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The Ellwangers’ Legacy Of Fighting For Justice

The New York Times, March 5, 1965: “Alabama March By Negroes Fails”

The New York Times, March 31, 1965: “Wallace Meets A Biracial Group”

The New York Times, March 31, 1965: “Wallace Meets A Biracial Group”

The New York Times, March 6, 1966: “‘Bloody Sunday’ Was Year Ago; Now Selma Negroes Are Hopeful”

The New York Times, March 7, 1965: “White Alabamians Stage Selma March To Support Negroes”

The New York Times, March 7, 1965: “Alabama Whites Support Negroes”

The Birmingham News, March 12, 1965: “Johnson may hold position”

The Birmingham News, March 27, 1965: “Wallace may see righters on Monday”

The Birmingham News, March 27, 1965: “Preparedness aided FBI in slaying” and “State may press for murder charges”

The Selma Times Journal, March 2, 1966: “Dave Ellwanger Qualifies For May Primary”

The Marion Times-Standard, April 28, 1966: “Put Dave Ellwanger to work for you.”

The Marion Times-Standard, April 28, 1966: “Dave Ellwanger Is My Friend”

The Marion Times-Standard, April 28, 1966: “Put Dave Ellwanger to work for you”

The Marion Times-Standard, April 28, 1966

The Marion Times-Standard, April 28, 1966

The Montgomery Advertiser and Alabama Journal, March 7, 1965: “Dallas Told To Submit Voting Files”

The Dallas Morning News, March 7, 1965: “Troopers Called For Sunday”

The Washington Post, March 7, 1965: “Selma Whites Jeered After Joining Protests”

The Birmingham News, March 9, 1965: “Selma publisher sees federal action”

The Birmingham News, March 12, 1965: “Ministers to hear reports on Selma”

The Birmingham News, March 12, 1965: “Voice of the People”

Associated Press, March 12, 1965: “Ellwanger Points Religious Causes”

The Birmingham News, March 14, 1965: “Johnson tells of meeting with Wallace”

The Birmingham News, March 27, 1965: “News printed, not rumors of every kind from Selma”