I think it's quite fascinating that any records on these folks were collected, since most weren't Mississippi residents. Anyway, I've included one or two links for each name. None are particularly representative of what is in the Commission's treasure chest; But take a look; there are some real gems.
Remember, when using these files look for all sorts of spellings and combinations of names. Even Guy Banister's contract employee, John D. Sullivan, spelled the old coot's name with two n's! Also, all of the files are not thoroughly indexed, so names can appear in reports but not be found through the main index. SUSAN
Here's the link for a basic name searjch./http://mdah.state.ms.us/arrec/digital_archives/sovcom/
Remember, this database was built pre-computer days. Try several possible spellings to a name when using it. For instanc, J Egar Hoover has three different versions.
Jack Brown (as named by Joe Milteer).
Wickliffe P. Draper
James O. Eastland
J. Edgar Hoover
Lyndon B. Johnson
John F. Kennedy
Robert F. Kennedy
John Lechner (name foud in Richard Nagell’s notebook)
Robert D. Morrow
(Fair Play For Cuba)
David A. Phillips
Alex Rorke, Jr.
John H. Rousselot
John C. Satterfield
Jay Sourwine (note: Pacifica Foundation was chaired by Andrew Goodman's father)
John D. Sullivan
Gen. Edwin Walker