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Photograph of Howard Vance and Wanda Vance
This photo is of Howard Vance and wife, Wanda. Vance was the Supt. of Hoxie School District 46, Hoxie AR in 1955. Howard passed
 
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Photograph

Photograph of Rosemary Hill
This is an image of Rosemary Hill, wife of Marshall Hill. She was one of the parents of Hoxie 21 students involved in the
 
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Photograph

Photograph of William Penix Senior
This is a picture of William Penix senior(right) who was the lawyer for the Hoxie County School Board during the integration of
 
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Photograph

Photograph of Ethel Tompkins
Ethel Tompkins a Hoxie 21 student. Ethel was the first African American student to graduate from Hoxie School District 46 in
 
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Photograph

Photograph of Ethel Tompkins
Ethel Tompkins a Hoxie 21 student. Ethel was the first African American student to graduate from Hoxie School District 46 in
 
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Photograph

First Day of Integration
A Memphis Press-Scimitar article from July 12, 1955, that contains images of the desegregation of the Hoxie schools.
 
Jul 12, 1955
 
Newspaper Clipping

FBI Joins Hoxie Integration Article
An article from an unknown newspaper about the FBI's involvement in the Hoxie, Arkansas schools integration. The article
 
Sep 13, 1955
 
Newspaper clipping

The First Stand Wins Peabody Award
An April 3, 2004, Commercial Appeal story about "Hoxie: The First Stand" winning a Peabody Award.
 
Apr 3, 2004
 
Newspaper clipping

Review of Hoxie: The First Stand
A June 26, 2003, review of "Hoxie: The First Stand" from the Commercial Appeal. (online version)
 
Jun 26, 2003
 
Newspaper clipping

Grant Awarded to Hill Foundation for Scott Cemetery
A Times-Dispatch story about the Hill Foundation being awarded a grant for Scott Cemetery documentation and preservation by the
 
Mar 9, 2005
 
Newspaper Clipping

Documenting 'The First Stand'
A June 14, 2000, Commercial Appeal article (online version) about the making of the documentary film "The First Stand".
 
Jun 14, 2000
 
Newspaper

Memo to Roy Wilkins from Mildred Bond
A memo from Mildred L. Bond, NAACP Field Secretary to Roy Wilkins, Civil Rights activist and NAACP official. It is a report of
 
Aug 6, 1955
 
Memo