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  • Collection: Race and Segregation Collection
Villard urges Tumulty to end segregation and discrimination by "living up to the spirit of one's oath of office."
The Equity Congress of Greater New York expresses their protest of Wilson's support of segregation in the federal government.
Translation of an editorial from a German newspaper of Saint Louis, Missouri, referring to the Trotter incident and condoning segregation in the federal government.
Letter saying that the sentiment of the "Southern negroes" is not the same as Trotter's and sending blessings for Wilson's continued success.
Letter recounting an experience Rosenwald had with William M. Trotter, who said Rosenwald was inducing segregation in his attempts to build YMCA's for "colored men and boys" in American cities.
Letter regarding the Trotter incident and the custom of "appointing a negro the the office of Recorder of Deeds" in the District of Columbia.
Writer apologizes for Trotter’s conduct and says the races need to understand each other better.
Letter writer hints at harming Trotter if Wilson sends him to Baton Rouge.

John Skelton Williams asks Joseph E. Ralph why "white women and colored women were working together side by side" in the Bureau of Engraving and Printing.

Letter to the Attorney General of the U.S. suggesting that much information concerning the persecution of colored people can be obtained from the Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
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