|Burke Library at Union Theological Seminary|
Series II: Civil rights and social justice work, 1962 -- 1975
This series is open for research.
This series contains materials related to Lundeen's civil rights and social justice work, including a diary from Camp Minisink; reports written by Lundeen documenting voter registration campaigns in Hattiesburg, Mississippi during Freedom Summer, as well as reports documenting social justice work Lundeen took part in under the auspices of the Delta Ministry largely in Natchez and Edwards, Mississippi; notes taken and supplemental materials compiled by Lundeen, including pamphlets, fact sheets, statistics, reports, and maps from organizations including SNCC, the Delta Ministry, and the Mississippi Freedom Democratic Party; selected UTS course materials related to social justice efforts, including notes, readings, clippings, and material related to the Weekend Seminars run by the Ecumenical Institute of Chicago in 1967; and photographs, negatives, proof sheets, slides, and accompanying descriptive captions and notes, as well as informal census information and maps, that Lundeen compiled documenting neighborhoods and people in Natchez, Mississippi, towards producing a Natchez poverty report.
This series is arranged in rough chronological order.