Gallery view

1965 Aug. 2

Reaves, Imogene

Letter from Imogene Reaves to Gloria Xifaras Clark

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Imogene sends everyone's regards.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964

Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-

Letter from Chude Pamela Parker Allen to her parents

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Pam talks about her students and the school. Topics include a schedule of her typical day, some of her personal relationships, integration at a local church, things she needs, financial support, and local arrests. "There is no doubt in my mind that this is worth dying for."

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1966

Roberson, Diana

Letter from Diana Roberson to Gloria Xifaras Clark

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Diana tells Gloria about the plan strike of the school bus drivers of the Marshal County Freedom Labor Union. She asks for support, talks about move to 200 Rust Avenue, and the Freedom School play.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965 Feb. 15

Cobb, Charleane Hill

Letter from Charleane Hill to Gloria Xifaras Clark

Blue Mountain (Miss.) - Charleane talks about the Freedom School play. She gives an update on many of the people they work with.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1995

Biography of Gloria Xifaras Clark

New Bedford (Mass.) - A short history of Gloria Xifaras Clark, her work in Mississippi, and her life afterwards.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964

Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-

Letter from Chude Pamela Parker Allen to her parents

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Pam refers to her decision not to go with Dan to Atlanta, and that true love is freeing rather than stifling.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 June 30

Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-

Letter from Chude Pamela Parker Allen to Mom and Dad

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Pam writes about the Oxford Conference. She expresses strong emotions pertaining to the Civil Rights Movement.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 Aug. 6

Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-

Letter from Chude Pamela Parker Allen to her parents

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Pam writes about the deaths of three civil rights workers in Mississippi: Andrew Goodman, Michael Schwerner, and James Chaney. She talks about the stressful conditions she lives and works in, and the prejudices she faces for being female and white. Two movement members were in a car accident, one was killed, the other injured.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 Mar. 2

Hill, Charleane

Letter from Charleane Hill to Gloria Xifaras Clark

Blue Mountain (Miss.) - Charleane talks about the Freedom School play. She is glad Gloria has found a job. A local boy went into a restaurant in Ripley and was served without any trouble.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964

Council of Federated Organizations (U.S.)

Memorandum from Mississippi Summer Project Staff to Mississippi Community Center Workers

Jackson (Miss.) - An overview of the summer community center project. Planned programs include a library, day care, as well as help with citizenship, literacy, federal programs, home improvement and vocational training.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers