62 items found
Collection ID is exactly "40" AND Geographic Term contains "Washington (D.C.)"
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Ruth Bryan Owen Patriotic Pilgrimage Name Tag, 1931

Ruth Bryan Owen Patriotic Pilgrimage Name Tag, 1931

Date
1931
Description
Name tag used by student participants during Ruth Bryan Owen's second Patriotic Pilgrimage.
Collection
Individual Girl Ballot for Ruth Bryan Owen's Patriotic Pilgrimage, ca. 1930

Individual Girl Ballot for Ruth Bryan Owen's Patriotic Pilgrimage, ca. 1930

Date
1930 (circa)
Description
Nomination ballot for a senior high school girl to attend Ruth Bryan Owen's Patriotic Pilgrimage to Washington, D.C.
Collection
Minutes from a Tallahassee Action Group, ca. 1960

Minutes from a Tallahassee Action Group, ca. 1960

Date
1960 (circa)
Description
Minutes from a Tallahassee action group discussing what happened in December, including the resignation of George Brown as chairman of the group. Reverend J. S. Johnson automatically assumed chairmanship.
Collection
March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom Pledge Card, 1963

March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom Pledge Card, 1963

Date
1963
Description
Mail-in participation pledge for the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom on August 28, 1963.
Collection
"Facts About the Community Relations Service" Brochure, August 1964

"Facts About the Community Relations Service" Brochure, August 1964

Date
1964-08
Description
Brochure outlining the responsibilities and mission of the Community Relations Service (CRS).
Collection
This is CORE Pamphlet, ca. 1957

This is CORE Pamphlet, ca. 1957

Date
1957 (circa)
Description
A pamphlet about the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) describing different CORE tactics for non-violent direct action, the principles of CORE, the structure of National CORE, what National CORE does, the structure of local CORE chapters, how someone can join CORE and how CORE is financed.
Collection
CORE-lator Newsletter, April 1960

CORE-lator Newsletter, April 1960

Date
1960-04
Description
CORE-lator newsletter, number 81 outlining newly formed Congress of Racial Equality (CORE) chapters across the United States, recent arrests and updates about CORE's work across the country. "Letter From A Jailed Student" was written by Tallahassee civil rights activist Patricia Stephens Due while she was in jail with seven others for holding a sit-in at Woolworth's. She includes the names of the other jailed students and describes her experience in jail.
Collection
N.A.A.C.P. Mass Meeting for "Freedom Now" Flier, June 5, 1960

N.A.A.C.P. Mass Meeting for "Freedom Now" Flier, June 5, 1960

Date
1960-06-05
Description
A flier for an NAACP meeting with speakers Ezell Blair Jr., Patricia Stephens and Bernard Lee. The topic was "Freedom Now" and each speaker was actively participating in the civil rights movement at the time. Tallahassee civil rights activist Patricia Stephens was to speak about her experience serving 49 days in jail. She and seven other students were jailed for holding a sit-in at Woolworth's lunch counter in Tallahassee.
Collection
Congressional Resolution Honoring Civil Rights Leader Bernyce Clausell, 2015

Congressional Resolution Honoring Civil Rights Leader Bernyce Clausell, 2015

Date
2015-07-08
Description
U.S. House of Representatives resolution submitted by Tallahassee Congresswoman Gwen Graham honoring the lifetime achievements of Rev. Bernyce Clausell one week after Clausell's death. Makes mention of Clausell's participation in civil rights, the ministry and other civic causes.
Collection
License plate contest entry

License plate contest entry

Date
1985
Description
Simplistic license plate design submitted by design consultant Jack Frost of Washington, D.C.
Collection
Identifier Title Type Subject Thumbnail
n2004-1_b001_f09_02Ruth Bryan Owen Patriotic Pilgrimage Name Tag, 1931textWomen legislators--United States
High school students
Education, Secondary
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n2004-1_b001_f09_03Individual Girl Ballot for Ruth Bryan Owen's Patriotic Pilgrimage, ca. 1930textSchool field trips
Experiential learning
Civic education
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n2015-1_b001_f09_69Minutes from a Tallahassee Action Group, ca. 1960textCivil disobedience
Civil rights--Economic aspects
Meetings
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n2015-1_b001_f10_04March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom Pledge Card, 1963textMarch on Washington for Jobs and Freedom
African Americans--Civil rights--Philosophy
Civil rights demonstrations
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n2015-1_b003_f06_01"Facts About the Community Relations Service" Brochure, August 1964textRace relations
Civil rights--Political aspects
Nonviolence
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n2015-1_b003_f07_02This is CORE Pamphlet, ca. 1957textNonviolence--Philosophy
Civil rights movements
African Americans--Civil rights
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n2015-1_b003_f16_10CORE-lator Newsletter, April 1960textRace relations
Civil rights--Social aspects
Nonviolence
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n2015-1_b003_f22_16N.A.A.C.P. Mass Meeting for "Freedom Now" Flier, June 5, 1960textSpeeches, addresses, etc.
Civil rights movements
Civil rights--Social Aspects
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n2015-7_b001_f18_01Congressional Resolution Honoring Civil Rights Leader Bernyce Clausell, 2015textmemorials
Civil rights workers
Women clergy
Political participation
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s1046_b005_f01_03License plate contest entry imageAutomobile license plates
Graphic artists
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