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Collection: Bloody Sunday, Selma, Alabama, 1965
First 36 Marchers
Front of March, Eastern Side of Highway 80
Roger Carroll Banker Daly
SNCC and SCLC fieldworker with Selma Address: 2021 Eugene Avenue, Selma, Alabama
Hosea Williams (#2)
Jonas Gintautas Liutkus
Coach Lawrence Huggins from R. B. Hudson High School (Volunteer #1)
Huggins was 29 years old at the time of Bloody Sunday.
Sylvester L. Lundy (#7)
Interviewed by FBI.
At front of line?
Believes hit by Sheriff Clark
Wearing a Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (1965) badge
David Hall Farm
George Washington Carver Homes, Protestor Training
US Census, Enumeration Map, Selma, Alabama, 1940
George Washington Carver Homes Opens 1951
Tuskegee Students March on Montgomery, March 10, 1965
SNCC WATS Report, WS Historical Society
Medical Committee for Human Rights, Arrested, State Troopers, March 10, 1965
Dr. Jack Geiger (possible Bloody Sunday physician)
Dr. Count Gibson
Dr. Aaron Wells
List of Local Selma Physicians, March 1965
Dr. Alfred Moldovan
Listed as National Secretary of MCHR in 1965 MCHR newsletter. Resident of New York.
Alfred Turner, Sr. (#4)
Perry County, Alabama
Perry County Civic League
Southern Christian Leadership Conference
Marion Night March
Appears in Eyes on the Prize. Wrote a book about Selma civil rights movement.