skip navigation  The Library of Congress >> Research Centers
AFC Logo
The American Folklife Center
Connect with us:   Blog Blog  |  Facebook Facebook  |  Podcasts Podcasts   RSS RSS  | Video Webcasts
 home >> Civil Rights History Project >> Survey of Collections and Repositories >> Collections >> Collection Record

The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories

Howell Raines oral history tapes and related papers

Repository: Birmingham Public Library. Department of Archives & Manuscripts

Collection Description (Extant): These interviews were conducted by Howell Raines for his book "My Soul is Rested."

Access Copy Note: Though this collection is currently closed for public access upon the donor's request, a preliminary inventory exists for this collection.

Existing IDs: AR 740

Language: English

Interviewees: Ralph Abernathy, T. M. Alexander Sr., Ben Allen, Ivan Allen Jr., Harry Alston, James Austin, Brandy Ayres, Wilson Baker, Marion Barry, Nelson Benton, Randolph Blackwell, Willie Bolden, Julian Bond, William Holmes Boarders, Harry Bowie, Wiley Branton, Owen Brooks, Ben Brown, Helen Bullard, C. C. Bryant, John Calhoun, Charles Cobb, Warren Cochrane, Stoney Cooks, Dorothy Cotton, Courtland Cox, Connie Curry, Dave Dennis, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Dan Dougherty, Andrew Durgan, Glen V. Evans, James Farmer, Johnny Ford, Tas Ford, Ben Fortson, Ed Gardner, Ann Gholson, Thomas Gilmore, Dick, Gregory, Lawrence Guyot, Cody Hall, Leon Hall, Fannie Lou Hamer, Grace Hamilton, William Harbour, Roy V. Harris, Tony Heffernon, Prudence Herndon, Joe Holloway, Donald Hollowell, Hamilton Horton, William Bradford Huie, Ruby Hurley, Marie Jemison, Herbert Jenkins, J. T. Johnson, Mary Dora Jones, Vivian Malone Jones, Nicholas Katzenbach, Lonnie King, Martin Luther King Sr., John Lewis, Ingmar Lindmarker, Everett Little, Joseph E. Lowery, Franklin McCain, Ollie McClung Jr., J. E. "Billy" McKinney, Chris McNair, Andrew Marrisett, Yancey Martin, Neil Maxwell, Benjamin Mays, James H. Meredith, Amzie Moore, Chuck Morgan, Bobbie Morthland, Dick Morthland, E. D. Nixon, John T. [?], Pauline Knight Ofous, Rosa Parks, James Paschal, Eugene Patterson, John Patterson, Robert Patterson, Annelle Ponder, Laurie Pritchett, Bobby Rowan, Bayard Rustin, Mrs. James Ryan, Rita Samuels, C. A. Scott, Bobby Shelton, Arthur Shores, Fred L. Shuttlesworth, John Sibley, Stephen Sills, Charles R. Sims, Claude Sitton, Sid Smyer Sr., J. B. Stoner, Sol Tepper, Hank Thomas, Hartman Turnbow, Albert Turner, Elbert Tuttle, Richard Valeriani, Nannie Washburn, "Doc" Watson, Sheyann Webb, Charles Weltner, Hosea Williams, Abraham Woods, Andrew Young

Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights


African American civil rights workers
Civil rights movements--Southern States




  Back to Top


 home >> Civil Rights History Project >> Survey of Collections and Repositories >> Collections >> Collection Record

  The Library of Congress >> Research Centers
   May 15, 2015
Legal | External Link Disclaimer

Contact Us:
Ask a Librarian