Correspondence between Raymond Pace Alexander and Clarence E. Pickett

Title:

Correspondence between Raymond Pace Alexander and Clarence E. Pickett

Creator Organization:

Fellowship Commission (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Date:

1956;

Subject:

Schools
Segregation
Civil rights
Race discrimination

Geographic Subject:

Philadelphia (Pa.)

Organization:

Fellowship Commission (Philadelphia, Pa.)

Notes:

Correspondence between Raymond Pace Alexander and Clarence Pickett concerning financing for the Girard College desegregation case. Includes a copy of Alexander's letter to Maurice Fagan about the case and the impediments to NAACP involvement.

Type:

Correspondence

Number of Pages:

6

Rights:

This material is subject to copyright law and is made available for private study, scholarship, and research purposes only. For access to the original or a high resolution reproduction, and for permission to publish, please contact Temple University Libraries, Special Collections Research Center, scrc@temple.edu, 215-204-8257.

Contact:

image/jp2

Language:

English

Repository:

Temple University Libraries, Urban Archives

Digital Collection:

Urban Archives Manuscript Collection

Repository Collection:

Fellowship Commission, Acc. 626

Folder:

Fellowship Commission. Committee on Opportunity for Higher Education. Girard College. Correspondence (1955-1958).
Identifier: AMANU_201105000045

Unique ID:

p15037coll19,602