The James L. Farmer Collection Photographs

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Title

The James L. Farmer Collection Photographs

Description

This collection contains a selection of photographs featuring materials from James L. Farmer, Jr.'s personal papers and UMW’s Office of University Relations & Communications. Farmer was the founder of the Congress on Racial Equality (CORE), the organizer of the 1961 Freedom Rides, and a professor in the History and American Studies Department at Mary Washington College from 1985 to 1998.

Source

https://umw.access.preservica.com/SO_22c9ba60-3699-4967-b044-ca25118dcbd6/

Publisher

Special Collections and University Archives at the University of Mary Washington

Contributor

Hist 428 Spring 2020

Rights

Copyright is retained by Special Collections and University Archives, Simpson Library, University of Mary Washington. This item is available for use in research, teaching, and private study. Items may not be reproduced or used for any commercial purposes without prior written consent from the University of Mary Washington.

Relation

The James L. Farmer Digital Collection

Format

JPeg

Type

Still Image

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Local URL

https://umw.access.preservica.com/SO_22c9ba60-3699-4967-b044-ca25118dcbd6/

Citation

“The James L. Farmer Collection Photographs,” James Farmer at Mary Washington, accessed October 31, 2020, http://farmer.umwhistory.org/items/show/102.

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