Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

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This letter was written by George M. Modlin, President of the University of Richmond, and sent to Dr. W. C. James on May 26, 1952. Modlin wrote to James in response to the latter’s previous letter regarding a "'raid' by about a hundred of our…

This letter was sent from George M. Modlin, the President of the University of Richmond, to Peter R. Neal, an alumnus of the university, on June 22, 1968. Modlin wrote to Neal in response to the latter’s May 22, 1968 letter regarding a survey on…

This document is a letter from George M. Modlin, the President at the University of Richmond, to Lillian M. Weaver, the Chairman of the Commission on Democracy in the Schools, that was sent on September 24, 1951. This letter was sent in response to…

This letter was sent on April 22, 1949, from George M. Modlin, the President of the University of Richmond, to Morgan W. Strother of the W. Fred Richardson Security Storage Corporation. This letter was sent one day after Strother’s letter regarding…

This letter was sent on July 8, 1949, by George M. Modlin, the President of the University of Richmond, to Charles H. Hamilton, the City Editor of the Richmond News Leader. This letter was sent in response to Hamilton’s letter requesting a…

This document is a letter that was sent on March 13, 1967, from President George M. Modlin to Benjamin Berkofsky. It was written in response to a letter Berkofsky previously sent. In his original letter, Berkofsky claimed that the university’s…

In this letter sent on January 13, 1956, President George M. Modlin wrote to H. I. Willott, the Superintendent of Richmond City Schools, and W. T. Sanger, the President of the Medical College of Virginia. According to Modlin, this letter was in…

This document is a letter in response to Daniel H. Kruger’s August 22, 1967 letter to President George M. Modlin. In this letter, Modlin stated that there is no quota for Jewish students at Westhampton College or at the University of Richmond.…

This document is a letter from President George M. Modlin to the University of Virginia School of Law Dean F. D. G Ribble that was sent on February 15, 1952. This letter was sent in response to the "Report and Resolution on racial discrimination," in…

Miss Jane Pope, the Secretary to President Modlin, sent the first of these letters on April 11, 1968, to reply to Dr. William Alexander Simpson's letter and explain that Dr. Modlin had been traveling for weeks and had not yet had time to write his…
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