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Education - Negro Education Division - Director's Correspondence

Identifier: 012-06-014

Scope and Contents

This correspondence consists of letters, pamphlets and programs primarily relating to the Jeanes and Rosenwald funds during the years 1920-50, and teachers' workshops and the desegregation controversy during the 1950's. Included in the earlier correspondence are studies of Negro Education and its effectiveness in the southern states such as the Conference on Educational Problems of Special Cultural Groups held at Columbia University in 1949. In the later group are copies of the Supreme Court rulings concerning school segregation and letters and memos expressing views of various Georgia officials on the subject.


  • Created: 1920-1958


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The former correspondence is arranged by state, and represented are: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, North Carolina, and Oklahoma. The latter group is arranged chronologically and then alphabetically. The pamphlets, bulletins and other printed matter have been removed from the individual files in the second box and placed in new files at the end of the series.

Education - Negro Education Division - Director's Correspondence
Georgia Archives
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Part of the Georgia Archives Repository

5800 Jonesboro Rd
Morrow GA 30260 United States