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Martin Luther King Scholarship


Higher Education | Race and Ethnicity | United States History



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Telegram from U.S. Senator Edmund S Muskie to UMaine President Winthrop C. Libby, sent February 11, 1971, with the contents from a telegram from Afro-American Society of Bowdoin College to Senator Edmund S Muskie. The telegram discusses the lack of recruitment of Black students and faculty amongst the University of Maine and the defunding of the Martin Luther King Scholarship.


Scanned from items in the Office Of The President (University Of Maine) Records, UA RG 0003.007, Box 78, Folder 14.


UA RG_0003_007_b0078_f14_05

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Telegram from Senator Edmund S Muskie to UMaine President Winthrop C. Libby



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