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Descriptive Summary
PURL:
http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00076/
Creator:
Cleveland, Thomas, Dr. and Wilson, Richard
Title:
Cleveland/Wilson Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
1962-1964
Materials in:
English
Abstract:
Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera related to the admission of James Meredith into the university. Items were created 1962-1964.
Quantity:
4 boxes.
Number:
MUM00076
Location:
F-14.
Repository :
The University of Mississippi
J.D. Williams Library
Department of Archives and 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:
Cleveland/Wilson Collection (MUM00076). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Biographical Note
Dr. Thomas Cleveland was the president of the University of Mississippi's Associated Student Body in 1963-64. At the fortieth anniversary of James Meredith's admission, Dr. Cleveland donated the correspondence he and his predecessor, Richard Wilson, received during that period. The letters and their enclosures represent the various opinions of individuals on the integration of the campus. Included in the collection are petitions sent to Ole Miss students by faculty and students at other universities across the nation.

Scope and Contents Note
Collection consists of correspondence, manuscripts, and ephemera related to the admission of James Meredith into the university. Items were created 1962-1964.

Restrictions
Access Restrictions
Open.
Use Restriction
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Container List
BOX 1
Folder 1: Correspondence -- September 1962
ALS. September 1, 1962. Louie Cra____ of Columbus, GA to Student Body, Ole Miss. Envelope.

Enclosed: multiple copies of broadside "Sons of Businessmen, Big Brother Is Watching You!, See T.V. Motion Picture '1984.'" Envelope postmarked September 28, 1962 Spring Lake, NJ addressed to Student Council University of Mississippi.

Telegram. September 29, 1962. Kenneth R. Peterson of Alhambra, CA to Governor Barnett, General Walker, Student Body.

TL. September 30, 1962. Student Council of Swarthmore College in Swarthmore, PN to President of the University of Mississippi Student Government. Enclosed: resolution. Envelope.

Folder 2: Correspondence -- October NO DAY, 1962
Enclosed: copy of clipping "Mississippi U. Students Found Isolated in Culture and Outlook" New York Times (October 21, 1962). Janet E. Holmes and Judith T. Rankin in New York, NY to Student Social Chairman, University of Mississippi. Envelope postmarked October 1962.

Postcard. October 1962. "Graduate Un. of Pgh." in Pittsburgh, PA to Dean of Men, University of Mississippi.

Folder 3: Correspondence -- October 1, 1962
TLS. October 1, 1962. Members of the Student Body, Northwestern University in Evanston, IL to Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 4: Correspondence -- October 2, 1962
Enclosed: Petition from students at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, MN to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope postmarked October 2, 1962.

TLS. October 2, 1962. Mike Hyatt, President Associated Students of Western Washington State College, to President Associated Students University of Mississippi. Enclosed: resolution. Envelope.

Folder 5: Correspondence -- October 4, 1962
Enclosed: copy of October 4, 1962 petition from students and faculty at State University of New York, College at Fredonia to President John F. Kennedy. Envelope addressed to President of Student Gov. University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 4, 1962. A.G. Waters of Omaha, NE to President of Mississippi University.

TLS. October 4, 1962. Miss M.M. Terry of Toronto, Canada to the Students Administrative Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 4, 1962. Student Legislative Council of the University of California at Los Angeles to Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 4, 1962. Sandra Kittelson and Fran Steininger of St. Paul, Minnesota to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 6: Correspondence -- October 5, 1962
Enclosed: October 5, 1962 petition of the students and faculty at Carnegie Institute of Technology in Pittsburgh, PA to the students of the University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: The Florida Alligator (October 5, 1962). Envelope postmarked October 5, 1962 Gainesville, FL addressed to President of the Student Body "Ole Miss."

TLS. October 5, 1962. Olive M. Hartrauft, Corresponding Secretary at United Church Women of Baltimore, to President of Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 5, 1962. Peg Canee, National Affairs V-P, Saint Joseph's College in New York, to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: petition. Envelope.

TLS. October 5, 1962. Carol Furey and Sue Rice, Student Government Association of Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: resolution. Envelope.

TLS. October 5, 1962. Edwin T. Hoefer, President Student Union of Elmhurst College in Elmhurst, IL, to Student Government, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 5, 1962. Howard Newman, President Student Body of Monmouth College in West Long Branch, NJ, to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 7: Correspondence -- October 6, 1962
Copy TLS. October 6, 1962. E.G. Spencer of Pawleys Island, SC to Joan Walcott, editor of The Gamecock, University of South Carolina. Envelope postmarked October 10, 1962 Pawleys Island, SC addressed to President of the Student Body University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 6, 1962. E. S____ of Los Angeles, CA to President of the Student (all Dunces) Body, Mississippi University. Envelope.

Folder 8: Correspondence -- October 7, 1962
ALS. October 7, 1962. Frankie Young of Miami Beach, FL to Pres. of Student Body Univ. of Miss. Envelope.

ALS. October 7, 1962. Mrs. Edward O'Callahan of Rochester, NY to The Students and Staff, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 7, 1962. Susan Joan Fogg in New Brunswick, NJ to Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 7, 1962. Miss Connie Perrett of Ontario, Canada to University of Mississippi, Student Government Organization. Enclosed: clipping"Electioneering Closes Students Go to Polls"; clipping "Youth Page"; clipping "Office Holders." Envelope.

Folder 9: Correspondence -- October 8, 1962
TLS. October 8, 1962. Joshua Williams of New York, NY to the Student Body University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 8, 1962. Joseph Sinclair of New Orleans, LA to President WHITE Student Council "Ole Miss." University. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

TLS. October 8, 1962. Elizabeth Huttman of Washington, DC to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 8, 1962. Linda Mahler of Central Washington State College to Student Body President, University of Mississippi.

TLS. October 8, 1962. Judith Travers of St. Paul, MN to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 8, 1962. William A. Keese, President of Maryland Council of Churches, and Donzel C. Wildey, Executive Secretary, to President of the Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 8, 1962. J. Hubert Farmer, Attorney at Law in Dothan, Alabama to President Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TL. October 8, 1962. "The Others Who Wanted a Voice" in Portland, OR to Student Body President. Envelope.

ALS. October 8, 1962. Diana Conlan of Milwaukee, WI to Student Senate President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 8, 1962. John E. Tropman of Chicago, IL to Students of the University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Enclosed: clipping by Sam Mase and clipping "Alabama Claims Negroes 200,000 Years Behind." Envelope postmarked October 8, 1962 Saint Petersburg, FL to Student Council, University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: clipping "Mississippi Ole Mess" San Francisco Sunday Chronicle (October 7, 1962). Envelope postmarked October 8, 1962 San Francisco, CA with no return address to The President of the Student Body University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: 2 clipping "Mississippi Hyposcrisy" and "Suicide of a State" in St. Paul, Minn. St. Paul Dispatch. Envelope postmarked October 8, 1962 Saint Paul, Minn. To President, Student Council, University of Mississippi.

AL. Envelope postmarked October 8, 1962 Warren, Ark. to Student Body at Old Miss.

Folder 10: Correspondence -- October 9, 1962. TLS from Charles D. Wherry.
TLS. October 9, 1962. Chas. D. Wherry of Los Angeles, CA to President Student Body, Ole Miss. Enclosed: Postcard. October 5, 1962. Dinah Shore in Hollywood, CA to Charles D. Wherry; Program for Todd Duncan recital on January 13, 1952 signed by Josephine Baker; TLS. December 31, 1941. Pearl S. Buck in Perkasie, PN to Charles D. Wherry; TLS. October 4, 1962. William J. Ronan, Secretary to the Governor of New York to Charles B. Wherry with envelope; and nine newspaper clippings. Envelope.

Folder 11: Correspondence -- October 9, 1962
TLS. October 9, 1962. Margaret Johson of Rosemont, PA to President Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TL. October 9, 1962. Mrs. Earl Heinaman of Denver, PA to President of the Student Council University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 9, 1962. Susan Sartain in Ellensburg, Washington to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Postcard. October 9, 1962. Father Irvine from New York, NY to The Student Body of Student Council.

ALS. September [sic, October] 9, 1962. Joe Cohen of Albany, GA to President Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 9, 1962. Edna R. Evans of Riverton, NJ to University Students. Envelope.

ALS. October 9, 1962. G.I. Simes of Los Angeles, CA to President of the Student Body of the University of Oxford. Enclosed: clippings with annotations. Envelope (annotation on verso).

TLS. October 9, 1962. Phil Williams, Campus Council of Capital University in Columbus, OH to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TL. Envelope postmarked October 9, 1962 Laurel, MS to President Student Body Council.

TLS. October 9, 1962. Steve Reed , President of Board of Supervisors of Wilkinson County, MS, to President Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TL. October 9, 1962. The South of New Orleans, LA to Student Senate, Lewis and Clark College of Portland, OR. Envelope addressed to Student Senate, University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: clipping "Miss. Tension Eases; 13,000 GI's Pulled Out" (October 9, 1962) with handwritten annotation. Envelope postmarked October 9, 1962 Boston, MA to President Student Council, Univ. of Mississippi.

Folder 12: Correspondence -- October 10, 1962
Enclosed: multiple copies of broadsides "This I Believe by Haywood N. Hill, M.D." and "Atque Vale by John Steinbeck" (Englewood, NJ: Englewood Urban League). Envelope postmarked October 10, 1962 Englewood, NJ addressed to Richard Wilson.

TLS. October 10, 1962. Geo. S. Ford of Terrell, TX to President, Student Council University of Mississippi. Enclosed: Typed note, copy of clipping, and 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

ALS. October 10, 1963 [sic, 1962]. Joetta J. Garrett of Gainsville, GA to Richard Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. October 10, 1962. J.R. Fuehrer of Coopersburg, PA to Richard Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. October 10, 1962. Jack Phillips Williams, Pres. Student Body at College of the Bible in Lexington, KY, to Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 10, 1962. Rev. A. Walter Williams of Charlotte, NC to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

ALS. October 10, 1962. Vera Speakes of Benoit, MS to Richard Wilson. Envelope.

ALS. October 10, 1962. "An interested fellow student" in Chicago, IL to Student Body c/o Student Body President University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 10, 1962. Hamaas Abdul Khaa-bis of Washington, DC to "Sir." Enclosed: 3 copies of broadside "Bismillah ir Rahman ir Rahim." Envelope.

TLS. October 10, 1962. Mrs. P.S. M____ of Norfolk, VA to Richard B. Wilson. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

AL. October 10, 1962. Envelope postmarked New York, NY addressed to Students of Ole Miss.

TLS. October 10, 1962. John Murray Smoot, A. Brown Caldwell, and Fred M. Webber of The Presbytery of Baltimore to the President of the Student Body Association, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TL. Envelope postmarked October 10, 1962 Auburn, Ala. addressed to Head Cheerleader, University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 10, 1962. William I. Peeler of Kosciusko, MS to The Student Council, "Ole Miss." Envelope.

ALS. October 10, 1962. Richard A. Wallace and R. Reid Proctor, Jr. in Storrs, Conn. To President Student Body, Univ. of Miss. Envelope.

TLS. October 10, 1962. Lucille M. Livingston in Sedona, Ariz. to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 10, 1962. Ferd T. Bechet of New Orleans, LA to President Student Council, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: "Meredith, with Marshal, Attends Class." Envelope.

ALS. October 10, 1962. Tom Davis of Waynesboro, MS to Student Council President, Ole Miss. Envelope.

Enclosed: clipping "Cleric Calls Barnett 'Symbol' of Anarchy" with handwritten annotations Envelope postmarked October 10, 1962 Wilmington, Del. to President of Student Council, University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: clipping "Ole Miss, Hungarian Students Treated 'Exactly' Alike, He Says." Envelope postmarked October 10, 1962 Houston, TX to Student Disciplinary Committee, University of Mississippi.

Folder 13: Correspondence -- October 11, 1962
Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope postmarked October 11, 1962 Montgomery, AL addressed to Richard Wilson.

Enclosed: 4 newspaper clippings. Envelope postmarked October 11, 1962 Mobile, AL addressed to Richard Wilson.

TLS. October 11, 1962. John R. TeWinkel of Northampton, MA to Richard Wilson. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

ALS. October 11, 1962. Mrs. L.O. Green of West Monroe, LA to Richard Wilson. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

AL. October 11, 1962. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope postmarked Mobile, AL addressed to Richard Wilson.

TLS. October 11, 1962. David A. Fox of Billings, MT to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 11, 1962. Cyrus Frank Gibson of Ghana to President of the Student Body University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 11, 1962. Mrs. R.L. Pallock of Collinston, LA to Pres. of Student Council "Ole Miss." Enclosed: 3 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

Carbon TLS. October 11, 1962. James T. Hendrick, President of Student Senate at University of Illinois, to Office of the Editor, The Mississippian. Envelope addressed to Office of the President, Student Senate, University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 11, 1962. Mrs. Inez Hollifield of Birmingham, AL to Mr. Richard Wilson. Envelope.

ALS. October 11, 1962. "A Sincere Sympathizer with Keeping Them Out" in Philadelphia, PA to University of Mississippi, Student Council. Envelope.

ALS. October 11, 1962. "Almighty God" of Waco, TX to Oxford University (students). Envelope.

TLS. October 11, 1962. Robert H. Berg of Arcata, CA to Richard Wilson, ASB President. Envelope.

ALS. October 11, 1962. Claire Palmer of Los Angeles, CA to President of Student Body, Mississippi University. Envelope.

TL. October 11, 1962. Enclosed: "Mississippi's Hour of Decision." Envelope postmarked Little Rock, AR addressed to President of Student Body, U. of Mississippi.

Folder 14: Correspondence -- October 12, 1962
TLS. October 12, 1962. Angelo Maiuro of Trenton, NJ to Richard Wilson. Enclosed: 11 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

ALS. October 12, 1962. Mrs. Nancy Edmondson of Pine Bluff, Ark. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping.

Enclosed: Broadside "A Moment of Your Time, Please" with annotations. Envelope postmarked October 12, 1962 Baton Rouge, LA addressed to Dick Wilson.

ALS. October 12, 1962. Kenny Atkins of Waldo, AR to "any male student at the University of Mississippi." Enclosed: photograph. Envelope.

ALS. October 12, 1962. Jeannine Fogle of Orangeburg, SC to the President of the Student Council, Mississippi University. Envelope.

TLS. October 12, 1962. M.W. Thompson of Savannah, GA to Richard Wilson. Enclosed: 2 clippings. Envelope.

ALS. October 12, 1962. Doris Bradley of Orangeburg, SC to President of Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TL. October 12, 1962. Anonymous from Baton Rouge, LA to President, Student Body Old Miss. Envelope.

ALS. October 12, 1962. Douglas J. Barbour II of St. Louis, MO to Dick Wilson. Enclosed: 5 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

TLS. October 12, 1962. P.E. Thornhill, President-elect of the Durban Students' Representative Council, University of Natal to The President, Students Representative Council, Mississippi University. Envelope.

ALS. October 12, 1962. Thelma J. Estes of Orangeburg, SC to President of the Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 12, 1962. Joyce Estes of Orangeburg, SC to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 12, 1962. Clista Stratton of Bennington, VT to James Meredith. Envelope addressed to University of Mississippi Student Council.


BOX 2
Folder 1: Correspondence -- October 13, 1962
Enclosed: Photocopy of petition from faculty and students at Emmanuel College in Boston, MA to Student Government Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope postmarked October 13, 1962.

AL. October 13, 1962. P.H. of New York, NY to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. October 13, 1962. Mary Vern Legette of Orangeburg, SC to President of the Student Council University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 13, 1962. "Gus" in Charlottesville, VA to Dick Wilson. Enclosed: 4 newspaper clippings with annotations and Virginia Law Weekly (October 11, 1962). Envelope.

TLS. October 13, 1962. James M. Singer of Soquel, CA to President Associated Students, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 13, 1962. Betty J. McDowell of Orangeburg, SC to President of the Student Body. Envelope.

ALS. October 13, 1962. Helen V. Martin and Bennie Williams in Orangeburg, SC to President of Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 13, 1962. Herman H. Ross of Florence, AL to Honorable Dick Wilson. Envelope.

Folder 2: Correspondence -- October 14, 1962
ALS. October 14, 1962. Gladys Goddard of Providence, RI to President Student Judicial Council University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

ALS. October 14, 1962. "An American Citizen" in New York, NY to President Student Council, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

Folder 3: Correspondence -- October 15, 1962
ALS. October 15, 1962. Marge Flynn in Seattle, WA to University of Miss. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

ALS. October 15, 1962. Frank T. Payton of New York, NY to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. October 15, 1962. Frances McDougall of Cathedral City, CA to Dick Wilson. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings and pamphlet "The Cross and Its Meaning Today, Billy Graham on 'The Hour of Decision.'" Envelope.

TLS. October 15, 1962. Gladys Anderton of Marlow, OK to Richard Wilson. Envelope.

ALS. October 15, 1962. Lena Belleau of Renton, WA to the Students of Ole Miss. Enclosed: clipping "Cut the 'Fun.'" Envelope.

Enclosed: 4 newspaper clippings with annotations. Envelope postmarked October 15, 1962 Mobile, AL to Richard Wilson.

Enclosed: clipping "On the Line: Here, Now, Is the Real Hero!" Envelope postmarked October 15, 1962 Boston, MA to Student Council, Univ. Mississippi.

Enclosed: clipping "Ole Miss Students Hurl Insults, Jeers at Meredith During Meal" Denver, CO Rocky Mountain News (October 9, 1962) with annotations. Envelope postmarked October 15, 1962 Boulder, CO to Mr. Richard Wilson, President Student Council, University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: clipping "Cut the 'Fun'" Seattle Post Intelligencer (October 13, 1962). Envelope postmarked October 15, 1962 Poulsbo, Washington.

Enclosed: The Dan Smoot Report 8 (October 8, 1962). Envelope postmarked October 15, 1962 Shreveport, LA.

Folder 4: Correspondence -- October 16, 1962
TLS. October 16, 1962. Harvey Hanley of Merritt Island, FL to President of Student Council, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 2 copies of typed broadside "The Right to Say No! -- Without a 'Communist Label.'" Envelope.

Enclosed: Human Events: Your Washington Report (October 20, 1962). Envelope postmarked October 16, 1962 Hyannis Port, MA addressed to Student Council, Baxter Hall, University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 16, 1962. Owen Nesbit of South Bend, IN to Dick Wilson. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

ALS. October 16, 1962. Clarita Goldsmith in New Delhi, India to President Student Council University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

ALS. October 16, 1962. "A lover of Ole Miss" in Durant, MS to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. October 16, 1962. Bertha Hammonds of Wilmington, CA to President of the Student Council 'Ole Mississippi.' Enclosed: 3 postcards with handwritten annotations on verso; TM "Americanism vs De-Segregation & Integration" (1954); TM "For Advocates of 'Integration' -- 'Civil Rights' -- 'FEPC' and 'Brotherhood' -- To Consider." Envelope.

TLS. October 16, 1962. Louis A. Gravel, President Student Council at Fordham University in New York, NY to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

AL. October 16, 1962. Enclosed: clipping "Barricades Raise Hopes at Ole Miss" and clipping "Carrying a Cause Into Zealotry" San Francisco Examiner (October 13, 1962). Envelope postmarked Tracy, CA addressed to University of Mississippi c/o Student Body President.

Enclosed: 6 newspaper clippings. Envelope postmarked October 16, 1962 Shreveport, LA addressed to President of Student Body "Ole Miss" University.

Folder 5: Correspondence -- October 17, 1962
TLS. October 17, 1962. John M. Little, Graduate Student at Kansas State University, to Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Enclosed: "War Bulletin" (New Orleans, LA: Knights of White Christians, Southern Headquarters). Envelope postmarked October 17, 1962 from Alvin A. Cobb of New Orleans, LA to Pres. Student Body, University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: clipping "Kennedys Took Law in Own Hands in Occupying Mississippi" and clipping "Letters to The Journal" Shreveport Journal (October 11, 1962). Envelope postmarked October 17, 1962 Haynesville, LA to Mr. Dick Wilson.

Folder 6: Correspondence -- October 18, 1962
TL. October 18, 1962. "Name withheld for security reasons" in Bessemer, AL to The Student Body of Ole Miss. Envelope.

ALS. October 18, 1962. Buck Ming of Shelby, MS to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

ALS. October 18, 1962. Rosalie Mogan of Lexington, MA to Student Body President University of Mississippi. Envelope.

AL. October 18, 1962. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope postmarked Mobile, AL addressed to Richard Wilson.

ALS. October 18, 1962. Elder M.B. Merriwether of Kansas City, MO to Student Counsel Ole Miss College. Envelope.

TLS. October 18, 1962. Barbara Joe of Sacramento, CA to Student Government Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 18, 1962. Mabel Pearson in Minneapolis, MN to the Students Old Miss University. Envelope.

Enclosed: clipping "Carrying a Cause Into Zealotry" San Francisco Examiner (October 13, 1962). Envelope postmarked October 18, 1962 Talmage, CA to Student Body President, University of Mississippi.

Folder 7: Correspondence -- October 19, 1962
TLS. October 19, 1962. Mrs. G. McGreevy of Phoenix, AZ to Students of (Ole Miss). Enclosed: clipping "Negro Who Fled to Cuba Calls for U.S. Violence." Interoffice memo and envelope from Chancellor's Office to Dick Wilson.

TLS. October 19, 1962. S.B. Bowen of Memphis, TN to President, Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Copy TL. October 19, 1962. Camden Norris of Columbus, MS to Senator Barry Goldwater. Carbon TL October 20, 1962. Camden Norris of Columbus, MS to Editor, The Commercial Appeal. Envelope addressed to Judicial Council, University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 19, 1962. "A Man from the North" in Los Angeles, CA to Student Body, Old Miss University. Enclosed: 3 newspaper clippings & segregationist card. Envelope.

Folder 8: Correspondence -- October 20, 1962
Copy TL. October 20, 1962. William T. West of Greenwood, MS to Dr. L.L. Love. Envelope addressed to Dick Wilson.

ALS. October 20, 1962. Edelstraud Maucher, Stuttgart, Germany to The Students of the University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 9: Correspondence -- October 21, 1962
AL. October 21, 1962. "A Segregationist from Virginia" to the Student Council, "Old Miss." Envelope postmarked Baltimore, MD.

Folder 10: Correspondence -- October 22, 1962
Enclosed: 2 copies of broadside "What Is Wrong with America?" Envelope postmarked October 22, 1962 San Jose, CA addressed to President, Student Council, University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 22, 1962. Casey O'Brien of Rox, MA to President of Student Body University of Miss. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

TL. October 22, 1962. Patricia Wherle, Student Senate Secretary, to Student Governing Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 22, 1962. Dolores Warren, Secretary Student Council, Our Lady of the Lake College in San Antonio, TX. Envelope.

Enclosed: clipping "Neoteny at Ole Miss." Envelope postmarked October 22, 1962 Atlanta, GA addressed to President of Student Council, University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: Broadside "The All-Negro State of Georgia" (2 copies); Georgia State Chamber of Commerce Postcard; and Augusta, GA The Augusta Courier (October 15, 1962) with handwritten annotations throughout. Envelope postmarked October 22, 1962 Atlanta, GA with no return address to President of Student Body Council, University of Mississippi.

Folder 11: Correspondence -- October 23, 1962
ALS. October 23, 1962. Casey O'Brien of Rox, MA to President of the Student Body University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

ALS. October 23, 1962. "A Segregationist from Virginia" to Student Council "Ole Miss." Envelope postmarked Baltimore, MD.

Folder 12: Correspondence -- October 24, 1962
Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope postmarked October 24, 1962 Jackson TN addressed to President Student Body Univ. of Miss.

ALS. October 24, 1962. Mr. & Mrs. Theobald of Newark, NJ to Oxford College Oxford, Miss. c/o Student Body. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

TLS. October 24, 1962. Lynn Harker and Janet Taylor of Madison, WI to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 24, 1962. Casey O'Brien of MA to President Student Body University of Mississippi. Enclosed: clipping. Envelope.

TLS. October 24, 1962. Student Council Executive Committee of Long Island University at Brooklyn, NY to Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 13: Correspondence -- October 25, 1962
TLS. October 25, 1962. Janet E. Holmes and Judith T. Rankin in New York, NY to President Freshman Class, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: copy of newspaper clipping. Envelope

TLS. October 25, 1962. [illegible signature] of TN to University of Ole Miss Student Body President. Enclosed: 2 newspaper clippings. Envelope.

TLS. October 25, 1962. Denis Baxter, Secretary of University of N.S.W. Students Union, Australia, to Secretary Students Union University of Mississippi. Enclosed: copy TL October 23, 1962. Robert D. Miller, President University of N.S.W. Students' Union to James Meredith. Envelope.

TLS. October 25, 1962. Janet E. Holmes and Judith T. Rankin of New York, NY to President of Sophomore Class University of Mississippi. Enclosed: copy of New York Times clipping. Envelope.

TLS. October 25, 1962. Janet E. Holmes and Judith T. Rankin of New York, NY to President Junior Class University of Mississippi. Enclosed: copy of New York Times clipping. Envelope.

AL. October 25, 1962. Enclosed: "Ole Miss Could Take a Lesson on Integration From Louisiana." Envelope postmarked Los Angeles, CA addressed to The President of the Student Body of the University of Mississippi.

ALS. October 26, 1962. Mrs. Betty Stackill of Alden, NY to President of the Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 14: Correspondence -- October 26, 1962
ALS. October 26, 1962. Mrs. Ellen Mullett from Abington, PA to The Rebel Underground "Old Miss." Envelope.

ALS. October 26, 1962. Margaret Steinhard of Northampton, England to the Students of the University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. October 26, 1962. Michele Neubauer, Secretary Clark University Student Council, to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 15: Correspondence -- October 27, 1962
ALS. October 27, 1962. Jim Brooks of Moscow, OH to the Head of the Upper Classman University of Old Miss. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

TL. October 27, 1962. College Cabinet of the University of Rochester of Rochester, NY, to Student Government, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 16: Correspondence -- October 28, 1962
ALS. October 28, 1962. Larry "Jack" Young of Miami Beach, FL to Student Body President, "Ole" Miss. Envelope.

Folder 17: Correspondence -- October 29, 1962
TL. October 29, 1962. The Independent Women of Thiel College of Greenville, PA to The Student Body President, The University of Mississippi.

Folder 18: Correspondence -- October 30, 1962
AL. October 30, 1962. "Just one who loves America and who abhors meanness" to Sr. Class President of the University in Oxford. Envelope postmarked Newburyport, MA.

TLS. October 30, 1962. Nancy Harold, secretary of Monteith Student Board at Wayne State University in Detriot, MI, to Student Government and Student Newspaper, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TL. October 30, 1962. "a friend of Ole Miss" from Green Pond, AL to The Student Council, Ole Miss. Envelope.

TLS. October 30, 1962. Russell Jack Ballard, President of Good Citizen League in Wichita Falls, TX. Envelope.

Postcard. October 30, 1962. American Citizen, U.S.A. to The Student Body, Oxford, Mississippi.

AL. October 30, 1962. anonymous to the President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: "Daily Training Bulletin of Los Angeles Police Department" (October 29, 1962). Envelope postmarked Los Angeles, CA.

TLS. October 30, 1962. Herb Sawyer, President of Student Council, Mitchell College in New London, CN. Envelope.

Folder 19: Correspondence -- October 31, 1962
ALS. October 31, 1962. Mrs. Steve Hinshaw of Los Angeles, CA to Student Body President, Ole Miss University. Enclosed: anti-semitic pamphlet. Envelope.

ALS. October 31, 1962. Casey O'Brien of MA to the President of Student Body University of Mississippi. Enclosed: clipping. Envelope.

TLS. October 31, 1962. Paul Chervin, President University of Vermont Student Association to Student Body President University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. October 31, 1962. Mrs. Edna A. Porter of New Orleans, LA to Mr. Dick Wilson. Enclosed: "College Students Throw Questions at McLaurin" in New Orleans Times Picayune with handwritten annotations. Envelope.

TLS. October 31, 1962. Ray H. Wood of Easley, SC to Mr. Dick Wilson. Envelope.

AL. October 31, 1962. to the Student Council of Ole Miss. Envelope postmarked New Rochelle, NY.

Enclosed: 3 newspaper clippings. Envelope postmarked October 31, 1962 Hagerstown, MD addressed to The Student Council "Ole Miss."

Enclosed: 23 stickers with various anti-integration slogans and 3 printed postcards for mailing to President John F. Kennedy. Envelope postmarked October 31, 1962 Dallas, TX with no return address to Student President, Oxford, Mississippi.

Enclosed: clipping "Students Hurl Firecrackers As Meredith Dines Nearby" with typed annotations. Envelope postmarked October 31, 1962 Detroit, MI.

Enclosed: 3 reprints "Editorial: By What Authority Do They Speak?" Envelope postmarked October 31, 1962 addressed to Mr. Dick Wilson.

BOX 3
Folder 1: Correspondence -- November NO DAY 1962
ALS. November 1962. J.L. Phillips of Shreveport, LA to Student Body, Ole Miss College. Enclosed: clipping "It CAN Happen Here!" Envelope.

Postcard. November 1962. Postmarked NY addressed to Student Body of University of Miss.

Enclosed: Petition from Students of Smith College to Students of the University of Mississippi. Envelope postmarked November 1962 Northampton, MA.

Enclosed: Petition from students and faculty at State University College at New Paltz, New York to the Student Body of the University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 2: Correspondence -- November 1, 1962
TLS. November 1, 1962. Spiros Lekanidis of San Diego, CA to President of Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. November 1, 1962. Catherine Crupe in Phoenix, AZ to The Students, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: Photograph. Envelope.

TLS. November 1, 1962. Carol Delaney, Secretary of Student Cooperative Association at State Teachers' College in Framingham, MA to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 3: Correspondence -- November 2, 1962
Enclosed: newspaper clipping with annotations. Envelope postmarked November 2, 1962 Chicago, IL to Cheer Leader Univ Mississippi.

Enclosed: Carbon TLS. October 4, 1962. R.J. Peterson of New York, NY to Senator Eastland; Carbon TLS. November 2, 1962. R.J. Peterson of New York, NY to Students of 'Ole Miss'; 3 clippings. Envelope postmarked November 2, 1962 addressed to Seniors of the Main Student Body, "Ole Miss University."

ALS. November 2, 1962. Clarissa Seely in Maryville, TN to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

AL. November 2, 1962. Envelope postmarked Detriot, MI addressed to Sec'y of Student Body.

AL. November 2, 1962. Anonymous from Birmingham, AL to the President of Student Council. Envelope.

Enclosed: clipping "Heavy Hand of the State Legislature Holds Back University of Mississippi" Atlanta Constitution (November 1, 1962). Envelope postmarked November 2, 1962 Atlanta, GA.

AL. Envelope postmarked November 2, 1962 Carmichael, CA addressed to Student Body President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 4: Correspondence -- November 3, 1962
ALS. November 3, 1962. Mrs. Henry O. Jones of Carpinteria, CA to President of the Associated Students, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

Folder 5: Correspondence -- November 5, 1962
ALS. November 5, 1962. Mrs. A.R. of Whitinsville, MA to President of Student Council Mississippi College, Oxford, Miss. Envelope.

ALS. November 5, 1962. John A. Peaham of Bayshore, NY to Head of Student Body, Oxford, Miss. Envelope.

Folder 6: Correspondence -- November 6, 1962
Enclosed: Petition to the Students of the University of Mississippi from students at Smith College in Northampton, MA. Envelope postmarked November 6, 1962.

Folder 7: Correspondence -- November 7, 1962
Postcard. November 7, 1962. Betty Cronin of Paxton, MS to Student Gov't President University of Mississippi.

TL. November 7, 1962. National Federation of Catholic College Students to Student Body President. Envelope.

Folder 8: Correspondence -- November 9, 1962
ALS. November 9, 1962. J.N. Long of Lizella, GA to President Student Body University of Mississippi. Envelope.

AL. November 9, 1962. Envelope postmarked Stockton, CA addressed to "Ole Miss" Student Body.

Folder 9: Correspondence -- November 10, 1962
Christmas Card. Joe to Dick Wilson. Envelope postmarked November 10, 1962 U.S> Army Air Force.

Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope postmarked November 10, 1962 Boston, MA addressed to Student Council, University of Mississippi.

Postcard. November 10, 1962. Jane Di Meyer of River Forest, IL to Student Body University of Mississippi.

Postcard. November 10, 1962. Poet Joe of Hollywood, FL to The Student Body of University of Mississippi.

Folder 10: Correspondence -- November 12, 1962
ALS. November 12, 1962. Howard Lee of Los Angeles, CA to University of Mississippi, Student Bodies. Envelope.

Folder 11: Correspondence -- November 15, 1962
ALS. November 15, 1962. Henry T. Long of Lavonia, GA to Pres. of the Student Body Un. of Miss. Envelope.

Folder 12: Correspondence -- November 16, 1962
ALS. November 16, 1962. Marge Benedict of New Orleans, LA to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. November 16, 1962. Mrs. Eliz. G. Kirschten of Greenwood, MS to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TL. November 16, 1962. "A Yankee" to Dick Wilson. Envelope postmarked Los Angeles, CA.

ALS. November 16, 1962. G.W. P_____ of Baltimore, MD to Mr. Dick Wilson. Enclosed: clipping "Meal with Negro Brings Reprisal" with handwritten annotations. Envelope.

Folder 13: Correspondence -- November 17, 1962
Enclosed: 4 clippings. Envelope postmarked November 17, 1962 Lake Placid, FL from Dorothy Zeiger Bailey to Dick Wilson.

Card. "A Christian Friend" in Crystal Springs, MS to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. November 17, 1962. Edward A. Harrell of Staten Island, NY to President of Senior Class, President of Student Council, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. November 17, 1962. Richard P. Stevens of Pius XII College, South Africa to President Student Senate University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. November 17, 1962. J.D. Worthington, Atlanta, GA to Mr. Dick Wilson, President of Ole Miss Student Body. Letter on verso of enclosed TM "Does Science Support Race Mixing?" Envelope.

Postcard. November 17, 1962. R.G. Kinney in Chicago, IL to Student Body President, Univ. of Mississippi.

Folder 14: Correspondence -- November 19, 1962
ALS. November 19, 1962. "A disgusted Yankee" from Pittsburgh, PA to Student Council, Univ. of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. November 19, 1962. Mrs. J.A. Doster of Canton, OH to Dick Wilson. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

ALS. November 19, 1962. L.R. Zerke Sr. of York, PA to President, Mississippi University Student Body, Oxford, Miss.

ALS. November 19, 1962. Frank T. Payton of New York, NY to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. November 19, 1962. Richard J. Scholem, General Manager of WTIG in Massillon, OH, to Richard Wilson. Enclosed: 1 newspaper clipping. Envelope.

AL. November 19, 1962. Envelope postmarked Fort Smith, AR addressed to President of Student Body.

TLS. November 19, 1962. Sandra Kenyon, Student Government Association of Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, MA, to President Student Government, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

AL. November 19, 1962. Enclosed: 5 clippings and segregation card. Envelope postmarked Los Angeles, CA addressed to President, Student Body, "Old Miss" University.

TLS. November 19, 1962. C.P. Rawls in Memphis, TN to Dick Wilson, President of Student Body, University of Miss. Envelope (stamped in purple "Mailed to Occupied Mississippi").

ALS. November 19, 1962. Fred Buercklin of Portia, Ark. to Mr. Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. November 19, 1962. Mrs. John E. Pierce in Druseltal, Germany to Associated Students University of Mississippi. Enclosed: 2 clippings from German newspapers (translated in letter). Envelope.

Folder 15: Correspondence -- November 20, 1962
TLS. November 20, 1962. Mrs. Ann Hewitt of Jackson, MS to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. November 20, 1962. Stephen Richardson of Memphis, TN to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

Carbon TLS. November 20, 1962. Hardy Lott of Greenwood, MS to Dr. W. Alton Bryant, Vice Chancellor, University of Mississippi. Envelope addressed to Dick Wilson.

Carbon TLS. November 20, 1962. Hardy Lott of Greenwood, MS to Dr. W. Alton Bryant, Vice Chancellor, University of Mississippi. Envelope addressed to Student Judicial Council, University, MS. an

Folder 16: Correspondence -- November 21, 1962
TLS. November 21, 1962. Sam S. Hoodley of Chicago, IL to Senior Class -- President, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Enclosed: Common Sense "The Nation's Anti-Communist Newspaper" (August 1, 1958) with handwritten annotations. Envelope postmarked November 21, 1962 Big Spring, TX from W.N. Blansitt to the Students , Mississippi University.

Folder 17: Correspondence -- November 23, 1962
Enclosed: clipping "The Price of Bigotry" by Judd Arnett. Envelope postmarked November 23, 1962 Traverse City, MI.

Folder 18: Correspondence -- November 24, 1962
ALS. November 24, 1962. Charles A. Roberson of Lynchburg, VA to Student Body, University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 19: Correspondence -- November 26, 1962
Carbon TL. November 26, 1962. Dick Wilson to Mike Hyatt, President Associated Students, Western Washington State College. Envelope.

ALS. November 26, 1962. Thos. H. Wilder of Wake Forest, NC to President of Student Council. Envelope.

Folder 20: Correspondence -- November 27, 1962
TLS. November 27, 1962. Richard Wilson, President of United Student Body of East Tennessee State College, to Richard Wilson. Envelope.

TLS. November 27, 1962. Art Ogle, Jr., President Macalester College Community Council of St. Paul, MN. Envelope.

Folder 21: Correspondence -- NO MONTH 1962
Clipping. Bill Smiley, "Sugar and Spice." Envelope postmarked 1962 Red Deer, Alberta, Canada with no return address to The President of the University of Mississippi Student Body.

TL. 1962. Mrs. Thomas Lee Smith of Chevy Chase, MD to President of the Senior Class, University of Mississippi. Enclosed: "Who Speaks for Dixie?" Envelope.

Folder 22: Correspondence -- January 1963
TLS. January 8, 1963. M.M. Duncan of Oroville, CA to Student Body University of Mississippi. Envelope.

TLS. January 8, 1963. Gladys Tyler in Washington, DC to the Students of the University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. January 8, 1963. Evangeline Best of North East, MD to President of Student Council (Freshman Class) University of Mississippi. Envelope.

ALS. January 24, 1963. An Old Scot in Australia to Students of Mississippi University.

TLS. January 7, 1963. Rex Brown of Jackson, MS to Dick Wilson. Envelope.

Folder 23: Correspondence -- May 1963
TLS. May 22, 1963. James O. Eastland, U.S. Senator, to Gray Jackson, Campus Senate University of Mississippi. Envelope.

Folder 24: Correspondence -- 1964
TLS. May 15, 1964. Cy Faneca, Chairman of Student Judical Council to Tom Hines. Envelope.

Folder 25: Correspondence -- NO DATE
TLS. No date. James Lowe, President of Student Council at Waynesburg College in Waynesburg, PA to The Student Body of the University of Mississippi.

Enclosed: pamphlet "Bits of Information for . . Christians -- 'Extreme Rightists' -- 'Featherheads'"; broadsheet "What Will Our Descendants Be? Anglo-Saxon or Mulatto???" (Ft. Lauderdale, FL: The White Sentinel); broadsheet "'Keep Christmas Out of Public Schools"; clipping "Mississippi U. Students Found Isolated in Culture and Outlook" New York Times (October 21, 1962). Envelope postmarked Los Angeles, CA addressed to Dick Wilson.

Enclosed: clipping "Power Rests in the Hands of Mississippi Students" [KY] Courier-Journal (October 2, 1962). Envelope postmarked Louisville, KY addressed to President Student Body University of Mississippi.

ALS. Mrs. G______ B. Ellis of Olympia, WA

TL. University of Minnesota Student Association to Student Body President [University of Mississippi]. Enclosed: petition of students at University of Minnesota to students at University of Mississippi.

Folder 26: Telegrams
Associated Students of the University of Colorado to University of Miss Student Government.

Margrove College Student Council of Detroit, MI to Student Body President.

Gregory Gallo, Student Body Pres. Univ. of Wis. to Student Body President.

Student Council Jewish Educational Center to Student Council University of Miss.

Student Council Keene Teachers College to Student Body President.

Harry P. Gamble in Nashville to President Student Body, Univ. of Miss.

Robert L. Taylor, President Mississippi State University Student Assn.

S.W. Ray of Shreveport to Student Body President University of Mississippi.

Two "Southern" Texans to Student Body President University of Mississippi.

Dozen Students University of North Carolina to Student Government President Univ. of Miss.

B. Barbrey of Washington, DC to Student Body, University of Mississippi.

Norman H. Bennett of San Leandro, CA to President of the Student Body, University of Mississippi.

Student Council Butler University Indianapolis to Student Council.

President Undergrad to President Students Council

Norman Uphoff University of Minn. to Student Body President, University of Miss.

Dr. Norman Mann of San Diego to President Student Government Assn.

Carl Gilbert, Robert Kernish, Curt Noel, Joan Zaret to Student Body President.

H. Inman Allen, President of the Student Government, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill to President of the Student Government Univ. of Miss.

Manchester Christian Association, Manchester College to University of Mississippi President of Community Government on Campus.

Mrs. Marion Sargent of Belmont, MA to Head of Student Body, University of Mississippi.

Michael Vosse, President Student Government Shimer College, Mt. Carroll, IL to President of Students, University of Mississippi.

The Student Body Bard College to Students of University of Mississippi.

President of the Student Body of Indiana University to Student Body President.

Martha and George Justice to President of the Student Council, Oxford, Mississippi.

Student Body of Webster College of St. Louis, MO to Student Government Assn. University of Mississippi.

Mrs. Elizabeth C. Parker of Falls Church, VA to Student Council, Univ. of Miss.

Rutgers College Student Council to President of the University of Mississippi Student Body.

Mrs. Alice R. Sorbo of Los Angeles, CA to President of Student Body.

Student Senate Uri Kingston, RI to President Student Government.

Elliott Sclar, Student Council President Hofstra College Hempstead, NY to Richard Wilson.

Student Government of the State University at Cortland to President of the Student Government, University of Mississippi.

Richard Henry Lee, President IFC Georgia Tech Class of 59 to President Student Body.

Mary and John Sheehan to Student Body President of Univ. of Miss.

Clyde Barrington of Raleigh, NC to Student Council, University of Mississippi.

Kenneth Martin Wiley to Student Council University of Mississippi.

Nancy J. Viola, Pres. of Student Council of St. John's U.C. School of Ed. And College of Pharmacy to President of Student Body of the University of Miss.

Wm. C. Kincaid, President, and Niles F. Verm, Charman of Human Relation. To President Student Council.

Hastings Democratic Club, Hastings College of Law, San Francisco to Associated Students of University of Mississippi Law School.

Student Council Farleigh Dickenson University Teaneck, NJ to Student Body President.

Elizabeth Davis to Editor of School Newspaper Oxford, Miss.

J. Lacey Reynolds, Phi Psi Delta, Vanderbilt to Phi Kappa Psi Univ. of Miss.

College of St. Rose to Student Body President.

Robert E. Lee's Ghost to Student Body.

Miss Barbara Bennett, Secretary Alma Mater Society University of British Columbia to Student Council.

John W. Beard Leland Stanford to President Student Body University of Mississippi.

Edward J. Meaney, President Student Government, and Joan A. Kiernan, Vice President Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater, MA

Student Senate University of Denver to Student Body President.

1963 Dacotah Annual, University of North Dakota to Student Body President.

Associated Students of Marlyhurst College to Student Body President.

USNSA CORE Committee Taylor University to Student Body President and Student News Paper Editor.

Mary Ann McCallister, President, Paula Schutte, Vice President, Mary Ann Beuthin, Secretary, Shiela Fitzgerald , Treasurer, Helen McCauslin, NSA Coordinator to Student Body President.

Student Body Colby Junior College to Student Body President.

Wallace College Berea, OH to President of Student Body of the University of Mississippi.

Harl R. Douglass, Lecturer and Author, to President Student Body.

Norma Sorenson to President of the Student Body.

B. Wagner of Franklin, MI to President of Student Council.

A Yankee to Mississippi University Students.

Students Assn, University of Tex., to Student Body Pres. at the Univ. of Mississippi.

Student Council Uiv of Redlands, Redlands, CA to Student Council.

Darryl D. Enos, President, Associated Students, Sacramento State College, to Student Body President.

Student Congregation University Christian Church by Authorization Student Congregation Board to President of Student Senate

St. Mary's College, Notre Dame, Indiana to Student Council.

Kenneth Martin Riley to 1st Secretary President Student Council of Miss.

Mrs. D.C. Joseph to President of Student Body.

Mary Hammond and Friends to President Student Body.

Mary Hammond and Others to President Student Body University of Mississippi.

L.J. Harper President to Student Council.

Students of the University of Minnesota Morris as Represented by the General Assembly of Student Government to Students of the University of Mississippi.

Dick Mendenhall, Editorial Dir. WSB Radio and Television Atlanta to Pres Student Body University of Mississippi.

George McLanahan of Honolulu to President of Student Body.

Folder 27: Envelopes (empty)

BOX 4
Folder 1: Common Sense (August 1, 1958)

Folder 2: Common Sense (June 15, 1962)

Folder 3: The Thunderbolt: The White Man's Viewpoint (July 1962)

Folder 4: The Thunderbolt: The White Man's Viewpoint (September 1962)

Folder 5: New Mexico Lobo (September 27, 1962). 5 copies.

Folder 6: The Crusader (Baton Rouge, LA, c.1962).

Folder 7: Typed manuscript "In the United States District Court for the Jackson Division of the Southern District of Mississippi: James Howard Meredith . . v. Charles Dickson Fair, President of the Board of Trustees of the State Institutions of Higher Learning, et. al." Date stamped September 14, 1962. 4 pages.

Folder 8: Broadside: "River of United Peace in America" (Baton Rouge, LA). 2 copies.

Folder 9: The Aryan Views + White Folk News
4 July 1962
10 September 1962
1 October 1962
2 October 1962
5 October 1962
1 December 1962
and 3 different issues with no dates

Folder 10: "September-October Bulletin by Charles B. Hudson" (Englewood, CO; October 23, 1962).

Folder 11: Carbon Typed Manuscript "This is to advise you that the Board of Trustees . ." 2 pages.

Folder 12: Miscellaneous Literature Received
Pamphlet. "Brotherhood Religion" by Joe Arnold (Cambridge, MA: n.d.).

Broadsheet. "Please!" (Los Angeles, CA: Common Sense, n.d.).

Broadsheet. "It's Also Your Problem!" (Los Angeles, CA: American Birthright Committee, n.d.).

Broadsheet. "Wake Up! Christians -- Gentiles -- Patriots" (Los Angeles, CA: Keep America Committee, n.d.).

Broadside. "International Press News Brief, June 5, 1985" (Los Angeles, CA: K.A.C., n.d.). 2 copies.

Broadside. "$1,600 Per Person" (Brooklyn, NY: National States Rights Party, c.1962). 2 copies.

Daily Training Bulletin (Los Angeles Police Department) 5 (October 29, 1962).

Printed postcard to President John F. Kennedy.

Broadside. "From now on tell your WHITE CHILDREN"

Broadside. "I'am fo integration"

Broadside. "Editorial. By What Authority Do They Speak?" (reprinted from The Progressive Farmer, October 1962).

Chain Letter. "The Black Speckled Banner"

Sticker. "Segregation is morally right"

Sticker. "Hey Kids, Segregation is morally right"

Stamps. "Fight Communism"

Folder 13: Untitled petition. 2 pages.

Folder 14: Newspaper clippings

Folder: The Saturday Evening Post (November 10, 1962)


Items removed from the collection for cataloging:

"A Guide for Thought and Action in Race Relations: A Statement by the Gainsville-Hall County Ministerial Association, Approved April 28, 1958, Gainsville, Georgia." (Gainsville, GA: The Daily Times, c.1958).

"When Virginia Joined the Union: A Backward Look at the Powerful Prophecy of Men Who Foresaw in 1788 the Trend of Events in 1963" (Richmond, VA: Virginia Commission on Constitutional Government, c.1963).

Professor W. George, Race, Heredity, and Civilisation: Human Progress and the Race Problem (London: Britons Publishing Society, 1961). 2 copies.

White Fathers Missions 9 (November 1962).