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Colom, Will, 1950-

Letter from Wilbur Colom to Gloria Xifaras Clark

Mississippi - Wilbur writes about his visit to Ripley, Mississippi. He expresses that he has put a lot of faith into Gloria.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

2003 Aug. 15

Clark, Gloria Xifaras, 1942-

Letter from Gloria Xifaras Clark and Larry Rubin to Marjorie and William Taylor

New Bedford (Mass.) - Larry and Gloria write about the upcoming Holly Springs Civil Rights Celebration.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1992 Mar. 30

Cobb, Charleane Hill

Letter from Charleane Hill to Gloria Xifaras Clark

Blue Mountain (Miss.) - SNCC is moving out of Holly Springs, Mississippi, as there are currently no projects going on there.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers


Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.)

Final Reports: Mississippi Summer Project

Holly Springs (Miss.) - An introduction to the final reports on the Mississippi Summer Project in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers


Nasif, Marian

Notes on Holly Springs, Mississippi

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Marion's thoughts on creating change in Holly Springs, Mississippi.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

1964 Dec. 1

Sellers, Cleveland, 1944-

Letters from Cleveland Sellers to Jesse Morris and James Forman

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Cleve discusses their financial dilemma, and the decision to close down the Holly Springs Project effective December 4, 1964.

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers


Walker, Rita

Meeting the Freedom Workers

Holly Springs (Miss.) - Rita is excited to meet the "freedom riders" who have finally arrived in Holly Springs. "I will stick with you all like a stamp sticks to a letter."

Gloria Xifaras Clark Papers

2013 Aug. 15 –

Thelwell, Michael

Ekwueme Michael Thelwell: oral history with Daniel Chard

Pelham (Mass.) - Interview with Ekwueme Michael Thelwell, civil rights activist, writer, and professor of Afro American Studies at UMass Amherst. Graduating from Howard University, work with SNCC and Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party, ending at UMass after getting an invitation in 1965 from Sidney Kaplan and following an FBI interview threatening to deport him back to Jamaica if he w... more

UMass Amherst Oral History Collection