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Title Work

Title No: 4759

Title: African American girls in a freedom school

Medium: Documentation

Original Medium: Photograph

Date: 1964 (Created)

Original Summary:
Two African-American girls look out the window of a "Freedom School." The girl at left wears a hat and smiles. The girl at right has a name tag that reads [Illegible] Hall Pascag-," possibly Pascagoula, Mississippi. The "Freedom Schools" were set up by the  Council of Federated Organizations (COFO) in the summer of 1964.

Countries of Origin: U.S.A.

Subjects: African Americans--Suffrage--History--20th century; Associations, institutions, etc.; Mississippi; Schools--Mississippi; Mississippi--Social conditions; Civil rights workers--Mississippi; Suffrage--Mississippi; African Americans--Civil rights--History--20th century.; African Americans--Suffrage--United States--History--20th century; Mississippi Freedom Project; Freedom Schools (Miss.); African Americans--Suffrage- Mississippi.; African Americans--Civil rights- Mississippi; Mississippi--Race relations

Name As Subjects: Council of Federated Organizations

CompilerBlackside, Inc.
Source of MaterialProducer Services Group, Inc.
Copyright ClaimantThompson, Ken
Copyright ClaimantUnited Methodist Board of Global Ministries

Items x3

4759-1Photographic : B&W Photographic Prints 
4759-2Photographic : B&W Photographic Print on Foam Core Board 
4759-3Photographic : B&W safety film negative 

Contained By x3

Title NoTitle
5777Association of Research Libraries exhibition
15019Remembering Mississippi Freedom Summer
13411Eyes on the prize [stock photos]