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Title: Papers, 1841-1964 Description: 33 linear ft.

Notes: Federal judge, of South Carolina, civil rights activist; wrote several important civil rights decisions. Correspondence of Waring and his second wife, Elizabeth Avery Waring, and writings, legal case files, organizational material, photos, and 72 scrapbooks of clippings relating to Waring's rulings in civil rights cases in South Carolina and his career as a federal district judge, 1942-1952, and to civil rights activities of the time; together with transcript of interview by Columbia University's Oral History Office and other biographical material. Gift.

Subjects: Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of black African ancestry); Education; South Carolina Afro-Americans (for all permanent residents of the United States of black African ancestry); Politics and suffrage Avery, Elizabeth Baldwin, James Brown v. Baskin Civil rights Civil rights; 20th century Civil rights workers; Waring, Elizabeth (Avery) Civil rights workers; Waring, Julius Waties Clarendon, South Carolina Communism Elmore v. Rice Equal pay for equal work Hate mail Judges; 20th century; South Carolina King, Martin Luther, Jr. Ku Klux Klan Lawyers; Waring, Julius Waties Mays, Benjamin Naturalization Oral histories; Waring, Julius Waties Rowan, Carl T. Segregation South Carolina; Civil rights South Carolina; Legal affairs; Lawyers' and judges' papers; 19th and 20th centuries Suffrage United States District Court; South Carolina (eastern district); Waring, Julius Waties, judge Waring, Elizabeth Avery (b. Elizabeth Avery) Wrighten, John H. Wrighten v. Board of Trustees of South Carolina

Location: Howard University, Moorland-Spingarn Research Center (Washington, DC) NIDS Fiche #: 4.72.119 NUCMC #: MS 83-1263