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Memorandum by Harris Purks, October 7, 1954

In this memo, Vice President-Provost of the Consolidated University of North Carolina Harris Purks explored three approaches the UNC system could take towards desegregation. He noted that remaining desegregated would not be supported by the federal…

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Chancellor Carey Bostian to William Friday, February 29, 1956

In this letter, Chancellor Bostian asked Acting President of the UNC Consolidated University System, William Friday, for his advice. Bostian admitted that he was confused by Attorney General Rodman's instructions to take no further action regarding…

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Memorandum by William Friday, March 1, 1956

In this memo, dated March 1, 1956, Friday addressed Chancellor Bostian's concerns about processing the applications of African American students. Friday stated that, as per North Carolina Attorney General William Rodman's instructions, any African…

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Resolution of the Board of Trustees of the University of North Carolina system, adopted May 23, 1955

RESOLUTION ADOPTED BY BOARD OF TRUSTEES, MAY 23, 1955

The State of North Caroling having spent millions of dollars in providing adequate and equal educational facilities in the undergraduate departments of its institutions of higher learning for…

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Memorandum by Consolidated University of North Carolina President Gordon Gray, June 3, 1955

In this memo dated June 3, 1955 Gordon Gray, president of the Consolidated University of North Carolina system, requested the presidents of each of the three UNC schools review a draft of a form letter to African American students. The form letter…

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John W. Clark, member of the University of North Carolina Board of Trustees, to UNC Board of Trustee members, June 30, 1950

In this June 30, 1950 letter, John W. Clark, identified as a member of the Executive Committee of the University of North Carolina Board of Trustees, stated that the NC Attorney General expressed his support UNC's Board of Trustee's efforts to…

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