RG 19, The Personal Papers of Elizabeth Pfohl Campbell

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Title

RG 19, The Personal Papers of Elizabeth Pfohl Campbell

Description

This collection consists of the personal papers of Elizabeth Pfohl Campbell, and covers the period from 1945 through 1991, with the bulk of the material falling between 1947 and 1959. The materials in this collection were generated or collected as a result of Mrs. Campbell's involvement in the Arlington County School Board, as well as her interests and activities in education and local politics.

Items in the RG 19, The Personal Papers of Elizabeth Pfohl Campbell Collection

Letter to the Editor by Edmund Gibson, Reprint from Richmond News-Leader, 6/2/1958
The Life and Times of Arlington County, Critic of Progressive Education Chronicles a Remarkable Tale, anti-desegregation, Edmund Gibson, Defenders of State Sovereignty

Letter, Defenders of Sate Sovereignty and Individual Liberties to Stratford Student, 1/30/1959
Stratford Students urged to boycott school after admission of 4 Negro students

Letter,  Elizabeth Campbell to Editor Washington Post, n.d. 2 pages.
Behavior of individuals at Washington Lee Speech of Overstreets, Defenders of Individual Liberties, Mrs. Helen Lane, Arlington School Board

Telegram, Mrs. Richard B. Young to Clark Keating, 2/29/1957, 4 pages., includes envelope
Against Overstreets, former Communists speaking at Washington-Lee High School

Letter, Jack Rathbone to Daniel Dugan, 2 pages.
Criticism Desegregation groups, Massive Resistance, Commonwealth Attorney William Hassan, private schools. Booth, Campbell

Typewritten copy, Resolution, American Council of Churches, 4/29 -5/2[??], and Defenders of State Sovereignty reproduction of Paul Harvey comments, n.d. 2 pages
First page: Resolution of American Council of Churches, Greenvile S.C. 4/29-5/2[??] , Opposition to National Council of Churches call for a non-segregated church in a non-segregated world. Second page: Defenders of State Sovereignty, Paul Harvey…

Reprint from Virginia Record, 8/1955
Defenders of State Sovereignty, Robert Crawford, William Maxey Jr. William Cocke Jr.

News clipping, Women are Near Blows at School, n.d., 4 pages, 2 pages are verso on newspaper
Washington-Lee High School, Speakers Harry and Bonaro Overstreet were former Communists

News clipping, Washington Afro-American, 8/24/1956
Headline: Judge outlaws segregation in Arlington (VA) schools

Memo, Procedures for Admittance for Negro pupils to Stratford Junior High, 1/22/1959
Planned procedures for Stratford Junior High School Desegregation by Arlington County School Board for pupils, news personnel, authorized persons in area, police protection

Memo, Ray Reid Arlington Schools Superintendent to Newspapers, Magazines and Television about Press Coverage of Opening of School, 8/29/1958
Notice to News Media that they will not be admitted on opening day of any Arlington Schools which are integrating to protect safety and education of pupils

Memo from Stratford Junior High to Superintendent of Schools, 2/2/1959, 8 pages
Conditions on first Day Stratford Junior High School Desegregation, 2/2/1959

Description of conditions one hour before Stratford School desegregation begins on 2/2/1959, n.d.
Conditions on first Day Stratford Junior High School Desegregation, 2/2/1959

Memo, Procedures for Admittance for Negro pupils to Stratford Junior High, 1/22/1959
Planned procedures for Stratford Junior High School Desegregation by Arlington County School Board for pupils, news personnel, authorized persons in area, police protection

Memo, Ray Reid Arlington Schools Superintendent to Newspapers, Magazines and Television about Press Coverage of Opening of School, 8/29/1958
Notice to News Media that they will not be admitted on opening day of any Arlington Schools which are integrating to protect safety and education of pupils

Memo from Stratford Junior High to Superintendent of Schools, 2/2/1959, 8 pages
Conditions on first Day Stratford Junior High School Desegregation, 2/2/1959

Description of conditions one hour before Stratford School desegregation begins on 2/2/1959, n.d.
Conditions on first Day Stratford Junior High School Desegregation, 2/2/1959

Letter to the Editor by Edmund Gibson, Reprint from Richmond News-Leader, 6/2/1958
The Life and Times of Arlington County, Critic of Progressive Education Chronicles a Remarkable Tale, anti-desegregation, Edmund Gibson, Defenders of State Sovereignty

Letter, Defenders of Sate Sovereignty and Individual Liberties to Stratford Student, 1/30/1959
Stratford Students urged to boycott school after admission of 4 Negro students

Letter,  Elizabeth Campbell to Editor Washington Post, n.d. 2 pages.
Behavior of individuals at Washington Lee Speech of Overstreets, Defenders of Individual Liberties, Mrs. Helen Lane, Arlington School Board