For more than half a century, a briefcase belonging to Harry T. Moore, one of Florida's civil rights pioneers, was missing.
Moore and his wife were killed when a bomb ripped through their home on Christmas in 1951 in rural Mims, Florida.
The briefcase recently turned up, just a half mile from where it was before the bombing. Earlier this week, its contents were returned to Moore's only surviving daughter, Evangeline.
Debbie Elliott speaks with her about the documents inside, and about her late father.