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Ivor Davis To Daily Sketch, London, 30 September 1962, Ivor Davis Sep 1962

Ivor Davis To Daily Sketch, London, 30 September 1962, Ivor Davis

Telegrams to Media Outlets

Davis reports on the day's atmosphere and anticipates upcoming developments in James Meredith's attempted enrollment.


George Bartsch To The Associated Press, 30 September 1962, George Bartsch Sep 1962

George Bartsch To The Associated Press, 30 September 1962, George Bartsch

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Bartsch reports on a wounded federal marshal and the use of tear gas.


Richard Starnes To Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance, 30 September 1962, Richard Starnes Sep 1962

Richard Starnes To Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance, 30 September 1962, Richard Starnes

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Article focuses on the anticipation of violence in Oxford and the presence of Edwin A. Walker.


Annotated Article By Gene Sherman To Los Angeles Times, 30 September 1962, Gene Sherman Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Gene Sherman To Los Angeles Times, 30 September 1962, Gene Sherman

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Article details the violent events of that night.


Jeffrey A. Quick To Raleigh Times, 30 September 1962, Jeffrey A. Quick Sep 1962

Jeffrey A. Quick To Raleigh Times, 30 September 1962, Jeffrey A. Quick

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Quick, a UNC student, offers a first-hand account of "today's happenings."


Annotated Article By Cruttenden To San Francisco Examiner, 30 September 1962, Charles Cruttenden Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Cruttenden To San Francisco Examiner, 30 September 1962, Charles Cruttenden

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The reporter recounts how he "rented" a student's identification card for the day so he could access the barricaded campus at the University of Mississippi.


Annotated Article By Edward P. Moore Jr. To The Commercial Appeal, 30 September 1962, Edward P. Moore Jr. Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Edward P. Moore Jr. To The Commercial Appeal, 30 September 1962, Edward P. Moore Jr.

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Army personnel begin arriving in Oxford to prepare to perform specific functions to facilitate the federal marshals's efforts to guard James Meredith.


Annotated Article "Oxford Exbulbeck Sheffield" To Press Reuters, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Annotated Article "Oxford Exbulbeck Sheffield" To Press Reuters, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown

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Article profiles Mr. Peter Foulkes, a British lecturer of German literature at the University of Mississippi in 1962.


Chas Whaley To City Editor, Courier- Journal, 30 September 1962, Charles Whaley Sep 1962

Chas Whaley To City Editor, Courier- Journal, 30 September 1962, Charles Whaley

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Sender states phone service is cut off and asks the recipient to call them.


Annotated Article By Jack Roach To Charleston News And Courier, 30 September 1962, Jack L. Roach (1925-) Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Jack Roach To Charleston News And Courier, 30 September 1962, Jack L. Roach (1925-)

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Article discusses the arrival of federal marshals and their accomodations.


Annotated Article By Anthony Harrigan To Charleston News And Courier, 30 September 1962, Anthony Harrigan Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Anthony Harrigan To Charleston News And Courier, 30 September 1962, Anthony Harrigan

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Article details the arrival of federal marshals on the University of Mississippi campus


Annotated Article By Coffey To Chicago Daily News, 30 September 1962, Raymond R. Coffey Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Coffey To Chicago Daily News, 30 September 1962, Raymond R. Coffey

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Telegram notes that all phone lines are busy and that telegrams are the only possible way to communicate out of town. Details the mob of 2,500 people and how the situation on campus became a riot.


Annotated Article By Robert Nelson To The Christian Science Monitor, 30 September 1962, Robert Colby Nelson Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Robert Nelson To The Christian Science Monitor, 30 September 1962, Robert Colby Nelson

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Article details the events of the rioting on campus that night.


Nsao87 Oa229, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Nsao87 Oa229, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown

Telegrams to Media Outlets

Regarding a message involving the California Examiner.


Annotated Article By Gene Sherman To Los Angeles Times, 30 September 1962, Gene Sherman Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Gene Sherman To Los Angeles Times, 30 September 1962, Gene Sherman

Telegrams to Media Outlets

Article explores the atmosphere in Oxford and includes quotes from a black man working on campus.


Annotated Article "The Governor's Prepared Statement" To Shreveport Times, 30 September 1962, (Unknown) Unknown Sep 1962

Annotated Article "The Governor's Prepared Statement" To Shreveport Times, 30 September 1962, (Unknown) Unknown

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Article discusses Barnett's stated intention to keep the university open and the arrival of more military forces, police, and vigilante groups.


Annotated Article By Cruttenden To San Francisco Examiner, 30 September 1962, Charles Cruttenden Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Cruttenden To San Francisco Examiner, 30 September 1962, Charles Cruttenden

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Article looks at the attitudes of Oxford, Mississippi residents to the arrival of federal marshals.


Annotated Article By Starnes To Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance, 30 September 1962, Richard Starnes Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Starnes To Scripps-Howard Newspaper Alliance, 30 September 1962, Richard Starnes

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Article details the events of the rioting, especially the use of tear gas, and mentions the death of a reporter.


Harrigan To Doug Donahue, 30 September 1962, Anthony Harrigan Sep 1962

Harrigan To Doug Donahue, 30 September 1962, Anthony Harrigan

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Harrigan asks the publication to call and mentions Paul Guihard's death.


Pox Ao26 Ao26 Cancel, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Pox Ao26 Ao26 Cancel, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown

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Asks for last paragraph of message sent to Wall Street Journal to be repeated, as it was "all junk to us."


Unknown To Globe And Mail, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Unknown To Globe And Mail, 30 September 1962, Author Unknown

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Includes student opinions on James Meredith's admittance and federal participation.


Hoke Norris To Sun-Times, 30 September 1962, Hoke Norris Sep 1962

Hoke Norris To Sun-Times, 30 September 1962, Hoke Norris

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Article details the events of the Sunday before an anticipated "final showdon." It focuses on Rev. Wayne Coleman.


Annotated Article By James Kingsley To The Commercial Appeal, 30 September 1962, James Kingsley Sep 1962

Annotated Article By James Kingsley To The Commercial Appeal, 30 September 1962, James Kingsley

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Article discusses Sunday's events and focuses on church attendance.


Annotated Article By John D. Harris To Record-American, Times-Union, Examiner, And Post-Intelligencer, 30 September 1962, John D. Harris Sep 1962

Annotated Article By John D. Harris To Record-American, Times-Union, Examiner, And Post-Intelligencer, 30 September 1962, John D. Harris

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Article details the arrival of federal marshals, "Uncle Sam," in Oxford.


William R. Clabby To Jim Soderlind, 30 September 1962, William R. Clabby Sep 1962

William R. Clabby To Jim Soderlind, 30 September 1962, William R. Clabby

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Article discusses the University of Mississippi, its importance to the state, and the threat to its accreditation.


Tuttle To City Desk, 30 September 1962, (Unknown) Tuttle Sep 1962

Tuttle To City Desk, 30 September 1962, (Unknown) Tuttle

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Article focuses on Mississippi lawyer Phil Stone and his opinions on federal attempts at integration and racial differences. Tuttle notes he has to change lodgings due to state troopers taking it over.


Annotated Article By D. M. To Parker, Time Inc., 30 September 1962, Dudley Morris Sep 1962

Annotated Article By D. M. To Parker, Time Inc., 30 September 1962, Dudley Morris

Telegrams to Media Outlets

Week three of desegregation at the University of Mississippi. The students are curious about what is going on, but the tension has mostly subsided.


Annotated Article By Anthony Harrigan To Charleston News And Courier, 30 September 1962, Anthony Harrigan Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Anthony Harrigan To Charleston News And Courier, 30 September 1962, Anthony Harrigan

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Article details the firing of "gas shels" by federal marshals on the University of Mississippi campus


Annotated Article By Walter Wallich To Newscasts London, 30 September 1962, Walter Wallich Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Walter Wallich To Newscasts London, 30 September 1962, Walter Wallich

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Wallich discusses the day's events leading to that night's rioting and emphasizes the presence of outsiders.


Annotated Article By Stan Opotowsky To New York Post, 30 September 1962, Stan Opotowsky Sep 1962

Annotated Article By Stan Opotowsky To New York Post, 30 September 1962, Stan Opotowsky

Telegrams to Media Outlets

Article details the events of the rioting that night and focuses on violence and student participation.