[Clipping: Dr. Rippy To Speak on Integration]

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Clipping of an article entitled "Dr. Rippy To Speak on Integration," Dr. Rippy, the president of the Dallas School Board, states his opinions on the topic on the integration of schools during the meeting that was sponsored by the Texas Commission of Race Relations and the Dallas Citizens' Interracial Association. Other people who were present at the meeting include Dr. Frederick Routh, Dr. Jerome Crossman, Mrs. James Crate, John E. Mitchell Jr., Mayor R.L. Thornton, and others. The main motive of the meeting was to improve race relations among various racial groups.

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1 clipping ; 22 x 5 cm.

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Creator: Unknown. [1950..1970].

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Clipping of an article entitled "Dr. Rippy To Speak on Integration," Dr. Rippy, the president of the Dallas School Board, states his opinions on the topic on the integration of schools during the meeting that was sponsored by the Texas Commission of Race Relations and the Dallas Citizens' Interracial Association. Other people who were present at the meeting include Dr. Frederick Routh, Dr. Jerome Crossman, Mrs. James Crate, John E. Mitchell Jr., Mayor R.L. Thornton, and others. The main motive of the meeting was to improve race relations among various racial groups.

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1 clipping ; 22 x 5 cm.

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  • "Dr. Rippy To Speak on Integration," Dallas, TX

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  • Preferred Citation: Dallas Citizen's Interracial Association Records (AR0099), University of North Texas Special Collections

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Dallas Citizen's Interracial Association Records

Newspaper clippings, correspondence, and documents highlighting housing development, infrastructure, and integration issues in Dallas in the 1950s and 1960s.

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  • [1950..1970]

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[Clipping: Dr. Rippy To Speak on Integration], clipping, [1950..1970]; (https://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc1835825/: accessed February 26, 2024), University of North Texas Libraries, UNT Digital Library, https://digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Special Collections.

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