The Harold K. Brown Civil Rights Collection

Telegram from Isaac Reynolds to Harold Brown, April 9, 1965



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Telegram from Isaac Reynolds to Harold Brown, April 9, 1965


Message from Isaac Reynolds, Field Secretary for the Western Regional Office of the Congress of Racial Equality (CORE), communicating information regarding the situation in Bogalusa, Louisiana. Reynolds encourages CORE members to communicate with the White House and the Department of Justice to demand federal protection for the inhabitants of Bogalusa against an estimated thousand Klansmen.


Isaac Reynolds


April 9, 1965


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Isaac Reynolds, “Telegram from Isaac Reynolds to Harold Brown, April 9, 1965,” Humanities Hub, accessed July 23, 2024,