Online guides to the following parts not available at UCF are available at the UPA Microform Collection link below:
Other online guides to materials not available at UCF can be found at the below link to UPA Microform Collection guides.
"Papers that trace the history of CORE as a local and national organization and document its role in the civil rights struggles of this time period. The period covered most thoroughly is 1959 - 1964. The papers in the main collection are arranged in series according to the offices and departments by which they were designated when sent to the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Each series is arranged alphabetically by subject and each subject is arranged chronologically. The "Addendum" is a microfilm edition of the CORE papers held at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center for Nonviolent Social Change, Inc. in Atlanta."
The main collection is 49 reels. UCF only has the 25 reel Addendum.
Barnett founded and directed the Associated Negro Press.
UCF Library has Series B (1945-1955) and Series C (1956-1964).
Other online guides to materials not available at UCF:
Excerpts from the files are also available in the book, Malcolm X: The FBI File, by Clayborne Carson [BP223.Z8.L5794 1991]
"Microfilm edition of the papers of the SNCC in the Library and Archives of the Martin Luther King, Jr., Center for Nonviolent Change, Atlanta, Ga."
pt. 2. The Papers of Burke Marshall, Assistant Attorney General for Civil Rights
UCF does not have Pt. 1. The White House central files and staff files, and the president's office files (19 reels)
In 1963, the Free Southern Theater was organized by John O'Neal and Gilbert Moses to act as a cultural and educational extension for the Civil Rights Movement in the South.
Arranged by four major series with subseries: Administrative Series, Theater Production Series, General Correspondence Series, Financial Records Series.