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From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of an African American man, possibly a visiting minister with the Hattiesburg Ministers Project, and Freedom School teacher Dick Kelly (right) explaining voter registration procedures to local residents in their home during Freedom Summer in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, 1964.

1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Reverend Bob Beech (Hebron, Illinois) talking on the telephone through the window of the headquarters of the Hattiesburg Ministers Project, which he directed from 1964 to 1966. The headquarters was located in the Masonic Lodge at 522 Mobile Street, on the corner of 6th Street, down the block from the Freedom Summer headquarters at 507 Mobile Street. In the front of the Masonic Lodge was local civil rights leader J.C. Fairley's Radio & TV Service. The two-story concrete block building is one of the few buildings still standing in the 500 block of Mobile Street. Reflected in the window is the image of Herbert Randall taking the photograph. Partially covering the window is a sign reading "Hattiesburg, Miss. / Ministers Project".

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Reverend Bob Beech (Hebron, Illinois), Director of the Hattiesburg Ministers Project, (left) standing outside the project's headquarters talking with a white man who is probably a visiting minister. Partially covering the window is a sign reading "Hattiesburg, Miss. / Ministers Project". Another, smaller, sign reads "Vote in November". Reflected in the window is the sign of the business across the street, Bourn Grocery & Market, located at 523 Mobile Street. The grocery building is no longer extant.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Reverend Bob Beech (Hebron, Illinois), Director of the Hattiesburg Ministers Project, (left) standing outside the project's headquarters talking with a white man who is probably a visiting minister. Partially covering the window is a sign reading "Hattiesburg, Miss. / Ministers Project". Another, smaller, sign reads "Vote in November". Reflected in the window is the sign of the business across the street, Bourn Grocery & Market, located at 523 Mobile Street. The grocery building is no longer extant.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Reverend Bob Beech, Director of the Delta Ministry in Hattiesburg, talking on the phone inside the headquarters of the Hattiesburg Ministers Project, located in the rear of the Masonic Lodge at 522 Mobile Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964.

1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Hattiesburg resident Savannah Pearson (left) and Reverend Bob (Robert) Beech (right), director of the Hattiesburg Ministers Project, during Freedom Summer 1964.

1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table in an office which is probably the Hattiesburg project's headquarters at 507 Mobile Street. They are Freedom School teachers.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table talking in an office at the headquarters on Mobile Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964. They are Freedom Summer teachers. Rigolo holds a copy of Herbert Aptheker's "Negro Slave Revolts in the United States", first published in 1939 and a part of the Freedom Summer schools curriculum.

1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table talking in an office at the headquarters on Mobile Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964. They are Freedom Summer teachers. Rigolo holds a copy of Herbert Aptheker's "Negro Slave Revolts in the United States", first published in 1939 and a part of the Freedom Summer schools curriculum.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table talking in an office at the headquarters on Mobile Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer, 1964. They are Freedom Summer teachers. Rigolo holds a copy of Herbert Aptheker's "Negro Slave Revolts in the United States", first published in 1939 and a part of the Freedom Summer schools curriculum.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table in an office which is probably the Hattiesburg project's headquarters at 507 Mobile Street.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, sitting at a table in an office which is probably the Hattiesburg project's headquarters at 507 Mobile Street.

1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher at the University of Wisconsin, Freedom Summer teachers, standing in front of a red brick building, probably True Light Baptist Church.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University and Freedom Summer teacher, sitting and looking at books used in the Freedom School curriculum.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, a Freedom Summer teacher, sitting next to Alma Travis, one of her students.

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University and Freedom Summer teacher, sitting between two of her students, Alma Travis (right) and Barbara Connors (left).

July 1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University, and Eugene Covelli, a history teacher for Philadelphia Public Schools, both Freedom Summer teachers, sitting at a table in project headquarters at 507 Mobile Street in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, with Carolyn Reese, a Michigan school teacher and Co-Coordinator of the Hattiesburg project's Freedom School, during Freedom Summer, 1964.

1964

From the Randall (Herbert) Freedom Summer Photographs. Photograph (positive image of a negative) of Susan Patterson Rigolo, now Temple Weste, a student at Cornell University and Freedom Summer teacher, and three Freedom School students in Hattiesburg, Mississippi, during Freedom Summer 1964. The students are identified as Barbara Connors (left), Alma Travis (center), and Emma Davis (right).

1964

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