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Where the Enlightened Sociological Department Road Leads: The Fitful Romances Pictured in the Sheet Attached to This May Be Dismissed as of No Significance; Nothing But the Usual Do Anything for Publicity Characteristic of the Trash in Hollywood, Which Somehow Rises to the Glamorous Surface in That Place. But What of the Happy Social Commingling and Utopian Pleasure Exhibited in the Above Picture as Being Welcome in an Entirely Different Society in Our Midst ... : The Picture Along With a Supporting Article Entitled "Southerners Will Like Integration," Published in the Feb. 19th, 1955 Issue of the Saturday Evening Post, Is Given Wide Circulation, Notwithstanding the Magazine Should Know Perfectly Well That Neither the Article nor the Picture Reflects Even Remotely the Attitude of Southern Men and Women ... : Official Inquiry on This Point Is Certainly Not Far Off

Society for the Preservation of State Government and Racial Integrity (la)
Format
Book
Published
New Orleans, La. : Distributed by The Society for the Preservation of State Government and Racial Integrity, 1955.
Language
English
Related Title
Where shall we draw the line? Segregation or degeneration? The choice is yours.
What you can do as an individual to preserve white America.
Description
[3] leaves : ill. ; 34 x 22 cm.
Notes
  • The photograph on sheet [1] is reproduced from Sarah-Patton Boyle's article "Southerners will like integration." Text of sheet [1] in two columns.
  • Sheet [2] (2x x 22 cm.) has caption title on recto: "Where shall we draw the line? Segregation or degeneration? The choice is yours." Title on verso: "What you can do as an individual to preserve white America."
  • Sheet [3] (9 x 13 cm.) reproduces a photograph with caption: "The NAACP receives a gift of $75,000 from the Philip Murray Memorial Foundation in New York ceremonies. Shown during the presentation, left to right, are Arthur Spingarn, NAACP president; Walter P. Reuther, CIO president, and Roy Wilkins, NAACP administrator."
  • Accompanied by two application forms for membership in Society for the Preservation of State Government and Racial Integrity.
Local Notes
SPECIAL COLLECTIONS: Transferred from John Segar Gravatt Papers, MSS 11584.
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    a| Where the enlightened sociological department road leads : b| The fitful romances pictured in the sheet attached to this may be dismissed as of no significance; nothing but the usual do anything for publicity characteristic of the trash in Hollywood, which somehow rises to the glamorous surface in that place. But what of the happy social commingling and utopian pleasure exhibited in the above picture as being welcome in an entirely different society in our midst ... : The picture along with a supporting article entitled "Southerners will like integration," published in the Feb. 19th, 1955 issue of the Saturday Evening Post, is given wide circulation, notwithstanding the magazine should know perfectly well that neither the article nor the picture reflects even remotely the attitude of Southern men and women ... : Official inquiry on this point is certainly not far off.
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