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|Creator:||Dombrowski, James A. (James Anderson), 1897-1983|
|Title:||Letter: New Orleans, Louisiana, to William H. Melish, Brooklyn, New York, 1963 January 15|
|Date:||1963 Jan. 15|
Image of the first page of a two-page letter from James Dombrowski to William Howard Melish. In this letter Dombrowski expresses frustration at the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) scheduling a fundraiser within a week of one scheduled by the Southern Conference Educational Fund (SCEF). Dombrowski also mentions that SNCC invited John Henry Faulk to speak at their event one week prior to the SCEF event. He writes, "[W]e are eager to insure that SNCC's party is a great success, but SNCC is certainly making it hard for us in this case."
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|Types:||Letters (correspondence) | StillImage|
|Subjects:||Dombrowski, James A. (James Anderson), 1897-1983 | Melish, William Howard, 1910- | Faulk, John Henry | Southern Conference Educational Fund | Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee (U.S.) | Associations, institutions, etc.--United States | Fund raising--New York (State)--New York | Civil rights workers--New York (State) | Social reformers--New York (State) | Clergy--New York (State) | Civil rights workers--Southern States | Civil rights movements--United States | Social reformers--Southern States | New Orleans (La.) | Orleans Parish (La.) | New York (N.Y.)|
|Collection:||Series 2515 : Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records Online, 1994-2006, Photographs|
|Institution:||Mississippi Department of Archives and History|
|Contributors:||Mississippi. Dept. of Archives and History|
|Online Publisher:||[Jackson (Miss.)] : Mississippi Dept. of Archives and History | 2002|
from Unfoldered Material (Pertains to Southern Conference Educational Fund, Inc.), Sovereignty Commission records, Mississippi Department of Archives and History
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Forms part of Series 2515 : Mississippi State Sovereignty Commission Records Online, 1994-2006
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