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Dallas County Schools bus
Selma National Bank billboard
Kayo Gas Station
Haisten's Mattress and Awning Company
The Glass House Restaurant
Peoples Bank & Trust Company
Edward Kidd (#35)
Interviewed in 2015.
Geri Wall (#G3)
Edwin L.D. Moss (Volunteer #2)
Edwin L.D. Moss was "one of Selma's most prominent black businessmen." Not only that, but he was an active participant in the Civil Rights Movement. He helped start demonstrations in Selma, and also was part of a Supreme Court case against Dallas…
Boynton says she accompanied Hosea Williams in a scouting expedition of the state troopers locations on Bloody Sunday prior to the start of the march.
Charles Mauldin (#6)
Hudson High School
A drive through Alabama's Civil Rights Corridor Page 188 - worked to recruit more students
Bettie Mae Fikes
Fikes's account of Bloody Sunday appears in Handson the Freedom Plow.
Charles Bonner (#66)
Author of "Tip of the Arrow"
Appears in Eyes on the Prize. Wrote a book about Selma civil rights movement.
Alfred Turner, Sr. (#4)
Perry County, Alabama
Perry County Civic League
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Marion Night March
Dr. Alfred Moldovan
List of Local Selma Physicians, March 1965
Dr. Aaron Wells
Dr. Count Gibson
Dr. Jack Geiger (possible Bloody Sunday physician)
Medical Committee for Human Rights, Arrested, State Troopers, March 10, 1965
Tuskegee Students March on Montgomery, March 10, 1965
SNCC WATS Report, WS Historical Society
George Washington Carver Homes Opens 1951
US Census, Enumeration Map, Selma, Alabama, 1940
George Washington Carver Homes, Protestor Training
David Hall Farm
Sylvester L. Lundy (#7)
Interviewed by FBI.
At front of line?
Believes hit by Sheriff Clark