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|Title:||Bailey in Memphis, Tennessee to Orgill, Edmund in Memphis, Tennessee|
|Date:||1956 Feb. 16|
Letter written February 16, 1956 to Edmund Orgill, mayor of Memphis, Tennessee by a Mrs. Bailey. In the letter, Mrs. Bailey refuses to address the mayor as "mister" because she believes he stands for integration. She encourages him to stand up for the white citizens of the United States. The letter was written in response to Mayor Orgill's request for citizen comment on putting an African American on the board of John Gaston Hospital.
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|Subjects:||Orgill, Edmund | Mayors--Tennessee--Memphis | Civic leaders--Tennessee--Memphis | Memphis (Tenn.)--Politics and government | Memphis (Tenn.)--Race relations | Race relations | Race discrimination--Tennessee--Memphis | Hospital trustees--Tennessee--Memphis | Racism--Tennessee--Memphis | African Americans--Tennessee--Memphis | Women, White--Tennessee--Memphis | Memphis (Tenn.) | Shelby County (Tenn.)|
|Collection:||Institution:||Memphis Public Library's Memphis and Shelby County Room||Contributors:||Memphis Public Library. Memphis and Shelby County Room||Online Publisher:||Knoxville, Tenn. : Volunteer Voices in association with the Memphis Public Library | 2007-07-12||Original Material:|
Edmund Orgill Papers, Memphis Public Library, Memphis, Tennessee
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