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Kim Lacy Rogers and Glenda Stevens collection

Repository: Amistad Research Center

Collection Description (Extant): This collection consists mostly of sound recordings of oral history interviews conducted by Kim Lacy Rogers and Glenda Stevens with persons involved in the desegregation process in New Orleans. These include opponents and proponents of segregation. Notable interviewees include: Daniel Byrd, Albert Dent, Tom Dent, Lolis Elie, Oretha Castle Haley, Mayor Maurice "Moon" Landrieu, Rudy Lombard, Mayor Ernest N. "Dutch" Morial, John O'Neal, Revius Ortique, Jackson Ricau, and Jerome Smith. The Rogers-Stevens collection also includes some interview transcripts, essays and publications by Rogers, and collected publications and ephemera from various pro-segregationist groups.

Date(s): 1959-1996

Finding Aid URL: External Link

Language: English

Interviewees: Jane Buchsbaum, Leonard Burns, Daniel E. Byrd, Raphael Cassimere, Doris Jean Castle-Scott, Robert Collins, Virginia Collins, Walter Collins, Joyce Davis, Oralean Davis, Albert W. Dent, Thomas C. Dent, Anne Dlugos, James A. Dombrowski, Rev. Albert D'Orlando, Lolis Elie, Rabbi Julian B. Feibelman, Father Joseph Fichter, Harry Gamble Jr., Robert Glass, Richard Goins, Oretha Haley, Richard Haley, Victor Hess, Harry Kelleher, Rosa Freeman Keller, Robert Lancaster, Maurice "Moon" Landrieu, Rudy Lombard, Leontine Goins Luke, Helen Mervis, Ernest "Dutch" Morial, Peggy Murison, John O'Neal, John P. Nelson, Revius Ortique, Jack Peebles, Jackson Ricau, George Singelman, Dorotha Smith, Jerome Smith, Llewellyn Soniet, Matt Suarez, Alice Thompson, Bruce Waltzer, Betty Wisdom, Skelly J. Wright, Kalamu ya Salaam, Cullen Vetter, Dottie Zellner, Bob Zellner

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


Civil rights demonstrations--Louisiana--New Orleans
Civil rights movements--Louisiana
Civil rights movements--Southern States
Civil rights workers--Louisiana
Louisiana--Race relations
White Citizens councils


Sound recordings


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