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Will the circle be unbroken?

Repository: Emory University. Manuscript, Archives, and Rare Book Library

Collection Description (CRHP): Series 1 and Series 2 contain transcripts and tapes of interviews conducted by the Southern Regional Council (SRC) as well as transcripts and tapes from other archival repositories.

Collection Description (Extant): Program files and sound recordings from the award winning radio documentary, "Will the Circle Be Unbroken?: An Audio History of the Civil Rights Movement in Five Southern Communities and the Music of Those Times," produced by the Southern Regional Council (SRC). The collections consists of interview transcripts, audiovisual materials, scripts, program research files, and production files.

Access Copy Note: All requests subject to limitations noted in departmental policies on reproduction. Special restrictions also apply: The collection contains some copies of original materials held by other institutions; these copies may not be reproduced without the permission of the owner of the originals. Use copies have not been made for the audiovisual materials at this time. Researchers must contact MARBL in advance for access to these materials.

Date(s): 1956-1998

Existing IDs: No. 934

Finding Aid URL: http://findingaids.library.emory.edu/documents/src-circle934/ External Link

Language: English

Interviewees: Ronald Baylor, Fay Bellamy, Charles Black, Dorothy Bolden, Julian Bond, Joe Boone, Ed Brown, W.L. Calloway, Brenda Hill Cole, Connie Curry, Morris Dillard, Gene Ferguson, Austin Ford, James Forman, Shirley Franklin, George Goodwin, Margie Pitts Hames, Donald Hollowell, Carl C. Hubbard, Martha Jackson, Maynard H. Jackson, Jondell Johnson, Leroy Johnson, George King, Lonnie King, Pat LaHatte, John Letson, Ralph A. Long, Ethel M. Mathews, Daniel Mitchell, John B. Morris, Nan Orrock, Frances Pauley, Mary Sanford, Claude Sitton, C. Miles Smith, Horace Tate, Robert Thompson, Elbert P. Tuttle, Alice Holmes Washington, Hosea Williams, Marianne Smith Wilson, Stanley Wise, Robert Zellner, Bruce C. Bailey, Harry Briggs, Eliza Briggs, W. R. Cauthen, James L. Felder, Billie S. Fleming, Hattie Fruster, Benjamin Glover, Philip Grose, Jr., John Harper, II, James Hinton, Jr., Lincoln Jenkins, Jr., Minnie W. Johnson, James T. McCain, John McCray, Raymond L. Morton, Anne Newman, I. DeQuincy Newman, Matthew J. Perry, Jr., James Melvin Redfern, Jr., David W. Robinson, Cleveland L. Sellers, Jr., Frank B. Washington, Jr., Oliver Washington, Sr., A. P. Williams, William D. Workman, James Anderson, Samuel Bailey, Howard McGlothin Bandele, James C. Bradford, Colia Liddell Clark, Lewis Liddell, Charlie Cobb, Ivanhoe Donaldson, Courtland Cox, Dave Dennis, Doris Derby, Lawrence Guyot, Casey Haden, Emmie Adams, Constance Slaughter Harvey, Aaron Henry, Winson Hudson, Erle Johnston, Edwin King, Henry Jay Kirksey, Charles McDew, Robert Moses, Hazel Palmer, John R. Salter, Frank Smith, Robert Smith, Hollis Watkins, Aurela Norris Young, Gene Young, Wiley Branton, Jr., Bobby Brown, Emmajean Brown, Walter Clancy, Elijah Coleman, J.F. Cooley, Bob Douglas, Edwin Eagle Dunaway, Jean Gordon, Jean Gordon, Jeffrey Hawkins, Lester A. Hollingsworth, Archie F. House, Pat House, George E. Howard, Elizabeth Huckaby, James Frank, Jim Johnson, Benita Terry Jones, Brownie Ledbetter, Howard Love, Sidney S. McMath, Craig Rains, Roy Reed, Irene Samuel, Lottie Shackleford, Alvin L. Terry, Mildred Terry, William H. Townsend, Evangeline Upshur, John Walker, William Walker, Grainger Williams, Joyce McClinton Williams, Mrs. I.S. McClinton, Sue Williams, Carrie Young, T.M. Alexander, Olive Andrews, Joe Azbell, Inez Baskin, G. Murray Branch, Frank Bray, Johnnie R. Carr, Virginia Durr, Zelia Evans, Mark Gilmore, Jr., Thelma Glass, Bob Graetz, Thomas Gray, Hazel Gregory, Inell Louise Johnson, John W. King, Joseph Lacey, Charles Langford, Floyd Mann, R.D. Nesbitt, E.D. Nixon, Marie Pake, Gwen Patton, Idessa Redden, Amelia Boynton Robinson, Solomon Seay, Emmet L. Smiley, Richmond Smiley, Frank Toland, Norman Walton, Mary F. Whitt, Zecozy Williams

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

Subjects:

African Americans--Civil rights
African Americans--Politics and government
Civil rights demonstrations--Southern States
Civil rights movements--Southern States
Documentary radio programs
School integration--Southern States
Segregation in education--Southern States
Southern Regional Council

Genres:

Interviews
Sound recordings
Videorecordings

 

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