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Legislative background papers, 1964: February-April and undated

Legislative background papers, 1964: February-April and undated
1964: 1 February-29 April, undated
142 digital pages
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Marshall, Burke, 1922-2003
BMPP-029-001
Burke Marshall Personal Papers. Assistant Attorney General Files, 1958-1965 (bulk 1961-1964). Civil Rights Act of 1964. Legislative background papers, 1964: February-April and undated
This series contains correspondence, legal documents, background materials, reports and other materials relating to Burke Marshall’s work on the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Note that upon review by archival staff in December 2007, the folders were found to be in their original, unorganized order and were arranged alphabetically for ease of research. See also Series 2. IBM Office Files.
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