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Letter from B. Tartt Bell to Joseph Cox
February 7, 1957
B. Tartt Bell
Tartt Bell served as the executive secretary and director of the Southeast Region of the American Friends Service Committee (AFSC).
In this February 7, 1957 letter to Joseph J. Cox, B. Tartt Bell describes the segregated sleeping arrangements for an American Friends Service Committee conference at Guilford College, the objection of the participants, and alternative sleeping arrangements found by those objecting.
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Robert Frazier Papers
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