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Finding-Aid for the Lucy Turnbull Collection (MUM00450)

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Descriptive Summary
PURL:
http://purl.oclc.org/umarchives/MUM00450/
Creator:
Turnbull, Lucy
Title:
Lucy Turnbull Collection.
Inclusive Dates:
1962-1987
Materials in:
English
Abstract:
Collection contains pamphlets, reports, correspondence, minutes, newsletters, clippings, magazines, and newspapers related to various councils and committees in Mississippi. Items were created 1962-1987.
Quantity:
2 boxes.
Number:
MUM00450
Location:
C-9 (1 box) & G-10 (1 oversized box).
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:
Lucy Turnbull Collection (MUM00450). The Department of Archives and Special Collections, J.D. Williams Library, The University of Mississippi.

Scope and Contents Note
Collection contains pamphlets, reports, correspondence, minutes, newsletters, clippings, magazines, and newspapers related to various councils and committees in Mississippi. Items were created 1962-1987.

Restrictions
Access Restrictions
Open.
Use Restriction
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.

Container List
LUCY TURNBULL COLLECTION
BOX 1

Folder No.:

1. MISSISSIPPI COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS:

Pamphlet "Americans are Law-Abiding Citizens," August 1964 re: Civil Rights Act of 1964.

Southern Regional Council report, "Law Enforcement in Mississippi," 14 July 1964.

Pamphlet, "Service for All Citizens," circa 1964, re: Civil Rights Act 1964.

Pamphlet "Beauty of Ashes," circa 1964, re: rebuilding of burned churches.

Fact Sheet from the MCHR on "How You Can Use the Civil Rights Act of 1964."

T. L. S. (xerography) Donald A. Thompson, Secretary MCHR, to "Dear Friend," 22 July 1964.

T. L. S. Duncan Gray, Jr. t, President of Mississippi Council on Human Relations to "Dear Friend," 3 September 1964.

Broadside for MCHR Meeting, 10 November 1964.

Broadside entitled "Jottings" from Donald A. Thompson, Secretary of MCHR, 12 January 1965.

T. L. S. (xerography) Kenneth Dean, Executive Director of MCHR to Dr. Lucy Turnbull, 2 April 1965.

The Interpreter, 4 issues circa 1965-1966.

T. L. S. Bill Silver, Associate Director MCHR, to "Dear Professor," 1 February 1966.

T. L. (xerography) Kenneth Dean, Executive Director of MCHR to "Dear Council Member," 17 November 1966 and Constitution of MCHR.

T. N. Kenneth L. Dean, n. d. with two speeches by Gov. John Bell Williams, 21 May 1970 and 4 June 1970.

T. L. (xerography) Kenneth L. Dean, Executive Director MCHR, to "Dear Friend," 27 July 1970 with report of federal grand jury charges from Jackson State College riot, 29 June 1970.

T. L. S. (xerography) J. W. Carroll, President of MCHR, to "Dear Friend," 17 August 1970 with Statement by Mayor Russell Davis in response to Hinds County Grand Jury Report, 31 July 1970.

T. L. (xerography) Kenneth L. Dean, Executive Director of MCHR, to "Dear Friend," 10 August 1970, with Grand Jury report on Jackson State College riot, July 1970.

Broadsheet re: MCHR upcoming meetings, n. d.

2. OXFORD COUNCIL ON HUMAN RELATIONS:

Minutes of General Meeting, 24 June 1966.

By-Laws Suggested by the State Council on Human Relations as adopted and amended, Spring 1967.

List of suggestions to Oxford Board of Aldermen, Chamber of Commerce, School Board and Board of Supervisors from OCHR, n. d.

Suggested By-Laws for Local Affiliates of State Councils on Human Relations, n. d.

Officers and Board Members of OCHR, n. d.

3. SOUTHERN STUDENT ORGANIZING COMMITTEE:

Newsletter, January 1965 (Volume 2, No. 1).

New South Student, November 1965 (Volume 2, No. 6).

New South Student, February 1966 (Volume 3, No. 2).

New South Student, May 1966 (Volume 3, No. 5).

4. CONGRESS OF RACIAL EQUALITY:

Receipt for $5 contribution from Lucy Turnbull to CORE, 13 June 1963.

Core-lator, July-August, 1964; September-October 1964; May- June 1965.

T. L. S. Albert D. Moore, Treasurer of CORE, to "Dear Friend of CORE," n. d.


5. MISSISSIPPI COUNCIL OF FEDERATED ORGANIZATIONS (COFO):

T. L. S. (xerography) Aaron E. Henry, President, Mississippi COFO, to "Dear Supporter of the MCHR," 21 April 1964.

Report "What is COFO?" (Mississippi: Structure of the Movement and Present Operations," n. d.

6. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF UNIVERSITY PROFESSORS:

Mimeograph copy of list of signers of statement adopted by Mississippi Chapter of AAUP, 3 October 1962.

Mimeograph copy of partial list of telegrams and letters received regarding statement October 3, 1962 Issued by UM Chapter AAUP.

AAUP Bulletin, December 1962.

Resolution adopted by UM Chapter of AAUP, 9 April 1963.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, Secretary of AAUP, UM Chapter, to Chancellor J. D. Williams, 9 October 1963.

T. L. (carbon), Lucy Turnbull, Secretary-Treasurer of AAUP, UM Chapter, to Professor H. Wynn Rickey, President of South- Central Modern Language Association, 12 October 1963.

T. L. S. Chancellor J. D. Williams to UM Chapter, AAUP, 24 October 1963.

T. L. (carbon) Officers of UM Chapter, AAUP, to Chancellor J. D. Williams, 22 June 1965 and mimeograph copy of resolution drafted by UM Chapter, AAUP.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, Secretary of UM Chapter, AAUP, to Chancellor J. D. Williams, 8 July 1965.

Carbon copy of minutes of UM Chapter, AAUP, 13 October 1966 and handwritten notes for meeting.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, Secretary to Mr. Jerry Doolittle, Editor of Daily Mississippian, 20 November 1968.

Carbon copy of minutes of AAUP Meeting, UM Chapter, 24 February 1970.

7. CLIPPINGS.

8. MISCELLANEOUS:

Pamphlet "Oxford: A Warning for Americans," October 1962.

T. L. S. Mrs. Arthur M. Sherwood, Bryn Mawr College Alumnae Association, to Lucy Turnbull, 2 December 1962.

Resolution adopted by Faculty of UM, 6 December 1962 with commendation of Sidna Brower.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, to Mrs. Sherwood, 7 December 1962.

T. L. S. Mrs. Arthur M. Sherwood, Princeton, to Lucy Turnbull, 9 December 1962.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, to Mrs. Sherwood, 13 December 1962.

"A Southern Observance," circa 1963 or 1964.

A. L. S. Elaine Marks, Institute for Research in the Humanities, Madison, Wisconsin, to Lucy Turnbull, 28 February 1963.

T. L. (carbon) [Lucy Turnbull] to Dr. Jane Martin, Cambridge, Massachusetts, 1 March 1963.

T. L. (carbon) Elaine Marks, from Lucy Turnbull, 2 March 1963.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, to Editor of Daily Mississippian, 11 April 1963 re: G. Ray Kerciu.

Presidential Address by Professor James Silver delivered before the Southern Historical Association, Ashville, North Carolina, 7 November 1963 on subject of "Mississippi: The Closed Society."

Pamphlet for Mississippi Summer Project, circa 1964.

Prospectus for Mississippi Freedom Summer, 1964.

Typescript of Anti-Picketing Law Passed in Mississippi to Combat Civil Rights Activities, 1964.

"The South Will Rise Again," circa 1964.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, to Dr. H. Lloyd Stow, 18 March 1966.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, to Editor of Mississippian, 5 April 1968.

T. L. (carbon) Lucy Turnbull, to James Silver, 15 March 1969.

Program for service commemorating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., 19 January 1987, Oxford, Mississippi.

Anthem to Ross Barnett, n. d.

Pages 25/26 from unidentified publication regarding Mississippi political system, n. d.


BOX 2 (Oversize)

Mississippi Free Press (in folder), 13 June 1964.
" 27 June 1964.
" 4 July 1964.
" 11 July 1964.
" 18 July 1964.
" 25 July 1964.
" 1 August 1964.


The Southern Patriot (in folder), December 1962.


Commercial Appeal (Memphis), 22 September 1962.
" 23 September 1962.
" 24 September 1962.
" 25 September 1962.
" 26 September 1962
" 27 September 1962
" 28 September 1962.
" 29 September 1962.
" 30 September 1962.
" 1 October 1962.
" 2 October 1962.
" 3 October 1962.
" 4 October 1962.
" 5 October 1962.
" 6 October 1962.
" 7 October 1962.
" 8 October 1962.
" 9 October 1962.
" 10 October 1962.
" 11 October 1962.
" 23 November 1963.
" 25 November 1963.
" 26 November 1963.