Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr. (1911-1984)
MSA SC 3520-13479


Books -

Watson, Denton L.  Lion in the Lobby:  Clarence Mitchell, Jr.'s Struggle for the Passage of Civil Rights Laws.  New York:  William Morrow Co., Inc., 1990.

Newspaper articles (in chronological order) -

"The Mitchells of Maryland:  Standing Up, Speaking Out."  The Washington Post, 1 February 1976.

Mitchell, Clarence.  "Spoils and Efficiency." The Baltimore Sun, 13 April 1980.

"Clarence Mitchell dies at 73." The Baltimore Sun, 19 March 1984.

"Mitchell was too busy for retirement." The Baltimore Sun, 20 March 1984.

"Clarence M. Mitchell, Jr."  The Baltimore Sun, 20 March 1984.

"A life celebrated."  The Baltimore Sun, 24 March 1984.

"3 worked long hours planning tribute to Mitchell."  The Baltimore Sun, 24 March 1984.

"Memorial for Mitchell."  The Baltimore Sun, c. 31 March 1984.

"Clarence Mitchell, Jr. helped make laws to guarantee basic freedoms."  The Daily Record, 8 March 1985.

"The Mitchell Memorial."  The Baltimore Sun, 9 March 1985.

"Courthouse is rededicated to rights leader Mitchell."  The Baltimore Sun, 9 March 1985.

"'Mitchell Courthouse' called fitting memorial." The Daily Record, 11 March 1985.

The Daily Record, 25 September 2000.

Other sources -

"Clarence Mitchell, Jr. Symposium."  The Archivists' Bulldog, 11 September 2000.

Clarence Mitchell, Jr., Papers Project at SUNY College at Old Westbury.

See also:  records of the Baltimore office (national office), NAACP, at Library of Congress.

Transcript, Clarence Mitchell Oral History Interview I, 4/30/69, by Thomas H. Baker, Electronic Copy, LBJ Library.

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