The Harold K. Brown Civil Rights Collection

Petition to Judge Madge Bradley to serve Harold Brown's jail sentence, 1964

Files

MS-0436-001-008-003.pdf

Dublin Core

Title

Petition to Judge Madge Bradley to serve Harold Brown's jail sentence, 1964

Description

After Harold Brown's arrest for trespassing and willful violation of a temporary restraining order at the Bank of America demonstrations of summer 1964, members of the community petitioned to each serve a day of his jail time. The community determined that "any legal offense for which he was convicted was committed for the good of humanity and in the spirit of a law that transcends man's local, prevailing statutes.

Date

1964

Rights

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Format

.pdf

Identifier

MS-0436-001-008-003

Extent

8.5 inches X 11 inches

Scripto

Status

Not to transcribe

Citation

“Petition to Judge Madge Bradley to serve Harold Brown's jail sentence, 1964,” Humanities Hub, accessed July 23, 2024, https://humanitieshub.sdsu.edu/omeka/items/show/61.