File 90 - Drafts of Selma 1965

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CA ON00389 1-1-1-90

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Drafts of Selma 1965

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  • 1965 (Creation)

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1.2 cm of textual records

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(1932-1996)

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File consists of five copies (three original copies, two original mimeographs) of a draft typescript of "Selma 1965: naar de 'deep, deep south'", about Nouwen's participation in the civil rights march from Selma, AL, to Montgomery, AL, in 1965. Nouwen wrote this paper while a theological fellow in the program of religion and psychiatry at The Menninger Clinic (Topeka, KS).

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  • Dutch
  • English

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Title based on contents of the file.
Draft (5) contains annotation: "Ramselaar" (upper right corner).
Previous item number: 1-1a.
Drafts are in Dutch and English.
This article was published in English translation in "The Road to Peace" (1998), ed. John Dear.
See Teaching Material - Course Lectures, Handouts, Reading and Student Notes - Collected Class Material, box 266, file 2100, for a copy of this text.
See Published Works - Articles by Nouwen, box 294, item 1540, for a possible published version of this text.
See Photographs, box 389, file 1, items P2276-P2356, for slides taken by David Zegers during the march from Selma to Montgomery, AL that Nouwen ordered after meeting Zegers on the march.
See Accession 2007 63 for a copy of this text.

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2000 02

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Box 33

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