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Part II: E. Public Relations File, 1956-1967 (continued)
Speeches, Articles, and Interviews, 1956-1966 (continued)
No. 20, “Crime and the Rich,” May 12
No. 21, “Project Head Start,” May 20
No. 22, “Some Questions and Answers,” May 27
No. 23, “The Profit-Takers,” June 23
No. 24, “Of Reds and Rights,” June 30
No. 25, “Of Reds and Rights,” July 7
No. 26, on Southern justice, July 13
No. 27, “Negroes and ’The Silver Platter',” July 21
No. 28, on guaranteed income, July 23
No. 29, “Where Poverty Is Paradise,” Aug. 11
No. 30, “When to March,” Aug. 17
No. 31, “Those Crime Figures,” Aug. 25
No. 32, “What's Good for Business,” Sept. 1
No. 33, “Who Benefits Most?” Sept. 8
No. 34, “Those All-White Books,” Sept. 15
No. 35, “Concern in the White House,” Sept. 22
No. 36, “Measuring the Ghetto,” Sept. 29
No. 37, “Racism Hurts Abroad,” Oct. 6
No. 38, on rights and responsibilities, Oct. 13
No. 39, “To Integrate Hope,” Oct. 20
No. 40, on federal civil rights agencies, Oct. 28
No. 41, “A Lesson in Politics,” Nov. 3
No. 42, “Power of the Ballot,” Nov. 15
No. 43, “A White Status Symbol,” Nov. 22
No. 44, “To Fulfill These Rights,” Nov. 29
No. 45, “After All These Years...,” Dec. 2
No. 46, “How Classroom Desegregation Will Work,” Dec. 9
No. 47, Christmas column, Dec. 15
No. 48, on government expenditures, Dec. 22
No. 49, New Year's reflections, Dec. 29
(2 folders)
BOX II:E49 Interviews
Jackson, Nelson C., 1963, May 2
Young, Whitney M.
1963, Nov. 5, Public Relations Quarterly
1963, unidentified
1963-1964, radio and television broadcast transcripts
(2 folders)
1964, Jan. 12, Eleanor Roosevelt Memorial Foundation
1964, July 5, Columbia Broadcasting System, Newsmakers
1964, July 18, Editor & Publisher
1964, Dec., “Front or Back Door Integration”
1964, winter, PR Quarterly
BOX II:E50-E56 Special File, 1959-1965
Correspondence, memoranda, reports, lists, questionnaires, financial records, articles, press releases, and other publicity material pertaining to America's Many Faces and Voter Education projects.
Arranged alphabetically by name of project and therein alphabetically by topic or type of material and therein chronologically.
BOX II:E50 America's Many Faces Project
General, 1959-1965
Concerning the return of photographs, 1960-1965
Requests for information, 1960
Jan. 1-4
BOX II:E51 Jan. 5-Dec.
With finalists, 1960-1961
With board of judges, 1960-1961
With Planning Committee, 1959-1961
BOX II:E52 With winners, 1961
Project outline
BOX II:E53 Voter Education Project, 1962-1965
Atlanta, Ga.
Article submitted to Jet
Baltimore, Md.
Bay Area, San Francisco, Calif.
Boston, Mass
Bulletins, Aug.-Oct. 1964
Chicago, Ill.
Cleveland, Ohio
Contact report
Detroit, Mich.
Election wrap-up story
BOX II:E54 Final report
Los Angeles, Calif.
Apter, David
Tuckery, Sterling
Miami, Fla.
Milwaukee, Wis.
Miscellaneous cities
National Newspaper Publishers Association
National Newspaper Publishers Association Pilgrimage
BOX II:E55 Lists
Negro Heritage Library
New Orleans, La.
New York, N.Y.
Omaha, Nebr.
Philadelphia, Pa.
Pilgrimage acknowledgments
Pittsburgh, Pa.
President's Committee on Equal Opportunity in the Armed Forces
Press releases
“Problems of the Negro Worker”
Progress report form
Project direction
Project outline
Project observations, 1962
Report to professional staff
San Diego, Calif.
St. Louis, Mo.
Social effects of mass media
Spot radio announcements
Statistics on non-whites in Urban League cities
Summary report
Target City Press, radio and television
Targets and contact report
BOX II:E56 Tucker, Sterling, project director
United States Department of Labor, news releases
1964, July-Oct.
1964, Nov.-Dec.
1965, Jan.-Feb.
1965, Mar.
Voter's guide statement and matters related to printing
Westchester, N.Y.
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