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Ellery T. Cook collection

Repository: Birmingham Civil Rights Institute (Birmingham, Ala.)

Collection Description (Extant): This collection contains notes, transcripts, letters and a final seminar paper resulting from an oral history project undertaken by Ellery T. Cook. Cook was a senior at Birmingham-Southern College in 1995. The project was conducted under the supervision of Dr. Edward LaMonte, Ellery's professor at Birmingham-Southern and a founding member of the BCRI Board of Directors. Cook's project focused on the perspectives of White individuals from her hometown of Montgomery who experienced the integration of public schools there.

Date(s): 1995

Digital Status: Unknown

Existing IDs: 97-070

Extent: 13 folders

Finding Aid: Collection inventory available within repository's general collection guide

Language: English

Interviewees: Becky Cook, Betsy Kopecky, Chip Armstrong, Michael Spanos, Mary Ann McLemore, Dr. John Hendrix, Amy Blackwood, Dudley Long

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

Subjects:

School integration--Alabama--Montgomery
Segregation in education--Alabama--Montgomery
Whites--Alabama

Genres:

Transcripts

 

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