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- Rev. Joseph A. DeLaine Papers ca. 1918-2000
- Letter, 1971 Apr. 3, (Hollis, Long Island, N.Y.), Joseph A. DeLaine, Sr., to John Bolt Culbertson, (Greenville, S.C.)
- De Laine, Joseph A. (Joseph Armstrong), 1898-1974
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- African American clergy--New York (State)--New York
Clergy--New York (State)--New York
African Americans--Civil rights--South Carolina
Civil rights--South Carolina
African Americans--South Carolina
Civil rights workers--South Carolina--Greenville
African American civil rights workers--South Carolina
Civil rights movements--South Carolina
DeLaine, Joseph A. (Joseph Armstrong), 1898-1974--Correspondence
Culbertson, John Bolt, 1908-1983--Correspondence
- Culbertson, John Bolt, 1908-1983
De Laine, Joseph A. (Joseph Armstrong), 1898-1974
- United States, New York, New York County, New York, 40.7142691, -74.0059729
United States, South Carolina, Greenville County, Greenville, 34.85262, -82.39401
- letters (correspondence)
- Letter from Joseph A. DeLaine, Sr. of Hollis, Long Island, New York, to attorney John Bolt Culbertson in Greenville, South Carolina. In the letter, DeLaine accepts Culbertson's offer for free legal representation and asks about ways to avoid the humiliation of being arrested. DeLaine explains that he will be available for a hearing in the fall after he is retired and has moved to Charlotte, North Carolina, with his wife, to be near her family. DeLaine speculates that the police may play a trick on him when he returns to the state.
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- Legal size - 13439 - (Folder 15), Joseph Armstrong DeLaine papers, ca. 1918-2000, South Caroliniana Library, University of South Carolina, Columbus, South Carolina.
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- South Caroliniana Library