In the letter Washington provides a list of "capable and patriotic colored men and women whom you could call on for war work." Most of the people listed are educators at schools throughout the state. (This letter was written by the son of the...
A telegram to Governor Miller from the National Committee to Aid Victims of German Fascism supported by organizations of educators, physicians, and intellectuals numbering 400,000 and signed by Albert Wagenknecht, Executive Secretary. The telegram...
In the letter Lambert asks the governor to support state education by hiring more teachers; allowing local school boards and educators to control their systems; and cooperating "fully with the Federal Government to the mutual advantage of our State...
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