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Typewritten letter from Matthew Zwerling to his parents, Israel and Florence Zwerling, and Sara, dated June 30, 1964. Discusses civil rights work in the community of Riverton, near Clarksdale, Mississippi, and describes the dedication required to continue work through the end of the summer. Zwerling includes some details about the house in which he is staying, as well as his hostess.

30 June 1964

From the Zwerling (Matthew) Freedom Summer Collection. <br>Newsletter of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC). Includes an article about James Chaney, Andrew Goodman, and Michael Schwerner, civil rights workers who were murdered in Philadelphia, Mississippi. Also covers the Freedom Summer training session in Oxford, Ohio, and incidents of racial violence in Mississippi.

30 June 1964

Photocopy of a two-page typed letter, dated June 30, [1964], from Nancy Ellin to "Dr. and Mrs. Ellin [Joe's parents]." The letter was written a few days after Nancy and Joe reached Hattiesburg and describes the people and living conditions in the area. Daily activities are also mentioned in association with the Civil Rights Movement. The letter contains a postscript from Joe Ellin.

30 June 1964

From the Hamlett (Ed) White Folks Project Collection. The document provides guidelines for volunteers working with the White Community Project (part of the Mississippi Freedom Project) on finances, local contacts, safety rules, and inter-group relations.

30 June 1964

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