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Letter to President Lyndon B. Johnson from James R. Grover, Jr., a member of Congress at the time. Blind copied on the letter is Robert Masters. Letter is dated July 2, 1964 and is in regards to the violence occurring in Mississippi at the time.

Postcard from friends of Robert Nestle sent to him while he was working as a volunteer with the Mississippi Freedom Project helping to organize the Freedom Democratic Party.

Robert Masters graduated from Queens College in 1966; at age 20 he spent seven weeks in Greenwood, Mississippi as a volunteer in the Freedom Summer of 1964. The collection includes newspaper and magazine articles, color snapshots, letters in which…

In this letter, Robert Masters discusses the importance of his work as a volunteer with the Mississippi Freedom Project helping to organize the Freedom Democratic Party, which is intended to challenge the state's traditional Democratic delegation,…

This license plate was issued for Leflore County, MS, in 1964. It is likely from a car driven by Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee workers.
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