Letter from Winthrop C. Libby to Harold Westerman on Recruitment of the Maine Black Communities to the University of Maine
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A letter from Winthrop Libby, University of Maine President, to Harold Westerman, Director of Physical Education and Athletics, on the recruitment of members of the Maine Black community to the University of Maine. UMaine Chancellor Donald McNeil gave Timothy Wilson, football coach at UMaine a leadership role in recruiting Black students.
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Libby, Winthrop C., "Letter from Winthrop C. Libby to Harold Westerman on Recruitment of the Maine Black Communities to the University of Maine" (1973). University of Maine Racial Justice Collection. 97.
Scanned from items in the Office Of The President (University Of Maine) Records, UA RG 0003.007, Box 78, Folder 14.