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Ole Miss integration: James Meredith, 1961: 7 February-15 May

Ole Miss integration: James Meredith, 1961: 7 February-15 May
1961: 26 January-15 May, undated
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Marshall, Burke, 1922-2003
BMPP-020-007
Burke Marshall Personal Papers. Assistant Attorney General Files, 1958-1965 (bulk 1961-1964). Mississippi File, 1961-1964. Ole Miss integration: James Meredith, 1961: 7 February-15 May
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