Martin Luther King Scholarship
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A letter from Ronald Banks, Assistant to President Winthrop C. Libby, to John Bynoe, Regional Civil Rights Director, on addressing specifics on recommendations suggested by the Civil Rights committee that came to the University of Maine. The letter mentions the Martin Luther King Scholarship to recruit minority groups to the University of Maine.
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Banks, Ronald F., "Letter from Ronald Banks to John Bynoe on Recommendations for Minority Students" (1968). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 106.