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KELSEY, David

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Atlanta, GA: Southern Regional Council, 1962. A4 paper. Printed recto and verso. Three-hole punch at left margin. Tiny bit of wear at corners. Else clean. (Item ID: 15130)

A single sheet reprinted article from a January 16, 1962 issue of The Wall Street Journal. Published by the Southern Regional Council, with permission as report No. L-31 (February 6, 1962). An article on early desegregation battles in Georgia, specifically Macon. Uncommon.



By This Author: KELSEY, David
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