Register of the Benjamin F. Holman papers
|1930, December 18||Born, Columbia, South Carolina|
|1948-1950||Student, Lincoln University, Pennsylvania|
|1952||B.S., University of Kansas|
|1954-1957||Postgraduate work at University of Chicago, Illinois|
|1952-1962||Reporter, Chicago Daily News|
|1962-1963||Commentator, WBBM-TV, Chicago|
|1963-1965||Reporter, assignment editor, CBS News, New York City|
|1965-1968||Assistant director for media relations, Community Relations Service, United States Department of Justice, Washington|
|1969-1977||Director, Community Relations Service|
|1968-1969||Producer, NBC News|
|1978-||Professor of journalism, University of Maryland|
Subjects and Indexing Terms
Associate Director, Includes a memorandum about the American Indian Movement convention at Standing Rock Sioux Reservation 1973-1974.
Chief Counsel, Includes weekly reports on desegregation activities and a memorandum about the Louisville desegregation case 1975-1977.
Goldenrods (memoranda from Holman to the staff), For topics, see appendix 1969-1977.
Monthly region reports November and December 1976
Speeches and writings by CRS officials other than Holman
Staff time reports
Correspondence with agencies and individuals outside the Federal government
Includes William J. Raspberry and Roy Innis 1969-1970.
Includes clippings 1973-1975.
Includes William J. Raspberry 1976-1977.
Correspondence with departments and individuals within the Federal government but outside the Justice Department
Speeches and writings by Justice Department officials other than Holman. Includes speeches by Richard G. Kleindienst, Richard L. Thornburgh and William B. Saxbe
Assistant Attorney Generals 1969-1976
Attorney General, Topics include student unrest, desegregation in Boston, Detroit and other schools and American Indians. Includes weekly reports on significant developments nationwide 1969-1976.
Deputy Attorney General, Topics include the IMAGE project, American Indians, Mexican-Americans and Boston school desegregation 1968-1976.
Law Enforcement Assistance Administration (LEAA), Includes a study of LEAA and a critique of the study 1969, 1976.
United States Attorneys. Includes memoranda about civil disturbances in Illinois
General. Includes correspondence, memoranda, clippings, pamphlets, daily schedule, articles and affidavits regarding staff complaints
General and Includes materials on Holman's reappointment as director and copy of a speech by Holman to the Civil Rights Oversight Subcommittee on the proposed budget cuts for CRS 1969-1973.
Includes article by Holman on mediation 1974.
Includes copy of a speech by Holman on minority/majority coalitions 1975.
Includes letter from Jimmy Carter accepting Holman's resignation 1976-1977.
African trip 1972
Articles and appearances
Clippings about Holman and CRS
Interview with John Slawson
General. Includes correspondence, schedules and background information
Travel notes, Includes itineraries, correspondence and background information 1973-1976.
Bunche (Ralph) United Nations Association Program
Civil rights legislation
Coalition on Cable Television (CATV)
Community Anti-Crime Assistance Act of 1973
Community Relations Service
Complaints of misconduct
History of CRS for Johnson Library Project
Origin and development of CRS
Crisis Reporting System
Desegregation handbook, Dayton public schools, Ohio
Mark Twain Junior High School for gifted and talented, New York
Resource book from CRS desegregation workshop December 11-12, 1975
St. Louis County, Missouri
Wilmington, Delaware public schools
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Human relations commissions
Attorney General annual reports 1973, 1974
KAYE radio station, Puyallup, Washington
Labor and civil rights
Media - advertising campaign
Planning, Policy and Program Development, Office of (OPD)
Race and race relations
Rumor control centers
Special Headquarters Alert Response Program (SHARP)
Staff management plan
Tension, Racial. Report Summer 1972
Transition to Carter administration December 1976
Wounded Knee, Pine Ridge Sioux Reservation