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March 1961

March 1961
March 1961
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Marshall, Burke, 1922-2003
BMPP-001-004
Burke Marshall Personal Papers. Assistant Attorney General Files, 1958-1965 (bulk 1961-1964). Chronological File, 1961-1965. March 1961
This series primarily contains carbon copies of outgoing letters sent from Burke Marshall’s office to colleagues and contemporaries, friends, the public, and other federal employees relating to the general activities and operations of the Department of Justice Civil Rights Division.
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