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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


 


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Tables of Contents

Volume IV

1955-1960

List of Illustrations
Preface
Acknowledgments
Introduction
Editorial Method and Abbreviations
Civil Rights Chronology
Headnotes
       Discrimination in Federal Funding

       NAACP and the Filibuster

NAACP and the Taft-Hartley Act

Seeking Protections against Violence

Segregation in Housing

Struggle for a Permanent FEPC: 1955-1960

Struggle to End Jim Crow Travel

Struggle for the Right to Vote

DOCUMENT
Reports of the NAACP Washington Bureau by Clarence Mitchell, Jr., director

1955

Monthly Report, February 8, 1955

Monthly Report, March 8, 1955

Monthly Report , April 6, 1955

Monthly Report, May 2, 1955

Monthly Report, June 6, 1955

Monthly Report, September 8, 1955

Monthly Report, October 6, 1955

Monthly Report, November 9, 1955

Monthly Report, December 7, 1955

Monthly Report, December 23, 1955

1956

Monthly Report, February 9, 1956

Monthly Report, March 8, 1956

Monthly Report, April 5, 1956

Monthly Report, May 4, 1956

Monthly Report, June 7, 1956

Monthly Report, August 31, 1956

Monthly Report, September 7, 1956

Monthly Report, October 9, 1956

Monthly Report, November 7, 1956

Monthly Report, December 6, 1956

Annual Report December 31, 1956

1957

Monthly Report, February 8, 1957

Monthly Report, March 7, 1957

Monthly Report, April 7, 1957

Monthly Report, May 5, 1957

Monthly Report, June 7, 1957

Monthly Report, September 7, 1957

Monthly Report, October 10, 1957

Monthly Report, November 8, 1957

Monthly Report, December 6, 1957

Monthly Report, December 12, 1957

1958

Monthly Report, February 5, 1958

Monthly Report, March 6, 1958

Monthly Report, April 11, 1958

Monthly Report, May 9, 1958

Monthly Report, June 8, 1958

Monthly Report, September 4, 1958

Monthly Report, October 9, 1958

Monthly Report, November 11, 1958

Monthly Report, December 4, 1958

Monthly Report, December 31, 1958

1959

Monthly Report  February 5, 1959

Monthly Report  March 6, 1959

Monthly Report  April 10, 1959

Monthly Report  May 8, 1959

Monthly Report  June 3, 1959

Monthly Report, September 11, 1959

Monthly Report, October 9, 1959

Monthly Report, November 7, 1959

Analysis of Pending Civil Rights Bills

Efforts to Get Justice Department to Investigate Rights Violations

Monthly Report December 22, 1959.

1960

Monthly Report, February 5, 1960

Monthly Report, March 12, 1960

Monthly Report, April 9, 1960

Monthly Report, April 22, 1960

Monthly Report, May 4, 1960

Monthly Report, June 10, 1960

Monthly Report, September 9, 1960

Monthly Report, October 6, 1960

Monthly Report, November 11, 1960

Monthly Report, December 20, 1960

Annual Report, December 31, 1960

Bibliography

Statements and Testimonies of Clarence Mitchell, Jr., and other NAACP Representatives before Congress, 1955-1960

Cases Cited
Appendixes
1. Related Documents
J. Francis Pohlhaus, Memorandum to Clarence Mitchell,
Omnibus Civil Rights Bill December 30, 1954
J. Francis Pohlhaus, Memorandum to Clarence Mitchell,
Pending Congressional Legislation, January 21, 1955
J. Francis Pohlhaus, Memorandum to Clarence Mitchell,
Pending Legislation, April 18, 1955
J. Francis Pohlhaus, Report on Negro Veterans, February 25, 1956

  1. Biographical Directory
  2. Congressional Directory

Biographical Directory

Index.



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