RG 60, Eastman-Fenwick Family Papers

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RG 60, Eastman-Fenwick Family Papers

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Newspaper article: "They Said It Couldn't Happen In Virginia", Richmond Afro-American, June 27, 1959.
Article concerning the events in Virginia that have caused Governor J. Lindsay Almond and the NAACP to be in agreement on supporting public schools in Virginia against massive resistance.

Two Newspaper Articles: Farmville Herald, "Stand or Flee", July 7, 1959; and "Transfers Are Sought By Whites", The Durham Sun, June 17, 1959.
First article: editorial against school integration referencing North Carolina cases. Second article: article concerning the merger of Negro and white schools which has caused a request from 90 percent of the white parents for transfers.

Newspaper article: "Back Almond's School Stand, Labor Urged", 'Defenders' are Scored by Miller', Richmond News Leader, June 16, 1959.
Francis Pickens Miller spoke at the annual Virginia State Convention of the AFL-CIO urging support of Governor Almond now that the Governor has abandoned backing massive resistance.
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