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Collection Number: 05246

Collection Title: Timothy B. Tyson Papers, 1948-2012

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Size 4.0 feet of linear shelf space (approximately 2600 items)
Abstract Timothy B. Tyson has written or edited several books about African-Americans and North Carolina history. The collection consists of publication materials, personal and family materials, and audio recordings. Drafts, notes, correspondence, interviews, photographs, and other materials are related to Tyson's publications Blood Done Sign My Name (2004), a personal history about a racial murder in Oxford, N.C., in 1970; Radio Free Dixie: Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power (1999); and his master's thesis, Burning for Freedom (1990), also about race and Oxford, N.C. Some items relate to the Reverend Vernon Tyson, civil rights activist and Tim Tyson's father; Eddie McCoy, Oxford civil rights activist; and writer Thad Stem. Personal and family materials include correspondence, a journal, clippings, and other materials related to the Tyson family. Audio recordings are mainly of oral history interviews centering on race relations. Among those interviewed are Eddie McCoy, Ben Chavis and other Chavis family members, Golden Frinks, and Bobby Seale. Some of the interviews were conducted by Larry Thomas. The Addition of November 2012 contains notes made by prosecutor Jay Stroud relating to jury selection and other matters; motions, affadavits, indictments, and other legal documents; clippings; and printed materials relating to the trial of the members of the Wilmington Ten. There is also a draft of remarks made by Tim Tyson at a press conference concerning the trial materials in December 2012 in Chapel Hill, N.C.
Creator Tyson, Timothy B.
Language English
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Restrictions to Access
COLLECTION IS CLOSED TO RESEARCHERS (as of 20 February 2007).
Copyright Notice
Copyright is retained by the authors of items in these papers, or their descendants, as stipulated by United States copyright law.
Preferred Citation
[Identification of item], in the Timothy B. Tyson Papers #5246, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
Acquisitions Information
Received from Timothy B. Tyson, Chapel Hill, N..C. in October 2004 (Acc. 100252)and in November 2012 (Acc. 101703).
Custodial History
The Wilmington Ten trial materials in the Addition of November 2012 were given to Tim Tyson by New Hanover County District Attorney Ben David.
Sensitive Materials Statement
Manuscript collections and archival records may contain materials with sensitive or confidential information that is protected under federal or state right to privacy laws and regulations, the North Carolina Public Records Act (N.C.G.S. § 132 1 et seq.), and Article 7 of the North Carolina State Personnel Act (Privacy of State Employee Personnel Records, N.C.G.S. § 126-22 et seq.). Researchers are advised that the disclosure of certain information pertaining to identifiable living individuals represented in this collection without the consent of those individuals may have legal ramifications (e.g., a cause of action under common law for invasion of privacy may arise if facts concerning an individual's private life are published that would be deemed highly offensive to a reasonable person) for which the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill assumes no responsibility.
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Timothy B. Tyson was born in 1959 in North Carolina, the son of Reverend Vernon Tyson and Martha Buie Tyson. The family lived in several North Carolina cities, including Raleigh, Oxford, and Wilmington.

Timothy Tyson earned a B.A. from Emory University in 1987 and a Ph.D. from Duke University in 1994. He is professor of Afro-American Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. In 2004 and 2005, he was Visiting Professor of American Christianity and Southern Culture at the Duke Divinity School and Senior Scholar at the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University. He was also the John Hope Franklin Senior Fellow at the National Humanities Center.

Tyson's books include Blood Done Sign My Name (2004), a personal history about a racial murder in Oxford, N.C., in 1970. This book was chosen as the selection for the 2005-2006 Summer Reading Program at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Tyson is also the author of Radio Free Dixie: Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power (1999) and the co-editor of Democracy Betrayed: The Wilmington Race Riot of 1898 and Its Legacy (1998). Tyson has won numerous awards for his publications.

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The collection consists of publication materials, personal and family materials, and audio recordings. Drafts, notes, correspondence, interviews, photographs, and other materials are related to Tyson's publications Blood Done Sign My Name (2004), a personal history about a racial murder in Oxford, N.C., in 1970; Radio Free Dixie: Robert F. Williams and the Roots of Black Power (1999); and his master's thesis, Burning for Freedom (1990), also about race and Oxford, N.C. Some items relate to the Reverend Vernon Tyson, civil rights activist and Tim Tyson's father; Eddie McCoy, Oxford civil rights activist; and writer Thad Stem. Personal and family materials include correspondence, a journal, clippings, and other materials related to the Tyson family. Audio recordings are mainly of oral history interviews centering on race relations. Among those interviewed are Eddie McCoy, Ben Chavis and other Chavis family members, Golden Frinks, and Bobby Seale. Some of the interviews were conducted by Larry Thomas. The Addition of November 2012 contains notes made by prosecutor Jay Stroud relating to jury selection and other matters; motions, affadavits, indictments, and other legal documents; clippings; and printed materials relating to the trial of the members of the Wilmington Ten. There is also a draft of remarks made by Tim Tyson at a press conference concerning the trial materials in December 2012 in Chapel Hill, N.C.

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Contents list

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Series 1. Publications, 1955-2003.

About 2000 items.

Arrangement: by publication.

Note that original file folder titles have, when available, been retained.

expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003.

About 800 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Includes interview transcripts, clippings, drafts, notes, correspondence, and other materials related to the writing of Blood Done Sign My Name.

See also Series 3., Audio Recordings, for materials related to this publication.

Folder 1

Agreements between Tyson and McCoy, 1989, 2002 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 1

Folder 2

Chavis, William (Boo) interview, 16 January 1989 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 2

Folder 3-5

Folder 3

Folder 4

Folder 5

Clippings, 1970 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 3-5

Folder 6

Clippings, 1989 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 6

Folder 7

Correspondence and notes with editor #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 7

Folder 8

Draft #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 8

Oversize Volume V-5246/S-1

Draft #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." V-5246/S-1

Bound version with title The Fire in Our Bones crossed out and Blood Done Sign My Name written in. Very few other editorial markings.

Folder 9

"Drinkin' that Freedom Wine" chapter outline #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 9

Folder 10

Granville County industry information #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 10

Folder 11

"In the Heat of the South" play, 2003 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 11

Folder 12

Interview transcript, unknown interviewee #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 12

Folder 13

Loose manuscript pages #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 13

Folder 14

McCoy interview, undated #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 14

Folder 15

Miscellaneous data: people, leads, ideas, etc. #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 15

Folder 16-20

Folder 16

Folder 17

Folder 18

Folder 19

Folder 20

Notebooks #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 16-20

Folder 21-23

Folder 21

Folder 22

Folder 23

Notes #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 21-23

Folder 24

Notes and photocopies #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 24

Folder 25

Police materials, circa 1970 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 25

Folder 26

Stem, Thad: Letters, 1955-1961 and undated #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 26

Folder 27

Teel arrest and court records #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 27

Folder 28

Teel, Robert: Interview, 20 June 1983 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 28

Folder 29

Watkins interview questions, 1988 #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 29

Folder 30

Drafts and other materials on Zip disk (software: Microsoft Word) #05246, Subseries: "1.1. Blood Done Sign My Name, 1955-2003." Folder 30

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Subseries 1.2. Radio Free Dixie, .

About 1200 items.

Contains copies of Robert William's FBI Files, as opened by the Freedom of Information Act. Part 6 of 10 is not present in this collection. Also in this subseries are photographs of Robert Williams and photographs related to him.

See also Series 3., Audio Recordings, for materials related to this publication.

Folder 31-32

Folder 31

Folder 32

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 1 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 31-32

Folder 33-34

Folder 33

Folder 34

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 2 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 33-34

Folder 35-36

Folder 35

Folder 36

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 3 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 35-36

Folder 37-39

Folder 37

Folder 38

Folder 39

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 4 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 37-39

Folder 40-42

Folder 40

Folder 41

Folder 42

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 5 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 40-42

Folder 43-44

Folder 43

Folder 44

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 7 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 43-44

Folder 45-47

Folder 45

Folder 46

Folder 47

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 8 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 45-47

Folder 48-49

Folder 48

Folder 49

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 9 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 48-49

Folder 50

Robert Williams's FBI Files, Part 10 of 10 #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." Folder 50

Image Folder P-5246/1

Photographs #05246, Subseries: "1.2. Radio Free Dixie, ." P-5246/1

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2 items.

Two copies of Tyson's master's thesis, Burning for Freedom: Oxford, North Carolina and the Black Struggle for Equality , much of which formed the basis for Blood Done Sign My Name.

See also Series 3., Audio Recordings, for materials related to this publication.

Folder 51

Burning for Freedom, 1990 #05246, Subseries: "1.3. Master's Thesis, 1990." Folder 51

Oversize Volume S-5246/S-2

Burning for Freedom, 1990 #05246, Subseries: "1.3. Master's Thesis, 1990." S-5246/S-2

Has sticky notes with handwritten notes inserted on pages throughout manuscript.

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53 items.

Arrangement: alphabetical.

Mainly oral history interviews with North Carolinians that were conducted by Tim Tyson and Larry Thomas. Also includes recordings of a radio show and a presentation by Tyson. Materials are arranged in alphabetical order by last name of interviewee. The Larry Thomas tapes have been filed under Thomas's last name, then under the name of his interviewee. Tapes without an interviewee name have been filed at the end, along with the radio show and presentation cassettes. There are also 13 unlabeled cassettes.

Audiocassette C-5246/1-2

C-5246/1

C-5246/2

A. C. "Red" Beall with Tim Tyson, 15 September 1992 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/1-2

Microcassettes, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/3

Linda Bell, Carolyn Thorpe, 16 January 1989 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/3

Microcassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/4

Dr. and Mrs. Heyward Bellamy, 18 September 1992 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/4

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/5-7

C-5246/5

C-5246/6

C-5246/7

Walter Cavers interview, undated #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/5-7

Cassettes

Audiocassette C-5246/8-9

C-5246/8

C-5246/9

Ben Chavis, 29 April 1988 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/8-9

Microcassettes, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/10

Mary and Fanny Chavis, 15 June 1983 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/10

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/11

William Chavis interview, 16 January 1989 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/11

Microcassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/12

Chavis women, no date #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/12

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/13

George Clark, 12 August 1992 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/13

Microcassette, 60 minutes

School Board legislative liaison for Holshouser, Wilmington.

Audiocassette C-5246/14

Herman Cozart, undated #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/14

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/15

Hugh Currin, Sr., Mayor of Oxford, interview with Tim Tyson, 5 January 1989 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/15

Microcassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/16-17

C-5246/16

C-5246/17

Dickerson, no date #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/16-17

Cassettes, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/18

Golden Frinks, 27 December 1988 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/18

Microcassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/19

H. G. Grohman, no date #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/19

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/20

Grohman, Wilmington ROWP, undated #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/20

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/21-22

C-5246/21

C-5246/22

B. B. Halterman with Tim Tyson, 14 August 1992 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/21-22

Microcassettes, 60 minutes

Former mayor of Wilmington.

Audiocassette C-5246/23

Eddie McCoy and Bobby Seale, undated #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/23

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/24

J. W. McDow, 17 September 1993 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/24

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/25

Sam Morgan, 28 December 2003 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/25

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/26

Seale, undated #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/26

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/27-28

C-5246/27

C-5246/28

Robert G. Teel, 20 June 1983 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/27-28

Cassettes, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/29

Larry Thomas tapes: Koko Nantambu, Tape #20, by Thomas, Wilmington, N.C., 15 May 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/29

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/30

Larry Thomas tapes: Elijah Richardson, Tape #54, by Thomas, Wilmington, N.C., 17 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/30

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/31

Larry Thomas tapes: Mrs. Donald Templeton, Tape #45A and B, by Thomas, West New York, N.J., 28 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/31

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/44

Larry Thomas tapes: Eugene Templeton, Tape #47, with Larry Thomas, 1 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/44

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/32-33

C-5246/32

C-5246/33

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #14, 22, 23, 24, "JJ," "JHG," "AJ," and "RB," 13-17 May 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/32-33

Cassettes, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/34

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #34, 23 June 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/34

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/35a-35b

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #39, by Thomas, Wilmington, N.C., 9 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/35a-35b

Cassette, 90 minutes - 2 copies

Audiocassette C-5246/36

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #44, 20 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/36

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/37

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #49, 8 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/37

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/38

Larry Thomas tapes: Larry Thomas, Tape #55, 21 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/38

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/45

Larry Thomas tapes: Black Man/Black Woman, Tape #33, 18-19 June 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/45

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/46

Larry Thomas tapes: "Brother P" with Larry Thomas, Tape #38, 5 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/46

Cassette, 90 minutes

"Brother P" is a black man, a participant in the riots in 1968 after MLK assassination and events of 1971, too.

Audiocassette C-5246/47

Larry Thomas tapes: "Bro T" with Larry Thomas, Tape #56, 22 August 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/47

Cassette, 90 minutes

"Bro T", non-student living in Wilmington, N. C., 1968-1971.

Audiocassette C-5246/48

Larry Thomas tapes: "Mrs. B" by Thomas, West New York, N.J.,Tape #45B and 46A, 28 July 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/48

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/50

Larry Thomas tapes: "Leader" of the 1968 riot, with Larry Thomas, Tape #35, 29 June 1978 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/50

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/39

Bobby Tyson, no date #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/39

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/40

Bobby Tyson with Tim Tyson, Harnett County, Fall 2003 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/40

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/41

Dewey Tyson/Vernon Tyson, Greenville, February 1987 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/41

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/42

Tommy and Vernon Tyson by the cemetery, no date #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/42

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/43

Vernon Tyson with Tim, 31 December 2003 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/43

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/44

Bobby Tyson with Tim Tyson, Harnett County, Fall 2003 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/44

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/53

Daddy and Me Ride to Greenville, no date #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/53

Cassette, 90 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/51

In Honor of Robert Williams, 20 March 1997 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/51

Cassette, 60 minutes

Armed Resistance/Tyson (Side 1); Armed Resistance/Payne (Side 2)

Audiocassette C-5246/52

Mike Collins Show, WFAE with Tim and Mabel, Charlotte, N.C., 12 April 2000 #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/52

Cassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/49

Old Man, no date #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/49

Microcassette, 60 minutes

Audiocassette C-5246/54-66

C-5246/54

C-5246/55

C-5246/56

C-5246/57

C-5246/58

C-5246/59

C-5246/60

C-5246/61

C-5246/62

C-5246/63

C-5246/64

C-5246/65

C-5246/66

Unlabeled, undated cassettes #05246, Series: "3. Audio Recordings, 1978-2003." C-5246/54-66

2 cassettes, 11 microcassettes

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expand/collapse Expand/collapse Addition of November 2012: Wilmington Ten Trial Materials and Tim Tyson Press Conference Remarks, 1972-1974, 2012 (Acc. 101703).

About 200 items.

Contains notes made by prosecutor Jay Stroud relating to jury selection and other matters; motions, affadavits, indictments, and other legal documents; clippings; and printed materials relating to the trial of the members of the Wilmington Ten. There is also a draft of remarks made by Tim Tyson at a press conference concerning the trial materials in December 2012 in Chapel Hill, N.C.

Original order and original file folders have been retained. Many folders include notes about the folder's content written by an unidentified author; these have also been retained.

Folder 61-70

Folder 61

Folder 62

Folder 63

Folder 64

Folder 65

Folder 66

Folder 67

Folder 68

Folder 69

Folder 70

Wilmington Ten trial materials, 1972-1974 and undated #05246, Series: "Addition of November 2012: Wilmington Ten Trial Materials and Tim Tyson Press Conference Remarks, 1972-1974, 2012 (Acc. 101703)." Folder 61-70

These materials were given to Tim Tyson by New Hanover County District Attorney Ben David.

Folder 71

Tim Tyson press conference remarks, Chapel Hill, N.C., December 2012 #05246, Series: "Addition of November 2012: Wilmington Ten Trial Materials and Tim Tyson Press Conference Remarks, 1972-1974, 2012 (Acc. 101703)." Folder 71

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Processing Information

Processed by: Valerie Gillispie, November 2005

Encoded by: Valerie Gillispie, November 2005

Updated because of addition by Jackie Dean, January 2013.

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