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The Papers of Clarence Mitchell Jr.

and of the NAACP Washington Bureau 1942 - 1978

 

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Synopses

Lion in the Lobby
Volumes I&II
Volume III
Volume IV
Volume V


Tables of Contents

Volumes I&II
Volume III
Volume IV
Volume V
 

Documents

Sample Documents I
Sample Documents II
Sample Documents III
Sample Docs III Cont..

Sample Documents IV

Sample Documents V

 
Background

Mitchell A Profile
Project Scope
Mitchell's Reports


 


Prof. Denton L. Watson

About Prof. Watson
About Us
Contact Us
Blog
 

Clarence Mitchell Jr. Video Taped Interview 1


 


Joseph L. Rauh listens as Mitchell discusses with President Johnson the northern senators who are expected give the most trouble in the struggle to pass the 1964 civil rights bill.

 


Senators Thomas Kuchel, minority whip, and Hubert H. Humphrey, majority whip, celebrate with Mitchell passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act.

 


Mitchell celebrates passage of the 1964 Civil Rights Act with Rep. Emanuel Celler, Sen. Hubert Humphrey, and Rep. William McCulloch.

 



President Johnson and 101st Senator

 

Video Taped Interviews

1st
2nd
3rd

 

NAACP Testimonies

1916 - 1949
1950 - 1954
1955 - 1957
1958 - 1960

 

 

"I suggest that Ten Thousand Negroes march on Washington, D.C. with the slogan ..." A. Philip Randolph, Father of the modern civil rights movement

Randolph's Page

    Randolph with Eleanor Roosevelt

 
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