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Williams, Clanton W. (Clanton Ware), 1904-1975. Correspondence between Wilson Andrew Lede, Jr. and Clanton W. Williams, concerning courses in radio and television engineering - Page 1. August 10 - 16, 1956. Special Collections, University of Houston Libraries. University of Houston Digital Library. Web. November 12, 2019. https://digital.lib.uh.edu/collection/integ/item/24/show/21.

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Title Correspondence between Wilson Andrew Lede, Jr. and Clanton W. Williams, concerning courses in radio and television engineering
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  • Williams, Clanton W. (Clanton Ware), 1904-1975
Creator (Local)
  • Lede, Wilson Andrew, Jr.
Date August 10 - 16, 1956
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  • Segregation in higher education--United States
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  • University of Houston
  • Williams, Clanton W. (Clanton Ware), 1904-1975
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  • Lede, Wilson Andrew, Jr.
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Transcript August 16, 1956 Mr. Wilson Andrew Lede, Jr. 337 South Shattuck Street ake Charles, Louisiana r Dear Mr. Lede: Thank you for your recent inquiry about our courses in Radio and Television Engineering which has been referred to me for reply. In reply to your question as to /hether the University of Houston does accept Negro students- I must report that the matter of desegregation is currently a subject of serious study on the part of the University and its Board of Regents. To date no Negro has been admitted to the University of Houston, and it appears likely that desegregation at the graduate level will be preliminary to admission of undergraduate Negro students in such colleges as Technology. Yours very truly, Clanton W. Williams ekr