marge [Baroni]. June 9, 1959. TLS.
b1f11
Father Harris of Toronto, OH to Mr and Mrs. Louis Baroni. June 26, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Masons.
b1f11
"H.P." to "Marge & Family". August 1959. ALS.
b1f11
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. August 6, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Caritas laity.
 
September-October 1959.
b1f12
Father Harris of Steubenville, OH to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. September 3, 1959. Postcard.
b1f12
"Peg" of Tell City, IN to Marge & Louis Baroni. September 12, 1959. ALS. Envelope.
b1f12
"Betty" to Marge [Baroni]. September 12, 1959. ALS.
b1f12
Father Harris of Toronto, OH to "Folks" [Baronis]. September 29, 1959. TLS.
b1f12
"Peg" to Marge [Baroni]. October 3, 1959. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: McCarthyism.
b1f12
"Nano" [C. Rushing] of New Orleans, LA to "Marge & Family". October 4, 1959. ALS.
b1f12
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. October 6, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
 
November-December 1959.
b1f13
"Betty" [BSF] of Mobile, AL to Mrs. Louis Baroni. November 4, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
b1f13
"Peg" of Tell City, IN to Marge [Baroni]. November 27, 1959. ALS. Envelope.
b1f13
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. December 2, 1959. TLS.
b1f13
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. December 12, 1959. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Worker.
b1f13
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. December 22, 1959. ALS.
b1f13
The Graham H. Hickses to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. December 24, 1959. Christmas Card.
Correspondence. 1960-1964.
 
1960.
b2f1
"Peg" to Marge [Baroni]. January 8, 1960. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Christian Family Movement, Baroni's writing, Mother Connelly.
b2f1
[Father Harris] of Toronto, OH to "Folks" [Baronis]. January 19, 1960. TLS.
b2f1
"Bob" of New Orleans, LA to Marge Baroni. January 29, 1960. TLS. Envelope.
b2f1
Alsworth of Washington, MS to Mrs. Louis Baroni. February 1, 1960. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed newspaper clippings: Baroni's 3 articles in the Natchez Democrat on Cornelia Connelly.
b2f1
"Bob" of New Orleans, LA to Marge Baroni. February 1, 1960. Postcard.
b2f1
"Bob" of New Orleans, LA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. February 16, 1960. Postcard.
b2f1
"Mary" to Marge [Baroni]. February 19, 1960. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Mother Connelly.
b2f1
"Peg" to Marge [Baroni]. March 20, 1960. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Christian Family Movement.
b2f1
? L. Fletcher, Bishop of Little Rock, of Little Rock, AR to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. April 1, 1960. TLS.
b2f1
"Mary" and "Russell" in Lawton, OK to "Mamma". August 1960. Birthday Card. Envelope.
b2f1
Alise Rose of New Orleans, LA to the Baronis. September 6, 1960. ALS. Envelope.
b2f1
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. September 22, 1960. ALS.
b2f1
Rev. Nathaniel Machesky of Greenwood, MS to Mr. and Mrs. J. Baroni. December 8, 1960. TLS.
b2f1
Mrs. Y. Tallman of Loyola Univeristy at New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Louis Baroni. December 11, 1960. TLS. Enclosed receipt.
b2f1
Mary Jane [Baroni] to "Mother and Daddy" [Marge & Louis Baroni]. December 21, 1960. Christmas Card.
b2f1
Peg & Al Kramer to Marge Baroni. December 21, 1960. Postcard.
b2f1
"J." of Baskinridge, NJ to Marge [Baroni]. December 29, 1960. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day visit. Enclosed newspaper clipping.
 
January-March 1961.
b2f2
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. January 1, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Race relations.
b2f2
"Vivan" [Mrs. Norman Mathews] of Columbus, MS to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. January 19, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f2
"Sally" of Amarillo, TX to "Margie" [Baroni]. January 20, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f2
Dorothy Day from New Orleans, LA to Marge Baroni. January 25, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez visit.
b2f2
"Sally" of Amarillo, TX to "Margie" [Baroni]. February 2, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f2
Neil Baroni in Jackson, MS to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. February 6, 1961. Postcard.
b2f2
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. February 13, 1961. Postcard.
b2f2
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. February 21, 1961. Postcard.
b2f2
[Marge Baroni] to Mr. Paul Hallett of The Register. March 3, 1961. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day and The Catholic Worker, Mississippi Register.
b2f2
Frances? to Mrs. Baroni. March 4, 1961. Postcard.
b2f2
Paul H. Hallett, Associate Editor of The Register to Mrs. Baroni. March 5, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Worker, Cuba, communism.
b2f2
"Caroline" [Mrs. A.W. Moore] of Brookhaven, MS to Marge Baroni. March 7, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil rights and the Catholic Church. Enclosed newspaper clipping on civil rights and the Church in South Carolina.
b2f2
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. March 8, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f2
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. March 20, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f2
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. March 25, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Pledging Kappa Sigma fraternity at Millsaps College.
 
April-May 1961.
b2f3
"Nan" to "Marge & All" [Baroni]. April 3, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f3
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] at Jackson, MS to "Mama" [Marge Baroni]. April 6, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f3
"J." in Basking Ridge, NJ to Marge [Baroni]. April 11, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed clipping on Catholics and civil rights.
b2f3
"Pat" in New Orleans, LA to Marge Baroni. April 11, 1961. TLS. Envelope.
b2f3
"Beth" at University, MS to Marge [Baroni]. April 14, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Bill Barton and Daily Mississippian, Citizens Council, State Sovereignty Commission, integration.
b2f3
"Peg" of Tell City, IN to Marge [Baroni]. April 15, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day.
b2f3
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. April 24, 1961. Postcard.
b2f3
Kay & Eugene Derdeyn of Chicago, IL to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 25, 1961. Birth Announcement Card. Envelope.
b2f3
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. May 2, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: race relations, blacks and the Church, Dorothy Day.
b2f3
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. May 3, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f3
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. May 7, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Worker, blacks and the Church. Enclosed pamphlet "16 Tips for Potential Writers" (New York: The Christophers).
b2f3
"Vivian" from Columbus, MS to Marge [Baroni]. May 19, 1961May 31, 1961. TLS. Envelope.
 
June-August 1961.
b2f4
? to "Marge, Lou & kids". June 19, 1961. ALS.
b2f4
C. Ellis Henecan of Henican, James & Cleveland Attorneys at Law to Bishop Maurice Schexnayder. July 11, 1961. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Council on Human Relations, integration of schools.
b2f4
Stanley Vishnewski, Associate Editor of the Catholic Worker to M.R. Baroni. July 13, 1961. TLS. Envelope.
b2f4
Hal C. DeCell of The Deer Creek Pilot in Rolling Fork, MS to Mrs. Baroni. July 24, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: response to congratulations for Golden Quill Award for editorials, Citizens Councils.
b2f4
Dorothy Day in New York, NY to "Friends". August 1961. TL.
b2f4
Marge Baroni to editor of Jackson Daily News. August 24, 1961. TL.
Scope Note: Re: anti-communism, civil rights, social justice.
b2f4
Richard A. Strickland of Petal, MS to Mrs. Baroni. August 28, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: response to Baroni's letter to the editor, segregation.
b2f4
Gordon W. Allport of Harvard University to Mr. Mathew Ahmann of the National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice. August 28, 1961. Copy TL.
Scope Note: Re: desegregation and the Catholic Church.
 
September-December 1961.
b2f5
Henry Cabirac, Jr. to "Director". September 1961. TL.
Scope Note: Re: black Catholics, race relations.
b2f5
Bill & Laura Caldwell, Christian Family Movement (CFM) Contact-Couple for Southern States at Alcoa, TN to Louis and Margery Baroni. September 9, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Christian Family Movement.
b2f5
Pat & Patty Crowley of Christian Family Movement to Marjorie and Louis Baroni. September 9, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: CFM.
b2f5
Father Watts of Jackson, MS to "Marge, Louis, and family". September 10, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
b2f5
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. September 14, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Alcorn University, civil rights, CFM, New South.
b2f5
Richard A. Strickland of Petal, MS to Mrs. Baroni. September 16, 1961. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: race theory, integration.
b2f5
Richard A. Strickland of Petal, MS to Mrs. Baroni. October 11, 1961. Postcard.
b2f5
Louis. J. Tango of New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Baroni. December 16, 1961. TLS.
b2f5
Joseph B. Brunini, Auxilary Bishop of Natchez-Jackson, to Mrs. Baroni. December 28, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights in Mississippi.
b2f5
Henry Cabirac, Jr. of National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. December 29, 1961. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez visit, integration.
 
January-March 1962.
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"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. February 6, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
b2f6
"Tommy" [Tom Reed] of Worthington, OH to Louis & Marge [Baroni]. February 23, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed printed postcard on "An Evening with Father La Bauve."
b2f6
"Bob" [Wm L. Gray] of Jackson, MS to Marge [Baroni]. March 6, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
b2f6
Marge [Baroni] to "Dot". March 20, 1962. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Church, personal religious beliefs, Dorothy Day.
 
April-July 1962.
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"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Monroe, LA to Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. April 13, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
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"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Monroe, LA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. April 1962. ALS. Envelope.
b2f7
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. April 30, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
b2f7
Margaret Alsworth from Canton, MS to Marge Baroni. May 3, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights Commission.
b2f7
H. Power Hearn of Jackson, MS to Mrs. Baroni. May 5, 1962. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: race relations.
b2f7
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Monroe, LA to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. May 12, 1962. Mother's Day card. Envelope.
b2f7
Eugene Derdeyn of Chicago, IL to Marge Baroni. June 15, 1962. TLS. Envelope.
b2f7
Margaret Alsworth from Staten Island, NY to Marge Baroni. June 22, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day, Catholic Worker Movement.
b2f7
Margaret Alsworth from Staten Island, NY to Marge Baroni. June 25, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day.
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"Gene" [Eugene Derdeyn] of Chicago, IL to Marge Baroni. July 1, 1962. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: layout of piece on Natchez.
 
August-December 1962.
b2f8
[Marge Baroni] to "Dot". September 7, 1962. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Catholicism.
b2f8
"Bob" [Wm. L. Gray] of Jackson, MS to Marge [Baroni]. October 21, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Meredith crisis.
b2f8
? of Jackson, MS to Marge [Baroni]. October 25, 1962. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: clergy, Meredith crisis.
b2f8
Dorothy Day from New York, NY to "Fellow Workers in Christ". November, 1962. TLS. Envelope.
b2f8
Ralph A. Dugan, Special Assistant to the President, to Mr. and Mrs. Baroni. November 9, 1962. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: thanks for words of support over the Meredith incident at the University of Mississippi.
b2f8
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mr. and Mrs. L.J. Baroni. November 14, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
b2f8
"Betty & Butch" [Mr. & Mrs. Louis Neil Baroni] in Monroe, LA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis John Baroni. November 15, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
b2f8
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Monroe, LA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. December 7, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
b2f8
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Monroe, LA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. December 16, 1962. ALS. Envelope.
 
January-July 1963.
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Feast of St. Francis, Dorothy Day from NY to "Fellow Workers in Christ.". 1962. TLS.
b2f9
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mr & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. January 26, 1963. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Governor Johnson.
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Ralph A. Dungan, Special Assistant to the President, to Mrs. Baroni. July 2, 1963. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: American University commencement exercises. Enclosed: commencement speech.
b2f9
Postmarked Memphis, TN to Mr. and Mrs. L. Baroni. July 18, 1963. Postcard.
b2f9
Rev. Wayne L. Pontious of Bluff, UT to Mrs. Madge Baroni. July 13, 1963. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: visiting Catholic jailed in Adams County.
b2f9
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Crumpton. July 20, 1963. Copy TL.
b2f9
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. July 26, 1963. Postcard.
 
August-December 1963.
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Graham H. Hicks of Natchez, MS to Marge Baroni. August 1, 1963. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: requesting vote for Edwin Benoist, Jr. for County Prosecuting Attorney.
b2f10
Father Liebler in Bluff, Utah to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. August 2, 1963. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights Advisory Committee.
b2f10
"Caroline" [Mrs. A.W. Moore] of Brookhaven, MS to Marge Baroni. August 5, 1963. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: local elections.
b2f10
"Peg" of Tell City, IN to Marge [Baroni]. September 10, 1963. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: civil rights.
b2f10
Gene Angstadt, Program Secretary of Southern Negro Student Project of American Friends Service Committee to "Dear Friends". September 19, 1963. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Birmingham and civil rights, Southern Negro Student Project.
b2f10
"Bob" [William L. Gray] in Baton Rouge, LA to Marge Baroni. September 27, 1963. TLS. Envelope.
b2f10
Rev. Wayne L. Pontious of Bluff, Utah to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. October 8, 1963. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Catholic Worker Movement.
b2f10
Billy Mason to "father McKann or father Massinza". October 31, 1963. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: plea for jail bond.
b2f10
Postmarked Memphis, TN to Marge & Louis Baroni. November 1, 1963. Postcard.
b2f10
Mike Mansfield, Senate Majority Leader, to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. December 6, 1963. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: acknowledge letter on President Kennedy's assassination. Enclosed TM of "Eulogy by Senator Mike Mansfield at the Bier of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy."
b2f10
Vincent & Pat Donahue of New Orleans, LA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. December 13, 1963. Christmas Card. Envelope.
b2f10
Pauline Wharton of Houston, TX to Marge Baroni. December 18, 1963. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Catholics and the Civil Rights Movement, President Kennedy's death.
 
January 1964.
b2f11
[Neil Baroni] from Washington, DC to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. January 20, 1964. Postcard.
b2f11
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] from Washington, DC to L.J. Baroni & fly. January 20, 1964. Postcard.
b2f11
"Nanny" from?, LA to Mrs. Louis Baroni. January 23, 1964. Postcard.
b2f11
Marge Baroni to "Barbara". January 23, 1964. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Medgar Evers memorial fund chain letter.
b2f11
"Butch" [Neil] & Betty Baroni to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. January 24, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Mose Allison (Mississippi bluesman).
b2f11
B & B [Neil & Betty] Baroni from Boston, MA to John Philip Baroni. January 24, 1964. Postcard.
b2f11
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. January 25, 1964. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights Movement, blacks and the Catholic Church.
b2f11
"R.G.S." of Chicago, IL to Marge Baroni. January 27, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Atlanta and civil rights, Eudora Welty.
b2f11
Marjorie R. Baroni to Ross Barnett. January 29, 1964. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Medgar Evers memorial fund.
b2f11
Enclosed newspaper clipping on The Catholic Worker. January 30, 1964. Envelope.
b2f11
"Butch" [Neil] and Betty Baroni of Boston, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. January 31, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed: TLS. January 24, 1964. Tom Cornell, Associate Editor at Catholic Worker to Mr. & Mrs. Neil Baroni.
 
February 1964.
b2f12
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Boston, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. February 1, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed newspaper clipping on Mrs. J.F. Kennedy.
b2f12
Betty & "Butch" [Neil] Baroni in Boston, MA to Rose Ann Baroni. February 3, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed printed card "The Inner Circle Presents Jazz on a Sunday Afternoon."
b2f12
Gene Angstadt of American Friends Service Committee to Marjorie Baroni. February 5, 1964. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez visit.
b2f12
"Nanny Goat" [C. Rushing] of New Orleans, LA to "Lo? Marj & all". February 8, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f12
Betty & Butch [Neil] Baroni in Boston, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. February 8, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: northern vs. southern blacks.
b2f12
Betty & "Butch" [Neil] Baroni in Boston, MA to Rose Ann Baroni. February 10, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f12
Rev. Bernard F. Law of The Mississippi Register to Mrs. Marge R. Baroni. February 11, 1964. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Charles Evers.
b2f12
Betty & "Butch" [Neil] Baroni in Boston, MA to David Baroni. February 12, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f12
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Boston, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. February 15, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f12
Marjorie R. Baroni to R.P. Stewart Insurance Agency. February 16, 1964. TL.
b2f12
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Boston, MA to "Mama" Baroni. February 18, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f12
"Roberta J. & [holes in paper]" to Marge [Baroni]. February 29, 1964. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: civil rights workers and imprisonment.
b2f12
"RJ" to Mrs. Chas. Baroni. February 29, 1964. Postcard.
 
March 1964.
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"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Boston, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. March 2, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights movement in Boston.
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"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Boston, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. March 9, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f13
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] from Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. March 13, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f13
Betty Baroni from Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. March 13, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f13
"Tommy" [Rev. Thomas Reed] of Worthington, OH to Mrs. Marge Baroni. March 13, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights movement in Mississippi.
b2f13
Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mark Damian & David Pius Baroni. March 14, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f13
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] from Boston, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. March 23, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f13
Betty Baroni from Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. March 27, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f13
Betty & "Butch" [Neil] Baroni to L.J. Baroni fly. March 27, 1964. Easter card. Envelope.
b2f13
"Alfreda" from Bethpage, NY to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. March 31, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f13
Betty & "Butch" Baroni to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. March 31, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
 
April-May 1964.
b2f14
"Dot" of Levittown, NY to Marge [Baroni]. April 1, 1964. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights movement, Medgar Evers fund, race relations.
b2f14
Rev. Thomas Reed in Worthington, OH to Marge Baroni. April 7, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights bill.
b2f14
Betty & Butch Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 9, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: racial prejudice, Richard Wright.
b2f14
Father Danahy of Marshall, TX to Mrs. Baroni. April 10, 1964. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: religion and the Civil Rights Movement.
b2f14
"Butch" [Neil Baroni]. April 21, 1964. ALS.
b2f14
Betty & Butch [Baroni]. April 30, 1964. ALS.
b2f14
Father Bill Honung of St. Paul, MN to Mrs. Louis Baroni. May 3, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f14
Father Nathaniel Machesky of Greenwood, MS to Mrs. Marge Baroni. May 4, 1964. TLS.
b2f14
David Pius Baroni to Red Skelton. May 11, 1964. TL.
b2f14
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. May 17, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f14
"Peg" in Tell City, IN to Marge Baroni. May 24, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f14
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs.L.J. Baroni. May 26, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: KKK in Mississippi.
b2f14
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. May 30, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
 
June-August 1964.
b2f15
"Butch" & Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. June 11, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
Betty Baroni to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. June 15, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
"Stonewall Gray" [William L. Gray] of Baton Rouge, LA to Marge Baroni. May 12, 1964. TLS. Envelope.
b2f15
"Dot" of Levittown, NY to Marge Baroni. June 22, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. June 23, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
? in Gulfport, MS to "Lady Marge" [Baroni]. July 1, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
"Butch" [Neil] Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. July 29, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. August 3, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
Reverend R.O. Gerow, Bishop of Natchez-Jackson, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. August 13, 1964. TLS. Envelope.
b2f15
Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. August 21, 9164. ALS. Envelope.
b2f15
J.P. Preston of New England Merchants National Bank to Mr. Louis Baroni. August 31, 1964. TLS.
 
September-October 1964.
b2f16
Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. September 5, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f16
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. September 11, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f16
Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. September 13, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f16
Marge [Baroni] to "Father". September 22, 1964. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez blacks and criminal justice, bombings.
b2f16
Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. September 23, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f16
"Butch" [Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. October 17, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f16
Marjorie R. Baroni to Rev. and Mrs. Chester A. Molpus of Belzoni, MS. October 29, 1964. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights Movement.
 
November-December 1964.
b2f17
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. November 7, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f17
Chester Molpus of Belzoni, MS to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. November 14, 1964. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Christians and civil rights.
b2f17
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. November 20, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f17
Betty and "Butch" Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to David & Mark Baroni. November 21, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f17
"Butch" Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. November 28, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f17
Father Bernard Law of The Mississippi Register to Marge Baroni. December?, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: civil rights in Natchez.
b2f17
"RJS" of Chicago, IL to Marge Baroni. December 27, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights Movement in Mississippi and Chicago, Black Muslims. Enclosed newspaper clipping on Hodding Carter.
b2f17
"Edgar" ["J.E.S."] of Clinton, MS to Marge [Baroni]. December 31, 1964. ALS. Envelope.
b2f17
Betty [Baroni] to "All". 1964. ALS.
Correspondence. 1965-1969.
 
January-March 1965.
b3f1
Betty Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. January 1, 1965. ALS. Envelope.
b3f1
Bob Doyle of Boulder, CO to Mayor John F. Nosser of Natchez, MS. January 4, 1965. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Mayor Nosser and Natchez blacks.
b3f1
Marge [Baroni] to "Edgar". March 15, 1965. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: harassment of family.
b3f1
Marjorie R. Baroni to Father Geno Baroni in Washington, DC. March 17, 1964. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: ostracism in Natchez over civil rights beliefs, KKK.
b3f1
"Butch" [Neil] Baroni to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. March 19, 1965. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: ostracism in Natchez.
 
April 1965.
b3f2
"Butch" Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. April 5, 1965. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Klan investigation.
b3f2
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Siceloff. April 12, 1965. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Klan publication, National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice, Montessori, Natchez bombing.
b3f2
Marjorie R. Baroni to Robert Hoyt, editor of The National Catholic Reporter. April 12, 1965. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Operation Head Start, Montessori, civil rights in Natchez.
b3f2
Ralph Caprio, Office of Economic Opportunity, to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. April 22, 1965. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Community Action Program.
b3f2
Marjorie R. Baroni to Earl Redwine, Acting Director of Community Action Program. April 26, 1965. Carbon TL.
b3f2
Marjorie R. Baroni to Dr. Urban Fleege of Chicago, IL. April 29, 1965. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Montessori.
b3f2
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mrs. Nancy Rambusch of Greenwich, CT. April 29, 1965. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Montessori.
b3f2
Marge [Baroni] to "Fred". April 29, 1965. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: requesting Justice Department observation on Klan situation in Natchez.
b3f2
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Robert Hoyt, editor of The National Catholic Reporter. April 29, 1965. TL.
Scope Note: Re: reference to Klan in previous letter.
 
May-December 1965.
b3f3
From Betty Baroni. May 22, 1965. ALS.
b3f3
"Butch" [Neil] Baroni in Newton Centre, MA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. August 3, 1965. ALS. Envelope.
b3f3
Bob & Tammy Doyle of Boulder, Co. December 11, 1965. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: KKK and bombing in Natchez, Americans for the Preservation of the White Race. (Attached copy TL. December 7, 1965. Father Thompson to Bob [Doyle]. Re: Civil Rights in Natchez).
 
1966.
b3f4
Courtney & Elizabeth Sideloff of Frogmore, SC to Marge Baroni. February 8, 1966. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: religion and civil rights.
b3f4
William J. Morrissey, pastor at Holy Family Parish in Natchez, MS to Mr. William Zierden of the Office of Economic Opportunity. April 21, 1966. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Child Development Center proposal, Head Start.
b3f4
To Philip Baroni. April 23, 1966. Dance invitation. Envelope.
b3f4
Marjorie R. Baroni to International Journal of Religious Education. April 25, 1966. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: request for copies of special issue.
b3f4
"Gene B." of the Archbishop's Committee on Community Relations in Washington, DC to The Baronis. July 7, 1966. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Thanks for Natchez visit.
b3f4
"Mary Cecilia" to Marge [Baroni]. July 20, 1966. ALS. Envelope.
b3f4
Marge [Baroni] to Rev. Nathaniel Machesky of Greenwood, MS. August 8, 1966. Carbon TL.
b3f4
Mrs. Mamie L. Mazique of Natchez Branch NAACP to Mr. William Jones of New York, NY. October 4, 1966. Carbon TL.
 
January-March 1967.
b3f5
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. January 9, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosure of bank address.
b3f5
Reverend W.C. Mazique, Reverend L.L. Miller, and Reverend E.W. Rhone to "All Ministers of Natchez and Adams County". March 1, 1967. TL.
Scope Note: Re: a week of prayer, civil rights violence.
b3f5
"Tupper"[Drane] postmarked Hammond, IN. March 3, 1967. Postcard.
b3f5
"Tupper" [Drane] from Jackson, MS to Marge Baroni. March 3, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
b3f5
"Tupper" [Drane] from Madison, WI to Marge Baroni. March 17, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
b3f5
"Tupper" [Drane] from Madison, WI to Marge Baroni. March 22, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
b3f5
Lena L. Gitter to Marge Baroni. March 25, 1967. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Montessori, STAR Inc., Natchez and Civil Rights Movement.
 
April 1967.
b3f6
"Ellen" in Marion, OH to Marge [Baroni]. April 3, 1967. ALS.
b3f6
? to Mrs. Marge Baroni. April 7, 1967. Postcard.
Scope Note: Re: Job Corps.
b3f6
"Marie" [Mary Ann Baroni] in Jackson, MS to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 11, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Robert F. Kennedy visit to Millsaps College.
b3f6
Marge [Baroni] to ["Tupper" Drane]. April 11, 1967. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez justice system, Head Start, Montessori.
b3f6
"T.D." [Tupper Drane] of Madison, WI to Mrs. Marge Baroni. April 12, 1967. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed pamphlets: "Is A.A. for You?," "AA For You," "A.A. for the Woman."
b3f6
"Tupper" [Drane] in Madison, WI to Marge Baroni. April 13, 1967. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Senate Subcommitee hearings in Jackson, MS, Senator Stennis, ostracism in Mississippi.
b3f6
"Tupper" [Drane] in Madison, WI to Marge Baroni. April 14, 1967. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Jackson Clarion Ledger columnist Tom Ethredge, Head Start.
b3f6
"Tupper" [Drane] in Madison, WI to Marge Baroni. April 15, 1967. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights. Enclosed typed manuscript "Ethics of Behavior Change."
b3f6
"Tupper" [Drane] in Madison, WI to Marge Baroni. April 19, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Fannie Lou Hamer.
b3f6
"Bob" [Doyle] in Boulder, CO to the Baroni Family. April 20, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: civil rights, Black Panthers.
b3f6
"Tupper" [Drane] in Madison, WI to Marge Baroni. April 21, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
b3f6
Marge [Baroni] to [Tupper Drane]. April 24, 1967. TL.
b3f6
"Tupper" [Drane] to Marge [Baroni]. April 26, 1967. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Vietnam, priesthood.
b3f6
"Tupper" [Drane] in Pembroke, NC to Marge [Baroni]. April 28, 1967. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day, Vietnam, voting registration, Southern Regional Council.
 
May-June 1967.
b3f7
Mamie Mazique, Valery Strittman, Elsey Jackson, and Jessie Paris to Marge Baroni. May 5, 1967. Telegram.
b3f7
"H.T[upper Drane] & Jeanne" to Marge Baroni. May 8, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
b3f7
"Tupper" [Drane] to Marge Baroni. May 16, 1967. TLS. Envelope.
b3f7
"Tupper" [Drane] to Marge Baroni. May 21, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed ALS Dorothy Day to Tupper [Drane] with envelope.
b3f7
Bob and Tammy [Doyle] in Boulder, CO to Marge Baroni. June 9, 1967. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: War on Poverty programs.
b3f7
"Tupper" [Drane] to Marge Baroni. June 19, 1967. Postcard.
b3f7
"Tupper" [Drane] to Marge Baroni. June 22, 1967. Postcard.
b3f7
"Tupper" [Drane] to Marge Baroni. June 25, 1967. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed statement of earnings.
 
July-December 1967.
b3f8
Tupper Drane to Bob Dolan. July 2, 1967. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corp., Head Start, STAR, poverty in Adams County.
b3f8
"Tommy" in Washington, DC to Mrs. Marge Baroni. July 31, 1967. ALS. Envelope.
b3f8
Marjorie R. Baroni to Members of the Board of the Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation. August 5, 1967. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Baroni's resignation from board of directors.
b3f8
"Tommy" in DeForest, WI to Marge Baroni. August 7, 1967. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: War on Poverty.
b3f8
Harry Krantz of Washington, DC to Marge Baroni. November 7, 1967. TLS.
b3f8
Marge Baroni to Harry Krantz. November 24, 1967. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Jefferson County, MS.
 
1968.
b3f8
Jeanne G. Drane of St. Louis, Mo to Marge Baroni. February 5, 1968. TLS. Envelope.
b3f8
R.C. Turner of Bakersfield, CA to Mrs. Marge Baroni. April 16, 1968. TLS.
b3f8
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. R.C. Turner of Bakersfield, CA. April 29, 1968. Carbon TL.
b3f8
"Mary Cecealia" to Marge [Baroni]. July 15, 1968. ALS.
b3f8
Berry Morgan of Port Gibson, MS to Marge Baroni. August 21, 1968. TLS. Envelope.
b3f8
Marjorie R. Baroni to Dr. Jessie Wall of Hattiesburg, MS. October 10, 1968. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Montessori.
b3f8
Marge [Baroni] to Mrs. Richard Gitter. October 14, 1968. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: University of Southern Mississippi.
b3f8
Father Richard? of Baltimore, MD to Louis & Marge Baroni. October 25, 1968. TLS.
 
January-April 1969.
b3f10
Marge Baroni to "Edgar". January 21, 1969. Carbon TL.
b3f10
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Fred L. Green, Jr. of Tuskegee Institute. March 4, 1969. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Office of Economic Opportunity.
b3f10
Mrs. Mamie L. Mazique of Natchez, MS to Mr. James W. Lambert of the Natchez Democrat. March 6, 1969. Copy TL.
Scope Note: Re: integration of schools, race relations. Attached newspaper clipping of same.
b3f10
Rev. William J. Morrissey, Vice-President Natchez Branch NAACP, to Adams County Board of Supervisors. March 7, 1969. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: blacks in Natchez.
b3f10
Marjorie R. Baroni to Sister Francella in Portland, OR. March 21, 1969. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: black retarded children; Montessori.
b3f10
Antonio Cardona of Hanford, CA to Mrs. Baroni. March 27, 1969. TL. Envelope.
b3f10
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Antonio Cardona. April 2, 1969. Carbon.
b3f10
Bob Doyle in Atlanta, GA to Marge [Baroni]. April 16, 1969. ALS.
b3f10
Berry Morgan of Port Gibson, MS to Marge Baroni. April 30, 1969. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed: newspaper clipping and [copy of TL. April 30, 1969. Berry Morgan to Mr. Richard Todd at Houghton-Mifflin Company.]
 
May 1969.
b3f11
Berry Morgan of Port Gibson, MS to Marge Baroni. May 1, 1969. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed typed quotation.
b3f11
"Eddie" in Louvain, Belgium to Marge Baroni. May 4, 1969. TLS. Envelope.
b3f11
"Maire" to "Daddy and Mother". May 6, 1969. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Vietnam.
b3f11
Ernestine O'Brien Tuitt to Marge [Baroni]. May 7, 1969. ALS.
b3f11
Berry Morgan of Port Gibson, MS to Marge [Baroni]. May 11, 1969. TLS.
b3f11
H. Tupper Drane of St. Louis, MO to Marge [Baroni]. May 16, 1969. TLS. Envelope.
b3f11
John I. Arena, editor of Academic Therapy Publications to Marge Baroni. May 19, 1969. TLS.
 
June-December 1969.
b3f12
John I. Arena, editor of Academic Therapy Publications to Marge Baroni. June 2, 1969. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Baroni writing on Adams-Jefferson activities with children.
b3f12
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. June 3, 1969. ALS. Envelope.
b3f12
Tupper & Jeanne Drane to Marge Baroni. June 4, 1969. TLS. Envelope.
b3f12
Louis L. Gitter of Montessor Society of Greater Washington to Mrs. Marge Baroni. June 23, 1969. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Montessori.
b3f12
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. John I. Arena. July 29, 1969. TLS.
b3f12
John I. Arena to Marge Baroni. August 1, 1969. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Baroni's writing.
b3f12
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Boston, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. August 11, 1969. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Berry Morgan.
b3f12
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Lamar A. Braxton of Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation. September 1, 1969. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: notice of Baroni's resignation, Charles Evers.
b3f12
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. September 25, 1969. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Vietnam.
b3f12
"Madeleine & Frank" in Orange, CA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. October 20, 1969. Postcard.
b3f12
John I. Arena of Academic Therapy Publications to Marjorie R. Baroni. November 20, 1969. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Baroni's article.
Correspondence. 1970s.
 
1970.
b4f1
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] in Boston, MA to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. April 16, 1970. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Vietnam protest.
b4f1
Nancy Mickelson in Arlington, VA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 27, 1970. ALS. Envelope.
b4f1
"Office Staff" to [Marge Baroni]. April 30, 1970. ALS.
b4f1
"Butch" [Neil] Baroni in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. September 2, 1970. ALS. Envelope.
 
1971.
b4f2
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. February 1971. ALS. Envelope.
b4f2
Mrs. Clara F. Gearing, Director of Public Service Careers in Fayette, MS to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. February 19, 1971. TL.
b4f2
[Marge Baroni] to Rose Ann Baroni in Jackson, MS. March 11, 1971. TL. Envelope.
 
1972.
b4f3
Weinsome? McIntosh of Palm Beach, FL to Marge Baroni. January 12, 1972. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Charles Evers. Enclosed copy of clippings about Evers.
b4f3
Greg Kinney of Kenai, Alaska to Mrs. Baroni. January 26, 1972. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Mississippi elections, Ross Barnet, Paul Johnson.
b4f3
Hattie McCoy of Fort Adams, MS to Mrs. Baroni. May 10, 1972. ALS. Envelope.
b4f3
John A. Nichols of Jackson, MS to Mrs. Hattie McCoy of Fort Adams, MS. May 23, 1972. TLS.
b4f3
H[attie] McCoy of Fort Adams, MS to Marge Baroni. October 3, 1972. ALS.
 
1973.
b4f4
Dorothy Day in New York, NY to Marge Baroni. April 29, 1973. ALS.
b4f4
Sister Jean of Cathedral High School in Natchez, MS to "Parents of Cathedral High School". July 12, 1973. Copy TLS. Envelope.
b4f4
"Mama" [Marge Baroni] to Neil [Baroni]. August 2, 1973. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: B.B. King.
b4f4
"Jeff" to Baroni Family. August 22, 1973. Postcard.
b4f4
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Ralph Ellison of New York, NY. September 26, 1973. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: James Earl Jones, Medgar Evers, Ralph Ellison's Shadow and Act, Richard Wright, Charles Evers.
b4f4
Daniel Berrigan to Neil [Baroni]. September-October 1973. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Vietnam protest.
b4f4
? in Brantford, Ontario, Canada to Mrs. Baroni. November 14, 1973. ALS.
b4f4
Peter, Nancy, & Marshall Mickelson of Haute Volta, Afrique to Mr. & Mrs. Baroni. November 29, 1973. TLS. Envelope.
b4f4
Peter DeLyser of Unity Acres in Orwell, NY to "Friends of Unity Kitchen and the Farm". December 1973. TL. Envelope.
b4f4
Michael and Winsome McIntosh of Palm Beach, FL to Marge Baroni. December 4, 1973. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Charles Evers, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law, League of Women Voters.
b4f4
"Veronica" of Aberdeen Scotland to "Family Baroni". December 4, 1973. ALS.
b4f4
Marjorie R. Baroni to "Jim". December 26, 1973. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez sheriff.
b4f4
Rose Ann Baroni to "Dear Sir". December 28, 1973. Copy ALS.
b4f4
Alice Beal of Cambridge, MA to "Margery" Baroni. December 27, 1973. ALS.
 
1974.
b4f5
"Jess" to Marjorie Baroni. 1974. ALS. Envelope.
b4f5
Peter DeLyser of Unity Acres in Orwell, NY to "Friends of Unity Kitchen and the Farm". January 1974. TL. Envelope.
b4f5
"Mike" of Levittown to Baroni Family. January 7, 1974. ALS.
b4f5
BFF of New Haven, CT to Mr. & Mrs. Baroni. January 9, 1974. TLS.
b4f5
John Messina of New Orleans, LA to Marge [Baroni]. April 25, 1974. TLS.
b4f5
F Donovan to Marge [Baroni]. May 29, 1974. ALS.
b4f5
Neil Baroni to Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Baroni. August 10, 1974. Postcard. on Charles Evers postcard.
b4f5
Neil [Baroni] to Marge Baroni. October 21, 1974. ALS. Envelope.
b4f5
Dorothy Day from New York, NY to Marge Baroni. November 24, 1974. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: plan for farm in Mississippi.
b4f5
Mrs. M. Laemle of Chicago, IL to Mrs. Marjorie Rushing [Baroni]. November 25, 1974. TLS. Envelope.
b4f5
Neil Baroni to Mrs. Marjorie Rushing Baroni. December 3, 1974. ALS. Envelope.
b4f5
Neil [Baroni] to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. December 6, 1974. ALS. Envelope.
b4f5
Berry [Morgan] in Summit Point, WV to Marge [Baroni]. December 8, 1974. Copy ALS.
b4f5
Berry [Morgan] in Summit Point, WV to Marge [Baroni]. December 8, 1974. ALS.
b4f5
? of New Haven, CT to Mrs. Baroni. December 10, 1974. TLS. Envelope.
b4f5
Gilbert Jonas of New York, NY to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni and Mayor Charles Evers. December 13, 1974. TLS.
Scope Note: Enclosed copy of magazine article on Mississippi Opera and William Grant Still.
 
1975.
b4f6
Hattie McCoy of Fort Adams, MS to Mrs. Marge Baroni. January 1, 1975. ALS. Envelope.
b4f6
Malcolm Wall of Mississippi Authority for Educational Television to Mrs. Baroni. January 9, 1975. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: program "Human Rights, Human Reality." Enclosed PR release on said program.
b4f6
Janie Phillips Whitman to Mr. & Mrs. Baroni. January 16, 1975. ALS. Envelope.
b4f6
"Ma" in Brookhaven, MS to Mrs. Louis Baroni. January 22, 1975. TLS. Envelope.
b4f6
Coro Foundation of Murray Hill, NJ to Marjorie R. Baroni. January 23, 1975. TL. Envelope.
b4f6
"Mother" [Marge Baroni] to Neil [Baroni]. January 28, 1975. ALS.
b4f6
Marjorie Rushing [Baroni] to "Gentlemen & Mesdames". February 1, 1975. ALS.
b4f6
Tupper [Drane] to Marge [Baroni]. February 27, 1975. TLS.
b4f6
E. Carlton Pugh to Marge [Baroni]. February 9, 1975. Postcard. on Charles Evers postcard.
b4f6
Philip [Baroni] in E. Falmouth, MA to Nei-Mar Productions. February 25, 1975. ALS. Envelope.
b4f6
Tim D. Blalock of Natchez, MS to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. March 18, 1975. TLS.
b4f6
Lena L. Gitter and Claire J. Levy of Washington, DC to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. March 21, 1975. ALS. Envelope.
b4f6
[Marge Baroni] to City Planning Department, City of Natchez. March 24, 1975. Draft AL.
b4f6
Louise Peabody of Prescott, AZ to Small Is Beautiful. April 4, 1975. ALS.
b4f6
James S. Gordon of the National Institute of Mental Health to Mr. Edwards. Copy TL.
b4f6
Dorothy Day in Tivoli, NY to Marge Baroni. May 29, 1975. ALS. Envelope.
 
January-July 1976.
b4f7
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. June 27, 1976. ALS. Envelope with annotations.
b4f7
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. June 30, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed business card of John Carter Music Directions.
b4f7
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. July 6, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed hotel bill.
b4f7
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. July 9, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
b4f7
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. July 11, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
b4f7
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. July 13, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
b4f7
Neil [Baroni] in New York, NY to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. July 20, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
 
August-December 1976.
b4f8
William J. Morrissey to Board Members of Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation. August 2, 1976. Copy TLS. Envelope.
b4f8
[Marge Baroni] to "Dear All". September 14, 1976. ALS.
b4f8
"Jim" of Department of Health, Education, and Welfare to Marge Baroni. September 21, 1976. TLS.
b4f8
Dorothy [Day] from New York, NY to Marge Baroni. October 12, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
b4f8
Lillie Lee Henderson of Natchez, MS to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. October 21, 1976. TLS.
b4f8
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. J. Stanley Pottinger, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights. October 25, 1976. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: on Baroni's arrest for "disturbing the peace."
b4f8
Sister Mary Junkin, Principal, to "Dear Parents". November 1, 1975. TL.
b4f8
"The Shah" [ECP] of Andalusia, AL to Margie Baroni. Novmeber 10, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed copy of clipping.
b4f8
Marge [Baroni] to Lena L. Gitter of Washington, DC. November 24, 1976. ALS. Envelope.
b4f8
Marjorie R. Baroni to Tony Byrne, Mayor of Natchez, and the Board of Alderman. November 26, 1976. TLS. 3 other copies. Envelope.
b4f8
Jason Berry of New Orleans, LA to Marge Baroni. November 30, 1976. TLS. Envelope.
b4f8
Gilbert Jonas Company in New York, NY to Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. December 1976. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Medger Evers Fund, NAACP, Charles Evers.
b4f8
"Bob and Tami" [Doyle] to Marge and Neil [Baroni]. December 1976.
b4f8
Berry [Morgan] in Summit Point, WV to Marge Baroni. December 6, 1976. TLS.
b4f8
Marjorie R. Baroni to Natchez Police Facility. December 7, 1976. Copy TLS.
b4f8
Maceo W. Hubbard, Supervisory Trial Attorney for US Department of Justice, to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. December 8, 1976. TLS. Envelope.
b4f8
Berry [Morgan] in Summit Point, WV to "Marj" [Baroni]. Christmas 1976. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day, Natchez Democrat.
b4f8
Father August Thompson of Mansura, LA to "Relatives and friends". After Christmas 1976. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Black Catholics.
 
1977.
b4f9
"Julia" in Philadelphia, PA to Baroni Family. January 1977. Postcard.
b4f9
"Rose & Luis" in Baton Rouge, LA to Marjorie R. Baroni. January 1977. Postcard.
b4f9
Peggy Scherer of The Catholic Worker to Marge Baroni. January 2, 1977. ALS.
b4f9
John L. Jordan, Director Ofice of Child Development, to Mr. Henry Burkhalter of Jackson, MS. February 7, 1977. Copy TL.
Scope Note: Re: Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation, Head Start.
b4f9
? to "Rose Ann & Luis" of CA to "The Baronis". September 28, 1977. TLS.
b4f9
Rose [Miron] to Louis Baroni. November 20, 1977. ALS. Envelope.
b4f9
Edith Maeda of Woodley House in Washington, DC to "Friend". December 1, 1977. Copy TLS.
 
1978.
b4f10
Betty Olsen in Kaslo, Canada to Mr. & Mrs. Baroni. February 18, 1978. ALS.
b4f10
Betty Olsen to Mr. & Mrs. Baroni. February 20, 1978. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed copy of [ALS. February 9, 1978. "Butch" (Neil Baroni) to Betty Olsen].
b4f10
Marjorie R. Baroni to Dr. James S. Gordon of National Institute of Mental Health. March 16, 1978. Carbon TL.
b4f10
Marjorie R. Baroni to The Sanctuary House in Santa Barbara, CA. March 16, 1978. Carbon TL.
b4f10
James S. Gordon, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, to Ms. Marge Baroni. April 24, 1978. TLS.
Scope Note: Envelope with annotations from "Adele."
b4f10
Jeff Sosnaud of Washington, DC to Mrs. Baroni. April 25, 1978. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed copy of newspaper clippings.
b4f10
Bob Kern in Washington, DC to Mrs. Baroni. May 5, 1978. ALS.
b4f10
Monte Piliawsky of Dillerd University in LA to Mrs. Baroni. May 31, 1978. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Piliawsky's book Exit 13, Medgar & Charles Evers [copied proof of Exit 13 removed to elsewhere in collection].
b4f10
To Marge Baroni. October 25, 1978. Postcard.
Scope Note: Re: invitation to talk by Dr. William M. Latham Taylor, "retired educator, lecturer, Civil Rights Leader, Leader of Women for Evers for U.S. Sentator."
b4f10
James S. Gordon, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, to Marge Baroni. October 30, 1978. TLS.
b4f10
Marjorie R. Baroni to Dr. Robert S. Mendelsohn of Chicago, IL. November 1, 1978. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights Movement, mental health, Catholic Worker Movement, Dorothy Day, Montessori, Head Start, Charles Evers.
b4f10
"Dad & Mom" to "All". November 28, 1978. TLS.
b4f10
"Bob" [Doyle] to Baroni Family. December 2, 1978. TLS.
b4f10
"Bob" [Doyle] to Baroni Family. December 6, 1978. TLS.
b4f10
"Julia" to The Baronis. December 15, 1978. Postcard.
 
1979.
b4f11
Mary, Russ, Rusty, & Nathan to Mr. & Mrs. L. Baroni. 1979. Postcard.
b4f11
"Julia" of Glenmoore, PA to Louis & Marge Baroni. 1979. Postcard.
b4f11
"Julia" of Glenmoore, PA to Louis & Marge Baroni.
b4f11
Marge [Baroni] to Lena [Gitter]. February 3, 1979. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Charles Evers.
b4f11
Neil Baroni in New Orleans, LA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis J. Baroni. May 29, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
Neil Baroni in New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Louis Baroni. May 29, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
Neil Baroni in New Orleans, LA to Mrs. L.J. Baroni. May 29, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
Wallace G. Kay of the University of Southern Mississippi to Marjorie Baroni. June 1, 1979. TLS.
b4f11
Neil Baroni in New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Louis Baroni. June 8, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
Neil Baroni in New Orleans, LA to Mrs. Louis Baroni. June 12, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
Marjorie [Baroni] to Berry [Morgan]. June 17, 1979. TLS.
Scope Note: Annotation from Berry [Morgan] back to [Marge Baroni].
b4f11
J.R. Moskin of the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies to Ms. Marjorie R. Baroni. June 26, 1979. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed pamphlets from the Aspen Institute.
b4f11
Lena Gitter in Washington, DC to Baroni's. July 19, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed newspaper clipping on Dorothy Day and photo [notation on reverse: "on my terrace / Lena / Summer '78."
b4f11
"Julia" in Glenmoore, PA to Marge Baroni. August 15, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
S. Blackman of Detroit, MI to Mrs. Louis Baroni. September 20, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
H. Pettus Randall of Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges, to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. October 22, 1979. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed form and pamphlet.
b4f11
Jeffrey Sosnaud of Washington, DC to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. October 24, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed copy of [TLS Jeff Sosnaud of Washington, DC to Charles Evers. Re: Charles Evers, Fayette, Medger Evers Mississippi Homecoming].
b4f11
To Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. October 26, 1979. Wedding invitation.
b4f11
C. Rushing of Brookhaven, MS to Mrs. Louis Baroni. November 7, 1979. TL. Envelope.
b4f11
Berry [Morgan] in Washington, DC to Marge Baroni. December 11, 1979. ALS. Envelope.
b4f11
Rev. Msgr. Thaddeus Harkins of Natchez, MS to "Dear Parishoners". December 12, 1979. TLS.
b4f11
Julie Brasfield of Dallas, TX to The Louis Baronis. December 19, 1979. Christmas Card. Envelope.
b4f11
? of Fayette, MS to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. December 7, 1979. Christmas Card.
b4f11
McIntosh Family of New York, NY to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Baroni. December 7, 1979. Christmas Card.
b4f11
From Rev. Richard K. Knuge of Dayton, OH. Christmas 1979. TLS. Enclosure and envelope.
b4f11
"Charlie" to Baroni Family. December 31, 1979. ALS.
Correspondence. 1980s.
 
January-May 1980.
b5f1
Eileen Bedwell of Natchez, MS to Ms. Marge Baroni. January 25, 1980. ALS. Envelope.
b5f1
Eden Jackie Ezell to Marjorie Baroni. February 10, 1980. Postcard.
b5f1
Morton Schindel of Weston, CT to "Friend". March 15, 1980. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: filmed adaptations of children's books.
b5f1
Bernard C. Jones of the Emergency Land Fund of Jackson, MS to "Friends". April 14, 1980. TLS.
b5f1
David [Baroni] to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 15, 1980. ALS. Envelope.
b5f1
David [Baroni] to Neil Baroni. April 15, 1980. ALS. Envelope.
b5f1
Dean J. Finley of Copiah-Lincoln Junior College to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. April 21, 1980. TLS. Envelope.
b5f1
H.C. Garner of Copiah-Lincoln Junior College to Marjorie R. Baroni. April 29, 1980. TLS. Envelope.
b5f1
Renata Scotto and Placido Domingo of the Metropolitan Opera Association to "Friend.". May 1980. TLS. Enclosure and envelope.
b5f1
Marge Baroni to Dr. Welsh. May 8, 1980. TL.
b5f1
Henry J. Kirksey to "Friend". May 8, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Democratic candidate for 4th Congressional District in MS.
b5f1
David Crosby of Alcorn State University to Ms. Baroni. May 9, 1980. Telephone message.
b5f1
Marge Baroni to Hodding Carter IV. May 11, 1980. Telegram. Envelope.
 
June-December 1980.
b5f2
David Evans of Memphis State University to Marjorie R. Baroni. June 4, 1980. TLS. Envelope.
b5f2
Rabiul Hasan of Loman, MS to Mrs. "Margee" Baroni. June 10, 1980. Get Well Card. Envelope.
b5f2
Chinelo Achebe of the Sunrise Theatre, Inc. in Jackson, MS to Marge Baroni. June 11, 1980. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed: four broadsheets from Sunrise Theatre.
b5f2
Chinelo [Achebe] of the Sunrise Theatre, Inc. in Jackson, MS to Marge Baroni. August 18, 1980. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed: two broadsheets from Sunrise Theatre.
 
1981.
b5f3
Denise Lofton, SGA President at University of Southern Mississippi, to "Graduate". April 27, 1981. TLS. Envelope.
b5f3
David & Rita [Baroni] in Nashville, TN to Louis and Marge Baroni. September 8, 1981. ALS. Envelope.
b5f3
Rose Mirow [nee Baroni] in Hattiesburg, MS to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. September 18, 1981. ALS.
b5f3
Mark Baroni to Baroni Family. October 25, 1981. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed newspaper clipping.
 
1982.
b5f4
Philip Baroni in Hattiesburg, MS to Mrs. Louis Baroni. January 5, 1982. ALS. Envelope.
b5f4
Admission Office, University of Mississippi Medical Center, to "Margaret" Baroni. June 2, 1982. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed pamphlet "Information for Patients."
b5f4
? Thompson at the University of Mississippi Medical Center to Marjorie Baroni. June 15, 1982. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed pamphlet "Information for Patients."
b5f4
"Butch" [Neil Baroni] to "Betty". August 18, 1982. ALS.
b5f4
[Neil Baroni] to "Betty and Philip". August 19, 1982. TL.
 
January-July 1983.
b5f5
Rita Baroni in Nashville, TN to Marge Baroni. January 5, 1983. ALS. Envelope.
b5f5
Dorothy [Mrs. Alfred Karre] of Natchez, MS to Margie Baroni. January 25, 1983. ALS. Envelope.
b5f5
Nancy L. Davis, Equal Rights Advocates, Inc. to "Dear Friend". January 31, 1983. TLS.
Scope Note: Enclosed pamphlet and newsletter.
b5f5
Linda Walker Green of Washington, MS to Marge Baroni. January 31, 1983. ALS. Envelope.
b5f5
Bob Petersen of the University of Southern Mississippi to Marjorie Baroni. April 4, 1983. TLS. Envelope.
b5f5
James H. Sims of the University of Southern Mississippi to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. April 6, 1983. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosed map and envelope.
b5f5
R. Peters of Natchez, MS to Marjorie Baroni. April 17, 1983. Postcard.
b5f5
Bob Petersen to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. May 20, 1983. TLS.
b5f5
Bob Petersen to Marjorie Baroni. May 31, 1983. TLS.
b5f5
"Jonsie" in Auburn, NY to Marg Baroni. June 2, 1983. Get Well Card. Envelope.
 
August-December 1983.
b5f6
"Vicki" in Harrison, AR to Marge & Louis Baroni. August 23, 1983. Postcard.
b5f6
JPB [Philip Baroni] in Atlanta, GA to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. September 1, 1983. Postcard.
b5f6
Rocky Rowzee of Amarillo, TX to Mrs. Louis Baroni. September 13, 1983. ALS. Envelope.
b5f6
R.T. van Aller of University of Southern Mississippi to "Graduate faculty named below". September 29, 1983. Memo.
b5f6
Bob [Petersen] of University of Southern Mississippi to Mrs. Baroni. October 19, 1983. ALS.
b5f6
Peggy Prenshaw of the University of Southern Mississippi to Marjorie Baroni. October 25, 1983. ALS. Envelope.
b5f6
Bob & Michiko Petersen in Natchez, MS to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. October 31, 1983. Get Well Card. Envelope.
b5f6
Bob Petersen of Natchez, MS to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. October 31, 1983. ALS. Envelope.
b5f6
Paula Herbert of Hattiesburg, MS to Marjorie Baroni. November 2, 1983. Get Well Card. Envelope.
b5f6
[10 signatures] of Hattiesburg, MS to Marjorie Baroni. November 2, 1983. Get Well Card. Envelope.
b5f6
[4 signatures] of Hattiesburg, MS to Marjorie Baroni. November 9, 1983. Get Well Card. Envelope.
b5f6
Peggy Prenshaw of University of Southern Mississippi to Marjorie Baroni. November 10, 1983. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Willie Morris. Enclosed clipping of book review on Willie Morris's The Courting of Marcus Dupree.
 
1984.
b5f7
Bob Petersen in Natchez, MS to Marge Baroni. January 6, 1984. ALS. Envelope.
b5f7
David, Rita, and Bethany Baroni of Nashville, TN to Marge Baroni. March 22, 1984. ALS.
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"Toni" of Jackson, MS to Ms. Marjorie R. Baroni. June 4, 1984. ALS. Envelope.
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Bob [Petersen] in Nashville, TN to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. November 15, 1984. Postcard.
 
1985.
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"Agent 710" from Nashville, TN to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. April 18, 1985. Postcard.
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Jean E. Henry of Tortoise Enterprises in Jackson, MS to Mrs. Marjorie R. Baroni. May 28, 1985. ALS.
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Bob Doyle in Ft. Collens, CO to Louis & Marge Baroni & Family. June 25, 1985. TLS. Envelope.
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Bob & Michiko in Murfreesboro, TN to Marge Baroni. June 23, 1985. Postcard.
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Julia Rasch in Wonalancet, NH to Marge Baroni. July 17, 1985. ALS. Envelope.
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"Bob" to "Lady Marjorie" [Marge Baroni]. July 18, 1985. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Ignatius Donnelly.
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"Bob" of Middle Tennessee State University to Marge [Baroni]. July 24, 1985. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Ignatius Donnelly.
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Julia [Rasch] to Marge [Baroni]. September 10, 1985. ALS.
Scope Note: Enclosed pamphlet on cancer research.
Correspondence with no Dates and Empty Envelopes.
 
Written by Marge Baroni.
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[Marge Baroni] to Dorothy [Day]. post-1974. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Mississippi River floods, recreation center, Richard Wright commemoration, work with handicapped children.
b6f1
[Marge Baroni] to [Dorothy Day]. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez, Civil Rights Movement [entitled "Letter from Natchez-on-the-Mississippi"].
b6f1
Marge [Baroni] to Louis [Baroni]. ALS.
b6f1
Marjorie R. Baroni to Newman Book Shop in Westminster, MD. Carbon.
Scope Note: Re: Freedom Songs, SNCC.
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Marjorie Rushing (Baroni) to Mrs. Cindy Rosenberg, Executive Director of LCA. ALS.
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[Marge Baroni] to Center for Community Change in Washington, DC. AL.
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Marge [Baroni] to Tami & Bob Doyle in Greencastle, IN. Re: Berry Morgan. ALS. on a napkin.
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Marge [Baroni] to [Dorothea]. TLS. incomplete.
Scope Note: Re: Catholicism.
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[Marge Baroni] to ?. TL. incomplete, torn.
Scope Note: Re: Catholicism, Ross Barnett, parochial schools.
 
Written by Dorothy Day.
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Dorothy [Day] to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Freedom Rides.
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Dorothy [Day] to Marge [Baroni. ALS.
b6f2
Dorothy [Day] to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Freedom Rides and Catholic Worker.
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Dorothy [Day] to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: demonstrations.
 
Written by Baroni Family.
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Betty, Butch, Neil, and Johnathan [Baroni] to Mark [Baroni]. ALS.
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Mark and David [Baroni] to "B&B" [Betty and Neil Baroni]. ALS.
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David & Rita Baroni from Nashville, TN to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni & Neil. ALS.
 
Not Written by Family.
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Gene Angstadt of Southern Student Project, American Friends Service Committee, to "Friends of the Southern Student Project". TLS.
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Betty Dellinger. TLS. 2nd page only.
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Eugene Derdeyn of Chicago, IL to Marge & Louis [Baroni]. TLS.
b6f4
Eugene [Derdeyn] to Marge [Baroni]. TLS.
b6f4
Bob & Tami Doyle to L.&M. [Louis & Marge Baroni]. ALS.
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Bob Doyle in Boulder, CO to Anthony McCraney of Ferriday, LA. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: KKK. On reverse: ALS. Bob Doyle to Baronis.
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Jeanne Drane from St. Louis, MO to Marge Baroni. ALS. Envelope.
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H. Tupper Drane to Mr. J. Orrin Shipe of CUNA International. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Vietnam.
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J. Fullem to Mr. & Mrs. L. Baroni. Postcard.
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Berry [Morgan] to Marge [Baroni]. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Morgan's work The Mississippian.
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Berry [Morgan] to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
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[Father Morrissey?] to ?. ALS.
b6f4
Isabelle M. Perrault to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Cornelia Connely Association.
b6f4
The Phillips to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
Scope Note: Enclosed Church service programs, newspaper clippings of Phillips-Baroni wedding., and pamphlet "Twenty-nine Important Bible Truths."
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Julia Rasch in Glenmoore, PA to Marge Baroni. ALS. Envelope.
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Julia [Rasch] to Mrs. Baroni. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: Charles Evers.
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Martha & Joe Rossignol of Fayette, MS to Marge & Louis Baroni. ALS.
b6f4
Nano [C. Rushing] to "Marj & Family.". ALS.
b6f4
Nano [C. Rushing] to "Mr. Philip" [Baroni]. ALS.
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Nano [C. Rushing] to "Marj & All". ALS.
 
Not Written by Family.
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Father Harris to Louis Baroni Family. Postcard.
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Father Harris of Toronto, OH to "Folks". TLS.
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Father Harris from Biloxi, MS to "Folks". TL. Envelope.
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Father Harris to [Baroni family]. [fragment] TL.
Scope Note: Re: Dorothy Day.
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"Mary" to Mrs. Louis Baroni. Postcard.
b6f5
"Joe" to "Margie" [Baroni]. ALS.
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"Peggy" to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
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"Margaret" to Baroni's. TLS.
Scope Note: Enclosed photograph of bottles.
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"Caroline" to Marge [Baroni]. TLS.
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"Bob" to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
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"Jason" to Marge [Baroni]. ALS.
b6f5
"D?" to Mrs. Baroni. TLS.
b6f5
"Jeff" to "Father.". ALS.
b6f5
The "Fearns?". ALS.
b6f5
"Betty" to Marge [Baroni]. TLS.
b6f5
Unity School of Christianity to "Dear Friend". TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosures.
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Salesian Missions. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosures.
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AIUSA to "Dear Reader. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosures.
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Columban Fathers. TL. Envelope.
Scope Note: Enclosures.
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? to Editor of Natchez-Democrat. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Civil Rights Movement, unions.
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Greetings Cards.
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Empty Envelopes.

Marge Baroni Manuscripts and Miscellaneous.
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Daily journal. June 1, 1966 -- September 14, 1966.
 
Daily journals. 1974.
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November 18, 1974 -- November 24, 1974.
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November 26, 1974 -- December 15, 1974. found in spiral notebook originally used by Rose Ann Baroni.
 
Autobiographical notes.
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"January 1, 1965, New Year's Day -- Evening". AM. 8 pp..
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"August 4th, 1969". AM. 1 p..
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"Feb 15, 1973". AM. 4 pp..
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"Tonight I know I must write...". AM. 7 pp..
b7f3
"To be on the earth and not to know how or why...". AM. 11 pp..
b7f3
"The officer said 'Mrs. Baroni, it's snowing!'". AM. 8 pp..
b7f3
"The attempt to build a new society in the shell of the old in the deep South ...". TM. 1 p..
b7f3
"when I overhear the three little ones discussing the necessity for selecting a place of rendezvous...". TM. 1 p..
 
Oral Interview.
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"Interview in Natchez, Miss. February 11, 1977, at the home of Mrs. Marge Baroni, with Fr. William Morriseey, S.S.J., and others, by Peter E. Hogan, S.S.J.". TM. 66 pp..
 
Thesis Proposal.
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"Key". AM. 1 p..
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"I. Introduction...". TM. 1 p..
b7f5
"Thesis Proposal". TM. 4 pp. [copies of various pages].
b7f5
"Marge Baroni, Thesis Outline". TM. 1 p..
b7f5
"Marge Baroni, Thesis Outline". TM. 1 p. [3 copies].
 
"1964: Some Memories of Freedom Summer in Natchez, Mississippi".
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"1964: Some Memories of Freedom Summer in Natchez Mississippi". TM. 24 pp. [2 copies].
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3 loose pages.
 
Thesis Work.
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"Page 1 -- People either melt when he comes around, charmed by his warm and responsive manner...". TM. 3 pp..
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"Charles Evers, the first black mayor...". TM. 1 p..
b7f7
"Because the human mind cannot deal with abstractions...". TM. 3 pp..
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"... a peacemaker. Both men were earnest and sincere, both good priests...". TM. 6 pp..
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"In 1961 the Josephite parish at Natchez, Holy Family, was not any different from any other Negro church ...". TM. 9 pp..
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"White life in any small town can be stultifying...". TM. 2 pp..
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"David used to come home and curl up in bed in the afternoons...". TM. 2pp..
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"Introduction". TM. 4 pp..
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"Both Louis and I were firmly wedded to the principal that the home is the chief school ...". TM. 2 pp..
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"Dick Gregory came to Mississippi a number of times...". TM. 3 pp..
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"It was cold that morning, drizzling and low-ceilinged, as only November in the south can be...". TM. 4 pp..
 
Thesis Work.
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"Dedicated to Joseph Edwards MIA and All his family...". AM. 1 p..
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"People coming into Mississippi for the first time...". TM. 1 p..
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"Tigger is one of my favorites and not because he is funny...". TM. 1 p..
b7f8
"Like novelists and poets who treat social phenomena as aspects of narratives and poems...". TM. 1 p..
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"Natchez is set high on the banks of the Mississippi...". TM. 1 p..
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"One of the hardest things for me to do is hold back in a bi-racial situtation...". TM. 1 p..
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"The narrator of Shirley Ann Grau's The Keepers of the House...". TM. 1 p..
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"It is impossible to live in the south without confrontation daily of the 'existential vacuum'...". TM. 1 p..
b7f8
"Looking back over the above, I see that it drivels...". TM. 1 p..
b7f8
"Uncle Tom's Cabin signified the spirit of the CW ...". TM. 1 p..
b7f8
"An example of fiction that reflects a maturely social recognition...". TM. 1 p..
b7f8
"At the southern end of town there was a little cluster of shacks and jerrybuilt houses...". TM. 1 p..
b7f8
"In this sense all literatures are minor.". AM. 1 p..
b7f8
"...had a white man to 'speak' for him.". TM. 1 p..
b7f8
"Myrlie Ever's For Us the Living, Charles Evers's Evers...". TM. 1 p..
 
Resume.
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"Jefferson Improvement Corporation board of directors member...". AM. 19 pp..
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"1. Covering and reporting all social events ...". TM. 2 pp..
b7f9
"Marjorie Baroni, Assistant Director, Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation". Business cards. 4 cards.
 
Certificates for Marge Baroni.
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Department of Education, State of Mississippi, High School Equivalence. October 11, 1968. Envelope.
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Who's Who Among Students in American Junior Colleges. Copiah-Lincoln Junior College. 1979-80.
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Mississippi Junior College Creative Writing Association. Short Story "We Never Lived on Homochitto Street".
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Phi Theta Kappa National Honor Fraternity of the Community and Junior College. January 25, 1979.
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University of Southern Mississippi. Bachlor of Arts. May 1982. framed.
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"The Natchez Democrat is a Family Owned and Operated Business...". TM. 3 pp..
 
Book Reviews.
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"This book by John Gilland Brunini is explanatory, expository...". Carbon TM. 2 pp..
b8f2
"'Maria Chapdelaine' is a brief novel...". Carbon TM. 1 p..
b8f2
"'Played By Ear', a series of letters...". Carbon TM. 2 pp..
b8f2
"No sympathy for O'Neill -- sympathy for his father, and his children.". TM. 5 pp..
b8f2
"The Golden String -- By Bede Griffiths". TM. 8 pp..
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"Quotations, Shadow & Ach. Ralph Ellison...". AM. 2 pp..
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"I have just finished reading a book about the Oglala Sioux occupation of the village of Wounded Knee...". AM. 3 pp..
 
Essays.
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"The Choir -- Question 5, Page 10 ...". TM. 2 pp..
b8f3
"Now a habit of work is a wonderful thing and it's not everybody has it...". TM. 2 pp..
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"'I am only one person, but I am free' (CW -- April, 1956 letter from Dick Downham...". Carbon TM. 2 pp..
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"April 30, 1964, Responsibility of the Press...". TM. 1 p..
b8f4
Re: Berry Morgan. AM. 1 p..
 
Speeches.
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"at age 14 she was a dental assistant; today at age 35 she is a busy woman...". Notecards AM. 13.
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"When I saw in the paper that I was to talk on Catholic authors -- somehow it frightened me...". TM. 5 pp..
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"I have to make a comparison to begin with...". Carbon TM. 11 pp..
 
Short Stories.
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"We Never Lived on Homochitto Street". TM. 14 pp..
b8f6
"We Never Lived on Homochitto Street". TM. 7 pp.. incomplete rough draft.
b8f6
"Dinner on the Grounds". TM. 7 pp..
b8f6
"The Farrell twins never knew it, but they contributed in no small way to the completion of downtown Petrarcha into a ghost town...". TM. 7 pp..
 
Will Preparation.
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"Last Will & Testament of Louis J. & Marjorie R. Baroni...". AM. 3 pp..
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Nei-Mar Productions.
Scope Note: Miscellaneous collection of correspondence, notes, letterhead, business cards, etc.
b8f9
Miscellaneous Notes.
b8f10
Addresses/Telephone Numbers.
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Addresses/ Telephone Numbers.
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Report Cards, Degree Applications, Etc.
 
Papers for Composition Class.
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"A Gentle Conspiracy". AM. 3 pp..
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"Life seemed to deepen, sharpen, all at once in those last bright days of August...". AM. 3 pp..
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"Sunday Afternoon". AM. 1 p..
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"Singing the Blues: In the Key of 3 R's". AM. 4 pp..
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"No more poignant illustration of my grandmother's ...". AM. 2 pp..
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"A Magic Waiting Room". AM. 4 pp..
b8f13
"All my adult life I had known that each childbirth...". AM. 2 pp..
b8f13
"Everything seemed to happen all at once...". AM. 2 pp..
 
School Papers.
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"My Personal Synthesis of Psychological Approaches to Man's Problems". TM. 4 pp..
b8f14
"The Androgynous, Bi-Racial Vision of Berry Morgan". TM. 19 pp..
b8f14
"New Approaches to Mental Health Care". AM. 3 pp..
b8f14
"The treatment of black/white relationships in five novels...". TM. 13 pp..
b8f14
"Although Eugene Deb's often quoted...". TM. various versions, drafts.
b8f15
Odd, Loose Pages of Manuscripts.

Notebooks.
Scope Note: Autobiographical Notes, Letters within Academic Notebooks (Marked With Plastic Paperclips).
b9
Spiral notebook with orange, yellow, pink, and brown cover. 1 p..
Scope Note: "To love, one must risk being bruised..." 1 p.; "One day when the rain is falling forcefully..."
b9
Spiral notebook with red cover "Finest Quality". 3 pp..
Scope Note: ALS Marjorie R. Baroni to AJIC Bd Directors (Re: Baroni's resignation); AM. "Reading 'Anna' by David Reed, I suddenly begin to understand St. John the Apostle's words...".
b9
Spiral notebook with green cover "USM". 2 pp..
Scope Note: Notes "Mid Twentieth Century Civil Rights in Literature" 8 pp.; AM. "Introduction: It is easy now for me to see why old people live in the past ..." 5 pp.; AL. E.C. Rushing, Mrs. Louis J. Baroni, Mrs. Robert J. Rodilah (?), and Mrs. Sam O. Jordan to the Fry Realty Company of Natchez, MS.; AM. "Red and Malva Hefner with their daughters left McComb..." 2 pp.; AM "Saturday, June 29, 1985".
b9
Spiral notebook with neutral cover "Mead". 6 pp..
Scope Note: AM. "The Natchez Bus. And Civic League, a non-profit organization chartered by the state..."
b9
Spiral notebook with green cover "Herald Square". 1 p..
Scope Note: "My best friend for twenty-five years is pessimistic in outlook..."
b9
Spiral notebook with green cover "Write Right". 8 pp..
Scope Note: AM. "On the surface it would seem that 'passing' for white is simply an effort..." 6 pp.; AM. "These five novels share historical relevance in at least two themes..."
b9
Spiral notebook with pink cover "Velvatone". 3 pp..
Scope Note: AM. "Explore the mention of blackness in Southern literature..." 5 pp.; "The Plan of Salvation in Berry Morgan's Novels" 10 pp.; AM. "Need these books in biblio..."; "Alice Walker in Meridian -- CR Movement of 60s..." 2 pp.; "Robb. Coles -- Children of Crisis, III The South Goes North."
b9
Small spiral of index cards "Mead".
Scope Note: contains notes for thesis and autobiographical notes.

Catholic Topics.
 
Catholic Worker Movement.
b10f1
J. Michael McCloskey. "The Catholic Worker Movement," (NY: The Libertarian Press). undated.
b10f1
"and who wants Peace? By Eric Gill T.O.S.D." (The Catholic Worker). undated.
 
Cornelia Connelly.
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Annals of The Cornelia Connelly Association of Mission Helpers July, 1935 -- July, 1936 (Philadelphia, PA: Convent of the Holy Child Jesus). c. 1936.
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Mother Cornelia Connelly: Foundress of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus 1809-1879. undated. 2 copies.
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Cornelia Connelly Chronicle, Vol. 1 No. 1.
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Cornelia Connelly Chronicle, Vol. 1 No. 4. 4 copies, 1 envelope.
b10f2
"The Servant of God Mother Cornelia Connelly".
 
Saint Christopher's Mission To The Navajo (Bluff, Utah).
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"After-Mass Prayer" (St. Christoper's Mission to the Navajo).
b10f3
"Mid Summer 1962 Newsletter St. Christopher's Mission to the Navajo".
b10f3
"Autumn 1962 Newsletter St. Christopher's Mission to the Navajo".
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"Christmas Greetings from Navajoland 1962, St. Christopher's Mission to the Navajo, Bluff, Utah".
b10f3
"A Voice in the Desert (sixth printing, revised, 1963): Saint Christopher's Mission to the Navajo". 2 copies.
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"You are Invited, 20th Anniversary July 25th, Saint Christopher's Mission to the Navajo, Bluff, Utah". 1963.
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"Springtime Greetings from Navajoland 1963, St. Christopher's Mission to the Navajo, Bluff, Utah".
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TL. June 10, 1963. Rev. Wayne L. Pontious to "Friends of St. Christopher's Mission to the Navajo".
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St. Christopher's Mission Newsletter. Easter 1975. Envelope.
 
Columbia: Knights of Columbus Magazine.
b10f4
November 1979.
b10f4
May 1980.
b10f5
Praying: Spirituality for Everday Living, Supplement of National Catholic Reporter. Fall 1985.
 
Catholic Diocese of Natchez-Jackson Clergy Newsletter.
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December 19, 1973.
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January 3, 1974.
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April 15, 1974.
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May 15, 1974.
b10f6
August 19, 1974.
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October 1, 1974.
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October 16, 1974.
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November 15, 1974.
 
Minutes of Priests Senate (Mississippi).
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September 25, 1973.
Scope Note: Re: segregated academies, abortion, teen marriages.
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October 30, 1973.
Scope Note: Re: teen marriages.
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November 27, 1973.
Scope Note: Re: teen marriages, union boycott of lettuce and grapes.
b10f7
January 15, 1974.
b10f7
April 30, 1974.
Scope Note: Re: teen marriages.
 
Operation Share (Mississippi).
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"Special Holy Year Apostolate of Reconciliation and Evangelization, Operation Share". Card.
b10f8
"We care, We share, The friendly family of Mississippi Catholics". Bumpersticker.
b10f8
Father Alvin Illig of Catholic Diocese of Natchez-Jackson to "Dear Father". October 18, 1974. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Operation Share, statistics on Mississippi Catholics.
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"Workshops for 'Operation Share'". October 17, 1974. TM.
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"A Tentative Proposal for a Jackson City-Wide 'Operation Share' Program Involving the Eight Parishes of the City in a Cluster Effort". TM.
 
Catholic Youth Organizations.
b10f9
"Requirements for Chartering CYOs". TM.
b10f9
Rev. Francis J. Cosgrove of Catholic Diocese of Natchez-Jackson to "Priest Moderators, CYO Presidents and Adult Advisors". March 28, 1973. Memo.
Scope Note: Re: Forthcoming CYO events.
 
Correspondence of Catholic Diocese of Natchez-Jackson.
b10f10
Sister Betty Tranel, Religious Education Coordinator, to "Monsignor, Father, Sister, Religion Coordinator". October 23, 1973. Copy TLS.
b10f10
Monsignor Law to "Priests of the Diocese of Natchez-Jackson". October 29, 1973. TL.
Scope Note: Enclosed: Copy TLS. Bishop Joseph B. Brunini to "Dear Friends"; and TM. "Parish Bulletin Annoucement for Sunday, November 11, November 18."
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Rev. Patrick Farrell, Director of Pastoral Services, to "Monsignor/Father". December 18, 1973. Copy TLS.
b10f10
Bishop Joseph R. Burnini to "Monsignor/Father". April 8, 1974. Copy TLS.
b10f10
Bishop Joseph R. Burnini to "Friends" Re: Catholic Charities appeal, abortion alternative. April 17, 1974. Copy TLS.
b10f10
Father Alvin Illig, C.S.P., to "Father" Re: Operation Share. September 11, 1974. Copy TLS.
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Most Reverend Joseph Lawson Howze, D.D.V.G., Auxiliary Bishop of Natchez-Jackson, to "Very Reverend Monsignor, Very Reverend and Reverend Father, Dear People of the Diocese of Natchez-Jackson". September 24, 1974. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Hurricane destruction.
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Most Rev. Joseph Lawson Howe, D.D.V.G., Auxiliary Bishop/Vicar General Diocese of Natchez-Jackson, to "Very Rev. Monsignor: Very Rev. and Rev. Fathers: The Parish Council President and Parish Councils". October 16, 1974. Copy TLS.
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Joseph B. Burnini, D.D., Bishop of Natchez-Jackson, to "Monsignor/Father". October 18, 1974. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Operation Share, Holy Family parish in Natchez.
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Dick Brascoe to "Clergy of the Catholic Diocese of Natchez-Jackson". November 7, 1974. Copy TLS.
b10f10
Father Alvin Illig, C.S.P. to "Father" Re: Operation Share. November 8, 1974. TLS.
b10f10
"Diocese of Natchez-Jackson" [addresses].
 
Catholic Foundation of Jackson.
b10f11
"Catholic Foundation Sunday," The Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of Jackson, Mississippi. November 8, 1981.
b10f11
Subscription form for Catholic Foundation.
b10f11
"Work Sheets for Preparing Your Will" (Jackson, MS: Catholic Foundation of the Diocese of Jackson). Pamphlet.
b10f11
"Last Will and Testament of ----". Form.
 
Miscellaneous Natchez Parish Material.
b10f12
The Wave (Cathedral High School). March 1966. Newsletter.
Scope Note: Re: student demonstrations.
b10f12
"Retreat, Catholic High School, Rev. Kevin Henry, O.F.M". March 4 & 5, 1966. Program.
b10f12
"Constitution and By-Laws of the Parish School Club". Pamphlet.
b10f12
"Low Sunday". April 5, 1964. TM.
Scope Note: Re: Adams County Committee for Religious Integrity, anti-Catholicism, civil rights. Reverse: printed program entitled "Are You a Doubting Thomas?"
b10f12
"St. Mary's Cathedral Parish Press". October 1983. Newsletter.
Scope Note: Re: baptism welcome of Marshall Ryan Baroni.
b10f12
"Liturgical Appointment List for Lay Members for Month of September". TM.
Scope Note: Re: Louis Baroni on Usher list.
b10f12
Father John Le Beauve, pastor of St. Gabriel Mission at Mound Bayou, Mississippi, speaking at the Sadie V. Thompson Auditorium at the invitation of the Natchez Business and Civic League, Inc. March 30, 1958. Program.
b10f12
"Constitution and By-Laws of the Natchez-Diocesan Council of the National Council of Catholic Women". Booklet.
b10f12
"J.M.J. Mission, St. Mary's Cathedral, Natchez, Miss., February 9th through 16th by Rev. John M. Nugent, O.P., Domincan Southern Missionaries". Program. 2 copies.
 
Budgets.
b10f13
"Catholic Charities Collection and Pledges". July 1, 1972 thru June 30, 1973. TM.
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"Department of Administration and Finance, Plans and Programs". 1974-1978. TM.
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"Plans and Programs, Triennial Period". 1975-19761976-19771977-1978. TM.
b10f13
"Department of Community Services Proposed Plans and Programs Triennial Planning Period". 1975-1978. TM.
b10f13
"Department of Pastoral Services Plans and Programs". 1975-1978. TM.
b10f13
"Catholic Charities, Diocese of Natchez-Jackson, Recap of Catholic Charities Expenditures -- Budget Year". 1974. TM.
b10f13
"Catholic Diocese of Natchez-Jackson Recap Sheet -- Triennial Budget Expenses by Department". 1974-1978. TM.
 
Race Relations.
b10f14
"An Appeal in Behalf of the Negro and Indian Missions of the United States". Broadsheet.
b10f14
Interracial Review: A Journal for Christian Democracy. January 1961.
b10f14
Our Colored Missions. December 1963.
b10f14
Newsletter. September 1961. top of page missing.
Scope Note: Re: desegregation in other diocese.
b10f14
"Catholic Council on Human Relations, Chart Showing Catholic Facilities Desegregated". July 1, 1961.
b10f14
"No Race, Color Bar in Church, U.S. Bishops' Stand Reaffirmed, By M.F. Everett". 1961. Broadsheet.
b10f14
"Discrimination and the Christian Conscience, Statement of the Bishops of the United States". 1958. Broadsheet.
b10f14
"For Interracial Justice... How to Organize a Catholic Interracial Council". Copy TM.
b10f14
National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice. December 1961. Newsletter.
Scope Note: Re: Freedom Rides in Mississippi, Citizens' Councils.
b10f14
National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice. March 1962. Newsletter.
Scope Note: Re: Aaron Henry.
b10f14
Southern Field Service National Catholic Conference for Interracial Justice. September 1962. Bulletin.
b10f14
Membership application to the Catholic Council of Human Relations of the Archdiocese of New Orleans.
b10f14
Name tag for Mrs. Louis Baroni "Religion and Race in the South: Catholic Perspectives".
 
Miscellaneous Publications.
b10f15
National Council of Catholic Women. "The Role of Leaders" (Washington, DC). undated.
b10f15
"I'm Keeping Company Now! Fulgence Meyer, O.F. M." (NY: Paulist Press). 1943.
b10f15
"Pope St. Pius X, By Rev. Lawrence Lovasik, Divine Word Missionary" (Techny, IL: Divine Word Missionary Publications). 1954.
b10f15
"Mystici Corporis: Encyclical Letter of Pope Pius XII on The Mystical Body of Christ, Vatican Translation as Printed by Tipografia Poliglotta Vaticana with Discussion Club Outline" (Washington, DC: National Catholic Welfare Conference. 1943.
b10f15
"No Freedom from Pain and Trouble, Rev. Winfrid Herbst, S.D.S." (Collegeville, MN: St. John's Abbey Press). undated.
b10f15
"This We Believe Series of Discussion Club Texts, Series 2, The Holy Spirit and His Work, By Rev. Leo J. Trese, Confraternity of Christian Doctrine N.C.W.C." (Paterson, NJ: Confraternity Publications). undated.
b10f15
"The Pope Speaks on Rural Life, National Catholic Rural Life Conference, Pope Pius XII" (Des Moines, IO: National Catholic Rural Life Conference). Nov 15 1946.
 
Miscellaneous.
b10f16
"Catholic Charities -- 1974 Support Pledge". Card.
b10f16
"Catholic Charities' Maternity Program". Broadsheet.
b10f16
"The Resurrection of the Body. F. Matthias Alexander". TM.
b10f16
"We Need Your Help!". Broadsheet.
Scope Note: Re: abortion.
b10f16
Rev. J. Bryan Hehir to Justice and Peace Contacts. May 2, 1974. Memo.
b10f16
"Message of His Holiness Pope Paul VI for Mission". Sunday October 20, 1974. Pamphlet.
b10f16
"In November 1973 the National Conference of Catholic Bishops gave official approbation to The Sacramentary ...". Broadsheet.
b10f16
"Director of Apostolic Programs". Broadsheet.
b10f16
"'...Here on Earth, God's Work Must Be Done By Men.' Catholic Charities, Inc. The Catholic Social Service Agency of Mississippi". Pamphlet.
b10f16
"Workshops on Ministries to Aging Planned". Press release.
 
Miscellaneous.
b10f17
"Portrait by Frances O'Brien". Card.
b10f17
"Catholic Information Center, The Paulist Fathers" (Mobile, AL). Business card.
b10f17
"Rev. C.L. Coon, Sr." (Vidalia, LA). Business card.
b10f17
Rev. William J. Morrissey, SS.J. Card.
b10f17
Father William Hornung. Card.
b10f17
William Hornung Omi. Card. Annotation to Mrs. Baroni.
b10f17
"Beauty Hints/Two Practicle books on the Psalms". Card.
b10f17
Endorsements for John Kugler's A Commentary on the New Little Office. Card.
b10f17
"The Literary Pageant By Paul H. Hallett". Card.
b10f17
"One Nation Under God 1776-1976" (Franciscan Mission Association). Sticker.
b10f17
"Book Mark. The New Eucharistic Fast with Short Prayers Before and After Holy Communion" (NY: Paulist Press). 1957. Pamphlet.
b10f17
"Why not make a Private Retreat?". Pamphlet.
b10f17
"Legion of Mary, Opening Prayers". Pamphlet.
b10f17
"Mississippi Bulletin Daily Supplement". Week of April 4, 1966.
b10f17
"Eugenius Raphael Faggiano". 1954. Certificate.
b10f17
Four pieces of paper with typed quotes.

Organizations/Establishments.
 
Adams County Democratic Party.
b11f1
Autograph Manusript containing list of executive officers and board members. undated.
b11f1
Notes on Carter-Mondale campaign.
 
Natchez Area Development Corporation.
b11f2
Press release for Miss-Lou Observer. undated.
b11f2
Press release for Clarion Ledger. undated.
 
Natchez Board of Aldermen Meetings.
b11f3
September 28, 1976.
b11f3
September 30, 1976.
b11f3
October 12, 1976.
b11f3
October 26, 1976.
b11f4
Adams County Proposed Budget. 1976-77.
b11f5
African-American Institute.
Scope Note: Various memorandum on the visit of Mr. Tumba Tunkadi of Zaire.
b11f6
American Friends Service Committee, Southern Negro Student Project. September 10, 1963 minutes.
 
Medgar Evers Fund.
b11f7
"Title XX Proposal -- Day Care Center". 2 copies. TM.
 
Medgar Evers Comprehensive Health Center.
b11f8
"Personnel Meeting on Resource Access Program for Screening for Jobs". August 23, 1976. TM.
b11f8
Mattie R. Hunt, Recording Secretary, to "All Board Members". September 27, 1973. Memo.
 
-- Fry Day School for Retarded Children.
b11f9
"The Organizational meeting of the Fry Day School...". December 23, 1974. TM. 3 copies.
b11f9
John A. Nichols of Anderson, Banks, Nichols & Stewart to Mrs. Marjorie Baroni. January 6, 1975. TLS.
Scope Note: Attached receipt.
b11f9
Charter of Incorporation for Fry Day School.
b11f9
Dr. F. William Happ of Laradon Hall to Linda S. Shields of the Fry Day School. February 27, 1975. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Attached sheets on teaching the mentally retarded.
b11f9
Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. Robert Loflin of Mississippi Power & Light Company.
b11f9
"The Charter of Incorporation of The Fry Day School for Retarded Children, Inc.". Carbon.
b11f9
"Lease Agreement". TM and AM.
b11f9
"Consequtively these instances occurred.". TM and AM.
b11f9
Marjorie R. Baroni to City Engineering Department, Natchez, MS. March 24, 1975. ALS.
b11f9
Miscellaneous sheets.
 
Child Development Center at Holy Family Parish.
b11f10
"The proposed Child Development Center at Holy Family Parish in Natchez...". undated. TM.
 
Creative Recreation School, Inc.
b11f11
"Report of Organization". Forms. 2 copies.
b11f11
Creative Recreation School, Inc. to Mr. Mort Baill, U.S. Department of Commerce. May 17, 1975. TL.
Scope Note: Attached: Typed proposal.
b11f11
Charter of Incorporation for Creative Recreation School, Inc.
 
Head Start.
b11f12
"AJFC Project Head Start (Community Resource Booklet)". 1984-1985. TM.
b11f12
"Introduction. Social Services Handbook...". TM.
b11f12
"AJFC-Head Start Social Services Staff". TM.
b11f12
"These entries for Social Services for Head Start parents...". TM.
b11f12
"New: Conduct & Administration". TM.
b11f12
Handwritten notes.
 
Star, Inc.
b11f13
Reverend Lawrence Watts, Program Coordinator, to "Dear ----". TL.
b11f13
"Project STAR.". TM.
b11f13
"Special Orientation on Hiring of Center Personnel". TM.
b11f13
"We would assure that while all centers in STAR share a basic difficulty...". Carbon TM.
b11f13
"STAR, Inc. Job Descriptions and Qualifications for Center Personnel". TM.
b11f13
Marge Baroni's application for employment with STAR, Inc.
 
Adam-Jefferson Improvement Corporation / Minutes.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Meeting. January 12, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Nominating Committee. January 27, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Emergency Committee Meeting. February 2, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Nutrition Meeting. February 5, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Meeting. February 9, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Meeting. March 22, 1976. 2 copies.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Task Force (Executive) Committee Meeting. April 1, 1976. 2 copies.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Transportation Committee Meeting. April 9, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Meeting. April 12, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Meeting. May 10, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Planning Committee Meeting. May 13, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Personnel Committee Meeting. May 19, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Transportation Committee Meeting. May 27, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Meeting. June 21, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Transportation Committee Meeting. June 29, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Agenda for Special Meeting. July 28, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board Special Meeting. July 28, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Special Meeting. July 28, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Special Committee Report. August 2, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Personnel Committee Minutes for. August 23, 1976. 3 copies -- 1 with annotations on reverse side.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Tentative Agenda for. September 13, 1976.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Executive Session on. December 13, 1976. 2 copies.
b11f14
AJIC Board of Directors Personnel Committee Meeting on. December 16, 1976.
 
Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation / Budgets.
b11f15
July 1976.
b11f15
August 1976.
b11f15
Budget Breakout of Federal Funds. 1976-77.
 
Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation / Reports.
b11f16
"This application for a Federal grant is made with a two-fold purpose". TM.
b11f16
"Outline of Adams-Jefferson Projects". TM.
b11f16
"Transportation Report". TM.
 
Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation / Correspondence.
b11f17
William "Sonny" Walker to CAA Board of Directors, Region IV. June 8, 1976. Copy TLS.
b11f17
Lamar A. Braxton to AJIC Board of Directors. June 18, 1976. Memo.
b11f17
William J. Morrissey to Dr. Pamela Coughlin, Head Start Bureau. August 26, 1976. TL.
b11f17
Lamar A. Braxton to MS. Leminda Johnson, Director AJIC Resource Access Project. September 14, 1976. Envelope. TLS.
b11f17
William Morrissey. AL.
 
Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation / Personnel.
b11f18
"Roll Call". July 14th, 1966. TM.
b11f18
"Meeting July 21st, Roll, Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation". TM.
b11f18
"Roll Call". August 18th, 1966. TM.
b11f18
"CAP Form 3". TM.
b11f18
"Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation, Board of Directors". March, 1975. TM.
b11f18
Resume: Gloria J. Williams.
b11f18
Resume: Ardella C. Rushing.
b11f18
Resume: Juliann Rankin.
b11f18
Resume: Leminda Johnson.
b11f18
"Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation Amendments to Personnel Policies and Procedures". TM.
b11f18
"Salaries and Percentage of Increase". TM.
b11f18
Flow chart. extremely faded.
b11f18
Legal pad with membership.
 
Miscellaneous.
b11f19
"Alarms Answered by Natchez Fire Department". 1975, November. TM.
b11f19
"Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Certification of DHEW Model Cities Relatedness". Form.
b11f19
"Community Action Memo". August 26, 1966.
b11f19
"Community Action Memo". March 28, 1967.
b11f19
"On Conducting a Meeting". TM.
b11f19
"Case Study: Affirmative Action Planning". TM.
b11f19
"Work Shop: Personnel Policies and Practices". TM.
b11f19
"The Role of the Grantee Equal Employment Opportunity Counselor". TM.
b11f19
"Holiday Inn North, Jackson, Mississippi, Training Agenda". TM.
b11f19
"Human Rights Training, Practice Case Study #1". TM.
b11f19
"Grantee Refunding Certification". Form.
b11f19
"Short Meeting...". AM.

Baroni Family.
 
Baroni Children (Except Neil).
b12f1
Philip Baroni. "As a newcomer to the Castle Square community...". AM.
b12f1
Mark D. Baroni's resume. TM.
b12f1
Engraved wedding invitation for Mary Jane Baroni. 1969.
b12f1
"The engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Jane, is announced...". TM.
b12f1
Millsaps College Commencement [Rose Ann Baroni]. 1974. Program.
b12f1
University of Southern Mississippi Awards Day [John P. Baroni in Phi Kappa Phi]. April 28, 1983. Program.
b12f1
University of Southern Mississippi Commencement [John P. Baroni]. Summer 1983. Program.
 
Newspaper Clippings.
b12f2
Susan Willey. "Baroni: faith key to success" Natchez Democrat [David Baroni]. December 29, 1981. p. 1.
b12f2
"Ah...ha...ha...ha!" [David Baroni]. Photo.
b12f2
"Many talents" Natchez Democrat [David Baroni]. January 11, 1976. Photo. p. 2C.
b12f2
"The engagement of Miss Mary Jane Baroni..." Natchez Democrat. June 1, 1969. Photo. p. 1C.
 
Neil Baroni.
b12f3
Baby record album.
b12f3
Business cards.
b12f3
James S. Gordon, M.D., National Institute of Mental Health. "I am writing to you concerning Mr. Louis Neil Baroni, a 32 year old man...". TM.
b12f3
Neil Baroni resume. TM.
 
Typed Manuscripts by Neil Baroni.
b12f4
"The Mockingbird Never Sings in August". TM.
b12f4
"Sitting Still: A Perspective". TM.
b12f4
"The Tragedy of a Wreck". TM.
b12f4
"Testimony". TM.
b12f4
"I thirst". TM.
b12f4
"Being a man having been raised in the Christian tradition...". TM.
 
Handwritten Manuscripts By Neil Baroni.
b12f5
"A Plea for Participation". AM.
b12f5
"One thing is typical of our times...". AM.
b12f5
"In one of the recent issues of the Common Bond...". AM.
b12f5
"Last February, we rented a small store on Commerce St....". AM.
b12f5
"The garbage pick up in this city is atrocious...". AM.
b12f5
"Being a man having been raised in the Christian tradition...". AM.
b12f5
"At a time of America's creeping isolationist philosophy...". AM. located inside yellow spiral notebook, place marked with plastic paperclip.
b12f6
Miscellaneous Manuscripts.
b12f7
Album Created by "Julia" For Baronis "In Memory of Marge". March 1986.

Miscellaneous Printed Material.
 
Fine Arts Material.
b13f1
"The First U.S.A. International Ballet Competition" (Jackson, MS). 1979. Program. 2 copies.
b13f1
Public Relations for the musical comedy "Purlie".
b13f1
"The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institute".
b13f1
Playbill. "Inherit the Wind" (National Theatre). 1955.
b13f1
"The Community Concert Association Presents Joerg Demus, Pianist" (NY: 1959). Program.
b13f1
"Godspell, Presented by Jefferson Street United Methodist Church, Senior High UMYF, Natchez, Mississippi". Program.
b13f1
Book-of-the-Month Club Fine Art Prints. 9 pieces.
 
Material from "Charismatic Prayer Group" Folder.
b13f2
"Fourth Sunday of Advent -- A". December 22, 1974. TM. original and two copies.
b13f3
Speech by Raymond P. Gibbs on January 13, 1976 before the Concerned Citizens of Tennessee.
 
Material on 1969 Natchez School Board Controversy.
b13f4
"A Petition for Redress of Grievance to the Board of Supervisors of Adams County" [with annotations]. TM.
b13f4
"Statement". TM.
b13f4
Natchez Democrat, "Effective March 1 -- S.J. Greer Resignes School Board, Moore Is Appointed". February 27, 1969. Copy of clipping.
b13f5
"Musicians' Strike" (New Orleans, LA). undated. TM.
b13f6
Constitution of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People. 1974. 2 copies.
 
Segregationist Material.
b13f7
"In the Interest of Justice" (Natchez, MS: Mississippi Association for Constitutional Government. undated. TM.
b13f7
"Which Side???" (Natchez, MS: Mississippi Association for Constitutional Government). undated. TM. 2 copies.
b13f7
"The Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Monday Morning, July 20, 1964, Extremists Gains, Citizens' Fault, Mayor Believes" (Natchez, MS: Mississippi Association for Constitutional Government). 1964. TM. 2 copies.
b13f7
"To S.C. Craft, 'Law and Order Will Be Maintained'" (Natchez, MS: Mississippi Association for Constitutional Government). undated. TM.
b13f7
"The Fiery Cross" (Original Ku Klux Klan, La Realm). undated. TM.
b13f7
List of Natchez individuals suspected of belonging to Klan. TM. 10pp..
b13f7
"A Corrupt Tree Bringeth Forth Evil Fruit: A Plea for Racial Segregation Based on Scripture, History, and World Conditions" (Hattiesburg, MS: D.B. Red). undated.
 
Civil Rights Material.
b13f8
"From the Simpson County News for June 10, 1909 'Pathos in Race Antipathies'". undated. TM.
b13f8
"Resolution" Re: Civil Rights Violence in Natchez. undated. TM.
b13f8
"Lest we forget....The Natchez Chapter of the NAACP Present in Recognition of Mr. George Metcalfe...". undated. TM.
b13f8
"Council of Federated Organizations: Mississippi Freedom Summer". Envelope.
Scope Note: Attached: TM "Prospectus for the Mississippi Freedom Summer."
b13f8
"I am reproducing a copy of a letter I have received...". 1963. Copy TM. 4 copies.
Scope Note: Re: Medger Evers Memorial Fund."
b13f8
WLBT 3 Editorial. October 17, 1973.
Scope Note: Re: Election of Maynard Jackson as Mayor of Atlanta.
b13f8
"Decade of Progress -- Plus One, June, 1962 -- June, 1974". TM.
b13f8
"The concerned citizens of Neshoba County will sponsor the 12th Annual Memorial Services in memory of Michael Schewrner, James Chaney, and Andrew Goodman". 1976. TM.
b13f9
"Join a National March for Dignity and Justice, Laurel, Miss., Saturday, May 17". Broadsheet.
Scope Note: Re: strike at Sanderson Farms.
 
Emergency Land Fund Publications.
b13f10
"Descent & Distribution: A Primer for Landowners" (Jackson, MS: Visions Inc.). undated.
b13f10
"Adverse Possession: A Primer for Landowners" (Jackson, MS: Visions, Inc.). undated.
b13f10
"Tax Sales: A Primer for Landowners" (Jackson, MS: Visions, Inc.). undated.
b13f10
"Have You Made Your Will?: A Primer for Landowners" (Jackson, MS: Visions, Inc.). undated.
b13f10
"Condemnation & Eminent Domain: A Primer for Landowners" (Jackson, MS: Visions, Inc.). undated.
b13f10
"Understanding Mineral Rights: A Primer for Landowners" (Jackson, MS: Visions, Inc.). undated.
b13f10
"An Institutional Mechanism to Impact the Trend of Land Loss: The Emergency Land Fund" (NY: Black Economic Research Center). undated.
 
John F. Kennedy's Death Material.
b13f11
"Eulogy by Senator Mike Mansfield at the Bier of President John Fitzgerald Kennedy". 1963. Copy TM. 4 copies.
b13f11
"Special Memorial Section" Surprise. December 1963.
b13f11
"In Memoriam" (League of Women Voters. 1963. Broadsheet.
 
Politicians.
b13f12
WLBT 3 Editorial. September 9, 1974.
Scope Note: Re: Nixon Pardon.
b13f12
"Jimmy Carter & Walter Mondale: Leaders for a Change" (1976 Democratic Presidential Campaign Committee, Inc. 10 copies.
b13f12
Mailing by Congressman Jon Hinson.
b13f12
Ayres Haxton for Public Service Commissioner. Campaign card.
b13f12
"There's Another Kind of Federal Energy Crisis. It's in the Congress. Lanny Davis Can Help Solve It". c. 1974.
 
B.B. King.
b13f13
News Release. September 17, 1973. Attached: B.B. King itinerary.
Scope Note: Re: Tougaloo Confers Doctorate on B.B. King.
b13f13
Founder's Day Convocation Tougaloo College. September 1973. Program.
 
Mental Health Material.
b13f14
"Sanctuary House" (Santa Barbare, CA).
b13f14
JBG Bulletin: Newsletter of the Jewish Board of Guardians. Spring 1975.
b13f14
"An Act to Provide Procedural Safeguards in the involuntary Civil Commitment of Mental Patients to Facilities of the State Board of Mental Health for Care and Treatment, and to Repeal Sections 41-21-1, et seq., Mississippi Code of 1972; and for related purposes". TM.
 
Physical Health Material.
b13f15
"Washington Homeopathic Pharmacy Incorporated Price List". 1975.
b13f15
"Progress against Cancer of the Colon and Rectum" (U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare). undated.
b13f15
James W. Anderson, M.D., Beverly Sieling, R.D., Wen-Ju Lin Chen, Ph.D. User's Guide to HCF Diets (Lexington, KY: HCF Diabetes Foundation). 1980.
b13f15
"Our Daily Bread" (Milwaukee, WI: Lee Foundation for Nutritional Research). undated.
 
Montessori Material.
b13f16
"American Montessori Society, The Montessori Method". Broadsheet.
b13f16
"Lok-Letters ... Un-Lock the Treasures Stored in the Child's Mind ....by Lena L. Gitter". 1968.
b13f16
Children's House Children's World. 1985.
b13f16
Children's House Children's World. Winter 1986.
b13f16
Public relations material for The Montessori Approach to Discipline by Lena L. Gitter.
b13f16
Michael Greene. "Montessori way comes to Kansas City" The Catholic Reporter (February 2, 1962): II 1.
b13f16
Business cards for Lena L. Gitter (Elementary-Kindergarten-Nursery Educators). 5 cards.
 
Miscellanseous.
b13f17
The Herald of Christian Science (Greek Edition). 1976.
b13f17
"The Mississippi Governor's Mansion". Pamphlet.
b13f17
"Host International Los Angeles International Airport". Pamphlet. Envelope.
b13f17
James S. Gordon, M.D. "Testimony on Foster Care for Young People before the House Select Committee on Education". TM.
b13f17
Material on Feases' Shady Rest Lodge in Rhinelander, WI. 1969.
b13f17
Christopher News Notes "Young People Making a Difference". March 1980. Pamphlet.
b13f17
Eugene Michaels "Coping with a Mad World". TM.
b13f17
Card with quote by Eugene Debs.
b13f17
"How to Be Your Own Detective by Bob Doyle". 1978. inscribed to Baronis inside cover.
b13f17
Bell Notes Mississippi. September 1976.
b13f17
Reprint of "The Declaration of Independence" (The Great Books Foundation).
b13f18
Photographs.
General Note: Photographs Removed to Collections Photographs Location: J Cpb24f9 & Cpb24f10.

Newsletters/Journals/Government Publications.
b14f1
Southern Newsletter. October 1958.
b14f2
SDS Report (Students for a Democratic Society). November 29, 1961.
 
The Center Light: The smallest newspaper in the world with the biggest heart for people (Mississippi).
b14f3
February 18, 1961.
b14f3
March 25, [1961].
b14f3
April 8, [1961].
b14f3
April 15, [1961].
b14f3
April 29, [1961].
 
Southern Newsletter: Christian Family Movement.
b14f4
June 1961.
b14f4
Annual Report. 1961.
b14f4
March 1964.
b14f5
Highlander Reports (Highlander Research and Education Center). September 1973.
b14f6
Vital Christianity. April 14, 1974.
b14f7
The Black Scholar. July/August 1974.
b14f8
Committee for a Constitutional Presidency. September 1974.
b14f9
Microcosm: Special Arts Festival Edition (Copiah-Lincoln Junior College). Spring 1975.
b14f10
Delta Scene. Fall 1976.
b14f11
Southern Booklore. Christmas 1976.
b14f12
ELF Newsletter (Emergency Land Fund -- Mississippi). November 1976.
 
The Council Newsletter (Mississippi Council on Human Relations).
b14f13
February 1973.
b14f13
June 1976.
b14f13
November 1978.
b14f14
Mississippi Council on Children. October 1977.
 
NAL-M News Bulletin (National Association of Landowners/Mississippi Chapter and the Emergency Land Fund).
b14f15
September 1978.
b14f15
August 1979.
b14f15
November 1979.
b14f15
January 1980.
b14f15
February 1980.
 
The Link (Americans for Middle East Understanding).
b14f16
November/December 1979.
b14f16
April/May 1980.
b14f17
Southern Exposure. July/August 1985.
 
John F. Kennedy's Inaugural Address.
b14f18
"Excerpts from President Kennedy's Inaugural Address, Delivered in Washington on January 20, 1961". Envelope.
 
Civil Rights.
b14f19
"Public Law 88-352, 88th Congress, H.R. 7152, July 2, 1964" (Civil Rights Act of 1964).
b14f19
United States Commission on Civil Rights. "Catalog of Publications 1964".
b14f19
General Services Administration Routing Slip.
 
State and Local Assistance.
b14f20
"Public Law 92-512 -- October 20, 1972" (Fiscal Assitance to State and Local Governments)". Copy.
b14f20
"Public Law 94-488 — October 13, 1976" (amend the State and Local Fiscal Assistance Act of 1972).
b14f20
"Office of Revenue Sharing Program Pay Summary" (Mississippi; 1976). Copy. Envelope.
 
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
b14f21
"Guildlines on Discrimination Because of Sex". 1972.
b14f21
"Requirements of Title VII for Common Violations". 1973.
b14f21
"Answers to Questions Most Frequently Asked about Title VII in the Atlanta Region". undated.
b14f21
OEO Memorandum. August 13, 1974. Copy.
Scope Note: Re: OEO Region IV Grantee's Equal Opportunity Policy and Affirmative Action Plan and Program.
b14f21
OEO Instruction. February 1, 1973. Copy.
Scope Note: Re: Resolving Complaints of Discrimination in Employment Program Participation and Benefits Against OEO Grantees.
b14f21
OEO Instruction. December 29, 1971. Copy.
Scope Note: Re: General Conditions Governing OEO Grants.
b14f21
OEO Memorandum. September 18, 1974. Copy.
Scope Note: Re: Suggested Procedures for Development of an Equal Opportunity Policy and an Affirmative Action Plan and Program for Grantees and Delegate Agencies.
b14f21
"Nondiscrimination in Federally Assisted Programs of the Office of Economic Opportunity Effectuation of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964". July 5, 1973. Copy, excerpt.
b14f21
Copies of various acts.
 
Employment and Training Acts.
b14f22
"Public Law 93-203, 93rd Congress, S. 1559, December 28, 1973" (Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973).
b14f22
House of Representatives. Report No. 93-659. "Comprehensive Manpower Act of 1973".
b14f22
House of Representatives. Report No. 93-737. "Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973".
b14f22
"Public Law 93-572, 93rd Congress, H.R. 17597, December 31, 1974" (Emergency Unemployment Compensation Act of 1974).
b14f22
"U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Education and Labor, 94th Congress, 1st Session".
b14f22
U.S. Department of Labor. "A New Approach to Manpower: An Introduction to the Comprehensive Employment and Training Act of 1973 for Prime Sponsors".
 
Copyright Office.
b14f23
"Announcement from the Copyright Office...Copyright Office Fees Effective January 1, 1978".
b14f23
"Announcement from the Copyright Office...New Classification System for Copyright Registrations Effective January 1, 1978".
b14f23
"Announcement from the Copyright Office...Changes in Registration Procedures Effective January 1, 1978". Envelope.
 
Mental Health.
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U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. "Careers in Mental Health". 1976.
Scope Note: Also: TM "Publications of the National Institute of Mental Health." Envelope.
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White House Press Release. March 29, 1977.
Scope Note: Re: announcement of appointments to President's Commission on Mental Health.
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White House Press Release. February 17, 1977.
Scope Note: Re: President's Commission on Mental Health.
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White House Press Release. February 17, 1977. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: Remarks of the President and Mrs. Carter and Question and Answer Session upon Announcing the President's Commission on Mental Health.
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U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. "Basic facts about Medicare". 1978.
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National Institute of Mental Health. "Caring for Youth: Essays on Alternative Services". 1978.
 
Sex Discrimination.
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U.S. Department of Labor. "Brief Highlights of Major Federal Laws and Order on Sex Discrimination". June 1974.
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Senate. Report No. 94-589. "Equal Credit Opportunity Act Amendments of 1976".
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House. Report No. 94-873. "Equal Credit Opportunity Act".
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"Public Law 94-239, 94th Congress, H.R. 6516, March 23, 1976" (Equal Credit Opportunity Act Amendments of 1976".
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"Public Law 93-495, 93rd Congress, H.R. 11221, October 28, 1974" (Amendments to and Extensions of Provisions of Law Relating to Federal Regulation of Depository Institutions).
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Congressional Research Service Issue Brief. "Credit: Availability to Women". 1976. Envelope.
 
HUD.
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U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. "Settlement Costs". May 1975.
 
Government Publications Pertaining to Mississippi.
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Senator Stennis. "Report to the People of Mississippi for 1974" Congressional Record. December 20, 1974.
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"Mississippi Economic Growth Programs: Hearing before the Subcommittee on Economic Growth of the Joint Economic Committee". January 7, 1979. Envelope.
 
Mississippi Government Documents.
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"Mississippi State Board of Health, Regulation Governing Licensure of Child Care Facilities". 1972. 3 copies.
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"Bulletin for Notaries Public State of Mississippi, Issued by Heber Ladner, Secretary of State". 1974.

Clippings.
 
Dorothy Day/Catholic Worker Movement.
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"Catholic Woman Editor Addresses Church Group" Baton Rouge Morning Advocate. February 6, 1961. p. 8A.
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Stanley Cook. "A Catholic Movement Described" New Orleans Times Picayune. January 26, 1964.
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Rev. John P. Foley. "Catholic Workers: The 'why' is mercy" The National Catholic Reporter. November 24, 1965. p. 2.
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"Dorothy's Way" Newsweek. December 27, 1976. p. 61.
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Coleman McCarthy. "Heart failure kills Dorothy Day, 83, Catholic 'radical'" Jackson Clarion Ledger. December 1, 1980. p. 6A.
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J.M. Cameron. "Dorothy Day (1897-1980)" New York Review. January 22, 1981.
 
Catholic Topics.
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George W. Cornell. "Church Women Take Active Role in Civic Leadership" New Orleans Times Picayune (November 7, 1955): 36.
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"God's Grumpy Man" Time. December 29, 1958.
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"Catholic Dean Found Dead" and "Plans Appeal in Nuns' Case" Baton Rouge Morning Advocate. February 6, 1961. p. 7A. 2 copies.
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"The layman as priest and prophet" and "The clergy as morale officers" The National Catholic Reporter. November 24, 1965. p. 3.
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Bishop Brunini. "We Can All Pray, Work for Peace" Mississippi Today. May 6, 1983. p. 7.
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Beatrice Njemanze. "Christians Urged To Be Peacemakers" Mississippi Today. May 3, 1985. p. 3.
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Mississippi Today. May 31, 1985. p. 15.
 
Natchez Parish (Some Possibly Written by Marge Baroni).
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"Priest Discusses Doctrine of Hell".
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"Solemn Ceremony Will Close Mission Tonight".
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"Missioner Stresses Means of Grace".
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"Cathedral Parish Library Opens Today; General Public Invited".
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"Mission Priest Stresses The Importance of Prayer".
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"Mission Priest Gives Instruction on Rosary".
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"Mission Continues Attracting Crowds".
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"Catholic Library And Information Center Set Here Sunday Morning".
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"Increased Crowds Heard Father Callahan Preach".
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"Sermon On 'Folly Of Sin' Given by Mission Priest".
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"Mission Priest Gives 'Looking Ahead' Sermon".
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"Parish Library".
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"Patron of Catholic Press, St. Francis de Sales Called Saint for Everyone".
b15f3
"Cathedral Mission Priest Outlines Doctrine of Hell".
b15f3
"Large Crowd Went To Mission Close".
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"Publisher Is Author Of 'Theology & Sanity' A Must For Laymen".
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"Aquinas, Augustine, Adam & Moderns Like Sheen, Oursler, Merton At CPL".
b15f3
"'Leafing Through': Friesberger's 'Fisher of Men'".
b15f3
"'Leafing Through': Life Story of Nathaniel Hawthorne's Daughter Chronicles Inspiring Work".
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"Great Englishman Subject of Book To Be Reviewed At Parish Library".
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"Bishop Gerow to Arrive Here Today on Special Train" Natchez Democrat. November 12, 1924. p. 1.
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"Cathedral Parish Library Opens Today; General Public Invited" Natchez Democrat. August 14, 1955. p. 1.
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"Participating in the opening of the new Cathedral Parish Library...". Photo.
 
Civil Rights.
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AP. "Private Schools At LR Will Open Soon: Decision of US Court Is Delayed" Natchez Democrat. October 7, 1958. p. 1.
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"Tougaloo Meet Slated: Bi-Racial Council Seeks End of State Segregation" Jackson Daily News. May 2, 1962. p. 13.
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W.C. Shoemaker. "Negroes Relate Beating Tales" Jackson Daily News. February 18, 1965. p. 1.
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James Saggus. "Governor in Earnest: State Making Real Effort To Show Things Are Changing" Jackson Daily News. March 2, 1965.
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William B. Street. "Frank Smith Proposes New Look From Dixie" Memphis Commercial Appeal. September 12, 1965.
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Bill Crider. "Anti-Boycott Plan Stalled" New Orleans Times Picayune. November 6, 1965. p. 1.
Scope Note: Re: Natchez.
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Tom Etheridge. "Government Can't Run Church, So Church Shouldn't Run Government" Jackson Clarion Ledger. November 10, 1965. p. 10.
Scope Note: Re: STAR.
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Tom Etheridge. "Den Mother For Black-White Clubs?" Jackson Clarion Ledger. August 26, 1966.
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"White-Adopted Blacks Studied: Parents Often Blind to Racism in School" New Orleans Times Picayune. April 7, 1974. p. 33.
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"Mob again gathers around 'N.O. Four,' this time in praise" New Orleans Times Picayune. April 19, 1983. p. 13.
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Michael Culbreth. "Sister Ebo recalls days of Selma march".
b15f4
"The Price of Brotherhood". letters to the editor.
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"If They Want To: Youth Senate Votes To Allow Teams Meet Integrated Foes".
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"Williams Says: Negro Exodus Wins Sympathy For South".
b15f4
Phil Mullen. "Legislators, Not J.P., Get Credit -- Brady" and Berry Reece. "'Drastic Measures' Needed -- Williams" Jackson Daily News.
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"In Louisiana, Urges Rejection of Federal Aid".
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James Featherston. "Widow Tells of Repair Gyp" Jackson Daily News.
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"Adam Flays Demo Council For Civil Rights Statement" Jackson Clarion Ledger.
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W.F. Minor. "Eyes on Mississippi: Voices of Moderation Are Heard in McComb" New Orleans Times Picayune.
 
Medgar Evers/Charles Evers.
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James T. Wooten. "Negroes Win Victories in Mississippi" New York Times. May 15, 1969. p. C37.
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Gregory Favre. "'I Can't Be Free Until All People Are'" Palm Beach Post-Times. October 17, 1971. 2 copies.
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Charles Evers. "'It Boils Down to the Fact that I Can Respect Him': Charles Evers: Why I Support George Wallace" Los Angeles Times. May 15, 1974.
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Martin Zimmerman. "The Ideal" Jackson Clarion Ledger. June 5, 1983. p. 1.
b15f5
Raad Cawthon. "Politics calls Mississippi civil rights leader back: Former mayor of Fayette has hat in ring again" Atlanta Journal. April 28, 1985. p. 37A.
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Gregory Favre. "Evers' Campaign -- Opening Closed Minds?".
 
Leontyne Price.
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Deborah Skipper. "Magazine spotlights native Mississippians" Jackson Clarion Ledger. October 24, 1983. p. 1C.
b15f6
Stephen E. Rubin. "'I'm Not Scared Any More'" New York Times.
 
Blacks.
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"PAR Spotlights the Negro in La." New Orleans States-Item. March 11, 1967. p. 5.
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Stanley Eichelbaum. "How Huckleberry Finn's 'Nigger Jim' Has Changed" San Francisco Sunday Examiner & Chronicle. August 19, 1973. p. 12.
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Bill Lynch. "Few Politicians Attend Conference on Negroes" New Orleans States-Item.
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"Aunt Nancy Juicespice true heroine.".
 
Adams-Jefferson Improvement Corporation.
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"AJIC gets minibuses" Natchez Democrat. December 15, 1976. p. 11A.
 
United Farm Workers Strike.
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Harry Bernstein. "Duel in the Sun Union Busting, Teamster Style" The Progressive. July 1973. pp. 17-20.
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AP. "'No Authority': Teamster's Chief Repudiates Pact" San Jose News. August 11, 1973.
b15f9
Harry Jupiter. "Farm Labor Talks Explode in Anger" San Francisco Chronicle. August 11, 1973. p. 5.
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"Teamsters Act to Renew Farm Talks" San Francisco Chronicle. August 15, 1973. p. 3.
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"Farm Struggle: Murder Charge in Shooting of Picket" San Francisco Chronicle. August 21, 1973.
 
Nuclear Disarmament/Waste.
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Walter Lippmann. "'There Are No Neutral Men': Soviet Premier Discusses Disarmament Views" New Orleans Times Picayune. April 17, 1961.
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Dr. George Wald. "A generation in search of a future" Boston Globe. March 8, 1969. p. 27.
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Mark Schleifstein. "Mississippians add voices to nuke protest" Jackson Clarion Ledger. September 25, 1979. p. 1A.
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"Studies delayed on state nuclear waste sites" Jackson Clarion Ledger. November 10, 1978. Copy. p. 3A.
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"Letter to editor: Argues for gradual movement away from use of nuclear power" Hattiesburg American. April 26, 1979. Copy.
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Laurence Hilliard. "Attention candidates: MAD wants nuke-waste disposal made one of campaign issues" Hattiesburg American. April 17, 1979. Copy.
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"Checking out the Tatum salt dome" Hattiesburg American. March 28, 1979.
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"Letter to editor: Argues for gradual move away from use of nuclear".
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Copy. David W. Kubissa. "Radioactive toads found at test site" Jackson Clarion Ledger. March 22, 1979. p. 3A.
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David W. Kubissa. "Scientists to perform more tests at Tatum Dome" Jackson Clarion Ledger.
 
Foreign Affairs.
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Robert C. Ruark. "Moralizing Is Getting Us Nowhere In Cuba".
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Walter Lippmann. "'One Germany Impossible': Soviet Premier Fears West German Agitation".
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Colman McCarthy. "Winning Peace in a Guatemalan Valley: Water of Guns?" Washington Post.
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"The Internationalization of Torture" Los Angeles Times.
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Hubert J. Erb. "E. Germans Announce Ban on Berlin Travel" New Orleans Times Picayune. 1969.
 
Montessori.
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M'Liz Beardsley. "This Is the School The Giulianis Built" Washington Post. September 19, 1965. p. F3.
 
Music/Art.
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"Art" Time (March 24, 1961).
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Paul Lentz. "Black Magic" Dixie. December 5, 1976. pp. 42-43.
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"Music Lecture Scheduled" New Orleans Times Picayune. March 11, 1979.
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"University for Jazz: Beat Bounces at Berklee in Boston".
 
Literature.
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Marcia Kramer. "Psychologist Says Poetry Unlocks Hidden Feelings" New Orleans Times Picayune. July 1, 1979. p. 8.
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Joseph P. Kahn. "Once A Week, But Never Weakly" Quest. July/August 1979. p. 9.
Scope Note: Re: Bill Minor.
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Ellie Grossman. "Special sharing through storytelling" Natchez Democrat. January 3, 1980. p. 3A.
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Charles Johnson. "Whole Sight: Notes on New Black Fiction" AWP Newsletter. February 1985. p. 1.
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"A History of Southern Literature".
 
Articles by Marge Baroni.
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"Shall We Go Essaying? With Books, Music -- and People" Natchez Democrat. October 28, 1958.
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"Shall We Go Essaying? With Books, Music -- and People" Natchez Democrat. November 9, 1958.
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"Shall We Go Essaying? With Books, Music -- and People" Natchez Democrat. November 16, 1958.
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"Shall We Go Essaying? With Books, Music -- and People" Natchez Democrat. November 23, 1958.
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"Shall We Go Essaying? With Books, Music -- and People" Natchez Democrat. December 14, 1958.
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"Shall We Go Essaying? With Books, Music -- and People" Natchez Democrat. December 28, 1958. p. 4A.
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"The Review -- Idea of Catholicism Nothing With Christ, Son Of God, Played Down" Natchez Democrat. February 19, 1961. p. 30.
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"The Carter-Mondale 51.3% Committee:" Fayette Chronicle. September 30, 1976.
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"Arts Review: Books, Music, Drama" Fayette Chronicle. September 30, 1976.
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"Shall We Go Essaying? With Books, Music -- and People".
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"Standing Head Sunday, Shall We Go Essaying?".
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"Entertaining Novel By E.J. Edwards Has Tropical Setting".
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"Parish Library".
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"Parish Library".
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"'Leafing Through': 'Love Is My Vocation' Well-Done Biography of St. Therese of Lisieux".
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"Parish Library".
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"'Leafing Through': Book on Family Life Combines Much Practical Advice on Liturgical Life".
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"Parish Library".
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"'Leafing Through': Dorothy Day, Controversial Figure In Lay Apostolate, Book Review Subject".
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"'Leafing Through': Popular Lighter Reading Material Available In These Four CPL Books".
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"Trio of Novelettes Latest Acquisitions At Cathedral Library".
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"'Poor Mans Apologia' Tells Convincing Story Of Barres' Conversion".
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"'Leafing Through': Book of Simple Rhythms Illustrates Method of Prayer Without Ceasing".
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"'Leafing Through': Role of Supernatural Grace in Human Affairs Discussed Potently".
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"'Leafing Through': Well Written Pius X Biography Is Now Available At Cathedral Center".
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"'Mousehunter' At Cathedral Parish Library".
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"'Leafing Through': Borgia, Great in Holiness, Offests Scandalous Relatives By His Life".
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"Parish Library".
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"'Leafing Through': 'Spirit of Catholicism' Reviewed; Adams Book In Collection at CPL". 2 copies.
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"Book on Luther at CPL Comprehensive Work on Cause of Christian Disunity".
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"'Leafing Through': Little Book On Confession Refresher, and Refreshing, Course on Sacrament".
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"The Restless Flame Is Subject Of Novel On Augustine Of Hippo".
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"'Leafing Through': Poignant Essay Collection New Book At Catholic Information Center".
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"Trappistine's Biography Work of T. Merton".
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"'Leafing Through': Understanding Of Mass Is Must For Fruitful Possession Of Faith".
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"'Leafing Through': Monumental Works of Saint Thomas Lucidly Stated In 'My Way Of Life'".
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"The Review: NCCA Scores Winner With Concert Last Night; Donald Dickson Great".
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"'Leafing Through': Modern Little Man's Seek For Joy Compassionately Shown in Novel".
 
Letter to the Editor By Neil Baroni.
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"Mississippi" Catholic Worker. February 1977. p. 7.
 
Jimmy Carter.
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Walter R. Mears. "Carter says fire FBI head".
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Ray Cromley. "Rosalynn Carter, a power her own right" Natchez Democrat. September 1, 1976.
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Murphy Givens. "GOP, Demo pushes haven't reached Adams" Natchez Democrat. September 8, 1976.
 
Miscellaneous Topics.
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"Outreach Session Held in Area" RhinelanderWI. June 5, 1969.
Scope Note: Re: Marjorie Baroni as consultant at Rural Outreach Training Program.
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Tom Horgan. "Boston Is Rare City In Jet Age".
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Robert Poole, Jr. "More Justice -- For Less Money".
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"Natchez Lost Opporunity, State Prof's Book Says".
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"Quiche is popular and versatile".
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Stephen Brewer. "The Garden Path To Better Health" Family Weekly. July 7, 1985.
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"GGCC club net play ends today" Greenville Delta Democrat-Times. August 23, 1981. p. 1B.
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"Hutterites". Photo.
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"GGCC Men's Winners, Runnersup" Greenville Delta Democrat-Times. August 28, 1981. Photos. p. 10A.
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"The Five daughters of Mr. And Mrs. Ernest J. Reisinger...". Photo.
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James Haddican. "Picayunes" New Orleans Times Picayune. March 11, 1979.
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George Santayana quote.
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Miscellaneous Clippings.
Scope Note: Focus Of Interest Uncertain.

Charles Evers Material.
 
Correspondence. 1971.
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Bruce and Betsy Cushman of Ecowi, Quebec, Canada to Mr. [Charles] Evers. September 24, 1971. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: response to Evers' Playboy interview, Civil Rights Movement.
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Frank Whillis of Christchurch, New Zealand to Mr. Charles Evers. Re: response to Evers' Playboy interview, John Kennedy. ? 28, 1971. Copy ALS.
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M.J. Rogers of Jackson, MS to Charles Evers. [Written on Evers for Governor Committee letter dated October 22, 1971]. October ?, 1971. ALS. Envelope.
 
Correspondence. 1973.
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Charles Evers to "Whom It May Concern". February 1, 1973. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: asking recipient's cooperation with Ginger Roberts who is assisting Evers in writing "a book on Fayette and what's been done here in the four years of our Administration."
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Raymond P. Gibbs, Attorney at Law in Murfreesboro, TN to Mrs. Marge Baroni. July 26, 1973. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: information on Thomas Nelson Book Co.
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Charles Evers to "Trustee". August 22, 1973. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Fayette budget, death of black man in Mendenhall jail, black leadership.
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Vincent S. Baker of Baker Enterprises in New York to Charles Evers. August 23, 1973. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: visit to Fayette to film town meeting.
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Heaniny Hausmann of Aberdeen Scotland to Mr. Charles Evers. August 29, 1973. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Scotland to Mr. Charles Evers.
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Richard E. Snyder of Simon & Schuster, Inc. to Charles Evers. September 4, 1973. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: inclusion of Evers in 3rd edition of Celebrity Register.
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Robert D. Stevenson, Brigadier General. To Charles Evers. September 14, 1973. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: invitation to speak at an Ethnic Exposition sponsored by the Berlin Brigade.
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Marjorie R. Baroni to Copyright Office. September 20, 1973. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: request for forms on copyright of lyrics and musical compositions.
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Charles Evers to Brigadier General Robert D. Stevenson. September 24, 1973. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: possibility of speaking at exposition in Berlin.
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Percy E. Sutton, President Borough of Manhattan City of New York, to Charles Evers. September 25, 1973. Mailgram.
Scope Note: Re: invitation to attend reception in honor of the chief of the armed services of Nigeria. Attached: Carbon TL. September 27, 1973. Charles Evers to Mr. & Mrs. Sutton.
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Charles Evers to "Trustee". September 26, 1973. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Fayette budget, death of black man in Mendenhall jail, black leadership.
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Charles Evers to Ms. Dorothy Bush, Secretary Democratic National Committee. October 3, 1973. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: reservation for committee meeting.
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Grace G. Shaw of David McKay Company, Inc. to Charles Evers. October 23, 1973. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: publication trends of books on blacks.
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Charles Evers to Mr. David Crews at the University of the South. Re: response to letter on politics in Mississippi. October 26, 1973. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Attached: TLS. undated David Crews at the University of the South to Charles Evers [with annotations].
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Bill Cannon, editor at Thomas Nelson Inc. to Ms. Marjorie Baroni. November 19, 1973. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: visit to Fayette, book project.
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Richard Clifford of San Diego, CA to Charles Evers. December 10, 1973. ALS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: response to Evers' article in Intellectual Digest.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Richard J. Clifford of San Diego, CA. December 12, 1973. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: reply to Clifford's letter.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Bill Cannon. December 13, 1973. Carbon TL. first page missing.
 
Correspondence. 1974.
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David Crews at Oxford, MS to Charles Evers. January 6, 1974. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: thanks for response to queries on Mississippi politics.
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Charles Evers to Mr. & Mrs. Louis Baroni. December 5, 1974. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: thanks for contribution to the Evers Tax and Legal Defense Fund.
 
Correspondence. 1979.
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Charles Evers to Mrs. Polly Walker of Promotions Consolidated, Inc. in Memphis, TN. April 27, 1979. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: B.B. King's participation in the Seventh Annual Medgar Evers Mississippi Homecoming, schedule of events.
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Johnny Ford, Mayor of Tuskegee, AL to Charles Evers. June 7, 1979. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: regret for attending the Mississippi Homecoming, KKK activities in Alabama.
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"C.E." [Charles Evers] to Diners' Club International. November 19, 1979. Copy TL.
Scope Note: Re: loss of Medgar Evers Fund Diners Club card.
 
Correspondence. January-April 1980.
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Charles Evers. March 17, 1980. TLS. 5 copies.
Scope Note: Re: Medgar Evers Mississippi Homecoming.
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Richard Arrington, Jr., Mayor of Birmingham, AL to Charles Evers. April 18, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: regret for attending the Mississippi Homecoming, Medgar Evers.
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Joe Black of Greyhound Corporation to Charles Evers. April 28, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: regret for attending the Mississippi Homecoming.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Chuck Scruggs, Vice President for Programming. April 29, 1980. TL.
Scope Note: Re: publicity for Mississippi Homecoming.
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Charles Evers to Mr. William Brooks, Visual Information Officer at the National Endowment of Arts. April 29, 1980. TL.
Scope Note: Re: invitation to Mississippi Homecomng, possibility of recording the event.
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Charles Evers to Rev. Ralp David Abernathy in Atlanta, GA. April 29, 1980. TL.
Scope Note: Re: arrangements for Abernathy's visit to Fayette. Attached program from Abernathy's Palm Sunday Observance.
 
Correspondence. May 1980.
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Charles Evers to Joe Black of Greyhound Corporation. May 1, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: request for donation.
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Industrial Leasing Corporation to Charles Evers. May 1, 1980. TL.
Scope Note: Re: delinquent lease account. Envelope.
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Ruby M. Turner of Detroit, MI to Charles Evers. May 1, 1980. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: request for information on Mississippi Homecoming. Envelope.
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Rev. Dolphus Collins of Benton, MS to Charles Evers. May 1, 1980. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: request for job. Envelope.
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Charles Evers to Ms. Ann R. Roberts of New York, NY. May 1, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Mississippi Homecoming.
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Charles Evers to Industrial Leasing Corporation. May 2, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: request for copy of aggreement. Attached invoice statement.
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Sheila Evers to Mr. Bill Madison, Vice President of Revlon Corporation. May 2, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: possibility of Revlon's participation in Mississippi Homecoming.
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Sheila Evers to Mr. James Harris of Revlon Products Hair Care Division. May 2, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Revlon demonstration at Mississippi Homecoming.
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Sheila Evers to Mr. Rudy Townsel of Revlon Corporation. May 2, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Revlon demonstration at Mississippi Homecoming.
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David McGowan, Jr., Superintendent of Custodial Services in Jackson, MS to Charles Evers. May 6, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: regret for attending Mississippi Homecoming. Envelope.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Robert Earl Jones. May 6, 1980. Carbon.
Scope Note: Re: participation in Mississippi Homecoming.
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Ronald V. Dellums, U.S. Representative from California, to Charles Evers. May 6, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: regret for attending Mississippi Homecoming.
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Joe Black of the Greyhound Corporation to Charles Evers. May 7, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: talks at high schools and churches.
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Earnest J. Edwards of Aluminum Company of America to Charles Evers. May 7, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: regret for attending Mississippi Homecoming.
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Gwendolyn L. Baines of Nashville, TN to Ms. Marge Baroni. May 8, 1980. TLS. Envelope.
Scope Note: Re: travel and hotel arrangements. Enclosed: photo, press release, newspaper clippings.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Holland Harris of Delta Airlines. May 9, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: appreciation for service on recent flight. Attached memorandum.
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Charles Evers to Mr. John G. Jones of Mississippi Department of Archives and History. May 12, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: possibility of coverage of Mississippi Homecoming. Attached: ALS. John David Martin of Indianola, MS to Mayor Evers; TLS. John G. Jones to Mr. John David Martin.
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Charles Evers to Mrs. Mary Godbolt of Hazelhurst, MS. May 12, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: response to request for information on Mississippi Homecoming. Attached: ALS. Mary Godbolt to Charles Evers.
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Charles Evers to Miss Sharon Woods of Birmingham, AL. May 12, 1980. Copy TLS.
Scope Note: Re: participation in Mississippi Homecoming.
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John G. Jones, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, to Charles Evers. May 13, 1980. TLS. 2 copies.
Scope Note: Re: recording Mississippi Homecoming, participation in oral history project.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Patrick Kelley of New York, NY. May 13, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: request for aid in contacting Naomi Sims and thanks for assistance with Mississippi Homecoming Fashion Show.
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Charles Evers to Manager of Classified Advertisement of the Natchez Democrat. May 14, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: advertisement for flea market.
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Joe Black of Greyhound Corporation to Charles Evers. May 15, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: Greyhound donation to Medgar Evers Fund.
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Parren J. Mitchell, U.S. Representative from Maryland, to Charles Evers. May 15, 1980. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: regret for attending Mississippi Homecoming.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Irwin T. Holtzman of Detroit, MI. May 15, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: request for photo for library. Attached: TLS. Irwin T. Holtzman to Charles Evers.
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Charles Evers to Ms. Jane Kennedy. March 17, 1980. TL.
Scope Note: Re: Mississippi Homecoming.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Gary Paxton of Nashville, TN. May 20, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Mississippi Homecoming.
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Charles Evers to Mr. Bill Russell of Mercer Island, WA. May 21, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: arrangements for attending Mississippi Homecoming.
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Marjorie R. Baroni to Mr. John G. Jones. May 21, 1980. Carbon TL.
Scope Note: Re: Mississippi Homecoming.
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Charles Evers to Richard Haynes, Belzoni, MS. May 23, 1980. TL.
Scope Note: Re: congratulations on election outcome.
 
Correspondence with No Date, Empty Envelopes.
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David Baroni to Mayor [Charles] Evers. undated. ALS.
Scope Note: Re: request for student loan.
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Tina Sauers to Charles Evers. undated. Copy ALS.
Scope Note: Re: response to Evers' Playboy interview.
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Vernon L. Clark of Norfolk State College to Charles Evers. undated. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: thanks for hospitality shown in visit to Fayette.
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Jimmy Carter to "Dear Friend". undated. TLS.
Scope Note: Re: request for campaign donation.
 
Annual Mississippi Homecoming. 1973.
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"Certificate of Appreciation Mississippi Homecoming". 4 copies.
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Press release Re: Mississippi Homecoming, Medgar Evers.
 
Annual Mississippi Homecoming. 1976.
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"Fourth Annual Medgar Evers Mississippi Homecoming Sunday, June 13, 1976. Fayette". Program.
 
Annual Mississippi Homecoming. 1980.
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Kenn D. Cockrell, Publicity Chairman to Members, Mississippi Homecoming Committee. April 30, 1980. Memo.
Scope Note: Re: tentative timetable of events.
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Miscellaneous typed and handwritten notes. 5pp..
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May 9, 1980. Press release.
Scope Note: Re: Robert Earl Jones conducting a Poetry and Dramatic Readings Workshop.
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May 15, 1980. Press release.
Scope Note: Re: Margaret Walker Alexander at Poetry Workshop.
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"Announcing The Annual Mississippi Homecoming Weekend!". Pamphlet. 20 copies.
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"Announcing The Annual Mississippi Homecoming Weekend!". TM. 7 complete copies. 2 partial copies.
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"Eighth Annual Medgar Evers Mississippi Homecoming May 30, -- June 1, 1980. Fayette". Program. 1 copy in folder; other copies in separate box.
 
Newspaper and Journal Clippings.
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"Mail Campaign, Evers' Widow Awaits $8000 in Barnett Fund".
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"Diary of a Day Spent in the New South." Sepia. February 1970.
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"Playboy Interview: Charles Evers, a candid conversation with the major of fayette, the first black candidate for a governor in mississippi history and the k.k.k.'s latest public enemy number one". 2 copies.
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"Guest Editorial: Tribute to Medgar from Charles" Black Times. June 1973.
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Stephen E. Rubin. "'I'm Not Scared Any More'" New York Times. September 16, 1973.
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Charles Evers. Intellectual Digest. December 1973.
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Associated Press. "Foes put him in tax jam -- Evers".
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Curtis Wilkie. "Charles Evers, a man with power, a man with trouble" Boston Globe. November 13, 1974. Annotations.
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Associated Press. "Tax Charges, Charles Evers Is Indicted".
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Robert L. Levey. "Fayette mayor scores violence" Boston Globe. September 28, ?.
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Bill Nichols. "People-mingling musical homecoming 'keeps Medgar alive'".
Scope Note: Also: Jack Elliott. "Maverick politician Charles Evers can't be ignored" Jackson Clarion Ledger (June 5, 1983).
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Quotes from Julian Bond and Charles Evers.
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The Medgar Evers Fund News. June 1976. 6 copies.
 
Invitation to inaugural. Envelope.
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"Mayor Charles Evers Inauguration Fayette, Mississippi". July 7, 1969. Button.
 
Campaign Material.
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Printed "Evers for Mississippi" card attached to TM program of events. November 7, 1978. 2 copies.
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"Re-think Mississippi". Campaign button.
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"Town of Fayette, Mississippi". 2 Copies.
 
Miscellaneous.
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"Newsletter: Please Read Gospel Truth Please Read". June 6, 1972.
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Marge Baroni affadavit concerning Charles Evers activities. 1974.
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Donor form for University of Southern Mississippi's Oral History Program. Signed by Charles Evers. March 22, 1973.
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3 typed schedules for Mayor Evers.
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2 typed interview questions.
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Spiral bound notebook with handwritten notes and day's schedules. 1975.
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Press release. January 29, 1974.
Scope Note: Re: Evers vs. town aldermen.
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Official Fayette, Mississippi Stationary and Envelopes.
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"Medgar Wiley Evers". TM.
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"Fayette after Four Years -- A Background Summary of Progress under the Evers Administration".
 
Rough Drafts for Autobiography and Other Writings.
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"Chapter, The middle of the road is rougher...". TM. 5 pp. with annotations.
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Diary –. August 13th, 1974. TM. 5 pp. with annotations.
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"This kind of thing is not new to me...". AM. 4 pp..
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"When I was still a boy I got the notion that the best thing on earth is a family...". TM. 5 pp..
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"I suppose my hobbies seem peculiar to most people....". TM. 1 p..
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"There have been low points and pits of despair in my life...". TM. 1 p..
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"The art of building a new town is not just putting building and roads and streets together....". AM. 2 pp..
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"All of a sudden, the work we had done in the first frantic 36 months....". TM. 1 p..
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"White folks just don't know. Even the good white folks....". TM. 1 p..
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"Mississippi is a strange place -- the summers are hot, the winters, I'm told, cold and damp....". TM.
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"2 -- The you gster [sic] from the midwestern college...". TM. 1 p..
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"'We must return to them their lawful rights....". TM. 1 p..
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Annotated title: "Letter to Mississippians.". TM. 1 p..
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"Chapter ___, I have tried all my life to figure out why white people think they are so superior....". TM. 1 p..
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"to protect you. But if you're going anyway, we will do the best we can....". TM. 2 pp..
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"Mayor Charles Evers of Fayette, Mississippi said here today he does not know....". TM. 1 p..
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"Page 1 -- My attitude about women keeps me in hot water.". TM. 3 pp. with annotations.
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"What is it about the South that gives me hope?". AM & TM. 2 pp..
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"Isolated and alone, working in the dark and perfectly willing not to see the promised land themselves...". TM. 1 p..
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"I answer questions about how I got in politics over and over....". TM. 1 p..
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"Prejudice and fear of another because he is different is a terrible thing....". TM. 1 p..
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"The Wallace statement I made had interesting results...". AM. 1 p..
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"Why should it ge [sic] so hard to ge [sic] human....". TM. 1 p..
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"To watch the leaders of Mississippi party politics on the eve of Richard Nixon's resignation....". TM. 1 p..
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"Chapter Where I Come From". TM. 11pp..
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Book Folder.
Scope Note: Folder with annotations containing rough drafts and outlines of Evers autobiography.
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Names/Addresses/Numbers.
Scope Note: Contains a multitude of papers with names, addresses, phone numbers, and notes.
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Computer Print-Out on Charles Evers' Appearance in Print.
 
Miscellaneous.
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"Mississippi Cultural Arts Coalition Newsletter Number Two". March 1980.
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Congressional Record "Third Annual Dinner of the Congressional Black Caucus". October 3, 1973. Copy.
Scope Note: With annotations.
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Evelyn Gandy, State Fire Marshal to all Mississippi mayors. October 2, 1973. Memorandum. Envelope.
Scope Note: Attached proclamation from Governor William Waller. Re: Fire Prevention Week.
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The United Spirituals Singers. May 5, 1974. Program.
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Dorothy V. Bush, Secretary of Democratic National Committee to Democratic National Committee Members. September 26, 1973. Memorandum.
Scope Note: Re: meeting information.
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"The Constitution of the Democratic Party of the State of Mississippi". TM.
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"What Can Be Done About Male Impotence?". Clipping.
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24 Copies of the Program for the 1980 Mississippi Homecoming.

Book Manuscripts.
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"Exit 13" by Monte Piliaskey. TM.
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"Faith of our Founding Fathers" by Bob Doyle. TM.

Presentation and Oral Interviews Concerning Marge Baroni.
 
Susan Sullivan on Marge Baroni.
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"Marjorie Baroni: Ordinary Southern Woman, Extraordinary Activist" [presentation on October 4, 2000 at Center for the Study of Southern Culture, University of Mississippi]. TM.
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Pamphlet "Marjorie Baroni: Ordinary Southern Woman, Extraordinary Activist". 7 copies.
 
Newspaper clippings:.
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Brandon Niemeyer, "Civil Rights topic of Brown Bag" Daily Mississippian. October 4, 2000. p. 8.
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Brandon Niemeyer, "Civil rights experiences discussed by journalist" Daily Mississippian. October 5, 2000. pp. 1, 5.
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Susan Sullivan to Jennifer Ford of University of Mississippi's Special Collections. June 23, 1999. ALS. Envelope.
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Oral interview of Mary Jane Baroni Tarver by Susan Sullivan and Tim Murphy. September 9, 2000.
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Oral interview of Louis Baroni by Susan Sullivan and Tim Murphy. February 7, 2000.
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Oral interview of Sidney Gibson by Susan Sullivan and Tim Murphy. February 8, 2000.
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Oral interview of Flossie Walls and Ray Walls by Susan Sullivan and Tim Murphy. February 7, 2000.
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Oral interview of Duncan Morgan by Susan Sullivan and Tim Murphey. February 7, 2000.

Newspapers / Newsletters.
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Progressive Preservation: The Historic Natchez Foundation. July-August 1985.
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The Citizens' Council. August 1958.
 
Southern Coalition on Jails & Prisons Report.
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April 1976.
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Fall 1979.
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Winter 1979-80.
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Summer 1980.
 
Miss-Lou Observer (Natchez, Mississippi -- anti-Klan).
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March 31, 1965.
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May 5, 1965.
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May 12, 1965. 4 copies.
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June 9, 1966.
 
Mississippi Free Press [Jackson, Mississippi black newspaper].
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May 30, 1964.
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June 6, 1964.
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June 20, 1964.
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The Southern Reposure [Mississippi parody of segregationists]. Summer 1958.
 
The Petal Paper (Petal, Mississippi).
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January 15, 1959.
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February 19, 1959.
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March 19, 1959.
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April 23, 1959.
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Collegian (Mississippi College). April 22, 1964.
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The Mississippi Register: Official Newspaper of the Diocese of Natchez-Jackson. December 17, 1965.
 
Mississippi Today: Serving Catholics of Dioceses of Biloxi and Jackson.
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May 9, 1980.
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May 23, 1980.
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August 15, 1980.
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July 26, 1985.
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August 9, 1985.
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September 13, 1985.
 
Catholic Worker.
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May 1958.
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July-August 1958.
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January 1961.
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February 1961.
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"Ride for Freedom". May 1961. p. 5.
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"Report from a Freedom Rider" by Felix Singer. July-August 1961. 2 copies. p. 1 & 6.
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"Notes Between The Bars" by Philip Havey. September 1961. p. 1-3.
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"Mississippi and 'MOM'" by Terry Sullivan. November 1961. p. 1 & 6.
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"The Race Problem and the Christian Conscience" by Fr. Philip F. Berrigan. December 1961. p. 1 & 4-8.
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May 1962.
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July 1962.
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October 1962.
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September 1962.
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December 1962.
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February 1963.
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April 1963.
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October 1963.
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November 1963.
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December 1963.
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January 1964.
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December 1974.
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June 1975.
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June 1976. 4 copies.
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October-November 1976.
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January 1977. 3 copies.
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September 1979. 14 copies.
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April 1981.
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June-July 1983.
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June-July 1985. 2 copies.
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May 1999.
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Faith Today: A supplement to Catholic newspapers, "On the Field of Conscience" by Joe Michael Feist. 2 copies. p. 1.
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Work: A Voice for Christian Social Action Published by the Catholic Labor Alliance, "In Petal, Miss. Race Bigots Needled by Dixie Editor". October 1956. p. 1 & 3.
 
National Catholic Reporter.
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September 22, 1965.
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October 6, 1965.
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November 3, 1965.
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July 26, 1968.
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July 19, 1985.
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August 2, 1985.
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Sheed & Ward's Own Trumpet. April-May 1959. 2 copies.
 
New York Times Book Review.
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August 31, 1980.
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September 28, 1980.
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October 12, 1980.
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June 23, 1985.
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July 7, 1985.
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July 21, 1985.