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Letter from Pat Vail to her family. The letter discusses Pat's return from Miami to Greenville, Miss. and the amount of work she has to do, as well as events related to the Mississippi Freedom Project's efforts in the area.

Letter from Pat Vail to her family.

Letter from Pat Vail to her family, discussing various personal issues including the Wilson Club in Boston and smoking.

Letter from Pat Vail to her family containing mostly personal discussion.

Letter from Pat Vail to her family on March 22, 1965, written from city jail. The letter describes the events leading up to her arrest and her time in jail.

Letter from Pat Vail to her family, written on March 2, 1964.

Letter from Pat Vail to her family, written on July 10, 1965. In the letter she discusses registering voters and the Freedom School. This file is a transcription of the actual letter, which is also in the collection

Letter from Pat Vail to her friend Lisa describing the Summer Project staff and their arrest in March.

Letter from Pat Vail describing recent events in Jackson, Mississippi to her friend Lisa, who worked with her in Greenville.

Letter from Pat Vail to her family, written on her 3rd day in city jail in Mississippi.

Letter from Pat Vail written on July 3rd. She describes the community in Greenville, Mississippi.

Letter from the Greenville Project sent out to the summer volunteers. The letter includes an update on activities in Greenville. The second page is nearly illegible.

Form letter from the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party to parents of the Mississippi Summer Project volunteers encouraging their support for the MFDP.

Letter from Walter Tillow soliciting parents of the Mississippi Summer Project volunteers to support the seating of the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party at the National Democratic Convention by calling their area delegates.

Letter from Ward(?) Howe to Pat Vail, written on July 25, 1964, with envelope.

Letter to Mr. and Mrs. Vail acknowledging their interest in the Mississippi Summer Project and the missing men, sent by Lee C. White Associate Counsel to the President.

Letter from U.S. Senator Joseph Clark to Pat Vail's parents regarding federal protection for the civil rights workers in Mississippi.

Letter to parents of all Mississippi Summer volunteers from the Council of Federated Organizations. Robert Moses, director of the Mississippi Summer Project, wrote to request action for all concerned with the safety of the volunteers. Moses…

Letter from MPPT to Pat Vail, accompanied by a donation, presumably to the Mississippi Freedom Project.

Letter to Pat Vail from Congressman Charles Vanik.

This is a letter from Pat Vail to her family after she was released from jail on April 3, 1965.

A letter from Patricia Vail to her family discussing integration and the meeting about community action programs

Letter from Patricia Vail to her family illustrating her Greenville living arrangements.

Letter from Pat to her family describing the picketing, her living arrangements, and the Council of Federated Organizations (COFO) staff.

List of materials needed for Mississippi Summer Project volunteers. The list was created by Gail Falk and distributed by the Council of Federated Organizations (COFO).

"Mississippi Faces Challenge" newsletter from the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party related to challenging the Mississippi Delegation at National Convention.

Memorandum report on the arrest of Howard Kirschenbaum and Ronald Ridenour in Moss Point, Miss. and several other unconfirmed race-related charges.

Photograph of Pat Vail's father, Jeremiah Vail.

Photograph of Pat Vail's mother.

Note from Laura C[?ley] to Pat Vail. It reads: "Pat, I was cleaning my desk yesterday and found this letter you wrote back in the Freedom Summer. Since it's an original, I didn't want to throw it out even though you had a copy. I thought about your…

Photograph of Pat Vail.

Photograph of Pat Vail.

Photograph of Pat Vail as a child, taken in May 1945.

Photograph of Pat Vail with several children in Greenville, Mississippi.

Photograph of Pat Vail in large group in Greenville, Mississippi.
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