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Foster, Clyde (1931-2017) "Sitins Staged Here: Negroes Make Three Visits to Counters"

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.111 Author/Creator: Foster, Clyde (1931-2017) Place Written: Marshall, Texas Type: Newspaper clipping Date: 27 March 1960 Pagination: 2 p. ; 26 x 18 cm.

Summary of Content: One newspaper clipping featuring an article entitled, "Sitins Staged Here: Negroes Make Three Visits to Counters," written by Clyde Foster dated March 27, 1960. Originally printed in the Marshall News Messenger. Relates to reactions of counter sit ins that took place in Marshall, Texas. Printed alongside Foster's article is an editorial related to the murder of a woman whose killer was still on the loose.


Historical Era: 1945 to the Present


Sub Era: The Sixties

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