Facts on Film. Southern Education Reporting Service. Nashville, Tenn.: Tennessee Microfilm. Library has 1954-1973.
MIC PER LB 3062 S68 341 reels. 35 mm.
This set reproduces items in the library of the Southern Education Reporting Service. The Service is an "objective, fact-finding agency established by Southern newspaper editors and educators" whose object is to provide "accurate, unbiased infromation... on developments in education" arising from the Supreme Court's 1954 decision declaring legally segregated schools unconstitutional. The set consists of the Service's publications, the Race Relations Law Reporter, relevant laws, newspaper clippings, pamphlets, magazine articles, and miscellaneous items.
Materials published from 1954-1958 are on reels 1-44. There are yearly supplements.
MIC PER LB 3062 S68 INDEX
Index to Facts on Film , Nashville, Tenn.: Tennessee Microfilms, 1954-1958 with yearly supplements.
The guide to uncataloged items in the Southern Educaiton Reporting Service's Library, which include editorials, letters to the editor, and cartoons. The Service catalogs items such as pamphlets, articles, speeches, reports and laws. This card catalog is reproduced in microfilm and the printed indexes indicate which reels contain the card catalog.
Segregation--Law and legislation
United States--Race relations