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  • R207tw193?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963-08-22
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Press release from the headquarters of the Presbyterian Church in the United States (commonly known as the Southern Presbyterian Church) in Atlanta, GA, dated 22 Aug 1963. It announces the official resistance of the PCUS to participation in the March on Washington. It includes the full text of the statement sent to the National Council of Churches stating that the PCUS is "unable to cooperate" with the NCC's Commission on Religion and Race calling for participation. Includes a memo from Bill Lamkin, who sent this text to Aubrey Brown Jr. for inclusion in the Presbyterian Outlook.
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    Date: 1963-08-26
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Letter to Aubrey Brown Jr. from Rev. John A. Kirstein, associate editor of the Presbyterian Survey, dated 26 Aug 1963.
  • 3f462c324?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963-09
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Letter from George M. Cooley, Secretary of Student World Relations, Board of World Missions, Presbyterian Church in the U.S., dated September 1963. Includes a poem written by Cooley about the March, which he attended. The letter was sent by Cooley to Dr. Kenneth J. Foreman, visiting professor at Union Seminary, with a cover letter dated 24 Sep 1963. Foreman added a short note (dated 2 Oct 1963) and sent it on to Aubrey Brown Jr. for possible inclusion in the Presbyterian Outlook.
  • V979v858t?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963-09-25
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Letter to Judge John A. Fulton from Robert B. McNeill, dated 25 September 1963. McNeill was a Union alumnus (BD 1942) and was pastor of Bream Memorial Presbyterian Church in Charleston, WV. The letter is copied to Robert H. Bullock, Carl Pritchett and Aubrey Brown. Digital Format: jpg
  • Qb98mn13j?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Statement by the Civil Rights Committee of the [General] Assembly's Westminster Fellowship Council of the Presbyterian Church in the U.S., dated 1963. Signed by seven members of the Committee. The accompanying letter (unsigned) is dated 29 Aug 1963.
  • Zk51vq020?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Publicity flyer for a rally in Richmond, VA, on 4 July 1963, intended to motivate opposition to the March on Washington. The rally was led by George Lincoln Rockwell, founder of the American Nazi Party.
  • 5999n9399?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963-08-26
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Letter to the Representatives of the Presbyterian Church U.S. to the National Council of Churches, from Rev. John Randolph Taylor, pastor of the Church of the Pilgrims in Washington D.C., dated 26 Aug 1963.
  • 2z10wx226?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963-09-30
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Letters to the Editor, Presbyterian Outlook, 30 Sep 1963, p. 2. Includes letters from Marion A. Boggs, Tom and Peggy Cleveland, and Albert C. Winn.
  • 765377296?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963-10-07
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Letter to the Editor from Donald W. Shriver Jr., Presbyterian Outlook, 7 Oct 1963, p. 2. Shriver was a Union Seminary alumnus (BD 1955), and in 1963 was a campus minister at North Carolina State University.
  • 9s161c91q?file=thumbnail
    Date: 1963-09-23
    Contributing Institution: Union Presbyterian Seminary Library
    Description: Presbyterian Outlook article, a first-person account by participant Carl R. Pritchett, pastor of the Bethesda Presbyterian Church, p. 5-7