|Evelyn Cunningham (left) on the |
telephone in the press tent at the
1963 March on Washington.
Her journalism career is documented by typescripts, photocopies, and clippings of her columns, as well as a small amount of correspondence. Of note are two undated letters from Cunningham to an unidentified individual that describe her early days with the Courier, as well as a small exchange (two letters) in 1957 with a reporter in Johannesburg, South Africa. Cunningham's notebooks include one dedicated to coverage of Martin Luther King Jr. and two devoted to the legal proceedings resulting from the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Cunningham's notebook for her
coverage of legal proceedings regarding
the Montgomery Bus Boycott, 1956
Posted by Christopher Harter
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