Letter from Permanent Committee for Better Schools in Harlem to Gov. Lehman

Letter from Lucile Spence, secretary of the Permanent Committee for Better Schools in Harlem, to Governor Herbert Lehman, 1937. The Committee urged the governor to support the work of the New York State Temporary Commission on the Condition of the Urban Colored Population, saying that only state action could publicize and address discrimination.
Date Original
December 18 1937
Permanent Committee for Better Schools in Harlem (author)
New York State Archives, New York (State). Governor (1933-1942 : Lehman). Central subject and correspondence files, 1933-1942. Series 13682-53, Box 100, Folder 24.
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