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Letter from Jim Heany of the National Park Service regarding the rack card on S.C.O.P.E., a part of the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.

Copy of cover page and excerpt from The SCOPE of Freedom: The Leadership of Hosea Williams with Dr. King's Summer '65 Student Volunteers. Page excerpt lists volunteers associated with SCOPE including Dean Savage and Mickey (Moshe) Shur. Moshe Shur…

Rack card on S.C.O.P.E., a part of the Selma to Montgomery National Historic Trail.

This newsletter talks about the collaboration between the history department and the Columbia-Barnard Democratic Club to get students and faculty involved with the SCOPE project. SCOPE sought out volunteers to help with projects over the summer in…

This is a photograph of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. addressing SCOPE volunteers at their orientation in Atlanta, GA, on June 15, 1965. The speech Dr. King delivered was entitled "Why Are You Here?"

SCOPE volunteer and an unidentified child napping in the house where most of the Columbia University SCOPE volunteers stayed during the summer of 1965 (746 Amelia Street, Orangeburg, SC).

The SCOPE Project was an initiative of the Southern…

SCOPE volunteers and friends eating dinner in the house where most of the Columbia University SCOPE volunteers stayed during the summer of 1965 (746 Amelia Street, Orangeburg, SC)

The SCOPE Project was an initiative of the Southern Christian…

Unidentified children on the back porch of the house where most of the Columbia University SCOPE volunteers stayed during the summer of 1965 (746 Amelia Street, Orangeburg, SC).

The SCOPE Project was an initiative of the Southern Christian…

SCOPE volunteer Sarah L. Oakes with two local children in the house where most of the Columbia University SCOPE volunteers stayed during the summer of 1965 (746 Amelia Street, Orangeburg, SC).

The SCOPE Project was an initiative of the Southern…

Orangeburg County Courthouse, 138 Docket Street, Orangeburg, SC.

On August 2, 1965, protesters refused to leave the courthouse after voter registration books had been closed for the day. Court was closing early to slow the pace of Black…
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