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Papers relating to race relations 1943-1958.

Author: Jack Dalton; Ernest A Gray; Lillian Smith
Edition/Format:   Book : Manuscript   Archival Material : English
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Form letters and appeals for contributions from such organizations as the Virginia Commission on Interracial Cooperation, Virginia Council of Churches, The Southern Regional Council, Southern Conference for Human Welfare, etc. Also a memorandum from the Conference of Graduate Education for Negroes, Durham, N.C., 1945 July, form letters from Lillian Smith regarding the "South Today" and a campaign to free Tee Davis;  Read more...
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Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Jack Dalton; Ernest A Gray; Lillian Smith
OCLC Number: 647947777
Description: 30 items.

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Form letters and appeals for contributions from such organizations as the Virginia Commission on Interracial Cooperation, Virginia Council of Churches, The Southern Regional Council, Southern Conference for Human Welfare, etc. Also a memorandum from the Conference of Graduate Education for Negroes, Durham, N.C., 1945 July, form letters from Lillian Smith regarding the "South Today" and a campaign to free Tee Davis; an offprint from Harper's Magazin "Race riots can be prevented" by Ernest A. Gray, Jr.; and literature regarding Pacificana, a program to promote appreciation of Asian nations.

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