1965 Aug. 2
Holly Springs (Miss.) - Imogene sends everyone's regards.
Holly Springs (Miss.) - Imogene read about Gloria in the "Freedom Paper."
Holly Springs (Miss.) - Imogene asks for paper and pencils; he wants to meet Gloria's students.
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.
1965 Mar. 24
Holly Springs (Miss.) - James is working full-time for the movement. He asks for a copy of the play "Seeds of Freedom" and asks for financial support.
1965 Feb. 15
Cobb, Charleane Hill
Blue Mountain (Miss.) - Charleane talks about the Freedom School play. She gives an update on many of the people they work with.
1964 Dec. 3
Hyannis (Mass.) - Ellie is excited about the "Seeds of Freedom" play, but asks if the students might be able to come later, in the summer when Ellie has had a chance to plan for it.
1964 Mar. 2
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.
1964 Oct. 20
Johnson, Mary E.
Milford (N.H.) - At a inter-church council meeting in Milford, New Hampshire, a stenographer is touched by a Harvard student's plea for the Freedom School in Holly Springs. She writes to Gloria about supporting her personally.