Rev. M.L. Kirkland in front of Neshoba County courthouse
Label reads: "Philadelphia, Mississippi, October 1964. James Collier, CORE task force worker and Rev. M.L. Kirkland in front of Neshoba County courthouse. Rev. Kirkland was the first Black registered in the registration drive (making a total of 5 in the county). He had taken the registration test 5 times since 1952, but had never passed. Collier is pinning "I am Registered" pin on Rev. Kirkland."