November 1, 1961  The Interstate Commerce Commission's federal order banning segregation at all interstate public facilities officially comes into effect.

September 1961 The Interstate Commerce Commission issued regulations that outlawed segregation on buses and in terminal facilities used for interstate travel on this date.

JAMES W. McDILL IOWA SENATOR INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURE

JAMES W. McDILL IOWA SENATOR INTERSTATE COMMERCE COMMISSION AUTOGRAPH SIGNATURE

Interstate Commerce Commission, Iowa, Ephemera, Envelope, James D'arcy, Place Settings

Interstate Commerce Commission

(Warren Gamaliel), and a nice collection of historic photos.

Interstate Commerce Commission Building You are viewing a one-of-a-kind photograph of Interstate Commerce Commission Building. It was made between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing.   The photograph documents United States.

Interstate Commerce Commission Building You are viewing a one-of-a-kind photograph of Interstate Commerce Commission Building. It was made between 1905 and 1945 by Harris & Ewing. The photograph documents United States.

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The rides continued for the following months and under pressure from the Kennedy administration, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued new regulations prohibiting segregated transport facilities. Patricia Elaine Bryant, then 20, was member of the 12th group of Freedom Riders that were arrested in Jackson, coming from Nashville at 5.30am on June 8, 1961.

Mugshots of Freedom Riders are brought to life in colorized images

The rides continued for the following months and under pressure from the Kennedy administration, the Interstate Commerce Commission issued new regulations prohibiting segregated transport facilities. Patricia Elaine Bryant, then 20, was member of the 12th group of Freedom Riders that were arrested in Jackson, coming from Nashville at 5.30am on June 8, 1961.

Chairman of a group of Craig County officials speaks out against an Interstate Commerce Commission ruling which authorizes the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway to abandon a branch line in the county - University of Virginia - Virgo

Chairman of a group of Craig County officials speaks out against an Interstate Commerce Commission ruling which authorizes the Chesapeake and Ohio Railway to abandon a branch line in the county - University of Virginia - Virgo

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Washington, D.C., 1924. "Interstate Commerce Commission building." Two doors down from the Jazz Age equivalent of the Apple Store. Note police call box with Bat Signal globe. Harris & Ewing Collection glass negative.

Shorpy Historical Photo Archive :: Washington, D." Two doors down from the Jazz Age equivalent of the Apple Store. Note police call box with Bat Signal globe.

North Alabama Express. an Alabama Corporation Aaa Cooper Transportation Inc. an Alabama Corporation Alabama Public Service Commission Milan Express Inc. Intervenors v. The Interstate Commerce Commission and the United States of America Averitt Express Inc. Deaton Inc. Intervenors 996 F.2d 1072 11th Cir. (1993)

North Alabama Express. an Alabama Corporation Aaa Cooper Transportation Inc. an Alabama Corporation Alabama Public Service Commission Milan Express Inc. Intervenors v. The Interstate Commerce Commission and the United States of America Averitt Express Inc. Deaton Inc. Intervenors 996 F.2d 1072 11th Cir. (1993)

Sarah Keys v. Carolina Coach Company, (1955)is a landmark civil rights case in the United States in which the Interstate Commerce Commission, in response to a bus segregation complaint filed in 1953 by a Women's Army Corps (WAC) private  Sarah Louise Keys, broke with its historic adherence to the Plessyv. Ferguson separate but equal doctrine and interpreted the Interstate Commerce Act as banning the segregation of black passengers in buses traveling across state line

March 2012 Honoring Sarah L. Keys quiet courage in the battle for Civil Rights. Remembering the sacrifice of Civil Rights pioneer Medgar Evers

Dovey Johnson Roundtree, who was born April 17, 1914 in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a retired Washington, DC African American civil rights and criminal defense lawyer.

Dovey Johnson Roundtree, who was born April 1914 in Charlotte, North Carolina, is a retired Washington, DC African American civil rights and criminal defense lawyer.

The Power Brake Law of 1958 ICC Interstate Commerce Commission Railroads

The Power Brake Law of 1958 ICC Interstate Commerce Commission Railroads

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