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Gregory Gallo, Student Body President, University Of Wisconsin To Student Body President, Student Gov Ofc, University Of Mississippi, 29 September 1962, Gregory Gallo Sep 1962

Gregory Gallo, Student Body President, University Of Wisconsin To Student Body President, Student Gov Ofc, University Of Mississippi, 29 September 1962, Gregory Gallo

Telegrams to University affiliates

Gallo opposes Governor Ross Barnett's attempts to keep James Meredith from enrolling.


Mississippi Dekes To Omega Chi Chapter, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 29 September 1962, Delta Kappa Epsilon Sep 1962

Mississippi Dekes To Omega Chi Chapter, Delta Kappa Epsilon, 29 September 1962, Delta Kappa Epsilon

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram states a "large fed. force" is expected and asks for Southern volunteers.


Alpha Zeta Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order To Kappa Alpha House, 28 September 1962, Kappa Alpha Order. Alpha Zeta Chapter (College Of William And Mary) Sep 1962

Alpha Zeta Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order To Kappa Alpha House, 28 September 1962, Kappa Alpha Order. Alpha Zeta Chapter (College Of William And Mary)

Telegrams to University affiliates

William and Mary chapter of Kappa Alpha Order offers "aid in any capacity" to the Ole Miss chapter.


Unknown To Student Body, University Of Mississippi, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Unknown To Student Body, University Of Mississippi, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram reminding the students to emphasize the offer to pay Meredith's tuition through Harvard.


Mom And Dad To David D. Mason, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Mom And Dad To David D. Mason, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram advising Mason to "stay very much in the background" at the university


B. Barbrey To Student Body, University Of Mississippi, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

B. Barbrey To Student Body, University Of Mississippi, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown

Telegrams to University affiliates

Barbrey reminds the students to emphasize the offer to pay Meredith's tuition through Harvard.


Unsigned Gamma Rho Chapter Of Kappa Alpha Order To Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 28 September 1962, Kappa Alpha Order Sep 1962

Unsigned Gamma Rho Chapter Of Kappa Alpha Order To Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 28 September 1962, Kappa Alpha Order

Telegrams to University affiliates

The chapter from ECC offers support to "the South's last stand."


Phi Alpha Texas Rho To Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity House, 28 September 1962, Phi Alpha Rho (University Of Texas) Sep 1962

Phi Alpha Texas Rho To Sigma Alpha Epsilon Fraternity House, 28 September 1962, Phi Alpha Rho (University Of Texas)

Telegrams to University affiliates

The University of Texas chapter expresses support for the University of Mississippi chapter.


Kappa Alpha Order Gamma Pi Chapter To Kappa Alpha Order Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 28 September 1962, Kappa Alpha Order Sep 1962

Kappa Alpha Order Gamma Pi Chapter To Kappa Alpha Order Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 28 September 1962, Kappa Alpha Order

Telegrams to University affiliates

The Florida Southern chapter offers support for the Ole Miss chapter.


Jackie And Jim Pierce To Robert Ellis, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Jackie And Jim Pierce To Robert Ellis, 28 September 1962, Author Unknown

Telegrams to University affiliates

The Pierces express support fo Ellis and his service to the state.


Norman Mann To The President Of The Student Government Association, 28 September 1962, Norman Mann Sep 1962

Norman Mann To The President Of The Student Government Association, 28 September 1962, Norman Mann

Telegrams to University affiliates

Mann urges the students to be more visible in protesting Governor Ross Barnett's actions and take a stand to uphold the Constitution.


Brothers And Pledgee Of Gamma Gamma To Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 28 September 1962, Gamma Gamma Sep 1962

Brothers And Pledgee Of Gamma Gamma To Kappa Alpha Order, Alpha Upsilon Chapter, 28 September 1962, Gamma Gamma

Telegrams to University affiliates

The chapter at MSU pledges "support of 107 men and one police dog" to the South's cause.


We, The Undersigned Brothers And Associates, 28 September 1962, Beta Sigma Gamma Sep 1962

We, The Undersigned Brothers And Associates, 28 September 1962, Beta Sigma Gamma

Telegrams to University affiliates

Includes quote from Beta Sigma Gamma


Xi Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order To Kappa Alpha Fraternity House, University Of Mississippi, 27 September 1962, Xi Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order Sep 1962

Xi Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order To Kappa Alpha Fraternity House, University Of Mississippi, 27 September 1962, Xi Chapter, Kappa Alpha Order

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram supporting the University of Mississippi chapter and Governor Ross Barnett; mentions states' rights and Robert E. Lee.


Sigma Chapter Vanderbilt To Sigma Nu Fraternity, 27 September 1962, Sigma Nu (Vanderbilt University) Sep 1962

Sigma Chapter Vanderbilt To Sigma Nu Fraternity, 27 September 1962, Sigma Nu (Vanderbilt University)

Telegrams to University affiliates

The Vanderbilt chapter expresses support for the Ole Miss chapter and offers to "come fighting" to their side. Ends with the phrase "never a Negro Sigma Nu."


Norman Uphoff To University Of Mississippi, 27 September 1962, Norman Thomas Uphoff Sep 1962

Norman Uphoff To University Of Mississippi, 27 September 1962, Norman Thomas Uphoff

Telegrams to University affiliates

The University of Misnnesota Student Association Senate urges the university's student government to encourage Meredith's enrollment.


Mother To George Goodenow, 27 September 1962, Author Unknown Sep 1962

Mother To George Goodenow, 27 September 1962, Author Unknown

Telegrams to University affiliates

The sender insists Goodenow return home.


Joseph M. Mosby To J.D. Williams, 27 September 1962, Joseph M. Mosby Sep 1962

Joseph M. Mosby To J.D. Williams, 27 September 1962, Joseph M. Mosby

Telegrams to University affiliates

Lauderdale County Ole Miss Alumni passed a resolution asking Williams to keep the university open.


Harvey H. Hutchins To Robert Ellis, 27 September 1962, Harvey H. Hutchins Sep 1962

Harvey H. Hutchins To Robert Ellis, 27 September 1962, Harvey H. Hutchins

Telegrams to University affiliates

Hutchins discusses an injunction prohibiting university employees from admitting James Meredith.


Harvey H. Hutchins To J.D. Williams, 27 September 1962, Harvey H. Hutchins Sep 1962

Harvey H. Hutchins To J.D. Williams, 27 September 1962, Harvey H. Hutchins

Telegrams to University affiliates

Hutchins discusses an injunction prohibiting university employees from admitting James Meredith.


H.M. Ivy To Chancellor J.D. Williams, 26 September 1962, H. M. Ivy Sep 1962

H.M. Ivy To Chancellor J.D. Williams, 26 September 1962, H. M. Ivy

Telegrams to University affiliates

Ivy states that closing the university after the College Board is "forced to accept integration" would result in colleges and universities under the board's administration losing their accreditation.


Dr. William H. Ferguson To President, University Of Mississippi, 26 September 1962, William H. Ferguson Sep 1962

Dr. William H. Ferguson To President, University Of Mississippi, 26 September 1962, William H. Ferguson

Telegrams to University affiliates

Ferguson tells the recipient that "his actions in the attempted registration" of James Meredith is "unconstitutional and certainly unchristian."


St. Mary's College To Student Council, University Of Mississippi, Saint Mary's College (Notre Dame, Ind.) Sep 1962

St. Mary's College To Student Council, University Of Mississippi, Saint Mary's College (Notre Dame, Ind.)

Telegrams to University affiliates

St. Mary's College students urge University of Mississippi students to support James Meredith's enrollment in recognition of human rights.


John Morris To University Of Mississippi, 25 September 1962, John Morris Sep 1962

John Morris To University Of Mississippi, 25 September 1962, John Morris

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram congratulates the university on its "stand against racial integration."


Phil Zabriskie And Ted Bennett To Reverend Wofford Smith, 25 September 1962, Phil Zabriskie, Ted Bennett Sep 1962

Phil Zabriskie And Ted Bennett To Reverend Wofford Smith, 25 September 1962, Phil Zabriskie, Ted Bennett

Telegrams to University affiliates

Zabriskie and Bennett are thinking about Smith. They mention the situation in Oxford.


H.A. Fennerty, O.T. Harrington To Mississippi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, 25 September 1962, H. A. Fennerty, O. T. Harrington Sep 1962

H.A. Fennerty, O.T. Harrington To Mississippi Alpha Phi Delta Theta Fraternity, 25 September 1962, H. A. Fennerty, O. T. Harrington

Telegrams to University affiliates

Fraternity members in Louisiana urge the Mississipi chapter to rush James Meredith. They cite several reasons and "feel [he] will be compatible with members of Mississippi Alpha whom [they] have met."


Joe Woosley To Robert Ellis, 25 September 1962, Joe Woosley Sep 1962

Joe Woosley To Robert Ellis, 25 September 1962, Joe Woosley

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram consists of the phrase "non illigitimi carborundum."


Doris And Bo Murry To Chancellor John D. Williams, Dr. A.B. Lewis And Robert Ellis, 25 September 1962, Doris Murray, Bo Murray Sep 1962

Doris And Bo Murry To Chancellor John D. Williams, Dr. A.B. Lewis And Robert Ellis, 25 September 1962, Doris Murray, Bo Murray

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram supporting Williams, Lewis, and Ellis


Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, University, Mississippi To Ross Barnett, 25 September 1962, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, University, Mississippi Sep 1962

Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, University, Mississippi To Ross Barnett, 25 September 1962, Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, University, Mississippi

Telegrams to University affiliates

Telegram supporting Barnett


The Ole Miss [Canterbury?] Association, Reverend Wofford Smith To Chancellor J.D. Williams, 24 September 1962, Wofford K. Smith (1927-1990) Sep 1962

The Ole Miss [Canterbury?] Association, Reverend Wofford Smith To Chancellor J.D. Williams, 24 September 1962, Wofford K. Smith (1927-1990)

Telegrams to University affiliates

Message offering prayers and thoughts to Williams