Papers of Sarah-Patton Boyle, 1949-1970.

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Boyle, Sarah-Patton, 1906-. Papers of Sarah-Patton Boyle, 1949-1970.

Papers of Sarah-Patton Boyle, 1949-1970.

The collection contains a typed copy of Boyle's manuscript "The Desegregated Heart"; correspondence and material concerning "The Desegregated Heart" and her "For Human Beings Only"; speeches; editorials; book reviews; and material regarding the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, the Virginia Council on Human Relations, The Congress of Racial Equality, and the Southern Christian leadership Conference. There are also polls, miscellaneous clippings and articles, a scrapbook, and a cross which was burned on Mrs. Boyle's lawn. Among the correspondents are Kenneth Bancroft Clark, Hodding Carter, William Durant Campbell, James McBride Dabbs, Percy Dale East, Colgate Whitehead Darden, and Joseph Chamberlain Furnas. Other correspondents include Harry Golden, John Elbridge Hines, Coretta Scott King, Martin Luther King, Jane Walker Stevenson McIlvaine, James Howard Meredith, Pauli Murray, Alan Paton, James Albert Pike, Carl Van Vechteon, Frederick John Warneck, and Roy Wilkins.

12, 000 (ca.) items.

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