The Civil Rights History Project: Survey of Collections and Repositories
Phillips (Mamie L.) civil rights memoir
Repository: University of Southern Mississippi. McCain Library and Archives
Collection Description (Extant): The Mamie L. Phillips' Civil Rights Memoir is a two-page typed memoir of Mrs. Phillip's experiences as an African American in a segregated society, and the consequences associated with being a civil rights activist. She mentions a visit to Hattiesburg by civil rights activist Aaron Henry, and the fire-bombing of Vernon Dahmer's home.
Date(s): A recollection of the 1960s, written in 1998
Existing IDs: M 383
Extent: Typescript (2 pg)
Finding Aid URL: http://www.lib.usm.edu/legacy/archives/m383.htm
Related Archival Items: Fairley, J. C., and Phillips, Mamie and Charles. An Oral History with J. C. Fairley, Mamie Phillips, and Charles Phillips. Vol. 711, Hattiesburg: University of Southern Mississippi, 1998.
M328 Goodman (Jill Wakeman) Civil Rights Collection ("Journey to Mississippi", Summer 1966)
Interviewees: Mamie L. Phillips
Rights (CRHP): Contact the repository which holds the collection for information on rights
African American women civil rights workers--Mississippi
Civil rights movements--Mississippi
Dahmer, Vernon Ferdinand, 1908-1966