Clark, Gloria Xifaras, 1942-
Benton County (Miss.) - Gloria outlines teaching for seven to ten year olds in Benton County, including objectives and specific areas like reading, writing, music and games, and core curriculum.
Allen, Chude Pamela, 1943-
Holly Springs (Miss.) - Pam sends this rough draft of a letter to Staughton Lynd to her parents. She asks them to send copies Mr. Shaw at the New Hope Gazette and to the Doylestown Intelligencer to be published. Among other things, Pam talks about teaching students the inspiring story of the fight for Haitian independence, her religion classes and her nonviolence classes.
1968 Sept. 17
Holly Springs (Miss.) - Imogene writes about school and family. The letter cuts off.
1964 – 1965
Council of Federated Organizations (U.S.)
Mississippi - The Council of Federated Organizations (C.O.F.O.) extends it Mississippi Summer Project into a year-round project. Programs include Freedom Schools; voter registration; federal, literacy, medical and legal programs, as well as libraries.
Rutherford, Linda Fay
Holly Springs (Miss.) - Linda Fay, a student, writes about the Mississippi Freedom School.
1965 May 24
Holly Springs (Miss.) - Marjorie is moving. Imogene asks for a picture of her and Gloria. Imogene talks about school.
1996 Jan. 15
Sellers, Cleveland, 1944-
Mississippi - Cleve calls on the "Holly Springs gang" to help him submit an article to the Cultural Center for Social Change as they prepare to publish an anthology of the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement.
1965 Dec. 11
Smith, Louise D.
New Bedford (Mass.) - Louise suggests having the students sell candy bars to raise money.