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Departmental and Citizen Correspondence These documents consist of letters from citizens or organizations that may comment on cases or matters in which the Division may have been involved; and the Division痴 responses to correspondence. The records may also include citizen comments on general events that did not directly involve a Division case or matter or did not receive an official response from the Division.
Departmental and Citizen Correspondence (reel 002)
part1; part2; part3; part4;
part5; part6; part7; part8;
part9; part10; part11; part12;
part13; part14; part15; part16;
part17; part18; part19;
Departmental and Citizen Correspondence and Newspaper Articles (reel 002)
part1; part2; part3; part4;
part5;
Departmental and Citizen Correspondence December 1962 and January 1963-June 1963 (reel 004)
part1; part2; part3; part4;
part5; part6; part7; part8;
part9; part10; part11;

Keywords:
Newspaper Articles
Voting Rights
Louisiana
Segregation
New Jersey
Burke Marshall
Alabama
NAACP - CORE
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
Birmingham
Atlanta
Deputy Attorney General Katzenbach
Assistant Attorney General Louis T. Oberdorfer
Little Rock, Arkansas
Robert F. Kennedy
Birmingham, Alabama
Civil Rights Foreign Students Seminar

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Updated August 6, 2015

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