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President Durham Correspondence re: Martin Luther King at Arizona State University


Description Selected correspondence from two files of ASU President G. Homer Durham's papers regarding planning for and reaction to Dr. King's visit to ASU. Especially noteworthy is President Durham's June 4, 1964 letter to John G. Babbitt, President of the Arizona Board of Regents providing details about how the event was organized and his perceptions of Dr. King's presentation. On June 9th President Harvill of the University of Arizona wrote with a message of support and acknowledgement of King's previous appearances at that institution.
Created Date 1964
Subject Durham, G. Homer (George Homer), 1911-1985. / King, Martin Luther, Jr., 1929-1968. / Ragsdale, Lincoln Johnson, 1926-1995. / Harvill, Richard Anderson, 1905-
Type Text
Extent One PDF file: Fifteen pages.
Language English
Rights
Citation Office of the President Records, University Archives Arizona State University Libraries
Note Selected from Volume 819 and Volume 1113.
Collaborating Institutions ASU Library Arizona Collection
Additional Formats MODS / OAI Dublin Core / RIS


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