Found in 4 Collections and/or Records:
Davis Houck Papers
Newclippings, photographs, creative and scholarly works, and government records collected by Davis Houck during research on the role of the press in the American civil rights movement, with special emphasis on the 1955 murder of Emmett Till near Money, Mississippi.
Online Content Available
Digitized and born-digital content from this collection is available through the FSU Digital Library.
Forehand, Franceslon vs. Florida State Hospital
The collection ranges from some early documents of the late 1980s although the majority are from the mid-1990s. It is primarily made up of legal documents and transcriptions used in court during the appeals process. Included are court filings (notices, responses, pleadings, exhibits) and transcripts of depositions and interviews. A small portion of the collection consists of in house administrative paperwork consisting of correspondence, trial notebooks, witness notes, and case research.
Tallahassee Civil Rights Oral History Collection
Sound recordings and transcripts of interviews for project "An Oral History of the Civil Rights Movement in Tallahassee, Florida 1956-1966: Personal Interviews with Key Civil Rights Leaders, Spokesmen, and Participants," prepared by Dr. Jackson Lee Ice for the Center for the Study of Southern Culture and Religion, Department of Religion, Florida State University, Tallahassee, FL. Supported by a grant from the Rockefeller Foundation.
Videotapes, College of Law, Tobias Simon Civil Liberties Lecture Series
Lecture series celebrating the establishment of the Tobias Simon endowed chair at the College of Law, presented January-April, 1989.