Resources consulted for this exhibit but not specifically cited as endnotes include:

  • Rice University Archives Information files for Charlie Freeman, Kennard W. Reed, Jr., Linda Faye Williams, Blacks at Rice, Literary Societies, Katherine Fischer Drew, Katherine Tsanoff Brown, Sarah Lane, (Rice) Women’s Housing, Students-Minorities, and others. 
  • Rice Thresher, 1916-2014 (student newspaper)
  • The Campanile, 1916-2014 (Rice University yearbooks)
  • Meiners, Fredericka. "A history of Rice University : the Institute years, 1907-1963, 1st ed.." (1982) http://hdl.handle.net/1911/35955  

 

Resources cited in this exhibit 

1.) Rice University Centennial Celebration Committee, Michael Raphael, Patricia Summerlin Martin, and Colin Delany. The History of Student Life At Rice University: A Series of Papers. [Houston, Tex.]: Rice [University], 1990. pg. 91

2.) Boles, John B. A University so Conceived: A Brief History of Rice University. Fourth, revised and expanded edition. Houston, Tex.: Rice University, Office of Public Affairs, 2012.

3.) Rice Historical Society. "The Cornerstone: Volume 5 No. 4, Summer 2000, The Lits - Rice Literary Societies." (2000) Rice University: http://hdl.handle.net/1911/88931. pg 6

4.) Ibid, pg. 3

5.) Christian, Carol. "By Any Other Name: Rice Literary Societies." Sallyport Feb.-Mar. 1995: 22-27.  Rice University. pg.3

6.) Ibid, pg. 26-27

7.) Rice University. Charter of the William M. Rice Institute (printed version) http://hdl.handle.net/1911/63457 1891. pg. 3

8.) Kean, Melissa. Desegregating Private Higher Education in the South: Duke, Emory, Rice, Tulane, and Vanderbilt. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2008. pg. 229

9.) Rice University. Reflections of the Past, Promises for the Future. Video news story https://youtu.be/E531zmrxb0c. Accessed April 26, 2016. Remarks by Melissa Kean.

10.) Kean, Melissa. Desegregating Private Higher Education in the South: Duke, Emory, Rice, Tulane, and Vanderbilt. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2008. pg. 228

11.) Ibid, pg. 233

12.) Ibid, pg. 238

13.) Ibid, pg. 52

14.) Ibid, pg. 89

15.) Ibid, pg. 90

16.) Ibid, pg. 92

17.) Ibid, pg. 98

18.) Ibid, pg. 116

19.) Ibid, pg. 118

20.) “Views On Athletics, [Segregation] ‘In Poll,’” The Rice Thresher - April 30, 1954, page 4

21.) Kean, Melissa. Desegregating Private Higher Education in the South: Duke, Emory, Rice, Tulane, and Vanderbilt. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2008. pg. 119

22.) Ibid, pg. 169

23.) Ibid, pg. 169

24.) Ibid, pg. 171

25.) Ibid, pg. 220

26.) Ibid, pg. 224

27.) Ibid, pg. 225

28.) Ibid, pg. 228

29.) Ibid, pg. 229

30.) Ibid, pg. 232

31.) McGowan, Mary.  Coffee v Rice (2013) Prezi presentation. Online at https://prezi.com/7vstv4nusjxv/coffee-v-rice/?utm_source=prezi-view&utm_medium=ending-bar&utm_content=Title-link&utm_campaign=ending-bar-tryout. Accessed April 26, 2016. 

32.)  [Lawrence Spencer’s Recommendation Letter, Charles Freeman Information File], Woodson Research Center Fondren Library, Rice University. pg. 1

33.) [Lawrence Spencer’s Recommendation Letter, Charles Freeman Information File], Woodson Research Center Fondren Library, Rice University. pg. 2

34.) Beckwith, David. "Mass Protest Set at Rice Today." Houston Chronicle 11 Apr. 1969: 1+. Print.

35.) "Protest Set at Rice on Decision." Fort Worth Star-Telegram 11 Apr. 1969. Print.

36.) Taylor, Hobart, III. "Campus Activist of '60s in Insurance Now." Houston Chronicle 1976, Follow Up sec. Print.

37.) Crowe, Robert. "Deaths: Charles E. Freeman III, 54, Lawyer and Fervent Muslim." Houston Chronicle. Hearst Newspapers, LLC, 15 May 2003. Web. 4 Apr. 2016. <http://www.chron.com/news/houston-deaths/article/Deaths-Charles-E-Freeman-III-54-lawyer-and-2127755.php>