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[Letter from McNeill Smith to Chancellor Otis Singletary regarding disparate employment practices in Greensboro]
March 5, 1963
John McNeill Smith, Jr.
John McNiell Smith, Jr. (1918- ) practiced law in Greensboro from 1945 to 1998 and served in the NC House and Senate from 1970-1978.
In this two-page letter, prominent Greensboro attorney McNeill Smith describes the arguments opponents of employment desegregation could argue. He suggests the possibility of students at Greensboro colleges studying employment disparity by race in the city.
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Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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