Letter to Dean J.E. Fellows from President of the University of Oklahoma, George L. Cross, stating that Admissions is to "refuse admission to all Negroes..: 1948

Title

Letter to Dean J.E. Fellows from President of the University of Oklahoma, George L. Cross, stating that Admissions is to "refuse admission to all Negroes..: 1948

Description

Letter to Dean J.E. Fellows from President of the University of Oklahoma, George L. Cross, stating that Admissions is to "refuse admission to all Negroes..: 1948

Attorney General Mac Williamson directed the State Board of Regents to establish the Langston University School of Law, which would be located in the Oklahoma State Capitol Building.

Creator

George L. Cross, President of the University of Oklahoma

Source

Western History Collections, Cross Collection Box 34, Negroes

Date

February 2, 1948

Contributor

Born Digital items scanned and collected by the Carl Albert Congressional Research and Studies Center from the OU Daily Newspaper, Western History Collections, and the Oklahoma Historical Society for the Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher Dedication at Monnet Hall, September 26, 2019. Collected materials (with permission) will be exhibited on this website permanently.

Language

en

Type

text

Coverage

State of Oklahoma; Norman, Oklahoma; Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Washington, D.C.

Subject

Desegregation - Ada Lois Sipuel Fisher

Files

Discussion of Langston Law Schol Cross box 34 folder _006.pdf

Collection

Citation

George L. Cross, President of the University of Oklahoma, “Letter to Dean J.E. Fellows from President of the University of Oklahoma, George L. Cross, stating that Admissions is to "refuse admission to all Negroes..: 1948,” Carl Albert Center Human Rights Digital Archive Collection, accessed August 9, 2020, http://cachumanrightsarchive.com/items/show/3.

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