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Journal of Human Relations Desegregation and Open Occupancy Trends in Housing, Fall 1954

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Gilder Lehrman Collection #: GLC09640.096 Author/Creator: Journal of Human Relations Place Written: Wilberforce, Ohio Type: Pamphlet Date: 1954 Pagination: 10 p. ; 24 x 15.3 cm.

One pamphlet entitled "Desegregation and Open Occupancy Trends in Housing," by B.T. McGraw printed in 1954 by Journal of Human Relations. Topics included: equal opportunity in urban planning; housing; finance; statistics of state and local legislation proposed to forbid segregation in housing; action taken by federal agencies; local agencies; private housing agencies; public interest groups; and developing literature around the issue.

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