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Correspondence sent to Justice Terrell from citizens on the general topic of segregation including correspondents expressing satisfaction with Terrell for publicly speaking on and ruling in favor of decisions upholding segregation. Specifically, some correspondence centers around Terrell's role in preventing Virgil Hawkins from attending the University of Law School in the case State Ex. Rel. Virgil Hawkins V. Florida Board of Control. This material was sent to, or generated by Justice Glenn Terrell during his time in office, May 15, 1923- January 12, 1964.
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