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Gallery view

1965

Merrill, Marjorie

Antioch Church (Blue Mountain, Miss.) after reconstruction (view of the front and spire)

Blue Mountain (Miss.) - The church was burned in October 1964 after announcing that Fannie Lou Hamer would speak there on civil rights. From a series of photos taken by civil rights worker Marjorie Merrill during and after Mississippi Freedom Summer.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965

Merrill, Marjorie

Civil rights workers inside Freedom House, including Gloria Xifaras Clark (standing left), Kathy Dahl (seated, 2d from the right), and U.Z. Nunnally (seated far right)

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Civil rights workers relaxing on a sofa inside Freedom House, Holly Springs. From a series of photos taken by civil rights worker Marjorie Merrill during and after Mississippi Freedom Summer.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965

Marjorie Merrill playing ping pong with children on porch of Rust Avenue house rented by the Congress of Federated Organizations (COFO)

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Merrill and children on the porch of a house used by civil rights workers in Holly Springs, Miss., down the road from Freedom House. From a series of photos taken by civil rights worker Marjorie Merrill during and after Mississippi Freedom Summer.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965

Merrill, Marjorie

Unidentified children playing ping pong on porch of Rust Avenue house rented by the Congress of Federated Organizations (COFO)

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Children on the porch of a house used by civil rights workers in Holly Springs, Miss., down the road from Freedom House. From a series of photos taken by civil rights worker Marjorie Merrill during and after Mississippi Freedom Summer.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965

Merrill, Marjorie

Laura Strong and Charleane Hill Cobb (l. to r.), civil rights workers in norther Mississippi

Blue Mountain (Miss.) - Note voter registration broadsides on wall in the background. From a series of photos taken by civil rights worker Marjorie Merrill during and after Mississippi Freedom Summer.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1965

Merrill, Marjorie

Children standing by a ping pong table on porch of Rust Avenue house rented by the Congress of Federated Organizations (COFO)

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Group of children on the porch of a house used by civil rights workers in Holly Springs, Miss., down the road from Freedom House. From a series of photos taken by civil rights worker Marjorie Merrill during and after Mississippi Freedom Summer.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 Nov. 2

Furr, E.S.

Letter from E.S. Furr to John R. McDonald

Ripley (Miss.) - Reverend E.S. Furr of the First Methodist Church in Ripley, MI sends a check for $33.69 for the Antioch Church Building Fund, which was taken at the Communion offering. He offers his sympathy for the destruction of their church building and prays that "the misguided people who burned it would come to the realization of the purpose of Christian living."

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers