For the Morrisons' book, Barbara Beirne was commissioned to make portraits in 1985 of civil rights and anti-war activists who were famous in the 1960s.
Audio cassettes and transcripts: Oral history interviews conducted in 1985 with a wide variety of Americans regarding their experiences during the 1960s. Portions were published in FROM CAMELOT TO KENT STATE: THE SIXTIES EXPERIENCE IN THE WORDS OF THOSE WHO LIVED IT. (Time Books, 1987).
Photographs: 1985 photographs commissioned from photographer Barbara Beirne. Earlier photographs from a variety of sources, with negatives, many of which are copy negatives rather than originals, in several sizes, incl. 35mm., 2-1/4" x 2-1/4", and 4" x 5".
Joan and Robert K. Morrison Collection, 1985-1987, Archives Center, National Museum of American History
African Americans--Civil rights
Vietnamese Conflict, 1961-1975--Protest Movements
Civil rights workers
1989.3121 (NMAH Acc.)
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Tape recordings not available for playback until researcher copies are made; researchers must use transcripts until then