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Letter from Alberta Jackson, Secretary of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People- Central Maine branch, on December 13, 1962 addressed to the President to the University of Maine, Lloyd H. Elliott, on the anti-discrimination policies in regards to admissions, social activities, and sororities and fraternities. President Elliott responded to Alberta Jackson on January 2, 1963 stating that the University had implemented policies to end discrimination on campus and related institutions, such as sororities and fraternities.
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Jackson, Alberta and Elliott, Lloyd H., "Correspondence between Alberta Jackson and President Lloyd H. Elliott on University of Maine Anti-Discrimination Policies" (1962). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 104.