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May 30, 1961 Letters

Letter dated May 30, 1961 from Whitney Young to Frank Reeves, Assistant to the President, with carbon copy of letter (5/30/61) to Abraham Ribbicoff, Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare, recommending several "knowledgeable, experienced and outstanding Negro professionals in the field of welfare" for possible appointments within HEW or as consultants to the department -- plus letter (also 5/30/61) to David Hackett, Office of the Attorney General, with additional recommendations for delinquency project.

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May 30, 1961

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