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[Letter from Richard G. Apple to Chancellor Singletary]
March 28, 1963
Richard G. Apple
Richard Apple was the owner of the Do-Nut Dinnette (also known as Apple House Restaurant), a segregated restaurant on Tate Street, adjacent to the campus of Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC, now The University of North Carolina at Greensboro) in 1963.
In this March 28, 1963 letter to Chancellor Otis Singletary of the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina (WCUNC), Richard G. Apple informs the chancellor of his decision not to his decision not to desegregate his restaurant, located adjacent to the Woman's College campus. The reason Apple provides for this decision is to maintain identical policies for all four of his establishments in the city; he states that he might "consider" integration if it could be limited to the Tate Street location and to WCUNC students only. Apple was the owner of the Do-Nut Dinette, also known as the Apple House Restaurant.
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Chancellor Otis Arnold Singletary Records
The University of North Carolina at Greensboro
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