Richard and Bertha Carter Collection – 103 photographs depicting church activities, Black schools and the Elks organization in Montgomery, circa 1950--; limited manuscripts.
Charles Conley Collections – Legal briefs, handwritten legal notes, news paper articles.
Rufus A. Lewis Collection – Photographs, scrapbooks, small artifacts, manuscripts, news articles, original posters and leaflets, news articles, phonographs, covering his life as the leading organizer for Montgomery and Central Alabama’s Voting Rights Movement, circa 1940--
Madison Family – Photographs, deeds, manuscripts, circa 1880--
Flora Moore-Andry Collection – Photographs depicting Black families and the 1965 Voting Rights March in Montgomery, small artifacts and manuscripts, circa 1900--
Gwendolyn M. Patton – 93 video interviews and 18 transcriptions thereof of Montgomery foot-soldiers and pioneer voting rights activists; 16 audio-tapes and transcriptions of Black and White involvement and observations of the 1965 Voting Rights March; 20 water-color and oiled-based paintings by students of Dr. George Washington Carver, using paint that they had created, circa 1920; original leaflets, posters and movement buttons; photographs, manuscripts and news articles, circa 1960--
Lucille Times – Her apparel worn on the 1965 Selma-to-Montgomery Voting Rights March and other small artifacts; limited manuscripts.
Idessa Williams-Redden – Scrapbooks, manuscripts, original posters and leaflets.
Jessie Williams – Original Alabama State Normal School (now Alabama State University) diplomas signed by Presidents John W. Beverly (1920) and H. Councill Trenholm (1929), and signed Madame Butler School of Beauty Culture (1918); photographs depicting Black life, circa 1950-60; limited manuscripts.