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Civil rights

Subject Source: Library Of Congress Subject Headings
Scope Note: Here are entered works on citizens' rights as established by law and protected by constitution. Works on the rights of persons regardless of their legal, socioeconomic or cultural status and as recognized by the international community are entered under Human rights.

Found in 3 Collections and/or Records:

Louise Kerr Hines ephemera collection

Identifier: MS 3092
Abstract The collection consists of two boxes of miscellaneous print ephemera that documents African American civic, political, and religious life in twentieth-century Maryland. This material is organized thematically. The majority of items are publications from Baltimore churches, institutions, schools and colleges, and civic organizations and programs from the funerals of prominent African Americans, including Clarence M. Mitchell and Justice Thurgood Marshall. The political material primarily...
Dates: 1942 - 1993

Paul Henderson photograph collection

Identifier: BCLM HEN
Abstract Paul Henderson (1899-1988) was a photojournalist for the Afro-American newspapers and as a freelance photographer. The Paul Henderson Photograph Collection (1933-1962) contains photographic negatives and some photographic prints that document the Civil Rights Era in Maryland, with particular focus on activities, people, and groups in the city of Baltimore. Subjects consist mostly of unidentified people, but also include sports, education, Civil Rights activities, politicians, entertainers,...
Dates: 1933-1962

Theodore R. McKeldin, 1971 April 6-1973 May 9

Identifier: OH 8033
Abstract Theodore R. McKeldin was Governor of Maryland, 1951-1959. Prior to his election as governor, he served as Mayor of Baltimore, 1943-1947, and then again from 1963-1967. In this interview, he discusses: Family and early life, education, and first jobs; compares Republican and Democratic parties in Maryland, governorship and mayoralty, and his early and later campaigns; characterizes Mayor William Broening, President Dwight Eisenhower, President Lyndon Johnson, and Judge Simon Sobeloff;...
Dates: 1971 April 6-1973 May 9