Goodman--National clippings and loose clippings (Carolyn Goodman papers, 1964-2000; Historical Society Library Microforms Room, Micro 833, Reel 1b)
@ Wisconsin Historical Society
DescriptionThis folder consists of two scrapbooks. The first is an assortment of newspaper clippings about the three missing civil rights workers from newspapers around the country from 1964-1966. The clippings from Southern newspapers has a distinctly different point of view from the New York newspapers (on the front page of the Jackson Times, in between photos of beautiful "Miss Hospitalities," is a front-page editorial on the passage of the Civil Rights Act entitled "Freedom Dead…We Mourn!"). The second scrapbook consists primarily of clippings from the New York Post and other New York newspapers; from national magazines like Life, Look, Time, and Newsweek; and a couple of international magazines from 1964-1967. The primary focus of all of the scrapbooks is on the disappearance of the three men, the search for them, the discovery of their bodies, and the trials (and convictions) of some of their murderers up to 1967. Tellingly, the state of Mississippi did not bring murder charges against the
Clippings Pamphlets Flyers And Handbills
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